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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE ttlHBRIDGt HERAID Solvirdny, Morcti 21, Sit'lin" Through Submissions, Scores Of Letters Parliamentary Committees Studying Tax-Change Proposals Have Big Task OTTAWA (CP) Parhanion- tary committees sliulying gov- enireer.l tax-change are siftin.s through almost :100 formal submissions ar.d un- The Commons commillee, headed by Gaston Clormont (L has received about PUBLIC NOTICE LETH9SICGE DISTRICT OF ELECTIOM :yr1c.f ca'e i o- Ap counted scores of letters on Ihe subject. More are coming in. Spokesmen for the Commons _.......----- finance committee said Friday; headed by Gaston Clormont (L requests for personal appear- ances are being sorled and more are coming in. The two committees are ran- ducting separate studies of the tax proposals presented to Par- liament last Nov. 7 after plans for a joint Kenale-Commons j 200 formal submissions plui let- commitlee fell Ihrough. lers. Aboul half Ihe submission include requests for personal appearances. The committee had sel a (leadline of March 1 tor accept- ance of written representations, but is considering late requests for an appearance individually. HOLD TKACI1 IX The Commons commitlee has heard testimony from finance departmenl authors of the tax I proposals, including Finance PUBLIC NOTICES New Career Looms British 1 Theatre On Minister Edgar Benson. Earlier (his week, three Toronto ac- countants conducted a day-long teach-in on details of the pro- posals of the 20-member com- mittee's request. The 30-member Senate com- inillee, headed by Senator Sai- ler Ilavden has heard testimony from 14 compa- nies and business associations. In all, Hie Senale grcup has re- ceived 90 fcrmal briefs and arcund 250 letters, including some requesting permission to present evidence later. The Senate commillec. which has sel no deadline fcr accept- ance of submissions, has ar- ranged I e n t a I i v e schedules through April and May. The two committees engage in a measure of cooperation in such mailers as trying lo co-or- dinate appearances of witnwsts who wish to appear before both, so that only one trip to Ollawa is necessary. Mr. has said he hoped to receive reports from the committees by this fall. He had been aiming lo have legislation written, considered and enacted by next Jan. 1, but that target now appears unlikely to be aclu'eved. Inal tre'rereUM by ine Sxrelary-Treasuter ?r-lVt rM'rlft L? ro p.m. en Apr.l u'n, V- 1 i l-l opened 1.1 p.tlic V ccunls." So philosophizes Academy "It's Ihe besl parl I ever hs rlc: h Fail', 2 in Rjr.ces H a-d T. V. i tarr.a ar.aNe-.tci Ltd., Streil j S E., Canary 21, r-er.t c! :i-e sum cl dr.ars (S'Ol (cr eacn ier. s.m v.ill be re- tre p'ar.s and are in QXd ccr.diTIco a'ter it-e of the ccr.toct. rru-il Aviuru tuiiltriiut-'i uift i .......1.1 pt-pr He should know, for nearly 301 Majrtv Uaum." years tie has been applying hisi Marlv Ba'um was at considerable talents lo movie Gj Hollywood i chfqje ar.d cf cr a Scrd ,tre Tc.-.n cf CarcVcn :tl d r.0. rran 10': roles, quite often ;is the semi-al- coholic friend of the leading man. Gsg Young's career has laken in tre amount a differctil lurn during the last inneriieci was nicy aiiuui ci i--i few mouilis cs U'.e result of his Horses, Don't They, laken from [er.