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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Tnunday Juno 4, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE UERAtD 13 Bargaining Table Restraint Urged EDMONTON (CP) Man- agement and labor must both demonstrate restraint at Hie bargaining table or govern- ments may impose that re- straint, James McNulty, parlia- mentary secretary to Labor Minister Bryce Machascy, said Wednesday. "It is indifference to the requirements of the general public that can force govern- ments, both provincial and fed- eral, to participate in the collec- tive bargaining process to a de- gree unprecedented and in a manner that would not be par- ticularly welcomed by cither side." Speaking at the annual con- vention of the Canadian Hospi- tal Association, Mr. McNulty said it was not enough for un- ions to say they intend to play a more forceful role in participa- jry democracy without sbow- ng more concern at the bar- aining table for the effects icir negotiations can have on odely. He warned that these remarks might also have application for ospitals. "It is vital to ensure Uie most tratcgic and efficient use of health) dollars and e said. "Hospital costs must be arefuily scrutinized to estab- sli where dollars will do the nost good." He recommended improved r o d u c t i v i t y in hospitals hrough improved resource ulili- ation. Will Study O "TI Oil spills In Arctic OTTAWA (CP) University of Ottawa scientists have ceived a grant from the federal government to star stuilias on the prevention and treatment of oil spills in futuri Arctic pipelines, it was an- nounced Wednesday. Headed by Dr. Adolph Fein gold, professor of mechanica engineering, a team will asses, what oil components are mos damaging to Arctic plants, the best substances for neiitralizin lethal oil spills, and the bes mopping-up procedures. The scientists will work out o a Arctic research labo ratory scheduled to open at th university in September. The problem of Arctic pipe- line spillage is created by th summer thaw causing shifts i tundra and permafrost. Pipe- lines built on the timdra woul then be vulnerable to rupture. The studies will concentrat on the effects of toxic oil el ments which in wanner cl mates would dissolve into th air. The group will try to dis cover how long these elemsn will last at low temperatures and the cost of effective spi prevention. Tax Appeal Board Rules Wies Not Medical Expense Copper Firm Net Income Up VANCOUVER (CP) Beth- ehem Copper Corp. Ltd. today reported net. income of i98 or a share, for the ended Feb. 28, compared with or a share, n the previous year. Grass revenue was up to from Retain- ed earnings were compared to for the year ended Feb. 28 1969. Company President Patrick M. Reynolds struck out at the, white paper on tax reform in the annual report, saying: "It is indeed unfortunate tha the theorists who proposed the new tax schemes apparent 1 y did not consider it necessary to make an economic study of the value of the mining industry to Canada's economy." 'Removal of incentives through proposed confiscaton tax schemes would discourag' economic growth." Conservatives Nominate Getty EDMONTON (CP) Don Getty, Conservative MLA fo the Edmonton riding of Stra thcona West, was nominated b Us party to contest the newly formed riding of Whitemud the next provincial election. His was the 38th Conserva tive nomination among 75 pro- vincial ridings. ous emphasis on the adversary elements in employer-employee relations that undermines the vital need for united effort to ul_0 ilv reach national economic and so- the' undue and continu- cial goals of benefit to nil." A prime need among the insti- itions of labor and manage- icnt is for a modernization of ttitudcs toward their historic ole as foes, he said. "It is OTTAWA (CP) The tax appeal board clearly sympa- thized with the lady's plight, but nevertheless ruled that the cost of a wig to hide com- plete baldness could not be al- lowed as a tax-deductible medical expense. "Men who are burdened with this unhappy condition often go without a wig; but one can understand that, in the case of a woman, this would be both unsightly and injurious to her prospects gen- wrote board chair- man R. S. W. Fordham in a ruling published Tuesday. "In other words, in the case of a woman, the wearing of a suitable wig would seem to be imperative in her best inter- ests." Nevertheless, the chairman said there was no authority to allow the appellant's 1968 ex- emption claim of for a wig as a medical expense. "Unless and until such time, if ever, as Parliament sees fit to amend the section involved, which must be strictly con- strued, no relief can be given to the the judg- ment said. No Rale Change By Ail-line Firms MONTREAL (CP) Air Can- ada and Eastern Airlines are continuing to charge the same rates they charged before the Canadian dollar was unpegged during the weekend. A flight to New York costs Canadian and in U.S. funds, although Canadian now is worth about U.S. "We'll stick with the old rates until the Canadian dollar be- comes more an Air Canada spokesman said. "Then, obviously, we will have to make the adjustments. Otherwise, it can cost us. An Eastern Airlines spokes- man said his company's policy is the same. legging Dollar Aids U.S., Japan OTTAWA (CP) Unpeggi the Canadian dollar exchange rate is a blow to Canadian man ufacturers and a windfall t U.S. and Japanese electronic exporters, Leon Balcer, presi dent of the Electronic Industrie; Association of Canada, saic today. He said imports of color tele- vision sets and radio compo nents reached flood proportion last year, and the move toward a higher exchange value for th dollar in international market is discouraging. It will lowe import prices. "Restrictive government pol: cies against our industry, sue as the inequitable excise tax o 15 per cent, and the three-per centage-point overnight reduc lion in the duty on TV imports last summer, have reduced ex pansion, but they did not model ate Mr. Ealcer sai in a statement. Sales of TV sets, radio-phone graph combinations, radios, ca radios and record players wer down by 13 to 36 per cent in th first four months of 1970, con pared with the same months last, year, Mr. Balcer said. LARGEST STATUE The world's largest bronz statue is the Great Buddha Japan. 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