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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 THI UTHBWD6I HttALO 4, 1972 Income Tax Act baffling to public Bv Maurice Western, Ottawa commentator for IT Do it yourself ri nks vTnai better "sray to promote a muniiy spirit than to throw everyone into a' for the oetterment pi the neighborhood? This is the tiiink- ins behind the city faihers decision :o" flood requested areas, providing the users take the responsibility for val Bill BrowiL sa- remove the suov from, nnsb aitsr they have adecnaielv serviced ciiy streets, but for ordinary it is strictly up to the users. The city geared to flood eight initial neighborhood areas. The bank- ing is already under- pay to allBvr the soaked in water to "create a frozen zone so surface flooding can c-e carried Plans call for the flooding of several scdi- tioggl areas as the "tinier prC'grssses. Some 18 requests for park and va- cant land flooding have already been received at city hail "with more ex- pected- Some of the requests must necessarily be turned due to the face the land is too uneven or is too far removed from city hydrants. A section at the end of Hen- derson Lake "will be sectioned off for skaters -srlta a larger area consider- ed should the depth of ice warrant it. A section to facilitate ice fishing is also in the "inter recreation plan. The only hitch in this do it-your- self Blan is the possibility that skat- ers Trill "let Jo'e do when it comes to clearing, instead of Bitching in to make the clearing a joint effort Providing everyone gets into the right SDirit this could be the greatest winter for skating Leta- Eric se has ever knovrn. Indians want education imersst in ecucation disr-laved b" scuihern Alberta's In- to meet today's job-market require- ments. Present trends point to a con- tinning desire among Indian ycong people to up-grade their qualifications both in the vocational and academic fields, One third of the registrants in_ the evening courses offered on the Blood reserve are engaged in completing their high, school graduation require- ments. Another third are. preparing themselves for high school entrance. StiH others are enrolled in vocation- al and general interest courses. in the Indian Affairs department as counsellor-assistants, social service Trcrsers and educa- tion counsellors seem to be attractive to Indian young people. Some 23 In- dians, from the "three prairie prov- inces have enrolled in the one-year counselling and guidance course cur- rently offered at the Lethbiidge Com- mtmiry College, established to pre- native young people for such osDortnnities.' This course is being studied by the provinces of Quebec, Saskatchewan and B.C. Another learning: opportunity for In- dian currently being explored is the" establishment of evening cour- ses on the Peigan reserve. Eeiih Robin, director of continu- ing education at L-CC. has praise for the determination being shown by so many of the native people. He has seen" the LCC-sponsored evening courses, established on. the Blood reserve in 1863. from the initial registration of 15 to the present 100 snd the courses offered increase from a single course to today's academic and vocational variety. The Indians have also appointed, their OWTL five man education committee to head St. Paul's Learning centre. Reports of landlord discrimination, unreasonable rent deposits and sit- uations vs'hieh contribute to transitory livins" conditions for the Indian stu- dent "can only discourage him in his desire to better himself and. v-nll most certainly promote a lack of confid- ence so essential to the Traiigrt stu- dent if he is to succeed. Many have left fgmfiigr liome- surrocndings in their TDfcrsuii of Isansng. Haw much. easier it vranld. be for them if Leth- foridss residents vere to the confidence is them that Mr. Robin has ERIC NICOL Grey Ccp. A thse lor 3ecer ass cf tie scciologkal iaspiicaisocs of spec- tsSor sport. (Scaad cpr the bey gigged.) As sport has beeoaift au estecsasn of tfce ego of ay- eragej betero-sezsalr male mesoisorph.. is, Joe Fas ipaih fee fer- i-nes of- Ms teas. When fee tears it is- cot Eeref? a dozen footballers or a bezscbload cf bodcsy payers feat have been defeated. Joe Fan. has suffered "a blew to that secstrre area of his bessg kscwc. as -sviere be Where ne lives Is sot to be coofased Ms gsograpbieal Some iaen -wEcse boSes reside is, say, Lethbridge, Alia., have a strong esastiGBal depecdeuce on the Calgary Stsmpedersr cer Bay ic-eniiSes Bobby EuH of Jets. ezolaiws is aE' snt ia pro ssort. Every Scsiday cf North Americas ssaks gather, in sta- diums esd aroCTd TV sets, act to an essertaiTBag game bci to spiritual susfeenance frcsa tbe victory of the Bcnsft team over tie enemy. Way ebe would 70, 000 supposedly ratiocal persocs sit in poor- ing raik to 22 beie- motfcs ia tedious coSsicn'? For Joe Fan, vfco spends most of fee rest of las week his self-esteera bemg piaoed