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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE 1.ETHBRIOOE HSRALD Friday, Detember 1, 1972 Calgary man assaulted near liere John James McArthur. 46. of Cc- iary toid RCMP an un- assailant heat him and robbed him of his wallet containing only personal pap- ers Wednesday night. I RC-MP say Mr. McArthur, ap- parently gave a ride to a stranger who said his car was stalled and he needed help to start it. Mr. McArthur took the man east of the city, where the in- cident took place. The man then got into his o'.vn vehicle and drove away, said an RCMP official. Folliwng the incident Mr. Mc- Arthur was treated for minor injuries at St. Michael's Gener- al Hospital ar.d released. The RCMP is continuing its investisation. to watched QUADS BORN TEL AVIV (Reuter) Is- rael's third set of quadruplets i in Uvo weeks was bom at the I Asaf Harofeh Hospital near here Thursday. The three boys end a gir! v.-ere born to Mrs. Pninah Bronstein, 26. who had been given fertility drug treat- ment. OTTAWA Federal, housing policy in the next sion of Parliament v.iU b3; watched closely by ether gov- ernments and social agencies. Provincial governments ivill be consulted before legislation amending the National Housing Act is presented to the Com- mons for final approval. But municipal leaders have voiced fears local needs v.-ill not be taken into account, making uhe legislation less effective than it should be. Tne NHA amendments, in- troduced last June, died on the Commons order paper when the session ended. They are ex- pected to reappear, substan- tially uncharjserJ, in the se-sion starting Jan. Tne government at the time said the amendments were de- signed to provide decent hous- for low-income Canadians. ranged from aid for borhood "aid residential im- provement to assistance for low-income Canadians seeking i lowr monthly mortgage pay- ments. Tne Canadian Council en So- cial Deve'.opmeri1. called them most significant National Housing Act amendments since ar.d r.ov; uants them ap- proved quickly. B'jt other observers more- critical. A report prepared for Central I Mortgage and Housing wri'.ten by Toronto lawyer Mi- j chael Dennis and made public by New Democrat Ixrader Da- vid Lewis in August, said the remained too highly centralized. inflc-5'.ible ar.d lack-' ing in clear social housing goals. Beth the Dennis report and a brief .submitted by the munici- pal delegation at the fecleral- provm'jal-rr.unidpal conference in Toronto last v.-eek local government largely has been ig- nored in ho'jsing decisions. Municipal governments, with revenue based primarily on property tax. could get more- revenue from more expensive hous'ng and steered away from low-income housing, it said. Senior governments developed transportation, regional devel- opment, social assistance and housing policies but municipalities had to deal with the consequences. They should be co-ordinated and the munici- palities consulted, the brief said. Urban Affairs Minister Iton Ba.sford has suggested provin- cial governments include mu- nicipal representatives in their delegation at the federal-provin- housing Cvn'ererjce in Ot- tawa in January. I Tne conference, rc-quesled by the provincial governments, will examine federal housing legisla- tion. Tne social development coun- cil was critical of the amount of money set aside to finance the programs in the NHA amendments last June. It ques- tioned providing S4 million in loa-'is ar.d S2 million in grants to rehabilitate older homes. But Michael Audain, council program director, said Mr. Eas- ford has assured him the fig- ures mentioned were only esti- mates for the first year, Mr. Audain said that as long as this is rna'Je clear when the new legislation is introduced, ir.e bill" should be passed as as rx-ssib'e. ho invented the fitob% Mctty? Distant computer mav be a teacher! REPAYS LOAN Suzanne Geiinas, 12, of rscenlly underwent hear! surgery at ihs Mcr.treal involving cave back a pint of blood In the cf direcfcr Dr. Paul David at }he cpsning of the Red Cress cr] p-e-Cnriifrrcs Let'nb ridge bloc-d dsr.cr clinic is jchedulec! next Tuesday, end "nursdcy ct SacrJs Cs-ure- I OTTAWA fCP) VTithln the i r.exi three years, a Es- kimo child could he learning his bv conversing with a UAW vote closely icatched by U.S. In secretary treasurer WASHINGTON" 'CP> 010 coal miners and at> mer.t-laioor relatior-s SCfl.OCO mernloers of the United prorclmateiy retired min- United States. Mirse Workers union cast- in K states and Canada. In addition to the presidential leg ballots for their officers ta- T-.e U.S. balloting take race, miters are voting on vice- day in an election to be strictly place o'.