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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWO THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD "WEDNESDAY, JUNE o, 1946 Mayor, Publisher, LD. Taylor Passes VANCOUVER. Berasca Taylor. SS. ejgni mavor of Vancouver, whose red." neclErie and cigar were rec- almost as symbols of iae office here, died in French Silent on Premier PARIS. three i major political parties maintained MacKENZIE SAYS Bevin States Democracy's Case Bluntly U.S. Faces Worst {Bread Shortage i CHICAGO. June United has struck "bottom 21 the current domestic Be vin Speech "Last Offer' To Russia Southam Managements Said In Agreement With Union Proposals (By TJie Canadian Press.) OTTAWA. June OTTAWA DF jinS managements in Ottawa. Hamilton and Edmonton ar- in SSSS; agreement vfch .Typographical sis noa arS a sradus; easing of rated minion archives and a noted Caai- be critical bread shortage may secretary foreign policy scno---- ia two or three weeks. soeech as among the most signifi- xvKii. josep-i j i.. w__ _.___ rvMin- i reoQiTffr for ior.-w but co agreement 1 chain's Winnices paper. Labor Mip- Mitchell said Tuesday in the S (J liAViA i can be reached hain.s -Winnie apply in ail newspapers operated by the company. Apparently, its in- dividual managers in the Ottawa. and Edmonton chief executive's office here, died in hospital last sight 12 years alter his from Babac Not Time For 40 office. aad again he recoy- i eresTfraa election defeats to UTJ the citv's government anc run things to spec- tacular niethods. -You can'j run a seaport lase a Sundav he often declared. His riost notable triumph tras is 1930 at the age of 73 afisr fso vears out of se showed ha boundless courage in when he coanauted is an am- buiacce between hospital and city call to cocduci coaneJi saeeusgs '-am a -srheel chair. Bed-ridden lor months in 1931 ana a ssjK-invahc tiiat the victorious Moavemeni Re- i! Hxnress. Conservative. iii 1S32, he overcast arthritis completed tare-year term in I good health. The voteis re- j elected him for the 1S33-34 term- J TB--ee mamed. he is s'jn-ived by j lio sons. Theodore and Kennezh, bots residents of Califorma. Union Anglican, United Churches Not Immediate Juce The cnioa of ihe Anglican and TJniteG churches noi take place anal at -easi ihre? rears of nre-educa-! Enschjnes and thi t newsoapers tod3- Secretarj- foreign policy .cian nistormn and I soeech as among ihe meet stgnifi- "tls5VJ "cant in many years and generally veteran reporter for the N interpreted it as a "last offer" of I Times. __________ Following is the text his state- full co-ooeratioa with mer.t: "For the inforniatioa ol members of tlie house, I should like to mate a statement regarding the stoppage of work in three iienrepapers pub- lished bv the Southam Company Ottawa Citizen, ihe June 5- Kamilaon Soeetator and the Edmon- that i ton Journal The empJayees affeet- 10 network music j ed are members of the Interna- United Slates tf uona! Typographical Union, upholds the -Tlie work stoppage at these new cosjgres-! points have their oasis in a similar him. j stoppage which has been going on can be done at Winnipeg .since Nov. 8 of last be done it >ear affecsinjt the Winnipeg Trt- t -eacning agreemens -a-iui caries out his threat." bane, also published by the Southam i four-power conferences. j Representative George Dondero I company, and the Winnipeg rree The Canada j iftgp Mich.) told reporters in com- Press. -yald at recent commonweaUh con- J On Mr. Petrillo's statement, Itefie IHUCS at the American Federa- winrupeg. basically ihe Issues t-o" of" convention at irere the union's poliev of the non- Sc. Petersbure.- arbitrabiUiy of its the 40- Mr. Petrillo told the union he hour week and payment; for the heads that if the supreme court! overtime if the union could not would agree to the proposals of the uaion but no agreement can be reached in regard to the Winnipeg ne'A'spaper of the company. department has been !n touch with the minister of labor for Ontario concerning the stop- pages affecting the Ottawa and Hamilton newspapers. With regard to the Edmonton newspaper, mi- department has no jurisdiction in -the province of Alberta." heads that if the supreme court overtime if the union could not upholds constitutionality of recent provide labor under its closed shop designed to limit the i