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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 LETHBRIDGE November 6, 1974 KKLSTOIK travelling throughout the prairie provinces Thurs., Fri., Sat. Thurs. till 9 p.m. PLUS MANY UNADVERTISED SPECIALS PURCHASE DIRECTLY FROM REVELSTOKE'S CARPET CARAVAN. A QUALIFIED REVELSTOKE CARPET CONSULTANT WILL BE ON HAND TO HELP YOU WITH ALL YOUR CARPET NEEDS. YOUR LOCAL REVELSTOKE REPRESENTATIVE WILL ARRANGE FOR PROFESSIONAL CARPET INSTALLATION. CONVENIENT REVY BUDGET PURCHASE TERMS CAN EASILY BE ARRANGED. R3KLSTOK6 ALONG TO MEET YOUR NEEDS! SPACE SET MULTI-COLORED RUBBER BACKED CARPET Special purchase direct from the factory! First grade, 100% nylon, level loop pile rubber backed for easy, inexpensive installation. Choose from 2 multi-colors and green. Due to extremely low price, some colors may be in short supply. 'JUBILEE' PRINTED RUBBER BACKED CARPET Stylish, practical, 100% nylon carpet static controlled and rubber backed for better wear. Available in 5 three-tone colors-blue, green, orange, gold and 00 99 nrwtj-iu 5: MEDALLION' MULTI-COLORED ACRILAN Feels like wool, looks like wool yet cleans and performs better than wool! Hi-lo loop pile creates a if QQ M sq. yd. 8: 'GYPSY'AND'PRAIRIE PRIDE' PATTERNED RUBBER BACKED CARPETING Two carpets both durable, easy care. 100% nylon level loop. Choose from the lively pattern of Gypsy and the 2 unique designs and many exciting colors of QQ FAMILY FEST' SHORT PILE. HARD-TWISTED CARPET An oil-time favorite that's rugged, easy to clean and maintain, and offers excellent performance! Nine QQ attractive 2-tone colors. C.M.H.C. approved. )C 'RIPPLE TONES' sqyd DEEP SCULPTURED CARPET A rich corpet with o new look and o budget-pleasing price1 lOO'o nylon, deep sculptured carpeting available in nine beautiful 2-tone colors. %l sq.yd. 49 soft, rich texture. Choose from an array of colors. 'SUNBURST1 MULTI-COLORED SCULPTURED CARPET So unique, so vibrant... and so practical. Night and day, the Sunburst's multi-colors will add a rich, warm glow to any room in your home. 8 colors to choose from. sq. yd. 1 NORTHERN LIGHTS' CARVED PLUSH PILE Add warmth and luxury to your home with this 100% nylon, carved, plush-type pile. Available in 9 two-tone blends. Manufacturer's suggested retail-19.95 sq.yd. sq yd 50 ROLLS AND PART ROLLS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES Gigantic clearance of odd and part rolls in stock at our carpet distribution centre in Calgary. Some samples and complete information available from our carpet consultants. IN STORE SPECIALS FLOOR TILE 12x12. 08 gauge 1 color onlv aq.ft. I REMNANTS REDUCED TO y2 PRICE VINYL CARPET PROTECTOR Clear and gold lin. ft. %T RUBBER BACK CARPET 5 0 1 00% nylon, tweed 1% PLUS... MANY UNADVERTISED, LAST MINUTE SPECIALS ON THE CARAVAN! SEE OUR CARPET CONSULTANTS, KEN CASTRONUOVO AND ROY CUCHERAN FOR COMPLETE DETAILS 1602 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5777 Open Daily Until p.m. Open Thurs. until 9 p.m. Reeve Jespersen back TABER (HNS) Claunce M. Jespersen has been return- ed to office as reeve, and Cecil R. Wiest as deputy reeve, at the statutory organization meeting of the Taber Municipal District council. Council meetings will con- tinue to be held the second Monday of each month at 10 a.m., excepting where the meeting date is a holiday, the council will meet on the Tues- day following. The regular November meeting, therefore, will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 12 because of the Remembrance Day holiday. All members of council were named to the road and bridge committee and to the committee under the Domestic Animals Act, each with special responsibility in his electoral division. All members of council also comprise the MD's finance committee with the reeve and secretary treasurer em- powered to do urgent and emergent business. Ronald S. Johnson was delegated to represent the council at meetings of the Taber school division and as a director on the Barons Eureka Health Unit board. Mike Ohashi will continue on the board of the Taber Foundation (Clearview Benjamin Friesen will sit on the board of the Oldman River Regional Planning Com- mission. Lynn Wenbourne will con- tinue on the airport ad- ministration committee as the MD representative. Ben Friesen was named chairman and Carl Heck the other MD member on the agricultural service board, with Dean Anderson and William L. Fletcher farmer members. Fifth member is the local district agriculturist. The municipal district's court of revision will com- prise reeve Jespersen chair- man, along with councillors Wiest, Ohashi, Wenbourne and Heck. Appointed to represent the MD on the Enchant Seed Cleaning Co operative are Gudmund Skretting and Diet pop not always bargain it should be TORONTO (CP) The chemical additive saccharin should be saving diet-pop fans money, but that's not always the story at checkout counters. The cost of two pounds of sugar in a case of 24 10-ounce tins or bottles of regular soft drinks has gone to from 25 cents in the last year. The cost of saccharin remains at half a cent a case because so little saccharin goes so far. Many retail stores, however, are selling diet drinks at the same price as regular despite the fact diet has been cheaper at the wholesale level for a month. John Morgan, general manager of Pic-A-Pop Eastern Ltd.. says stores increasing the price of diet drinks at the same rate -s regular pop are "ripping off the