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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Salurday, Juno 6, 197Q THE lEfHBRlnGE 8 Suggests Kefprms Should Be Shelved Alberta Denounces Government's Tax-Change WINNIPEG (CP) Alberta today denounced federal tax- cha'iige proposals and said the idea of total tax reform should be shelved. Alberta Treasurer A. 0. Aal- borg presented the province's opposition in a document three times as thick as the original federal white paper issned last Nov. 7. Mr. Aalborg was third in line at the federal-provincial finance conference to issue strong criti- cism of Ottawa's proposals. Ontario offered what it called alternative proposals for com- prehensive tax reform. Quebec presented a series of "sugges- tions" that would radically alter fundamental features of the fed- eral program. British Colum- bia's past comments indicate tire Pacific province would line up with Alberta's condemi'-.uln. Said Mr. Aalborg: "Because our own analysis in- dicates that the proposed sys- tem would have an adverse af- fect on our provincial economy and therefore on the welfare of all Albcrlans, we cannot support the major reform proposals in the white paper as a package." While supporting in principle but with reservations some minor features oC the federal paper, including increased per- sonal tax exemptions, Alberta cpposes introduction of any cap- ital gains tax, the federal pro- posals for taxation of corpora- tions are! shareholders and pro- posed changes in tax conces- sions to mining and oil compa nies. Abo rejected by Alberta were federal proposals oil taxation of utilities and a plan to abandon the special, low rate of corpo- rate tax on the first of a company's profits. BACKS PRESENT SYSTEM Mr. Aalborg said the present system should be retained, with the possibility of "gradual intro- duction of reasonable tax ic form measures." Beauty and Comfort the Year Round f Combination Aluminum Windows and Doors Storm Doors Trailer Windows made to your specifications FREE ESTIMATES NO OBLIGATIONS HUMPHREY ALUMfH WINDOWS AND DOORS 433 24th St. S. Box 931 Days-328-7432 Nights-327-6724 Gems of Truth: PRESENTED WEEKLY BY VAN PELT CUSTOM INTERIORS LTD. LETHBRIDGE Tho' your tins may be red and like scarlet, Outnumb'nng the sands on the shore. Yet though Christ and His Infinite mercy, They're cleansed and remembered no more. Smiffy's Pancake House Franchise Available excellent location In Marathon Development in City of Lethbridge to be open about Octo- ber, 1970. Cash required approximately Capital investment returned In ap- proximately four years. For further information please write or phone SMITTY'S PANCAKE HOUSES LTD. 709 8th Ave. S.W., CALGARY, Alberta. 263-5683 (403) In common with the othenvis more positive approaches of On tario and Quebec, Alberta sai the proposed federal systei would hinder economic growtl Mr. Aalborg criticized th whole lone of the federal paper r; A. 0. AALBORG Presents Oppositio Neiv Offers Made For Bonaventure OTTAWA (CP) Defenc Minister Leo Cadieux told th Commons Friday he believes few offers have been made fo Canada's aircraft carrier, th Bonaventure. Some offers, he said, wer quite challenging, such us "th one to bring it up to the Prai ries." Steve Paproski ton Centre) asked the deparl ment to accept a offe from an Edmonton man whc plans to use the ship as a recre ational centre on the Coast. Lloyd R. Grouse Shore) asked that the carrier be offered for sale only to Canadi ans, lest another country use i to build up its attack force. Mr. Cadieux replied that tin ship had already been offered tc several foreign countries. The Bonaventure was de- clared surplus only month, after it was revealed by the auditor-general's departmen that between anc was spent on her las refit. COVERS MUCH About 77 per cent of the area of St. John island is covered by the Virgin Islands Nationa Park. BRAKE RELINE SPECIAL Our trained mechanics will install quality brake linings on all 4 wheels. Detailed inspection will be made of wheel cylinders, brake hose, brake drums and master cylinder. OUT-OF-TOWN CUSTOMERS CAN HAVE THEIR CAR SERVICED WHILE THEY SHOP PHONE 327-8548 AND MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT STORES division of flSESTONE TIRE RUBBER Compony of Conotfa limited orner 3rd Avo. ond 8lh St. S. Phone 327-8543 OPEN WEEKDAYS FROM A.M. UNTIL 6 P.M. citing references to companies "stumbling across a mine" and to persons making "substantial real estate or stock market gains." Such gains "in our opin- ion are the exception rather than the Mr. Aalborg said. Declaring its continuing sup- port for growth through "pri- vate Alberta's, So- cial Credit government voiced suspicion that Ottawa planned to use "enormous amounts of additional revenue" generated by tax reform to extend govern ment ownership of industry. "Tiie government of Albert; does not support state control o' our economic development. "The authors of the wliiti paper seem to have been nioti vated by an obsession to dis courage personal savings, to de- stroy any incentive for citizens to build a capital base for them selves and their heirs, and to discourage individuals f r o n providing for their financia needs upon retirement." Striking U.S. Fishermen Ordered To Halt Picketing HALIFAX (CP) Striking Nova Scotia fishermen and offi- cials of a union seeking to rep- resent them as bargaining agent have been ordered by the Nova Scotia Supreme