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August 13, 1964

The Ottawa Journal from Ottawa, · Page 21

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 13. 1984. V MAKING FRIENDS .,' Valeria add Donna waiiams of Manotick - are .t'c pluming to go to the Ottawa Exhibition. Next tuna .. ..- Ken VandenBoaca of Manotick thowa off one . ', of hi calvea that will be an attraction to Story Book will H (By The : CP) Canadians covld face ' a ' Se-per-cem fav craasa la paraanat income taxes H this Nvanua aourca were aver tapped to finance the big heeltb-aarviosa aaekage tacommended last month by the Hall royal commissionA- . The estlaiate I made la tts latest Journal by the Canadian Taa Foundation, a large prlvata organisation - of v aceooatants. lawyers,, corporations and others who aim at "expert. Impartial research ' into current problems of taxation and government flnsnca." Tba Hall eommissloa . adve-eatad a comprehensiva pro-gram, nctuding prepaid md-kat care, that would by 1171 cost M.tai.KO.OOl, about $4M,-snore than existing private and public health . pro-grama would the cost ' It said about N per cant of the ovar-aH cost would be cbaa-aeled , through governments, which should. raise the extra fundi required . by Increasing 1 4 1 V they meet these guinea pigi will probably be at Story Book Farm. Farm at 'the Ottawa Exhibition. With him. left to right, are his sisters, Jo-Anne, Glenna and Marilyn; , ' ' " Matnal Ptwt fcy Domtatoa WMt) 'Impartial Experts' Warn of Possibility , : 50 Pir Cent Income Tax ike Over Health Plan? taxes m a way that the tax- cause the tax is applied at the payer' could "see" how much the whole program was costing aim.- . ': .. - Using the commission's fig-area,' the- foundation estimates that If the big plan was operating In 1K4, about S91S,tM,00f would have to be raised la the form of higher taxes or govern' ment taurance premiums to meet the public share of the added cost. - ' COULD BOOST TAXES This ; sm.ooe,w could be raised by boosting corporation Income taxes to around 74 per cent, about M percentage points sbove the present maximum federal rata. . That ' would be "ludicrouaj'' the foundation said. And the payment wouldn't be visible ts the individual Ca- aadlaa. .j ... - A To rales the same amount Ml money, ' the federal sales tax would hava to be increased to II per cent from the present !1 per cent But this, too, was ruled out by the" foundation be- manufactarers level, not oa retail sales. To raise 0IS.OM,N through the regular personal Income tax would require increasing every-, one's income tax by almost M per cent," the foundation said. However, the Hall commlssioa said the cost should be shared about equally between the federal -and provincial governments. Just as they, now share the cost of hospital Insurance. 'The tax .foundation estimated the federal share at ttM.M0.t0Q of the added cost, the provinces providing the otheivM55,M0,000. Ottawa oouM coveV Ma share by a U-per-cent Increase la personal Income taxes. This "looms all the larger wbea compared with the U.S. cut of approximately 2 per cent In personal tax," the f o a a d a 1 1 0 a commented. - ' 1 ' 'r: '' SALES TAX POSSIBLE . As for the provinces, they conceivably could raise their share by collecting premiums from everyone or by Increasing sales taxes, in those provinces which have them. Using sales taxes aione, the foundation said, would mean Increasing present rates by t h r e e percentage points. '' . If premiums were used to raise the full provincial share, these would have to be about t7l a year for a family and M0 for ' a single person. These would be In addition to premiums already collected In some provinces for hospital Insurance. , One 'other possibility raised by the foundation was to divert existing federal family allowance payments to the health program. This would lower the amount of extra public funds required by some IM4.000.000, leaving a "more manageable" t37S.000.000 to be . raised by taxes of one kind or another. But that decision would be politically difficult, the found tlon cpbMryvd. . 1 gether on o ' .- .---'' . k ..:.'. ...'!.:"' 21 jrf.W-.ir?' -; vt-"- Vvv Story Book Farm Bigger, Better V x The Ottawa Journal . 7 I Barnyard Pals All Set . 