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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FAVORITE POOCH Anna Hilder, of thunder Boy has a big for her favorite poodle, Ftfi, whrch wa, returned home safe and sound Friday after dijappearina mvMenouily for a month. A Pinkarlon', private investigator found the pet at o cost of Mrs. Hikfen._____________ WfeP JoJ Society's 'real welfare hums' Lewis hits big corporations TORONTO (CP) New Democrat Leader David Lewis set tho scene for his party's election campaign Friday with a blistering attack on big cor- porations, society's "real wel- fare bums." In a speech to about 40 nominees and party pillars-they in- cluded son Stephen, Ontario leader, Donald C. MacDonald, national party president, and Clifford Scotton, national .secre- tary and campaign director- Mr. Lewis cited examples ol what he described as (he "cor- porate welfare system." ffo said big business takes an Increasing amount from the public purse through grants while paying a decreasing Quake reported PALMER, Alaska f AP) An observatory here reported a moderate earthquake loday centred 120 miles west-south- west of Ailak, Alaska, with a preliminary magnitute of n.6 on the open-ended Richter scale. The quake occurred early this morning hut it was not of sufficient magnitude to gener- Rte a tsunami, or a tidal wave, the observatory said The tremor was felt slightly In Adak. a spokesman said. 3rd (here were wore no reports of Hamate. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIE7RICH Certified Dental Capitol Furniture B'dy. I PHONE 323-7634 K2HJ amount In taxes through vari- ous loopholes and concessions. It is an issue ho ami his party Intend lo hammer at until the nest federal election. An aide said later the parly intends lo produce a list of ion companies which have cashed in on what Mr. Lewis called "a new kind of welfare corporations thai siphon hun- dreds of millions of dollars each year from the public trough while Ihey pay a declin- ing share of the income tax needed to government serv- ices." The 6.1-ycar-old socialist leader cited what he said were three examples of this: Shipbuilding Ltd., n subsidiary of Canada Steam- ship Lines, received regional expansion and shipbuilders' grants wortli S27 million be- tween 1966 and 1D7I. During tho.se same years the parent figures are not broken down among subsi- diaries-paid 525 million in in- come tax. Mines Ltd., an On- tario uranium-mining company headed by Stephen Roman, Conservative candidate in the Toronto area riding of York North, did not pay any taxes between 1961 and 1970, despite profits of SM.MB.Sflfl bclwcffn 1165 and tflvn "and Lord knows how many millions in fbo [our years before that." Canada, a ptihpidiary of the multi-national oil anil gas company, Shell Inter- national, hnd net earnings of between 1384 arid I'JO'j, I.cv.is said. "Uut rlurinr: that time it paid not single, solitary of incfuvje tax, t'i a vast nelwork of tar concessions, depletion allowances and other dodges." The company did pay mil- lion on net earnings of mil- lion In 1070, a rate, ot 13 per cent. But that rate is "about half tiie rate paid by most people earning no more than or a year." Grants to corporations during tho last four mcnt years bave increased to million a year from million, Mr. Lewis said. At the same time, corporations have been paying a declining ehnro of tax. Twenty years ago, In 1951, In- dividuals paid 20.7 per cent of all direct federal (axes, corpo- rations paid 2S per cent. In Mr. fxjwis said, "individ- uals will pay per cent of all income tax and corporations only 12.2 per cent" The "vasl network of corpo- rate welfare" has the effect of achieving income distribution in the working people lo the corporalions." Mr. Lewis, who represent York South, made his remarks on Ihe firsl of a Ihree-day lour of Canada's corporate