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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Wtdnmdny, November 17, 1971 Manitoba OKs new jobless plan WINNIPEG (CP) Hani-1 Mr. Paulley lold n news con- toba Labor Minislcr A It. fercncc Manitoba was the first Paullcv announced Tuesday the province to declare its intcn- provmcial government has de-j lions to join the scheme but cided to enter the federal un- employment insurance plan ef- fective .Ian. 1. 1072. Hospital agree to arbitration added that Alberta, Saskatche- wan, Prince Edward Island and one or two other Maritime provinces were expected to make a similar move. Thi- labor minister said tint about 10 civil ser- vants, including all employees of crown corporations, will be- gin paying unemployment -urance for the first lime Jan. I in order to be eligible for i benefits under the national plan, i 1 Had Manitoba remained out i lL of the plan casual workers with United Nations listen to the proceedings through earphones during their first day of participation. Left is China's Deputy Foreign Minister Chiao Kuan-hud. Centre is Huang Hua, China's permanent representative to the UN. of the Communist Chinese delegation to the with the British Columbia Hos- )w unom_ pitals Association go to arlmra- ,ovment {nsurance pian. tion hearings in mid-December, j ljmi The dispute involves contract (lor tnc scheme, he said, j negotiations for employees at a Pmlk.y EaW number 01 Kootenay area hos- to Km. hc Oil export talks soon Newspaper Mental treatment sales boxes j f. 7 rohibited claim disputed MONTREAL (CP) City council voted last night In ban Hie sale of newspapers through street corner boxes in Montreal. The proliibition, which goes in effect immediately applies as well to private properly facing on to public domain. Mayor Jean Drajx'au said in defending the ben that news- paper publishers had 80 (lays to beautify and limit the number of newspaper boxes before Mon- day night's ban but had failed to comply. Mr. Drapeau said that Mont- real is a special case because of the great number of daily and weekly newspapers here. He said it would be impossible to allow one paper to distribute through street boxes while limit EDMONTON (CP) A men- tal health official says claims of great success in using vita- min B3 to treat schizophrenia are misleading and largely un- supported by medical research. Waller Coombs of Edmon- ton, executive director of the Alberta branch of 'lie Canadian Mental Health Association, said in an int erv ie w Hint such claims could prompt unwar- ranted optimism. He said the vitamin treat- ment's chief advocate, Dr. Ab- ram 1-Iofe.r of Saskatoon, "prob- ably oversold himself on Hie treatment after being caught up in some promising re- search." Mr. Coombs said his associa- tion is glad to see formation of the new Alberta Schizophrenic ing the sales methods of others. I Foundation, an organiza t i o n which presumably will devote OTTAWA (CP) Talks be- the United ports that arise in energy j f e n c e production agreement, talks in coming weeks. and the 1966 auto pact, which He said the rates paid by The association claimed reeded time to evaluate union demands. A spokesman said at j the time the union had 130 Washington's cstablish- employees would vary accord- j ment of oil import quotas earning up to annually poseo morc_than 130 cnanges to the existing agreement, in- chiding wage increases, re- llmcr iho falcral PIan. an duoed'hours of work and fringe employee could collect uncm- p 1 o y in e n t insurance for as much as one year, and for three months after retirement. The External Affairs Minister Sharp tokl reporters i i n. 4. f. 11 i the government is "glad to start benefits. The BCHA said this would re- sult in an increase of more than .527 million to hospital op- erating costs in one year. Last, week, the 10.000 mem- ber union threatened to take another course of action, pre- sumably the strike threatened earlier this year, if necotia- ticns did not resume quickly. The hearings are to be held before Prof. R. G. Herbert of the law faculty at the Univer- sity of B.C. But U.S. and Canadian offi-! they say haye provided dispro- cials held the latest of a series j portionate benefits to Canada of talks on what the Americans i Canada enjoyed virtually free call "irritants" in U.S.-Camida i access for its oil to U.S. mar- relations Monday in Ottawa. j kcts Ihis year as a result of an U.S. sources said they cov- j annual agreement readied in errd such issues as the U.S.-1 November. 1970. Canada auto pact and defence j That agreement removed re- production sharing arrange-, stricticns on oil sales set a year of the commonly- earlier, and provided for talks listed not energy j on long-term arrangements for I He said it is entirely possible that eight, nine or 10 news boxes could clutter one street corner, creating an eyesore and making it almost impossible to; clear snow from that area. I The mayor said newspapers are readily available in stores, kiosks which are registered with the city and subway stations and that home delivery service in Montreal is adequate. schizophrenia. his nssocia- support any Bui, he added, tion could not group that advocates mega-vit- amin treatment of tte disease to the exclusion of olher accept- ed forms of treatment. Mr. Coombs said there Is a place for further research into the vitamin approach but Dr. Hofcr's "posilivcness" that Uie vitamiii approach is a "cure" in a majority of schizophrenic cases is "going tco ei itself to aiding the fight against' forces. ITALIAN MEDAL WINNIPEG (CP) Eleven Italian-Canadians who fought with the Italian Army prior to 1914 have been presented with special medals by the Italian vice-consul. The medals are being presented to all elderly veterans of the Italian armed Take Off Fat With Home Recipe Plan matters, which is another. U.S. officials are to ho talking about these things again." referring to a resump- tion of talks on energy matters, j