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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta fe. , GOOD FOOD COSTS LESS ILnTTUlfiZ 28 - THE IETHBRIDQE HER AID - Friday, March 30, 1973 Turner rules out June election Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA - Possibility of a June election being precipitated by a budget vote in the Commons on ccrpoate tax cuts faded Thursday when Finance Minister John Turner outlined his two-stage plan for dealing with the 1972 and 1973 tax changes. The non controversial provisions of the 1572 budget and the tax free transfer of the family farm to children upon a farmer's death, as set out in the 73 budget, will be submitted to the Commons Tuesday. Later, likely in May, the finance minister will submit to the house the corporate tax cuts on which the Liberal minority government could face defeat. Even if he brought that controversial provision before the house in April, government sources said today there was no way a vote could come before the easter recess of parliament. Commenting on the possible time table Mr. Turner said, "I never jump off my bridges until I come to them." CAREER OPPORTUNITIES SERVICE ADVISOR If you can meet and converse with the motoring public, we have an opportunity for a person who likes a challenge. Please send a resume of your qualifications to Nick Alvau, Service mgr. Ol Kino CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. P.O. BOX 1180, LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA PHONE 328-9271 SENIOR DRAFTSMAN A challenging opportunity is available for a senior draffs-man with the Division Office of Molson's Western Breweries Limited. The position requires a person with at least five years of drafting experience and who is adaptable 1o various types of design situations such as architectural, electrical, piping, etc. Reporting to the Drafting Supervisor, this position will be charged with providing all drawings necessary for assigned capital expenditure projects or plant and equipment modifications, Possession of an engineering technology diploma is a definite asset but is not mandatory. Salary will be commensurate with experience and ability and o full range of company benefit plans will be provided. Please reply In confidence to: STAFF RELATIONS MANAGER, MOLSON'S WESTERN BREWERIES LIMITED 3rd FLOOR, 540 FIFTH AVENUE, S.W. CALGARY T2P OM2 SHELL CANADA LIMITED REQUIRES THE FOLLOWING STAFF EXPERIENCED NO. 1 GAS PLANT OPERATORS Position is available at our Waterton Gas Processing Plant located near Pincher Creek, Alberta. Candidates should have a minimum of two yea's experience in gas plant processing and be the holder of an Alberta 2nd Class Steam Certificate. Interested applicants should write stating qualifications and experience to: SHELL CANADA LIMITED P.O. BOX 1088 PINCHER CREEK, ALBERTA ATTENTION: OFFICE SUPERVISOR Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Memoriams FUNERAL BULLOCK - Funeral service for Mrs. Nina McMullin Bullock, beloved wife of the late Lynn John Bullock of Barnwell who died at Calgary Saturday, March 24,1973, at the age of 07 years, was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, March 28, 1973, in the Barnwell Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Chapel with Bishop Marlin An-derso officiating. Active pallbearers were Randy Leavitt, David Oliver, David Kiester, Scott Mykytiw, Kimball and Sterling Sirrine, Murray and Jamie Bullock. Interment was in the family plot in the Barnwell Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS MAIIE - We wish to express our thanks to our many wonderful friends, relatives and neighbors for all the cards, flowers and food during our recent bereavement. -Mrs. Mauvy Miahe, Dean, Gary and families 9589-31 HERALD WANT ADS PHONE 328-4411 BARNETT - My grateful thanks to my doctor for his skill, nurses of St. Michael's Hospital second floor East and nurses of Aux. Hospital second floor for their excellent care-Canon Cowan for his visits and the prayer group - and friends of friends who visited me. God bless all of you. -Dora Barnett 9621 Alimony for men BONN (Reuter) - The West German cabinet approved a draft law allowing a woman to keep her own name when she marries, and providing for easier divorces. According to the measure, a husband can no longer insist that his wife's primary duty is to look after the house, but he may receive alimony. �\ SIMPSONS hears Saturday Specials BOYS' ACRYLIC SWEAT SHIRTS 2" Long and Short Sleeves Shrink Proof. Sizes S,M,L. Reg. $3.99 Boys' Wear LADIES' SWEATERS Long sleeves. Orion, white, pink, blue and grey. S.M. 3.99 Ladlei' Sportiwear LADIES' CARDIGAN SWEATERS S.M.L. Pink, blue and purple. 