heart- land. McGovern seeks hike in public opinion poll NEW YORK (AP) George McCSovern, Democratic presi- dential candidate and apostle ot the so-called "new plans to break tradition and campaign during (he opposition party's national conven'.loi! later this month. The South Dakota senator, trailing badly In Hie public opinion polls, is mapping plans for a full of on-the-road campaigning during the Re- publican convention Aug. 2I-23 in Miami Beach, McGovern campning otimC-gisis saiii Fri- day. in the past, nominating con- Charge policeman in youth's death ST. JEROME, Que. fCP) Constable Andre Goulel of tho Sto. Therese police force Is to be arraigned in court here to- day in connection with the July 28 shooting death of Andre Vns- sart, 10. At the close of a thretnlay in- quest Friday, Coroner Jean Home owners decline OTTAWA (CP) A further decline in home ownership was recorded in last year's census, Statistics Canada report shows. In 1971, BO per cent of the country's total number of dwelling was occupied by own- ers. The figure was 63 per cent in 19SC, and at a peak 66 per cent In 1981. Tho toUl number of dwellings rose lo six million last year from 5.2 million in tho 1966 cen- sus. Rental accommodation ac- counted [or more than Kali the increase. The number trf owner-occu- pied dwellings roso 11 per cent in fivn year period to 3.6 million. Rental dwellings rose 26 per cent to 2.4 million. Wage battle against forest fires MOSCOW (AP) Some 500 firemen, soldiers and citi- zens were reported waging n round-the-clock battle today against fires that continued to rage in tinder-dry peat hogs and forests east of Moscow. The fire fighters were using bulldozers, pumper trucks, road scrapcre, dynamite, helicopters and small planes in their effort to contain the blazes which broke out July 22 in the midst of a dry, record-hot summer with temperatures in the DOS, A pall of thick, bluish-grey smoke which has enveloped Moscow for almost a week lifted Friday, apparently due to a shift in the wind. Bui [he smoke drifted hack into the cily this morning. GlARfi polarized l Lenses m watcr have tt.om in ymr own ptp-.cr.ptm mnrf. rjkarly. FMrrurl m Mil nng, ovai; or fjctflgor.t, nva yn; ni Dnv-j r.r.M Specializing in tho fining of Eyo Doctor's prescriptions Pjetcrtption Sunglauei 8 Childrcn'i trarr.tt Magnifieri Repairi Reaionabls Price! End strike B07.EMAN, Mont. fAP) Tlie strike at Montana State University ended here with craftsmen and food service workers voting to accept a I temporary settlement. Ahnift 150 workers members the Employees Craft Coun- cil waited off job July 31 following a in nego- tiations with file university for a new contract Union official Virgil Ruet- InT, said the is for a femporary seldement only. Neither side has revealed terms of agreement Feud ended QUEBEC (CP) The Que- bec Creditiste party, split since February into two feuding camps under former leader Camil Samson and Armand Bois, appointed interim leader by the party executive, br-en reunited, it was an- nounced at a news conference Friday night. Air. Sam.son and Mr. Hois ap- peared together Et the news conference to say they and their supporters among the 12- man Creditiste group in the na- tional assembly have agreed to resume operating wilhin Ihe jioJitica! structure. Mr, Hois will remain interim leader of the re-united party. Rolli he and Mr. Snmson mil contest the leadership at a con- vention in January or February next year, the r.sws conference was told. Looking for 'Joe' Tarnuvct? I'M NOW OPERATING JOE'S MOBILE HOMES I Avn. rind 32nd 51 S. (On highway No. 3 lo Tabor; rTf.'IGHT SCHMIDT INDUSTRIES I Gl CM DALE MOBIIE HOMES Soe Me frir hfrit buyi and Servico too! PHONE .123-0 DAYS O 7 7-4006 EVENING'.) JOE TARNAVA PRESIDENT JOE'S MOBKE HOMCS Louis Taillon found Constable Goulel criminally responsible for the death of