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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE U1HBRIOGE HERALD Tuesday, December 19. 1972 News in brief Household total rises OTTAWA (CP) The num- people living in each dropped to her of hcu.v.-ho.'i.i ;ri the country 31 from 3.4 p-eople in Itt. irx.nz.-iA o: the more than million Csr.i'Ja'YiH o: (hem-had mirrie-ii coup' poned Monday. their heads. But the number In information frc-m ci households with divorced the census its', year, ;ne In tici -'-'A of than doubled in even- province -.h'3 crease of 170.3 per cert rp president resigns VO' r r I AP- -c I f A. Tie inr.ouncemer.t foiio- r c Qo Boyle's J a c e'.ecton e d d th victor- for Ar- e j d Mi ccndlda'.e p _s rer of the ur-or F: carae as e jr here. Lfilonde, appoints assistant rTT.-.'pVA 'I? Hu'.v- Lalorxie. 'Aho announced E.-d. is car.- the Monday. also Oc: "u .r. C-> :.e has epf-nnted Caixe a manae-c-ment heori O'.r-iul'.ant; Ann Jaraieion. a de- Taxes to hold spotlight when commons resumes OTTAWA (CP) Taxes, a corne lax field because of ''lev or by a parent or relative sup- sons" his government learner! porting such a student. in the election, v.h'.-a voters cut j One other change, providing a the Lilx-rai majority to one ol i maximum reduction of JKJ (or Ihe minority poiilion.1 any taxpayer, comes into effect in parliamentary hibtory. in 1573 wA remits from revised prime issue in the Octotxjr Fed- eral election, are certain to be in the spotlight early when the Trudeau government meets the D o s t-election Commons In January. Changes due to be put Into :hc tax system In 1J73 were out- lined last May 3 in Finance Minister John Turner's budget and the government na-s said Lhat basically it is sticking by these. But Prime Minister Trudeau has left the door open to pos- ible changes in the personal in- STATUE RESTORED The hecJ of Madonna of appears com- pletely restored. Af right, a life-size picture of Irve head eye and ncse damaged. Pholoa rap hers were oi lowed rc-dcy to take pictures of the statue for the first lime resiorciion ccmpieiec. The itatue vvos hammered by a man la St. Peter'i basilica Mcy 23. (AP Wirephoto) UN ends 3-month session UNITED NATIONS (CP) Tne 27ih session of the General Commons bills to implement tax lav.' applying for tne the budget measures died on first time in vm after paaage the orde'r paper when I'arlia- iate year. ment '.'.a SO vote. Those- bills or modified replacement; '.vill have to re- introdijcefi soon alter the House resumes Jan. 4. Tne main ones cover changes in the income tax. ei-.ciie tax and customs tariff Uv.i. Chief changes in !h budget. v.e.-e for corp'jratior.-. ;r, moves that Mr. Turner pro- posed to boost production s.-id thereby generate more jobs. Tne May budget called for re- duction to 40 from Q per cert in the maximum federal income tax rate applicable to manufac- turing and processing earned in Canada. A fas', tv.o- year cost v-rite-off v. as included for machinery and bought after May S for use in manufacturing or Tbo i'j72 chiinyfj: is a re-due- in rate chared for the frr-.t 'A personal taxable Tho rate is J7 per cent in this bracket in 3272 but drops to !.v cont in 1J73. 12 per cent in 1574, rJr.e per in 1975 s.v] six cent in ]W3. BoyorKJ that bracket, jx-r- Cf.-n s ?e r s rnoun t as Ux- increases until rc'icr: -S7 certt. ihr; for ct taxable income aod up. .Assembly ends today v.ith only a mild resolution to show for its L-fforts to curb international ter- rorism although the problem mare charges MONTREAL 'CPj Jacqufes last of a charge of ki'Jnap-ping Pierre On'v minor charges v.ere sc-'. arraigMd Monday on tv.o more cnmjnal cnarges. Rose. K. -VLS dv-ith for the personal income field. deduction accessor.' after a mild resolution to "show for it's i and o'.er, for taxpayers efforts to curb international ter- connned to Ud or a mil for the blind v.ts raneo ress offLcc-r: arid Coal port ISSUC GimiW expanded BciTTetL DCLVIS mOUIltS -c ar.d to monitor electronic i surveillance equipment at air- Si-I] (CPj __ Premier; The premier also said Etete- alternate rail ro-Jte to B.C. ports angered by the made by Mr, Davis in for prairie grain, efforts of f-.derai a Istter-to-the-editor published in the letter, commenting on I dominated the assembly since it opened three months ago. j Over-all, the assembly's ac- I complishments were modest I ones in the area.? of environ- ment. sea law and education, j The voted ded- siveiy Monday in favor of a res- olution sponsored by Arab and African members which calls or.ly for study of terrorism and its "causes without any aceom- j suggestion for concrete fact in ijsis'.ing three men v.hen they v.ere sough: by po- lice ar.d v.ib.h '.he forcible con- of the former lahor mir.ir.er v.ho v.