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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Woclnonfoy, Auguil 23, 1972 .S V WASHINGTON' (AIM Scis- sixth Soviet imdcrgromul explosion Ihi we're i (jronk'd (luring rjJltl. Aii Alomic Commis- sion spokesman li o v o lest, if it was one, could have IKTM ;i jion-weiipoti blast- ing device because il was in ;m ruiL tatciJ ns ;i weapons- siiid aliont 11 p.m. m ii lest fii'ls per cent .since mid-June, sccordiui; lo a study by a Toronto investment firm. and there are predictions of higher prices the end of the year. 120 brand items surveyed in- creased in price by seven per cent. The actual increase of Donald Tigert of Bums Bros. 000 items was alwut 3.5 per ar.d Dent on Ltd.. Toronto, said 1 cent, he said. Car Mash destruction 'deliberate' BURLINGTON On! ''There may have Iwcn as wash premises from .loc Batten 000 Lul. Mr. Batten The owne. of a cm- wash de- many stroycd by dynamite here I Insp. has said he has no idea was responsible. "I don't knnw anything at the said Alf Skrelnmas, co-owner of the Billy Bever car wash. The building was wrecked when dynamite blew two wash- ing machines apart, lifted the roof and buckled doors. No one was injured. Police believe it. WHS deliber- ate and that, more than one ex- four or said George Moore, "They were all detonated at the same ime." It is the second time in 10 weeks dynamite has knocked out a Burlington business, but police don't believe there was nny connection. An electrical transformer at the Palctta Brothers' packing plant was damaged by of Batting 1000 Ltd. Mr. Batten said the wTeckcd machines three years eld anil cost about SJM.OOO. Jack I-cvinc, executive vice- i president of Stein- berg's Ltd.. said food costs wili j rise "to disturbingly high levels in September." lie pointed to recent increases in colfee, ce- reals nnd tomato products as the iMigiimini! of the pattern. David Lauh, Toronto division i.S agree OTTAWA ICI'I Unemploy- ment in.sm-.incc payments this year an; running considerably higher than those of last year, hut there is no way of telling RKI'OJVT FIRST KOnDEIlV TALMA DE Spain (Router) MALLOnCA, manager of Canada Safeway j rmw whether the Unemploy- Lttl., raid there is no rnnm left mcnl Insurance Commission is for the industry lo absorb any going lo have a year-end defi- incrcnses. It will mean foixllcit, UIC officials said here, prices will rise as mannfrtc- j one tiling scem.s certain, the turers increase prices, he said. federal government is going; to The .study pointed out. that I he faced wilh a considerable even with the recent advances hill in prices, food costs are still i A UIC spokesman said thai a below the levels uf two years j published report that payments ago when supermarket chains may ha running 70 per cent n 1.0VULL. Wyo. (M'> Danny Blackburn, who drew national attention two weeks ago when lie was temporarily Rom a now to study port strike KKCINA fCP) Attorney- General Roy Icuve for Vancouver Lwlay for a firsL-liantl review of the work stoppage. In making llic Hnnminccmcnl, I'tcmier Alhm Hhkency sukl the allornoy funeral crn pioycr.s t IK: union iiv volved to res Lime loaclinf! The premier salt! he i.s in conccnictl at the continued tieup of ship menis from Ihe West Coas port and is (li-sappointeti at no receiving a reply to his t jjram io the federal govern mont. Blakcncy sent a (clcynim last week lo federal Labor Minister Martin O'Oonncli, a.sk- Ihe government to take action to resolve a "seemingly refused pass age o i a n air- plane flight home, lias died uf cancer. "Danny was a tighter all the way his said after the 10-year-old boy tiled Monday. Two weeks ago, Western Airlines stuck to its inlL-r- prctntion of a I-'ederal Avia- lion Administration rcgu- lalion and refused lo fly the ailing hoy and his oxygen bottle home from Denver, where Kanny had a series of brain operations. The boy flew ho me v i a Frontier Airlines, which agreed to bend the rule about oxygen- Ixieause Danny accompanied by a nurse. It was known then that Danny, who had been hall ling brain cancer for 111 months, didn't have long to live. He told his parents he wanted to come home to Ixwcll, where Fisli deaths being probed EDMONTON fCE1) Ti rnls off lo sleep Sun- n't up." Oil. forms Lewis charge TORONTO Officials of tv.o oil linii'i have disputed lalcst. clunks n[ llavid Di'iixicralic Party loader, (lint they arc not paying j their fair xhrin; nf income tax. S. Itolx'il lil'iir. president ol Alljr.-ilri 'JVrnk Lino Co., nmipnny ha.s i: incoint' laxes to fiir serv- ices and "no iias accrued to lix: company this prac- Mr. l.cv.'is said Sunday at Ka- inccplirai in lii'il (lie company has pair! income tax of cm prriiK lit JIB.7 million. trcasurfr of Ca- nadian Superior Oil Mrl., said Mr. charges did not. a representa- tion of ll'c true Mr. Lev.is fai'l Hint between samples of dead fish found at Smoke ties with respect to loading Lake, 15 miles south rr.or.lli hifihcr tlian i iirht hut that, vcars the company had spent grain loading workers cotlldn t capital's history was committed during tile weekend, were like-: during the weekend by two pi.s- canncd vegetables, cake ing bandils who robbed f'iciency in Ihe walcr caused hy, ami permits, anrl