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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE TWELVE THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD THURSDAY, MAY 16.. 1946 Stampedes Now Big Business, Speaker Says At Gareshok 22 Entered For JUNIOR Trailing Hard For JFASTBALL King's Plate Trial scrap GBHSNVOOD LASH, Mar I pec-es eassicn at the Clsresiplz. tbe Secreauor: sicg. The s th -.be. Canada not Calgarv Sauspede for a period ofnsie. Cooper o: Xanio" wlio handles the asizo'jsc- i2g for the Calgarr Bdircrthr spoie oz the in connection beces and gsre the of :r.e Jo-cation of Oovrboy Pro- tective Association and the Pro- Satsirday o i emered "for Plate proper tie lollov.ing a jor his usual gys Y only tour haw no; oee- ne into a rc and pulled feu: miles around :n Sea Cadets will tangle the Cclurobus Club tonight. Thursday, commeneins at pjn, in" another of the sche- duled Junior Fastball League games beins at the fast- ball stadium at lleuderson Kirk. Fans are urged to turn out and enjo> the snappy hall that will be offered by the- junior teams. Albino Duck Self Herald Road Race Revived, Calgary year's Kootenay boundary meet Is the added attraction of ixorse racing, sponsored by the Pernie Rodeo Association, It will include a race, democrat race, stake race and a dude race. A barn dance in the Catholic ball will end the days activities. It is ex- pected that Natal-Michel will be well represented in the coming Kootenay boundary meet with at least 15 "of the best ________ SPORT NOTES At High River ARCADIA. Blue Again, owned by K- W. 1 CAIX5ASY, May 16. Soad Race, first run in and cancelled in 1942 because dis- tance runners had gone off to war. -Kill be resumed this year after lapse of three seasons, the Heraid management announced Wednes- day. Tne sis side, course, annually attracted the best i marathoners in western Canada. wdl be the proving ground for an- S 0'r-e-- ehaEcpionshio tess on Thanks- j gliing Ocl. 14. Date for the 1 renewal has been approved by the Alberta branch. AA.U. of Can- ada. __ _ ot "te'fsinous j KcrW. Sari Stauifer iciced the Reeve J DODDS KIDNEY PILLS the J. Cclleii. Durin; i the "ousiness nieeung r. -XAS to the Claresholm Societv ss a ccni- rnir'se cf the Men's Club. The carry en the i Horticultural competitions be C G- A. A. i D. A, Mouser, Dr. J. Carroll and S. S. Sobj. j Tie meeting also agreed to oper- the reireshment, booth at the Dsy on June 25. A cora- 1 of C. W. Carney. F. Yeats. C. W. snd S. H. Dareh nere msde responsible for s. float for the parade on Soorts "Day. The -nest is recreser.tsc by filly Sioris, o-xr.ec. Dr F. Salisbury. .Hal K Jj55______________ can league and purchased by Chi- j Cubs fe- the warver price cf S7500. Tribe vice-president Roger announced Tuescay. Ruth i yesterdav he had received cffrr Vhacsosver" to head the j Baseball league ___ ___---------------- -his statement to add that he niigh: XATICXA3L PARK. }jare somethins farther to say Belicn. big the subject -a-hen he returned from game :n Glacier; Mexico City in aoo-: 'n'esks. Xationa! Park spring, j j Big Game Census Taken In Glacier B.C. -ili take place at Ferule on "Bob's such a young-looking TV AD comes home with a springy if step and sparkling smile. He's bright and cheerful as he says "Hello as keen as -when he waved goodbye this morning. Yes. Mother sad Dad, and in fact their parents too, realize what a help Eno's 'Fruit Salt' has been to fitness and health. Eno's "Fruit is refreshing and pleasant to take. It will help sweeten the breath and relieve acid oftee the cause of headaches and indigestion. Eno is free of harsh, bitter sugar or artificial flavouring of any kind; Buy a bottle of Eno's "Fruit todav. 11 overtim "he plans :o make cne more attempt to get the Xf state racing commission his riding license and not y. May 24. when ath-etes from different schools in the East dif and then tended, by 1 SSSrfSSrS'Sa sion alter ne got into trouuie grille i ncina in Mexico last IIITiSM COLUMBIA PACKERS LIMITEI VANCOUVER, CANADA _____and Xatal-Miche! wiU repre- sent the East Sootenay. ivhile consist of foot! vaulting, high and :c. Included in this ENDS 'Fruit Salt' E7-M FOR75 YEARS THE Dunris waiter morths -hese sni- nisls near the psrk boun- because of tie deep snores in the higher of the inier- 'or. and in seme sections the food suprjir became bad" depleted before spring In spite of the SHOTS'" conditions, tr.e Ics- of asiraals cunng the vrfnter isas not escessii.e. Bow Island C.W.L Holds Regular Monthly Meeting 3OW ISLAXD. On Sur.cay. May 12. trie hoir-e of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Velnhuis the scene of a family reunion in hon- or of Mrs H. Veldhuis. Sr. celebrated her 31st birthday. Among the children tsresent Mrs J Parkin of Michel. B.C., Mr. and Mrs. H. Van Tol of Macleod. GET DISCHARGES NATAL. B.C. rjD-S'' The latest