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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Thundoy, Ottobtr THE LtTHMDOl HfltAlO i inada OTTAWA (CP) The cam- in Canada has become a ven for dozens of foreign pro- essors and students who preach o 1 i t i c a 1 extremism, W. H. elly, retired ROMP director of and intelligence, said ednesday. He advocated that they, and y foreigner who enters Can- la to support separatism, be Id to leave the country. School nards and universities should see that teachers teach, not TO HONOR A SCOT Allan MqcEachen, president of the privy council and government leader in the Commons, wears the Macdonald Clanranald kilt to a banquet when the Heraldry Society of Canada presented the Heraldic arms of Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada's first prime min- ister, to the National Archives. Speaking with the minister Is Lt. Col. Gordon D. Leggett, president of the Toronto branch of the Clan. Welfare Sliced In Mini-Budget By HAROLD MORRISON LONDON (CP) The chan- cellor the exchequer got a unofficial title "demon barber" who dared to Ehave Britain's sacred welfare state; "Ouch" cried The Sun and a number of other left-of-centre newspapers as the.Ml scope of Anthony Barber's mini-budget bit the headlines. Tory-supporting papers, how- ever, gave the chancellor a pat on the back as he announced cuts in personal and corporation income taxes for the first time in 11 years. Big Four Needed LONDON (AP) Britaii and the Soviet Union .agreed here on the need for early progress in Big Four power talks on Ber- lin and on United Nations envoy Gunnar V. Jarring's peace mis- sion in the Middle East But in six hours of talks, So- viet Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko and British Foreign Secretary .Sir Alec Douglas- Home failed to break any new ground on Vietnam or the pro- posed East-West European se- curity conference, authoritative sources said. On Berlin both sides agreed to seek progress, as soon as possi- ble, toward an agreement on ac- cess to the divided city. .Gro- myko stressed that the Soviet Union has no intention of under- mining present agreements on Berlin. The British rogare progress on Berlin as the key to chances for detente in Europe. On the Middle East both sides agreed on the importance of re- viving Jarring's mediation mis- sion as soon as possible. This is expected to be stressed along with the Berlin question in a joint communique Thursday. On Vietnam, Douglas-Home probed Gromyko on the chances for reviving the Geneva confer- ence peacekeeping machinery which Britain and tho Soviet Union head as co-chairman. Gromyko said the time is not ripe. GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE Alcoholism can hn lor divcrCv. in Kentucky but not drug addiction. But free school milk for mos students above the age of seven will be stopped. Charges for na tional health medicine, dent care and spectacles will be in creased. Changes will be mad in food' subsidies which will likely mean higher food prices And subsidies for a number industrial developments, com muter transport aiid other oper ations will be halted. ON THEIR OWN The upshot, as Barber sees i U to make more Britons stand on their own feet instead of d pending on the public treasury "There is too much gover meat Barber to atelevisionaudience aft presenting his budget surprise in the Commons Tuesday. Britain's living standards ha fallen behind those of other countries because of high in come tax, he said. Britain one time had been one of th world's richest countries. B because of the high tax roughly 41 per cent for mo middle class payers man Britons had concludedth there no longer was any point seeking promotion or workm overtime. Starting next April, the ra of personal income tax will 1 dropped by about sixpence the six cents _ by several pereentag points for the middle-class'pa ers. Many Britons will be ab to save between and year on their, taxes. Corporation income tax w be reduced immediately to 4 per cent from 45 per cent ai depreciation allowances will 1 increased to provide more bus ness incentive. MUST DIG DEEPER But while the taxpayer will 1 able to retain more of his earn ings, he will have to dig deepe in his pocket for medical ca and probably.for food and ra transport. The system of paying farmer a direct subsidy from the go crnment treasury v switched to one of pushing import duties on selected foe items thereby raising domesl prices and giving British farm ers a higher price for the sales. Canadian officials arc co cerned about this scheme- likely to come into operation a matter of a exploring with British officia how this will affect Canada traditional market here f wheat and other items. "At this said the labo supporting Daily Mirror, "M Barber will soon be known the demon ba her of Wcstminscr. The orig nal Sweeney slit his customer throats while staving them." "Canadian schools must not I the former deputy corn- become incubators of terror-1 missioner said. "Who is going to Defence System Tests Held NORTH BAY, Ont. (CP) Another in a series of exercises designed to test the effective- ness of North America's air de- fence system was conducted over Eastern Canada early Tuesday. A spokesman for the North American Air Defence Command (NORAD) said jet aircraft simulated enemy bomb- ers in flight over eastern On- tario, Quebec and the Atlantic provinces. Supersonic NORAD interceptors scrambled to inter- cept .them. say 'we have had Mr. Kelly urged the public to say it. "If you don't, you will get more, and he told a Ca- nadian Club luncheon audience. He warned that unless stern measures are taken, Canadians will face "a number of situa- tions" like the terrorists actions of the Front de Liberation du Quebec. His audience, mainly federal officials and city businessmen, cheered as he advocated the death penalty for the kidnap- ping or murder of politicians and judges. Mr.' Kelly aimed his remarks about extremism mainly at im- migration policy and the cam- pus. Federal policy allowed revolu- tionaries such as Jerry Rubin to visit Canada and speak as long as they had a sponsor of good reputation. "Once in Canada, the speaker could appeal "to that minority that can be converted to this type of he said. A minority view that thert ll no place for law enforcement on the campus had prevailed m tht 1960s. "Keeping the police off cam- pus is in keeping with the gen- eral aims of the extremists. H they are successful, they can cany on unhindered and unde- tected. At the present time, thta is exactly the situation." He hoped universiy trators would crack down. SIMPSONS-SEARS Kg Price Reduction on 2 Great Fibreglas Belted Allstate Tires Snow Guard or Wide Guard both at the same low price! Whitewalls AS LOW AS 27 .98 D78-14 (6.95-14) Reg. Fibreglas belts under the tread keep it stiff and free from tread squirm so tires don't wear as quickly. You get double the mileage of ordinary unbelted tires. GUARANTEED for the life of the tread against ALL tire failures, PLUS, 36 riionihs against tread wearout. Save On Snow Guard Wide, deep traction tread gives a terrific performance on both ice and deep snow. Runs quiet on bare pavement "78" series low profile dimensions sets your car closer to the road with a wider track stance for greater stability. Can be equipped with ice-grip studs for better grip on ice, for only v SACK IN. PUS. 'Series P9S. C7S-14- 7.35-14 F78-15 078-15- 34.93, 98 Heg. single tire price is per tire, higher than shown Choose stylish twin ring whitewalls (like 1970 ears) or slim single ring. a tire. 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