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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday July 10, 1971------ No new lax rules OTTAWA CP) The finance department has no intention of drafting new rules for taxing the approximately Cana- dians whose principal source of income is from investments. WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Machinery-Tractors-Trucks Industrial Scrap-Machinery-Demolition Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck Loads Carloadi Truck Scale! Magnet Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap is Our Business" The Canadian Press reported erroneously July 6 that the fi- nance department was planning such a step in wake o[ Ule tax change proposals announced June 18. Under current tax law, a cas ual stock market investor avoids lax on any trading profits if he does not make a business of investing. As pro- posed by Finance Minister E. J Benson after next Jan. 1, hal such capital gains will be taxed ai normal rates of personal in come tax. Taxpayers who make a busi ness or occupation of investing are required now to declar their capital gains as incom and all of these are taxed at ful income tax rates. And that's thj way it will stay. The lax question of what ar income receipts and what ar capital receipts will still have t be decided by the courts wher am' dispute arises. ALL POTENTIAL MOVIE STARS TAKE NOTICE! Savoir Faire Talent Agency Ltd. is now accepting applications for parts in the Cinema Centre Film Studio production PRIME CUT which will star Lee Marvin, 5.7 supporting actors. 20-30 bit part odors and approximately 500 extras be required. Shooting will iris place near Sirathmore ('.i hour from Calgary) and will commence Aug. 9. 1971, and will run for 52 days. Please mail one or more 8x10 photos and a resume (including phone number) for supporting and bit parts, onl a photo (any size) with a letter of information For extra parts toi Savoir Faire Talent Agency Ltd. 80IA 17th AVE. S.W., CALGARY, ALBERTA Deadline for applications for supporting and fait parts Is MONDAY, JULY 14, 191. I 'J Reliable sources in Ottawa ay that President Nixon, who arlier had been expected to isit Ottawa this October or No- ember, now is not likely to ome al least until early 1972 -if then. The reason given for the ap- larent collapse of Canadian PRESIDENT NIXON Count him ou hopes that Mr. Nixon wouli soon repay Prime Minister Tru dean's Washington visist o March 24-25, 1968 is a tight presidential shceriule Canadian officlas emphasize that no firm plans had been made for the visit, but the fall of 1971 was considered particu- larly favorable since this is an off-year for U.S. national elec- tions. 4 4 Charlie Shavers, 51, compo- ser arid trumpeter, died in New York with a last wish. He asked that his trumpet be bu- ried with his idol, Louis Arm- strong, who died Tuesday. Shavers was a New Yorker who composed several hit songs including Undecided and Pastel Blue. He was featured soloist with Tommy Dorsey's orchestra and led his own group through Europe. Alfred Dunhill, 75-year-old British businessman whose name is snynonymous with the vorld's pipe smokers and the obacco trade, died at his home in Hove, southern Enland. It was more than 60 years ago that Dunhill went to work or his father at a tiny loba- :onist's shop hi London's West End to start a career that was o make him a peer of the rade. Lord Thomson played Ihe role of international newspaper collector to the hilt in a humor- 'illed address to the Rotary 3ub of New York. "If any of you knows of a newspaper for sale, call me col- the Canadian-born pub- lisher told the service club dur- ing a luncheon speech in which fie reaffirmed his belief both in free expression and in free en- terprise. Malawi's chief of state, II. Kamzu Banda, became presi- dent for life as the highlight of the seventh anniversary of his country's independence. The constituion was amended last November to provide a life presidency for Banda the coun- try's political leader since be- fore it got independence from Britain in 1964. Brushy Mountain State Prison officials say James Earl Ray, the confessed slayer of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luth- er King Jr., is free to mingle with other prisoners of the maximum-security facility at Petros, Tenn. They said that (he 40-year-old Ray, serving a 99-year sentence for the mur- der of King, "will be allowed the same privileges as other prisoners." Since his arrest in London in June, 1968, Ray has been kept in isolation under tight security. LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFERS FALL SEMESTER PROGRAMS COMMENCING WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25th 1971 In the schools of O AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL BUSINESS EDUCATION EDUCATION CONTINUING EDUCATION NURSING EDUCATION LIBERAL EDUCATION SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION GENERAL AGRICULTURE Agricultural Mechanics Animal Science Agricultural Marketing and Finance Plant Science Soil Science Liberal Education subjects IRRIGATION TECHNOLOGY Drafting and Surveying Fluid Mechanics Farm Management and Finance Irrigation Development and Management Plant Science Soils and Drainage Liberal Education subjects Director: DR. R. D. CLARK SCHOOl OF BUSINESS EDUCATION Transfer and Pre-Employmerit Program! SECRETARIAL SCIENCE Major Processing Major Major Secretarial BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION YEAR I BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION YEAR II Data Processing Major Business Management Major Business Major Management Major Pre-nequisite Business Administration Year I Director: MR. D. R. MAISEY SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION ADULT UPGRADING PROGRAM GENERAL INTEREST COURSES BUSINESS EDUCATION COURSES Brochures aro available from the School of Continuing Education Directon MR. K. V. ROBIN SCHOOL OF NURSING EDUCATION OFFERS A TWO-YEAR PROGRAM DESIGNED 1. To educate students who, as graduates, are prepared to give patient-centred care in beginning staff positions. 