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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THI IETHMIOG HERALD March 1971 Private sector must do more EDMONTON CP The i feeling that almost every Alberta legislature wound up problem should be handled by the budget debate Thursday the public night and into detailed study of department spending The debate lasted for 18 days and involved 30 in cluding eight Progressive Con servative opposition cabinet ministers and 13 Social Credit Final spoaker was Provin cial Treasurer who intends to retire at the end of the current his 23rd in the Aalborg said the lion budget will make it nS cessary for the province to do some direct borrowing but the cost of servicing the direct debt million in the 1971 72 fiscal year will still fat well below interest earnings ol million on government in Notijg the current fisca year ends March he sug gested the legislature stream line its proceedings and get into department estimates ear The provincial treasurer said he is concerned with ever increasing demands by society on governments and a growing Taxes hiked for islanders CHARLOTTETOWN CP Higher sales and personal in come taxes were announced for Piince Edward Islanders Thurs day when the Liberal govern ment presented a deficit budget to the Treasurer Earle Hickey said the sales tax would be in creased to eight per cent from seven effective midnight Thurs The personal income tax rate will jump five percentage points to 33 per cent effective July Hickey estimated the gov ernment would incur a deficit of in the fiscal year end ing March The higher sales tax will pro vide a additional in revenue while the income tax increase would add Wins million API Ed ward a 40yearold tele phone company is the first million winner in New Jerseys new He will receive a year for 20 Henry is married and the father of and his expects to give birth to their third next One result had been that tlw provinces budget has in creased from 414 million 1964 to the current The private sector must d more to meet the needs of th he PAItKS Ed tenoit SC Okotoks High River suggested a million dollars be taken out o the education budget and spen on parks Eiiuca which will get about 3 per cent of the budget in 1971 wouldnt miss a few mi he Education Minister Rober Clark said costs of the grades oneto12 system in Alberta has increased from million in 1961 to an esti mated million in The provincial governments contri bution has increased from million to million in the same period of Hugh Horner PC Lac Anne suggested district agriculturists extend their du ties into the fields of market inventory collecting am rural industrial INTEGRATION An integration of agricul tural colleges and community colleges was recommended by Leighton Buckwell SC Mac He said this would avoid duplicate Bill Yurko PC Strathcona East said the 117 inspectors responsible for controlling the use and disposal of agricul tural chemicals in the province should be trained to also look a f t e r air and water He said the agricultural chemi cals act should be transferred from the agriculture depart ment to the new department of the Canvassers launch drive MAGRATH HNS Ma grath Lutheran Ladies Aid is conducting the Bed Cross drive in the Magrath Fifteen canvassers will be calling from now to the end of Their quota is which was reach ed last Marvin Hill mer is in charge of the pro Red Cross director Mat tin encourages all ot support his Bill a native son of is now branch man ager of the Red Cross at Cal CLUB 67 REGULAR DANCE March 20th 91 SCANDINAVIAN HALL 229 12th C Music by SINCLAIR ORCHESTRA Tickets at the door MEMBERS AND GUESTS Offtrack betting 4premature CALGARY CP The gen eral manager of the Calgary E x h i b i t i o n and Stampede board said Thursday it doesnt I appear that there will be off i track betting this year in Cal 1 gary and Bill Pratt was commenting on reports from Ottawa which termed a Western Can ada Racing Association pro posal to start offtrack betting in both cities as premature and not Calgary l was scheduled to open tub I shops April the day the as sociations thoroughbred rac ing season opened its 1971 1 schedule in We were all set to go This tiling has come as quite a The Calgary and Edmonton exhibition through their wholly owned race track operating West RARE P wifu of slain labor minister