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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta APRIL 15, 1946 Popular Waterloo Youth Laid To Rest DISTRICT DOINGS TVATHiTON LAKES NAIOKAJU services for Griffith Marshall 21. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart of Water-ton Park, were held Wednesday afternoon at from the United Church. Pincher Creek, Her. Goddard conducting the service. Hundreds of sorrowing: friends Irons "Waterton Park. Pincher Creek and district. Macleod and Cpwley. __ ___ _ filled the church to overflowing as ciaresholmlliacksmita "and Weld- they assembled their last re- tog cbop operated bv Chris An- AT 'HAT MEDICINE and Mrs. L. K. former resi- dents, now of Summerland, B.C.. are visitors in the city iirith son, Larrv laidlaw and Mrs. Laid- law. They will also visit- Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Cory. MOVES TO CLAKESHOL5I A. McLeod of Letfabridge, has joined the tpecis to this young man, takes so suddenly tnrough a heart con- oition. Many and beautiful floral tributes banked the sltsr of the church as the hymns he Hills" and "Abide With Me" were sung. Pall- bearers were: Roy MeKenzie, cousin derson. 'Mr. McLead was formerly ernplovec at Bell's Blacksmith Shop in Lethfaridge for the past fire years, and is well-known to the residents ot the Claresholm dis- trict. _ _ Burden WJ. To chums, and Jack Dennis, Uoyd and Buck Jack of Pincher Creek. "Griff" Stewart was bom at Waterton Park and spent raost of his life here, where he attended public and high schools, before tak- ing his senior matriculation at Pincher Creek high. A studious and serious minded young lad, he had a keen sense of humor and was al- ways very thoughtful of others. Daring his early boyhood he ex- celled at hockey, being very speedy on ice. and active in all forms of athletics, uarticularly in boxing. In summer he could always be counted on to take part in either competitive of oiek-up ball teams. for he played excellent Softball and was always ready to enjoy the game. He leaves to mourn his loss his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Stew- "art and one brother John, all of Watertcn Park, and hosts of friends, young and old, to whom his pass- ing been a sad shock. Hold Easter Dance BtJRDEIT. work oa COA1DALE XOTES COAUDALB. (HSS) Mrs. C- Mr. and Mrs. C- Johnson, and p. xonon was pleasantly surprised few days in Calgary. j will leave oa Friday evening to rc- J. of "Calgary was in; turn to his home. Lornond lately for a few" days on Mrs. F. R_ amended the business. j annual meeting of the C.W.L. held; to spend a Danny Gerhen of Lomoad was at the home of Mrs. Humer in Bet- home. law on Wednesday aflemoon. of Lomoad was rushed "to the Vulcaa hospital last week with a broken ana. Mr. and Mrs. R. Frost went to Calgary on business recently. A shower was held in Lomond in .honor of Miss Betty Hoffman, who is to be married shortly. She re- ceived many gifts. V. Baker, from Calgary, was visiting here for a few days. Miss O. Digenstine was taken to a Calgary hospital, where she is taking treatments. Mrs. P. Lendstedt is home from the Calgary hospital, where she underwent an operation. Miss E. Bell went to Calgary re- cently- ENCHANT XOTES SPRING COULEE XOTES Tuesday when her daughter. Mrs. Vistula Berghell. Culver City, Calif., and her son. Laddie, arrived holiday at the Xenon j 30 stock ponds was to be cleaned ous and the rest to be enlarged. He figured that would take 80 or raore working days, three months the Canada Land and Irrigation Company had ;wo ssore months ol ditch diggirg to do as welL A dragline is available at 3ow Island and is expected here is. week looking for work. Mr. and Mrs. Prank (nee Gertrude Ham) of Calgary and Didsbury are guests at the home of the formers parents. Mr. SPRING COULEE. fHNS) and Mrs. J. P. Mailers, before go- The regular meeting of the tJnited j jng to Yarrow, B.C.. where they will Church Ladies' Aid was held recent- 3 make thesr h< ly as the home of Mrs. Leona j Miss Helen Thompson with 18 members pres- eat. Committees were appointed to i help at the sale of work and tea to j be held at the churc.3 on Wednes-] day, April 17. The program con-1 sisted of a song by Mrs. Jessie Munroe and a piano solo