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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HESAID Monday, December 6, 1971 police Slalf Arc fiiv.'inns ivaily IKTI-S- sary tuol> fnr officer.-'.' An FBI cur- reulJy in Lcthliridgi' I" instruct ing course thinks they are I'Yed Baswtt. special agcni "A police officer should allowed to defend his life against persons who would use veryone wi By .mi M.ViT.l .Slaff Writer citizens he Ls sworn to protect "A police officer should be allowed to carry a firearm in dialer of weapons In.ining; deadly weapons against him, lo! whenever or where ever he fur I hi' Bulk', Muntana, FBI I dcfonil the life nf a fellow po-: might be reasonably called to cilice said: I lice officer or the life of the Mr. Bassctt said. "If an experienced and well- i known police officer is instruct- ed to watch for a particular parson while on his off time, in his home community, he should be allowed to carry a gun. "A gun should not be used indiscriminately, but if the sit- uation arises a police officer should be allowed to defend men should have had a year to j himself. study the new act before its lilf a police officer is on his Lmuiemcntation. i own time ill a community J said it would take five for ihe new tax law to ttle down, get all the hugs He open in awe The scramble gc: into full swing when the government decided to use closure to rani its tax bill through Parliament. Chartered accountants are holding meetings and seminars across Canada in attempts to more fully understand the new. bill and its complexities. Pub- lic meetings arc being planned for LeUibridge in January and February to impart some of: the. knowledge grincd to busi- nessmen. "It's a whole new ball game." said business manager Re Thcro arc complex prob- 'understand- j lems, largely oa the corporate scene, which pose some very real traps and hurdles, ho said. Transitional rules are complex and where companies have been formed with financ- ing based on the old tax laws, there are going to be some problems. Actual application of the new tax is much more complex than the bill indicates, Mr. Parkyii said, and while a chartered accountant will be to find the answers, the average businessman is gohij plc-ti' change in forms, be sfid. outlining exemptions, are al- ready in the hands of employ- ers to be filled out by em- ployees. Where once there were two j pages to a return, there now I are four to six. a city accoun- tant said. To the average wage-earner, the T-l Short tax return next year will be about as easy to understand as this year's, said i few vears. Alan Bell of Thome Gunn j "o.ily time will really tell Hclliwell and Christenson. j about the ramifications of the The p.T.-on who invests in i new legislation.'' he said. the stock market is going to! Mr. Parkyn is on the public which is not his home, then the gun is not needed and should not be he said. Agent Bassett said there are few police officers who should not wear a gun. He said one group of law en- forcement officers not requir- ing guas are those who deal, with young, first time juven- ile offenders. "Probation officers dealing with recently released con- victs may require a gun. but only for their own he said. "It is difficult lo say why Little. "It's like giving a pa-j hau-lo keep better track of his j relations committee of the In- tient without a heart to a doc-J Irnn.saction? tor. He has to learn anatomy; some new all over again." much of the old tax to be at a loss, at least for a I police uniform regulations and designs seem to make the gun more readily available in the U.S., as compared with Cana- dian uniforms with holsters with flaps cover the gun. "One reason could be because many police officers in the Uni- Icd States have been shot and killed in the line of duty wher many many that the is going to have lo rely mainly on the chartered accountants to do his income and to conducl fairs Eoy Aklous. manager of H and R Block in Lethbridge. said many persons who for- merly did their own tax re- turns just throw up their arms and gel them done by professionals for perhaps the next, five years. may need stitute of Chcrlered Accoun- tants of Alberta. The Lethbridge and district CA organization, in conjunc- tion with the chamber of com- merce, is planning the public meetings for Lrthbridgp to dis- cuss the new law as it relates to the individual, capital gains, gains is going to cause some farmer and rancher, business rax return problems, Mr. Eell indicated, and property income, corpora- is business af-' hut nothing insurmountable. He I tions and the