dcTra by a b fac- tory or cfrLcSj tbe tnunjpii of the home tovsn team erases, if only temporarily, bis image, of iomself as 4 loser. Fear a few hoars tfce partacfee once more fiotters on bis bat, tbe old teststerone gargles coc- fidently, arsd be sweeps' bis --ife off to bed the primordiai of top beast. Bot when ibe borne team is here is the tragedy. The gun sounds, azd blows a bole in Joe's majjriood. Each Sun- day in the U.S. UDioid millions cf raiddie- sen scffsr 21 varyisg de- gree. When wives ten them to take cot tbe garbage, feey dnnb irso tfce can wfSi it and subside under tbe M, It foOows feat, in a cir? pro foot- ball end hockey teanss sc-eai more tirae ia tbe ceBar a stuEip. a sigclScaiac proportion of tfce nale popolaton 1-zs bad the cock knocked oct of ss waSc sore or less pensasently- A case in post Is Vascaev-er, B.C. As result of the perforniaace past several years of both t6e B.C. Li'Sis and the Vaacocver Canocks, there Eve ia aod arocnd. Vaaxfuver many mec display tbe classic symptoms of impotence. That is, they may stay a -wtrraau fer fee Srst baJf, bat fees tbey start to fumble acd lose'feKr poise -and Scally, caving failed to score, get booed of tfce A grave It aH very wen for Sse base tinm. supporters of tbe two Grey Cup teaics to be feeling their oatj efts' peciaijy tbe ptsirie Eat for cities Hke Vaaccwer atid Tcrocto fee Grey Cap eHrsiTa! is a cocfirnistiOQ of iaadeqoacy, an infertility rite. Seasce the useaii streaic. that often characterizes Grey Cop oejeora- tzons beid ia Vsaeoover, wfeose team is not is ccffltesfioiL For every cotSe tferown by youfcg ia riot dowtatows, 10 sen at horse are ceieforafeg Grey Cap by kickzsg fiat eaL What are tbe larger of this pbenomecon? For one tisrng, tfce year taat Canadieaft the bottom of tie NHL w2i be the year that Quebec secedes from Ccrsfederatfon. How long Brit- ish CoixjffibU cgfc hacg 12 there oepeaJs very mucb on the success cf the ilainlsjid Cricket League, It's for Qceen ar.d country, cbaps. Color doesn't matter By Some girls overheard at CGIT st McffiEop United Church one night. One of them apparently had a problem. "Why don't you ask Mrs, Walker about cols oi them "Which one is Mrs. tbe girl the problem asked. "She's the one with blonde another jir! said. said the first girl, got red hair BUT OTTAWA It is the mis- fortuae of the minority govern- ment that the coming ordeal ia Parliament Trill coincide with the ordeal of dtizers confronted by the new incotae tax forms. "There was a feeling act so long ago that tbe political sight- mare knoTro. as tax reform had eaded with tbe pre-Qiristnias closure proceedJsgs in tbe Hoose of ComiBces and tbe last, vain senatorial protests. If many were displeased, at kast tbe work TPSS done aad ciczers, beoomiEg accustomed to the new Act would matters in a better perspective scd ac- quire a deeper appreciation of, tbe wisdom of its authors. First reactions to tbe new forms have not been reassuring. But this was to be expected. Tbe failure rate, even with tbe old and more or less familiar forms, was distressingly high; a fact repeatedly soted by the de- partment of national revenue. Previews, in this SeM, are not likely to via tbe best respocse; ooiy a educational effort (coWj'presuniably. in toe offing) will induce a mere posi- tive attitude on the part of mo- rose and apprebertsve citizens. It is much more discoscertisg to be warned, in advance of tbe exercise, that we are not up to it. Earlier suggestions to that effect coold be, and probably discounted; they came, after all, from critics, lawyers, politicians. To bear the same thing from the experts; those, presumably, who guided Edgar Benson's pen; is a matter and thoroughly unset- tling. According to Elgin Ann- stroag. the depsty minister of catiocial revenue: 'Taxpa y e r s who have become accustomed to using tbe Tl short form may weS be shaken at first glance with tbe new comhiaed form." It is far from certain thai a second, glance wiH have a steadying effect For D. S. Thorson, the deputy minister of justice, who also attended the Canadian Tax Foondatioa con- ference last week, conceded thai the Act is not likely to be grasped even by lawyers and accountants with the exception of those who "by virtue of sheer hard work have gamed some scedai understanding of its basic principles." What then of the rest of us? Our chances, ac- cording to Mr. TborsotL are nB. The reason 5s interesting; it is simply "the innate compkritv of any income tax law in a modem ipdijstrial society, par- ticularly its oetaflTTtg of capital "Do you have anything for someone who's sick cf all those Christmas commercials World now getting truth about IRA Correspondents report as if the ISA. E e p 11 b 11 c a 2 Army) merely a organizaBoc could, be ecust- ed with the "UDA CEster" De- fence Tds is sot so. Tbe TJDA arose as a de- fence against tfce IRA. Tfee IHA is a ccite erfSerest proposnss, From, the ejection of the Srst government of tfce