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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta H THE lETIIRRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Amjuil 30, 1971-------- Keeps up OH corporations Lewis lashes of paying incentive grants By JDK DKITUIS WINMPF.d (CT) na-licwal louder David Lewis feished out Tuesday nt (lie fed-tral system of paying incentive grants lo corporations, saying many of tlieso grants are. non taxable ami, in such cases as the1 fowl and chemical industry, results in u loss of jobs. Mr. U'wis. starling the of a pre-election CLiir.-paign tour which lias so Win lo Ihe Martimes nnd Ontario, told a service club non-taxable grants illustrate the way Ihe federal government accepts "the notion that corporate claims come first." Tax laws make income from unemployment insurance and old age pensions taxable in the hands of individuals but "many government grants to corporations are not taxable nnd not added to Ihe income of Ihe "stark fuel" reflects what In1 described as the inequalities and power of the corporations. Mr. Lewis is lo spend three days l Manitoba, visiting here, Daiipl n and Thompson, before rctun ng to Ottawa. His speech here marked the first line in his current 'our that 1 e has concentrated on the grants program, particularly DRKB, ttie Federal Agency Designed to encourage industry in have-nol areas. Mr. Lewis told his Winnipeg New Dief book SASKATOON1 (CO The new John Dicfenbakcr hook, to on sale in early featuios a collection of speeches selected and edited by 13. T. (Hcrll Richardson, loisf! time Canadian newspaper figure and former uiilor of the old Toronto somo grants ami tax concessions result in new Jobs, "lint question that we are getting Iho best possible value for our He said between 1909 and 1DTO DKEK grants to the fowl and beverages industry totalled Siy.-l million and were aimed at creating jobs. Hut Ihe total employment in the industry had instead dropped by one-half of one per cent between and Mr. I.ewis said, benefit two ways. Tile law permits (hem to avoid (heir slmrc of natonal revenues "and the system of grants enables their, to' dip into Ircasury for funds provided mainly by Ihe ordinary individual taxpayers." ree char CALGARY (CP Three men from Marysvillc, Calif., have been charged with attempted nninler ami with violence alter the healing last week of two pensioners. George William in hcu'liug ol 24, Robert William Yore, 25, and Robert li. Baldwin, 25, were remanded when they appeared in provincial court here. Pensioners Harry Johnston, 72, and Stewart Hcdykson, 85, were found severely beaten men week In separate rooms of their hoarding house. The three, along with Mrs. Vera Lynne Lancaster, 19, and Judy Diaiinc liniley, 17, have also been charged with armed robbery of a small gorccry nnd a hardware store. Choice..........28-oz. tin Solo FROZEN PEAS 39" V Carlton Club, asst. flavours 26-oz. screw top bottles PLUS DEPOSIT Choice 2-lb. pkg. FRESHENERS 2 1M b for I I" BRAND 17-oz. cterotol tin MILK POWDER BRAND Instant Skim 3-Ib. pkg. I .59 FRESH GGS Canada Grade A Large D 48 fl. oz. tins Stokely Van-Camp 14 fl. oz. tins Capri pkg. Silver-woods 1 gal. Asst. Flavors Plastic Container........ Salmon Flesh Jumbo ;