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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE ICIIIGRIDGE lllRAlD-Snlurrluy, M'licli 11. The lax column Important lesson for employees I. II. ASI'KK needcd the jnb. In any case, there and refused lo WEARS DANCING SHIRT While touring an Arctic nr's find crofts display in Whiiehorse, Yukon, Governor- General Roland Michener wears a 60-yeor-old Chilliwack Indian band dancing shirt. OPTIMIST CLUB OF LETHBRIDGE Persons wishing receipls for income lax purpose? in respect to donations ro the 1971 HIKES FOR TIKES Pienie contact P.O. Box 663, Lethbridga resign a Let me show you the complete line of 1972 Nelson manufactured homes. Split levels. Bungalows, Split entries. Low prices for all budgets. ART DR1ED1GER PHONE ME AT 272-4 727, CALGARY of contract or wrongful dismis- sal. in which case it isn't tax. able. Alternatively, the p a y- raont might be classed as a re- tiring allowance, which is fully I Middle gramd between xtremes is found under another section ot the law which provides that when an employee receives a lump sum ment as compensation for loss of office, the payment is laxablc, but the employee is al- lowed to average the payment over a three-year period. This will generally reduce the tax. OWN I'ROHLEMS Although the law on. the point fairly clear, each case willi its particular peculiarities pre- sents its own problems for tho courts in attempting to deter- mine into which category it should (all. 0. Davis, Q.C., on (he Tax Appeal Board recently wi-estled with one which might have gone any which way. As is its :al in a tax case, the out- come depended on the specific facts surrounding the tax claim. The taxpayer was a comp- troller for a group ot companies in Montreal, As well, he was an offiecsr and director ot lira companies. In order to qualif) iim for serving on the board o directors, one share had been ransferred into his name. The ownership of the corporations rested with a Montreal family. He had served the company well for several years when the founder died. Control of the company then passed to his wi- dow and son. The widow, as president, entered into a writ- ten. agreement with the taxpay- er under which he was engaged as comptroller for five years at per year. Before the five years were up, the founder's son appears to have become the real force in the company, and he launched a campaign to get rid ot the comptroller. He disputed the legality of the employment agreement on the ground that it had never been approved by the company directors. HOLIDAY REDUCED A number of steps were taken to harass the taxpayer, presu- jour position." The employee considered It and then agreed. There was no bargaining or other negotia- tions. No lawyers were engig- ed to .settle the terms of sever- ance. Shortly afterwards, t h o company lawyer prepared -in agreement whereby the em- ployee cancelled the original employment contract, resigned as an officer and director, and transferred his share in I he company to a new nominee for the owners. In due course the tax asses- sors came along and claimed tax on the entire all in one vear. They classified It as a retiring allowance, which is fully taxable. issues stern warning The taxpayer argued Uiat lire loney was paid a-s damages or breach of contract, or alter- atively, Iliat Ihe money reprc- ented payment for the of his share in tlic stock ol IK company. If either case vere upheld, Ihe money coudn'l e taxable at all. Appeal Ixiard member Davis tdopted a Solomon like stance, le ruled that neither the >ayer nor tax collector were entirely correct. Tho payment wits a special payment to >ensalo for liis loss of office. This made it taxable but owed the taxpayer to average te payment over s c v c r a years, and thus reduce tho im- pact ot the higher rates thai would apply if it were consid ered to have been received al in one year. VATICAN' CITY (AP) 1'npc Paul warned Human Catholics against recent heresies and or- dered bishops to stop priests rom spreading them. Pope Paul said he acted to safeguard Christianity's key tenets of Jesus Christ, as man and Son of God antl of (he Holy Giiost, as one of the three per- sons in God's Holy Trinity. GRANT FLETCHER hat the mysteries must never De "taken in a different mean- ng" from that which the Pope and bishops teach. 