-frer in Ti-pv Shr.Ot wnriil rtl cne lime' Gig's agent. Hollywood agents have virtually taken over the studios recently, ar.d Baum i became head of film operations fcr ABC. One of the projects he inherited was They i." i iwrformar.ee in lorscs, Dcn'l They? He plays a cc-r.-r cf J Tc.vr.'h o 13 Ba e lo Ire ccr.-.tr c! cp-'-i-n i II V.'-'n 1 strong. Larr.b ard Ne'swi Lrd I ftrsrixstf- j financial p. M Al "-a! a-ea c' lr- lirlqa'icn Ttrder! will t? accepied Icr Ir.e JL 11 III J.IJI11 J t-'ct h Pa-l! Gl TCMIWIIM B- ol UlhtrMse Ba-cr V, 31 3-.1 3! V.'JIn lyi'.q llncital qr.-.r.d! ITS 'o 13 Warcn Wine? K 1S70. Ccn'act ChM Engineer fcr Move UUt ccV-'r" cf "rendrVVicm corner ri S-E. GfdrTer c! lir Ra'-g'c Ten 'tlOl. V.'esl cf 1he Fo-jrlh dislrict _EC-jf.l ary in c" rc-Ar.srio 9 Parse J3 Susleef.li D.vis en r.o. i I thp restriclknl in ihi Certifi- All ll-al of irriqaihr. D'S-' -at? fit.e. tiicl in Parts st r-.arKd "IVa'.Mr Jfliirry 11 in 33. j Ewe be in Ihe har.ds cc'r.cr c! :r.2 on ll-.e U'n er cl I? 10 Range da c( D. V.'J'h to !re ccrre: cl lr? S.L.' te by quarter c' 33 -i a cheque fcr 10 per cen! cl Rar.c! 23 j the c' Ir.e bas Division Ho. S c! li-5 sr.a'l be All mat a-ea ct ir.a caysbte v.irrin Ihirly alter Irict in Paris c! Tc.'.r.sh.'ps'S. 10 a-.d tar.ce c! Tender. II Ins 11 in 3S a-.J kr.dwer ntt co.Tp'eie ihs put- is luttrer civen Inat I v.iil ai'tr acMBtaric" ol hii Te.-.J'r. rttehe tm shall be fcrielred. The SALE OF LAND WINNIPEG The Tri is offered fcr sale bunc says Tiie Investors Group considering moving the head of its five mutual funds '.vest Ojari Tc. cl [III. UIIILLS III Hi> lilt ihe Fc-jrth (0 chailotletowii or Van- of "KI couver to take advantage 'lower cornorale lax rates rse provinces. HOLLYWOOD (AP> "II, noil Gig Yoiuig as an enlrc- LrtlSl where vour'' prer.eur with heart of brass, the; i hustling promoler of a mara- LONDON' (CP) The British then dance in the depression era theatre, a top tourisl attraction in Ocean Park, Calif. tui the land of Shakespeare, is virtually "en its last legs" with he exception of a few famous, j mblicly-subsidized companies, i says a-report by ihe Arls Conn- oil of Great Britain. M The report, product of a 22-1 member committee of actors, writers and impicsaries which. spenl Iwo years invesligatir.g i behind the scenes in London and provincial centres, urges an im- mediate Iransfusion of funds j Irom public and private! sources. It blames television for keep-' ing potential audiences at heme and killing off ihe once-thriving; touring companies which Ihe theatrical lifcblccd circulat- ing around the country. The committee, which in- cludes such figuies as impress-, no Kenneth Tynan, playwright] John Mortimer and actor Sir John Clements, urges the imme- diate selling np of a SSM.OOO fund lo help managements in- vest in top-class new plays and revivals and feed them to a net- work of major provincial Ihea- Ires. Some S2CO.OOO of Ibis would Horace McCoy's bitter novel ol the 1930s. Another aclor ted alreadj been put under conlracl for Ihc role of Rocky, UK scblecky boss of Ihe marathon dance. Baum .Bid off the actor and hired his Termer client, Ycung. As a result of the movie, Young has been flooded with scripts. The roles are varied and he senses omens that he might be able to escape the lype-casting that has plagued his film career. After studying dena Playhouse at Ihe Pasa- he landed contract at ar.d hegan Warner Brothers playing romantic r iil.U ucgtul leads. Tiie war inlerrupted his Leslie C. Tclh Relnrntng CFfrc- Barristers ar.d Solicilcrs 3C1 Carada B-.ildirg A'Lerta lor f.