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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD MONDAY, APRIL 29, 1946 CONDEMNED, MARRIED, PRAGUE. April so on con- j gsasj-ine.. was asou., j sad holding Paul Cloutier, 19. as a j hostage, made good their brought the ia-iica- j OTTAWA. April younger Cloatier j.vas dropped that tie generalissimo may be Maurice Etaplessis of Quebec this the bandits on an g -jet: for a counter-move in: afternoon roM the Dominion-Pro- i a of a referendum to test: vincia! conference that no one had; _, _ v, r of his people. j a mandate or the power :o change 1 Mr Cloutier. Paul and a caugh- s see Use possibility of a j federative svsteai under which Iter- HlSa- "_ attire, were as the siinounceEKat tisa_: Canada BOW tv-aJs beisg gweroed. forced at gunpoint from their quar- to the ters above the bank chamber. Taey conference as were to the bank vault where ciscourage risk-i Addressing thdll be based on the re-cms of agreement- It agreement is not reached, final nf rr-p> free to -whatever steps are necessary to meet tiie einergencjr- 7. The Dominicn will- In the case of the companies whose main DUSi- ness is generating for distribution to the public or distributing elec- trical energy, gas and steam, pay to the province concerned the Dominion's net corporation in- come tax collections from such com- panies, in respect to such busiaess- Tltis payment to a provincial gov- BORROWING CAN BE GOOD BUSINESS... Do you need Money for Taxes? a budge: nevertheless have to be pro- ceeded immediately. In such case full account; have to be fakpn of the termii-ation of e-dst- ing tax agreements with the pro- vinces, and. the situation, then result. -will agreements, and amounted in On- tario's case to S23.964.039. -sill be paici to the provincial governments iOAX OXL.C 5. It shall be clearly estab- lished by explicit terms in the new agreement that in agreeing to rent the fields of corporation and personal income taxes, dnr- insr the term of the agreemrnt, the provinces shall not be deemed to have surrendered, abandoned, or given over to the Dominion government, any of the powers- rights, privileges or authority vested in the prov- inces nnder the terms of the British Xorth America Act, 1867. or any subsequent act of the parliament of the United. King- dom or otherwise to have im- paired any of such powers, rights, privileges, or antfiority. 6. The Dominion government will make available to the Drovincial Do'iuinion govern tignh -will governments and municipal councils have to use its powers foreign exchange require.! to meet; to the full extent necessary to meet j tnear existing external; causations its heavy satioaal and international j m Jhe States at pansy finsririg? obligations and commit- i excnange. men-s There is, perhaps, a third 7. The Dominion government will alternative- Is may be thai; at the assmne the r_ill_ of relief for present plenary session something as yet undisclosed may be proposed unemployed employables. 3. The Dominion government which would offer a better "solution. assume the fall cost of old age pen- In view of the urgency of preparing i SIGHS and pensions for the blind. '9. Tlie statutory subsidies payable to the provinces for their surrender of customs and excise duties under the British -Sbrth. America Act shall not be deducted from the rental payments to be paid tc the provincss. j URGES NEW SYSTEM 10. Folio-sing the ratification of the nepr agreement; steps will be taken the co-ordi- nating committee, -with the assist- ance of the economic committee and such other assistance as may be deemed advisable, to conduct a thorough examination. 01- the whole Dominion and provincial budgets. decisioa oa aay'such proposal would necessarily nave to be resched without delay." PEMLANENT CO5CHITTEE 2Ir. Tying suggested that, once agreement has been reached, the economic conutti-tls-e of the conference, made np of Bo.