6 Miles Eost and Soulli of Taber or 1 Mile Eosl of Fincostla and 8V4 Miles South WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15th SALE TIME A.M. SHARP IUNCH AVAILABLE TERMS CASK Having beon favored wilh Instructions from Mr. Fletcher who has decided to givo up forming, wa will sell the following line of farm machinery as listed below subiect lo additions, deletions, errors or minor changes os you may find them the day of tho jale. FARM MACHINERY 1968 1030 CASE Traclor, 5200 hours; 1969 530 CASE Tractor wiltt Front-End loader and 3-poinr hilch, 450 hoursj 1966 DODGE 3-lon 15-ft. steel box and hoist, fold-down slock rackj, saddle tanks; 1950 D4 CATERPILLAR with hytl. doier and farm hydraulics; 1956 I.H.C. truck, new motor; NEW HOLLAND Baler, Model 269; ANDERSON Rock Picker, reel GEHL Grinder-Mixer, TOO bushel capacity; 10' Wing-Type CASE Cultivator; 21' Wing-Type NOBLE BLADES; 14' NOBLE BIADFS; 7' 3-pt. Hilch MOWER; Aulomatie BAIE STOOKER (6 3 BALE Elevators; 3-pt. Hilch FORD Post Hole Digger; UNDEN Post Driver; 21' Single Disc; Tvrnbln Bug- 35' Grain Auger wilh 12 h.p. Wisconsin Electric Start Motor- 1 Four-Wheel TRAILER; 1 6-lon Tandem Till TflAllER wilh 16-ft dock; 1 Tandem 2-Horse TRAILER; POWDER RIVER Cattle Squeeze; NEW CJRRIE Cattle. Oiler; Cab and Heal KOUSEP. for small Iraclor; 3-500 Gal. Fuel Tanks wilh stands and noses; MELCOE Pop-Up Bale loader. SHOP TOOLS 225 Amp. MILLER Portable Welder and Power Plant 220 or 110 AC or DC' MAROUETTE Acetylene Welder; B1ACK Se DECKER Portable Sander r.p.m.; McCUUOCH 10-10 Chain Saw; Electric HACK SAW and Motor; Bench Grinder; AIR-O-MATIC Sir Compressor; RIGID Pipe Threader W lo 1" RIGID Pipe Culler nnd Vice; Tap and Die Sel HC i NF; 1-ton Chain Hoist; New 6" Vice; HEIN WERNER UVIon Hyd. Shop Jack; 2 Battery Chargert; Pumps, Greaio etc; Good Selection of Hand Jig Saw; Auto Body Hydraulic Jacks with hoses ond pumps. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS ft. New 2' 8' IM' fo 20' lengths) nnd lomfl ply- wood; 8' Camper; HONDA 90 Motorcycle; Large Exhaust Fan; Tractor Chains; Truck Chains 900-2; Wheelbarrows; Shop Cabinets; Large Shop Bench; 400' Electrical Wire, Boxes, Plugs, etc; Grain T20 Gal. ''n-Jon Fuel Tank and Pump; Propone Furnaco B.T.U.; Oil Heater; Large Heavy Steel Water Trough; large Quantity of New bolls; large Ouanlity of Scrap Iron and Pipe; Stock RaeVl for Vj.fon Fibrenlnss lop; 2 Saddles (I Bona Allen Culling 1-SUNBEAM Fteclrit Stock Clippers; Vet Box ond Supplies; 1-4 H.P. ROTOTILIER; Slock Racks for 3-ton Truck 14 ft. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Mr. hat cm exceptional lins of farm moclnn'iry, and we feel it a privilege lo have been nsVed to conduct salr. Grant hat consented to foVl spring wlionl tn pnrl payment on the linl throe articles listed above. Ihis should bo o real asset to anyone wishina lo purchase iKess machines but finds cash a lilllo hard lo come by. SALE CONDUCTED BY LIVESTOCK LTD. P.O. Box 2331 Taber, Alberta Phone 223-3921 AUCTIONEERS: JOHN CHARLTON, lie. No. 293 PETE lie. No. 317 CIERK SXilES MANAGER F. V. KERKHOFF GARY JENSEN, lie, 040.416 mably to encourage him to re- sign. His holiday time was cut from three weeks to two weeks, ifis private office was taken away from him and he was given a desk where he had to look into a blank wall. The company threatened to sue. him in order lo get out of Ihe em- ployment agreement. Things got so bad that at one point, in a discussion with the founder's son in his office, the employee was forceably eject- ed. He brough; assault charges against the e m n 1 o y e r hot couldn't sustain them in court. He must have had the pa- tience of Job, or perhaps he "Recent errors distort Ihese the Pope said. The stem warning came In a decree prepared by the Congre- gation for the Doctrine of. the Faith and promulgated by the pontiff. It was tho strictly for- mal way for the church admin- istration to condemn deviation from official teaching. STKRN WARNING There was a sternness aboul [he Latin decree re- miniscent ot the days of the Holy Office. Ihe name of the Congregation of Ihe Faith unli 19 G5. No theologians or nation were named in the decree which left it up to bishops to take dis- ciplinary measures against those found guilty of heresies. The bishops, it said, "are under the obligation not to per- mit the ministers of the divine Word to deviate from the sound doctrine and spread it corrupt or incomplete." The document quoted repeat- edly from the ecumenical coun- cil of Chalcedon in 451 the fourth Lateral! council of 1215 and first Vatican council of 1870. It made no mention of excom- munication, but those early councils punished such heresies