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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Wednesday, December 2, 1970 THE IETHSRIDGE HERALD 25 SI 6 Family Income. Security LOW-INCOME FAMILIES GET MORE The family allowance program would under- go radical changes if proposals in a government white paper on income security take effect in September, 1971, as scheduled. Family allowances will be taxable and would be paid on a sliding scale. Families with income of less than a year will get per child per month. Those in the range would get per child. The family allowance would nor be paid to those with an income of more than _____________________ fodays PUfflT 300 SUNGLASSES to choose from AVAILABLE IN YOUR RX Parents responsible for crimes committed by tbeir children MADISON HEIGHTS, Mich. (AP) Ten months ago, this Detroit suburb of en- acted an ordinance making parents responsible for crimes committed by their children. It seems to be working. So far no father or mother has been prosecuted, but po- lice have sent 35 first-time warnings to parents of young not one of these juveniles has been in trouble with the law since. "It's our ace in the said Lieut. Frank Rutedd of the youth bureau. "We use it for psychological effect." Madison Heights, located north of Detroit, is a predqjni- nantly white working-class community of neat, modest single-family homes. Its ordinance stipulates that parents of a child under 17 who violates city, state or traffic laws can be held crimi- nally liable for a fine and 90 days in jail. For the first two offences, parents and children receive warnings. A third offence can bring both parental fine and sentence. High campaigning cost seen threat OTTAWA (CP) "Give until it hurts" is an appropriate slo- gan for defeated election candi- dates, the Commons ccmmittee on election expense: was told Tuesday by a man who should know. Murray Mnynard, who ran in 1968 as a Conservative against External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp in the Toronto riding of Eglinton, testified that the high cost of campaign-jdatcs running such a campaign jrequired now and win at least] In British Columbia, he said, ing is eliminating good potential nave lo Put UP between 120 per cunt of the vote to avoid i local party associations had candidates and threatens to de- ol" i losing the deposit. slroy the autonomy of constitu- ency associations. Mr. Maynard said that in 1968 his own association spent most of it on postage, office rental, signs, printing, stationary and meals for work- ers. He estimated that candi- He proposed that to offset the costs the government should 'provide all candidates with special mailing privileges, free radio and television time, and a grant of In return, candi- dates should put down a deposit of rather than as is The recommendations enough financial independence met that they didn't have to accept with some skepticism from MPs on the committee. Grant Deachman ver Quadra) tended to play down the threat to Uie indepcnd- "parachuted" candidates im- posed by the party hierarchy in Ottawa. Was it any different for certain parties in Ontario? Not that he knew of, Mr. May- ence of riding associations j nard replied, but it could hap- posed by high election costs. I pen. Lewis settles out of court LOS ANGELES (AP) A million law suit by comedian Jerry Lewis over the sinking of his yacht Pussycat has been set- tled out of court. The boat, a 65 footer, went down off the coast of California soon after Lewis bought if four years ago. 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