-as fo-jnd s'j-angie'i Oct. 17, I'M. some educi- witVyjt trial on a tional or training mstitu'.es. It charge of n-'irder in Mr. Lap- can be claimed by the student ortt's Sl.Wj from A nev; deouct-o-rj o month v.as introduced GENERAL Murder Irird delaved MONTREAL 'Cp, Tr.e r.ection "hr. the iiept. i M rich claimed the (io'.'.TitO'J-Ti B..PI ii.r'-i C-ib v.as Mor.iliy 'uritii Jar.uary. j DpMlllS By THE CANADIAN PRKSS anheia. Vi. head c: the teriar. Church arrested in .lire on cr.irse; of subversion arrj found harsins from a sttached to'the. Justice Jacques Ducros of Quebec Superior Cjyjrt said he to wait for a psy- -.r.ia'nc report on Eccle' before the which i is to htsin Mcr.Qay. est provinces in violent class SUNSET iei'.ir2 o: cea In of TV.- H. the First v.'orM serr.cerr.errs organization. lied for effective measures to halt "ail for trie port, Uien stated but rare rebuffed by has own personal opposition to Afro-Arab bloc. I Tne vote on thie non-alipied Mr. Barrett accused the min- Mondav nieht jister of playing "cheap polit- ,0 ,1 vith'17'abstention. Arab i tics' on aid said v.-ou.d never teix to .Jr. [Ja-.i.-. as a tri'jmpri over Medir-ine again, wj; us tne rr.o-.ei or. Edmor.Vjr. preser.ce o: terrorism, while Western ob- Grar.de Prairie The premier caller Mr. Davis ververs said it doomed tny Binff grata'1 in any hopes for action for at least 'Jatlor.s affecting E C. an: ano-h'-r vear. Victor's- and road report SURN1SE WEDNESDAY Armsterdarn ......35 Jf 41 Christmas Week Toy Specials! BUNK BEDS iCa-cdlcr.) SAtE W URGE WOODEN DOLL CRIB Reg. 5.75 SAIE PLAY PLAX BUILDING TOY RINGS OCTAGONS SQUARES Rtg. R-g. S4 Sate S3 Salt 3.50 2.50 ANIMAL GLOVE PUPPETS Q.75 Seg. 3.20...............SAtE MARBLE RUN SU SAIE I I TOYCASTLE DESIGNS 1279 3rd Ave. S. Phone 323-6727 for free Color Catalogue cf Toyi rovir.ct i.-i tr.1: .-.impiy West. er; reported incidents mur- of arxi of micide 1 Nfr. Davis' in recent letter to the Van-; y" tais coming up later v-.ee> EC. Ot- a on an al'jemate route to] Grants made Regina Winnipeg Toronto three fare pTOvUicei have the 1 from erirr.e rate in Cariaria ar. John's Hotel lire victims identified fo'iviiar.d has the lowest mar- 'is- report prefers P.nfUh CV i." on a .va'o for murder, for ar-'i first for Health ar.d Velfare Marc Lalor.de Mr. DavU. in his ieUer. corn- ar.nour.ced todiy tr.e firs', i? Ottawa mer.Ls fr, a Sur, on trie grants under the federal gov Montreal Srjaraish issue. He .'.fr. err.ment's Honzori-S Barrett is "all for'1 the coal gram for retired citizens. ______ port at then staue; Tr.e grants total KZt.Vfi ar.d his ovn perrsOTial opposition to ''-ill irr.'oive more than iO Frederi' it. people, he sriirl. They range in Chicago Barrett vehement'-.' ce- size from tJI.t to ard av- y tr.--; dnhioin r. i on t r. ft f.cslft for FiLMO.'rro-; A -is-, ori a rrjik pr.ce increase; po wjfht by dairies in before the end of r.hsir.-r.ar: of provincial A message to at! our Customers and Friends: We've hod a marvelous fail season f'nanks to you and os the piles up on the curbs, are remind- ed that it is time to offer our Christmas of extended hours. However, just like "Holiday moderation is tho best course for all. This be staying open, today through Friday from o.m. to p.rn. On Saturday, December 23rd, close at so that our working rnorm and dads rn o y have some "ho ho ho" time their friends and farr-'ties. I'not you will agree employees are im- portant people, too. So thank you one and all for your valued patronage, end the Best cf Seasons Wishes, to each and every one of you. JIM SPOULOS, President LETHBRIDGE DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION Tr.e price i.T. being V !j ar.d Ixi'r.bn'ige. Medicine y footinj after Rrit- Ks: ar.d ha-, e rot >J i corr.es to for a c jj tSind v-ren ihfi price, ij rve ore rent s f for S! V IK.'.'. cer.'.- for a haif ar.d ren''. for the J s. i ori pro- price increase were held The Store when ladiet ihop for men! Given life sentence WTER I RUOOED VERSATItE Grinder. The machine hay, residrje. GRINDERS -.crlbii o Tub nol grind yeor I'-'-" qrai-i, ct-rn, iVitll nelly A demoJiilra'lon can be on your farm GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUnS HIGHWAY PHONE 328-1 Ml OFFICIAL AS .A.M. TODAY COURTESY Of A .MA or ape A DRESS SHIRT the c.' yo-r Itil j 2 All Hjtes borage dijtrict rJry. Highway Ksr..'f-.l6.-.- f rj-lj lirglj r.f'JjOol favor of viol'i'ce to A NEW TIE attir.keO, v.a.s i! ytirs coric-jne .'or fir.'l five yuars MEK'S WEAR 314 7th SI. S. Phone 327-3232 Open TKurf Fri, 9 p m. J PORTS 0? 'Ope: S Caiv.sj 'J :r, to R.C. i a rn. to f, ft s :t. n aA Coutti lJ'.-; 9 a :n, to F, B.C., il ;h'.: clo-M. ;