asrpement. LOXEOX June of Agriculture, said A Seek Prevent Spread "The chief reason why my de- partment intervened in the dispute was to nrevent its extension to other newspapers of the Soiuham and snread Sifton chains. Southam company is tak- the position that each of its re- ghters local newspaper managements have control over local newspaper jwlicy and labor relations. "The union's nosit'on IMhat cer- tain basic labor conditions must DELEGATES EJHJMKE PRESS YTELCOSIED IX3XDOX, June (C.P. Cable.) to she Imperial Press Conference on Monday attended a government reception is Lancaster house, former London museum vhere the Big Pour foreign minis- ters held their meeting here last falL Lady Addison, -jrife of the secretary o'f state for af- fairs ueleomea tne guests, includ- ing the Canac'San delegation led by Senator Rupert Davies, chair- man of the Canadian section of the Empire Press Union and publisher of the Kingston. Ont.. Whig-Stanc- ard. Prssne Minister Attlee head- ed the United Kingdom ministers at the reception and others present we-e Herbert Morrison, lord presi- dent of the council: Arthur Green- wood, lord privy sesl; Work? Minis- ter TomUiisonf and Ivor Thomas, parliamentary secretary of the civu aviation ministry. Senior service officers also were present, inclua- ing Marshal of the Royal Air Porce Lord Tedder. JASPER MOVIE ACTORS JASPER, Alta., June 5. O5 Hollywood walked right into the lives of 20 citizens of this mountain summer resort Tuesday. They were chosen from the tov.-nspeople to in the cast of a movie (Trie Emporer Waltz) being filmed here br a HbUvwood studio They will appear in scenes Trith Mis Joan Fontaine, co-starrius Bmg Crosby in the picture. PT-af aviiuti. aaci to tiie general council of toe' United Church of Canada at approximately the same nme." cotnmittees have ucccr- stood clearlv lha; they coald not commit the' churches they repre- sent in. Archbishop Sherman added. Quotes Esqunnalt As "Horrible Example" ed as Terr tragic. trous. for dairy herds Deduced -JO per cent------------ Commercial pork and poultry pro- ducers trill be cut 50 to 60 per cent, he said.________________ Jobless Pay For Coast Loggers OTTAWA. June OTTAWA. June G.R. Pearkes (P.C.-Naaalmo) told Columbia iumbermet: and loggers the Commons Tuesday the British hrill be brought under coverage of Co'ambia commanirv of EsquimalL i the TJnempIoymeni Insurance Act. 1, according to a return taoleo. in ihe'Commons. Tuesday, by libor Minister Mitchell- The extension of the coverage to the lumbermen made on the recommendation special Union." hate the Sonet j a "horrible example of wfaac happens to a small municipality thronled by the ocmpus of gqvem- inent-ownec, tax-free enterprises.' He vas arguing againsp a bill up for second reading to cer- tain war-created crc-ra companies and to make it possible fen: others to be set up. TO ADDRESS CONFERENCE Jase laemfaers of the federal house will address the Progressive Conserva- tive provincial conference here June 12 and 13. They are CoL C. C. I. V.C., Vancouver. Msjor E. D iFulton, Kamloops, 3.C., James it. MacDonneil, Muskoka, Oat, end CoL J. A. Hoss, Souris, Stan. Pive hundred delegates from ail parts of the province are expected to attend the convention. JUST TIE IT ON! of the Unemployment CommisEioB- Insurance KILLS SISTER UT RAGE WEST WARWICK. R.L. Jane said Tuesday Lu- cille Pelletier. 10, uras Killed by her 11-year-old brother, Xor- in a fit of raje. Norman aOlegedly struck his sister trtiile thev -n-ert iagi contend- ing" didn't play fair." POSTHUMOUS D.F.C. TO EDMOXTOX OFFICER OTTAWA. June aware of a Distinguished Cross, nosthuinously to .tit. Lt. R. E. Hunter of Edmonton, tras announc- ed 'ay ssr force headquarters. Pit. Lt. presumed dead since hs failed to return from, an operation over the Mvtiha area of Bunna in February, 1B45. was cited for show- icg "ousiacdrng ability, determina- tion and brilliant; leadership'' in flvui0' manv sorties in monsoon weather which achieved "excellent" results ui derailed, information about enemv movements, xiis widow lives at Edmonton. A major step toward putting the j atom to work for the benefit of hmrjanitv was taken when the Unit- ed States war deparnnens announc- ed a contract with the General saecaic Company for "an extensive research program" ia atomic en- j ergv. Natural Content of Vitamin D la creased by Irradiation. a Tie Bcnlea Co. Lta. See sunbonnet Sue In a wrap-tie sansuit! Pattern 4S45 is a joy to make cut from one main pat- tern piece, no buttons or sice seams, ar.d opens fiat for ironing. PaKem 4845 comes in tocdlers's sizes I. 2. 