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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, Juno 17, 1970 t (CP) v Oakville, self-em- HOBTI doctors and i topped the lists of "Bjajm in w 'SiSiSxSSp income tax returns H. Spragiie the awarded the Robins of Hygcia at the Alberta A residents reported rnaceutical Association and tion "IliRlisiftlh on in The Robins Bowl of Hygcia i presented annually to a They were residents of by Ont, wit raacist who has made incomes oi cant contribution to the who and t Que.. with Mr. a past dent of the Edmonton in federal of Commerce. Edmonton figures re eased by is Club, Edmonton department Association 1 income age se- Association. He has also tax, and provincial president of tax collections for mos of the Western x but collects ils own f income accoun for the comparatively Rent SYMPBOL Power through love may reported for such communities as Sept-lies. In the case of taxable by University by occupation Laws Island student chitc i-ing kitten with one hand doctors and surgeon; are only those earning most o heir incomes in is raised in Doctors, lawyers, TORONTO (CP) dentists and tage by charging rents should mmished. chael Audain, a member of the Canadian Welfare Council, sak here. "We need laws that will Hopes tively and offenders to he Ta T "J the ff tUtl 1 v lULl tf> Housing poverty interrelated, he said, and even guaranteed annual ROSS in the city, and would not p r o V i de enough money for most poor persons News for the enlarged facilit; are now on the drawing' obtain decent accommodation. Mr. Audain called for subsidies for public housing occupants as well as for low-income for the of a nursing home at Taber are fading. Recent approval of the of health for1 Graham assuren tne councils that the next development would be in Taber. He suggested there is some indication nursing homes Teen-Age Vole nursing home capacity at Lethbridge and a projection of lopulation increase, indicate ho provision of such a be shifted from auxiliary hospital administration (department of health) to senior citizen home Big in 10 years is an "optimistic of welfare) to which they are more Graham of In U.K. Test LONDON (Reuters) A big question for Britain's political parties is how teen-agers will vote in the general election Thursday. When the Labor government lowered1 the voting age to 18 from 21 this year, it added more than voters. In addition there is the 21-25 age group which was too young to vote in the last general election in 1966. Britain's home office estimates this group alone could total about and Gordon L. Black of Lethbridge, vice-hairman, of the Lethbridge Auxiliary H o s p i tal District, along with auxiliary hospital administrator Douglas J. Sch-ndcler, discussed such a pos-ibility recently with the Ta-oer Town Council. Present were members of the Taber MD council Clar-nce M. Jespersen and Garth I. Harris along with MD sec-etary-treasurer Douglas Fran-us, Taber-Warner MLA Doug-as Miller, Taber General administrator John W. [oward, and Taber IDEAS The possibilities of the Taber district withdrawing from the LeUibridge Auxiliary Hospital District and making separate application to the minister, or of making an application for a privately-owned am operated nursing home, were given some thought. Assurance was given that the auxiliary hospital's board o director's would approve either action the possible defici operation would then not be the responsibility of the Lethbridge The influx chairman Eric explored were the could be influential especially in marginal seats held by small majorities. Canadians will be watching the teen-age voting trend with interest. A bill that would reduce the voting age to 18 and allow 18-year-olds to stand for the Canadian Parliament is in committee stage in the The meeting resulted from a resentation by Industrial Co-irdinator Bent N. Madsen to le two councils which set out economics of a 50-bed nurs-ng home relative to a 75 bed lome which is rated as the conomic unit by the Department of of a 35-bed home here in conjunction with the Clear-view Lodge for shared services, and the inclusion o, nursing home services with the local hospital, application for which has been made by the hospital board. No action was taken. Further discussions are mons in Labor politicians say they think the lowering of the voting age will benefit their party, which has been in power Graham said that ap-iroval of the 150 bed nursing lome at Lethbridge under Auxiliary Hospital HEAD NAMED WASHINGTON (AP) HI years. They say teen-agers traditionally tend to favor the Labor increases such accommodation at Lethbridge to 309. He said that other Secetary Robert H. Finch Monday named Dr. Terell H. Bell as acting United 160 beds, are cf to Dr. James Jr.. WORKERS HOMELESS PARIS (Reuters) A TO 150 He told the meeting was fired from the post last week. Bell has been swept through approval of 100 office of h a b i te d by Portuguese been increased to 150 in the health, Spanish workers on the outskirts of Paris Monday, specified atients from mental and welfare department's office of education since about 600 persons that land has been 5 Y-.O" V NOW Property Be Paid By June or a penalty of per month (July to October) for November and 2% for December will be all overdue is to your advantage to take care taxes of Oakville, Out., Medics Tops In Income Lists ants who arc employed on n salary basis lo earn the principal part of their income are classified by the revenue department simply as employees. Self-employed lawyers and notaries ranked second in average income at and paid lax of compared with the doctors' and surgeons' Third-ranking were self-employed engineers and architects, with average incomes of and average taxes of Oakville and Sarnia first and second in l'JC7 tax-return statistics reported a year ago. But the list compiled bv the department then covered (19 selected cities wliile the 19611 figures cover 100. Scpt-Ilcs .was not reported separately last year, aixl community on the basis of returns was Trail and Kosslnnd, B.C., which in 1968 ranked llth. The 1908 statistics showed that or 28 per cent of the persons who filed taxable income tax returns Incomes between and a year. In 1967, 27 per cent of the 6.655, 683 pcanlo filing tax returns had incomes in that bracket. In 19G8, there were 160 people reporting incomes of or "WWIf OTTAWA (CP) _ Present welfare policies should be completely overhauled because they do little to lessen poverty or restore dignity to poor persons, tire Provincial Council of Women of Ontario told the Senate poverty committee Tuesday in a brief. The recommendation was one of 43 submitted by the dealt with such people as pensioners, single heads of families, native peoples and the working poor. The council, a federation of local councils in 17 Ontario cities and associations, works for the betterment of the family and the state. It urged adjustments in security benefits corresponding to the consumer price index and the purchasing power of the dollar, provision of day nurseries where needed, and provision of more information on welfare benefits to recipients. It asked that day care for the children of single-parent families be subsidized and that costs be deductible for income-tax purposes. Indians should be appointed to public service jobs in the administration of government programs for Indians, the provincial council said. And the federal government should enable native communities to initiate There were taxable returns filed in 196fi based on total incomes of per taxpayer or less. No distinction was made between single and married taxpayers, with or without dependents. There were at or below in 1987. It cost the revenue department 75 cents to collect each of income taxes in 1968. This was the lowest figure since 1945. Tax collections totalled and Canada Pension Plan contributions totalled WOOLCO PHARMACY OPERATED BY JACK AUSTIN PHARMACY (AlBERTA) tIMITED A Division of the Dominion Citrus Company Limited See our grand gift assortment, select from: YARDLEY, FABERGE BRUT, HA1 KARATE, NUMERO UNO, OLD SPICE, ENGLISH LEATHER, and many more. N'S GIFT TOILETRY EAR Splash-On 3.00 BRUT 33 8 ounce Lotion in distinctive gift package. 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