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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, October 2, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HCRAiD 11 Francophone meet ulans criticized BIRTHDAY KISS FOR MAX Former heavyweight boxing champion Max Schmeling of Germany gets a 66lh-birlhclay kiss from actress Edy Williams as he cots a cake at a Hollywood restaurant. Schrneling is in Holly- wood for a sports-celebrity affair at which Joe Louis an old ring foe will present him with an award. Tax scheme waste of time, money OTTAWA (CP) Heath Mac- uarrie, Conservative foreign Hairs spokesman, said Friday Canada seems to have instituted 4rtists joycott galleries LONDON, Ont. (CP) Some professional Canadian art- sts will boycott galleries which fail to pay rental fees for exhib- ted work after Jan. 1, 1973, he president of Canadian Ar- tists Representation said here. Jack Chambers of London Ont., a painter, said delegate; representing the 300 members of the association voted at a recent meeting in Winnipeg to use 1972 "as a period of defi- nition regarding rental fees." "By Jan. 1, 1973, the nationa membership would be instruct- ed to boycott all non-co-opera- tive Mr. Chambers said. He said eight or 10 galleries, representing five to 10 per ceni of the total number in Canada now pay rental fees as suggest- ed by the association. The rental fees are for a one-man show at a major in ternational exhibition. A loca gallery would be required to pay for a one-man show on exhibit up to three months in one location. one-China policy while aban- loning a one-Canada policy. He said in the Commons that Ottawa-Quebec arrangements "or a conference of French-lan- guage countries here and in Juelrec City Oct. 11-14 represent i diminution of federal primacy n foreign affairs. lie said these arrangements include the flying of both the Canadian and Quebec flags and abstention in votes on any sub- ject where there is disagree- ment between Ottawa and Quebec. Acting Prime Minister C. M. Drury said the arrangements are not complete but are simi- lar to those used at the last Francophone conference. He denied any dimunition in federal authority in the field and said there has been an ap- preciation of such. Mr. Drury said in reply to James McGrath John's East) that all provinces have been invited to attend the meet- and that the rights of all provinces are similar. TORONTO (CP) A new study of Canada's ta.vrclorm measures concludes that the re- vision, which took about nine years, was a waste of time and money. That's the basic finding of Dean Howard Ross of McGill University's faculty of manage- ment in a study prepared for the Private Planning Associa- tion of Canada and just re- leased. He summarizes his proceed slowly, through small changes, with understanding of UK tremendous costs of distur- bance, uncertainty and com- plexity. Mr. Ross does not downgrade the ideal of equity as an ulti- mate goal of tax reform, but says it can be acceptable only is a long-term aim. Even equity-trying to treat everyone the sam -is difficult STICKY STOP LONDON (CP) An Ameri- can student, stopped at airport customs before flying to New York, explained to officials that his brown parcel contained "jel- they interpreted this as gelignite. The pack was gin- gerly untied only to reveal a solid lump of black-current jam, a gift from the student's grand- mother. After all that, he missed his plane. sions as amounting to "'.hat. the whole great reform undertak- ing was an aberration and that we were, in effect, doing all right before we mixed up in it." "I think the operation should j be