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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IfTMflRIOGf HERAln Ann'l 11, 1777 I C FUKPKUKTnN n'P in viHiniy hut Liberal juivc-rnmeut. thr i'il ii" uai'T .iiul pos i L i o u chums. Kpct-ial nieuL rnun- (murr 1" in1 amt fire pi uvci1 nuicJe fcr paid I'lMiniv l.ixi luis inailuai paymi-n; one nf ino-L prior iUTiiswt Ihe I'lniserva- bills of llu- I'uni-iH session iroateii of adding tht- util arrears the New Hrunsv'.k'k nu'ienl Uixes liy Ihe nn mil lax and .sending I'nhlu- to taxpayers against the amendment !o l lie lU-al Properly Tax Act have lurn held aluiitf million traffic potitk'.'illy Mihlile iVorlh where a porlion some say at least of the- tax arrears are pay off Liberal Ihc (AI'> air fiiilrd lo inflate InUiiT. [heir JHIV. er Uniled Stales ihroe-liundrwilhK of a scc- in the Shore- region, M-milliitii as oxpeclcd aiul the dum- against the safety smashed imo lliruwn into I lie and i vadinu I'Npei'inienUii auui and one tlie front seat prosumably tliri'e lilVlike mild have1 been seriously in- ,i_ j ;iii" IKLI' designed In or killed men I the wilh Dynamic Sci- a -5 n ,is watching from a durinc :hc r vear? urior ;o the Pmv.u-r tcsliiij; site. TranspDriii-lion Sec'relary John Ha! field Conservative covoi-nnieni in b.te autivmanufaclurint! e n I a t i v e s and is jailed Cl-ARIFV olhers thai Ihe fCP) Simon The tax srv.endmenL of c-xpei'i incuts cnultl create sv, cepme auto ot Montreal got a seven-day jail sentence here in 'I'llc in the iuir (oo stealing :i sausage. to COLCX" li'i1 the charge of Lheft, rleuarlnirnr OL r c u. o i r e (old Provincial The L'.H-rrus rope? to pivducc a Clary Cioni h.e took the erf :he i1'. v.hich v.ill al'm'.v because he had not Just. to walk away from for days since leav- Q o m i c a 1 1 y depressed .TmclciUs va-h only Montreal on a hitchhiking Shore Lc-re LLX-.-'S. 10 Calpary. taxns ILX.-S alone why he didn't seek farm cquipir.ent mul r.nimaK were high to pay for Ihc costs 50 miles hour. !ho cxperimrnlal [Jregoire replied: "I have a hard time un- educaaon and v. sm acted inlfi the or reading Knji- P'rank Kane (L it.i ihreo and I was unable lo di- land i said one farmer n c- n unsecured bv im self lo the Salvation Chatham paid more than nonces of inlent In M'll prop- j citie.s in order In ml let: t. Out- [MvernmeiH spokesman llii-re will embarrassed j rm'mhiM'S on the LiluTal side of f the legislature when they arc 1 to explain why sumo Nortli Shore arrears no[ collected. HAS NO CIIOICK Provincial Secretary Hodman Dgiiii .said Ihe government had "no alternative" but lo collect the old taxi's. Tlio.sc had al- j ready paid would be carrying more than their s lin re of burden if Ihe arrears len oft. A ml re R o b i c h a it 'I out'ester i, whose Shippi-gan homo is in ;m area where unem- ployment rates ure nearly the highest in Ihc province, said Ihe government's limhiR uas "ill- cho.-cn The arrears could not lie paid by i host? work and the government was adding to their plight by threatening lo sell jnies Opiwsition Leader Robert Ilispins said it was ''basically and fundamentally wrong" to go back and "shore-up" loop-holes f in legislation that was five yeais old. But Ihc real opposition to tho amendment appears 10 be gath- ering on (he Xorth Shore itself, where many of Lhnse u.ho at- tended public meetings at Datli- urst and Kichibucto this month jsaid they would refuse to pay the old taxes despite the govern- ment's threat lo sell their homes. Some predict the lax amend- mcnl may become Hie focus of ncsv demonstrations along tlie N o r I fi Shore, where angry French-speaking Acadians al- ready have protested Ihc seri- ous unemployment situation. ;ap energy a KDMO.NTON (CP) A 30 to 70-per-cenl increoRe in encrpy prices 19BO was predicted here by G. (Dan) Ilavlcna, oxeculivp assistnnl to the pros- i end cf Ihe century.' ident of Husky Oil Ltd. lie lold a Cnuarlian InslUulc Sharp increases in energy ot Mining and Metallurgy mecling that "we prices are necessary if ulteruii live energy supplies arc to he j forced to realize" utilized in Ihc 1970s, Mr. llav-; cheap energy wbicl lena said in an inlcrview. taken for granted Substantial price improve- ments were necessary lo spur prorluclion from oil sands and oil shales and lo juslify the EDMONTON (CP) A pica to save a lake near Edmonton from drying up was nitule in Ihc Alhcvta legislature by an opposilion MLA as the depail- ment of environment's lion spending estimates were approved. Waller Buck (SC Clover Bar) told Ibe House he was "appalled" by the silence of Progressive Conservative MLAs who represent all Ed- monton ridings. Environment Minister Bill Yurko said the Progressive Conserva live government is slmlyin.E; liow to solve the prob- lems of Cooking Lake about 20 miles southeast of the city. Bui, (he minister said, he doesn't like the idea of using goi'crnmenl funds to rehabil- itate a lake where all or most of Ihe lakoshore property is privately owned, i Dr. Duck agreed with tin's j stand out said saving Cooking I Lake would benefit "all people 1 in the Edmonton area" because If price increases didn't s high-paced development oE the u js a prime recreation region rnmc to encourage conversion Athabasca Oil Sands and the I-------------------- i conventional oil industry and T i i i allcrnative fuels thc (lav or cconomic coai llllUUlC Slabbed run out of energy DRUMHELLER (CP) A prisoner slabbed at the Drum- heller Correctional Inslit u I e Monday night has heen Identi- fied as 28 year old Ralph Kowalchuk of Edmonton. DIFFERENT TWIST During bullfight in Seville, Spain, it's the bull for a change instead of the malador who goes carlwhesling. The bull, sornersoulling afler pass by bullfighter Angel Terucl, was unable la co.ilinue alter digging his horns into the sand. over Lake going dry manufacture oC gas from cool. arc being that I li e lias besn no longer be available. Price increases would prob- ably prove beneficial for Alber- ta. Mr. llavlena said, because higher price.s wouid sliinnlale KKVKUIY CLAIMS 12 COLOMBO, Ceylon (Renter) Forty-two persons died dur- ir.3 Now Year festivities hsre in homicides caused by drink, quarrels and old enemities, po- lice rcpovtcd Wednesday. The island celebrated tho Sinhala and Hindn New Year April 12 and n. M'ounded in (he upper body, was reported in good condition in hospilal. An RCMP spokesman said an investigation is continuing I but. no charges have been laid. 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Count Chocula or n Oft Frankcnberry 8.5-oi. ncl wt. pkg. lor WtlX BOUnS Royol Reg Cot QQ Canada Fancy M fl. or. lin for O C Rolled Tea Buns ToaslMqster Pkg oM239c Fresh 39c l Itnys