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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta f, c PAGE TOUll THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE CO. LTD. Proprietors and PuMlaber, S23 Sixth St. S., W, A. BUCHANAN and .Diwctar. TORRANCB Business BL O. LONO C. It MATTHEWS Secretary. Audit Member Bartsu of ss Second Departmeot. Heraid Serves the indicate an i 3f- Tuiey believes in ge: while the getting is good- Wonder Messrs Drew s21 ssy now. The Budget Esley may es- hear his Budget ?re- eented Taurscay nigh; referred to a "nest year" Mr. Hsley promised very con- Kcerable iihtening the burden of taxation on individuals porations, bus none of these will ba effectiTS this calendar year. Sri- cently ihe Finance lieres teas Minister be- Gens mans have the money and a good earning power snd consumer goods are stiil scarce, is a good tirae to bolster the Dominion's finances. In of the fact thac Canadian uational income year was sonie devea billion dollars aad the national treasury collected more three bilUors, the Minister probably light People -wilt be disappointed over tils delay in the eff ectlvs daie of toe tax reductions ounces! but the lair-minded realize that the GoTernment is trader a heavy expense in rehabilitation and reconversion from the war. Increase in the exemptions on the personal income taxes making them deductible from income tt establish the net income for tax purposes retarns us to the pre-war system, and "win be welcomed. Exemptions have meant very little in the warame budgets. The in- creased exemptions wiE, it is esti- mated, remove over from the income tax roll. There "siH be some disappoinu- jnens that the excess profits taxes ere not being removed altogether. In tTJS. they have been taVen off, In Britain they are to be discarded at the end of the present year. Canada wJH maintain excess profits taxes. Business and industry wi likely say the tax should have been abolished to stimulate business and employment, but the warier is likely to say that if excess profits are earned they should be taxed. Farmers are to be allowed to average incomes over three years. That is a concession. live years would be better. An important announcement by Mr. Esley was that extending to any individual Province the right to sign the tax agreement proposed by the Dominion at the recent tax eoEfsrence in return for vacating the corporation and. succession tax fields. Provinces which da not wan; to sign raay impose double taxes if they wish. At least six of the nine Provinces may be expected to sign. It was perhaps the moss important of the whole Ottawa Gossip Stracher in Ottawa. Talks to Press j AbVut Wheat Agreement The Road Ahead PICKED UP IN PASSING By Capt- J. Harper VETERANS SEEK TRAINING traveling Washington Spotlight By CLYDE BLACK3URN (Canadian Press Stag Writer.) WASHINGTON There was bloody rioting in Palesiine; the foreign ministers in Paris struggled hopelessly toward world accord; ihe trouble centres of the universe pre- aielaiicholy picture; and it on the jobbers and claimed their Money spent on education storage warehouses were full. y- Strschey, recogr_izes the con- -JricaW ar_d 1833. he acids that ?utiOn the jv-ig wi3 do to mer V'as been nisiiug snc is. attitude of socialists to lizs to a practical s.s Social tting the feet o: such co bv their ex- inister of j asgerated clainis and by the a rasrous sientorv fallacies of long before he entered Cle- -pcr ment Attlee's cabinet cs minister of fcod. He came froui family, and on which they are based, mace some scir as the sutler o: these scheaies do great ham. pre- -vrhich set forth tne British ciselr because they tend to dis- Commums; asrty line. Then ne credit in advance all attempts to became crivsre see- j a vrav of using the tincotibtec retarv to Sir Moseley be- i oossibilries of the contempor fore "that irfamo-js figure had inonetsry and credit system in the abandoned Socialism and taken uo service of human orogress." a Fsscist line. He was quizzed J j che i Hke this about, tnese aspects of past 55 because it- enlists the sUcea J nen received estra pay. Now that. German-.- reported, ihev are back jn civilian life tnei sen icemen are having this lessen impressed on them agsin. Tins desire for training gives rise two problems. The iir is the fact that training centres are all in cities or towns which are already hundred Polish orphans, mariv of whom were bom in manv's concentration camps, have left Hanover in the British zone lor orphanages in Poland. overcrowded. Because of tins, many C0uries in public safety have her! rn nnsrruWi" nf JCi.iC_ilo.l many haYe had to postpone or fore- the Um- Magistrate S. T. Bigeiow ccin- and the ealierv mtervn.. ireelv about them without ercoar- j r rassment. He parted with the 3ri- i I of a brilliant writer to an idea which has been erow- "1935, warden and later a public relations one trade while we sre short in another. This demands careful, _ estimating of our future needs in mitt-d Murray Boyce, the various task which is Toronto truck driver, for tnal_on a so difficult as to be almost im- possible. It also demands usder- in recent __theory that purchasing must be "spread around to officer during the the Socialist carry came into in Britain in fee was TTT-PFT secretarv of state for air. He succeeded Sir Ben Smith the arduous and unpopular post as minister of food. In one of his earlier books. "The Nature of Capitalist John Strachev subjected a number of monetary reformers sad tseir the- ories to brilliant and even deva- stating cnticisrn. I. remembered h _ .____________________._ very vividly sis examination of the fEaz Sevnes advocated redistribu- Socisl Credit theories of Major JJJQ of iacoaie not because it will Douglas. asn_when the interview increase social justice, but because standing of this condition on the part of men seeking training. Bu: in all this high demand for training is a good indi- cation of a better future. For train- ed men can produce more. Increased A, charge of manslaughter arising from a truck-tram collision May 3 which injured 53 street car passen- gers, four of whom died. Tee Greek ministry of public order announced ten persocs But some warehouses threw wide their doors to show bare hooks and shelves, and bairned it on the pack- ers and slaughterers- They in turn blamed it on the stock producers who were accused of holding their caitle on the ranges. All of them blasted it on the op- erations of the office of price ad- ministration the wartime agency VlflfHt one VI t-HC M. I9Z99 farmer some from tax on FREEDOM INVITES SABOTAGE account, of the encUess labors and