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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE lEIHBRIOGE HJKAID Tucidoy, March 28, 1977 roluinn By 1 dust, pollen and other air Im-'lhem, are just plain folks. Thry ptlrilU's aslhinn After the sl.illatimi, Mv. S. suffered further iitt.tcks. His health may have deteri- orated again, however, when lie arned of the tax department's off don't twirl their moustaches in- when some innocent lay- no man falls into a lax lum. Thai's why it's hard to nnderslam view of the situation. The elec- tronic device had cost SI20 and For exami'le. toe to etc-; tlie family deducted this from dun. mcdicn'l expense from ill- il Is deductible. if no ambu- lance is available and u used. Tlic cost isn't ilcduclllile (.YllU'lu's arc tkHhictihle, luit aien'1. An ii-on why in a case where the law Intt an artificial heart isn't. And is 'patently out of touch with tax practitioners are still sh.ik- reality they don't, lo stay in ing their heads ovr-r the rulini; medical context, simply turn blind eye. Chairman Snytlcr No reason lo increase fees for foreign students that a medical rocking chair for an invalid wasn't a medical reviewed j expense lu-cause il isn't i the year's income on the seem-1 the list of items the law con-i wheel chair, and the (KiMon hroadeninK lo mgly' obvious ground that it sidcrs lo be medical expense thut while the cost of hrnt II into line will1 tralitv. was' a legitimately and found that the device in qualifies, the oxygen tent with T-c income" lax act spells out medical expense. question wouldn't fit. i out which it can't he ad- I'M'I medical expends are prcs- HEJECT CLAIM i considerable In; r'n'tlv deductible but m defining When Hie lax assessors spot- denied the lax deduction. In a just'what constitutes medical; ted the deduction they reject- j more hopeful vein he added: expenses, tlic lav.1 assumes a ed it. Presumably the air was' "It may be that in the future ministered doesn't fit I he inition. The list is long on words hot 1 short on logic. ISy what scien- CALGARY (CP) There is no major reason to impose high- er tuition fees against foreign students taking provincial post- secondary education, says Ki'ed Kukdco, research officer for the AlbcrU Human Resources lie- search Council. He said the province has ben- efited from an influx of thous- ands of professionals each year from sources. The province has the smallest percentage enrolment of foreign students, which lias increased only 0.8 per cent in the last 20 vears. He said in an interview (hat of 240 doctors registered in Al- berta in 1070, only 25 per cent provincially trained, with tlic remainder from Groat Bri- tain. "Although the number of for- eign students and from other provinces is increasing, there seems to no major rea- son to impose quotas and dif- ferential tuition fees." MOKE WO.MUN III 19B9 Uicrc were 106 females to every 100 males in Great Britain. Aclress died from heroin injection HOME Mili- tary spokesmen have confirmed that investigators are looking into a reported theft of a missile weapon off a jet fighter plane. They declined Sunday nr'ht to give any details about the theft, which an Austin newspaper man cald took place Friday at Bergs- tram Air Force Base in Austin during a big joint army-air force exercise centred at Fort Hood, near here in Central Texas. Charles Garrett of Radio sta- tion KNOW in Austin said he learned the missile was appar- ently stolen off an F-4C Phan- tom fi ghter parked on the Bergstrom flight line Friday. In Washington, Pentagon offi- cials sairi the missing missile is 3 2.75-inch rocket used for close air support of troops. This type of weapon, used widely In Viet- nam, mounts either a high ex- plosive or a phosphorus war- Authorities have said planes at Bergstrom being used in the exercise carry no nuclear arma- ment, State police disclosed that the Fort Hood provost marshal's of- fice added another facet to the case early today by asking thai Chilian peace ol'fitrrs on tlie Jookout for nn undetermined number of missing M-lfi rifles. apparently stolen from a rifle range. Nixon expected to confine visit to Ottawa area amounted to 13 per cent of the budget of that year. The figures relate to Ameri- can defence department spend- ing abroad for the purchase of materials and services, They in- clude spending by American service-in CD sUti abrba d, and hiring of local workers at foreign bases. The commerce department's February business survey says the billion in foreign outlays was little changed from 1069 1 through to 1571. Savings made through withdrawal of troops from Southeast Asia were, to a large extent, taken up in higher prices and, since mid-1971, higher foreign exchange rates. Tlie survey ajiicle decs nut deal in detail with the over-all balance of American i tures abroad and its sales of milhary equipment and services j to foreign countries. But it does say that sales rose to a record SI.9 billion last year from j billion in each of the two pre- i ccdiiig years, mainly because of deliveries of aircraft to Ger-' many and substantial shipments of military hardware to Israel and Iran. FIGURES NOT GIVEN No figures are given on the balance of defence trade be- tween the U.S. and Canada. One American complaint in recent trade talks with Canada has been the so-called drain on American reserves by U.S. spending in Canada. America a purchases of major equipment from foreign sup- pliers largely result from recip- rocal arrangements between the IJ.S. and other countries. These U.S. purchases amounted to about million in 19i55 ajid rose to about million a year between 1967 and 1969. They dropped last year to about S150 million. "The increase after 19C5 was associated with Vietnam re- quirements and with increased procurement contracts obtained by Canadian prime contractors under a system of open compet- itive the commerce department says, "Payment1? to Canadian con- tracior.s began to decline in 1969 hut the decline was off.sct by a program of aircraft procure- ment in the United Kingdom." In the 11 years from to U.S. military agencies sold million worth of to Canada, and a further ?34 Jion worth was sold in the first half of last year. Not included in these figures, however, are Canadian purchases of U.S. mil- itary supplies from private U.S. firms. OTTAWA President Nixon is unlikely to go outside the vicinity of Ottawa during his visit to Canada next month, reli- able sources said today. The president ivil] arrive here 1 the night of April 13 and return to April 15. While, in Ottawa, an agrw- i ment is expected to he signed for a Canada-United Slates pro- gram to clean up pollution on the lower Great Lakes. Sources say he might address a joint session of the Senate and Commons. The full program has not been worked out yet. There has been speculation that Mr. Nixon would visit To- ronto, bill the. sources snid this was unlikely. Complete vole Canadian Press Copyright CP tabulation of complete Newfoundland vote by parlies compared with vote in last elcc Men (percentages 1372 1071 123.509'6l'i (37) ]0.t.52SM5> O) (2) 4M 1.682 (1) 16 FT Lib NL N'DP Others Totals LIKE TO DANCE IL is believed that more than six million persons in Britain dtineir.ij each Full 14 oz. Orion covers priced JL as low as lightweights .99 Reg. SALE PRICE ONLY Add luxury and comfort to your ear'i Interior. These 14-oi. 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