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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID December 1971 OTTAWA t1 Prime Mm ittr Trudeau jumpid on the nnstMTativiS uilii they hern obstrwtiiig the1 tax bill dihiile without eviT tikijiy i real mid on the hill i his first during Commons dtlKHr since called the in grcditnIs of he Conservative tax policv blasts Tories obstruction kM of the government itself sold oil to liriiHiiN liy aHliKn interest affluent interest groups on the Maiinid with Hie i lax mm some mailin The prime minister said pressure liicn cooked intijn Conservative complaint lur two hours in Ih heal of the bill is that they had not had enough time to study In a strongly partisan Trudeau said the Conserva staml on Ihe stand has been that I Tnideau said that ill least Ihp Xew DiMiiuiratic Party had that not study the bill during the summer was an admission of their own Copies nf the bill had been distributed lo all MPs and the opposition research staffs July STRAYED FROM TOPIC The Commons debate itself had gone on for 49 During that time Conservative mem bers had often wandered aim lessly on other The Tru deau had shown the ess ence of fiscal irresponsibility by saying they were in favor of cutting taxes for some peonle but they were opposed to in creasing them for Despite all the he the bill was filled with growth in The national debate on tax change had been going on since 19B2 when the Diefenbaker gov ernment had appointed a royal commission on Tho only thing in Canada that has dragged on as slowly in recent years is Ihe heavy water plant started by the leader of the Opposition when he was pre mier of Nova The Glace Bay heavy water plant is considered a political rmbarassment as it never has come into operation becaus technical despite expenditure of millions of do Jars since it was THIS WONT HURT George of the Montreal Childrens takes a blood sample from the arm of Marian an organizer of a project to de lect the disas3 which occurs almost exclusively among Jews of Eastern European 1 30DAY Canada can expec above normal temperatures and precipitation in the next month according to the 30day forecast of the United States Weather Western Canada can expect below normal temperatures coupled moderate precipitation while the east can expect below normal temperatures and moderate nee on weapon usea Five in running for Tliants job UNITED NATIONS API representatives for tho The UN Security Council sclreclMiddle uled a closed nieeliiiR this alterInformants said the discussion noon to try to cheese a new and volinR would not be limited to succeed U lo the They expected that llmm Dec 11 one or another council member c wirccs said the UN fue of dm j nominees j Ma Finlands dele gate lii the United Nations Kurt Austrias ITN ambassador Felipe Herrera of former president of the InterAmerican Bank Prince Sadruddin Aga UN high commissioner for refugees and Gunnar the Swedish ambassador to Moscow and UN RCMP arrest dangerous criminal Carlos Ortiz de former foreign minister Gabriel Valdes of who is director of the UN Development Progrems Latin American bu reau and perhaps Ram phal of These sources said there might be votes also for two an nounced candidates who did not make the Big Fives list Shir Icy Ceylons UN and Ethiopias minis ter of Endal kachew FORT CP RC1IP have arrested a man believed to be Timothy who has listed among the RCMPs 10 me t wanted men since last Au A local resident identified a mnn who had been employed at a local business since Septem ber as The resident had seen ORourkes picture on a bulletin board in the RCMP Fads icnnled in resignation of principal fCPl The Stu dents Union Association at the been Jnnisfail High School has ac cused the Red Deer County School Board of hiding facts behind the announced resigna tion of principal Jce Jim II o u students SJm slaying at tr An RfMP spokesman said po ice are waiting for a finger j print identification from Van I I ORourkc is wanted in connec tion with armed for gery and uttering and car theft EDMONTON iTPi Two oratory said the serial number r Earlier evidence was that the aents with school strike CALGARY CP High school students in are unhappy with a teachers strike in the Bow Valley School Authorities As The among who have been out of class rooms in seven districts since the strike began have published a news 300 SUNGLASSES to choose from AVAILABLE IN YOUR RX paper called the Flinky Trib Included in the paper are several classified