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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 13, 1972 THi lETHMlOCB HMALB 13 Compensation act DETAINEES lion in Kampala, press, who was to London, with Unidentified detainees are shown in o room in the Central Police Sta- Uganda, In this photograph by John Dowling of the London Dmly Ex- being held along wilh other western newsmen. Dowling later returned other correspondents.______________________ EDMONTON AM jerta's Workmen's Compensa- tion Act is so outdated it needs _ complete revision, particu- arly sections dealing with dis- ability pensions, Labor Minis- :er Bert Hohol said here. Dr. Hohol made the com- ment in an interview following three days of public hearings during which his eight mem- ber legislative com m 111 e e heard submissions. He said the main area of con- cern which emerged was "cer- tainly the matter of pension benefits" and that the mini- mum disability pension of 15 per cent of total earnings "has to change upwards." The maximum of 75 per cenl of total earnings also must ba examined, Dr. Hohol said, al though he would not commen further. The labor minister said man agement submissions wer strong in support of the initia concept of compensation or re- compense for lost earnings an wanted the legislation to re main in its present form whil acknowledging concern ab o u administrative improvement and in the operation of the at y the compensation board. Labor is dedicated to bavin; omp e n s a tion redefined ii .erms of general damages, tha overage periods should start vhen a worker leaves home to o to work, and that any bene Is paid by the board ghoul not be affected by other pen sions, he said. "Management largely a] tears to want to improve wha we have while labor union; want a whole, new structure o workmen's compensation." Dr. Hohol said the provincial government was dedicated to changing the art "in accord- ance with the times." His committee would "ex- amine" the pain and suffering concept of compensation and also the present no fauly sys- tem in which a worker cannot claim against a fellow worker whose negligence led to an ac- cident and disability. "We have an open mind on all these things." The committee rec e i v ed about M briefs and is expected to make recommendations to be presented in a revision of the act at the spring session of the legislature. gives you MORE for your FOOD DOLLAR THESE SPECIAIS IN EFFECT ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA-LETHBR1DGE MONDAY AND TUESDAY, Sept. 25th and 26th CENTRE VILLAGE ptwdlypresents... Columbia: The GemofEncyclopedias BOLOGNA BY THE PIECE.......Ib. TABIERITE CANADA CHOICE T BONE STEAK ib............... TABLERITE CANADA CHOICE fi AA SIRLOIN STEAK 1.39 COLUMBIA ENCYCLOPEDIA Ib CANADA FIRST GRADE BUTTER Ib. C Thesel of alifelime...lhe only encyclopedia your child will ever need the one you'll read lo him until he can read it which time he'll have acquired the winning habit of a lifetime.. .Ihe habit of tookingitiip. 22 volumes Surely you've seen wonderful 1-volume Columbia Encyclopedia. LIFEcalls it the best 1-volume encyclopedia. Schools and libraries consider it a must. Well, now a learn of visual designers have made a good thing even betler. 22 times belle', lo be evncl. Extravagantly illustrated You'll find the Columbia exciting to use. The entire 22-volume sot is sprinkled with signilicanl illustrations, that add a whole dimension lo the text, Approximately 7000 of Ihem, about 1000 in full color. Information-packed Pick a topic! You're bound lo find it in Ihe Columbia, People-. Philosophies. Yesterday's history. Tomorrow's scions All authentic-; all expressed in a streamlined, no-nonsense manner. Absorbing read- ing in every volume lor'both you and your children. Created right on a college campus The entire text of Ihe Columbia Encyclopedia was created rigtH on a college campus. And what-belter credentials could a reference work have? Your information be respected in any discussion; your chil- dren will go lo school well-prepared and well-informed. Unbelievably low-priced Thisisthekindof expect lo find prohibitively expensive. And ordinarily you But bec.iuse of special arrange- ments with the publisher, you're in luck. The total price of the set is a tiny fraction of what yon expect to pay and the purchase plan makes it even more spectacular. MEADOW GOLD ICE CREAM ASSORTED FLAVORS......gallon ,79 SUNGOLD ORANGE CRYSTALS 2 package box C Volume One Only k thereafter at Look for Columbia, the Gem of Encyclopedias. a book a week thereafter at PURITY ALL-PURPOSE FLOUR 20 Ib. bag ,28 PEACHES 3-lbs. 1 B.C. MclNTOSH APPLES oo HANDIPAK CASE FRESH FROM OUR IN STORE BAKERY LEMON PIES 2 for...... WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL CLOSING TUESDAY, SEPT. 26 ;