-nin- ion and prorincial tectirjca? ex- perts, could with a. permanent .secretaris.. to facili- tate Dominion Provincial co- It could meet at least twice a year throughout the period of the agree- If yon ire short of cash to pay TOUT Income of other taxes, a B of M perioaaJ be the answer to your need; See the micager of accouataat of your neighbourhood B of M branch. You -will like their help- PERSONAL LOANS (or CTt-7 useful purpssi UKSER LOWS AT ment to exchange information at Canadian tax structure for the pur- tile tecinucal level and to pu; its members in a position to advise their respective governments on ways and means of furthering the objectives of the agreement, ants on other subjects of mutual ana na- tional interest. The co ordinating committee, made up of air. King, senior cabinet, ministers and provincial premiers, might remain formally in existence, and might meet t._-ienever it appear- ed desirabls in the general interest. "It would be otzr hope that further conference and consultation between the Dominion and the pro- vinces, carried on in this or some similar way, vrould over the next three years bring us close to a permanent soiation of the problems of Dominion Provincial co-oper- ations." said llr. King. DREWS STATE-tfENT Premier George Drew of Ontario pose of establishing a new and re- vised system of taxation which .f leave clearly defined and clearly divided taxing powers to tee Domin- ion and provinmal governments. 11. The Dominion government undertake that if the tenns of the new agreement, a satisfac- tory basis is not established for an improved system of taxation, it. will reduce its taxes on corporation and personal incomes suSic.enUj to ea- abie the provinces to re-enter those fields of direct taxation upon the termination of the agreement now under niscussion. ilr. Drew explained that his speech was prepared before he had Prepare For ae ummer rvng Drive in and let us give your car a Free inspection and estimate on the cost necessary to condition it for care-free summer driving. We are fully equipped to perform the following services; WASHING LUBRICATION SIMONIZING MOTOR TUNE-UP ENGINE OVERHAULING BODY AND FENDER REPAIRS CAR AND TRUCK REPAINTING DRIVE IN ANY TIME BENT CHEVROLET-OLDS. LTD. Two locations: 7th St, South. _ PHOJfE 2621. CHEVROLET AXD OLDSMOBH-E CARS CHEVROLET AN3 MAPLE LEAF TRI.CKS heard -Mr. Bang's remarks. He said the federal proposals with respect to succession duties, gasoline and amusement taxes were new but did __________ r.oz substantially change what he told the conference that his govern- j meat is prepared to rent personal ...ilr- Drew adaed tnat "except to income and corDoration tax fields !ths extent they may be vaned by to the federal government if the anything that happens here this Dominion agrees to give up succes- morning Ontario would stand or. sion dudss and five other fields of 1 proposals aie mace in her direc; taj-ation. Ol January. He spoke after Frtae iS-iister fn his Prepared brief Mr. Drew ilackenzie King asked the provinces to give up income, corporation and 1 H16 inheritance taxes in return for an niaae to tne annual subsidy of per capita. mzr.ts last Janua-y Mr. B-ing any province i to continue collecting cession duties could do so but -sub- j sidy pajTnents would be reduced ac- cordirigiv. The Dominion also gei'out of other fields, thss coula only be rega-ced gasoline and amusements. i provinces accepted reduced subsi-; Wlierever one goes the same question is put: "Are Trieste and going to remain, BRITONS 3IIGRATE TO SOtTTH AFRICA JOHANNESBURG Hun- dreds of 3riti-h e-x-servicemen, most of them, skilled artisans, are making every, effort to come to South Africa to settle. The London office of the 1820 Memorial Settlers' Association has become so busy that- a man Sroni use head office in Capetown has been sens to England to help -with the rush of work. At least 500 former members of the R.A-F. who left- their South African wives in the Union, be arriving In this country ia batches as si-icping becomes -available and will all reach the Union long before the end of this year. Apare from these 500 men, there are hundreds of British ex-service- men engaged to South African girls, most of -whom have jobs to come to, KING REVIEWS BOT SCOUTS Threat of veterans to take over! of Gen. Braja Mihailovich. former tomes in Ke- Chetnik leader in I'.sgcslavia. Veterans" Land Ace homes lowna's outskirts, which they claim will cost more than the act allows them, was expressed in a message sent to federal officials Saturday by the Canadian I.egion and Kelowna rehabilitation committee. CREDIT UNION HEAD They are FO. Nor-nan and FO. Thomas Bradsha... Boih were kev operators in organizing, with the aid of Mihailovich. the mass escaoe of 2-52 American airmen from Yugoslavia August 22. 