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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wtvlimxltiy, Junn "70 THE lETHBRIDCi! 19 Dayan Sounds Mild From AP-Kciittrs JERUSALEM (CP) Def- ence Minister Mcshe Dayan said Tuesday that Israel should be prepared lo give up some of its War-won terrictrios in return for peace with the Arabs. He said Israel should strivn for borders that would leave the country "predominantly Jewish with a nct-tco-large Arab minor- ity." Dayan's remark, made at a luncheon with Israeli journal- MOS1II5 DAYAN ists, was seen as a significant reiteration of statements on Is- raeli concessions he has made in the past. It comes at the time of a re- ported imminent U.S. peace ini- tiative on the Middle East and reported pressure by Washing- ton on Israel to agree lo terri- torial concessions. But Dayan still indicated that Israel would not give up Arab territory it considers vital to his country's security. As an example, Dayan said Israel is "duty bound" to hold Shsrm El Sheikh, at the south- ern end of the occupied Sinai Peninsula, because of obligation to the future even though Israel has no historical rights there. The minister usually empha- sizes that Israel will not relin- quish Sharm El Sheikh and cer- tain other territories won from the Arabs in the June, 1967, war: Jordanian East Jerusa- lem, the Golan Heights of Syria and the Gaza strip of Egypt. On the subject of the Suez canal, said Israel is will- ing to accept a new ceasefire with the Egyptians "as long as ii carries the principle of reci- procity." Income Tax Cut Favored By Senator OTTAWA (CP) The lop rate of personal income tax could be reduced to 55 per cent immediately without any loss in federal revenues and still prov- ide room for tax reduction in lower-income brackets, Senator Salter Hayden chairman of the Senate banking committee said Tuesday. He said he had made this cal- culation after examining the government's white paper pro- posals for Income Tax Act revi- sion, now before the committee. The top personal income tax rate now is 82 per. cent on taxa- ble income in excess of a year. The white paper pro- poses that the top rate be re- duced to 51 per cent on incomes exceeding a year, but that this reduction be into duced by stages over a five- year period. Senator Hayden told a com- mittee meeting he had calcu- lated that the loss in federal revenues estimated by the government to result from lowering the top rate progres- sively to 51 per cent could be avoided if the reduction were made only to 55 per cent. "We could still have a tax re- duction and no loss of reve- Senator Hayden said, "and this could be done right away." GAU.EON FOUM) MANILA (Reuters) A div- ing team has found some re- mains of a wrecked Spanish gal- leon about 250 miles southeast of this Philippines capital. Di- vers look underwater pictui'cs of the ship Santo Cristo which sank near San Bernardino Strait on June 3, 1735. Report Calls For Review Of Slipping Telegraph Service OTTAWA (OP) Communi- cations Minister Eric Kicrans tabled1 in the Commons Tuesday a departmental report calling for a federal review of what the document describes as deterio- rating public telegraph service in Canada. Mr. Kicrans told the Com- mons the report is the result of a six-month study by his depart- ment in co-operation with the consumer affairs department. The report said companies providing telegraph service are reducing service in the face of cations among people ami nia- continually declining demand, j tllcj report said. Mr. Kicrans said departmon- j iif'l'his tal investigators found "that there is no law or regulation that compels the companies to maintain uneconomic service." The public telegraph service in Canada is supplied mainly by Canadian National-Canadian growth is declining, empha- sizes its less-vital nature in the eyes of the public. "It is natural, therefore, lo consider whether deliberate measures should be adopted to m______ accelerate the transfer of cus- Pacific Telecommunications, a i lomers lo the many new forms consortium. of communication. "There is a rapidly-growing i "The telephone has achieved demand to- distance communi-1 almost HKI-pcr-eent penetration iiito homes and b u s i n e s s promises and its instant accessi- bility and regulated charges have established it as the prin- cipal means of telecommuni- cations among people. "It ean be expected lo absorb an increasing quantity of the type of traffic that the telegraph is now carrying." The report says [hat the speed with which reductions in tele- graph service have been made causes great confusion in the minds of the public. "The companies have not taken adequate steps to ac- quaint the public and their spe- cial customers, such' as the press, with the changes and Ibe revised procedures to be used for filing telegrams." The telegraph service is he- coming a facility used only by small companies or individuals for "social communications money transfers." A regulatory agency should be established by the federal gov- ernment to facilitate changes in the service thai could he beiiefi- j ious ways in provide additional cial lo both the companies and i communication s e r v i i- s IIP- i twecn member papers nrid Ihcii' the public, the report said. The new agency should also, __.....________ be given tire power to prescribe j adequate service standards and till.I, OK KflNS Tnimmerberg. a bill ri.sinK Til feet at the edge of the Gru- consider allowing The Canadian Koresl Pf ,Wes' Press, the national news-gather- (Berlin, ,s composed cnurcly of ing co-operative, "lo use iUs pri-j bulldozed rubble from Second vatc-wire leased network in var-1 World War bombing of Berlin. measures to protect the finan- cial strength of the companies involved. The companies should also SUN RYPE BLUE LABEL l-lb. bag 1 14-oz. tins J for 11-oz. bottle 14-01. tins for 12-oz. jars tj for Jl" ,ins 1-00 IVi-lb. tin Blue Ribbon, 1 Oc off BEANS Aylmer J Lynn Valley Bartlett r Prices effective Thursday, Friday, Saturday June 25, 26, 27th We reserve the right lo limit quantities1 BONELESS BOSTON BUTT Young Lean Pork TABLE RITE RED BRAND TOP ROUND STRAWBERRY JAM for ..uffin, BOLOGNA Swifts Prom, or lazy Maple Side, Mb pkg......... Ib. PORK ROAST TABLE RITE RED BRAND DOVER ROAST IMPORTED LAMB CHOPS SWIFT'S PREMIUM COTTAGE ROLLS WIENERS IGA Bulk Swifts or Salami, sticks ea. IGA DAIRY SPECIALS 7GA pkg 79c ORANGE JUICE TOPvniu 40c ,b 69c CHEESE SLICES P., 75c FRENCH FRIES IIK, 2 far 1.00 MARGARINE rj CHEESE Cheddar Mild Block CHEESE Kraft Cr. Barrel Old 12-oi. CHIP DIPS Kraft, 5 varieties.........8-oz. IGA .TABLE FRESH PRODUCE FOR for Kingsford..................... ba9 Reynold H.D............... 18-inch roll !l J Nalleyi Tri Pack 9-oz. pkgs. 1AZOLA Oil French ior RISE'N'SHINE lowneys Campfire A 11-oz. for c GRAPES PLUMS BANANAS CELERY CAULIFLOWER Seedless Porlelte California Santa Rosa Golden Yellow CALIFORNIA FRESH PEACHES E MIX Low Lowneys Continenta 8 varieties HONEY COMBS Gillette Super Stainless RIGHT anti-perspiranl SHAMPOO IGA Bouquet Normal or Dry California, Large size DRIVE DETERGENT Canada No. 1 California Plan To Attend the "B.C. SALMON DERBY The world's largest fishing derby. Saturday and Sunday, August 15th and 16th, 1970 ill Vancouver, B.C. First prize Over in prizes. Enter by writing "Derby 1199 W. Pender St., Vancouver 2, B.C. ;