0.99 Reg. $9.99 Ladies' Sportswear LADIES' PALAZZO PANT The very popular palazzo pant in 100% acrylic fabric in a checkered effect. Sizes 10, 12, 14, 16 (4 only). g.99 Reg. $17 At Home Wear CLEARANCE LONG SLEEVED LADIES' SHIRTS AND KNIT TOPS Sizes. Small,. Medium,. Large Reg. $2.88 - $3.98 Ladies' Accessories BOYS' HOODED SWEAT SHIRT .66 Long Sleeve. Muff Pocket. Size S,M,L. Reg. $4.50 Boys' Wear 3 LADIES' CARDIGAN SWEATERS S.M.L. White, pink, blue and yellow. Reg. $13.00 Ladies' Sportswear LADIES' HOSTESS GOWNS Beautiful high waisted crossover look in 100% polyester plain colors. Reg. $25 1 3"^ At Home Wear WA oH LINEN TABLECLOTH CLEARANCE Assortment of styles, patterns and colors. Linen CLEARANCE LADIES' DRESS AND CASUAL HATS In felts, valours and fabrics. Reg. to $14.00 Ladies' Accessories LADIES' SKIRTS Sizes 70 - IS. 4 A QQ Reg. $15.00 .................... I Ui�9 Sizes 10 - 18. O QQ Reg. $10.00 .................... Oe�� Pink, Blue, Yellow and Navy. A QQ Reg. $13.00.................... OeV* Ladies' Sportiwear LADIES' HOSTESS GOWNS Long sleeves with plain skirt and metallic top, gives this gown the look of elegance for any formal occasion. Reg. $35 19 At Home Wear Zippo Lighter 7onlyR.g.5.953.99 Zippo Lighter 6only ,.9 MS1.99 PIPE ASSORTMENT Reg. $2.95 Reg. $4.95 Reg. $5.95 1.99 2.99 3.99 Tobacco Reg. $6.95 .. 4,99 Reg. $7.95 .. 5.99 LADIES' AND GIRLS' LONG SLEEVED BODY SUITS Domed crotch, several dressy and casual and to choose from. Reg. to $12.98 4* ladies' Hosiery STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Thurs. and Frl. 9:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., Centre Village Mall, Telephone 328-9231 IN MEMORIAMS ROELOFS - In loving memory of Nellie Irene, dear daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Lomas, who passed away March 31, 1960. There's an open gate at the end of the road Through which each must go atone, And there, in a light we cannot see, Our Father claims His own; Beyond the gate our loved one Finds happiness and rest, And there is comfort in the thought . That a Loving God knows best-9574-31 TOTH - In loving memory of a dear wife, mother and grandmother, Mrs. Annie Toth, who passed away March 30, 1971. Two tired eyes are resting Two willing hands are still. The one who always worked so hard, Is resting at God's will. God saw you getting tired, He knew you needed rest. His garden must be beautiful, He only takes the best. -Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by husband, Steve; sons, Vincent and family of Lethbridge and Mike and family of Picture Butte. 9612 Bourrassa holds down taxes QUEBEC (CP) - The Bou-rassa Liberal government's record of holding down taxes in Quebec remained unbroken Thursday night with Finance Minister Raymond Garneau's fourth budget. Mr. Garneau announced a few tax cuts and no tax increases, attributing this to the government's "financial and administrative discipline." The opposition, however, found fault and Fabien Roy, Creditiste house leader, said he smelled an election in the provisions which give a tax break to farmers and low-income citizens while increasing provincial aid to municipalities. Business gets only one tax break, a provision for depreciating industrial machinery over a two-year period. Extra-active industries are excluded. Individuals are exempt, retroactively to Jan. 1, from provincial income taxes if they earn less than $2,500 a year, and couples if they earn less than $5,000. Previous exemptions were $2,000 and $4,000 respectively. SALES TAX EASED Sales tax exemptions are increased to 15 cents from 10 cents and on restaurant meals to $1.49 from $1.24. Succession duties are reduced by 20 per cent as part of a program to eliminate them as capital gains taxation takes over the function of redistributing wealth. Farmers benefit from provisions allowing them to pass on their farms to children who will cultivate them with reduced taxes on the succession. Police to hire law students for summer OTTAWA (CP) - A nationwide program of hiring law students to serve on police forces during the summer was announced today by Justice Minister Otto Lang. The program will be launched by the Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police with federal financial assistance, he said in a news release. "This scheme will provide law students with an insight into police work of great value to them in their professional ca. reers. "And, the police will gain a better appreciation of the thinking and attitudes of young people towards law enforcement." Free Ensigns available to vet groups OTTAWA (CP) - The public works department has decided to supply free Red Ensigns only to recognized veterans organizations, official institutions or associations, Silver Cross mothers, war amputees and persons with disability pensions resulting from war service. VALUES EFFECTIVE 'TIL SAT., MARCH 31st CLOSING at your 3 L-MART STORES in LETHBRIDGE ;