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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, February 12, 1973 - THE LCTHBRIDGE HERALD - 3 Classy Willoiv Creek hoop aces Willow Creek Chinooks display trophi es won in the St. Mary's tournament at Cardston. Back row, from left, Cathy Cisar, Beth Corni.sh, Cindy Anderson, Joan De-Witt, Arlene Thompson, Mavis Pierce and coach Larry Burnett. Front row, from left, Nora Big Throat, Judy Erdman, Caroline MacOdrum, Paddy Derochie, Debby Quinlan and Janet Paulson. Miss Pierce was named most valuable player. They took second place honors in the recent Claresholrh tou rney. Raymond air cadets seek support By DELIA B. WOOLF Herald News Service RAYMOND - Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron 565 will seek more support from parents. Capt. Donald Bakken, commanding officer of the squadron, feels that without more support from parents the squadron will fold. Capt. Bakken expressed the need for cadets to take more responsibility in their work with the knowledge they have full support of parents. In keeping with this thinking, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cox have accepted the responsibility of effecting an organization of the parents. Weekly cadet drill is held each Wednesday at the junior high school. Fall-in tim,e has been changed from 7:30 to 7 p.m. each week. More cadets are needed to bring the squadron up to standard. The squadron is sponsored by the Raymond Lions Club. Second Lieutenant Kenneth Rasmussen is the administrative officer. Ryo Nagata is supplying officer, Mac Nishiyama, civilian instructor, representing the Lions, and Jon Ackroyd, chief instructor. Officer Ackroyd, a graduate of Squadron 565 as well as a scholarship award man, has a program of cadet activity drawn up to please any boy between the ages of 14 to 19. Any boy nearing his 14th birthday will be welcomed in the squadron. Some new uniforms are needed, these have been assured by the Alberta civilian committee working with-the Canadian Air Force. Non - commissioned officers for 565: W02 Richard McCoy, Flight-Sgt. Edward McCoy, Sgt. Michael Brooks, Cpl. Wade Al-Ired and Cpl. Allan Beeber. Taber board holds parley at Enchant school By ROSS GIBB Herald News Service TABER - For the first time on record, the Taber public school board held a regular meeting in a school, departing from the convention of meeting in the division's administration office. It was held in the Enchant school on invitation from the local parent-teacher association. Fifty parents and ratepayers saw the board in action,' for their first time. . The board considered and adopted a truancy policy for all junior and senior high schools in the division. It received reports on the provincial transportation study and on a labor relations seminar to be held at Calgary later in the month. The conciliation board award for the teachers' salary contract for southern Alberta (except cities) was presented. Notice was given of a meeting with the teachers' consultation comsuttee Feb. 19. The board voted to renew memberships in the Taber and Enchant chambers of commerce. It tabled action on the proposed sale of residential building lots in Taber and teacher- Continuing the effort to better inform the people through more board and local association discussions, trustees Marvin H. Torrie, chairman Heber I. Anderson, Ray B. Evanson and Mrs. Mary Cunningham were authorized to attend a meeting of the Chamberlain Parent-Teacher Association in the school at Grassy Lake. School superintendent James L. George spoke about the proposed 1973 school board budget, His talk exposed the financial bind anticipated. With costs continuing to rise at six per cent per year, revenues based on a declining student enrolment escalate at a slower rate. Mr. George noted 14 possible ways df reducing expenditures which Will be investigated before the budget is completed at the month-end. Principal Seigf ried Jabs thanked the board. Paul Ciesla drama group entertains FOREMOST (HNS) -The recent Foremost and District Home and School Association meeting enjoyed skits staged by the junior high drama department under Paul Ciesla. The group performed Silence Please, I Object and Hisses-and Kisses. The group hopes to venture into an evening of one act plays, possibly to be staged sometime in May. Honor, Charyk CLARESHOLM (Special) -The 34th annual Calgary district convention of the Alberta Teachers' Association honored John C. Charyk, principal of Hanna high' school, retiring at the end of the school year after 42 years as a teacher-administrator iw Alberta. Mrs. Killoran is noble grand CLARESHOLM (Special) -Mrs. Michael Killoran is the new noble grand of Foothill Rebekah Lodge 105. Other officers installed recently: Mrs. Grace Wilson, junior past noble grand; Mrs. F. C. Dersch, vice grand; Mrs. D. Petersen, recording secretary; Mrs. E. Mosley, financial secretary; Mrs. Cecil Ethering-ton, treasurer; Mrs. J. Reward, chaplain; Mrs. R. Weerstra, conductor; Mrs. W. Currie, warden; Mrs. Neil Stewart, right support of the noble grand; Mrs. Art Nelson, left 6upport of the noble grand; Miss D. Dickson, right support of the vice grand; Mrs. W. Collison, left support of the vice grand; Mrs. N. O'Neil, right scene support; Mrs. Dorothy Berg, left scene support; Mrs. W. Roos, colorbearer; Mrs. W. Penn, musician; Mrs. M. Baird, inner guard; Mrs. L. Pole, outer guard. Mrs. Grace Wilson welcomed Mrs. E. Jensen, district deputy president, and gave her a cheque for the United Nations pilgrimage for youth. Royal Purple visitor Order of the Royal Purple supreme ho nored royal lady Mabel long recently visited Picture Butte and Barons lodges. From left, honored royal lady Marjorie Watson of Picture Butte; the supreme honored royal la dy; and honored royal lady Marlene Philips of Barons. Mabel Long visit to Picture Butte inspires Barons, Picture Butte women PICTURE BUTTE - Supreme honored royal lady Mabel Long of Rosetown, Sask., recently visited the Order of the Royal Purple lodge 76 here, lodge 89 at Barons, the Elks club at Lethbridge, and visited Taber. Here, the meeting opened TRIM THE FAT OUT OF YOUR INCOME TAX We exercise your rights-* In making deductions, and reducing your faxes! Be* causa BLOCK knows faxes ___ inside-out, we'll make sura eJ&iiBiK you get every legitimate BETUIIIIS deduction-and maximum savings! Our service if quick, convenient and inexpensive. You'll be glad we got together. ------- OUAIANTCC lull �l�Ct 1171 We guarantee accurate preparation of every tax return. If we make any errors that cost you any penalty or in-terest, we will pay only that penalty or interest. "� HMadt&VBIC co- Canada's Largest Tax Service Wllh Over 6000 Offices In North America 815 3rd AVE. SO. 314 13th ST. NO. OPEN 9 A.M. - 9 P.M. WEEKDAYS, 9 - 5 SAT. Ph. 327-3712 OPEN TONIGHT - NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY with the drill team escorting Mrs. Long down the "garden of memories." At each chair she was presented with a flower which later was made into a corsage. The local lodge initiated a new member, Barbara Maclean. Mrs. Long gave a short address on the function and principals of the Order of Royal Purple. Fins were presented to past honored royal lady Margaret Shaw and Mrs. Femande Quin-nell for 25-year membership in the lodge. Fifteen - year pins were presented to past honored royal lady Wllma Green, Mrs. Margaret Deimuth, and Mrs. Mary Medve. At Barons the supreme lion-wed royal lady toured the Geni Gardens then went to tea at the home of Mrs. Mary Crow. At a banquet held in her honor she was presented with a crystal vase by exhalted ruler Hans Rutz of Barons Elks lodge 224. Honored royal lady Marlene Phillips presented a corsage from the oorp. In all her 54 visits this was only the fourth time the brother Elks were invited to attend. At the meeting following there were 55 guests from Fort Mac-leod, Granum, Pincher Creek and Lethbridge, as well as 27 Barons members. After a brief history of Barons, Mrs. Phillips gave her a spoon as a souvenir of her visit here. Mrs. Long also appeared on CJOC TV with Mrs. Phillips, district deputy Pat Deimuth, and Mrs. Marge Watson of Picture Butte. She toured Lethbridge and the University of Lethbridge campus. ANNUAL MEETING PINCHER CREEK (Special) - The Pincher Creek and District Savings and Credit Union Ltd. will hold its annual meeting and banquet Tuesday, Feb. 20, at 6:30 p.m. in the Pincher Creek Community Hall. FLYNN, TATE & CO. CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS 301 ' 302 Royal Bank Building MEDICINE HAT, ALBERTA wish to announce the opening of a branch office at the former ROYAL BANK BUILDING FOREMOST, ALBERTA Effective February 15th, 1973 This