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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE IIERAll) Saturday, Junu 6, 1770 Sliced By 8285 Million In Three-Part Program Benson Announces In Government Spending Austerity WINNIPEG KKlcrali 'I'lic llircp-part .program is ral and vocational I r A i ti i n Finance Minister" K. J. Benson j signed lo help mainly the have- schools, a .speed-up from [lie announced Icday a not provinces hit by austerity i original handout schedule that relaxation in Ottawa's spending! measures and high was lo run lo .March 1075. TORONTO iCP) Thomson Newspapers Ltd. is negotiating for "other very interesting and profitable, daily deputy chairman I. H. Jlacdpn- aki told tlie annual meeting h-rc. Mr. MacibnaW said the com- pany hopes tiiat improved first- mcnt. They include: of r'cgular dis- tribution of the provincial shares of federal corporation tax. w h i c h means about would be added as a one-shot advance in provincia revenue (his financial year. of Hie equalization payments designed to increase revenues of provinces with I'e- low-average tax incomes, mean- ing increased distribute to about from an origi- nal estimate of S867.000.000. dist.ribu.lion o 5150.000.000 remaining in the Benson said the result of I the increased and accelerated inces for construction of techni- cash payments to provinces would reduce the federal gov- ernment's projected budget sur- plus this financial year to from the predicted in his March budget. Sweetner By KEN' KEU.Y LIABILITY BONDS AUTO ER AGENCIES ITD. ESTABLISHED 1911 tower Floor 5174th Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 Idtty for capital grants _to prov- Science Writer OTTAWA (CP) A ban on advertising drugs which contain cyclamates went into force this It accompanied a prohibition against selling any drug made after May 31 which contains the SPARWOOD (HNS) About i artificial' sweetening as a non- 25 boys of the SI. Michael's! medicinal ingredient, it was Alter'Boys Club enjoyed an j learned Friday, outing recently which featured At the same time, drug manu- tour of Fort Stcele and a tour j facturers were advised that by Tour II ale her y AL9ERTA AREA CODE 403 Janhs-Cisierns-Crilibing.Pipe.Custom Plastic Fabricators! cf the Fish Hatchery at Ward- Jan. I. J9V1. they must label all i ner. products which contain cycla- i The boys were driven to Fort j mates with the caution that the Etccle by Rev. Trainor, Michael I drug should lie used only on a Katrachnk and Sisters Falen elector's advice. Bernard. S.CDS lo Tiie group toured the hislonc (he eovewment bv the Federal town and went for a ride on: Fcof, Dnlg dii-ectorate, i llln co., ..I complement previous action I On hen- return home they j >ml usjng cvclnmates in soft stepped for a guided tour of the; Certain feods. Re- fisii haichery. m0vg, o[ from any remaining focds becomes effec- tive Sept. 1. The Canadian action follows evidence that bladder cancers dcvclon in labcrr'.ory animals high dcsc; cf cyclamatcs. TOOK SIM1LAK ACTION7 Similar action been taken in Hie United Slates where the evidence cf the pc-'.enlial cancer hazard was uncovered late last year. Further evidence was made public this year. Cyclamates have been widely used m diet foods and by diabet- ics. They have mainly been re- placed by saccharin. Saccharin, when used in drug products, is still subject to a requirement that the label state that it is a chemical of no nutritive value that should he used in modera- tion. The food and drug directorate is conducting tests en saccharin j which has been in use as a j sweetening agent for many years. The use of cyclamates in sof drinks and mixes was banned a the end of and a further ban came in forte April 1 cover- ing fruit spreads, puddings, bak- ery products, frozen and other desserts, confectionery, table syrups, dressings and toppings. Tinned fruits are about the only remaining food products which contain cyclamates le- gally until Sept. 1. He said his decision, an- nounced Monday, to abandon plans to impose consumer credit controls would have raised the surplus to hut I he new measures to help the prov- inces would cut Uial figure in half. The plan to accelerate distri- bution of corporation tax, a move sought by a number of provinces, would begin next January and be completed be- fore tiie end of the current fin- ancial year1 March At present, there is a lime lag of about Urree months between federal collection of the lax and its distribution to the provinces. Tiie time lag would be reduced to two months. The provinces applying for capital grants lo build technical j or vocational schools could re- LAHGE RESOURCES Sixty-three per cent larger than the United States. holds timber resources greater than those of any other region. reive the cash this year but would not have to use it for the designated purpose immedi- ately. However, an equivalent sum would have to be spent on construction of schools before March 31, 1975. Only Ontario among the prov- inces had used its full propor- tion of (lie schools-building fund to date. The amount each province would get out of the available would depend on how many applied. Federal officials estimated acceleration of corporate tax distribution would work out to the following additions to pro- vincial treasuries before next March 31: Ontario British Columbia Alberta Manitoba 000; Saskatchewan Nova Scotia New B r 11 n s wick New- foundland Prince Ed- ward Island Quebec levies its own corpo ration income tax. A portion of i the federal corporation tax col- jlectcd in other provinces is abated to the provinces where it is collected. NO LONGER RINGS Tile Liberty Bell in Philadel- phia no longer rings, but on June 0, 1944, when the Allied Forces landed in France, the bell was struck to commemo- rate the event Walkathon Set SPARWOOD (HNS) The j main money-raising event asso- dated with the Community Cel- j cbraticns cf June 20-21 is a i walkathon June 6 set for Hos-1 mer, jus'. 10 miles out of town. Participants will walk the 10 miles or as much of it as Uiey can. The walk ends at the Spat-wood Texaco station, on j Highway 3. strong corrosion resistant fiberglass SEPTIC TANKS developed from space-age technology... write for free brochure to: Sales Department- SEPTIC TANKS ASPHALT PLASTICS LTD. 423S-16SI. S.E. CALGAKY2i, Phone 265-2381 WEEKEND SPECIAL! 9P-482-] ONLY BRAND NEW 1969 DELUXE EPIC SL 4-speed transmission, S3 h.p. motor, beautiful red finish ONLY DOWN AND 70.10 PER MONTH On Approved Credit Even less With Trade Regular Retail Now Only......................... BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE 2nd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-3147 in Conjunction with Southern Alberta Auto Racers A W DOT-IMS ENERSQN MOTORS LTD. 817 4th Ave. S. HOME OF THE BURGER FAMILY AND CHUBBY CHICKEN'' 3 LOCATIONS: Shopper's World and at 3rd Ave. and Scenic Drivo Mayor Manrath Drive LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION TRACK 9 Time Trials at p.m. Racing a! 14 RACES "C" CLASS, "B" CLASS MODIFIED AND V8 SPORTSMAN PRESENTED BY SOUTHERN AlBERTA AUTO RACERS "ROARING INTO THE JO'S" Crossword K- Flicsncr WORD COMBINATIONS ACROSS You don't have to be rich, famous or beautiful lo drink our gin. Ynu'vo snen them. Tlie nds with ilie Lrautifnl people and the looking lioHlrv _ in I lie midst