classified as a 'defeat' I do not believe we got enough in Lh process to balance the effort that was devoted to it and the disruption that ensued. "More important still, I do not believe that, with all we learned of value, we are much closer to getting on Ilia right road to a belter tax policy." Mr. Ross also says il was tragic that the whole debate got cast as a matter of equity ver- sus economic growth. This misunderstanding would have to be cleared up before any future tax reform could be pro- perly handled. SYSTEM WORKED WELL The real point, he says, is iu define. He says that even if it was agreed that income tax should be imposed at graduated rates, then someone would have to decide the rates. lie suggests three aims for Hie future: 1. We must recognize some of' the crucial things we did wrong, j so that we may henceforth do j them right. 2. We must not just about how great equity is in a tax system; we must also consi- der how to go about promoting j it when imposing taxes. 3. We must have a sensible program to direct further work in pursuit of a better system. i The Private Planning Assoeia-1 lion is a private, non-political, non-profit organization formed in lo undcrlake independent studies ol Canadian problem.1, niainlv in economic matters. sale Government embarrassed OTTAWA (CP) rassed govcrnmcnl said Friday it would check again whether it has the power under law to ap- point 27 parliamentary secre- taries, by far the biggest num- ber in Canadian history. Thursday afternoon announced the appointment of 28 secre- taries. In the evening he had to announce the most allowed raider the law is 27 and that Ian Watson, Liberal MP for Mont- real L a p r a i r i c, was being dropped as parliamentary sec- retary to Revenue Minister Herb Gray after only six hours in the post. any illegality-he would report lo the Commons. The previous high number ol parliamentary secretaries was 16. Thirleen secretaries arc re-1 appointments. The only one of) 14 former secretaries not re-ap-: ponted was Charles Caccia (Lj Davenport) who had used up the limit ol two appoint- j ments is .success The Western Thoroughbred sale conducted by P e r 1 i c h Bros. Auctioneers in Lelh- bridge was termed a success. There was a large crowd of horsemen in alterclancc from Western Canada and Montana. Forty four hordes s'lhl in- cluding horses of age, yearlings, brood i ami stallions. The I ;.vcrape was n... top sell- ing horse t stallion "Lu.suiw.s Hope" con- signed by Mel IVpew of Ray- I m'ond and sold to L'oug Flem- ing of Lothbridge- for Another sale is planned for which will lake place im- mediatelv following the Lcth- hridge race meet. In the Commons Friday, John that the Canadian tax system of the 1960s was relatively good by r-mrWTwinm international comparison and it Lundngan (PC-Gander-lwil m- was working well enough not to gate) contended that under the warrant so massive an exami- nation and so comprehensive an effort to transform it. He suggests we would have law the limt is 20, not 27. Acting Prime Minister C. M. Trudeau was not in he would INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON cOUTH Celibacy problem gels brief mention VATICAN CITY Roman Catholic cardinals, from Ci.nada and the United States, urged the third World Synod of Bishops Friday to pay close at- tention to surveys describing the crisis of priests. But a British prelate, citing the mass media's "fascination for told the synod to cut. short discussion of the priest- hood and get on with the other synod theme, social justice. The celibacy question came up for brief mention in a num- ber of synod speeches in