Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thimdoy, 21, 1972 _ THE LrTHBRIDCI HtFAlD _ WATCH FOR SIGN AFTER PRIVING UNDER OVERPASS On the off chance that there is anyone who doesn't know how to get to The University of Lethbridge for the official opening ceremonies this weekend, this map should solve your problems. Just follow the arrow. Changes required in tax systems Sanitation code for cafes urged OTTAWA (CP) A Kml- alion code to establish national andards of cleanliness for res- aurants and cafeterias was to e presented for discussion to a joint meeting of health and res- taurant officials today. The Canadian Restaurant As- sociation and the federal health department are sponsoring the three-day conference which will study and give final approval to the code, the first voluntary standards established by any part of the food industry in Canada. "It's the first time in the his- tory of the food Industry lhal we've been able to establish standards for Ar- thur C. Pigott of Ottawa, meet- ing co-ordinator, said in an In- terview Tuesday. Prince Igor has no H taste. Prince Igor is vodka. Pure vodka. Without a flicker of taste or color or scent A prince of a vodka. Have the Prince over tonight By NELSON OTTAWA (CP) Major changes will be needed in fed- eral-provincial fiscal arrange- ments in 1074 and 1975 affecting estate and gift taxes and fed- eral aid to higher education, says David 13. Perry of the re- search staff of the Canadian Tax .Foundation. Temporary arrangements en- tered into by the federal ernment and- the provinces in and ratified by Parlia- ment earlier this year, will run out then. At the same time, pressure is building up to have municipal governments partici- pate in future federal-provincial conference on taxes, Mr. Perry writes in the latest issue of the Canadian Tax Journal. The foundation is an inde- pendent tax research organ- ization supported by more than members, whose gover- nors arc nominaled by the Ca- nadian Bar Association and the Canadian Institute of-Chartered Accountants. The foundation's 24th annual conference will be held in Toronto in November. REFORM TAX ACT the federal government was sponsoring its sweeping re- vision of the Income Tax Act in Parliament last year, It offered special guarantees to the prov- inces and made other special arrangements with them, to en- sure their revenues would not be hurt by changes in federal tax law. The federal government with- drew from the estate and gift tax field, believing that taxes on such transfers of property would be caught up in tlie new federal tax on capital gains. However, it offered to continue to collect estate and gift taxes for the provinces, for three years. The federal government also undertook to continue the exist- ing scale of federal help to post-secondary school education for a two-year period. There was uncertainty at the time how government revenues I could be affected by the new ax law, and the federal gov-: rnment was unwilling to make long-term commitment in the eld of education, where costs iii enrolments have increased ramatically. XPERTS BAFFLED 'Present enrolment trends re baffling the experts and osts are therefore very much p in the Mr. Perry says. The plan of federal aid to igber education now runs out u 1974 and the three-year tem- porary arrangement for provin- hl estate and gilt taxes will xpire in 197S. Some provinces have lately upported the view of many municipalities that they uld participate fully in fed- fiscal confer- ees. The federal government has aid that the provinces could, if icy wished, include municipal epresentatives on their provin- ial delegations. 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