ads outlin ing the students Lost n e If found please return to stu dents of Bow Valley school For sale1 One slightly complete with Teachers not in If you think this paper Is wait unlit you see the exam The 613 striking teachers cover the counties of Wheat land and Mountain the school districts of Drumheller Valley and Three and local boards in Can more and UNFAIR TO STANFIELD Robert McCleave Hali faxEast Hants said it was un fair to blame the heavy water situation on Liberals such as Treasury Board President Privy Council President Allan and Gerald now premier of Nova had been the first to adorn j themselves with halos and lau rels when an agreement was signed this fall to put federal A lilll bullets recovered from tha j on the Smith and j ffjiger and palm prints of Latta body of Cob Ncvilo could Wesson revolver had been were found on a newspaper have been and probably were j Iterated but after tracing the rnd a map sejzed by police fired from a olver found in butt he found from the locker where the cart the North Saskatchewan River Corpora Dickinson was j seven days aficr the travel j fying st the noncapital murder agent was shot to an I trial of Keith Elgie RCMP corporal said in Alberta of The Queens Supreme Court University law professor was j and The arrested man appeared in vice sid Thursday the union wants tho board to explain what Stein had done He said the only explanation pivcn was that tle principal had over spent on the Board chairman Blakcly said the board is not hiding said in an interview the board passed a unanimous mo not Corporal John Dickinson one week after the the RCMP crime detection labJuno 13 shooting of on Edmonton travel agent and ion 20 that Stein ten der his She said Stein did court Thursday charged with follow office procedures in or pcsession of stolen I dering and purchasing equip car reported stolen from a car ment with the result he exeeed lease company in He ed his budget by more than ridge cases and other articles was remanded to 1 were Corporal Dickinson said he made tests of powder residue patterns found on the green and white shirt worn by I fimds into the stalled As for the tax he said if didnt matter whether the bill was debated for 50 days or 501 as long as it was dealt with But he he had only dealt with about on1 third of the leaving the problems that would result future HI iT 1 exam arks separate school board He still pat terns in the centre back of tho I shirt were compatible with pat OHM c uuiiiiJdiiuitJ r He said of 18 expended cart fixed from fte d Cllld rOttd TCUOrt ndgo cases found in a city w t f rionat hi frur left er CP The Newfoundlands only morning daily has been bought by a group headed by William former resources it was an nounced Thursday Edsell chased the newspaper said the changeover was effective Bonnell said in a state ment two associated weeklies also were included in the Pinchase price was not dis depot locker by four had i frcm sjx 0 jncn been fired frcm the revolver found in the Seven cases i Patleras fmmd mi the could have been and most prob ably were fired from the re two could have been ard probably were fired from the revolver and the other five EDMONTON CP Schools not cijier identified or p assume a greater roe in eliminated as being fired from J386 fiml froni tcct ammuni Banff i o tion at a range of from three Calgary to two women tes tified they knew of no attempts to blackmail Neville as a shoulder of the shirt were com wllh ammunition fired nlge rom llie at a range of Creek ram 15 24 IIat tenis on the left chest and Edmonton sleeve were ccmpaible with Grande Prairie SUNRISE SATntlUY SUNSET II L Prc 3C 10 I determining the final marks of I Grade 12 the Alberta education department an1 nounced j Effective next departj mental examinations will form the basis for half a students mark in all matriculation sub revolver with the other half being determined by the This now is the practice in all sub jects but chemistry i Cup of Milk fund donors 16 who pur nai marks have i solclv on CHRISTMAS GIFT TRIAL COURSES for ACCORDION GUITAR DRUMS been awarded 5ult of depart mental Endorsing the Edu cation Minister Lou Hyndman said that since learning is an individual it is approp riate that teachers in the schools play a responsibe role in evaluating their individual We supply you with an instrument for Christmas to place under rne LESSONS COMMENCE IN JANUARY Both children and Adult Courtei Give Your Child The Gift of Music 4 WEEK COURSE 6 WEEK COURSE 