this second day of the closed-door month-long meeting. But the closest anyone came (o a call for change in the 15- cnitury discipline of celibacy a'speech by Joseph Cardi- nal Malula of The Congo, who said celibacy is a problem Tor African priests because of a "g r e a t e r spontaneity toward family life and sexuality'' in Af- rica. George Bernard Cardinal Flahiff, archbishop of Winnipeg, called for "sensitivity to the needs expressed by the English-language briefing offi- cer, Kev. Jim Hoache of Chi- cago, reported. Priests have frequently talked of their problems, in many cases related to celibacy, in re- cent sociological polls taken in North America and elsewhere. John Cardinal Dearden of De- troit, head of the U.S. Bishops Conference, noted these studies and said: "T h e unusual preparations that have taken place for this synod underscore the import- ance of what is being done. Having made this painstaking inquiry it is necessary that its results be reflected in our dis- cussion. There must be a readiness as far as possible to shape our conclusions to mee. needs that the inquiry has iden- tified." Taking another tack, Eng- land's John Cardinal Heenan said: "Restlessness among clergy is not so important as the worldwide problem of want. The times are grave, and we should not give all of our attention to clerical problems that have al- ready attracted far too much notice. Press, radio and televi- sion have a fascination for sex in every form. Matrimonial and clerical' infidelity are equally at- tractive to the mass media." U.S. lawyer indicted SAN HAKAKI., Calif. (AP) Lawyer Stephen M. Bingham and six San Quentin prison con- victs were indicted on murder counts early today in the violent oulhnrsl ai Ihc prison Aug. 21 which left George Jackson and fivr other mrn dead. The Marin County grand jury returned Ihc imliclmcnts, nam- ing Ringham, 2E, whose father is a prominent lawyer and pro- hale judge in Salem, Conn.; Hugo Pincll, John Spain, Flceta 1) r u m g o, Louis Talanianlez, David Johnson and Willie Tale. Jackson, a 211-year-old black revolutionary convict and au- thor, Iwo white prisoners and three while guards died in Ihe oniplion Ilial began, niilhorilics .said, after Bingham smuggled a gun lo Jackson. They said a guard killed Jackson in an almr- live escape allempl. Bingham is bring Minghl on a federal charge of unlawful flight to avoid proseculon for murder. Drnmgo is one of Ihe so-called "Solfdad Brothers." Id1. Jackson and anolhor pris-. oner wi'iv al San IJmilm .-avail- ing Irial in Ihr slaving of a Sole- dad slate prison guard. Oil refiiieiy opened in Quebec ST. ROML'ALD, Quc. (CP) I The now million Golden Kaglc Canada Lid. refinery was formally opened Friday before I1 gu'ests and senior company officials from Britain, the Unilcd Slates and Canada. The refinery, with a capacity of barrels a day, was officially declared open by Ger- ard Lcvesqnc, Quebec's minis- ter of industry and commerce, at a ceremony at this site across the St. Lawrence River from Quebec City. The refinery, which covers 450 acres, is Canada's largest hi the area and Ihe first one in the Quebec City region. Its crude oil will come mostly from Vene- zuela and Libya, and ils docks now can berlh a freighter. o 1300 fwOO.osOnf s i .dCs t frcighler. Eventually ships of tons will be able lo use the dock facililies. The refinery features the lat- est pollution control insinuation costing more than million. THOUGH'ITUI. TIKTOlin TIIOUPK, England (CP) An expressway under conslruc- tion has been diverted to avoid a 300-year-old collage in Surrey, listed as being of historical im- portance. Knvironmcnt Minister Walker explained he had ordered the dolour "on compas- sionate grounds" for two elderly sisters who lived there. 