-er the nest days president, suLxervised by the U.S govern- under the watchful eyes of meet as far as Americans are sier.ts of tr.e U.S. concerned. The results are r.et lal.or department, expected before mld-Decernher. The U.S. government has been observing all aspects of union affairs in the United since the court order cusatior- you'd be giving people something and then tak- ing it away." Miss Hudson ssid. An exception might be made, i kir-ciiv c-o'mpuier thousands of Mr. Gwyn'added. in the case ot miles awav. something like medical-advice i That scenario was put for- transmissions, i: a comrr.unity j i ward bv communications de- decided that only tv.o years or i Dartment officials in interview tes of such service be this week as a realistic example better than note at ____ i what can be dote with the pianned communicatiocs tech- nology satellite rCTSj. A joist Canada-U.S. projec-t, i CIS is scheduled to be lataiched i in planned life is only I two years, but both U.S. and Canadian officials are working hard to cram in as many ex- perlraenU as rxssible. Pachard Gwyn, riirector-gen- lental plan- :-e. dfcpartment, foresees :Z- The Vodka that leaves you breathless. SIMPSONS bears Miller's some The union's members in Canada do not cr.me under such supervision since there is r.o legislative mechanism toush- handed do-r: bv Judse VTiIliani ti-vins to u-tenere the mir.- ot erosive Lsrrjinagemtn- 01 union af- prir_it'ies because the has rephed witn ac- Ute up for HALF TO U.S. 'jtstGers are half e.1- Canadian government to over- the L.S. court ers' long history 01 loyalty to thouji, jt.s 55 ne4t 50 see the vote as recu-ested bv the ordenn? the new election. their union ofncials. time to the is a victim of United States." U.S. labor depanrnent. Stanley Grooutt of Calgary, secretary-treasurer the un- ion's District 18, said Canadian locals are "fully capable of run- ning an honest vets count and there was no reason to comply with U.S. requests to send Americans in to do ar.y super- vising." The principal election fight. between President W. A. (Tony) Ecyle, 70. Those op- ponent was murdered, ar.rf chal- lenger Arnold Miller'of Or.ley, 7f'. Va. election was ordered by a federal judee after finding that Boyle's re-election over the late Joseph Yanlonski mar- red by widespread vioiatior.s of labor laws Li U.S. vote CANADIANS BACK KOVI.E Grocutt said Canadian locsls "are pro-Eoyls" and that there was totrang '-crooked11 in t'rA Canadian voting in While Canadian do not like the U.S. goverr.-.-.er.t's in- tervention in the vore in tr.e L'nited States, Canadian rnsrr.- tera V.-111 support tr.ft man elected and not puii out of O-.-e union. Eve- i; re-elesvsd, Eoyle still faces los: o; hh Eoy'e is free on r.or.d appeal of rjs cor.victiO-. of iile- galiy sponoing or: to po'itir.ai c.ar.di- dates for ar.d the Demwjratic csr.-- paign of U.S. goverTjmer.l agents have f.i the ballots in miner's lung disease, pneu- they or "black lung." He Still more time technical l be used in which projects are Heather Hudson, a depart ment field suggests hozes vill fce sealed and ship- union tmd-er Eoyls has been Lax ped to the labor department enforcement, here, under to Miller and his supporters also counted. charge Boyle works UA closely ,J. assistant labor v.lth big coal companies tn the secretary, said the votes are ez-. detriment of the men. Boyle compuUir education could'pro- pected to ce counted by uec. V, charges "left-wingers" are try- i duce result_5 in tfce XortJ., ar.rt then cftrtitied to Junge m? to over umon. i been fwjnd working-sith Bryant. Eoyle Is the only holdover of. jn ficial from to e.ectton. that the comp'Jter alrrxxt Leonard Pnstovicn, a, is run- i mwe hurnant because it is rung ior setretary-tressurer. that relates to you at Running with Miller is Mike your TO11 in Trbovira, 51. for u tol, a Khilt and Harry Patnck for secre-; fan very tary-treasurer.______________j mucf, of yo'jr I own particular needs snd inter- AUTOMOBILE IS IN POLLUTION BATTLE CTS, j powerful satellite r squiring less grou.oi than OTTAWA 'he en on in Lr. co in from Jan. 1, IS73, i yearly un'il are the ssiTit i d-> r.ol Md-cr the prr-bierr- trfct, to the to of than foreft Boyle, who a five- year prison to snyway. U.S. Ssrx.r the iir.jori con vi of s; n cnmffl, Miller, Boyle's :s a 4D-year-o-d retired rr.ir.er who TV S3 hy for Dernrxjrac.y. a murdered SHOT TO DKATII Several sfrer 'he eifictifir Ya hU to destri ir, horr.e. jr. io bia ve i 1 ed vr.e r.r. denied ar.y V-f th" to million. u.-.e of L-. that it can caJJei any OTA time. from ea5Aerri Canada v.-'j'jW require a footprir.t ir: p'aK, area.? i.rj no spwfic ex- or have yei been E-tsrlvJ a j of anrj r.a'Jvft sr.'l Mr. ?.air! and ror v-oulrj on of the exrxirirrxrriti in e'J'jnation arifJ r.ov; v.ere to '.r.f: picture quality for a lur.sj X-ray to trsrif.rnjttfrf by sat- ellite. AVOID Dr.SAPPOIVnfKVT Or.e priri'.iple alf-arfy adopi U that re-.irlonts v.ill not that will be 1 cut when exfyerirnenU Transistorized Pocket Radio Pant Coats and Car Coats OFF Variety of styles cr.d coicrs. In trimrr.ea or urtrim.-r.so. Sizes end Juniors. Reg. 17.58 to 49.93. Ladies' Csatt Ladies' Pants Reg. 7.77 A-.ssrtei p'sid pcr.l-. 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