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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE UTIICRIDGC HIRAtD Snlimltiy, May 20, 1972 Literature Tor hiYimm in short supply PUTS STOP TO SOME ACCIDENTS A lest car hits pilch Inerlial Barriers at 5C m.p.b. during teslmcj cf the new system, The driver, who walked away uninjured said hilling I he barriers was like driving through a deep puddle. In top photo the plastic sand-filled barrels are used en an expressway exil in Toronto. It is hoped the barriers will reduce deaths on hh-hways caused by cars hitting fixed objecls such as bridge abutments, exit rnmp wall ends and ovcrp'rss piers. __ FccUT ronmumdcr ivUsms ai'ler Tout- vrars on Cyprus OTT.-WA E. M. I.rslio. u[ Yiiloria and .Montreal, cnninnir.dur of (he Canadian peaeokeepiim amtin- gent on Cyprus. iTiurn !u Canada next rnoiV.h M command the CaiKidinn Fora's at Eordcii, Cnl. Announcing; Uiis fencn ricpartnieuL lie will hn -mvmlo Mediterranean Col. Clayton ulie. lawa. l v i Canadian Forces Headquarters ria and lien1. nc'-v commander he promoicd full colonel. GIMI. Leslie has been com- mander of Ihc Canadian contin- Hj I. II. ASI'KK Tax lik'i'atiire for Ihc- layman is m .-.horl supply largely because Hit1 liL'ld i.s volatile and Budding shun this area hec'ause of Ihc. high ob- solescence fuel or. For exnm- plc, a hook written hvo yuars ayo on the ramilicalions of pension planning would al- ready lie nut of dale. The life expectancy of nmst hooks on lax planning is very short. A few years ago an Aus- tralian lawyer published a I booklet called tax .sputniks. In it, lie suggested some 1 i-.ovcl techniques for reducing taxes, but v.'ith the constant change of Ihe law, mcsl of them today are of historical in- terest only. 5AMF, FAIT; The same fate greeted the only Canadian hook on the subject. Successful tax avoid- mice, a few years ago I by a prominent lax lawyer. lie pointed out that while dcalh .si.ilI unavoidable taxes did not iiL'CL'.ssaiily always fall wilhin I hat category. lie then proceeded I o cat ,'doguc I lie many unys in which the astute businessman might reduce his burden. No sooner hp.d il become a business best seller, than Ihc government syslcmically plugged most of the loop-holes on which lie had based the work. That probably will Fervu as a warning to other aspiring lexL authors. However, there is one lax- oriented hook that may last, fl's a collection of lax humor. Since there's very little that is funny about taxes, it is nec- c.ssarily quite short. Called Doar Infernal Revenue edited hy Rill Adler, and pub- UEWSRURY, England 'Ren- lisllcd bV Doublcday. it is changes wrote Ihe infernal revenue ser- vice as follows: ''Borrowed cow fell in (tilcli and broke her neck. No cow, no milk, no money. Is Ihere a de.luclion fliere In another case, flic revenue service had .senL out n nolire requinnn a taxpayer to do his duly. The. apparently puzzled back: "As far as I can determine, 1 never en- gaged any internal revenue ser- vice. Will yon kindly explain the Iransaclion lo which your recenl form Idler referred'.'" I.IKE CANADA We learn loo, thai Ihe United Slates, like Canada, has its share of if you ean'l bcal- Ihem join tliem taxpayers. One wrole his favorile tax of- fice: "I have an idea how in- hard lo keep up ternal revenue can collect mil- lions of dollars a ye.ar. "I am sure thnL my idea will uork. Please be so kind to wrile me Ihe percentage rev- enue uill pay on Then not lining so sure of revenue's inlegrily, he added the post- script: "II .so. name the per- centage he-fore I send the idea." But ill? one ihing that dis- tinguishes Ihe Canadian from his counterpart to the south is the willingness of Ihc U.S. tax- payer In share his good old American know how with his government. If every taxpay- er's suggestion is run through Ihc compuler lo test its logical efficiency the following propos- al fnr mechanized lax-return processing efficiency would make Hit- lights flash and Ihu bells ring. "Suppose this: Siring cables horizontally across ihn short dimension of Ihis say about Hi feel above Ihe floor- these cables should be uni- formly spaced. Then from Ihc