by -Miss J Arlene Rice. The May meeting will! be held at the home of Mrs. Georgia Rice. A lunch was served by Mrs.! assisted fay Mrs. Wood.! B.C-. Is Toting wiGi her sister, J. Ben Janz. aix! Mr. Jasz. Frank Knapp and sen, Bi2y, arrived from Burrahy, 3.C., to eaier on their spring farm wori. The Coaldale school board has i called a general meeting, to be held oa Monday. April 15. at the Martens i to discuss the building of a new- school or additions to the presses building. ORIENTAL OBtEXTATIOX Tee Mariner's comcass wa Martens of known to tiie ChJEese to 115 B.C. I Mrs. Georgia Rice hostess at a dinner bridge party on April 11." ENCHANT. (HNS) Mr. and I complementary to Mrs. O. Malia- Mrs. G. Macintosh and familv of 5 berg's birthday. Honors for the Income and Excess Profits Tax Service SECRETARIES LIMITED P.O. Bar 9tt S and 6 Acadia Bldy, 612 Srtl Ave. S- Phone 2S19 MANY AT FUNERAL OF MRS. WILLIAMSON DISSOLVED ORAL VACCINE CATARRH (SEE PAGE 8) (HNS) services for the late Mrs. Christine Ann Williamson, who passed away Sunday. April 7th, were held in the Champion Community foall Thurs- day, April llth, at pja., with the Rev. Peter Dawson officiating, at the conclusion of which the Or- der of Eastern Star funeral service was conducted, honoring Sister Wil- liamson, who had been a member of Champion chapter for many years. Born In Edinburgh, Scotland, In 1880, the deceased came with her husband to Canada in 1903, first settling in Manitoba, and to Al- berta in 1915. She took over the Al- berta Government Telephone agency here in 1924 uoon the death of her husband, a veteran of World War I. continuing in this work until 1943, when failing health forced her retirement. The large crowd of sorrowing friends and many beautiful floral tributes spoke the esteem in which the deceased was held in this com- munity. She an ardent church worker, member of the and Interested in ail projects for the betterment of Champion. During the service G. M. Campbell sang "Evening Prayer" and the United church choir and congregation sang "Abide With Me." "O God Our Help in Agest Past" and "Rock of Ages." Left to mourn her passing are three daughters: Mrs. J. Anderson of Chamnion. Mrs. M. Peeke-Vout of Victoria, B.C., and Mrs. J. Muir of Sarnia. Ont.; two sisters, Mrs. Ada Conkey of Creston, B.C., and Mis. Susan Smith in Scotland; seven grandchildren and one great- grandson. The pallbearers were: G. Voisey, J. A. Long, G. A. Orr, Ed. Marsh- man. D. Chamberlain and G. M. Campbell, all of Champion. Interment was in the Champion cemetery, Snodgrass Funeral Di- rectors of High River in charge of arrangements. Come and get it Garden! Hose Feet Regular 1-p'y garden hose to be sold by the foot in any length TOO need, but best be early. The price is only Lawn Sprinklers Rotary type, with adjustable nozzles for lawn or gardes. 2.49 to 4.95 YOU ALWAYS DO BETTER AT GLENWOOD NEWS Pour Foundations for Xew Ware- Arrives in Australia. GLENWOOD. (HNS) At the regular Lions Club meeting held last week, members discussed at- tendance at the district convention to be held next June at Waterton. Sir. and Mrs. Bruce Billingsley have returned to their farm home, after spending the -winter in Card.- ston. Rex Mowers was a business visitor in Glenwood on Friday and Satur- day last week- It is reported that Mr. aad Mrs. Van Lybbert had the misfortune to have their car break down while ea route to Salt Lake City. The car towed back to and the young couple went on by train. Cement was poured on Monday for the foundations of a new ware- house on the west side of the pres- ent garage by Jim Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Law have re- ceived word cf the safe arrival ol their son, Marion, in Australia, where he has gone on. a mission. The Study Group met on Mon- day evening of this week at the Grover Thomas home. The lesson was given by Clare Wight. After the lesion, discussion of the summer gardening project, took place. The first of this week saw a num- ber of families on the 3and, prepar- ing for seeding. Continued high winds the past two weeks have dried out the land considerably. BEAVER MINTES SOCIAL XOTES BEAVER MINTS. fHNS) A card party was heid at the- school Wednesday evening and the club made plans to make a quilt and raffle it. The prizes for the card party were won by Mrs. Carl Dun- well and Otto Hagglund, first. Con- solation prizes went to Miss Pearl Dunwell and Douglas Robertson. Mrs. Floyd Martin was a visitor at Legend last week. 