professional. Fur- has been advising some clients j flier details will be announced to take certain action before j when completed, the cr.d of the year in anticipa-i Co-ens and credit unions in lion of the new tax act. j this area are going to be af- Bch Parkyn of Young i fecled considerably by the new Parkyn McNali and Co. said I Wlut action they the government's decision to will be taking now7 is being de- use closure was appalling. He, lei-mined hut little has been said accountants and business- firmly established. they were not their own gun Bassett said. able lo reach in Mr. FBI special agent Fred Bassett demonstrates special gun skills. Farm marketing bill implementation likely in 1972 for poultry industry By T1IC SWIHAUT Staff Writer The proposed farm products marketing legislation, Bill C-176, is ready for the law books fol- lowing majority agreement by provincial agricult u r e minis- ters. Bill C-176 itself Is enabling 'When, a police officer draws of a legal entity to administer farm product marketing plans, if and when agreed to by pro- ducers at the provincial level. The provincial ministers of j House as early agriculture have asked for as-1 he said." surances thai the legislation; "This assurance removes all won't go ahead for all farm the validity of complaints by commodities, and these assur- the commodity groups (West- ances have been written into j ern Stock Growers Association the bill, according lo Bud 01-1 and Canadian Cattlemen's As- doesn't have any rights to set laws for the movement of farm goods within each province. He said there can be no move to put any commcdity under the umbrella of the bill until his gun it should only be when j that amount of force is re- quired to prevent a crime. "A police officer should be required to handle any situa- tion as he meets it. At times, j unfortunately, a gun is needed and he should be able to use it.! "A poorly trained police of- ficer, unable to properly use his I gun creates a hazard to the j communitv. individual citizens and himself. His lack of confi-1 fm, IQ'79 j and know how is likely to create more problems than it solves. j The Alberta Hearl Foundation (Mrs. Milton Wray. memoriums "A properly trainee, police of- j has set its 1972 campaign goal j and other local volunteers, ficer, who knows when and how I at s.moon for the province. At a meeting in Red Deer. son, federal minisler of agri- j socialion for example) which culture. In an interview Thursday.' be said. They had demanded j the support of (he majority of Mr. Olson said he would seek j exclusion of cattle. I the producers, consent of the House of Com-! He said the new amendment Also, any commodity must mons to amend the bill so that would make Ihe bill applicable initially it will apply only to! for establishment of a supply- al poultry and poultry products, i management system for poul- j which controls it. and from all "K the bill is passed by Par-' try and poultry products only, j marketing agencies within the Kament without this amerrl- i That segment of the agricul- i provinces before it can be la- ment, I will introduce it in thoitural industry actually pre-cipi-1 ken into a supply-management there is positive indication of receive support from a nation- f a r m marketing council Heart Foundation objective it as Ihe f ir s t! tated the legislation with a re- quesl for markeling assislance. I "Any olher commodity wouldn't be eligible for the sup- ply management system witn- oul an acl of Parliamenl or an amendment lo Ihe said Mr. Olson. i "If another commodity were i to be named by amendment to! C-17G. the provinces wouldj have hrd to agree to the mar-1 system. TAKE A GENTLE LAXATIVE From the makers of to use bis gun will create no problems and will he able to stop a lot of trouble without drawing his gun, his confidence will be apparent and a crim- inal will not want to challenge Mr. Bassett said. the Heart Foundation also bridge, changed Heart Sunday to Heart I Figures released for Ih- 1971 i system to be used.' campaign show Hc said consent of the Prov-i totalling S15.H6 from Lclb inces is necessary because un-1 I- i Employees FINE ARTS The House of Fine Arls, 409 5th St. S., opened Sunday with represent- ative paintings from Canadian and European Artists, llono Kajari, Mayor Andy Ander- son and Josef Kajari view samples of some of the original works on display. The Ka- jari's are the proprietors of file House of Fine Arl. Wayne decision upheld to coincide with Valen- tine's Day, Feb. M. For Lethbri-dge, Mrs. D. W. I Mcllullin was selected as cam- HrlJl ililVC paign