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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Move to halt cheating in job insurance fund OTTAWA (CP) The ploymcnt Insurance Commis- sion announced Friday it has launched a broad-scale attack lo combat chealing and other abuses in the unemployment in- surance plan. DIG chairman Guy Cousineau said the commission Is recruit- ing 80 Investigators to delve Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAI CO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPIEY OPTICAL 618 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-S447 nto suspeeled cases of fraud, i Twenty already are on the job and die others are to be at work by mid-November, bring- ing the total number of investi- gators to 307. "There's much more to Manpower Minister Bryce Mackasey said of the program. Prime Minister Trudeau has mentioned rbuse of unemploy- ment benefits several times on the Oct. SO federal election campaign trail. He said Thursday in Winni- peg that government concern over that abuse is why more in- spectors have been hired to track down fraudulent claim- ants. The announcement came in the wake of charges by Con servative Leader Robert Stonfield that the slate of the unemployment insurance plan FEEDLOT MANAGER required for CENTRAL ALBERTA LOCATION Must be experienced In fccdlot and fcedmill operation. House supplied Write: Box 75 Lethbridge Herald as it now Is operating, may onstitute "a national scandal." Mr. Mackasey said the Con- ervative leader "hasn't 'ie aintest idea what he is talking and that he would "put he record straight" in a series if campaign speeches across he country. Mr. Cousineau said the new program also will involve 26 najor employers on the West Coast who have agreed to help he commission track down in- surance claimants who turn down "legitimate job offers." Meetings are scheduled next week.in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick to help start a sim- ilar effort by business officials i Eastern Canada, he said. The commission also has plans to recruit a total of 30 "casual" employees to work as benefit control inspectors dur- ing the winter. Dent names Ontario man chief parks EDMONTON (CP) Alfred H. Savage, 42, commissioner of parks and recreation for the Ontario borough of York, has been named parks and recrea- tion superintendent for Edmon- ton, Mayor Ivor Dent said here. Mr. Savage, president of the Canadian Parks-Recreation As- sociation and chairman of the Metro Commission Board, will receive between and a year in his new post. OK! WE'LL TAKE THE BUS Mrs. Robert Stanfield and her daughter Mimi wave goodbye to Mr. Stanfield afler visit lo Toronto department store. Mr. StanfEeld con- tinued on the campaign trail in Toronto white Mrs, Stan- field and Mimi returned 1o their hotel. Germ-fighter is banned in Canada OTTAWA (CP) United States restrictions on the use of the popular germ-fighter hexa- chlororohenc, announced Friday in Washington, will bring the American position in line wilh Canada, Dr. A. B. Morrison said here. The assistant deputy minis- ter, health protection, said Ca- nadian manufacturers already had been taking steps since the health, department announced in May that any products con- taining more than three-quar- ters one per cent hexachloro- could be dispensed only on prescription. Cosmetic manufacturers were advised to remove it com- pletely from thpir products. Dr. Morrison said tile manu- facturers were warned that, even if they use it in low con- centrations, they must be pre- pared to prove that the producl is safe. There has bvn a "massive formula reformation" by the manufacturers h'e said. The re- lalurday, 11, 1S7Z THI IITHMIDGI HHIAID 11 Food dyes fraud on consumers sponse has with many been tremendous, manufacturers re- moving hexachlofophene from >roducts altogether. Dr. Morrison said the new Coal royalties review not be forgotten FEEDERS FARMERS WELDERS HANDYMEN HOMEOWNERS We carry a complete itock of STEEl IN flATS ANGIES CHANNEIS BEAMS WIDI FLANGES RAIIS ROUNDS SQUARES PLATES SHEETS RECTANSUIAR AND SQUARE TUBING REINFORCING STEEL WIRE MESH PIPE GAtORE FOR FENCE POSTS ClOTHESLINE POLES CARPORT COLUMNS OK FOR ANY OTHER USE YOU MAY HAVE. IONS TO CHOOSE FROM Bring in your truck ond load up ol bargain prices Wo also deliver locally In your scrap sleel cast iron radiators copper bran and get the best trade value ever We alia pay cash! Bring VARZARI IRON LTD STEEL YARD LOCATION 2803 2nd Ave. N. SCRAP LOCATION 3402 2nd Ave. N. EDMONTON (CP) A planned review of Alberta coal royalties may be delayed but Svill not be forgotten, .Premier Peter Lougheed said here The premier told an informal news conference conditions in the province's coal industry are "so tenuous" it might be nec- essary to postpone the review that the government has ad- mitted is essential. The loss of employment In collieries at Coleman and Can- mord must be considered, he said, and the prospect of closer relationships with Japan might be a factor. However, "I still feel the royalty structure is too he said, promising that the province's policy