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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Friday, October 11, 1t74 No hearings on megavitainin therapy EDMONTON (CP) The provincial government's review of megavitamin therapy will likely not include public meetings, but in- dividuals will be able to sub- mit their views in writing to the government, Bruce Raw- son, chairman of the Alberta Hospital Services Com- mission, said Thursday. Mr. Rawson said the public meetings requested by sup- porters of the .therapy "are not necessarily the best way to get at the facts and figures of megavitainin therapy." He said both sides tend to get emotional and this is not compatible with the "scholar- ly study" the government wants. Proponents of the therapy have said a purely academic study would only confirm a study undertaken by the Alberta College of Physicians and Surgeons, prior to its rul- ing that the treatment was ex- perimental: Megavitamin therapy in- volves the use of massive doses of vitamins and other nutrients to treat a wide variety of physical and psy- chiatric ailments. 9 Save 20% on custom j drapery fabrics. We make house calls! At Sears, house calls aren't a thing of the past Not when it comes to custom drapes. Decide to give your windows the distinctive toudvof custom-made drapes, then call us. We'll send our decorator consultant to see you right away. Right in your own home., where you can best coordinate drapery fabrics with your carpeting and upholstery, you can choose from an abundant collection of antique satins, damasks, acrylics, polyester sheers, batistes and stylish cotton and prints. Now available at substantial savings on fabrics. 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SEEK MORE POWER The proposals also would give band councils jurisdiction over welfare and would em- power them to have a healthy welfare recipient work for his payments. The changes also would con- tinue to make income earned by Indians on reserves non- taxable and would double for Indians the income tax ex- emptions of other taxpayers. "The larger deductions are needed to avoid double pay- ment for services like education, health and other rights which are prepaid by the lands said the study team. Free health care and educa- tion would be permanently es- tablished by other proposals. Another proposal would stop the present practice of white women marrying TtutiaTK and attaining Indian status. Both Indian men and women would retain status despite marriage to a non-Indian, thereby putting Indian women on an equal basis with men. 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