7b Pack 'Em in at Ex v. .t V "X A, t iV v. . V , I Taking the children to the Ex? Starts in eight days, you know. " It runs from Friday, Aug. 21, to Saturday, Aug. 29. ; . And each day onof the greatest features of the entire show will be Story Book Farm. ; See it last year? BIGGER, BETTER ; ; Well, this year, say the organizers, it win be even bigger, even better " .. All the farm animals and fowl will be (here . . . ponies, lambs, piglets, calves, ducks, . chickens, dogs, kittens, goats, and other barnyard friends. ' - Right now they are being gathered to- farms out Manotick way to be v jflpW W fj ejh "WWW Ik."''. J " 1. r:;r ft (By The CP) Conserva tlve opposition to the govern, meat's proposed maple leaf flag took on a tougher line hi the Commons Wednesday with; re peated charges that the govern ment Is pandering to the wishes of a minority. .11 - The assault on the flag, which continues today, drew a ooun- ter-chante from Liberal James Byrne (Kootenay East) parlia mentary secretary .to Labor Minister MacEachen, that- the Conservatives are staging a fili buster. i ',.,;' ... QUEBEC MINORITY '"l Six Conservative speakers ac cused the government of pand ering to a minority' in Quebec and forcing a majority of Cana dians to accept what a minor ity wants. One of them Dmm- mond Clancy (York ton) broke ranks with his party and said he would vote against Opposition Leads Diefenbaker'a amend -Mil Alex Bryndza feeds a couple of the ponies ft the Bracken farm In Manotick. The handsome Say West Would Join U.S. Gov't Ba Minority brought to Ottawa next week for the Exhibition. " . f , ATTRACTED 300,000 ',',:),'. This great free show, sponsored annually by the Exhibition Association and the Manotick Kiw&iis Club, attracted: one half (300,-. -. oob people) of the total number who attended ; the fair last year. . . A -'v. 'v,v- ' , This year , the organizers are preparing for more. . ' "F77- ' ' They hope you will go. ; . - Therell be a dairy princess to welcome you, all the animals to see on the inside and novel nursery rhymes to tell you .about the little creatures youll meet., See you ... at Story Book Farm. ' - .1 LUNCH TIME t-; r r-. - f . - ,7 "I ) 7 (.: (I bying Quebec United States.!-- --r SUGGESTS 'COMMITTEE on Hag ment calling for a national .pleb iscite on the flag issue. . The harsh Conservative line came as this Commons resumed debate on the flag three red maple leaves. oa a white back ground with blue vertical bord ersfor the first time since July J. It Was the seventh day of debate. ' -:--: : Mr. Clancy said he opposes a national plebiscite on the flag because be has seen the bitter ness caused by previous pleb iscites'. .And then" he warned that many westerners will not be pushed-hround by a minority la Quebec , and would if compelled te readily Join the Conseryarlvft whip Eric Wink- let (Grey Bruce) urged that the1 design of a distinctive Canadian flag should be worked out by an all-party parliamentary com mittee. ' Percy Noble (PC North) said the URGES, MODERATION , J. -1 ones Grey should withdraw Its maple leaf design before it divides the country and inflicts wounds that will take centuries to heal. . IVttiataa HarictiMa - if PT . TL gary , North) .appealed to the1 Liberals to take a reasonable attitude and compromise so that stepe. can ba taken to find a flag suitable to the majority of Canadians. . . . Mr. Winkler said he would use all his personal Influence to; see that a design is worked out calmly and 'deliberately which would not be a polHkal flag- He did hot say whether be wai speaking on behalf of bis party. He urged moderation In the flag debate; and cautioned that because ' the design' was ar ranged and presented to Parlla- 4 ' 1 4j ' V Paiominos will be among the attractions at the Story - i ... book rarm..-:.1v ,-.,.vi.'-.-'-' ... la by DooiafcM WtOal . , , , - .- i 1 k t stands "00 the brink" of serious internal disunity. ?" He wondered whether there was any significance in the fact that in the government's design, , the maple leaves have U points. There were three leaves on one stem,' but this never - occurred on a maple tree. It was chares. , teristlc of another plsnt poisos. Mr. Noble said the government's appeasement of French-'. Canadians In the selection of a ' flag design will not satisfy their espiratlons, ' He had received hundreds of tetters but only one supported the maple leaf design. V-'-v"-' Mr. Noble said . speeches by Ontario Liberals on the flag issue are conspicuous by their absence. He challenged Ontario Liberals to speak in the debate and said that if they supported the Pearson design they would ment In a political way Canada I be through In politics. J

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