3, 4. 5. Size 2 soasuit and bonnet, yds. 35-in. Send 20 cents 10 the Lethbiiige Eerald, Pattern Dept, for each pat- tern. Two weeks' time should be allowed for pattern to reach yoa. Use This Coupon. Print Yotn Name and Address Plainly. To: The lethbridse HeraW, Pattern Lethbridgc. Alta. Pattern. 4845. Size..... Name .......e...................... Address BACKACHE MaybeWarninq Backzcbe may bt rcor Iniwjj are failing to filter and ecs from tbt system. Kidney help refine tine amfitian, often the backache, rheiBiiafic or dutarbed rest contain extenual oBt and medicinal "mpe- ditnti which id directly ihe and help them renin aornu] GttDodcr.Xidot7Pimt.wUy. 131 GOODNESS TRY i THE OTHER PAYS NONE Imagine two companies carrying on the same kind of business in exactly the same way. One carries a heavy burden of income 23 times as much as in 1930; 12 times as much as in 1939. The other doesn't pay a cent. Why? Because it is a Like any other Corporation, its earnings are derived from buying, selling, processing, manufacturing, servicing, employ- ment of labor, etc. It receives income from real estate, from Government bonds and other investments. But it claims its earnings are not profits because it is a co-operative. A Royal Commission has declared that co-operatives do make profits and recommends that these profits be taxed. But it has also recommended that profits paid out to customers as "patronage dividends" be allowed as an expense in computing taxable income. Patronage dividends are not an expense of doing business We are not attacking the principle of paying "patronage provided such dividends are distributed from profits after the payment of income tax. But if "patronage dividends" are to be allowed as an ordinary expense of doing business, to be deductible in computing taxable income, the door will be wide open for co-operatives or other businesses to pay out their entire profits as patronage dividends leaving nothing to be taxed. Individuals are faced with heavier Income Tax If "patronage dividends" are allowed as an expense in computing taxable income, the payment of income tax will thus become optional to any co-operative or corporation. In' such a case, the whole structure of the corporation income tax would break down, thus throwing the entire burden of income tax on the individual. Revision of The Income War Tax Act, insofar as it concerns Co-operatives, will come before the current Session of Parliament. It is of utmost importance that such revisions shall bring tax equality to all groups. We urge that the income tax payers of Canada insist that their "elected representatives in the House of Commons see that the heavy burden of income tax is shared fairly by alL The Income Tax Parers Association has no objection to the principles of co-operative trading. It should be the right of every Canadian to trade as be desires. Our objective is to ensure that no of business unloads its share of income taxation and cost oj the war on other business or on individual income tax payers, JOIN THE I. T. P. A. All income tax payers (except employees of income tax exempt concerns) are eligible for membership in the Income lax Association. If you wish to become a member, sign and mail the attached application form and enclose membership fee of Mail cither to Winnipeg or Toronto. Tax Payers Association, Toronto or Winnipeg. I hereby roake for membership in the Assocutio'a and enclose herewith membership fee of Jl.OO. T" Cttj WRITE OTTAWA Yon can assist in correcting this unfair tax situation fay immediately to the Government urging equitable application of Income "Taxation to zll forms of business. Fill out and mail the attached form. No postage is required. Hon-J. Ltlsley. Minister of Hsance, Ottawa, Canada. 1. the Government ipplr ioconje on erJciJj- the basis on all fotaa of enterprise, iacludinc Crown companies, municipal and so'erosseattl enterprises ranreal concerns. 2. patronage drrideccis. and like payments, be dis- allowed an apease before taxable income. Aii-rns. INCOME TAX PAYERS ASSOCIATION LOMBARD BUILDING, WINNIPEG 92 ADELAIDE STREET WEST, TORONTO NFWSPAPFR! ;