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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, March 22, THE LETHMIDQE HERALD 23 Machine graveyard The shredded remains of aiitos and other scrap metal rest in dead heaps on the grounds of a Toronto scrap metal firm framing the Toronto skyline. The company has a unique ripping machine that can tear apart 70 cars an hour with its giant shredders and guillotine. Manitoba proposes tax credit scheme WINNIPEG (CP) The Manitoba government proposed a tax credit scheme to combat inflation and a doubling of taxes on mineral production in a record million budget brought down Thursday night. Fiance Minister Saul Cherniack told the legislature tax credits of up to will be allowed on 1974 tax returns, with maximum benefits to go to senior citizens and low- income families. The plan is to be financed largely, from increased mineral taxes. No major changes in personal taxes were proposed, but the minister announced some' changes in sales tax exemptions and provision for shifting the province's 10-per- cent amusement tax to municipal jurisdiction. Business urged to fight charges of profiteering OTTAWA (CP) Finance Minister John -Turner Thursday urged the business community to fight against charges of profiteering. Referring to the "corporate rip-off" attack launched by the New Democratic Party, Mr. Turner said in an interview: "Business lay down under the corporate rip-off thing. It is up to big business and small to lay the facts out." The NDP has repeatedly charged since the 1972 federal election campaign that many Lang answers critics VANCOUVER (CP) Federal Justice Minister Otto Lang blames a bad winter and a shortage of locomotives on rail lines for the current delay in wheat shipments from the prairies. Mr. Lang, who is responsible for the Canadian Wheat Board, responded Thursday to accusations that the wheat board is inflexible and has a bureaucratic attitude. He said the board is flexible and is not responsible for delays in wheat shipments. "Now we have the challenge to catch up not only to the original schedule but to do better and that can only be done through the co-operation of quite a lot of he said. Mr. Lang is in Vancouver to address the Vancouver Bar Association and University of British Columbia law students. Oil reserves skow decline CALGARY