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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _- Wcdncidoy, Apiil 12, 197J THI KIHBRIOOB HtKMO Just liow much is the unanswered question Drapeau's Olympic plans call for millions in grant money LONDON (CP) The Times says il is regrettable Hint when the 1976 Olympics arc com- pleted in Montreal, the main stadium will be turned over to professional football and base- ball. Tlie Olympic spirit, suggests writer Neil Allen, has nothing to do with how the Expos baseball team or the Aloucllcs football team will be able to fit into the planned stadium. Montreal Mayor Jean Drap- eau should remember the New system for taxing beer seen OTTAWA CCI3) If Canada changes its system of taxing beer, as industry spokesman said they expect, it will lie falling more into line with some Knropeun countries and away from the system used in the United States. The food and drug aclministra (ion last December changed the definition of liecr, on the basis of alcoholic content, and created a new category of malt liquor. Under the new definition, lighl beer contains up to 2.5 per cent alcohol by volume; beer 2.8 to 5.5 per cent and mall liquor be- tween 5.6 to B.5 per cent. Industry sources have said thai this may be (he start of a new system under which federal taxation is changed from a gal lonagc basis to an alcohol con- tent basis. VARIOUS CATEGORIES Figures provided by the Brewcrers Association of Can- ada say tbal tlie United King- dom has several categories ol malt beverages for taxation purposes. Beer by the bottle starts at 2.9 per cent, alcohol by volume. Then dratl beverages go this way: "Milk bitter 2.9 to 3.3 per cent; brown ate 2.9 to 4.5 per cent; stout up to 4.8 per cent pale ale up to 5.G per cent; strong ale over 5.G per cent. In West Germany there are four categories: light beer be Iween .B and 2 per cent; beer 4.1 to 5.2; strong beer G.I and over; draft beer 2.8 and three. The Nelherland has five catc gories: three to 3.4; 3.7 to 3.9 4.1 to 4.5; and 4.7, and 6.1 and up. Both these countries tax 01 the basis of a combination of al coholic strength and amount. Figures for the United State; strength are not available here. But, like Canada, the fed eral government has a gallon age tax. Funds cut off for athletics HELENA, Monl. TAP) committee of the State Boarr of Hegents has given tenlaliv approval lo s proposal tha would end public funds for in tcrcollegiale athletics at Fron lier Conference schools in Mot: tana, The eight-member univcrsit ronimitlee approved in prin ciple the recommendation drafted by presidents ot II lour conference schools in th stale. The schools Involved Eastern Montana College, Mon tana Tech, Western Monlan College, and Northern Monlan College, The first ol those proposal would cut oil all operating bui get funds for any aspect of in tercollegiale athletics a f I c June 30, 1973. The second pro posal suggests a student vot on the use of student funds support intercollegiate spoil after that dale. Shot constable, UUlll jailed EDMONTON (CP) A 3 year-old man who shot R C M P constable in the last October sentence yesterday to five years in pri on. Harry G a I 1 g li c pleaded guilty (o Allicrla Si prcme Court March 17 wounding with intent to mai or disfigure Constable Jami Fyfc. Gallagher had been charg< with attempted murder but SI Justice Michael O'Byrne foun him not guilty because, tl judge said, the accused was s dnir.k he did not intend to k Hie constable. Constable Fyfe and Ga Inphor had a shoot-out in tl accused's home tov, n of Fi cM n r r n y on Oct. 6 all Gallagher caina at the with a rtlle. lympic spirit "is about young eoplc running, throwing, jump- g and swimming for lun in which appeal to every- ic, whatever their culture." Allen was one among some X) foreign reporters recently :vited to Monlrcal