'Mr. and Mrs. Alex Barclay mov- ed to the Nash flat last week. H. Jones of Pincher Creek U A message fo INCOME TAX PAYERS EARNING 51800 OR LESS Professor J. L. McDongall of Queen's University has informed a special committee of the Senate, that if co-operatives, crown companies, government and municipally owned corporations were'taxed on the same basis as other businesses, they would pay up to 125 millions of dollars in Income and Excess Profits Taxes annually. This means that 125 millions of potential taxes are not being collected. This additional burden is thrown on other businesses, big and small, and on individual income tax payers. It is the equivalent of for every individual income tax payer in Canada. If this 125 millions of dollars of revenue were collected, the Department of National Revenue could, without reducing its revenue, -wipe out the personal in- come tax on taxpayers with incomes below A New Danger Has Arisen This situation is in danger of becoming worse instead of better. A Royal Commission has recommended that profits, if paid out as patronage dividends to customers, should be treated as an expense in com- puting taxable income. If this recommendation be- comes law, any business could then pay out all, or practically all, of its profits as patronage dividends, leaving nothing to tax. There can be no objection to the payment of patronage dividends. That should be .the right of any business. But as long as there is a tax on income or profits, all profits must be subject to income tax. Patronage dividends should be paid only from taxed profits. Tcf deduct patronage dividends before computing taxable income would undermine the whole income tax structure. The result would be an increased burden of income taxes for individuals. Unloading the Tax Burden on You The rapid expansion of co-operatives during recent years of high taxation has been due to the fact that they have been able to escape paying income tax. Should this tax inequality be allowed to continue? If so, this country will witness the expansion of great tax-free co-operatives and the gradual elimination of tax-paying privately-owned business. That will mean millions more in income tax revenue lost to the govern- ment. Can" individuals be expected to shoulder this extra burden of taxation? Revision of The Income War Tax Act, insofar as it concerns Co-operatives, will come before the current Session of Parliament. It is of utmost importance that such revisions shall bring tax equality to all groups; We urge that the income tax payers of Canada insist that their elected representatives in the House of Commons see that the heWy burden of income tax is shared fairly by all. The Income Tax Payers Association bos objection to tbi principles of co-operaiive trading. If should be the right of every Canadian to trade as be desires. Our is ta ensure that no section of business unloads its share of income taxation and cost of the war on other business or on individual income taxpayers. TH P. A. All income tax (except employees of income tax exempt concerns) are eligible for membership in the Income Tax Payers Association. If yoa wish Io become a member, sign and mail the attached application form and enclose membership fee of Jl.OO. Mail either to Winnipeg or Toronto; Income Tax Foyers Association; Toronto or Winnipeg. I htrebr iDplicirion for laetatttrMp io th< Intone Tn AMOCUtioa led tadtat herewuii toesnbewhip fee o! Jl-OO. Strut AJJrrn WRSTS OTTAWA Yoa can assist in correcting this unfair tax stsmioa by immediately to the GoTernmeat urging equitable applicaaoa of Income Taxation to ail forms of business. Fill out and mail the foraw No postage is reqcirei Hoa.J.t.TMer, Misiner of rtaucts Cxtttdl- 1, iaepsac armooa oa extctlr the buis oa ill foraw of coeanerotl enterprise, Crows coacems. 2. pitroDzge dirideodj. tad Sile suymeas. fee allowed u u expeax before minac taxable AMros. INCOME TAX PAYERS ASSOCIATION LOMBARD BUILDING, WINNIPEG 92.ADELAIDE STREET WEST, TORONTO INEWSPAPERif NEWSPAPER! ;