2. To utilize scientific principles and skills requisite to giving direct care to patienls and developing on ethical responsibility to nursing. 3. To prepare graduates who will be eligible to qualify for the national registration examinations to become registered nurses. The program is open to male and female married or single. Director: SR. ANN MARIE CUMMINGS SCHOOL OF TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Technician Graphics Technology Engineering Technician FOOD SERVICES Cooking Technology INDUSTRIAL TRADES (6 week program) Director: F. B. McPHERSON SCHOOL OF LIBERAL EDUCATION COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY PREPARATION OUTDOOR RECREATION AND CONSERVATION EDUCATION Enforcement Education Resources Management Recreation and Youth Leadership Education COMMUNICATION ARTS Arts __Theatre LAW ENFORCEMENT SOCIAL COUNSELLING UNIVERSITY TRANSFER Director, MR. O. P, ALSTON NDP axe falls on Liberals REGINA (CP) The for- mer superintendent of wildlife with the department of mineral resources, W. A. Harfwell, lias been named acting deputy min- ister of the department. He replaces ,T. E. Weymark vho said earlier he was in- ormed by letter from the pre- mier's office not to report for ivork until further notice. Opposition leader Ross Thatcher said Mr. Weymark's ismissal was one of several n a "witchhunt" being carried ut by the NDP. The latest government em- ployee to be dismissed is B. J. Sierschenk, an employee of the underwriting branch of the Sas- catehewan Government Insur- ance Office and former chair- man of the highway traffic board. Premier Allan Blakeney has >een quoted as saying there are "about two dozen" politica appointments in jobs provide( >y the former Liberal govern- ment that likely will be dis missed. TV hearings OTTAWA (CP) The Cana dian Radio-Television Commis sion has scheduled six furthe application hearings this year including requests to operat second television services i western Manitoba, Saskatche wan and Central Alberta. Th Prairie hearings began Oct. 19 at Regina. FOR INFORMATION AND APPLICATION FORMS CONTACT THE DIRECTOR OF THE SCHOOl IN WHICH YOU ARE INTERESTED PHONE 327-2141 'jeep' Gladiator Bigger.jeetler For large campers or heavier toads CVW TO IBS, Test-Drive the extra go-power of 4-Wheel Drive UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd 3rd St. S. Phono 327-2805 Wovlco h MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY! ARE BARGAIN DAYS LIMITED QUANTITIES SHOP EARLY! SURF LAUNDRY DETERGENT 5 Ib. box. Reg. Woolco Price 1.57. SALE 1 UTTLE GIRLS- SKIRTS AND SCOOTER SKIRTS 100% bonded Acrylic, Cotton and Nylon Boucle styles. Sizes 4 to Reg. Woolco Price 1.68 to 1.86. SALE SAVE 1.06 to 3.06 CLOTHES BRUSH AND SHOE HORN SETS Many styles to choose from. Reg. Woolco Price .97 to 1.97 o SALE for WOOLCO BRAND FERTILIZER 7-7-7 Ezee Green for lawns, shrubs ond vegetables. 25 Ib. bog. Reg. Woo'ce SAll 1.26 LADIES' DRESS SANDALS With cork sole. Red, Beige or White. Sizes 5 to 10. Reg. Woolce Frice 4.64. SALE 3.97 SAVE 3-0' c PICNIC COOUR :apacitV- Reg. 18.88 SAIE I SAVADAY PAPER PLATES 32_9" waterproof dinner plates. Reg. Woolco Price .66. SALE POLY MAID CUPS 25-7. ounce hot drink cups. Reg. Woolco Price .37. SAIE CHEF'S SERVIETTES 400 napkins. 13" x IS'A" size. Reg. Woolco Price .91. SALE SAVE 3.46 SAMSON DOMINION MIXETTES 3 speed. Merlon beaters that are un- breakable, ejection button for easy cleaning. Avocado or Harvest Gold. One year guarantee. Reg. Woolco Price 11.95 SALE UTTLE BOYS' PLAY PANTS Denim, Drill and Cotton styles, Half boxer waist. Stripes or checks. 4 to 6x. Reg. Woolco Price 3.76. SALE S3 CHILDREN'S T-SHIRTS For boys and girls. Nylon and perrrra press Cotton styles. Short sleevst. Solid colors and stripes. Sizes 4 1o ox. Reg. Woolco Price 1.58 to 1.86. SAli 1.43 FROM THE SMOKE SHOPI NOVELTY PLASTIC MERMAIDS An Ideol decoration for your bathroom. Assorted colors. Reg. Woolco Price 2.50. SAIE 1.97 5 GAl. JERRY CANS Stable for hiking Ond fishing. "e0. Woolco Prft, j 97 2.22 SAVE 1.09 to 1.47 MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Permanently pressed. Short sleeves. Choose from a good selection of striped patterns. Sizes Reg. Woolco 3.59 to 3.97. SALE Pri' SAVE 1.43 2.50 MEN'S KNITTED SHIRTS 100% Acrylic. Fully washable. Navy, Red, White and Tan. Sites Reg. Woolco O VI A Price 4.87. SALE SUMMER JEWELLERY CLEARANCE Necklets, Ropes, Chokers, Earrings ond Bracelets. Reg, Woolco Price 2 for SALE 4 CAMERA DEPT. 8 TRACK TAPES Terrific assortment. Selection Include! Kitty Wells, Dionne Warwick, Rick Nelson, Lorelta Lynn and many more. YOUR CHOICE 3.99 Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.) Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.] Saturday 9 a.m. to p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;