to witness Drapcau's unveiling of the 1UJO Olympic construction plans. "Never before ih the 70 years of the modern Olympics bus it liccn felt necessary for a host city to organize an international press conference (our years and three months before the opening ot the says. T h e Manchester Guardian sent John Samuel, de- scribes Drapcau as likely to re- place American Avery Urun. dage, president ot tlie Inlerna- tional Olympic Committee, ir terms of vision and autocracy. Urapeau, lie says, "proceeds wilh an energy which seems fed rather than discouraged by the opposition and political passions ol his ethnically divided city." most of the 100 foreign rcport ers svere "a Drapcau's plans for flic main little cool en pulling its lijnrls stadium were bold and vision- much deeper in its jrockcls for ary bul Samuel suggests that I Afonlrcal." The Times reporter concludes! Drapciiu has cslimatcd th.it little .suspicious that some ol the provincial ad- tlio Montreal Games nct'rl not ministration.1! "tend la look a lit- cosl more Iban million, eslimatcd 's Mu' lliat (hey were part of a politi- cal gambit to pressurise a fed- eral government apparently lie askance at the bravura per wilh the Ciliir r o r m a n c c s of cosmopolitan Ior "icJ) stagings, Jhe limps Montreal and Its ubrant fjB1Ircs ihal the Montreal bill mayor.'' cannot less than 5300 million. HARMACY A. Ntvea Creme Use os a nighl cream, cosmetic base, ideal for baby too. 4-oz. jar. EACH 6. Bulletin Tablets Fasl pain relief wilh no stomach upscl. For headaches, muscular ochej. Bollle of 100. EACH C. Woolco (im) Disinfectant Deodorizer Kills household germs one! odours, 1 4-oz, aeio- con. EACH D. Gillette "The Dry Look" Dry conlrol for hoii'. Regular or ex Ira hold, rj-oz. EACH H'lJ E. Woolco (ten) Moutltwash Effective brecilli care, moulhwasti and gargle. 24-07. EACH s F. Vaseline Intensive Cure Lotion Relieves skin. Soothes, re- stores softness fast, EACH G. Gillette Foamy Shave Cream 1 1 -oz. aerosol can. EACH K. Q-Tips Cotton Swabs Slerilized collon safefy-fipped swabs. Convenient package of 1 80. PKG. H. Gillette Super Stainless Razor Blades Pnckcige of 5. pkgs. 1. Soft and Dri Anli -perspira nl deodorant. In or Lrnscenled 7-oz. aerosol can. EACH N. J J Carefree Feminine Napkins o gentle dcndnronl. Package ol 36. P, Resdan Dandruff Treatment ,87 ranl In regular 1.19 A hoir dressing otn conditioner. 6-oi- ploilic bailie. EACH 99 Q. Adorn Hairspray J. Listerine Antiseptic Moutliwash and Gargle M. Grand Prix Sunglasses f-oidl hoirsproy with J luper holding formula. All I 1 EACH 20.oz. Plus 20c off coupon for any box facial lissuc. EACH 127 Available in ihc lafesl wife, metal or plaslic frames wilh ossorled paslcl-color- cd lenses. PA R. L'Oreai Hair Coloring Cosy 1o apnl a.75 NupercainaS ftCINCIIOCAINE Diovol Suspension or Tablets For foil onlacid onliflolu linn. 12-oz. bclllc or 50 lablels. EACH Agcirol Laxative The gantle (axalive for ihn fomily. 16-ci. plaslic boltk. EACH Phisohex Cleanser The looplcsl skin clnanscr. z.oclerail. 16-Oi. 7 EACH Nupercoinol Anesthetic Ointment For (he relief of pain and if burni tind 1-or. EACH Glycerin Adult Suppositories Afiordi o quick mc'K o( relieving Neufrogena Soap skin neijlra] os pure rain wolcr. 100 gm. siic. EACH Predictor The new do -i I- your sell icsl lor if- h or mono or prcej- nancy. eQsy.lo-do. EACH Woolco (TM) A.S.A. 5-grafn Plailic bottle containing 500 tablets. tACH Prices in cffccl April 15th We reserve the right to limit quanlities Woolco Pharmacy operated by Jack Auslrn Pharmacy (Alberta) lid.. A Division of Dominion Citrus and Drugs ltd. Because We're Woolco... fYour Shopping Costs You Less! Denartment Stores PHONE 328-8151 College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrcith Drive Open Daily 9 a.m, to 6 p.m., Tliwrsday and Friday 9 o.m. to 9 p.m. ;