with expulsion from the church. The Mysterium Filii Dei, or The Mystery of the Son of God, said current liere- sies in the Roman Catholic Church include: did not exist from eternity as Son of God. is not a single person wilh both an eternal divine na- ture and a human nature born Sign agreement JAKARTA (Renter) Can ada agreed Friday to give Indo- nesia a long-term loan amount ;ng to to buy two Twin Otter de Havilland aircraft Canada also will give spccia training to four pilots, four engi neers and two other employee of Merpati Nusar.tara Airlines. For taxpayers in similar sit nations, it would be worth not- ing that if there had been more legal action between the em p 1 o y e r and employee, t h money might well have bee treated as non taxable dam ages. For example, had the em ployee sued the employer fo breaching Ihe spirit and inlen of the original employ men agreement, and had the em plover paid the to se tie "law suit, it is likely the ta result would have been quit different. (Mr. Asper is a Winnipe DEMANDS INQUIRY Solicitor-General Jean-Pierre Coyer (lefl) and Eldon Woo] Mains, Conservative member of Parliament for Calgary North, talk to reporters outside- the Commons in Ollawa. Mr. Woolliams has demanded a judicial inquiry into the escape of Yves Geoffrey from prison. L W MOVING LTD. Phone 327-3911 of the Virgin Mary. is simply a most holy man who made God more derstandable to other men. is nothing in the gos- ple or the Bible to prove that the Holy Ghost !s eternal es God, the Father. The decree said the church fosters attempts to explain mys- teries in plain .words and try for deeper insight. But it warned CURRiE'S FINE FOODS EATS en rl Fresh Produce OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK A.M. TO P.M. 1516 9lll Ave. S. BETWEEN THE TWO HOSPITALS Common sense weor HARDUTE LENSES The Common Sense Lent Vt some localities hatd resta protective tenses ere taw! Why! TbayVs ahattwproot Theylre by t J5XGCXCO wwrmty Knjtstt ewfejuryi evdhfrle to VOUBiasgtolioa. Specializing in lilting of Eye Doctor's Prescriptions Prescription Sunglaues Children's Framei Magnifiari Repairs Reasonable Prices OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. L' 308-7th. ST. S lETHBRItme Phone 327-3609 ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce fo all my customers ond friends that I am retiring as the dealer for White Farm Equipment in Lethbridge. At this time may I express my sincere thanks to all my customers for their faithful support. It has been a joy to serve you these many past years. A new dealer will be appointed in tethbridge and I solicit for them your continued support. The new "WHITE LINE" is building for a great future. Thauk Yon One and All! J. A. (Jim) NORRIE PRE-TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM The 5AIT Pre-Technology program provides itu- denti with the academic for en- rolment in the programs of their choice at SAIT. Tho only entrance requirement for this program U that the student be cit least 18 years old. The Prc-Technology Progrcm is a "learn at your own speed" course in MATHEMATICS, PHYSICS and ENGLI5H-the three required for entrance to SAIT. Depending on his background, the slucfent will be required to take one or more of these subjects. The program commences in September 1972, January 1973, and April 1973. Students may choose their starting date, but must finish by June 1973. Note: most students require nina months to complete Ihis program. Tuition will be 28 dollars or less for each three month program. Some books be required ni well. ACT NOW Contact lha Registrar's Office by mail or fele- phone NOW, and SAIT will contact in near future to arrange an interview. DIAL CAREERS 284-8413 For all your moving and storage needs, call the experts at L W MOVING LTD. "YOUR UNITED VAN LINES AGENTS" WHITE COCKSHUTT DEALERSHIP FOR LETHBRIDGE FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE AVAILABLE REGARDING: BUILDING REPAIRS MACHINERY For further Information writa WHITE-COCKSHUTT FARM EQUIPMENT Box 1120, Calgary, Alto, or phone MR. O. P. R1FFEL 288-3453 1 ApriltS tfrxxxi-K'ji'rt. SOUTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 1301 16th AVENUE N.W., CALGARY SHRINE-LIONS only MEDICAL HOSPITAL YOUR BEST SWEEPSTAKE CAUSE rPI A SHniNE-UON I ENCLOSED It my order payable to THE SHRINE-LION SWEEPSTAKES ASSOCIATION FOR forward thi follwjrf He, ef tkVeli (check quarill I Q 1 IkV.I rj i ifci.1, [H lkl.lt I ri tickfti Q SPECIAL (ONUS K Mull WINNERS OF FEB. 14th DRAW ;