seeking changes in the dc-1 even' year. While "we don't really know plan also includes provisions! what the Americans want to i talk about." hc thought oil would be thc main topic. Canada broke off wide-rang- j ing talks on trade in energy re-: sources that had begun in after the imposition of the U.S. 10-per-cent import surcharge Aug. Prime Minister Tmdoau said last month that the U.S. had future unimpeded oil exports U.S. import quotas are set for pregnancy and short term retirement benefits. Hull ranch soils callle Sask. (CP) Canada did not have time to pursue discussions on EXTENSIVE SEHV1CE TOKYO (API Not only mountains and rivers More than was real- izcvl in the two day sale of 420 Polled Hereford cattle at the II and H Ranch south of Broad- view, 80 miles east of Regina. National Hockey League star Bobby Hull is a partner in the will win says tax expert VANCOUVER CP I The to establish a capital gains tax provinces and the upper middle and abolish death taxes is COPTER CRASHES WUERZBURG CAP) A United States Army helicopter carrying blood plasma crashed and exploded in the Spessart mountains of northern Bavaria, killing all four crew members, West German police reported. It's simple how quickly one may lose pounds of unsightly fat rigfit in your own home. Make tin's home recipe yourself. H's easy, no trouble at all and coats little. Just po to your drugstore and ask for Naran. Pour this into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle. Take two tablcspoonsful twice a day as needed and follow the Naran Reducing Plan. If your first purchase does not show you a simple easy way to lose bulky fat and hcfo recain Blender more graceful curves; If reducible pounds and inches of excess fat don't disappear from neck, chin, firms, abdomen, hips, calves and ankles just return the empty bottle for your money hack. Follow this easy way en. dorsod by many who have tried this plan and hrlp bring back al- luring curves and graceful sleiiderness. Note how quickly bloat much better you feel. More alive, youthful appearing and class will lose while the federal; r CUlbS u 111 1OM, ttntlt; me ICUIIUM possible energy- deals while con- j govcmment nnd tnp wealthy tending with the impact of the from major ciwnges in surcharge on Canada. LOOKING FORWARD Mr. Sharp told the Commons I not impede delivery." but Com-i ranch, formerly known as the j Tuesday Uiat the government munist Chinese mailmen also; Circle T. would be happy to have the kind collect for newspaper subscrip- Don Horn, a spokesman for of discussions the United States they (ions, pick up mail for forward- the ranch, said one of the rea- ing and perform many other sons for the sale was other com- functions of post offices. i mitments of Mr. Hull. now was requesting. U.S. officials here said Foundation was told here. John Bossons, a professor of economics and finance at the University of Toronto and a re- search associate with the uni- versity's institute for policy know of nothing except oil ex-' analysis, said federal legislation SHOPPERS DRUG MART CENTRE VILLAGE PHONE 328-8442 NOVEMBER SALE PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., F Rl., Sat., November 18-19-20. 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Mr. Bossons and other speak- ers at Uie opening session of the three-day meeting criticized elimination of estate taxes and aspects of thc capital gains tax, which the federal government has tied together under Bill C- a new Income Tax Act, while offering to help any prov- ince wanting to implement its own estate tax. HARD TO EXPLAIN "It is difficult to find any so- cial or economic rationale for eliminating the estate Mr. Bossons said. "From a social point of view, the combination of eliminating the estate tax and imposing a tax on capital gains serves mainly to increase Uie concen- tration of wealth and to reduce social mobility." The capital gains levy on profits from sale of invest- be applied to in- creases in the value of invest- ments when a person dies. Mr. Bossons estimated that I shareholders i n widely-held mining and oil companies will suffer a 20-per-cent reduction in returns on investments as a re- suit of over-all tax changes, in- eluding the addition of capital I gains and corporation tax revi- sions. Returns on investments in large Canadian-owned private companies and widely-held com- panics not in Uie extractive in- dustries would drop by alxjut 15 per cent, he said, giving a 10- per-cent figure for small Cana- i dian-owned private companies. j COULD CUT INCOME TAX Tax revenues lost over sev- eral years tlirough elimination of estate taxes would be suffi- cient to pay for a reduction in income taxes of about i 10 per cent for individuals with incomes about a year. Elimination of the tax "turns out to he the equivalent of a lump-sum transfer of approxi- mately billion to individuals who currently own wealth that would be taxed in future years j under the estate Mr. Bos- sons said. He projected that the prov- inces will lose SlfiO million in 1072 by giving up their 75-per- rent share of revenue from es- tate taxes. The figure would rise to almast MOO million an- nually by the end of the cen- tury. MUST BOOST FORCF.S PKRTH, Australia (lieutcr) Packcrd, deputy U.S. defence secretary, said here i that with British withdrawal I from Southeast Asia and the I Soviet naval buildup in the In-' (Man Ocean, Australia and tile i U.S. would have to provide a force equivalent to that of. tbo I Russians. We're celebrating the Opening of our new BETTIKA SHOP in Calgary with a great COAT SALE COATS TRIMMED OR UNTRIMMED. Hove good looks in Midi lengthi. Styles to flatter in wool, velours, double corduroy. Plain, fweeds of red, plurn, black. Many other shades. 5 to 15. Priced From........... USE YOUR FASHION ACCOUNT PANT COATS Fuzzy look, in orlon pile. Rollout fake fur. Matching hood. Front zipper closure. White and grey. 8 to 18. 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