-e EXEC'jfcr. Investors is believed to have1 been the subject of an exchange in the legislature involving un- named companies. Liberal house lender Gordon Johnston asked whether "a company or companies" with Manitoba head offices had in- dicated they would move unless corporate income tax was re- duced "10 the level of other pro- vinces." Finance Minister Saul Cher niacl; replied only (here had been conversations with a num- !ber of companies regarding government policies but there vould he an announcement in he near future on one com iany which might be the one Mr. Johnston had in mind. career. I "When I gol oul of the serV' ce, 1 somehow got stuck play- ng Errol Tlynn's brother all the We Cany A Full line Ol SAXOPHONES, CLARINETS, TRUMPETS, Elc. [Including Accessories) SAVE AT MUSICIAND Car. 3rd Avc. and 13lh Si. S. he recalls. "Now I was very fond of Errol Fiynn, but t's a ditficull Ihing when you're always losing the girl lo the .eading man." Ycung managed to escape by playing an alcoholic in Come Fill Ihe Cup, which provided his firsl acrdcmy ncminalicn, as besl supporting F.clor in 1951.; He was nominaled again for Teacher's Pet in 1958, his first real comedy role. That started a new cycle and he er.ded up playing the second lead in no less than four Doris Day come- dies. "She's the only aclress I've ever done more lhan one pic- come from Ihe Brilish taxpayer via the government-sponsored i Arts Council, with Ihc remain- j der raised through private sub-' scription, perhaps by the issue of shares or long-term lean slocks. lure I Investors disclosed earlier a lessen there? for an easemenl he observes. "Is SAM SAND FARM AUCTION SALE 3Vi MILES NORTH OF FORT MACIEOD ON MACKENZIE BRIDGE ROAD WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1st-l p.m. FARM MACHINERY Model M ircttcr with f'onl end loacJor and live lalrieoJf haying equiprr.nni. New Holland Model 69; Holland Wcdol 56; N'tw Holland 7 It.; Gehl (orcge harveslcr tuning bar; bale elevolor. 16-ll.; John Deere double disc drill: Graham Hocmc rullivoior, 10- it.; John Dterc rod 10-ff: Massoy-Harris swaiher. 12- ft.; rubber-tirrd wcgsn; 18 It. giain ouqer and electric rrolor; Eatoo 2-writUna" garden culli- valor; Model troctD' and Iwo tirt-i (lor lOpnirO; 1955 ''J-'U'i 'fcr rtpoirv. 800 bslus fapprox.l Alfoll-i ftnd B'O.T.rj Hey 500 bales S''ow 500 balus Ool 800 Oals LIVESTOCK Saddle 9-ypof-oM GcUJmy. MfSCELLANEOUS 300 rpllon fuel pun-p; Irnee no5Is, lumber; Veavy ti.T.hfjis; De lovcl ccam sc-poraio': 100 I'D, lank; cream tanj; po'ls; -5 gallons 3 boxus baler anvil; shco Fencing 1ooU: shovoli; logging etc.; rcodng malcriol; feed cocker; Iced iron. HOUSEHOLD EfFECTS rcfrigc-'Oior large.1; bo'n Ijb and tLrres; basin; qas hcyfe'; prooo-nc siovu elct- irk coc'-c'.lcvc; doub'c iinglo beds: maHret- ses: Virrl-cn 2 rlreisers, chair re on Icblc; Hjr.r.S: Sinycc mccninc; Way fog wash.ra JT.ncK'i-.o; largo str-tl iro-jgK. LUNCH SERVED BY JOUY CLUB had ajked for an e corporate tax for ils mutual funds so that shart-hniders, most of wtram live elsewhere in] Canada, would not suffer a tax; penalty because the head offi- ces are in Winnipeg. The New Democratic Parly government increased personal and corporate income taxes Jan. 1 (o help pay for sharply- reduced medical care insur- ance premiums. The corporate rate was increased by two per- cen'.agc points to 13 per cent of basic federal lax. Tiie Tribune says an esti- 1 maled in annual cor-j