ceiling, directly above these cables, suspend vertically a scries of cable which will lie used lo remove Hie rcsullanl catenary from the horizontal cable. All you have 1o do then is string out bolts of asbestos cloth from one end of the build- ing to the other, if these bolls of cloth have grommeLs at one j end and .safety clips at the other end, they can he easily joined lo form one long s'rip Ihe entire length of the build- ing. Next fix clolh Lies to liie I asbestos clcth lo keep it from shifting to a low or heavy point Hint is, Die lies arc tied lo Banned women freed after .50 vears i' ter) Two sane young women were banished lo a mental insli- for four years, and he lian i lution nO years ago after tuning also served as chief of stnff of babies and were Ihe do- Iho eight-country United Na-I frcct, onlv ihis vcari a wrlfQrc en. Les- Lions force. nil the. The staff chiefs job will now worker says. liy Ll.- be filled by a British Armv offi-j Frank Sheridan, director of of eer. Cnl. lieatlie will be deputy F0dal services in Ihis Yorkshire chicT of staff. SOUTHERN ALGERIA COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION arc sseking a Fl'1.1 TIME MANAGER MALE OR FEMALE Duhn v !'i HL rclalims nnd '-nl rvc-'Ci'l sjpr.'Vilion cf cin n-.n re Send fu.'l cf nnd inlmy expected to P.O. BOX 714, LETHBRIDGE town, disclosed the story to a local social sen ice group. One of Ihe women wss sent to lliu institution when slie was She now is G8. The other, now 7-J, had been there since she Sheridan .said in each case the parents had approached Ihc authority which, at that lime, lied no power lo deal with Lhe situation except. lor comniiL- linp; Ih.cir daughtcv lo an instilu- hor.. T'-ey had not lcfl it, be cause they lir.d nowhnre lo They now are living in a hostel. collection of interesting letters the U.S. tax division has re- ceived from sometimes bewild- ered and otherwise frustrated taxpayers. A quick look Is enough I o convince one that the taxpay- er's anguish is Ihe same in Canada, as it is in Lhe United States. Like the victim who, feeling someone owed him .something, CUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD .___ yy. 8 IB. (NORMAL GARMENTS) PRE-SPOTTED AND f AFTER-SPOTTED BY OUR ATTENDANT FAST SERVICE -USUAllY I1! HOURS -NO NEED TO WAIT -tEAVE YOUR tOAD WITH US -WE'lL DO IT FOR YOU AND HANG IT UP -CAIL BACK tATER INDIVIDUALITY YOUR LOAD IS DONE IN ITS OWN DRY CLEANER Ltd. FIRST IN WITH COIN-OP DRY CLEANING 2534 Sou.ii Farkside Drive For FuriS-r Irformallcn Pliono 227-081] rviTi p.n-. p nl SAT. THE LIG'JCR LICENSING ACT (PART 3) (SECTION 50 (4) KOTtCE 0? OF APPLSCATION 1 I V.KJ VHLAGE o' CARMANGAY, ll'nl ly'Hj (ho carpotalc lirir., 1972, I brcn m Iho f.-fird nnplicnlionj for Art, un'f-r. prior !o Inul dale Ihn n piulion .inn-.-l hy .SOO of mlin.i or 10 ront of Plans exliihit al Spokane .SPOKANE, Wash. (TP) Tlic Canadian yes- terday became the first foreign government lo announce that it intends lo participate in Spo- kane's Expo '7-1 David B Laughton. Canadian consul- general in Seattle, told a news conference that Canada intends to develop a major exhibit re- lated to the exposition's cnvi- i Hi tier's death remembered MADRID (Beulcri About Ol persons crowded into a small church here Friday nipjil lo attend a mass to mark Ihc :271h year since Ihe clealh of Adolf Hiller. comiriilted .suicide April 3D. 10-15. Ilighl- ning sympathizers and Falang- ists who have held ceremonies I for Hitler during the last 10 years dedicated the mass lo :'Adolf Hitler and all those who died wilh him in defence of Christian and Western civil'za- Burger Ily 1III.I. STOCKTON AT Science LOS ANGELES (API Surgery Lo lose weight? It sounds like a tat wor- rier's dream. And if is for certain people, says the surgeon who pi- oneered Ihc operation 25 years ago but kepi il under experi- mental wraps until recently, fearing possible abuse. Tint now Ihcrc is no doubt t h c "jejuno-ilcal intestinal i shunt" operation, when per formed and monitored hy a qualified team of specialists, is safe and effective. Dr. J. Howard Payne clinical profes- sor of surgery at the Univer- sity of Southern California, said in