office will bo open on Thursdays from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Model Parliament FORT MACLEOD (Special) - Len Zoeteman, Grade 12 student at the F. P. Walshe High School debated at the Legislative Buildings at Edmonton. There were 75 involved in the Model Parliament, discussing imaginary bills. He scores! Goalie Garry Packham grins like the good sport he is. Timrrvy Isberg is probably grining too. He beat Garry with a clean shot to the corner during Minor Hockey Week action at Fort Macleod. Players and coaches had a lot of fun but parental support could have been better. Remedial teacher makes word study CRANBROOK (Special) - Cranbrook teacher since 1955, T. A. (Bill) Phillips is now an associate in the Educational Research Institute of British Columbia. He is currently the district intermediate teaching supervisor. Holder of a master's degree, he specializes in remedial reading and learning disability assessment. At present he is researching Grade 1 to 3 reading for a paper on "Words Your Children Use." The Research Institute pools .its practical findings on merits or criticisms of various approved experimental projects under trial in various schools. The Cranbrook school board recently contracted with Kim-berley school district for one-day-a-week service of Dr. R. G. Buddenhagen, its staff school psychologist. He will spend each Wednesday in Cranbrook schools on speech therapy sessions for children coping with this learning problem, and with their teachers, so that remedial work can continue through the school week. S-T-R-E-T-C-H AND SEW FABRICS 475 HOLIDAY VILLAGE Phone 328-7843 ENROLL NOW FOR FEBRUARY and MARCH CLASSES FREE DEMONSTRATION SAT., FEB. 17 3 to 4 p.m. Baby Cape with Hood Everyone Welcomel Start using the Government's own rules to save a bundle on income tax. Here's a perfectly legal way to use the Government's own rules to save on income tax.. The Government has a law that says in effect; "If you save now for your retirement, we'll let you pay as much as $4,000 into a registered retirement savings plan every year, and we'll let you knock it off your income". (It used to be S2.500, but this year the Government has upped it to S4,000. Some things are getting better.)  So you merely lower your taxable income by putting up to S4,000 in ' our registered retirement savings plan and don't pay the tax on it. Say you're self-employed, married, have two dependants under 16 years of age and earned sixteen thousand in 1972. Depending on the province you live in, your tax saving could amount to S 1.161 which is a bundle in any man's language. To top .it all off, the money you save can make more money. Essentially there arc four ways you can do this. "You can have us invest it in stocks. You can have us invest it for a guaranteed rate of interest. You can have us invest it in income *A0K FOR DETAILS AT PARTICIPATING BRANCHES producing bonds and mortgages. Or you can divide your money up using any combination of these three alternatives. The beauty of it is: You can actually control the combination as your needs change over the years. For instance you could invest in stocks for several years, for long-term growth. And ihen as you get closer to retirement, you might, want to switch to a guaranteed interest rate. And you can get your money out without paying a penalty. When, you eventually choose to withdraw it, you have to pay taxes on. it at that time, of course. But this is what's most important. You pay tax on your money when you decide to pay it. This means later, when you're likely in a lower tax bracket.. Tin's lias lead some to call this plan a tax shelter. One fellow we know plans to pay into it for several years, watch it grow, then take it out to replace .normal income while he lazes in Majorca, But let's face it, the real' benefit comes from leaving it in 'til. you retire. Moreover, we don't have a lot of salesmen out making calls, therefore you don't have to pay sales commissions. Thjs means, however, that you have to call us. Don't put it off. You can't deduct any deposits from your 1972 income after Thursday, March 1st. 1973. � If you've short of cash, talk to us about: a low cost loan. The interest is deductible from your taxable income so you'll still save a bundle. Make the rules work for you. Phone us now! 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