1971 UNITED APPEAL HOUSE-TO- Hundreds of busy hosewives and business women will be mak- ing a restricted house-o-house canvass of Lethbridge homes on behalf of the United Appeal. Give your fair share to enable the 16 member agencies to provide their worthwhile services to Lethbridge's residents. House-To-House Chairman, MRS. LEONA HOPKINS GIVES FVERYBQD BENEFITS CANADIAN RED CROSS SUPERVISOR: Mrs. Mae Bradley TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs. S. Johnson Mrs. Boyd Tuckrr Mrs. Alex Shaw Mrs. Norm Mrs. Fred Morgan Mrs. John Hargraves Mrs. R. Linton Mrs. V. Kincheloe TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs. Ted Anderson 16 CANVASSERS TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs. K. lowings Mrs. D. Graham Mrs. G. Hopman Mrs. M. Fildes Mrs. J. Andreachutk Mrs. Ruth Kemp Mrs. D. Austring TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs. Joe Perlich Mrs. John Boras Mrs. P. Bourret Mrs. D. Toczak Mrs. I Perlich Mrs. McFadden Mrs. M. Flelt TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs. J. Dyck Mrs. Kirk Mrs. P. Henderson Mrs. W. Dyck Mrs. Jan Okamura Mrs. R. Ashcroft TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs. G. Patterson Mrs. Leslie R. Dickinson Mrs. B. Bartlett Mrs. Bonnie Hewson Mrs. G Lord Mrs. W. Cornell Mrs. B. Pastoor Mrs. E Rice JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY SUPERVISOR: Mrs. A. Ichikawa TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs. I. A. Wylie SUPERVISOR: Mrs. W. TEAM CAPTAINS: Mrs, Mrs Mrs. Ken Anderson Mrs. B. Beadling Miss Jean Boon Mrs. J. L. Castles Mrs. F. M. Christis Mrs .5 J. Cicon Mrs R. J. Fairfield Mrs. I. A. Flaa Mrs. William Hay Mrs. Ross Held Mrs. Stan Jameson Y.W.C.A. O. Haufe Allister Flndlay G. R. Willoughby Mrs. Dwight Jensen Mrs. Warren Johnson Mrs. Robert Kasting Mrs. Gerald Kozub Mrs. W. Mclntyre Miss Donalda McRae Mrs. E. A .Morrison Mrs. W. S. Rimstad Mrs. W. P. Skelton Mrs. Peter Slobodion Mrs. I. W. Swanson Mrs. Jolin Williams Y.M.C.A. SALVATION ARMY SUPERVISOR: Mrs. H. Cobb Mr. George lynch Mrs. Mrs. Betty Lynch Mr. Mr. Gordon Lowe Mrs. Mrs. Shirley Stetar Mrs. Capt. Sayers Mrs. Mrs. Sayers Mrs. Mrs. Ellen Kennedy Mrs. Mr. L. Kennedy Mrs. Mr. Bob Kennedy Mrs. Mrs. Dora Bilesky Miss Mr. Bill Bilesky Mrs. Mrs. C. Pinkerton Mrs. Betty Waldern Bill Lockstedt Vi Arkinstall Sara Gove Jcinet Skidmore Mary Adams Nellie McElroy W. Paulson Helen Rickaby Diane Paulson Margaret Tunnah Maureen Raci SUPERVISOR: Mrs. Karen Lawson TEAM CAPTAINS: Mrs. Laureen Piekeina, Mrs. Sharon Mori- vama, Mrs. Sonja Jncobson, Mrs. Irene Virtue, Mn. Eov Henderson, Mrs. Dot Olshoski, Mrs. Mildred Cox, Mrs. Barbara Montgomery. Mrs. E. G. Swailes Mrs. Edith Hill Mrs Judy Maclean Mrs. Joyce Dunlop Mrs Claire Scott Mrs. Donna Campbell Mrs. Debbie Taylor Mrs. Ev Temple Mrs. P. E. Blakely Mrs. A. E. Eccles Mrs. T. Huzil Mrs. Marg Smith Mrs. Mary McAuley Mrs. Barbara Aasen Miss Marnie Virtue Mrs. Ross Wilde Mrs. Joanne Cuell Mrs. Bev Eraser Mrs. Eleanor Fenton Mrs. Pat Christiansen Mrs. Bernice Pavan Mrs. Caroline Comstock Mrs. Marj Jordan Mrs. Joan Smith Mrs. Marilyn Hembroff Mrs. Bernice Spencs Mrs. Marictte MoroJ Mrs. Marilyn Gillie. Mrs. Mary Hollman Mrs. Mary Robert) Mrs. L. Kohn Mrs. J. McColl Mr. A. Cook Mrs. D. Birrill Miss H. lindsay Mrs. R. Graham Dr A. M. Hnrper Mr. A. R. McFadden Mr. P Story Mr. H. G. Wooliseroft Mrs. F. Emard Mrs. A Ichikawa Mrs. H. MacAuley Mrs. R. Leskiuw Mrs. R. Simmons Mr. D. Wolker Mr. F. T. Byrne