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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, September 3, 1970 Boyle's Column By IIAI, llOYIiE NEW YORK (AP) Hus- bandly remarks that every housewife gets lircil of hear- ing: "You will get your reward in heaven." "What do you want a new dress for? You haven't even worn out the one you were married in." "I can't today, hut I'll do it tomorrow for sure." "What I understand about you, Harriet, is how you can spend all afternoon watching other people's trou- bles on those TV soap operas and then, the minute I come through ilic door, you want me to listen to your troubles." "Well, if you must know why I wanted to marry you, it's because I thought it was a good the time." "What do you want a new refrigerator for? The one we've got turns'ottt all the ice cubes I need." "Do you have to fix break- fast every morning looking like you were practising for "What do you mean I never talk to you any more? What is there to talk about anyway? The weather or the price of "What difference does it make if you are putting on a little weight? Only single girls ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Denial Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 really have to worry about their figure." "Yeah, I forgot it was our anniversary. By ilic way, which oi'.e is HATES LEFTOVERS "I don't mind eating leftov- ers at all. What I don't like eating is leftovers made from leftovers." "What do you want us to buy a new house for? The only house we'll move to from here is (he poor house." "Caiess who I ran into today? My old high school sweetheart, just back from sheddinp a husband in Reno. He must be out of his mind to let her get away. Personally, 1 think she's getting more at- tractive every time I see her." "What do you want wall to- wall carpeting for, honey? So you won't have io wax the floor so "Can you lend me out of your household mcney, Har- riet? No, it isn't for lurch. I'm keeping three other women on the sly and one of them needs S5 to get a tooth filled." "Why don't I aver take you dancing any more? For the same reason I don't take you on a trip to the moon." "What do you want to waste your money for getting your hair dyed, Harriet? After all, isn't every wife supposed to get old and grey CHILD LABOR LAWS Argentina's military govern- ment has approved a law for- >idding employment of children under age 14, officials an- nounced. FOR RENT Building with Sq. Ft. or Less Located on 3rd Avenue with good parking Feasible for any type of business Write Box 24, Lethbridge Herald Ontario Aids Milk Industry TORONTO (CP) Ontario has begun a program of paying grants to help Industrial milk plants to ?o out of business. The provincial plant consoli- dation assistance program, de- signed to help uneconomic in- dustrial milk plants to sell 01 terminate their business, went into effect Sept. 1. It permits the Milk Commis- iion of Ontario to make grants to a maximum'of be- tween now and Aug. The program puts into effect recommendations of study groups which said the problems of the industrial milk industry could be solved only through the consolidation of existing plants into fewer but larger and more efficient Industrial milk plants include cheese factories, concentrated milk plants and creameries. Purpose of the program is to help operators go out of busi- ness by providing grants which enable them to clear up existing debts and recover on the assets. 