8 WEEK COURSE Remember we supply the instrument PRUEGGERS ACCORDION COLLEGE Army worms damage paid lo fanners EDMONTON fCP Cheques totalling about 000 are lieing mailed to Alberta fanners whose rape seed crops were damaed by Bertha army worms last sum Joe head of the post control branch of the provincial of said Thursday farmers claims arc based on per that has been treateri with the chemical lannalc to fight the Total cost of treatment ainount Lethbridge S I Lethbrklgo Taker isry Lethbridqe erry and Kelly Picture Buflft Lethbridge Grade Two Class ol the Lomond School I Lethbridge Baby Shauna and Mario Fernle Raffles off Christmas Decorntions Ccaldale Pearl S Lethbridge Woe Julia Taber Frldft Warner Dill and Mildred Raymond Instead oi sendinq Xmas Cards In memory cf David flnd i Semite Gerry and t Plncher Tony Taber j Arnie i snd Petor Kevin and Pincher Creek The Calqary Lethbridpe and Anonymous Lethbridge Nee Lethbridge Lelhbridcje Rrcndn ond Barry Lethbrlrtgo Raymond Tha Picture Butte In of Dad Lloyd and Clara Picture Butlc Dwiqlit and Cfllln Lee Mitchell Myers School m Guide Cranbrook 10 46 jPenliclon 31 Prince George 23 relationships I Vancouver Counsel Stainton Saskaloon had told the court in his open ing statements Monday that result of with their Latta had fold friends on his j arrival in Edmonton in June n 15 2fl 3 3 14 8 9 40 2i If 18 39 34 11 21 14 20 5 18 Las Verras Honolulu London Amsterdam Mosccw Stockholm Tekvo 52 34 he here to help i Q roc j Neville who he was being Ir Ti blackmailed for his Jonn s I ing with Maria Ban and Valerie Lane were asked by Stainton whether they had ever black mailed whether either of them had a grudge against or whether they had known of a blackmail at tempt by anyone Both replied no to each The trial I 3 oo 1 i Frcdericion Chicago New York Los Angeles Calgary To lay A few cloudy in the moun j Lows near Saliir day Mainly A little Highs near Hat Today A few Lows Satur day Mainly Highs 15 Columbia Kootrnay To day Heavy snow in some decreasing lo snow showers by Saturday Mainly A few snow showers in Ihe A little Highs today 20 25 Lows tonight 30 20 Highs Saturday 25 30 500 Soldier charged f I in shooting 1st Chnmph Champion end CMldals Picture Butlc L A To Navy anrf Air Force Lelhbridge Tne Murray Picture Bulte ed tO an acre per Kutas anrl Nielsen A quart erofnmillion mostly in an area around Ed monton from Bonnyville to Pro were Payments of an acre are also being processed for crops in tho CaljraryDnimliollcr arei treat rrl summer to counter a web worm ho These rlicrjues will to Inl abrnif Cheques worth nmre than Robert Del Bonlta and Henry Zak flnri Cnlomiin Plnchor Creek j Don Kim Plncher Crnnforrf Womens Crnnlorrt JoHn CALGARY CP A service station attendant was hit in the chest by a shotgun blast Thurs day less than an hour af ter a man called police threat ening to take a few with A call to a radio station fol Imved with a man saying in half an hoiir There will be a great big Thirty minutes later the at identified only as a was shot anrf taken to hospital in serious con dition from the southwest sec 1000 J tinn nf Following the police FARMER GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Your exclusive AllisCHalmers Dealers tor Lethbridge and Trading Area offcri BEST DEAtS DOWN PAYMENTS TERMS SERVICE Caults Highway Box 1202 Alberta Telephone 3273165 nmre heing sent out by tho Saskatchewan government to farmers in province whose crops were invaded by the army An intensive monitoring pro j pram is planned by both prov j next year lo count moths nnd pive warning against an other army worm Hutt I Gratlfi Fi nellov Cowman Vftlunt Ltthbrldae WIcEai Tort Mnrlood Lethbridge Dupllcfltd ConMj Wflrntf converged on the area and a halflinur rtnvlhmnBh rioun in lour rosirimiial slirpls bare am in good winter condi Highway OFFICIAL AS AT TODAY COUHTKSV OF A MA Highway west from Tinrod ami Ooldon to To niis to lie thin inclies of It fmlorj it i lire firefl sliols which knocked windows from tho suspects Police Willianr who llicy identified as a mem ber of ho Canadian armed arrcslcd and n of iilloniptcd murder was He was to appear in later layer o packed with a possibility of snow HanfHiadium i 7 inclus of Mimv and Banff Inico of Trans Canada plowed and Calgary to 1 tires or nro re inch of occasional slip pery sect Ranff to 2 fi inches of new 1MJUTS OK KNTItY Opening ami Hnsiig Cmilts 21 hours to f IV Honiia to fi 1 to fi M Port hill Hykorts fi to Chief Mountain a to 5 ;