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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Low tonighl 15; high Sunday 30-35 THe LetUbndge Herald RIGHT ON TARGET FOR 1975 VOL. LXV Xn. G LKTHBKIIXJE, ALBKJiTA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1972 PI'.JCE NOT OVEH 10 CENTS FOUR SECTIONS 58 PAGES Double talk confuses truce moves Bv CRAIG IJ.. ViHITNKV Nfw York Times nalis'-j'j dicVjm that arf; no facts in r.am-'' Seldom hc-i that bc-en than in the of coti'usiorj ar.j reruns about peace talks in Paris arid tb'; So'jtji Vietnamese gov- ernment's attitude toward them One reason for the t.: 'hat President Nguyen Van Thiej is a o! ambiguity. In all hi" p-jblic and riches to the Vietnamese in the f.'.o ha.1? rnsd? nothing the r.eacc- accord is. v.hat his objections to i'. are. or whether he v.-o-jM go along 'Aith, or vysivi that Henry Kis-ringer and the North- might reach in Pan-." Consequently, every listener has his O'ATI impression of v.hat going or Triose peace think Thdeu is tcilLcg that an accord is near that he may have to s-j along with it. Those fear i teiling them be never to v.hbtever ras'ilnzer coe-. and try to clarify it. Sorr.etirr.es they do so at the ex- pense of accuracy. Tldeu hedges the confusion by answering direct Ke does not ?lve nevrs conferences or is free from or questioning. his are rr.ace in private, ti groups of v.h-j are perhaps just No tax hikes for Alberians EDMONTON fCP) The next Alberta budget not in- clude any general Ux Lv creases, Premier Peter Lough- eed said Friday. One or two small levies might be adjusted! but persona J in- come taxes vouJd not rise. Mr. Lough et-d said in on in- terview that the government's approach is to control us ex penditures rather than increase The goal of budget cuts -jould be Vj reduce the rate of gov- ernment spending increases to the same percentage as the in- crease in gross prfjvir.cial pro- duct, instead of having It trx7.it three per cent faster as in the last years. The gixrvrtb of the province's close enrrjgrj to government pecta'J w ths t n o a item pt shouM be made to influence the rtte. 'FRENCH CONNECTION' CASE DRUGS STOLEN pm-ib-le for a reporter :o knv.v much is ?.'2rjy of his are rr.ade in private, to fied, is lo to answer cj-rd prefers not to in s press con- fererice." icid his Iran Van Lam, in t7ro hnoses of the VietMrnevt i-iiembiv. Jn c_-: :om f a.srJ', n. h'- v ei v ed h; v.v: ar o -r! i the central of the At ore said, ''after forcing us ti> sign thii snd si'.er pohtlci; in mater of time.'1 north; that is the mair. prl.-.i.ple v.e are demanding in he v.viJ3 r-e'.er go that did n-ot or: that, Thien then a to hegin before snd to extend Ir.deflnitely. -Ar.hout "Ve L, a. a, the to during t-'.e I- o'MdaU UrJted to on GINGERBREAD HOUSE City baker Burfcort brings 1he tole CT Ha-sel one! 'o I't'e this li-inch snop Son Chris, 3, can't keep his eyes off the big ccke even though dcd o s-roller horr.e. Mr. Burkart ho so'd a nurriber cf srr.ali gingerbread ricuies bjt plcr.s to donc'e this Icrge one at ChrisN rr.cs to Sifton Hojse, the hcn-.e for destitute chlldrsi, City income ranks 61st of In 3970 had the Gist Iwest'aver- in Seen and heard About town hridi'e had ar. i-verage income erase income tax in the 3970 Lax vear of sjxJ Mtiici-ie 80th, aver- aversse tax" bill age L-tcon-.e Ux r.xj-hhridge'5 O-jebec community of Sep-Ties erage ranked had hishesi averc-.ge income ihsr. LH Their average federal average ?