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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta UNITED MOTORS Hutterite tax ruling reversed CO. LTD. "eather R-DMONTON (CP) The Federal Court of Appeal ruled the federal government should return ta, million that a 64-colony Hutterite religious group had paid in 1873, ruling by the federa. J Matheson, counsel for the Hutterites, argued that the STl9W vacated the had made on them id this was done when the revenue Precipitilion High Pnsjurt Low Prossurg Cold Front Warm Fronl COLD WEATHER CONTINUES anket of cloud prevented cold signed an agreement with two other Hutterite groups. The agreement stated the groups would be taxed only on personal in- come, rather than as a corporation. They were taxed as a cor- poration between 1961 and 1966. However the Darious-Leut group did not sign the agreement, arguing that their religious beliefs prohibited them from owning property of any kind individually, so that they could not be taxed even on the basis of personal income. In February, 1972, the Hutterite group took the matter before an income tax review board and had their appeal turned down. In November, 1973, an appeal against the board's decision was also turned down. The new ruling reverses that decision. Mr Matheson said the department of national revenue now is expected to conduct individual assessments on the Hutterite members to determine what personal income tax they might owe for the years between 1961 and 9166. However, he said the Hutterite members do not have a taxable income. Satin-day, February 1..197S THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 3 No CIA involvement in OTTAWA (CP) A study of advanced transportation tech- nology by the U.S. Central In- telligence Agency deals only with unclassified, public infor- mation, External Affairs Minister Allan MacEachen said Friday. But a Conservative MP, who raised the issue in the Commons, said the study is secret and Canada is mention- ed specifically among countries on the CIA inquiry list. Perrin Beatty (PC-Well- ington Grey Dufferin Waterloo) said companies asked to contribute to the study have been told no A raid weekend is in store lor Alberta and most of British Columbia Clear skies in the north have allowed temperatures to slump to near 45 below generally under an inch during the next 24 hours. Forecast Lethbrldge Medicine Hat Mostly cloudy today. Hijhs near 5 above. Light Cloudy with light snow today and Sunday. Highs 5 to 10 above. Lows foreigners can take part. Those declining to contribute must treat the CIA request for information on a confidential basis, he added. He asked in the Commons whether CIA activities are taking place in Canada. Mr. MacEachen said the government has no knowledge of CIA activities except for a well-known CIA liaison officer attached to the U.S. Embassy in Ottawa. NEVER ON SUNDAY A regulation prohibiting Sunday hunting in Ontario was passed in 1839. OPEN SATURDAY I 'or a remarkably low feu, H K Block will help make sure your taxus are as low as they can legitimately be. Why would anyone do their own taxes? THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 815 3rd AVE. S.-61013th ST.N. Open 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Weekdays; 9-6 Saturday CENTRE VILLAGE MALL KIOSK Open 9-5 Weekdays; Thurs. and Fri. till 9 Phone 329-3632 Mg NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY .aBB Cross-Canada VCealher yraen8S in the north. Mostly cloudy with occasional light snow in the south. with occasional ,ight snow in the Syncrude principals Ja-k Armstrong left, chairman of Imperial Oil Ltd., one of the major partners in Synods oil sands project, and Donald MacDonald, federal energy mincer talk to reporters in Ottawa. A decision on the Alberta project was put off until at least Monday when another meeting will be held in Winnipeg. south. Quebec Mostly sunny. swept Hurries along the west coast. Weather around the World Weather conditions and temperatures around the world between midnight and 3 Temperatures Parole documents published Internal probe planned Sun sets tonight at rises at on Sunday Lethbridge........ Medicine Hat..... Edmonton Jasper Banff............. Coronation........ Calgary........... Victoria.......... Prince Rupert..... Prince George Vancouver Prince Albert..... North Battleford Saskatoon......... Swift Current..... Yorkton Moose Jaw Thompson North Bay....... Regina Estevan.......... 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San Diego San Francisco Denver Las Vegas Phoenix Honolulu Mexico City .....31 45 .....58 57 ......52 42 52 -14 -26 -27 -33 -11 -24 -11 -24 -29 -34 -9 -23 -23 -31 18-28 2-17 0 -18 -5-21 32 0 4-16 31 -1 72 22 CALGARY (CP) The National Parole Service has launched an internal investigation following dis- closure by a Calgary news- paper of confidential documents showing that Philippe Gagnon was "ex- tremely' dangerous" and "a threat to the community" before his prison release. Grant Spiro, head of the parole service in Calgary, said Friday that the internal investigation "will be rougher than anything like that public inquiry or inquest" and "is go- ing to trie ministerial level." The Alberta published fidential documents earlier Friday showing that parole of- ficials in Calgary, Gagnon's psychiatrist and a John Howard Society worker were concerned about his mental condition prior to his June 18, 1974 release from' Drumheller Penitentiary. Gagnon was killed in a gun battle with police in Calgary Dec. 20, after he killed Detec- tive Boyd Davidson and wounded six other policemen. Mr. Spiro said The Albertan published "highly confidential information obtainable only by a court order." "Everyone in my office is under suspicion he said, adding that "I'm going to find out who gave those files" to the newspaper. TryBiforeYouSisy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAICO SMITH-JONES IHEARING AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL Phone 325-5447 ESCORTED CAREFREE Bus Tours.o CALIFORNIA MLD WEST 17 Glorious Days Low Cost Dspirts Fab. 22 March 8 April 5 HIGHLIGHTS: Salt Lake City; Bryce Canyon; Las Vegas; Tij- uana Mexico; San Diago Zoo; Disneyland; Busch Gardens; Hollywood; San Francisco; Giant Redwoods; Canadian Rockies. Every changing scenery and adventure. All travel during day. Complete package includes: Luxurious buses, air conditioned, equipped with rest foom reeling seats, first class accommodations, excellent tours Professional Tour Driver and Escort. Sharing per person from Lethbridge RESERVE NOW! AM A TRAVEL AGENCY 608 5th Ave. S. Lethbridge Phone 328-7921 or 328-1181 11 .60 16 79 26 25 36 42 44 48 19 -7 35 2 39 4 72 22 45 7 AS MUCH AS '600 REBATE Direct to you the buyer from A.M.C. United Motors Co. Ltd. "Serving you over a quarter century" Corner 3rd Ave. ft 3rd St. South Phone 327-2805 _______ EFFECTIVE FEB. THE PRUDENTIAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF AMERICA MORTGAGES, Loans and Real Estate Investment located at 260 Elveden House will be moving to 1210 El veden House 717 7th Ave. S.W., Calgary, Alberta, T2P OZ3 Telephone remains unchanged 403-269-1 SOS The Alberta Motor Aisoclnio. reports as of 11 a.m. this morning inosl. highways in Southern Alberta are receiving a light snowfall. Driving lanes are mostly bare with a light covering of loose snow on the shoulders Motorists are advised to watch for slippery sections. Storm warnings have been Issued throughout Southern Alberta and through the Crowsncsl Pass as far as Fernic, B.C. Kingsgalc open 24 hours; p.m. (Times: MoMtaln a.m. to 2 a.m. Rooscvlllc 7 a.m. t WANTED SCRAP IRON Now Payinfl More For All Types Of Scrap Metal Farm industrial Anything of Irpnl CORPER-BRASS-RADIATORS-BAmmES-CASTmON Truck StrviM National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 208-33rd SUMt North Phont 321-1721 Scrap Our PARADE HOMES LTD. SHOW HOME 2153 Palm Road (east of Woolco) TONIGHT 7-9 p.m. IMMEDiATE POSSESS.ON-10% INTEREST ON MORTGAGE For more information call PETER W. GIESBRECHT 328-8535 ;