Miss J. Golbrailh Miss R. Cemulini Mr. D. Rogers Mrs. R. McCallum Mr. E. Ross Dr. F. R. Harper Mrs. L. T. Allen Miss C. Webster LETHBRIDGE FAMILY SERVICE SUPERVISOR: Fred Hamilton TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs. Audrey Mont Mrs. Joyce Hosack Mrs Joctn Leslie Mrs. Mablc Monncr Miss Elsa Simioni Mrs. Bessie Miss Debbie Ran Mrs. Marg. Fallienliurg Miss tinda Ras Miss lili Pavielinti Clean up TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs. Jean Mills Mrs. Florence Kobe Mrs. Betty Zook Mr. W. A. McClenaghan Mr. Darrcll MacKonzie Mrs W. A. McClenaghan Mrs. Joan Puckclt Mrs. Helen Sullivan TEAM CAPTAIN: Mn. Emma Chenrjer Kathy Hamilton Debbie Berry Debbie Frederick Joanne Tolh Charlotte Oler Debbie Christcnsen Dawna Picket! Jane Fedorki 3adie Toth Irene look Marion Johnson Wendy Oscrki Florence Vcnhuis Rita Ynnosik NAVY LEAGUE unavailable for paper using Navy Lflague volun loors and students involved in Navy League. ST. JOHN AMBULANCE SUPERVISOR: Gerry DeHeer Mrs. Joanne Nordquist Mrs. D. John Mass Miss Mary Daub Frank Bennett Con Uenweber Mrs. Donna Hunt Mrs. Kay Martin Mrs. D. Colder Mrs. Leon Lawson Miss G. Price Mrs. Corrine Kleinbrink Mrs. D. R. Stewart Miss Sandra Christou Mrs. Mae Corlton Mrs. lla Zaychuk Miss Mary O'Neil Mrs. Carey Morrisson Mrs. Kay Mass Mrs. Nancy Prindle Mrs. Glenda Prytlarz Mrs. Jean Ainscough Mrs. Cathy Gleason Mrs. Judy Aos Mrs. Iris Richardson Mrs. Joe Barnes Mrs. W. S. Hooper Mrs. Lois Weir Mrs. Charlotte Gregory GIRL GUIDES _. Little Miss P. Ehnes Mr. J. Tyrcll Mrs. F .Tyrcl! CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOC. Mrs. J. lakie Mrs. W .Olafson Mrs. Ivan Millar Mrs. D. Mackay Mrs. Olaf Larson Mrs. W. Anderson Mrs. G. H. Oliver Mrs. F. Quittenbaum Mrs. J. Vanloo Mrs. Cam Barnes Mrs. Dale O'Brien Mrs. L. Gerln Mrs. J. Keith Ferguson Mrs. D. Rice Mrs. N. O. Gillespio Mrs. Dean McMullin MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SUPERVISOR: Mrs. Marie Nicai TEAM CAPTAIN: Ms. E. longair Mrs. A. Golsteyn Mri. W. I, an no- A. Holmes Mrs. H. Wolson Mrs. W. Tymensen Mrs. S. Brown Mrs. R. G. H. Hall Mrs. E. V. Longford Mrs. Y. Oishi Mrs. J. Beresnak Mrs. F. Tilley Mrs. G. W. Dodd Mrs. J. Martin TEAM CAPTAIN: Mrs. W. Paulson Mrs. S. Gillott W. G. liggctl Mrs. R. Kluzney Mrs. W. Mitson Mrs. A. Hadford Mrs. J. Clewc-s Mrs. F. Merkl Mrs. S. Noroika Mrs. E. 1. Slcgen Mrs. G. Van Goal Mrs. A. V. O'Toolt Mrs. S. Macimci Mrs. M. Rooloff Mis. Jean Wall Mrs. Margie Tennant Mrs. Florence Risler Mrs. Janet Jankowiak V.Q.N. BOY SCOUTS SUPERVISOR; Ino Harding Mrs. Dorothea Cormack Mrs. Dcnise Stanley Mrs. Ruth Larson Mrs. Alice Jensen Mrs. Jo Hodge Mrs. Marguerite Hunt Mrs. Dot Eldoi Mrs. Molly Jenkins Mrs. Anne McCracken Mrs. Ftiye Druhan Mrs, Eileen Henderson Mrs, Iris Canon C.A.R.S. SUPERVISOR: Mrs. A. V. Weatherup Mrs. G. HeiniH Mrs. Jfnn Dontorom Mrs. Joan Mrs. Boa Whitney C.N.I.B. SUPERVISOR: Arleen Albici Mil Waynt Wilson Mrs. Lucille Kolwnr Mrs. N. Bloudoll Mrs. Ceiney Mrs. G. linn D. Schindeler Mrs. N. Kuzy Mrs. R. Goodoll Mrs. R. Whitmore Mis. J. C. Moore Mrs. Hobbs Mrs. P. Bruychero Mrs. S. Wilcocks Mrs. G. Morrison Mrs. B. Sehwitzer Mrs. R. Munroe Mrs. A. Krushel Mrs. D. Pctrunik Mrs. A. E. Hawlry Mrs. R. Lone Mrs. A. L. Larson Mrs. R. Johnston Mrs. B. Wolfe Mrs. D. Card Mrs. H. A. Arnold Mrs M. Coupland Mrs. J McCutcheon Mrs. J. Morgan W. M. Clarke Dick Johnston D. J. SchinJcler R. W. Williams E. K. Richnrtlscin CANADIAN PARAPLEGIC SUPERVISOR: Mn. B. Moore, leth. Aux. Hospilul Mrs. Margaret Spiccr Paulino Wilson Jennie Turner Ella. Fajnor M. Chapman If you don't do it if won't get done ;