Vassart. His death sparked two nights of rioting in Sic. There, IS miles north of Montreal. Dr. Taillon issued a warrant for Gould's arrest after an- nouncing the verdlcl and the 21- year-old officer was taken inlo custody. No charges were laid Friday. Tlie coroner also recom- mended lhat tho Quebec justice department take Immediate control of the Sic. Thcreso po- lice force. Ho asked for a study by a competent commission into the quality of police services In the Tcrrebonno district, nortli o( Montreal. The coroner recommended that steps Ire taken to free Ter- rebonne district chiefs from all political, municipal or union dependence. During the inquest, Constable Goulei testified thai his train- Ing with firearms was limited to 24 Bhota fired in one practice session during training in 1970. He has been on the force- less than Iwo years, He told the inquest that he had fired n warning shot as ho and other officers chased Van- sart after n youth broke away from a group being questioned about drugs. Gouiet said lhat as ho Jumped n (cnce In pursuit of the youth, his gun went off ac- cidentally. Vassart was shot through tho back of the neck, Ihe court was told. Jean Vernct. 44, testified Fri- day he was directing traffic at the time of tho shooting and saw Gouiet aim and firo at Vassart, Tto boy was clulclung a brown paper bag when he died. Lalwratory tests showed the bag conlained aboul 45 grams o( marijuana wrapped In five polyethylene packets. Dr. Taillon said Gouiet was "the author of a crime." Ho found the constable criminally responsible for the death, but only "with great add- ing that part of the blame rested with Goulel's employer, the Ste. Therese police depart- ment. TROUBLE PnKDICTED He said that on visits lo the square where tiie youths had been gathered ho found evi- dence of an explosive situation developing between young people and the police. A nearby park "gives off more marijuana smoke than water flows from its he said. No comment was available on tho outcome of the inquest from Justice Minister Jerome Chofjucfte, but a justice depart- ment official said Dr. Taillon had been osked lo forward his recommendations, which Ihe coroner described as "more Im- portant to public security in (ho region than the vcrdH." veniions have Ixren a time for tlio other party's candidates (o stay out of the, spotlight. During tho Democratic convention lusl month, President Nixon was on a working vacation in San Cie- mcnte, Calif., making relatively litlle news. But schedulers at McGovern's Washington cnnv paign headquarters plan a vole- seeking tour that will take McGovern and his entourage Into the U.S. Midwest and South while the Republicans ate in Miami Beach nominating Nixon for re-election. TO VISIT JOHNSON McGovern tentatively plans to visit former president Lyn- don It Johnson in Texas Aug. 22, appear at an American Le- gion convention in Chicago Aug. 23, and speak at the American Federation of Teach- ers convention in St. Paul, Aug. 24. McGovc-rn Friday concluded n two day swing into New Eng- land, his first major campaign trip. ]lo appeared in Manchester, N.H., Hartford, Conn., and Providence, It.I., before flying to New York City Friday after- noon lo appoint former Mayor Robert Wagner as his state campaign director. After his self-described "lis- tening trip" Thursday and Fri- day, McGovern concluded that problems most bothering those lie talked with were Ihe war In Vietnam, unemployment and their own jot) sccurily, whal McGovern calls an unjusl lax slruclurc and Ihe fear of living Ihe latter years of their lives in poverty and sickness. Institute to remain in operation INNLSFAfL, AHa. (CP) Tho provincial government Is committed lo keeping the Bowden fnstllute In operation, Premier Peter Loughocd aaitl here. In an Interview after a day- long tour of the fnmsfail area, Mr. Lougheed said (lie Social