Court to 800 fish plant workers who have refused to cross the pick et lines. Another injunction hearini has been scheduled for June 1. and if tlie picketing has no halt by June 15 picketing of I stopped by then, the union three fish plants. members will be in contempt o The court issued an terim court injunction against 37 s t r i k ing fishermen and union officials, requiring them to stop their two month old strike against fish processing plants in Causo, Mulgrave and Petit- de-Grat. The ex-parte injunction was issued on the basts of testimony only from Booth Fisheries Ca- nadian Co. Ltd. and Acadia Fisheries Ltd., owners of the three plants. The strike was called in April by the British Columbia-based United Fishermen and Allied Workers Union to back its de- mand for company recognition of its sale right to act as bar- gaining agent for the fisher- men. Tlie fishermen tied up their boats, refusing to go to sea un- til recognition was given. Tlie companies have refused to deal with the union. The strike has made Idle about 400 fishermen and about court and liable to fines or jail terms, or both. The union is without provin rial certification. Government Still Opposes Barter Deals OTTAWA (CP) The govern ment has not changed its mind about "the dangers" in Saskat chewan's proposals to barter wheat, Otto Lang, minister in charge of the Canadian whea board, said today. Replying to a Commons ques tion by Creditiste Leader Rea Caouette, Mr. Lang said Otta wa has had "many exchanges with the government of Saskat chewan" on such proposals bu was standing firm in rejectinj them. Ben Ruyg's Accounting Service ACCOUNTING INCOME TAX AUDIT CANFARM DATA SYSTEM Phone 627-4300 PINCHER CREEK MRS. M. STYNER Farm Auction Sale 1V4 Miles South of Hill Top ESSO Service Wesf Leth- faritfgo near New University Sits. WED. JUNE 11A.M. Having been favored with Instructions from Mrs. M. Styner who has told her farm, wo will offer for sale the following line of Farm machinery as listed below subject to deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them day of the idle. TERMS: Cash the day of the sale, with settlement In full befora removal from the farm. With Feed Grain to be con- sidered trade on some items only as marked. TRACTORS Deers Model A Tracton Model W 30 Tractor on rubber; Mode! LA Tractor on rubber; Deere Model 830 Tractor live Hyd.; Model 460 Gas Row Crop Tractor Hyd. P.T.O. 2 point Hyd. draw bar, power steering) Cockshutt No. -40 Diesel Row Crop Tractor. TRUCKS AND CARS 1-1950 Mercury Vi 1on Iruck, 1-1951 G.M.C. 3 ton truck with 2-way beet box (will accept grain on this Msrcury 14 ton truck ipeed transmission and flat deck box (to ba sold 1 1951 Chev. ton truck speed transmission; Monarch Sedan Car; Chev. Vi ton truck trans. Long wheel base (ideal for Insulated to fit above; 1951 G.M.C. Conversed School But to Holiday Camper Insulated Paneled Inside Pro- pane Stove Heater. COMBINES AND SWATHERS Moline 6-ft. Combine 1 Case Combine Massey Harris P.T.O. Pull Type 12-ft. Swather, MACHINERY John Deere 10-ft Press drill; Deere 6-ft. One-Way Box. Rubber tired; Deere 5-ft, Horse Mower; No. 3 Large Waukesha Hammer Mill; Sections of Diamond Harrows; Massey Harris Hi- Wheel; 1-Drill; 10-ft. I.H.C. Double Disc; 1-10-ft. Hi-Wheel Drill; Pan Disc Plows; Ditcher; 1-1.H.C. side Deluxe rake; Field Cultivator; Deere 8-ft. One Way on steel; Hog feeder; dump rake; 10-f. One Way box on rubber; 1-Weed Sprayer. Harris No. 36 18-ft. Wide Level; Harris No. 1 I Manure Spreader, (will accept grain on these 1-1.H.C. Centre Drive Rod Weeder; 1-John Deere Ham- mer mill; Gal. Woter tank. LIVESTOCK AND RIDING EQUIPMENT CATTLE of choice Sfock cows with calves at side. HORSES Albino Mare Yearling Fillyi 1-Saddle. BUILDINGS Granaries; 1 room house, SHOP TOOLS AND MISC. ITEMS 1-5 H.P. Electric Motor; 1-Irrigation Pump; Quantity of fence posts and wire; Quantity of shop tools; Wrenches, Hammers, Log chains. And many more items to numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Quantity of miscellaneous household items, including chairs, Tables, TV, Radio, Stoves, Fridge and many moro LUNCH Will BE SERVED SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE, ALBERTA "Serving tho Soulh by Word of Moulh" For futher information Phone 345-3534 Remember tho weather Is no problem In our plastic tent. AUCTIONEERS: LES HANDLEY RODGER HANDLEY licence No. 010120 licence No. 010121 GOLD SEAL "SPEED BELTED" A popularly priced lire that's certified safe for highway driving. Added assurance at everyday speeds. Twin fiberglass belts support tha tread giving you improved control and mileage. Proven nylon cord for added strength. Less heat shuffling gives you longer tread life. Carries you smoothly over ruts and ridges and gives you extra control. Especially important on wet pavements. Stop easier, go easlerwith the all -newDunlop Gold Seal Speed Belteds DUNLOP CUSHIONR1DE AH nylon construction Patented safely shoulder for aidded safety under-all conditions. Flattertreadforlonger life, better skid resistance and Improved handling. Best-built tire to the tow price market ONLY 14 BLACKWALIS 7.75x14 "TWINBELT" 78 SERIES Wider, deeper tread gives you a firmer grip on the road wet or dry. Really "holds the -Made of proven NYLON lira cord for strength. Twin belts of fiberglass for greater steering control and added protection against road hazard damage. ONLY Great Tires f iS i.'-' 12032nd Ave. S. Phone 328-2443 ;