public." Philip Campbell, general manager of Seven-Up Ontario Ltd.. says Seven-Up left diet brands cheaper than regular brands when rising sugar prices forced a wholesale price increase in regular pop Oct. 7 but "dealers didn't always pass it on." Diet Pepsi-Cola is the biggest seller of all diet drinks in Canada. The price is 25 cents cheaper wholesale but some retailers sell diet at the same price as regular Pepsi. Stewart Dorchak, and to the Taber Seed Cleaning Co op Louis Turcato and Linden D. Litchfield. Councillors Wiest, Ohashi and Friesen will continue as MD representative on the Taber and district recreation council. The council named James Graham, as did the Taber town council, as a director on the Lethbridge Municipal and Auxiliary hospitals board. The MD agreed to par- ticipate in the administration of the cow calf producers' assistance program, and nam- ed fieldman Hugh G. Reid as agent of the minister of agriculture to receive and process applications for assistance. Under the program, cash advances of per calf may be obtained to feed up to 80 calves during the season maximum loan Ad- vances, covering 80 per cent of the calves under the program, may be processed at the local chartered banks or the Alberta Treasury Branch. Interest is charged afte March 1, 1975. Council also agreed to sup port the Town of Taber in a quest to CP Rail for the prov sion of trackage and livestoc loading facilities at Prair: Livestock auction yards, am to extend the service road the municipal airport for thi convenience of tenants at th quest Barons Eureka' Social Services to extend thi home care service to the ME A survey presented by prever live social services director John Boon and Ray B Evanson indicated that abou 80 of the senior citizens, out o 333 surveyed, would requir this service which is now we established in the town. Political gifts now deductable The new Federal Election Expenses Act legislated this ye- provides a large tax loophole for taxpayers making gifts to federal political party. The act allows a tax credit of 75 per cent on gifts up to plus 50 per cent of gift between and and plus per cent of the amount the donation exceeds For example, a person donating to a federal politic1 party is now able to receive a tax credit fo The tax credit has a maximum annual limit of and donors of gifts over will have their contributions publishe It marks the first time taxpayers in Canada are able to ga a tax credit for a donation to a federal party. Senator Earl Hastings, in a prepared release, recommenc that the public take advantage of the new act to make a gift to federal political party. "I believe you should give money to a federal political par and put yourself into the political process by adding your ow thoughtful contribution to broaden and strengthen your politic party." Political parties need money to operate, his statement co tinues. "Now more than the new Election Expenses Act e courages all Canadians to support their political parties." CAREERS MOBILE HOME WORKERS Britanny Homes Ltd., Longley B.C. requires the immediate services of a mobile home electrician and finish Plumber, we are offering top wages for the right man. if interested call JIM RIDDELL 604-534-7991 MANAGEMENT TRAINEE Excellent training program for an excellent position. Our unique Management training program follows a well planned comprehensive schedule provides you the best opportunity to develop quickly into a manager of a Con- sumer Finance Branch office. Liberal employee benefits and regular salary increases based on your progress. High school graduate. PACIFIC FINANCE 328 6th Street 8. Lcthbi Jge LOOKING FOR AN EXCITING CAREER? CONSIDER A CAREER WITH TREASURY BRANCHES OF ALBERTA We offer you: A comprehensive training programme combining classroom instruction with on-the-job training leading through Branch Administration to Management. Advancement limited only by your ability and desire to succeed. Fully competitive salary and benefits programme. Our present commencement salary is per month. Desired Qualifications: High School graduates, preferably with some work ex- perience; however, this is not essential. An interest in people and a desire to be involved in a financial organization whose business has doubled in the last two years. I? you are interested in such an opportunity and feei that you have the necessary qualifications, contact the Manager of your nearest Treasury Branch or write to: Mr. Terry Semeniuk, Personnel Officer Office of the Superintendent Treasury Branches of Alberta P.O. Box 1440 Edmonton, Alberta. TSJ 2N6 ACCOUNTANT COMPTROLLER An accountant comptroller is required tor a major, acute, auxiliary, nursing home complex. The person hired in Ihis position will be responsible for all accounting systems, budgeting and statistics. Medicine Hal, 1he energy capital of Alberta, is located near all amenities, includ- ing boating, swimming, fishing, skiing and many others. A community college is located in the city, which is also located forty miles from the Cypress Hills Provincial park. Salary is 1o be negotiated. All applicants are requested 1o submit a curriculum vilae including personal experience Those interested in this position should have an accounting certifi- cate, business administration degree, health services administration degree or equivalent in experience. Please reply in confidence to: The Executive Director of the Medicine Hat General Hospital 5th Street S.W., Medicine Hat, Alberta ;