nfT brr late husband to Michael a p wha performed at Montreal Grivrr eld park The award was given for outstanding artistic Festival results Teachers praised MEMBERSHIP DEADLINE MARCH 31st You look great when was the last time someone said It to you and really meant It lets face it HAIR CAN DO A LOT FOR YOU In all of your WHY BE BALD Your choice with Escort Lifelike hs hs Quarnniaeui uie only iiditpiuru wuh a lifelike hair actually IcoKs like its growing out of your scalp SEEING IS Wear LIFELIKE 24 hours Ihrough all SIR ESCORT 101 1D1 Ptninouie Towen HI 7lh Avenue Alberta Phone 2638274 Tims WAIL ri3W FQfl FREE DETAILS i TOt SIS ESCORT 3 P 5M Bank BIdg Alblrtl T F ro FREE full details en 1 EC3RT wafcul obligation oil In f I NAME TABER HNS1 Highest marks Thursday at Tabers music festival were awarded to he festival Adjudicator for all piano Dorothy iad this to say It has been very wellorganized festival with some excellent talent es pecially among the j ounger Keep your eyes on these hree or four top mark win There is obviously some very good work going on in the iano teaching field here and ny hearty congratulations to hese Thursday results of Ihe Taber and isfrtcfMusic Festival follow LDS STAKE CENTRE CHAPEL Girls vocal Grade 1 Janice 83 Danetle Gorbich and hauna 82 marks Boys vocal Grade 1 Todd 83 and Paul Girls vocal Grade 2 Joyce 85 and Calhy Dodqe and Deb ie BS marks Boys vocal Grade 3Robert 81 and Richard Girls vocal Grade 3 Dianne E5 and Shelley ReNee Platf nd Anifa 83 marks oys vocal sob Grade 3 Bruce B4 and Francis Girls vocal 10 yean Joan Girls vccal years Kelly S5 Is1 folk 11 years and under 86 Kelly 85 9 to 11 open Joan 85 Girls vocal Grade 6 Crystal 86 and Connie 84 Boys vocal Grade 6 Ronnie and Barry COMMUNITY CENTRE BLUE ROOM Piano solo 11 years and under Ma an 87 Marlon Piano 12 years and under Pat ty 67 and Diane Piano 12 years end under Ma rian Parkinson and Healher 89 Lynda Derkson and Belsy 11 years and underMa rian Bfi and Heather Klas 65 12 years and underPatty Piano 10 years and under Jo anne 87 Jody Piano duet 10 years and under Keely McKibben and Patrick COMMUNITY CENTRE Flute D Sheryl Flute E Sherry 82 Camilla BO B flat clarinet C Susan 65 Laureen J B flat clarinet D Kathy B fist clarinet EGloria Jean Krlz 85 Ronda 84 Bass cannet Jackie 63 Bass clarinet E Sheila Krlszan Alto sax C Tom 96 Joanne 85 Alto sax D Sharon SJ Lau rel Lee 63 Aiio sat E Roberta Rachue W and Greg 82 LDS STAKE CENTRE CHAPEL School Grade 4 St Pat ricks Grade 3 Sandra 85 Boys vocal Grade 4 Tony Ronald 83 Girls vocal Grade 5 Joanne Jcdy Lynn 85 boys Grarfe Freddie El COMMUNITY CENTRE BLUE ROOM Piano 7 years and under Shart Lyn Feng and Kevin 89 Heather Piano 6 years and under Mona SB and Mandy Ivans and Kar en Piano solo V years and under Cin dy 6 Lois Bergen and Sandra COMMUNITY CENTRE Tenor sax E Lcren 0ee C Margaret Bassoon D Jim 87 French horn Roy 65 French horn D Scott B4 Barbara 82 Trumpet C Terry 83 Barbara Trumpet D Brenda 86 Bev erly Trumpet E Ehauna 83 Brad Trumpet C Psul 81 Trombone D Wayne 86 Trombone E Tracy Baritone E Robert COMMUNITY CENTRE Stags band May Mayers Myers Stage Band Euphonium B Joanne Trumpet Small i hall Junio James jodwmd ensemble Vaux High Saxophone Bass clarinet A Bronwyn B flat clarinet BTom 8fi Flute Vick BB COMMUNITY CENTRE BLUE ROOM Solo 15 years and un Rachel 63 Susan Solo 15 years and under Susan 82 Rachel 81 Contemporary Alberta 13 to IS years Rachel B4 Wendy 80 Bible reading 15 years and unden Jolayne Story 15 years and under Stephanie G5 bankers tour nation on business LONDON CP A group of stockbrokers and other businessmen representing finan cial interests here are to leave May 8 on a twoday tour of Can ada where they plan to round up more information on mvest m e n t opportunities involving Canadian natural The tour is to begin in Van After that it will include Toronto and The Britons will be meeting spokesmen for Canadian compa nies specializing in such fields as oil and The trip is being arranged by investment advisory firm of which consi Grain fund depleted I EDMONTON CP Al berta Agriculture Minister Henry Ruste said Thursday he has received no official docu ments on the federal govern ments proposed prairie grain stabilization plan and is con cerned it means less federal support for in a news said the principle of stabilizing the western