_sd tax bill v.-as WOs. average nc-ome iert average taxable cit'zer-s in tsx Canada. It ranked however. emh income of and r-grx.T ihan Deer. C-O.h. av- tax SS2J. above 'A'hat I hsd expectwi J rirrjbt c EH sn- ti :n ;t at qyite the level it I: rov.." The picivince projec'ttd s de- ficit of S199 million for tn? year but Provincial Treasurer Gor- don Mirieiy sci-i borrov.ir.g should tc-ta! only million. The premier susses ted the next budget rrJght involve a defidt tlAs IOHE as you have a ?iir- pl'jis balancre iri your account and icrsg a.1; your factor, in U3nTis of total cper- iitinH ytrj have a solid financial base. is v-Tdng and not good fiscal inanagemerit to have too much debt. Eut it is equsliy vTo-g ii you are UXIDE to raise mwiey to a high'.vay or bridge for the next 30 New York Times Service YORK fcur more pyunrJs of heroin impound- ed during celebrated case of s cecaoe has stolen frcrn the police department's storage room in It v.1 a t he s such dis- closure from police depart- merit in days. The newly re-f-orted lors means that SI of the ?7 pounds o-rirdnaliy SE evidence in the case has stolen. Po'lte Patricl: V. Muohv. v.'ho had announced s theft of 57 pounds on Thurs- day, said Friday. regret that our problem Is larger than -.vh-at v-'e described O-ir iovestigation v-iU be as deep as neces- The street sale value of all the lost heroin, believed to have been stolen at ieast sev- eral years Ego. v.as The police at more than SiG rnJllion. been held fo Death penalty not justified A home 'I w X 7T (-OOKS Doctray Pollution battle begins a.i j .'iirjfr _, p-jfiL-jg good- ies t'j Com- rnunitv fo-v; suctiorj Rajidy Hclfeld v.r.h a of dJr.- the Exhibition Pavil- i-xi erccc fully caTipos'jre frtenos. Lryirsg to convince Hank Ob- ri pe WT! s c h to chan his name to SrrJlh. UNITED NATION'S f.APf to set out Th'-- United Nations ir-fj a -fjr Kenyg. to lay the ear-ro d f i Eht a 2 air.st as "e zrA 'oday. armed morii-or there late next The contributor far An editorial Koreans need a little help only cays the Barley Kr Korea reached only i'-s A helping handful f'.r iv-o rieec s.'.'; t'.o, a-.'xx-j can tiii'y te av fy v. Olr.iir Irx; USC purpose It bare ca.-.ier to ar.V.hsr C'jp of "G: it. li.'r.rs. However, a different to H'-.ra'A. Mod thrco ftorea. else is xsw; ('i- t'riV.. rcadf.-rs rio to? V.'il! 1 'o a-- tbe-y (fl Cup V, r: Mv.M sr.d Ihey .r in rofxlern limes: tri and 'jr.'.oijrai-f: !K': Korofin in family planning snd cornrrrjnity programs that would rx; and and disease i-j ol barley ior Korea t'e of charity. v.nb rh ov.-n ar.d rr.or.ey in his csn deny EJ: marr.- c'tivj: erdirf there. "j'ou a alive todiy, year, but rrij'jh of tr.o distress Uxjsy is from the jre of Urge on srr.all so pop'j- is controiied. there no perrnar-er.t horxs. The- Korean people art ov.-are of the ar.d v.ar.t t'j do ell tr.ey can it. r.nany of th.e '.vorr.'.-n invoivtd r.eed the ?t'! o! food for their families Ufore they can participate irj the available fsmiiy .herrr.ore, rr.arrln of spsre food is so slim or aJtogctbcr thot in ares.s the ti.Tie off from lor.g labor.-, to buiid the thirds for their community trat the r h'e more and more If or.iy they co'jld fryxl v.l.ilc they are thfe-.e otirfCr florea not r early as a.-, it '.'.as a fe years It r.ot a depressed. tr.' p.'irt !o help from Canada the rifn a.