3y consolidating the plants in Ontario, it is expected that via- ble plants will be able to reduce mjduction costs and improve he quality of their product be- cause of the greater volume of raw milk assigned to them by he Milk Control Board of On- ,ario from their area producers. APPROVE FORMULA OTTAWA (CP) The state ecretary's department plans to .nnounce general agreement lis month with all the prov- nces on a formula governing a 50 million fund to promote caching of whichever of the wo official languages is the dnority language in the area, nformants said Wednesday, 'ayments are expected to begin soon as details of the ar- angements with the provinces re announced. Wrongly Assessed On Income Tax Liberal MP Sues Government For Million OTTAWA Smer- chanslti, Liberal MP for Prov- encher, is suing the federal gov- ernment for more than mil- lion in income tax and interest for which he says he was wrongly assessed. The case was launched in the Exchequer Court of Canada in and so far consists of a thick file of arguments from :ach side. It has yet to come to trial. The Manitoba MP, elected in 1968, paid the revenue depart- ment in 1964 after it reassessed his income tax for the 15 years between 1945 and 1959. When he paid the money hi 1964, he also signed a waiver ol lis right to appeal. He is asking :he Exchequer Court to set aside the waiver, claiming it was obtained through "undue .nfluence and duress." The revenue department says :n its arguments the fact that VIr. S'merchanski signed the ivaiver and paid the full amount was "taken into consideration >y the respondent (the revenue department) in making his deci- sion not to request institution of criminal proceedings in respect at the frauds and misrepresen- ations perpetrated and admit- ed by the appellant (Mr. Smer- The department also says that VIr. Smerchanski deliberately refrained from initiating appeal action until documents seized by he revenue department were >ack in his hands "and the time or instituting criminal proced- ngs had expired." 1AYS WAIVED RIGHT The department says Mr. Smerchanski "made misrepre- entations and committed fraud n filing his returns." When the epartment made its re-assess- nents, he "approved and cry.- ented to the amount of the tax, nterest and penalty "ad- mitted Ms liability and voluntar- ily paid without protest." And he waived his right to appeal. The department denies Mr. Smerchanski was subject to undue influence, duress or coer- cion "and at no time did the respondent or any person on his behalf threaten the appellant with prosecution. Bomb Threat Extortion Alleged VANCOUVER (CP) Davic Albert Norhan, 30, charged with attempting to extort 000 from CP Air Aug. 25, was remanded for psychiatric ex- amination to Sept. 9 when he appeared in provincial court here. A man telephoned CP Air several limes that day, claim- ing explosive devices Were on several of its planes, then de- manded that CP Air vice-presi- dent J. K. Dakin deliver 000 in cash to a telephone booth in the city's Kitsilano district. The money was delivered and police staked out the booth jut nobody came for the cash. During the calls, flights wer'e delayed up to two hours while RCMP searched each plane for jombs, but none were found. The searchers were called off five hours after the first call. It says Mr. Smerchanski, 55, owed more tax than he paid in the 1945-59 period, the amounts ranging from in 1956 to in 1948. Mr. Smer- chanski, a geologist and a pro- spector, made his earnings in mineral exploration corporation dealings and real estate. Mr. Smerchanski is a mem- ber of the Commons finance committee and has been critical of government tax proposals under study by the committee. He is also a member of Com- mons committees on manpower and on regional development. He was a member of the Man- itoba legislature from 1962 to 19C6, when he was defeated. He ran for Parliament in 1968, de- feating Warner Jorgenson, his nearest opponent, by about votes. Mr.. Smerchanski says in his appeal that the revenue depart- ment didn't give him the facts on which the re-assessment was based. He was never "advised at any time of the full particu- lars of his alleged wilful evasion of income lax or fraud." He was denied access to his rec- ords and files after they were seized, ho says. His lawyers argue that the waiver was "against public pol- icy and public morality and is void of legal effect by reason of illegality of: consideration and by reason of undue influence and duress." DRUM RENTALS 53.50 PER MONTH MUSICLAND Cor. 