an interview. Accurate figures on how many of the operations arc being performed aren't avail- able, but Payne said he knows of several surgeons across Ihc U.S. now doing several opera- lions a week. And their num- ber seems lo be. growing. The surgical technique Is being hailed as a dramatic new treatment for the chroni- cally obese who make no progress wilh fasting or diet pills. But alas. Ihc fat worrier only 15 or 20 pounds over- weight will just have to con- tinue dieting, Payne said lie licked off file requirements research has pinpointed for the prospective patient. OUTLOOK COV.NTS First, he must be at least 100 pounds overweight. The obesily must be assum- ing life-threatening propor- tions, causing Ihc onset of such maladies as heart Iron- Ijle, diabetes, gout, hyperten- sion or high cholesterol. v to l Most important. Hie palicnt must have a hrinht. oplimistic outlook and desire Ilin siirpery to preserve health. Payne said. Prospective patients without such an altitude have been refused. Oilier doctors have objected to Hie surgical technique he- causc it makes major changes in the body's digestive ma- chinery. They feared it might .seriously upset body metabo- nutritional problems worse than obesity. But 1'ayne said careful fol- low-up sludics of the ISO pa- tients he and liis colleagues have treated have shown no untoward effects. The danger of heart failure during surgery is always a concern with the older obese person, Payne said, so no pa- tient over 50 is accepted. DREW ATTENTION The jejuno-ileal intestinal Fhuiit received new attention weig UlC recently when AI Ilirl, famed jazz Irumpelcr, re- ceived il to brinj; his dov.n from 3J3 pounds. Less than a inoni.h after he cnlerctl a Richmond. Vs., hospital, pounds already had dropped "T had reached I he poinl where Ihis oper.nl ion was pre- ventive medicine for inc." Hii-L said. "I hope I'll pel lo see my grandchildren now.'' the horizontal cables. "This asbestos material not only provides a thermal har- rier, bill it absorbs sound. It never needs paint, thus a money saver. It isn't exposed lo Ihc and should last indcfinilely. Cleaning is done liy vacuuming while still in place aflcr a long period of limj it might be found desir- able to unclip and untie a few holl.s al a lime and send it out to be washed. As such, this cleaning process may be a pro- gramed thing under contract ar.d should be less expensive Liiau painting and would not in- f.rnipt I lie work since the mat- erial can lie removed in a mal- kr (f mi'iules after working hours and of course there arc no p.'iinl I times, scaffolding, elc etc. since this material is light in color is closer lo Ihc working surface than be- fere, not as much light will lie lorl and Ihis Loo should prove il small .1 sure hope you can these ideas. Mr. Alder's book doesn't in- dicale whether Ihe lr.x cilice linb'c sources have il Ihal Ihe i inventor hr.s since been rcfain- ed a draftsman of lax leg- islalion. (Mr. Atper is a Winnipeg Gas Trunk shareholders 11 vote 1 Founded medicare j SECIIELT, B.C. (CPi Fun- j eral services will lie held Satur- day for A. L. McLellan. better as the [ath'ir of British 1 Columbia Medical Insurance. who died at his home here at 1 the age of 71. B. EfllOTT Cluilrmtin, d tiquor Control FLOWERS OF HOPE MAY 14th to 20th WATCH FOR THE SEEDS IN YOUR LETTERBOX Mail Your Donations NOW! Tliorc will be no door-to-door convass RETARDED CHILDREN NEED YOUR HELP! Loses licence {'or two years CAUJARY (CP> Barncv Norman 23. of Black Diamond, was senlenced to one year imprisonment for causing dcn.lh hy criminal negligence. I is'uTer was also proiub-.tccl from driving for Iwo years. AllwrLa Supreme ConrL was (old Nufer was the driver of a car lasL Sept. 25 which out nf control on a city thoroughfare at 70 miles nn hour, crossed three lanes of traffic and a median before col- liding v.'ith an oncoming ve- hide j Howard Langenhoff. of i Okotoks. was riding in tin; vc- i hide and died in the crash. EDJIOXTON (CP) Class A common shareholders will lie given Ihc right to vote by amendments lo Ihe Alberta Gas Trunk Line Co. Act introduced in the legislature. Pjill Dickie, minister