- v.c-.i It is a nation or tnr- vert? of But it needs a little more help. It needs at !ta.st uo-and-z-half car- loads of barlev from readers of The Herald. f CLEO J'CBUSHER HOUSTON" fAP) The three rnen of the last. ar.d mcrs-t scientifically productive ApoUo I'inar mission start a 63- horiir iourney horrie today wiih samples asd sightings of colored moon Harrison Schmztt and LriC iai-t msr. tc see the rnc-on close up in this fire Apo'to 17's at 4 M5T and ajt o: 'unar orbit E South Pacific sp'ashoo'A-fi next Tuesday ac. p.m. OTTAWA rCP) Briasing bick the death peaalty in Can- tes cannot be iusr-ned oa trie basis of murder statistics com- piled since bssgisg sus- pended in 1K7 for all homicides those isvolving police- Hieri and prison gusrds, This Is the conclusion oi a report c-ornpjjed for the E-oIit-'-tor-seneral's department by Dr. Ezzat Abdcl Fatrar.. a of >'orjtreal crimino- Th-e rer.ort. released Friday v.v.h ar, background re- i-on said the rise in homicide in Canada the stisperisiorj was sdcp'.ed en a trial basis five years ago has been lower than the in other categories of v'slen: crime. relntroducrJon canr.ct b5 j'.istified on the arjru- thst it is a more effective than the al'.emcuve of pro- r-ted DEC. 23 The tr'ial pericc ends restoring the oM Criminal Code section allowed Ihe death penalty for murders of civilians as wel! as policemen and prison guards. The matter to hsvc been re-examined at a fail session of Parliament, government sources indicated, but the tim- ing changed after Liberal lasses Ln the Oct. 30 federal pjec'JojL Nov.. the house Is not scheduled to sit Jan. LAST HANGING IN IW2 Trie lay: hangiiig in Canada wt5 Ln AU si-bsecuon: death have been com- The report makes a detailed of statistics to support conclusion, If the 1967 leglslatio- re- for the in mir- ders shjce. it would be logical to assume that the increase would be rnore-or-less tinij'orra across Canada, the report says. Bat. in fact, the homicide in- creases during the years stud- ied vary from 5.1 per cent in British Columbia to S2.4 per cent in. Albert E. Skrieii qiuts as coach REC-E-'A 'CP Dave Skrien has resigned a; hesd cosc'n of Freshen, sen- ers! maiisEtr of tte Frxitbell Conference Ciub, ar.- nounced Kissinger paints bleak picture WASHINGTON issue was settled, a ne-s1 issue Her.r.' tCiErir.eer. E was raised." He repeatedly sc- bleaV: picture cc' the cused Harjo! abarjdomrig said Hanoi already negotiated. Restful for Truman KANSAS CUT fA? Doc- tors stterj-Jins said today the former ck-rr's kicr.ey function "still is hut A for presi- dent remained and his sigris were not yet reacht-i an agreement that the president and Eut Nixc-n's assist- Vi'Sjr "'Vno'ly are one decision a'R'sy one He indicatPd that d eci on i" Y C'i v es ir.t e superi'liicn of hoped- House: completed. I expect that one a fr0j71 Diefi' Smallwood home searched ST. JOHN'S. Xfid. RCMP of former preri'Jer JoKvh Small- v. a.vj a deputy tr who undc-' him Friday as par. a Lv.ei- Tne RCM .sa i i they had jvrarchcd I he pe r. a pa rt rr.er-.t of 0. L. Vardy. formtr deputy rrjinisic-r of economic de- veloprr.crit. on orders from the The said provincial justice offpanmorjt. tv.-o J.L't poiicc- vo'jl'i not 1'i.rr..- procc-dure b> they had Mr. "rr-i; had Trie ys r, has kerned th-e raids ere of an in- ves-tisancn that began last Lnves- acquired timber rights ir. Labrador for and laitr th-err. ;o Javfeli- Ltd. for J4 by tne I-i'-eral of Mr Smsil'A-ood, v.-as ori rlna t: y urxier ticiri by Canadian Javelin. In a te'.ephor.e from Mr.