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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 34-THE LETHBHIDGE AprlMO. 1974 When business was bad he said he couldn't afford advertising. When business was good, he said he didn't need advertising. For the life of us, we can't remember his name. Call 328-4411 The lethbridge Herald 'Serves the South' Laotian highway attacked VIENTIANE 150 North Vietnamese and Pathet Lao troops have launched a series of attacks along a strategic highway in southern Laos, sources in the capital said today. It was the first reported ceasefire violation since the Pathet Lao joined a coalition government with the con- servative-neutralist regime in Vientiane last Friday. Judge to hasten conspiracy trial Tax NEW YORK (AP) With John Mitchell ready to take the stand in his own defence, the conspiracy trial of the former attorney general and ex-commerce secretary Maurice Stans stalled today on a legal argument. Federal .Judge Lee Gagliardi denied defence lawyers the right to read the entire grand jury testimony of Mitchell to the trial jury. Mitchell is accused of lying before the grand jury. Gagliardi said he would per- mit parts of the grand jury transcript to be read, but he Explosion Greek oil wrecks tanker PHILADELPHIA (AP) Searchers plumbed the Dela- ware River today for eight persons missing from a Greek oil tanker that exploded and burned Tuesday night. One man was killed and 26 persons were injured or suf- fered exposure after the tanker Elias erupted in a ball of flame while moored in the river. Missing were five crew members, plus a mother and her two children who were visitors on the ship, the coast guard said Chunks of steel were hurled into the air and burning oil spread on the surface of the river. Libya requests industry TRIPOLI (CP) Libyan Prime Minister Abdel Salam Jalloud has called for the start of "immediate and revolution- ary steps for industriali- the Libyan news agency Arna reported Tuesday He called on Western oil- consuming countries to open this field of technology to the Arabs. Jalloud made the remark in his first public speech since a Revolutionary Command Council decree last week that Col. Moammar Khadafi would devote himself to ideological work while Jalloud took over political and administrtive affairs. Arna said Jalloud told a con- ference Monday the southern part of the Mediterranean would play a significant role during the next 50 years. He was quoted as saying that progress would be governed by the speed with which Libya and other Arab countries, bordering the Mediterranean, established their oil and petrochemical in- dustries. He added it is essential that the Arab countries of the Mediterranean bridge the gap, separating them from the industrialized West, by the vear 2000. Bridge results Ladies Wed. Afternoon D.B.C. Apr. 3. 1. Helen Foss and Pauline McLean; 2. Ena Turner and Irma Shaw; 3. Mary Heinitz and Doris Cranston. Hamilton Wed. Evening D.B.C. Apr. 3. N.S. 1. Mrs. H. E. Balfour and 0. B. Bentsen; 2. B. C. Evans and Rita Cemulini; 3. Ross Miron and W. D. Stitt. E.W. 1. Byron Nilsson and Bob Wobick; 2. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Potter, 3. David Miron and H. C. Ko. Novice Game April 3 1. Mary Ward and Ken Foster; 2. Rose Neidermter and Louise Kimber; 3. Myrna McDonnell and Christine Van der Lee. Thursday Night D.B.C. April N.S. 1. John Lebeau and Mark Yoshihara; 2. Byron Nilsson and Elmer Goodman; 3. R. J. Thielen and W. J. Ellert. E.W. l.Arlo Harris and Bob Wobick; 2. Pat Monaghan and Eileen Lynagh; 3. Muriel Barrow and Helen Foss. Friday Night D.B.C. April 5. N.S. 1. Bob Marshall and Chuck Sudeikat; 2. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Culler; 3. J. C. Landeryou and Bill Dodd. E.W. 1. D. E. Michaelis and George Roberts; 2. Florence Giffen and M. J. Grant; 3. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Layfield. Crews began surveying for pollution from the spilled oil early today. It was not known how much oil escaped as a re- sult of the explosion. Flames roared through the 650-foot vessel for more than two hours at the Atlantic Richfield Co. pier near refineries in South Philadelphia before firemen brought the blaze under control. Rescuers and police told of crew members from the burn- ing tanker leaping from the ship into the frigid water. Officials said the Elias was almost empty and was due to sail today. She had delivered barrels of Venezuelan asphalt oil Monday and was to finish pumping off by midnight Tuesday night. recessed the trial briefly while he decided which parts. The judge announced that the trial would be in recess on Thursday because of the death in the family of a juror. It was not clear whether a session would be held on Good Friday. The trial is in its eighth week. Mitchell and Stans are ac- cused of obstructing a Secu- rities and Exchange Commis- sion investigation into the operations of financier Robert Vesco in return for his secret contribution to President Nixon's 1972 re- election campaign. CASH DONATED The Vesco donation was the largest cash contribution re- ceived by the Committee to Reeled the President, which Mitchell and Stans took over after leaving the cabinet. The defence presentation was enlivened Tuesday by the appearance as a witness of a multi-millionaire insurance tycoon from Winnetka, 111, W. Clement Stone. His more- non-cash donation was the largest single contribution of the 1972 campaign. Stone testified he supported Nixon in 1968 and 1972 and pri- marily Republicans and "a few good Democrats" in 1970. But Gagliardi refused to let Stone say how much he gave Nixon and why, and the judge said he will not permit the defence to call as witnesses other large Nixon contributors. The defence wanted to call other heavy contributors in an effort to show that many of them had insisted on anonymity and were seeking no favors. For further information, call the District Taxation Office. If you live in a toll area, ask your long-distance operator for ZENITH 0-4000 and your call will be placed without charge. Q. Can I claim my father's funeral expenses on my income tax return as deductions? My father has been a dependant of mine. A. No. Funeral expenses are not an allowable deduction for income tax purposes. Q. I retired last year on a company pension, and also received the Old Age Security Pension and some investment income. Since my pension is less than my exemptions, no tax is deducted from it, but when my other income is added in I will have tax to pay. Is there some way I can pay my taxes so I won't be faced with having to pay them all at once when I file my return? A. If tax deductions are not being made on at least three- quarters of your income you are required to estimate the tax that will be payable for the year, and pay it in advance, by quarterly installments, on the last day of March, June, September and December, unless your tax this year or in the preceding year was not more than Your District Taxation Office will provide you with the forms and information on how to estimate and pay income tax in this way Q. My wife and I have a joint bank account. The payments into the bank account are made by me since my wife has no private income of her own. The T5 slips are made out in our joint names Should I still report the interest income on my tax return, including it with my income? A. Yes. All of the bank interest must be reported as your income since your wife's share of the money on deposit came from you. Q. I filed my income tax return two weeks ago but yesterday I received another T4 slip I jiad forgotten about. What should I do? A. Notify the Data Centre in writing and attach a copy of the T4 slip. Above all, do not file another return for this late T4 slip or for any other information slip you have received since filing your return. Be sure to quote your Social Insurance Number for proper identification when you write to your District Taxation Office. Q. I have received dividends from a taxable Canadian corporation and I am uncertain as to how I declare the income and tax credits on my 1973 income tax return. A. Under the Act, an individual is required to include in his income an amount 'equal to four-thirds of the dividend received Irom a taxable Canadian corporation. The individual will receive a dividend tax credit of 20 per cent of the "grossed up" amount in determining his taxes payable. 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