1944. RUBBER STRIKE MAY 2T EDMONTON. April eph Robitaille of Edmonton was re- elected president of the Credit; Union League of Alberta at the closing sessions of the fourth an- nual convention here Saturday. A. M. Munro of Lethbridge" was elected a director and will repre- sent; the league at, the national con- vention. NEW SOAP SQUIRTER WINDSOR, England, April (C-P. Cable) Wearing civilian Denver, Colo, clothes, the King Sunday acknow- ledged the salute of Boy Scouts from all parts of Britain by raising his bowler hat during a march past in the grand quad- rangle at Wincsor Castle. It was the first time he had not worn a uniform on an occasion of tr-is kind since before the war. SCHENECTADY. N.Y.. April 29 electronic soap dispenser, which automatically squirts liquid soap when the user's hands break a beam of light, has been develop- ed jointly by the General Electric Company arfd. the E. J. Scarry Co-, TORONTO, April Mustin. chairman of the strategy committee of the United Rubber Workers (CXO.) stated last night that the deadline for strike action in the Canadian rubber industry has been set for May 27. NEW SPORTS EDITOR and they are tiring to get to the j recess Union as soon as possible. early. MEAT WORKERS DT AUSTRALIA STRIKE SYDSBY, Australia, April strike of meat workers created a critical meat "shortage throughout the Svdnev area over the week-end. Strikers said the would be extended to a ban on processing and distribution of butter and bacon. The dis- pute began Tuesday when two meat workers were dismissed from the Riverstone Abattoirs for ringing the "smoking bell" (signal for a brief TORONTO. April Munns. 42. is the new sports editor of the Toronto Globe and Mail. He succeeds Vern DeGeer. who resign- ed. Sir. Munns was the newspaper's sports editor until 1938 vrhea he shifted to the newsroom where he became city editor. He started scons with the old Toronto Globe in 1920. for smoking) five for Goodness sake-Try Red Rose REDROSE "is good tea" Cut furnace drudgery- reduce fuel bills enjoy automatic heating comfort with a FAIRBANKS-MORSE Automatic COAL STOKER Here's automatic heating comfort and lower fuel cosw combined. Evsn heating just set the thermostat to the temperature you want, and the automatic controls keep it that way. dean heat, too. No loose, dusty ashes to dirty up the house. Coal conveyed automatically to the firebed. lust fill the hopper once a day less in milder weather. Then a couple of times a week lift out a solid clinker. Economical, because you use lower-cost stoker coal and the automatic controls regulate its flow to the firebed, where every unit of heat is extracted from it. See the Fairbanks-Morse Automatic Coal Stoker TO- DAY! It's easier and more economical to make instal- lations NOW; pro- j a readjustment of taxing I powers muss taks place which wmld i cifis or vithcrau-al of some governmentj ieave government in assured] corporat minion on these cZor.ditions: Jem of pavinents. vacate and enter during the term of the agree- ment the fields of taxa- duties; gasoline tax: amusement tax: race track paii-mmuei tax: security transfer tax and eiectrici'y. 2. That the DoirJnion recognize priority of prcTirscia! taxation -vrith respect to mining and Jogging op- erations. 3. The Dominion Till give a defi- nite undertaking no: to enter anv field of direct taxation other than 1 personal and corporation income I taxes, for the life of the agree- ho-R-ever. I double taxation must be avoided! 1 and the only toat this can be 1 achieved, and at the same time the i only way that the provincial gov- ernment' can retain any pretence of financial autonomy, is for the Dominion government to retiro from all tr.e minor fields of direct I 4. The subvention holdbacks, made i up of money deducted from to' time by the Dominion government, i under the wartime tax suspension -T..t.on.inion government now asks for tJr.e exclusive of {toe of yUCCe5s.oi_ duties. is a new. concession -s-hich the DO- mir.icn government expressly stated it was not seeking even during the emergency period of the -war agree- ments. THe Dominion government siso that it remain ivt other fields of direct taxation which it never at anv time entered until the recent period of ezaer- i Thermostat Confrol, con- Teoiendy located, keeps house at required tem- perature. Exclusive F-M Bre-TroF, regulztes air to assurinj; perfect combus- tion of MADE IN CANADA Furnace Troubles Disap- pear no need to worry about the fire evea on the coldest nights. Even, Healthful Heat ZTT all parts of the house; no ups and downs as ia hand f-rinz. CHARLTON and HILL SHEET METAL AND ROOFING CONTRACTORS 302 NINTH STREET S. PHONE 25BB 2: JEWS PA PER I NEWSFAPERl ;