Credit decision to shut down tho centre for youthful offend- ers will not bo implemented." "Tho facility will definitely remain. What we arc now re- vising i.i the question of pre- cisely what role 11 will fulfil in Ihe fulure." Mr. Ixnighccd didn't tour institution because Attorney- General Merv Leitch had vlsil- ed it two weeks ago. The institute, just south of here, houses nhoul 100 youlhs and has nbout 60 peoplo on staff. Urges DES han VANCOUVER (CP) The British Columbia Environmen- tal Council, a group, has urged the federal govern- ment to follow a United States government lead in banning use of the cattle-fattening hormone diethylsilbeslrol, or DES. The council says DES has produced cancer In laboratory animals, cannot he detected by known tests and constitutes a consumer fraud because it fat- tens an animal, It does not In- crease the food value of beef. The U.S. government has ban- ned the hormone until its ef- fects have been further Inves- tigated. Soccer results LONDON Old Coun- try soccer results Saturday: KNOI.ISH Birmingham. I Sheffield U 2 Chelsea 4 Leeds 0 Leicester 0 Arsenal I Liverpool 2 Man City 0 Man United 1 2 Newcastle 2 Wolv'hamplon 1 Norwich 1 Kvcrton I Southampton I Derby 1 Stoke 2 Crystal P d Tottenham 2 Ciivtnlrv 1 West Brom 0 Wc.sl I fain II Jiivisinii tl Ilrifditrin I llrislol C I Burnley 2 Carlisle 2 Cardiff 2 l.utnn I lliiddcr.snrld I n 2 I Mlllnall 2 Hull (i Notl.s 0 i'ortsmnutli n Orient 1 Oxford 1 Preston n Aston Villa I Sheffield W .1 Full'iii.i n Swindon 2 Queun's fit Division III Tiollon .1 Bournornoulh 0 Jirenlford 0 Halifax Bristol it iilacktnirn n Olclharn I ll Vale Ci f'ollirrliarri I flymonlh f) Scimlhfirpn 1 KwanMa 0 Khresvsbm-; 0 Nolls C n Walsall 3 Charlton 2 Walfnrd I Trarismcie I) Ynrk 0 Grimsby 0 Division IV Bradford 3 Barnsley I Cambridge 0 Darlington 3 Chester 2 Bury 0 Colchester 1 Hereford n Gillingham 0 Newport 0 Lincoln I Hartlepool f. Mansfield 1 Northampton ft IliNidlng I Crewe I Smilhporl I Kxcler n Soolkpori Pelci Ittu migh 2 Wcirkingltin 2 Dciura.slcr 0 .SCOTTISH LlvU.n; CI Airdiir 0 Berwick II Ayr 2 SI. Mirrcn I Clyde- 2 Molheiv.cll Crmrlrnho.'ilh 1 Pftitlck 3 liiimbiirlon I llcnils o Dundee U 2 Dunfcrrnline 0 Knsl I''ife 2 I I'l Stirling 2 Dundee f. Porfnr 2 Alloa I Hamilton 1 Drcchin 0 Ilibc-rnian -1 Queen's i'k 2 Montroso 3 Falkirk 4 Murlrm 1 Slronraer G Queen of S I) Aberdeen 4 KiiiiWT.s 2 Clydebank 0 SI. .liihiiMonn 2 Hnilb n Sfcnhriii.semiiir 1 KilmrlrrfK-V Mirlioi) 0 CclHc 1 V.S. mr raids heaviest of war SAIGON (API The United States command Amer- ican bomber made their heaviest raids of the war on Norlli Vietnam Friday after- noon and early todiiy. A spokesman said II mis- sions involvinE an estimated 33 aircraft dumped nearly Ions of bombs on Communist supply caches being used to support the North Vietnamese army across (he so-called de- militarized zone in South .Viet- nam. All the raids ranged from six to 31 miles from the North Viclnamoso coastal cily of Donf! Hoi, believed a major staging area for tho movement of mm and supplies south and acro.ss Hie mountains into Laos and the Ho Chi Minh trail. 'iTie previous record was on Juno 9, when 10 flights of tho clglil engined war p I ;i n c s bombed "enemy supply caches" aljovc and belmY Dong Hoi. The U.S. command Iliat an American adviser was missing during heavy fighting In Kien lloa province, '15 milca southwest of Saigon. Field reports said sapperi struck Cam Ranh Bay early to- day for the third lime this week, lulling (he U.S. properly disposal office at the big coast- al base that was turned over to the. South Vietnamese last May. TVo sappers were, report- ed killed but oilier details wcro not available. Discuss bible translation inlo Indian languages MEDICINE HAT (CP) More than 50 persons from across Norlh America Friday concluded a monlli long insll- lute held to discuss