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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Plan Canadian movies Benson: U.S. surcharge 27, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HIRAID 17 TORONTO (CP) Astral Films, largest Canadian-owned movie distribution company, has gone into the movie making business by investing in two full-length films. In the last two months, Astral has invested a minimum of each in Another Smith For Paradise, being made in QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Cartifitd Denial Mechanic Capitol Bldg. PHONE 328-7684isB thai is badly needed is an inter- national success. We have to be accepted on the international scene. Now we're just toler- ated." Vancouver, and Hang Up, to be shot in various Ontario locations starring rock singei Robert Charlclxris. "I believe what is lacking in the Canadian film industry is Astral President Jerry Solway said Thursday in an interview. "Both large theatre-owning companies (Famous Players and Odeon) are controlled by foreign interests. And 80 per cent of the distribution compa- nies here are foreign owned." Astral has financial interest per cent or 16 movie theatres across Canada. Mr. Solway said: "A thing i ing to her campaigns. going to hurt TO H 0 N T (I Tin iMIili'l'S I'OPI! CASTEL GANDOLEO, Italy (Heulci) Mary, a leading British opponent of por nography and other works that she regards as unwholesome. had an audience with Pope Paul and said lie had given his bless- luiwr ni'ii' .-ulclitioiiiil problems immediately. duties remiiin cm imports from "But Ihe longer the surcharge Canada, tin1 s'l-ealer will lie llie j continues lo apply to Canadian damage lo ail pans of Ilir Cana-1 exports, the greater will be llie dian economy, Finance Minister adverse impact throughout the E. .1. HIMIMJJI said Thursday J whole Canadian economy." A text of the minister's "II is pi cihable that Ihe initial: speech was given to reporters in impact of the surcharge on the i advance of delivery. Canadian as a whtilo lie said there were important will nol bi' loo he lold signs of good recovery in the the Law SocH-fy ori-pper Can-! Canadian economy al mid-year, ada, "allliutiKli ei'rUin sectors' including growing relail sales, Simpsons- Saturday S Sale Starts At 9 a.m. Personal Shopping Only Please Girls' Co-ordinates 4.99 up Machine washable "Courtelle" fabric in Day Only School Supply Values 225 PADDED REFILL Filled Slip Covers 1 JiQ 1 0 QQ and J-rfi.OO Smarl roller prints on woven coll on. Machine washable. fi! mosl 2 ond 3 cushion sofos. or navy. Many co-ordinating pieces to choose from. Sizes SHEET REFILLS cliairs. Reg. Caf. and Girls' INDEX DIVIDERS Ladies' Blouses LOOSE LEAK PAPER 1 Reg. 2flc OP 5 EXERCISE BOOKS SjXM't Shirls .49 UP Sleeveless, short sleeve or long sleeve styles in white, pink, blue, yellow, navy, liloc and ossf. prints. Sizes 10-18. Reg.. to HILROY EXERCISE BOOKS Reg. 84c. 2 POCKET ZII'PEJl BIXDEJf TOTE BAG AND PENCIL CASE 'J s s iinorf sleeve shirts of pernia presl coHon and poiyesior. Asscricd paltorns. S.M.I. Men's Furnishinqs Ladies' FILLED BINDER Alhlelic Tops 4.99 Up Textured forlrel, arnel and cottons in pull-on styling. Pink, lilac, yellow, blue, white, beige. Sizes 42-44. Reg. to FILLED BINDER Look MATH INSTRUMENT SET 1 Reg. SI. as. WET LOOK PENCIL CASE (III Reg. lor VINYL PAGE PROTECTORS Ill ior 1.99 in easy care col Jon. Sizes S.M.L.XL. Packaged in 3's. Reg. Men's Furnishings BOARD Flatware 0] CLIP BOARD Sniiuwear Re, OF 20 I PENCILS HAND PACK ART BOOK Reg 49c Prirc 2.50 to 6.50 for 6 designed for long life and SCRAP BOOK regular S5 lo SI3 swimwear priced (o ing beauly by Imperial International. T SCRAP BOOK Furnishings Ladies' Squall Jackets 1.99 uP Oxford weave nylon, polyesler or cotton jackets in green, navy, pinkr white. Sizes 10-18 and 5.M.L. Reg. to Ladles' Body Shirts Reg. 513. SO V.V Machine woshoble long sloeve shirjs have fashionable zip-up collar. Navy, brown or purple. Sizes S.M.I. lies" Corduroy Jeans Rccj. i7 93 Lady Wrangler slove-pipe slyle jeans in green, rose or blue. Sizes 10-18. Ladies' Sportswear Girls' Underwear NOW ONLY eo, Made of pre-shrunk 100% cotton interlock. Features replaceable elastic waistband. While. Sires 8-14. Girls' Kuil Shirts SPECIAL 100% texlured permonenl press nylon. Long sleeves, pointed collar. Sizes 10-18. Assorted colors. Ladies' lh.s. Seed RoH. 4.44 pQpulcji Green Coai pel lawn seed special blended far wesiem condifilons. Covers 1500 Fl. Girls1, Teens' Shorts 99cup BermLxlos, Jamaicas or short shorts of nylon, ferry or cotton denim. All in a wide variety of colors. Girls' 7-14. Teens' 8-1 4x S.M.L. Girls' Tools LAWN ELH.EIl Reg. 53.59 GARDEN SPADE Reg, :i.ns LONG HANDLE SHEARS Reg. S4.98 Weed killer 1.49 Liquid wecder suiialj'e for lawns. 