porale lax revenue would be lost (o Ihe province should Ihe lead offices move al- though there- would be liltle ef- fect on the headquarters staff here of about 500. PKCHER CREEK (Special) Agriculture Minister II. A. (Bud) Olson Mill speak on the agricultural situation April at 13 Remanded To March 26 CALGARY (CP) Thirteen j men jointly charged with non-! capital murder in the dealh of j Konald George Hartley, were remanded lo March 28 when Ihcy appeared in magi- strate's court Friday. Hartley, Ihe president of a'. mo'.orcycle club, died March 71 en route to hnspital after he was bealen on a country road southeasl of Ihe city. j The Ihirlcen, said to lie mem- bers of another molnrcydc i club were represented by seven j lawyers. j Tnose charged are: P.onald 8 p.m. in Ihe Matthew Ilalton High School auditorium. There will he a queslion and answer period. Everyone is welcome. Library Site CKANBROOK (Special) Pressed by Ihe Cranbrook Pub- lic Library board, cily council has approved the Bishop Doyle property location for the new S95.000 public library. Lambert Emkeil, 24; Erwin Lou Emlieil, 20; Douglas Bruce j Agale, 25, Gary Michael Paller, IS; George Slewart Lowe, 27; Richard Lionel Jloy, j 18; David James Kuntz, 13; Barry Parae, 24; Robert Paul; Burton, all of Calgary, James Erling Cjlabias, Rcnald John Dale, 22; Kichard I Dccore, 20; all of Red Deer, I and Daniel Aciolphe Tocws, 23, o{ Linden, Alia. illCMP Officer Scheduled To Speak HIN'CIIER CRERK (.Special) The retail section of Ilic: Pinchtr Creek Cliamlifr ol Commerce will hear Les Skin- ner o[ Lcltiljridge, retired KCMP oflicer, al a meeting to bo held in the MD meeting icom al 8 p.m. March 24. His subject shop lift- ing NSf-' cheques. The meeting is open lo the punlic. Closing Dates AUCTIONEERS KEN E. HURIBURT D. K. McNAB lit. No. 771 lit. No. 670 m -From the Fashion Centres of the World! FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions Prescription Sirnrjlaisei Children's Magnifiers Repa-ri Rfasonable sQrtlCAL PRESCRIPTION CO. St. 8. LETHBRIOtfE Ptioni 327 3609 i TADKH clos- ing dates fcr Talicr school divi-. sion were sel recently hy Ihe trustees. Grades 10 anil II will lie ont of school (or Ihc summer on' Friday, June 19, and all lower will depart from Ihe i classrooms at noon one week later. j Grade 12 students will re-: main in school nnlil drparl-l mental examinations arc com- pleted. Schools in the division will start opci'alicns on Tuesday, Kept. 1. KK1MKII NAMK1) TABEIl (HNS) Vauxhrill Klcmentarj- School principal; licimer will represent Ihe Tabor school division al the Al- jlwrla I'rir.ciprls' l-oadeiship School al Ihc Univcrsily cf AI-. jbcrta in July. I Save 35.05 Men's M ade-To-IVS easu re Suits Ordinarily 120.00 Men's made-lo-measure suits at good savings your selection from a large range of fabrics including all wool worsteds in up to date patterns tone-on-tone patterns, dimensional stripes, chalk stripes, also patterns include sub- dued blends and herringbones, dressy neats and plains, colours of brandy cognac, light jade, Jl OR olive, teal, clear blues, and clean Mm greys. Sizes Regular, Short and Tall. SALE.......................... m Double Breosted Coat Style, Sale 88.45 Extra Charge over 4b" Extra Pants 27.00 Vest................................... Made-lc-Mccisure SSop, Main Floor EATON'S Shop Eaton's Monday from 9 a.m. lo p.m. Call Buy Line 328-8811 for Advertised Goods 327-8551 for All Other Calls. ;