grain industry is good because it is necessary for a itable western econo Ruste said the success of the proposed federal program will depend directly on the federal governments fi nancial They are saving around million a year by discontinuing the temporary wheat reserves he If they are simply shuffling these and other monies now being spent on the grains in we have not gained Ruste said the revised federal announced March 15 by Otto included some recommendations about an original plan proposed by Lang lasi For they agreed payment into the fund should be on the basis of two parts from the federal treasury and one part from grain producers as opposed to the original which called for equal contri butions from Ruste said Ottawa also agreed to the provinces sug gestion it should contribute to the stabhzation fund each year whether ot not it requiresthe The federal government de cided against Albertas sugges tion that it assume the costs of any losses in the grain but did decide that any such losses should be paid from the he This is an improvement on the original idea of carrying losses forward to future pools iers Canada British capital ive good outlet for the next LABOH CLUB A Corner 2nd and 13th Street North ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY J ANYTHING GOES Members and Invited Guests we are disappointed be but cause the fund will be depleted by grain pool End fee EDMONTON CP The current SI fee for copies of high school transcripts show ing students marks mil be eliminated April director of operational research for ihe department of education A fee will still be charged for each additional Dr Reid era Canada Racing Aswclation Sydney chief of race week outlined plans for two offtrack sites in both The the boards receiied approval from Benson plans ownership comment CP Fi nance Minister Benson said Wednesday his department will release a statement in the near future on foreign owner ship in He said he has deliberately avoided comment on foreign ownership until He said the finance minister can do a great deal of harm simply speaking of the problems of for eign ownership without offering viable He referred to what he said was the reported comment of Toronto publisher Jack Mc Clelland last Thursday that the Committee for an Independent Canada would try to oust Benson in his home riding of Kingston and the Islands unless the finance minister adopts a policy favoring Canadian inde cochairman of the has since de nied the Benson noted that the local chapter of the CIC had said it was pleased with Ottawa because the government had in dicated it will purchase Home Oil of Calgary to avoid a Dnited States Power plant announced at Canal Flats VICTORIA CP Power projects costing several hun dreds of millions of dollars were announced for British Co lumbia in the legislature Thurs Ray minister of forests and water re announced the pro jects to be completed over ihe next five years during debate on his departments spending The new he e The 9 generating plant to the Peace River project an other thermal plant on Burrard Inlet near Port Moody a plant on the Canal Flats area in the and two small fossilfuel plants on Vancouver Williston told the House t is the governments policy to get all the power it can on the provincial But at the same time he ruled out any form of nuclear power CUTS RATE FRANCISCO Reuter The Bank of the larg est in the United has joined Chase Manhattan Bank of New York as tile second major bank to reduce its prime lend ing rate by onehalf of one per cenl to 5 4 per cent Speech program by Stirling group STIRLING fHNS Talks arid stories were givsn by eight teenagers at the Mutual Im irovement Association speech Speech director Velda Hirsche was in In other Stirling the cubs and scouts were instruct ed in the use and misuse of guns by gun collector Alvin They were advised never to touch a gun unless su oervised by a responsible Members of the Mon Ame lub met at the home of Ruth President Dorothy Hir sche and secretary Eva Pen gilly gave out material for the members to use while collect ing for the Red Cross drive this The town has ex ceeded the goal for several QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Cnpitol Furnilure The University Piayers Present A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS by ROBERT BOLT YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE March 192021 at i Tickets available at Leisters Yales Box Office and j U of L English j STUDENTS SOt ADUtTS track supervision for the fed eral Harvey executive assistant to Agricul ture Minister told the boards of the governments position The whole matter of off track betting is currently un der review by Justice Minister John Turner and ihe provin cial attorneys At the the govesnment is not willing to treat one case bv it want to set up regula tions to cover parts of Can He said a such as the one made for re quires by law total supervision y the department of agricul At the the minis er does not have sufficient staff and facilities to supervise offtrack betting on a nation wide DISAPPOINTED In AttorneyGen eral Edgar Gerhart said he vas with the departments the offtrack betting Dniry buried VICTORIA CP Funeral service was held Thursday for enneth Charles prom inent British Columbia news laper who died Sunday after a brief He was Dniry started his news aper career with the Victoria Times before the First World He became editor of The Times in In he was appointed editor of the Vancouver News leaving to become as sistant to the publisher of the Vancouver Sun in He re ired the following mov ng back to his native He was a member of the Ca nadian Press for the Victoria Times 1936 and a CP di rector for the same Funeral service was at Christ plan was contingent upon the federal departments approval and both boards were negotiat ing Mith the department vilh that in He called it a shortsighted policy adding Alberta will continue to make further rep resentation on its point of Ottawa faces a difficulty In coming up with legislation gov errg offtrack betting that would be fair to all provinces because afferent provinces op erate horse racing in a differ ent Gerhart Albertas proposal was that any legislation brought in fo govern offtrack betting should leave it to the discretion of the provinces in much the sama w a y as lotteries are now gov he We were going along wilh offtrack betting at the in str of both the federal and provincial manager of adver tising and promotions for the Edmonton Exhibition Associa wanted a controlled situation regarding betting off The federal department of justice and the provincial attorneygenerals department were the ones and wce working together to swing the Edmonton Calgary off track betting shops as a Ca nadian Par tridge Ihurch Anglican Welfare burden WASHINGTON AP The government says seven of the 20 largest American cities lave more than one resident in 10 on welfare Boston leads the list with per cent of its population receiving pub lic assistance and New York is second with per Balti more had per Louis San Francisco and Philadelphia and Newark Weather and road report 48 ABOVE ZERO AT A SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET H LPre 42 20 38 17 41 19 31 11 37 22 36 26 41 28 39 17 45 21 40 31 ledicine Hat Ineher Creek 1eace River asper enticton George Vancouver Prince Albert 46 30 34 41 Fredericton 31 45 50 23 22 34 32 39 54 66 57 54 59 45 51 45 52 32 34 Chicago New San Diego San Francisco London Amsterdam FORECASTS LethbridgeMedidnc Hat Today Mainly Snow showers in a few localities during the Winds W20 and Lows Saturday Highs Columbia Sunny clouding over by mid Cloudy on Per iods of snow in the Columbia area by spreading to the east East Kootenay area in the Highs both days in the Lows tonight in the ALLISCHALMERS CHRYSLER POWER mm if Natural Gas Propane TjSf Electric Features Efficiency Durability Dependability Long Life ON DISPLAY IN OUR SHOWROOM GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY BOX 1252 PHONE 3273165 OFFICIAL AS AT TODAY COURTESV OF AMA AH highways In Uie are advised to watch for bridge district are bai e and fallen dry and in good winter driving I Banff Radium and Banff Jasper highways are bare and Highway Trans Canada in good I Calgary to Banff is bare and in good winter driving Crcston Salmo highway is mainly bare with a few slin Banff lo Golden is j pery Motorists are mostly hare with a few slippery Oolden to Revelstoke is mainly bare slippery and black ice Molor advised to watch for fallen and nvm and working two miles west of the PORTS or ENTRY Opening ann Clirfing Cmitts 21 hours Carway 9 to 6 Del Bonita 9 to G 9 to 6 24 hours PorthillRykerts 8 to Chief Mountain 8 to 5 ;