statement on petroleum royalties will be dealt with during_a fall legis- lative session. now collects 10 ton produced. The premier appointment at the lack of pub- lic response to a legislative committee studying foreign ownership of land. "I hope to talk with the com- mittee said Prem ier Lougheed, "but if we don'1 get the amount of reaction we would like to get, the govern- ment still must provide the op- portunity to react." WASHINGTON (AP) Food dyes that turn "egg bread" yel- low and hot dogs pink are a fraud on consumers and may present a significant health hazard, a scientist told the United States Senate. Concluding a three-day hear- ing Info food safety, a com- mittee of consumer activists and a cancer researcher testl- ried before the select com- mittee on nutrition. The number of approved food additives have prolifereated, they said, and the use of arti- ficial coloring alone has sky- ocketed to more than four mil- lion pounds last year from 000 pounds in 1940. "In some cases, artificial col- oring clearly lowers the cost ol a food, because artificial color- ing and flavoring are cheaper and more stable than natural fruit or fruit said Mi chael F. Jacobsen, graduate microbiologist who heads the Centre of Science in the Publiread" wiUi yellow dye t. make the bread look as if contains more egg yolk than 1 really does, he said. Normally grey hot dogs are ometimes colored red outside md pink inside to make them .ore appealing and mask the ligh fat content, he added. And ow-quality pistachio nuta are -olored with red dye, while ligh-quality ones are not. FULL TIME YEAR ROUND EMPLOYMENT IN MOBILE HOME PRODUCTION IN GROWING SOUTHERN ALBERTA COMMUNITY Plenty of opportunity for wage advancement. On-the- iob training program provided. For detailtt contact MR. C. B. THOMAS PERSONNEL MANAGER SAFEWAY SHELTER SYSTEMS LTD. CLARESHOLM INDUSTRIAL AIRPORT BOX 970 CLARESHOLM, ALBERTA The province cents on each expressed dis- Holiday Village OFFICE AND PROFESSIONAl CENTRE NOW LEASING Order new trial for American EDMONTON (CP) new trial was ordered here for Barry Levy, 23, of Boulder, Colo., convicted last April of importing 600 pounds of hashish into Canada. Levy's appeal was heard tvvp weeks ago by the appellate divi- sion of. the Alberta Supreme Court, which raserv'ed judg- ment. Defence counsel Arnold Moir said the trial judge, Mr. Justice M. E. Manning, made several errors In Jus direction to the Jury. Convicted by a jury of 10 men and two women, Levy drew a 15-year sentence. He was one of six men arrrested last Dec- ember at Penhold Airport, near Red Deer. Ronniiig named to senate of university EDMONTON (CP) Chester Ronning, retired Canadian dip- lomat, was one of seven per- sons named Friday to the sen- ate of University of Alberta. Dr. Ronning, China-born son of missionary parents, served as Canadian ambassador to Nonvay and high commissioner to India before being named special Canadian representative on peace missions to Hanoi. He received an honorary doctor of laws degree from the univer- sity in 1965. A Companion of the Order of Canada, Dr. Ronning, a former teacher at Camrose Lutheran College, also served as a Cana- dian delegate to the United Na- tions General Assembly. He began his diplomatic career at the Canadian embassy In Nan- king, China, In 1947. All space available for [easing is connected by a fully air conditioned mall to the Hol- iday Inn for complete hotel facilities. Over sq. ft. of office space of which sq. ff. is still available on the up- stairs level. sq, ft. of office or store space available on the lower level next to Itie Holiday Inn. Fully Air Conditioned 8 ff. high doors Fully carpefed Vinyl Walls Large reception area provided Will finish to suit tenants requirements Contact Holiday Village 449 Mayor Magrat'n Dr. Ph. 328-4045 YOU STILL HAVE TIME to improve your future this year by registering in these SAIT day programs. ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES Air Conditioning Engineering Technology Chemical Technology Chemical Engineering Technology Electrical Engineering Technology Engineering Graphics Environmental Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology Petroleum Technology Structural Engineering Technology BUSINESS EDUCATION Business Administration 1 Hotel Restaurant Administration COMMUNICATION ARTS Graphic Arl> TRADE DIVISION Commercial Baking Small Engine Repair DIAL CAREERS 284-8413 (Area Cede 403) REGISTRAR'S OFFICE SOUTHERN AlBEFTTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 1301 Avenue NEW SUNDANCE WINTER WHEAT BULK CERTIFIED PER BUSHEL TERRA SEEDS LTD. 1274-2nd AVENUE SOUTH tETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 327-7303 FULL 4 PLY WHITEWALLS 2 CffEK PLYMOUTH Don't This BEAT THE RUSH SPECIAL BUY FOUR AND SAVE MORE EXAMPLE 2 Smooth 2 Grip WHITEWALL FIRESTONE TIRES G-14 4 te 4 for 2 Firestone 50 SIZE F-14 2 Firestone F-14 SNOW CHAMPIONS WHITEWALL 4 about Firestone's no gimmick guarantee. Available now at two ttariont. STEVE SP1SAK Magralh Magrath Service 472 Mayor Magrarh Dr. I Phone Chlmo Service 714 t Ave. t. Phone 327-0422 ;