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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Juno 10, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HCRAtD 7 Named To Wale OTTAWA It. Vc- IcrccMi, 45, Kt Alia., lias I) cc n ccr.Iirnu'd chief of the inland waters brand', of llio energy. mines and rc.sourccs department. Me had served as tiding chief since last summer and previ- ous jobs included the SI. Law- rence Seaway and Columbia river development. Thurs. thru Sat. June II, 12 and 13 Perfect for patio, den, kitchen and bedroom. GRAIN IN TRADE ONLY HAS ITI 236 13ih St. M. Phono 328-2235 Main Street, Cocldale Phono 345-3272 CHANGING SKYLINc-The Christian Science Church Centre, now rising in Boston's Back Bay, will provide a focal point for new and existing church buildings sur- rounded by the changing skyline. Thousands of Chrislian Scientists are meeting this week at The Mother Church, left, while construction moves forward on the project designed for The First Church of Christ, Scientist. A new Sunday school, foreground, a 26-storey administration building, under cranes at far right, and a five-storey Collonnade Building adjoining the Christian Science Pub- lishing Society headquarters, beyond church tower, will be reflected in a pool on the central plaza. No Material Solutions To Today's Problems BOSTON Improvement iiir "Mankind's greatest conditions of poverty, crime, pollution and war and answers to the great questions of youth begin with the transform alien of human thought, some Christian Scientists attending the d e n o m i n a tion's annual meeting were told. "The present stale cf our world no matter how much it appears to be objectified out there is really but the evi- dence of the present state of human The Christian Science board of directors said in its amiual message read by its Chairman Clayton Bion Craig. MRS. PERDUE VA Ib. stcckburger on toasted bun, tomatoes, French fries, pickle slices, soup or juice and coffee. Bacon, iomcito, Ictfuce and pickle slices, soup or [uice and coffee. MEAT FIE Mashed potatoes, buttered Vegetables, lettuce, tomato, brown grow, roll and but- ler, soup or juice and coffee. the directors said, "always is for the spiritual enlightenment of human thinking." They em- phasized that there are no Those who attended the an- nual meeting saw a one-hour documentary film report show- ing how Christian Scientists in Africa, Great Britain, Europe, merely material solutions to lo- Asia, South America and ihc day's urgent problems aixl I United States are endeavoring urged that mankind "Individ- i to make a more meaningful ually reach out to the guiding intelligence cf man and the uni- verse to find the remedy for all cur national and interna- tional crises." The theme, "But What Can I was developed in a se- ries of meetings continuing through today. The directors' message call- ed upcn Christian Scientists to bring the spirit and practice of true Christianity to hear upon local acd world conditions. "AH the police forces in the world aren't enough lo stop the lawlessness and violence bent on destroying our society and the Directors said. "There are no federal, stale or local agencies that- can heal racial strife. All the money and food in the world isn't sufficient to permanently eliminate pov- i erty. Pollution will never dis- appear until the mental atti- .ttidcs which cause it change. j "With all these situations we j know we're dealing with states i of human consciousness, rather I than material conditions." j The message went on to say, "S3, if we would change the external conditions we must begin with the transfor- mation of human thought." Recalling that "Jesus lifted men's thought above tha plane of materialism into the realm j i of the the directors j asked, "Are we truly reaching out with ChriEtly compassion to help those in our community i whose need is I The directors, in emphasizing i the importance of individual j r e s p n s i b i 1 i t y in helping humanity said, "All cf us can't j go lo (he uttermost parts of the earth, but we can all do a bet- ter job letting our light shine right where we humanly arc- in our homes, in cm' busi- nesses, in our social and com- munity activities, and in our churches." Christian response to problems in their communities. Other meetings Tuesday and W. Collins, a resident of Bos- ton. Since 1963 Mr. Collins has been Publishers' Agent, trus- tees under the will of Mary Baker Eddy. jurors Queried BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) uuier iiieeunss lussuay mm D f d attor. Wednesday discussed specific problems in communities around the world and heard Christian Scientists from the Field describe ways in which they and their churches are working to meet the needs. Tuesday morning a panel of editors and correspondents from The Christian Science Monitor discussed the question, "What Are Society's Most Pressing Needs and What Do They Mean to Respond- ing with firsthand experiences was a group of Christian Scien- tists whose professional back- grounds include those of uni- versity president, ecologist, business executive, city coun- cillor, and worker in social and urban affairs: The new President of The First Church of Christ. Scien- tist, in Boston, Massachusetts, for the year 1970-71 is Clem CAPITOL THEATRE "A Nun at the Crossroads" Short Subjects Last Complete PARAMOUNT THEATRE "The Shirt Last Complete COLLEGE MALL CINEMA "Day of Short Last Complete Show: Thursday "Captain Nemo and the Undewater GREEN1 ACRES DRIVE-IN' "Journey to the Far Side of CO "Man Called One Complete TROPJCAL FRUIT SALAD PLATE Ripe banana, pineapple, peach halves, cottage :heesc, cinnamon toast, soup! or juke and coffee. TAKE-OUT SPECIAL FfSH rad ZELLER'S SKILLET RESTAURANT South Lethbridgc Shopping Centre on Mayor Magralh Drivo CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE COMIC" in color, starring Dick Van Dyke, Michsle Lee and Mickey Rooney. Wednesday, June 10. Show at p.m. Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "EASY RIDER" starring Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper. Wednesday and Thursday, June 10 and 11. Wednesday shows at and p.m. Restricted adult No one under 18 years admitted. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "HELL'S BELLES" in color, starring Jeremy Slate, Adam Roarke and Jocclyn Lane. Wednesday, June 10. Show at p.m. Adult. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theafre "OLIVER" in technicolor, starring Ron Moody, Oliver Rccd and Shani Wallis. Winner of six Academy Awards. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 10, 11, 12 and 13. Wednesday show at p.m. Family. TABER Tower Theafre "THE LIBERTINE" in color, starring Catherine Spaak and Jean-Louis Trinlignant. Wednesday, June 10. Shows at and p.m. iicslriclcd adult. Get more out of life Tnka Hie family lo a movio neys questioned prospective jurors in distinct court here for the first-degree murder trial of 27-year-old Archie Warwick. The former Montana State University football player is ac- cused in connection with the beating death cf Roberta "Bob- bi" Clark in 1931. She was a Kalispell school teacher. Relatives of the victim were among about GO persons in the courtroom Monday as jury se- lection began. Warwick was ar- rested in Seattle last year. J OTTAWA (CP) Canada's tax system should give more in- centives to business to develop Canada's potential fully and not ccr.ceni itself uraluly with redis- tribution of wealth, the Cana- dian Chamber of Commerce told a Commons committee Tuesday. Frank S. Capon, chairman of Ihc chamber's reform- com- mittee, said that if business is given a free hand, it will de- velop the real wealth of the cour.try and natural forces ill tlie economy will see that in- comes are properly distributed. The chamber's brief to the Commons finance committee, studying the government's white paper proposals for Iii- co-me Tax Act revision, said maximum tax rates of 50 per cent should be a cornerstone of tax law. It also said that only .short- term capital gains should be treated as normal income for tax purposes, and any profits earned on investments held for more than three years should bo taxed at louer rates. SHOULD BE PASSED OX The brief taid credit tor all corporation taxes should be passed on to corporation share- holders as an offset against their personal income taxes. The chamber would abolish the while paper's distinction be- tween closely-held and widely- owned corporations. The government proposes to allow shareholders in widely- held companies credit for only half the corporation taxes paid. MONTREAL (CP) Subsi- dies paid to railways to dis- charge obligations imposed on them by government have been reduced by since 1967, J. W. Pickersgill, presi- dent of the Canadian transport commission, said tod-ay. Mr. Pickersgill told the Cana- dian Manufacturers' Association "the railways have been able to survive this massive reduction in subsidy in three years be- cause of the freedom they have had lo adjust rates and meet competition." The former Liberal transport minister said a main reason for the new nalional transportation policy of 19C7 was that the rail- ways bzd to be paid yearly in subsidies. In return for tha freedom to set most their own rates, the subsidies were to be reduced at the annual rate of The subsidy for 1970 was down to But because the National Transportation Act r e q u i r e s government to pay the railways to maintain uneconomic passen- ger services and branch lines, payments to the railways "will almost certainly rise above next Mr. Pickersgill said. The only way to keep the pay- ments to the under control and to make further reductions was to get rid of uneconomic services and facilities. Mr. Pickersgill said the trans- port commission Is engaged in this process "which is going to he painful in the short run, but highly beneficial to the public and the treasury in the long Mr. Capon defended UK full credit to shareholders for taxes paid by their corporations as a taxes on both piofils earned by Ihc company and the dividends paid to share- holders out of afti'r-to.N profits. He said ultimately he hopes (hat corporations would pay no sibility is "a lone way down the road." lie also said the t.ix system Is not the best way to redistribute incomes, by taxing the rich and giving lo ihe pour. The more the country relied on the tax system to 'do so, the deeper it would get into trouble. In his view, Canada already had achieved a fail- distribution of incomes. He suggested the poverty group in Canada is about one per cent of the total population. The National Geographic Soci- ety says scientists believe meteors shim into the earth's atmosphere daily. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC SUITE 8-304 5th St. S. Above National Store Phone 327-7244 Lethbridge ROSS HQSAK, C.D.M. PUBLIC 16 GAMES JACKPOT Lethbridge Elks Lodge Room (Upstairs) EVERY THURSDAY 8 P.M.____ i i i TONIGHT and THURSDAY J FAMILY A UNIVERSAL PICTURES LTD. PICTURE In COLOR HIT MAN CALLED GANNON" NO. 2 In Color with TONYJFRANCIOSA__ JACKPOT TODAY thru SAT. COULD SHE LEAVE HER WORLD OF PEACE TO RETURN TO THE WORLD OF VIOLENCE! 6 Rosanna Sehiaffino ffl JokRichardson A UMBM. RELEASE H COLOR Matines Daily p.m. Plus CARTOON AND FEATURETTE I TONIGHT and THURS. 1 At and p.m. THIS STORY IS CENTRED AROUND THE MURDER TRIAL OF DR. SAM SHEPPARD WITHTHE UNINHIBITED SEVENTIES COMES RESTRICTED ADULT f COMING I NEXT 0 IN COLOR HAROLD ROBBINS' 'STILETTO' ESt f JTD THE UNDERWATER CITY Inspired by JULES VERNE Matinee Thursday at p.m. STARTS TOMORROW OLLEGE EM A COLLEGE MAIL 'PtiONE 328-6300 IAST TIMES TONIGHT 'DAY OF ANGER with LEE VAN CIEEF ____ l'IM'70 H IN COIOR IN COLOR ;