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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LtTHBRinGE HFRMt) Snlurtiny, Foliruclry 15, 1972 nay rulux Ic rues The tax column on cs -w Pension plan deadline nears B.v I. II. ASPKH i billions Is a deductible expense. iv ojiisulmne moves 'n M.IIH. of Ilirso ,-reulnlions ninv hr suim1 ;ILV joe-. perhaps il rmil'l ;iKi IUIIL; (HiTii.i.- ;i-.k I ho new eoi'pnnifc ami 1-011- lu'iU'Tif .iM'i In- vi'l- sii'iicr ,'if fairs mini-sir'- Ikbert comcil i'.1 i1 i Amlnis lo ;i lujk ;tl the uf liie i pi '..-v o1" ;in .Mr i; is inn! ralhfT a muckery i.l n1 (if culcrpriso cuncvpls. i f'Lh! UIKT- yon a rhnrlrr a .'Tin- for your Iiolidny i-y rule-. ;ih Olciwn i Irip.-. you will have- incl aiiiies "i i Kail Kamp.iki. t rica. vhnT of II agriniluiral cnpincoring fiivi- and sion, again under a comracl wilh Viali Stale University. in [o Af- in Ilic supcr- Llie post vising Iho contract production on 8.1 farms in Cassia, Miri- and Power countries. Idaho. In wanting lo 1w in- vohed tvJIJ] IJie Peace Corps oldest movement and young people. assistance ilr? relumed to foreign service. sending I be J'ivo years His molrer. 'Mrs Iria Wend. in Dcllii. India, where he nnd his linMliLT, Wood, developed programs of opera- live in Tulwr. (ion ami wporliuiHv for Peace His interest in foi'ciun travel Corps volunteers compatible, began when ho was a boy on lo India's priorities in apricul- a sheep ranch in Alhorla and rlevcbpmrm. R man was hired who hr.d been Mr. Imopeno H. a British in India for Wood, of Lay Ion, I'Uili, will many years. follow him (o I'ganria in about His slorirj; inspired Mr. a nicnth. accompanied by thrir Wood with a denre to see for-' youngest son, Marian J. Wood, eign countries. Tt. resulted in five years in India for Ihc Wood i.-: a leac'liur of Peace Corps and four years in elementary prados; she laueht Iran, under a ccnlract with English to nurses in India, and Utah Stale University, where expects to involved in either he had earned his bachelor of, teaching or voluntary m science in acnmomy, plant I Africa, breeding, and agnculmral en- -nic Wonds hnvo thlTc. gineenng. Mr. Wood's career began in children. Uohert. a civilian en- gineer with the Morris on-Knud- 1947 when he was from 1947 to pen Company in Vancouver, 3953 an and field-1 B.C.; Steven." at-siUinl lo !be man for a sir-rnr company in cily manager in eastern Iftobo. i Michigan; and Roper, in Ir.isi- Prom 'n k? an JD sales fur a John Milano, Ualy. which exports Deere and Caterpillar farm clothing from Nepal, India and machinery donk-r in Idaho.' Afffhanislan. Falls, Idaho. Wood has also studied His first foruiEn assiEnmcnt Asian history the "University was as n technical advisor in Tehran. He speaks Farsi and j agronomy and a grim! turn I rx-1 Hindi. He is a certified ski! tension in Iran, where he was' of Ihe Tnlermountain for two years head of the agri-: Instruclors Association in cultural UcAtlopmcnl program Lake City. Utah, and was In the state of KhuzisUn. formerly a licensed basoball From l'J5" 'n lie. rr.lurned j umpire. to the United Slates as county He has n brother. Gordon manager for lii- acncuVural Wood of Salt Lake City, and stabilization and conservation program (allotments and suh- tiro slslers. .Mrs. Yvonne Kill- lock and Mrs. Betty Mcphec, sidies) for the USDA in Madi-i both of Calgary- son County, Idaho. East Foundation cur-1 In 1958 he returned to Iran i rently has active programs in to train and advise Iranian five counti-ics in the Near East civil service personnel for the i and eight in Africa. It is a non- development anci implementa- political, non-sectarian organi- tion ol a national program of i za'-ion thai provides lechniral i properly management for the assisl'ance to developing ministry of agriculture of Ihe i and is supported almost; entirely by annual contribu- tions and legacies from thou- sands of Americans. INSURANCE LIABILITY 9 BONDS AUTO 9 FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES no. ESTAEtlSHED 1911 lower Floor 517 4lh Ave. S. Phone 357-1541 'wilh the uorkmtfs of the Tn- (L'rnalional Air A.s- Mirhiiion. This tvirlel of Llio urn-Id's aii- linos Ihings [nvtfy (iff! up :.s far ihc si'hc'diiled airlines Kor (iiir thinL'. thiTo's no tiling as a fOinpc'lifivc1 pricing policy. Coinpi'liCim in Ihc fares mar- kcl? KorgeL it. flu! .sonio can't for- ?ol il. More than I .CM Caua-j diaiif :l'3ii0il they Ind n taste; cf fri-e uiitenirise in (his licnlar intiiiftry last fall, they hooked flights on either' An; Canada or ROAC, for a jaunt 10 Kuropy and bnek at. rediiced fares. Some re- turn tickets went for around; SI fill. All ynu had to do was J liook at k'af-t three months in i advance1. J s r h e m wr.s widely known as [he Advance Piirchaso j I'lan. It c-ame about i when Ihe entire IATA structure j of priced fares appeared lo be about lo fall apart at the ?oams. The plan had so inuch appeal that customers didn't even mind the possibility of los-1 ing a hefty portion of their j fares if they had lo cancel out after booking. In fact, it was BOAC and Air Canada who did the cancelling out. Apparently,