3rd Ave. 13th St. S. Phone 327-1056 running a" place is'orthe b let your fingers do the walking through the YELLOW PAGES ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ON'S OPEN DURING THE NOON HOUR THROUGHOUT THE SALE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4th AND 5th BIG VALUES IN FURNITURE, STOVES, WASHERS, DRYERS AND BEDDING I AVENUE SOUTH EATON'S 3-Piece Bedroom Suite One only. Triple dresser and mirror, 4-drawer cHest end panel bed. >4 QQ SALE Sofa and Chair Excellent value here. Good choice of styles and colours. Three and four cushion models. SALE, 17ft fift 91Q QQ SOFA and CHAIR I I O.OO to C I 3.93 Sofa Bed Made by Sealy. Easily converted to comfortable sleeping use. Exceptional value at this 4 OQ QQ pricing. Two only, SALE.............. I Bunk Beds Maple frame with 36 inch spring filled maitresses and slat springs, ladder and guard rail, QQ SALE OO.OU Red! Bed One only. Black vinyl spring filled mattress. Biq value for a lucky Eaton customer. fl QQ QQ SALE.............................. I OO.OO Davenport and Chair Rfig. 174.99. One only. Low back, nylon covered. Concert raisin cover. Be promp'l for this value. 4 QQ SALE.............................. I OCF.O3 Kitchen Chairs Extra vir-.yl rovered padded chairs. Chrome or bronze in grey, yellow, blue and olive, Q 4 ft SALE................................ 0. IS SALE Mattresses, Box Springs cellent budget priced mattress. 9O QQ SALE tJJ.SJa Two piece unit. Mattress and box spring. QO CO Cribs and Mattresses CRIB. One only. Size 30x54 inches. Drop side. SALE____ CRIB and MATTRESS. Size 30x54 inches. SALE.............. CRIB MATTRESS. Made by Sealy. Size 27 x 52 inches. SALE QQ .33 12.95 Coffee and Step Table 11.95 Walnut finish. Arborife top. SALE, each................. top. Dinette Suite Vinyl covered, padded high-back chairs. Arborite table 5-piece suite. SALE 54.95 5-piece suite. SALE 72.99 7-piece suite. SALE 69.99 7-piece suite. One only. SALE 99.50 7-Piece Dining Set One only. Reg. 370.00. Fruilwood finish. 1 buffet server, 48" size, 5 side chairs, oval table with 2 leaves. Extends to 72 inches. O'JQ SALE.............................. Jl I 3.UU Continental Bed This unit is complete with mattress, box spring. Head- board and legs. 3'3" size. CO AA SALE DC.99 Dresser 3-drawer single dresser and mirror. Wood XO Cft grain walnut. SALE...................... "rfcaOU Unfinished Furniture DOUBLE PEDESTAL DESK. SALE 4q 99 TRIPLE DRESSER. SALE.......... MIRROR. SALE 1593 TRIPLE DRESSER. SALE 3fi'a5 i-DRAWER CHEST. SALE ZS'qS 4-DRAWWER CHEST. SALE 229S 3-DRAWER CHEST. SALE 5? 95 3-DRAWER CHEST. SAIE DOUBLE PEDESTAL DESK. SAIE............'___ 3o'qo BOOKCASE. SALE 15 SO DESK ON CHEST. SALE .................'___ NIGHT TABLES. SALE 10.95 Bedroom Suite 3-piece wood grain walnut suite. 54" panel bed, 4- drawer chest, triple dresser and mirror. Two only. SALE I O9.UU Bedroom Suite 3-piece suite in walnut finish. Double dresser and mirror, 4-drawer chest, 54" panel bed. OQ AA Two only. SALE I C9.UU Rug Remnants Reg. 1.49 to 6.98 marked to half price. Many colours and fabrics to choose from. A ti O A A SALE, each I HfS to VJ.'rJl Rugs Finished on sides and ends. Sizes from 3'x5' to 5'x7'. A good selection to chooso 4 Q OO CO. AA from. SAIE 19.09 to DJI.UU Stoves, Dryers, Washers And Refrigerators A collection of stoves, dryers, washers and refrigera- tors, all renovated. Low, low prices on these items. 29.00 SAtE TABLE LAMPS. SALE ___ BED LAMPS. SALE ___ Lamps Wash Basins Price 10.69 5.99 One only. Reg. 20.95. Sky blue. SAtE ____ One only. Reg. 14.50. Maritime blue. SALE 10.47 7.25 Hot Water Tanks Renovated only. Electric. OO Crt SALE OO.OU One only. Electric. SAtE One only. Gas. SAtE One only. Gas. SALE............................ Garden Tools A limited quantity of rakes and hoes. SALE, each 54.00 49.50 69.95 990 Recliners Vinyl covered. In avocado, persimmon and rust. SALE Share In The Savings During Our Warehouse Sale Friday and Saturday at 4th Ave. and 4th Street South. ;