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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta iWdof, July 21, 1971 THE HERA1D 19 B.C. CENTENNIAL CAKE Brilish Columbia's giant centennial cake weighing pounds is the largest fruit cake ever made. It stands 26 feet tall and is decor- ated with a ton of edible, colored icing. It cost The cake stands in the domed foyer of Burnaby, B.C.'s Lougheed Mall. Cabinet ponders election date OTTAWA (CP) The cabinet meets in special session today to plot its political strategy leading to the next general elec- tion. The meeting is expected lo last most of today and be con- cluded Thursday afternoon. No announcements are looked for. As usual, the Thursday morn- ing cabinet meeting will deal with regular business. Chief subject under discussion today probably will be the date of the next election. There has been some specula- tion it may be held this fall but the general expectation is next June. Also under discussion win be the government's genera] ap- proach to the next election, in- cluding benefits, if any, for tax- payers. The talk will be strictly politi- cal, a variation from regular cabinet meetings where political overtones of government mea- sures are discussed Doctors in B.C. earnings higher (CP) British Columbia doctor's earnings from medical insurance plans for the j'car ended March 31 in- creased 12.5 per cent to 3128.: million, even though there wai no increase in hedical fees, a government breakdown of pay ments shows. The doctor by doctor re port was published on behalf o Medical Services Commission which administers pre pail medical insurance plans in EC ft stowed total income of 31416 million against total costs o 3134.2 million for a million surplus. I Income in ]970 was mil- lion and payments to doctors f for the preceding year were million. The first edition of the "blue book" published last year an- gered many doctors who claim- ed it was an invasion of pri- vacy. T.1 j latest report show's that specialists who last year had high earnings or more in that category. Gen- eral practit i o n e r s in many cases still receive between and and many surgical specialists start at 000. The statement covers only doctors' incomes from medi- care. In addition, doctors have incomes from the workmen's compensation board and per- sons who pay their own doctors' bills. The statement lists only gross medical care earnings. There is no accounting for expenses and taxation. H.islirm cl Alln, lop, (llsRniii. lied nrmy officer nml tlqtnsrd ninnlHT nf Siufnn'.s Itovolll- tlonnry Council, overthrew slrnnpnnn MnJ. On. Jaafnr ei Mumnlry, bottom, In n bloodless coup. Stockbrokers, bond dealers have choice TORONTO (CP) Stockbrnk ers and bond dealers will be able to escape tlie immediate impact of new Ontario foreign- ownership rules as long as they meet two conditions. Regulations announced Mon- day specify that such firms not change their ownership and must seek Canadian incorpora- tion irilbin a year. The government announced last week lhat non-rcsidenls would henceforth be permitted lo own no more than one- luarter of a stock or bond firm lo dp business in On- :ario- The policy docs not affect Ihosc firms which already ex- coed (hese limils. The regulations announced Monday, however, require Ihesc irms to become incorporaled within Canada wilhin one year. In olher words, they cannot con- Jnuc after thai lime lo opcralo as simply branches of foreign firms. 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