Msh Free Stats, it lass been the poszicn of tbe IRA that aace toey did isofc agree to the treaty imder tfee Free State came into being, there hag is fact bees 20 legiiiisate government either in the Irish Free State or in tbe EepubEc wises, followed it. They, clans, are tbe ociy legmsraie government of Ire- land. Thai is wast fee ISA is aooct Irisfe people may fee IRA, wui dispose. That a -wfcy are ooSawed Kocth asd Sordx. Tbev beSeve, cote ia fovensnest by tbe gas: The OfScM ISA. is ProviaoEai IRA is Fascist Take jour ciwlce. They have appealed for ssas- srve ssppcct of Stevetscc- seeds to ce ia this aiaa- tioc. TEZJ Tow the first thing that both- ers me afooot tfee protesters Is that when they seefe to sqselch comment on ShockJey's theory they sre otst to squelch IBS as a I. too, have co> uinjK en the ShockJey theory, I have tafeed to Shoddey, zd K'j'Aurn, -when I the mJstske of answering oce of calls. My cttidosifln has been the ger.tlefflan may not be lack- ing in oertaiQ genes, but there fa a missing screw in his up- stsirs superstructure. If the can stop Jones from praising Shoc'dey, other group "win to e from him. Teat wouM take half the fas otzt of beisg; a cosnsnist. Tlien I am botcered by gH this the pickets giving But for this haS- sbsloo, few people might ever TJOtJCJ-: bis ezsept to cite oce as evi- cenee that not sil whites got their share of certain gece Shockeiy is the. carrier of brillianee. ssrcssn aside, let the serious word g.o cot -o Cxae pickets that they aren't doing black people any favors. Bb.ck Americans seed a freer press, voicing ia far greater variety of opiniors. not s rmjzzled press siring only those views that are popular or Acytirne the range of is you can bet that the views of the people holding power giid. wealth prevail, while the cries of the hungry gjid harass- ed are the first to be silenced. The only practical result of "getting" Jones would be the of open season en columnists, perish the thought. A lot of of Star- ofber hate Torn guts and wouM to roast Mary Me- Grory at the staSce. Tbe pcb wcsuld go after them -with pitch- forks once it that protesters can run cohcn- rest? out of newspapers. So those pickets are letting feesr emotions get ahead of their logic. There are a lot of ways to prove that black peopte are not as dumb as Shoddey thicks. Among them is NOT this seif-defeatisg effort to gag the press. gains tax." Various remedial proposals have been offered is- eitiulug color coding which would probably, as 3ir. Thorsoa suggests, result in a "some- what psycbedelk Act" Taxation, ia other words, it an esoteric business; to be un- derstood by mostly within tbe department-but al- together beyood the com- prebezsion of these who pay, Thus, whether we like it or not, we face tbe perils of asd apparently of the unknowable. Mr. Armstrong is clearly right This presses to bs mcdr worse than the Tl short, or eves long, with all its merry little provisions for pot- ting in and taking out Firmer, that which is unknowable, ac- cording to tbe officials, poses harsh penalties for in- nocent mistakes" according to a A. J. little, presa- dest of the Canadian XssStoie of Chartered -Accountants. Alrarjgh tee eopcaSosal Ber- atore has yet to arrive in oar ma3s, it is already apparent from tbe testimssy of the ex- perts that over-er- ciSed as it siay hare been by tbe approach of last Christmas, hatched tbe -wrcsg egg. In his fsaoos WMe Paper of 199 Mr. Essca was cifie specifc the ooTscsves of tax rsform, They may be fmsd cs Pa.ge 4, cosveslently secizasized; tax isvs. As we are BK aE Iswyers atjd iiii B2- m 3Ir. tssrsse. it is this csrrct be ae Act wfcich Mr. Besses bad is Sace cgiroc. be erpected to grasp ir, csn-ct pdfs or te e 5 fee WMte of csizen isot23e. As be itea vast majority of tax- aH to co so ascl protect thetr inter- to est asaisst Tf pk-tr ksccxjotes 22 tbe l dears tbe .system e piy eatxigh Sar Se to taderstaal bsc csaikd to cspporisEiSes Icr abtsse, Our tax srst be trusted; isast n Ss erxi esipy p tarce; asi taeir rrsst be sesd to be erSdest kcpattfal" that face fee scrutable, is to bappe GST inorals? STSS if ocSa7s bare caased es to stoo qsaiisg by Apdl, u2I vr-e ha-re tbat ot SHH! cbeecfal reac- iDess tar bear osr bsrdieas Ssst Bersce assfdggad -sbss be set the aid d iss ex- perts, to refers tae sjsjeas? la tbe isbat sew read, fe reosrts of by tba ezperts, it seess Tax refonrL i serres, cesxcracy. Trse coesfey debate asd tbe iiier of Ssssce focsail it to etsslcy extra staff to Ms IBS! feosi tsocgbtfal cidzess. We to acsleved as level of iznderstaiaSsg. an Act taat deSes i2> derstaDCing aai tens Islets pale, was tbe pdst aa erercise to experts, bas- esca rssslts? 'Crazy Capers' y-ff Tlic Utlikidge Herald 564 7th St. S., LetSimsge, Aiberta LETHERIDGE HERALD CO, LTD., Proprietors and Publisher! Published 1505-1354, fay HOB. W, A. BUCHANAN Ka. OC7J Csi.'y CUCO W, WCWEHS, itfiror t TMOWAS K COM ROY F. OOUOLA.', HEIAIO WIVES TM6 ;