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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta December 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 27 Finance ministers to make final tax pitch next OTTAWA CP A twoday federalprovincial finance minis ters meeting ended Tuesday with agreement to meet again in Toronto in February to dis cuss tax concessions for small That may be the last chance the provinces will have to make their pilch before Finance Min ister Edgar Benson makes final decisions on his plans for revis ing the Income Tax to bo presented in a budget next Charlse On tario provincial presented a plan to todays con ference to grant the owneroper ators of small Canadian busi ness a healthy tax cut on money they invest or reinvest in their Benson said the Mac Naughton plan is but contained some He did not Ottawas embodied in Bensons white paper on proposed tax law revision 13 months is to treat large and small msinesscs alike from a tax point of but offer small business some other form of Dave provincial treasurer of de scribed the MacNaughlon pro posal as a tax deferral plan am said Saskatchewan thinks tin small the have a tai Strom urges more attention to conclusions of ECC MOBY DICK LIVES Herman Melvilles famous novel told of a fictious white but scientists in have the real Named for the literary the baby albino above is the worlds only captive white killer It measures aboufr 12 feet long and weighs Hard of Hearing See The New DISCREET available at EATONS HEARING AID CENTRE Stereo Floor MATHESON OUR CERTIFIED HEARING AID AUDIOIOGIST Will be in LETHBRIDGE on 10th till You wont believe your eyes or ears when you hear and see the Discreet by The most natural sounding eyeglass hearing aid we have eyer Gone forever is artificial No cost or Come call or write EATONS HEARING CENTRE Second Floor Dial 3278551 Mntheson EDMONTON CP Pre1 pared statement issued just be the start of a meeting be tween the Alberta cabinet and John chairman of raler Harry Strom said today federal and provincial govern1 ments should give more atten tion to conclusions of the Eco nomic Council of His comments came in a pre the economic The premier said they will discuss the councils seventh Youth Column Students protest to ombudsman OTTAWA CP Love tight land lord academic a 23yearold Renfrew native and student at Ottawa Univer hears about them At work since the student ombudsman has a small office in the Students Federation The post was originally up by the federation to deal with purely academic prob but demand has ex tended its services to other areas and has also forced Adamchick to hire as assist ant Lucette a graduate student in linguis Adamchick works when he can during the and every night from 6 to JO He is paid a week which hardly covers his sun He describes his reward as Adamchicks art is cut ting through the administra tive and bureaucratic maze that often confuses university The bulk of the 150 problems that the office has handled this involved lack of money and negligent CITY HELPS OUT The ombudsman office has had many complaints of high substandard housing and even bed Adamchick knows the appro priate city officials to ap proach to correct such situa And when student loans were delayed this year and students faced financial the university placed him in charge of an emer gency loan But Adamchick says his most fulfilling work is hand ling problems that are social or If he cant he refers students to the uni WERE OVERSTOCKED BIG SAVINGS NOW 11 ONLY MENS SUITS Double or single Sizes and WHIIE THEY LAST ONLY 19 All alteration extra ALL OTHER SUITS GREATLY REDUCED FOR THIS PRECHRISTMAS EVENT MENS PYJAMAS SPECIALLY PRICED AT WINTER JACKETS and PARKAS CLEARING NOW AT BIG SAVINGS MENS BRAND NAME SPORT and DRESS SHIRTS CLEARING AT 20 OFF MENS TOPCOATS AT BIO PRECHRISTMAS SAVINGS OF 20 Off MENS HATS FINE WOOL FELTS 20 OFF MENS HARRIS TWEED SPORT COATS Regularly PRECHRISTMAS SPECIAL Dressing Gowns Regularly GIFT SPECIAL 1 Suspenders Button or Regularly I AA SPECIAL 1 EVERYTHING MUST GO SAVE 20 to 50 BUYRITE MENS WEAR 318 5th Street Phone 3274210 versity chaplaincy or to medi cal and psychitaric He told of one girl who wanted money to leave her We c 0 u 1 d n t solve her problem the way she wanted but we got her some counsel ling and now everything is Adamchick hopes to be a community programmer some He spent three years studying for the priest hood and a year each in arts and law before entering edu cation this He also was editor of The the university for a year and spent three summers working for the youth and rec reation branch of the Ontario education annual report and the eco ilomic situation in Smith was invited to dis cuss the economic development problems Alberta faces and to explore ways of improving the provinces Strom The economic council per forms a valuable role in terms of setting economic goals and evaluating performance and it would be desirable if govern ments federal and provincial more attention to the councils conclusions Strom said the councils seventh annual report reflected many of the policy positions that Alberta has advanced for The statement mentioned the c o u n c i 1s general conclusion that economic growth should be pursued and not inhibited as some of the recent federal gov ernment policies are design ed to do The premier also praised the council for saying that dispari ties do not apply as much to regions as they do to in There are pockets of pov erty in the most wealthy prov ince as well as in the Man Our future policies must be designed to upgrade in dividuals so that they have the opportunity to increase their livelihood by participation in the mainstream of produc break as well as a lax The final session of the con ference also looked briefly al the federal governments new white paper on social but put off detailed discussion until provincial welfare minis ters have examined it more They are to have a confer ence here starting Raymond recently appointed finance minister of said the social security white the federal govern ments white paper on unem ployment and two studies nearing completion in Quebec on social now should form the basis of a gen eral revision of the whole sys Quebec wants to take over more welfare schemes as a pro vincial The Ontario plan for tax con cessions to small Canadian busi ness would be to allow a 50per cent credit against income taxes otherwise payable for any in up to a that a person makes in his own whether individually owned or a M011E ENCOURAGING MacNaughton would be a greater encourage ment for small business than the current federal tax law which imposes a lower rate of taxes on Ihc first of busi1 would be limited to individuals ness who put money into their own The Ontario plan was tabled small businesses in The at the conference when it re1 maximum credit that could be sumcd its twoday dealj claimed any year would be ing oday will the federal white and over the lifetime of paper proposals for revision of j lie Invest the Income Tax I nicrils in portfolio se The federal plan would do and gas and oil away with the 21percent tax rate on the first of com pany and tax all corn speculations would not Finance Minister Edgar Ben chairman of he confer pany profits at about 50 per was not expected to cam Ollawa lias promised to Liont Qniario r introduce some other form of encouragement for small busi MacNaughlons plan Satellite in 72 SPARWOOD IINS The CBC is not thinking of provid ng a TV satellite to serve the Sparwood area before Tliis is information received j rom MP Doug Despite persistent pushing by I Lhe MP and representations to rtim and his predecessor going back about 10 years the CBC wont Latest word is the ac cording to cant be He passes along its decision that it intends to apply for a satellite to serve the area in He said Monday that he would withhold comment on such al ternatives to his white paper proposals because he now is ncaring the stage of making definite decisions on what changes in current law to pro pose to LIABILITY 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