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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 used to support. This u only a sample listing. There is little doubt that both for the sake of equity and as an incentive for Northern de- velopment and investment, a much fairer tax deal is needed for the North. The problem is that there are two Govern- ments involved, each with dif- ferent interests. The provincial governments have the responsibility of pro- viding the schools, the roads and most of the other costly services, while the Federal Government collects the tax revenue of most of Northern By Allen Spragett The unexplained Highly successful business- least doubled profits over the men a-O usually thought rf as previous five years, just about the most hard-head- When Dr. Dean gave the same tests to businessmen who were less successful, they were it, on practical considerations able to guess correctly only alone. Intuition plays little or one out of 12 numbers an abnormally low proportion of ed breed around. They make decisions, so the stereotype has no part. Like so many other stereo- hits. be types this one appears to wrong. Recently' Dr. Douglas Dean, a professor at the Newark Col- lege of Engineering, told me about a research project he and a colleague conducted which suggests that top level Fitness classes NOBLEFORD (Special) Mrs. Lori Farough and Mrs. Evelyn Konynenbelt attended a women's keep fit clinic at the Lethbridge YMCA. Interestingly, two-thirds of tho successful group said they were fully aware, that in making important business de- cisions they were consistently. right with hunches, often against logic, facts and recom- mendations of subordinates. Dr. Dean summed up the results of his research: "The higher up you go in business the more decisions' are made on intuition, and the top men apparently have it working for Intuition may be an alias for residents. One estimate suggests that the federal provincial tax take ratio is 4 to 1 in favor of the federal treasury, while the spending ratio is weighted against the provinces. What is required for Northern residents is a new tax deal which reflects the reduced services they receive from Governments: what is required for Northern development is a new tax incentive system which partly compensates for the usual problems such as high risk and capital shortage. And what is required to bring about the changes is a new tax partnership between the three levels of Government: the Northern community, the Provinces and Ottawa. If all three can agree on the components of a better fiscal and tax climate in Canada's Northern areas, a major inequity will be removed. (Mr. Asper is a Winnipeg RESIGNATION RUMORED have ordered Cambodian Premier Lim Nol to give up all official duties temporarily amid rumors he will Diplomatic sources reported Lon Nol is ailing but the nature of his illness is not more, not less, intuitive than other people. They make a high proportion of their decisions on the basis of what might be called inspired guesswork. Sixty-seven engineering firm presidents were queried about their methods of making business decisions. In addition, they were given a test to measure their possible ESP. They were asked what numbers a computer would print on a card on a random basis some hours in the future. By pure chance the executives should have guessed correctly one number out of 10. Instead they predicted, on an average one correct number out of eight an abnormally high proportion of hits indicating, said Douglas Dean, that ESP was operating. These were very successful men. Their businesses had clinic was hosted by the Lethbridge Family Y and the department of youth for the purpose of training instructors on various aspects of fitness. keep fit classes are held in the Noble Central Schcol every Tuesday at 8 DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Store Bldg. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbridgt ORDER OF FORESTERS ANNUAL INSTALLATION SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20th Cocktails p.m. Smorgasbord p.m. HENDERSON LAKE GOLF COURSE Tickets by reservation only Not idler than Monday, February 15th CONTACT R. Wheeldon 327-6141 L. Carefoot 328-1327 M. tremel 328-3786 Lodge Office race NANA1MO, B.C. (CP) A special bathtub race in Nanaimo harbor is being planned to entertain the Queen and Prince Philip when they visit here for 45 minutes May 4. Mayor Frank Ney announced the plan Safeway continues ANTI-LITTER CAMPAIGN INTRODUCING OUR NEW POLICY CRAGMONT POP IN GLASS BOTTLES WILL STILL BE NON-REFILLABLE BUT WILL BE RETURNABLE! A 5' DEPOSIT PER BOTTLE WILL NOW BE REFUNDABLE Applicable on all Cragmont 28 fl. oz. bottles sold after Feb. 15 Phone 328-1771 Cragmont Pop comes in 8 delicious flavours. Every bottle has a unique screw top that easily tightens down to preserve the product indefinitely. Cragmont in non-refillable bottles are by far the best buy. Top quality guaranteed. Bottles from all brands of soft drinks sold at Safeway are now refundable at Safeway. COLA, GINGER ALE, LEMON- LIME, COLLINS MIX, TONIC, ORANGE SODA, ROOT BEER, SPARKLING WATER. Family Sizes 28 fl. oz. bottles Our Anti-Lilfer campaign which got Into full swing in 1970 covered many different angles to carry the Anti-Litter message to one and all, (ome of which were: A strong and continuing newspaper cam- paign featuring Anti-Litter with her message "Keep tomorrow clean-don't litter A Our checkstand bags were imprinted with iho Anti-Litter slogan Wasta receptacles were placed in strategic potntj in stores and warehouses An internal company drive was made to make every employee Litter-conscious Our Anti-litter message also carried by Radio, Television, Read-o-graphs, etc. We aim to do as much or moro in 1971 Anti-Litter says "KEEP TOMORROW CLEAN DON'T LITTER PRICES EFFECTIVE in lethbridge Stores Feb. 15-20 CANADA SAFIWAY LIM1TID Each bottle will be labelled 5c deposit 5c return Bring your empty Cragmont glass bottles to Safeway for your Cash Refund BOTTLES WILL NOT BE REFILLED BUT WILL BE CRUSHED AND RE-CYCLED PLUS y DEPOSIT PER BOTTLE We believe that any successful Anil litter campaign must start at home and we have taken the following steps to do our par) in making a significant contribution to a better tomorrow. Offer our customers a choice of deposit re- fundable beverage containers Offer a wide assortment of Low or Phosphate Free cleaning compounds Have a company wide program to save huge of paper and cardboard. This is returned to our warehouse and eventually to industrial users for re-cycling Company trucks are nearly 100% dieiel motored which contributes a significantly smaller amount of Pollution than gasoline burning engines ;