Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, December 13, 1972 THE irrHBKIDGl HOMO 17 Nixon decides to continue Bv EDWIN L. DALE I New York News Service j WASHINGTON President; "Nixon has decided to continue price conlrels in 'jxBiibly in modified fcrrrn. This and other presidential de- ckioris on the aati irifUtioa front were hy Gwge P. Shultz, the secretary of the treasury arid the president's chic-f on rnst'Ars. Trie other measures include a freeze on federal hiring and until tb? erd of Jan- usry a freeze during the whole of ISr73 on the salaries of "executive level" federal ern- plrjyees, includirjg of Congress and Use The following decisiwa were lations" with business, labor, the gcrvernmenlal bodies such as the pay board price wrn- J mission that have administered I controls, consumer groups and others in an effort to find the effective" system o! ooa- Uols for next year. That issue, Shultz said, is not "whether" i there be coritroh hut 1 to them. j _ The president "nov; feels sure1' that he can boM cal year IK4 as between S2W- eral Wring, Nixon said. "TO billion and S27Q-biliion. programs, no matter There will be no salary in-! hw attractive they may be in- creases next year for Ihose at i can have a higher the "executive level" in the pr.onty than the protection o? federal government, including pwchaiirig pw.er of all the members of Congress the judiciary. For members of the executive branch of govern- ment, this .order effe.tively L j Brinks freezes- salaries of aboil or rnore. Pay of !ov.'er- Ifevel civil Toe president will ask to t'r.e ex- piring next April 30, that gives authority for price, wage, rent and other controls. Srjitz did Mt ho-T long an exteo- tion the president will ask. rate There te early "cot current year, r-ow almost half completed, to his target figure of taw-billion, though no budgetary decisions announced. Tne prctiderjt 'na-i also de- that ten serjl Con- gress next rnorAh a b'jdget for fiscal year vrhose EpeixJ- irg uy.al v.ill he "v.ithin full ernployrnent revsn'jes." This is fiffjre revenues that be ed if the ecorxjrny we're he rise next year according to HAIFA, Waiter) I'enirK'jU. Kgypt in v.sr, is four per cer.t, is for TLV formula by law. j drifting "awav from as Tnere will a freeze on the Red Sea 'expands an- hiring by the federal govere- i nual of three millirnetres ment until the end o! j (one tenth of an incnj. ssys v.-jth only a few exceptions such prof. Yakov Ben-Tor, the je- as postal workers needed for i pjsalern the Cnristmas season. After; empkjyrAerjt i i will be' fixed by the decisiuis YOUTHS CONVICTED rar.de in connection with the i BANGKOK, Tfiiiland 'Rtu- budget. 7'r.e iuvenile court of Sh'jitz said, Bangkok has convicted 1.7'A the president's strong teen-age boys this year for rob- minAtion to t h e lyeries in ganEs. by agairst inflation." In a j ganas in Bangkok al presidenUaJ statement is more frequent than petty uncLng the on fed- i trKft and phyrical assault. EATON'S Sew any fabric on Eaton's Viking automatic machines 13777 Portable Here's the machine for fabrics, for for sheers. The Viking automatic. AAakes button holes, embroiders, darns, mends. Has a built-in motor, seven-speed control and sews zig-zag or straight stitch to cover type of machine sewing. And you get sewing instructions wil'n this Viking plus a 1-year warranty on parts. A handy portable you can use anywhere. At Eaton's now! And inexpensive! A great to save! Sewing pays. In walnut finished console. 157.77. Walnut finished desk 187.77. Sewing Uv.-er "Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" Featured in Eaton's Christmas Show at the Paramount Theatre on Saturday, December 16th Santa Will Be There With a Candy Treat For the Kiddies! Th> firs! tr.ildrer. 14 er.d Mr loth, c! ICi r: ii r: r, u j-iro r.cir.g o n d G t T oy! o r. I r f! r Each ce no'd a! fr-e Parcrriount Thee Ire o" jrscy, sr.ow 1o the cKlSdren see if, Gst your ir.'s fiocr, BEATON'S to life Eaton's remain open until 9 p.m. every shopping day before Christmas with the exception of Saturday, December 16th and Saturday, December 23rd when Eaton's dose af the usual hour of p.m. to enable our staff fo enjoy the festive season season with their family and friends. Buy line 328-881T. SUPER CHRISTMAS BUYS AT SUPER GIFT PRICES p 1 i-te Fcr w somecrie elye'i. Thli G'ecrT-.fnJ cowl with Cl lighte ing a (all, red csnc'le j 9.99 ont 1 fA i-- l: Charm bracelet 5 i e r I i n g illver c'o'jbl p-llrik encrrn brccelet with rr.fein one sricp tlos- ir.g. A grecl ior I fcl Oi At i Child's bckel 9.99 Nest gold oval locket ycyr little cfrl will lovel gofd engravt-d coe-sri't open. long. With chcin. Sis cultured sur- clrcle pin set by en ovcl six cultures peorli. g-rl r.d cf slerlir.o tllver cr clid- (liiei. Gift boxei. G.n Flahvare service 12.99 I .'or th Sard stslr.' Gifl digircl clocV: cri. A rec'iy lo-v c'essert sclcd wecr ci- betlt-r !3 o-yx end lieo'f Main at EATON'S to life BUY LINE 328-8811. Shop Eaton's Thursday and Friday 'Ti! 9. Use Your Come True Card.