new tech- niques for translating the bible Inlo the languages of North American Indians, There were 22 Indians among the translators al the sessions which ere held by tho. Cana- dian Itible Society, one of -ID world members of (lie United Bible Societies. Dr. William Wonderly of Mexico City, the United "Bible Societies' translation co-ordina- tor for the Americas, said the institute was tho first of Its kind held in north America aral participants included per- sons working on translations of Ihe bible Into languages of six Indian Iribcs living in Canada and eight in the United Stales. He said (he six Canadian In- dian languages discussed were Crec, Ojibwa, Micmac, Stoney, Chileotin and Carrier. Dr. Wonderley said the two major products to emerge were, plans for a revised and updat- ed translations of the bible inlo tho Cree and Ojibwa lan- guages. Translations in (hose languages have lieen available since (lie last ccniury hut now are he said. He said in the new transla- tions emphasis will he placed on called "dyna- mic equivalents." "Thai refers to translation Into meaningful contemporary language as opposed to strictly literal translation of the origin- al text." Weather and road report .SL'MtlSR SUNDAY SUNSET I.clhhrhlgr Pinchcr Creek Medicine Hot Edmonton..... Grande Prairie Banff Calgary Victoria Penticlon Prince George Vancouver Saskatoon Hogina Winnipeg Toronto Ottawa Montreal Chicago New York Miami Angeles Las Vegas Phoenix Rome......... Paris........ London Berlin......... Amsterdam Moscow Stockholm Tokyo If I, 02 SS M 47 89 Cj 07 .F2 57 40 .00 78 SI B-l 51 72 51 Kl 55 ..57 40 .15 72 52 BO 57 53 92 05 55 M 50 .05 ..71 SB .01 7Z til 74 66 1.23 80 US 82 (19 70 711 .21 ..101 80 ffl IM 73 53 70 55 72 54 lig 95 Tl BO 57 91 77 Hal Today: Mainly Runny devel- oping showc-rs and HiimnYr- showrr.1; by the evening. Highs near BO. Sunday: Main- ly Runny developing evening tlicmdcrKlimvers. Lows SO. Highs near SO. Calgary Today: Cloudj periods with afternoon and ev- ening showers or thundershow- ers. Iliglis near 70. Sunday: Mainly .sunny developing Isolat- ed evening fihowers. Lows 45- 50. Highs near 70. Columbia Kontcnay Kcglrm Today: Kuuny but cooler. After- noon cloudy periods with a few shov.'ers or isolated thunder- storms In tho Columbia area. Highs ranging from Ihe upper fids in Ihe norlhcrn Columbia area to tho lower eighties in Kootenays. Lows tonight 45 to 55. Sunday: Sunny with afler- nonn cloudiness giving a few showers and isolated lluinder- slorms. Highs Sunday In He 70s. .MONTANA Mast of Divide Partly cloudy with scattered rhowers and thunderstorms to- day and Sunday. Not quite so warm west portion today and cooler nil sections Sunday. Highs today BO to no west 90 In 100 ea.sl portion. Lows tonight 50s west ;md 55 tr> (in east por- tion. Highs Sunday mostly BOs. West nf Cnnlinrnlal Divfilr Partly cloudy with widely seal- lered afternoon and evening tliiindeiThrmors today and Sun- day. Cooler. Highs today in 80s, Lows tonight (o S5. Iliglig Sunday 7.1 to OWATONNA 200 9' HAYMASTER Conlour flotation _ gelt all Iba erop from every liold Controlled crop conditioning offeri a thorough but gonllo conditioning action Grotitcr harveiluhilily (murai complete ciop hurveiting maximum nulrlcnt ENQUIRE TODAY KEN DICKSON or DOUG IRWIN BALER TWINE SPECIAL, PER BALE 6.95 GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY, 1ETHORIDGE PHONE 328-1 Ml OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY coirirrrsv or A.MA All Mjjhw.iy.i In llirs Lolli- bridfjo disrlia are hard nnn dry. Hiflhuny 1, Trans Canada Ilijjluvay, bare and dry. I'finiS OP tONTRY {Opc-ninr; nn.l Closing Tinitsl: Coiillrj 71 lictiirs; Carway fi a.m. lo inidiiielil: I! lo 'i i. in llooscville, It.C. K in, iniilniKtit; -.'I hiiinx- I'orlhlll llykpru S .1 m, lo Clurf'Moimlain' 7 n in lo JO p.m.; Wlldhor.vw, B jt.m. to 1 n.m. ;