of mines and minerals, said there are more than 20.000 class A com- mon shareholders, 07 per cent of them resident in Canada and more than 70 per cent resident in Alberta. The present market value of the shares is some million, of which about mil- 1 lion is in Alberta Mr. Dickie said a second se- ries of amendments will in- crease the company's board of directors to1 11 from seven. Three will come from a group referred to as the gas export companies, the utility compa- nies and the gas producers, Ilireo from government, three from Ihe class A common shareholders and two from management. A third amendment gives the company the power to alter its share capital, which Ihe bill says shall consist of eight mil- lion class A common shares. class B common shares and two million preferred shares. Government board convicts OTTAWA (CP) The govern- ment's plan (o board convicls ncaring the end of prison terms in the homes of elderly pension may Ire extended to all age groups, Solicitor-General Jean- Pierre Goyer indicated Friday. Me told the Commons iliat pensioners' associations ;n Van- couver quasi-unanimous in llieir support of the pro- gram'' lint nsked that il he cx- tcndocl to all age groups. The government AV a s considering that suggestion. TIOEH CENSUS A recent estimate put the number of tigers in India at NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Fnrni Mcichinory- Induslriti! Sci Anything Mtirle of Iron! COPPEFf BRASS RADIATORS BATTER1FS CAST IRON r-tc Truck tends Cnrlonds MncjnfM Crnno Snrvitn National Salvage Company LIMITED MtW tOCATION 206 Mrtl Sired Norlb "Scrnn h Our Dusinf Phone 328-1721 Careers in A SCOPE FOR INDIVIDUAl GROWTH AND ADVANCEMENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR FURTHER EDUCATION SAIARY FUtlY COMMENSURATE WITH QUAtlFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE ATTRACTIVE FRINGE BENEFIT PROGRAMS Wo have a number of openings loon- ing to ninnngomrni posllions for in- dividuals wilh financial or other business experience. Successful can- didates will rncrivn comprehensive on l he-job Iraining supplemented by by jnlRirjslinq asMqnnirnh in o vari- ol ihroughout Alhrrln. Subsequent openings will occur in a wide variety of silualions winch we would be plccisod 1o discuss wilh in- terested applicants. Promotion is based on rnnril and opporlunilics (or DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS Those we are seeking should passes! nt Inasl n yonr nr TWO business cx- prrirnrn preferably in a financial siMtirui Previous (mining will be cvril.irili'fl but in thn finol nun lysis mnlurily, initiniivn nnd ci slronn inlcresl in working .villi othrr-i will be ihn mo.st impor- Innl criteria in for furilu-r infoimtjlicn telephone or wrilc- R. K. Wershlnr EniploymDnt Officer P.O. Dog Service 2534 Cnlrjary 2, Albortn Tnlephone; 168-3-184 or etill on any of our branch mnnnrjrrs APPOINTMENT KARL WILDE has been appointed os Sales Represenlative for look Mo- bile Homes of Coalhursr. Wil in the Mobile Home Indusiry, Karl is well known ihrough- oul Southern Alberla, and will be pleaied to help you with your mobile home re- quirements. Reduce the price of your car wash- when you fill your tank with gasoline at a Pacific 66 Car Wash! Car Wash 1819-3 Avenue S. It's easy nnd convenient In drive a clean car! We honor all credit cards approved by dealer More purchase We Care about you and your car i That's a promise A 1502 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. Iw THE MOST COMPACT MOTOR HOME ON THE MARKET TODAY. 19, 22, nnd 24 Ft. capacity Malor Homos THE smoolhcsl ridinci Molor Home; marlp today THE Home with iho Iccibl noise inside while hovelling THE only Molor Home available today wilh the riding quality of a largo automobile THE Manner of conslruclion of iho ?2 ll. capacity motor Homr wilh rccoiisnd bumpors is Ihn only Motor Homo (mown lodoy willi I win fjnucho bnds and gaucho dinette that can be paiknd at a parking meter of any city THIS Molor Homo has marc upper cupboard and slor- acje space ihnn most other makes CALL al our faclory and seo for yourself, check the construction and make comparison1; TRY OUR RENTAL PLAN ;