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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE UTHBR1DOE IIEP.ALD WccltioiJny. Auguil 16, 1972 civil servants work outside Ottawa Hull area lly Nrl.SON OTTAWA About i Ihreoqnnrtcrs fi'dt'i-al civil servants are employed outride Hie Ottawa -Iliil! capital area, lint Hit- por rait who are L'tnptoyt'd drim' about 30 per ITIII o( llio fciU-ral iiay- roll. Statistics Canada reports. The tnivcau reporl.s (but the peoplo (HI iho federal employment rolls at the end of September last year repre- sented an increase of ntiout one-third in Hie last 10 years. Ttio cities of Halifax, Mon- treal, Toronto. Winnipeg .'mil Vancouver luive a combined to- tal of more federal civil ser- vants than Hu; Kt.yili vim In the Ottawa-Hull iireii. biggest is in Mon- treal, wlieru are cin- p toyed. But civil more even are employed in (jovemment jobs in scattered small cities towns across the country. Tlicsc include tnmsport tU'parl- iiient airjiort worked in the hinterland, customs men at border points, lighthouse keep- ers, HCMP detachments, am civilian employees of mililavy bases away from Hie big cities, Another arc employed outside Canada as ambassa- dors, trade commissioners, im- migration officers and ttie like. C.OVEHNiMENT EMPLOYEES The figures in the annual sur- vey of federal government em- ployment cover those directly employed by government pnrlments and departmental agencies such as the National Research Council and the Atomic Knergy Control Hoard. Net included are employees of major crown corporations such as Canadian National Railways, Air Canada, or the any ristroae'ivo tir salary totalled mil DACCA, BHtij'liKleslk (Hc-ulcr) A ferry which sank col- liding a fislniitf vt-siiel wn.s IwuU'd Hiuuhiy, official sources said. They did not say him- many hixiics fmiml (Jii boa id. There were rcfvorl.s Sat- urday that about passim- yrrs wci'o killed when steamer sliced (lie ferry in tv-'it. A( I'JDKNT KII.I-S !U QUITO, Kcujidor (AH A fnis loaded willi rclittioas pil- grims [ilmijjttl over an Aixlean mount nin precipice, killing persons mid injuring 17, police I'L'purLcd Tuesthy. Tho hns en route Monday to Hie prov- ince of for the ol Virgin of Cisnc. L for statement TORONTO fCTl Federal New Democratic Party Leader David Lewis was criticized here for his "irresponsible approach in libelling corpo- rations." Stephen Roman, com- pany, Dcnison Mines Ltd., was attacked in a speech given by Mr. S.Ttui'dny, made the remark in ;a prepared stale- men t reaci at a news conter- ence. "Mr. Lewis is obviously talk- ing without aUenlion lo fair de- bale, to gain political advan- said Mr. Roman, Pro- gressive Conservative candi- date in the Toronto riding of York South. In his speech Saturday, Mr. Lewis said Denison Mines did not pay taxes bewecn and 3970, despite profits of 288 between and 1070. Mr. Roman said Monday the profit between anci 1970 was in fact only and that taxes paid to federal pro- vincial and municipal author- ities totalled more than mil- lion between and 1970. REFERS TO DII'FKIIKNCE Referring to (he disornpenc; In Mr. Roman said that for Mr. Lewis "a distortion o only 12 per cent may be modest indeed." "I deal In a world where sud: Inaccuracy Ls he added. Mr. Roman also said that the basis for Canada's industrial progress on Canada's corporations, private enterprise companies." "I am determined lo prevent Mr. Lewis and his cohorts from discouraging and stunting the resources that make this coun- try viable, prosperous and he said. A spokesman for She 11 Oi 1 Canada Ltd. also denied state- menls made by Mr. Ixnvis pcr- aining to that company. Mr. Lewis said the company tad ncL earnings of ictween and 1069 and paid not one single solitary cent of income tax." NO TAXABLE "No company is required lo pay income taxes when it has 10 taxable the Shell spokesman said. The company for many years r spent more in the search for oil j ml gas than it earned from the sale of its products, he said. The resultant losses, applied lo later profits, were not ab- sorbed until 1970. A Falconbridge Nicklc Mines spokesman also said Monday that (he company wos to re- lease a statement Icday in re-1 to remarks made by the; New Democratic Party leader. Mr. Lewis said Ihe company had paid income laxes only million on net income of S211 million between 1M5 and 1971. FEED ON NKEDI.ES Defolialing lype insects feed on the leaves or needles of trees. Pattern 7327 Pink Why, not Combine all colors for rjuilt. 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