chairman. She will be as- sistjed by Don Bossert, business j i i 'chairman. Airs. Robert Hirona- j llOJIClaV ka. publicity chairman, and j der the conslitution, the prov- j inces don't have any rights to set laws for the inter provin- j cial movement of agricultural' products (across j itcuiw-CKoeourt Also, the federal government! Take gcntle-actinff Mi Nature's remedy! is an laxative. For over 70 years, Nih, STAVFRESH PACK been giving folks pleasant, effective relief overnight Ni tonight tomorrow alright! Symphony I gets The Alberta Supreme Court has upheld a lower court deci- sion ordering the Letbbridge: Community College to pay i The Lcthbridge Symphony former t e a c h er Wayne C. j Association has been awarded a Wayne S4.9-10. grant from the provincial The amount was the balance J government. of salary owed Mr. Wayne in The grant was announced by his contract which was term-1 Horst Schmid. minister of cul- inated in April. Mr. Wayne took I hire, youth and recreation, court action in protest over his i The 50-member organization dismissal. 'is to use the grant in the The college had appealed the purchase or rental of equip- lower court decision 'a the Su- j ment, promotion of concert ac- preme Court. tivities, recruitment and travel Mr. Wayne was a teacher in of performers and admmistra- communication arts. I tion costs. Employees of the Letbbridge public school board will enjoy I a longer than usual Christ-1 mas holiday this year. The school board approved a motion to give all caretakers, maintenance personnel and of- fice employees 10 consecutive days off during the Christmas anil New Year's Period. The employees will make up the time by working an extra hour a day for 22 working days. With only three working days in the week between Christmas and New Year's, it was felt it would be more productive to j take 10 days off and make up the time later. I LITTLE SOAPS FOR LITTLE V-C I Colorful soap sets for good, clean fun and Christmas smiles. MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC BOUTIQUE COLLEGE MALL 328-1525 Many permits )_. The inspection and develop! Chamber offers full support ment department issued build- i T T r -n T o ing permits stalling i to LCI career s fair T eb. o I during November. I For the same month last The Lethbridge Chamber of year, in permits was Commerce voted unanimously Out of respect to the late MRS. AGNIETE VAN SETERS who passed away Dec. 5th, 1971 PRO MOTORS WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY TUESDAY, DEC. 7th issued with a 'million per-1 to become an mil for Ihe secondary sewage i Ireatmenl plant accounting for much of the total. Collegiate Institute. 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFIER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES INUTE UFFLER IPJSTA'.LATIOWa Phone 328-8134 6th Avenue South Ken Sauer, principal of LCI and featured speaker al the Wednesday luncheon meeting of the chamber told Hie mem- bers many students were not aware of the jobs available in LeUibridge. the requirements needed to get them or how to find til em. Mr. Sauer said a careers fair with exhibits and represcnta- lives nf all of the interested lo- cal business would help make i students aware of what was ae- i tually available, or might en- courage them to choose a ca- I reer if they are undecided. "Current plans hopefully in- volve at least SO business and about junior and senior high school students from the I-cthbridgc and said Mr. Sauer. Chamber president Terry Bland said the career fair would give LeUibridge busi- nessmen a perfect chance to encourage young persons to re- j main in Lcthbrider, rather: than look elsewhere for iobs. GIBSON TITANO VOX OVATION THOMAS HAGSTROM MUSICAL INSTRUMENT CLEARANCE! Prices ore now reduced on our entire stock of NEW and USED STUDENT and PROFESSIONAL INSTRUMENTS ACCORDIONS All s'zes from S29.SS UP 120 Bass Models from UP ORGANS Bcauliful Thomas Or- cfnns and Chord Organs. PRICED TO CUAR AMPLIFIERS Vox, Acetone, Arc ARE Att REDUCED. Solid Stale Models. From S39.50 "P GUITARS OVATION, GIBSON, HAGSTROM ARE Att GREATLY REDUCED DRUMS 9 ply sets wtth 4 pieces, Hi- Hot and cymbals. From S169 up P.A. Heads Columns and Used Guitars Greatly Reduced! ACCORDION COLLEGE LTD. S30-S St. S. Phone 327-7524 Be Sure to Support the Y's Men's Club Annual Doar-io-Door Dec. 6th lo Dec. 8th NUT DRIVE Storting al 6 p.m. MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY EVENENGS Y.M.C.A. LEADERS WILL ASSIST IN THIS YEARS DRIVE BE SURE TO LEAVE YOUR PORCH LIGHTS ON PER BOX .00 PROCEEDS TOWARD MAINTAINING Y.M.C.A. SERVICES ;