Natal-Michel servicemen to receive their discharges include: Steve Herchus. AJ- feo Bernardo. Louis Josay. Robert j J. Henry. Acolph Punch. Joe Alto- mare. Avelino Perselio. Arthur Guenthex, Smilio Qualtieri. Wilfred Estabroo'-c. Joe Cara-.etta, Steie" Letasy. Joe Hepka. BOW ISLAXD NOTES JSLAJiD. Mr? Arthur Mack returnee home at the i end of the from -Rhere she has beer, staying for the pas jear with Mrs. Mack. Sr Mr. and Mrs Cassiiy of Etaitoni irere Suncav guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Schoncrt. EVEN'S SCHOLARSIflP KTMBSRLEY. A? special apnrcciauon for h.s in the Kimbeiley -icho-31 entry in the East Xooter.av school- draiha :r. Crar.brooic recent- ly. Smart Campbel} of has been axrarded a scholarship for The six-treeks course in crajna of- fered ouring the summer at the j BarJU Fine Arts stirr.rr.er school. TJIP nlay entered "The Tr.'1 in- ner is the of Mr ar.c, Mrs. D. S I Campbell, ar.d they make trieir home in McDougail Heights. TiVIXNIFRED NOTES WINNIFREB fHNSl Tr.c Wmnifred district, receuec a fail of inches of snow Monday nintj. United chtirch sernce? be licla on Suncay, May 19. There Is a very grave danger that a higher percentage of the country's revenue than at present may have to come In the future from your personal income tax. Tax-free co-operatives, crown companies, government and municipally owned corporations are rapidly expanding in numbers and scope. Because of the fact that they escape paying income tax, the government is already losing 125 millions of dollars of potential revenue annually (Estimate of Professor J. L. McDougall presented to a special committee of the That means that all individual tax payers ia Canada pay an extra S50.00 each, on the average, in income tax, so that these corporations may be tax-free, 4500 tax-free co-operatives Some 4500 co-operatives in this country have been escaping income tax because they claimed that co- operatives make no profits. A Royal Commission on Co-operatives has declared that co-operatives do make profits, and has recom- mended that their profits be taxed. But it has also recommended that profits paid out to customers In the form of "patronage dividends" should be treated as an expense in computing taxable Income. If this latter recommendation of the Royal Commission becomes law, co-operatives and other businesses will be at liberty to pay out all their earnings as patronage dividends, leaving nothing to tax. Co-operatives and privately owned businesses -would be entirely free to decide whether or not they chose to pay income tax. AH profits must be taxed equally If this country is going to have an income tax law, then all profits must be taxed, and taxed fairly. We do not object to the payment of "patronage dividends" out of profits after income tax has been paid. But we do object to the recommendation that patronage dividends be classed as an ordinary expense of doing business. "Patronage dividends" must be placed in the same category as the dividends from any privately owned business. Revision of The Income War Tax Act, insofar as it concerns Co-operatives, will come before the .current Session of Parliament. It is of utmost importance that such revisions shall bring tax equality to all groups. We urge that the Income tax payers of Canada Insist that their elected representatives in the House of Commons see that the heavy burden of Income tax is shared fairly by all. The Income Tax Payers Association has no objection to the principles of co-operative trading. It should be the right of every Canadian to trade as be desires. Our objective is to ensure that no section of business unloads its share of income taxation and cost of the uar on other business or on individual income tax payers. All con JOIN THI I.T. P. A. Income tax payers (except employees of iacome tax exempt icerns) axe eligible for membership in the Income Tax Association. If vou wish to become s.gn and mail the attached application form and enclose saeffiDerSBJp tee ot Mail esther to Winnipeg or Toronto. Income Tax Payers Association; Toronto or Winnipeg- I herebv nalce .srucation for sneofcenHp in tfce on sad eaciosc Derewius saeaoersoip ice of Sfrtff A WRITE OTTAWA You can assist In correcting this unfair tax situation by writing immediately to the Government urging equitable application ot Income Taxation to all forms of business. Fill out and mail the attached form. No postage is required. Minister of Finance. I respectfully urge I That ibe Go-'trament Jpplr income tiiMipn on exactly the szme basis on al! foraj of commercial eoterpnse, isclodics Crown companies, municipal and goTcrnnieaal -iSKTrises mutual concerns. 2. Thai patronise snd Ilkc payments. _be dw- allowed as ao expense before irrmos at taiibls locome. INCOME TAX PAYERS ASSOCIATION LOMBARD BUILDING, WINNIPEG 92 ADELAIDE STREET WEST, TORONTO NEWSPAPER! ;