16-oz. can cJilnk-s 2 tablespoons per gallon of water. Garden Shop Teens' Balliiiig Snils Reg. to 4.99 Assortment of 2-pce. and bikini swimsuits in nylon, cottons and blends. Broken size range. Girls' LAWN HAKE 1 IU-g. 55.69 BROOM RAKR 1 TO Reg, 'I.-11 x 75' maXKOlU'ED HOSE Reg, ST. !i" i 50' REINFORCED HOSE 1 Reg. SC.S9 Kcpcllenl 59c bpi ny far skin or clolliing. Effective wilh oJc. Available in (he Garden Stiou. Garden Sliop 24" Gourmet Barbecue Reg. o-posilion spit ond motor. Chrome plated grill. Built-in warming Wagon Grill 1 Reg. S22.98 V 3-posilion grill and spit. 5" wheels foi cnsy j moving. Barbecue 16.99 Wilh wen m ing ov-un, 6- position spil 5" w h i o 1 R o k o d enamel finish. STORE HOURS: Open Doily 9 o.m. lo p.m. Wednejdny 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thursday cind Fridny 9 n.m. i0 pin Ccnlrc Village. Telephone 358-9531 of the economy will face serious employment and capital txpcn- ditures, but the Nixon announce-' mcnls casl a cloud on Ihe out- look. The new duties would affect exports to Ihe U.S., and the gov- ernment was emphasizing I Washington oflicials just how serious a hardship this could in- flict on Canada. It was also arguing that action that impaired the growth of our econcmy would only im- pair the growth of U.S. sales in Canada, llie United Stales' lore- most export market.'1 On the subject of lax reform, he said the present system ol federal sales taxes is likely lo remain basically Ihe same for several years. He did nol propose lo make any furthci basic revisions ol tax law after Parliament deals with his new bill on personal and corporation income taxes this fall. Moreover, when the federal government takes up the sub- ject ol sales and other commod- ity taxes "il will likely be Ihe responsibility of a different min- ister of finance.11 He did not elaborate. He is believed never lo mentioned in public the possibil- ily of leaving Ihe finance porllo- I lio. Rather, the remark seemed i to emphasize tliat he is nol planning further basic tax law revision for some years, lie said many people seemed lo think thal the income tax law revision was only the first step. PEAKS UNFOUNDED "I can assure you thai noth- ing is further from the truth.'' IK said. "We are not about lo drop the other shoe. Both shoes are already on the A committee of the law soci- ety recently criticized the new income tax bill as loo complex, and containing too anom- alies. Ml'. Benson said thai when Parliament resumes Sept 7 lo take up Ihe lax bill, he will an- nounce some proposed changes resulling from consullalions he has had with lawyers, ac- countants, and others since he introduced Ihe bill June 18. It was necessarily complex, but he believed thai sufficient study would make the hill more easily understood than llie presenl Income Tax Act. The government is examining the subject of taxing charitable donaticns. to determine whether tlie presenl definition of a chari- (able organization is broau enough, A committee of govern- ment experts will also examine how pension plans sculd he registered and de registered. He also said the depreciation em of allowing depredation write-offs as a business expense for tax purposes, in effect for "0 years, should be reviewed, but "such a review is some ;eaj-s away, and I think it's fair to that when it is undertaken, il will likely be the responsibility of a different minister of fi- nance.'1 Crestbrook company cuts loss CRANBROOK. BC. (CPl Crestbrook Forcsl Industries Ltd. reports a S2.592.45G loss for Ilia first half of 1971. com- pared with a loss of S3.08S.OW in i.'ie first half of Company president V. C Brown said in a statement an improvement in operations linr] continued through M a y June into July. Sales in (lie first half were com pared will] S12.285.00H of she first half of 11170. Pulp production wae up H per cent, lumber 42 cent, and plywood 12 per cetil The company operales a day bleaclicd krall jjulii mill Skootiimcliuck and xin miiis in Cranbrook and Canal Flalx in tlic Koolenavs. B.C. ruled kings of I lie loam CRESTON. B.C. (CPl In- ferior Breweries Lid. rcporls a H5-pcr-ccnt in nci pi'df- it year ended lUarch up lo Per share earnincs :T) romp.-jrc'd M'ijh I'li tviii.- lo Jlarch 31. 1970. President H, Klakely said company sales were up per cenl at He told the annua1 ineelinfi thai Rriiish Cohun'.iia's por bcei1 was Hie of any inco in Canada f o i' (ho firs! c months of this year Uc quoled figures of fi..'ili gal- lons consumed ir B.C. compared willi 11.311 nallnn.-. n Ontario and Kallon.s in Quebec. i CONSERVATIVE LETHBRIDGE-EAST A YOUNG FAMILY MAN A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESSMAN CGKfilUNITY-MINDED MAN i; A POSITIVE MAN RICHARD A VOTE G OE TAXATION CENTAL CARE LANCED RESOURCE REALISTIC ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS RESPONSIBLE WELFARE MORE AUTONOMY FOR LOCAL GOVERNMENTS IS A VOTE FOR EFFECTIVE SMATION FOR .RiDGE EAST i rSIl, Richard X Aulliorlicd hy PARTON CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE ;