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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IETHBRIDGC HIRALO Tutsdoy, Dwtmbtf 1972 News in brief t 4. million i Household total rises OTTAWA (CP) The nun- people living in each dropped to ber of households in the country 3.4 people in 1966. increased considerably between j Most or- more 1S66 and 1971. fau: the number of eacjn miuion housenolds droppecrsiaiisiic? Canada re- of them-had married couples ported Monday. as Lheir heads. But the number In information gleaned from cf households divorced the census last year, the statis- j 112.665 in niore tics bureau the number of than doubled in every province households rose 16.5 per cent to for an average national _ in- j 6.041.300 in ihe five-year period, i crease of 179.8 per cent since But the average cumber of i 1S56. VMWA president resigns NEW YORK V (Toiryj Boyle announced resignation iate Monday after 10 vears as Dresident of tire in- deadest United Mine Workers :ISK with victory tor Ar- A.' The announceine his by three days Boyle's defeat in j a government-ordered election i of America. euect. that he v-iil net contest the re- sults of a special election that ousted, him. nold Miller, insurgent candidate for president of the 200.000- neraber union. It came as the union's board met here. i f Lalonde appoints assistant OTTAWA :C. Bruce How- cidate Oct. 20 in the British Co- Boundary, has been appointed assisiar: :o Eealrh Minister March Lalccce. Mr. Howard won in tbe riding as a Liberal in 1552. Mr. Lalon-oe. wb the appointment Monday, also j said be has appointed Claudei Morin. a Montreal management: consults; Ann Jsrr-iesos, a ce-j -irtmertal press oScer: and' Mary Mclaughlin, a CTV editor and director, as special assi, STATUE RESTORED The cf Madonna cf Michelangelo's Pieta' cppecrj com- pletely restored. At rig'rtf, o life-size picture of heod with eye and nose damaged. Fhotocrcphers were allowed fcdcy to take pictures cf the for the first time cfrer restoration work completed. The sictue was hammered by a man in St. Peter's basilica May 21. (AP Wirephotc) Taxes to hold spotlight when commons resumes OTTAWA (CP) Taxes, a prime issue in the October eral election, are certain to be in the spotlight early when the Trudeau government meets the p o s t-election Commons in January. Changes due to be put into the tax system in 1973 were out- lined last May 8 in Finance Minister John Turner's budget and the government has said that basically it is sticking by these. But Prime Minister Trudeau has left the door open to pos- sible changes in the personal itor port j 5l2i.- JT Guard service expanded Barrett, Davis feud mounts ends 3-month session UNITED NATIONS (CP) Toe 27th session of the General Assembly ends today with only a mild _ efforts Irorism although the problem j dominated the assembly since it j opeoed three months ago. j Over-all, the assembly's ac- complishmeEts were modest ones in the areas of environ- come tax field because of "les-) or by a parent or relative SBJV sons" his government learned I porting such a student. in the election, when voters cut j One other change, providing a the Liberal majority to one of j maximum reduction of for the tightest minority positions j any taxpayer, comes into effect in parliamentary history. i in 1973 and results from revised Commons bills to implement; income tax larapplying for the tbe budget measures died on first time in 1372 after passage V i fVlft tbe order paper Parha-! the previous year. Toe 1373 change is a reduc- merit was dissolved for the Oct. iiK 30 vote. Those bills or modified I tion in the rate cnarged for the replacements vdll have to be re- j "rst a personal taxable in- troduced soon after the House i cone. Hie per cent in Jan 4. i tms bracket in 1972 but drops to resumes Jan. 4. The main ones cover changes i: i 15 per cent in 1973. 12 per cent in the income tax, excise taz i in 1574, nine per cent in 1975 and ciMotns tariff laws. Chief tax i six per cent in 1S76. Beyond that bracket, centage rates Toe May budget called for re- duction to 40 from 49 per cent in the federal income tax rate applicable to manufac- turing and processing profits earned in Canada. A fast tvro- year cost write-off vras included for machinery and equipment bought after May 2 for use in manufacturing or processing. Only minor changes set for tbe personal income taz field. The special deduction for t: jyjnrp "lUTK 3IO.NTREAL Jacques Kose. acquitted last vreek of a charge of Mdbapping Pierre Laporte. vras arraigned Monday rrT! TTisi UU t A v HJcu Ease. 25, charge being an accessory after the fact in assisting three men they ere sought by iice and v.ith the forcible con- from i Sreslect cf tbe former Quebec A ne-z- deduction of a labor "ho raocth introduced for sru- strangied Oct. 17, 1570. dents in fun-time attendance at i He already being some post-secondary educa.- tioca! or training institutes. It bail pending trial on a iarge of murder in Mr. Lap- offeree kerton's Inc., tbe world's most: famous detective agency, an-; ex- pancing its guard sendee to join battle against skyjackers. A coir.pany spokesman said b-e. Murder trial delayed sively Monday in favor of a res- olution sponsored by Arab and African members which calls GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES PRESENTS ITWE MONTREAL (CP) ncn-caiHia! murcsr tris! Giles Scclss i section with the Sect, i The Mr. Justice Jacques Ducros 'f 24- of Quebec S'jperior Court said j he u-anted to vait for a psy-! chiatric recort on Eccles before which claimed 37 lives at the coroajra Blue BL-d Club was proceeamg tse tnal delayed Monday intil January, i was to begin Monday. West provinces in violent class OTTAWA Western i really does appear to oe dians vho to avoid tbs -riM place to Sve as asters about .development of an jilr. said Mr. Barrett for to halt "aH for" the port, then stated tevmsm but were rebuffed by his own personal opposition to jif-o.Arab bloc. 1 The vote on tbe aoo-aligBed Mr. Barrett accused the am-1 reSoluiiKi Monday was 75 ister of playing "cheap poht-.to 35 with 17 abstendons. Arab ncs" on tie issue and said be spokesmer. hailed would never talk to Mr. octcome as a triumph wer privately again, fact only in tse iit-mfcrmed moves on presence of reporters. terrorisjn, while ?Testem ob- Trie premier caller Mr. Davis servers said it doomed gny "persona 200 grata'' in any! hopes for UN action for at least Weather and road report s TT] SURNXSE WEDNESDAY SUNSET Lethbridge ___ Pincher Creek Mecicins Hat Edmonton Grande Prairie Banff........ L Pre. Tokvo So 23 18 12 33 54 45 43 negocations affecting B.C. and said Davis1 staterrients in ijjie recent letter to the Van-j i victona Bv THE CANADIAN PRESS s his cell in Mozaa- lr 52 9 22 0 21 30 38 46 -5 FORECAST: Letfcbridge-Medirine Hat A few clouds today and Wed- nesday. V'lsds southwest 29 gristing to 44 occasional grm to 66 near the foothills. Highs berth dsys Lows SO-33, CaJgar-.- A few ckwds to- day and Wednesday, "Winds be- ccTnirg 15 gusting to 30 this rn-scnin.g. Highs boh days near 25. Lows near Colnmfaia-Kooteoay and Wednesday; Cloudy with showers. Highs da7's around 40. Lows tonigni near Christmas Week Toy Specials! i-25 1.75 BUNK BEDS Xeg. 2-75 SALi LARGE WOODEN DOLL CRIB Reg. 5.75 PLAY PLAX BUILDING TOY RINGS OCTAGONS SQUASfS g. Reg. S4 S3 3.50 ANIMAL GLOVE PUPPETS Reg. 3.20............................SAIE MARBLE RUN 2.50 TOYCASTLE DESIGNS 1279 3rd Ave. S. For free Color Catalogue of Toyi 27 23 31 21 3 MONTANA East of OatineEtal sncTrs over tbe s today. tocigbt an-d ML i prov-ce in sever mlaa years 1562-1570 asd cf sacsde on the! grants uscer tbe federal gov-! ijoctreal i simply West. i between 1561-1363. _ Souainssh issiie Ee savs Mr. i ernnent's New Horizons pro- i st. John's i wcat's mere, the other three! GeseraEy speacag. tec gram for retired citizens. I Halifax Westetc provinces dco't fare; lactic pronncas hare tbe lowest; grants total and Oariocietowa I much better. A3 in all from i cringe rate in Canada and. tee., opposition to i more than 10.000 I Frederick I Maaitoba the West; rates iacrease as you move people, be said. Tbey range Li I Chicago..........56 34 vvedsesday. Gusty triads akcg i----------------------------------------i westward. For instance, Nev-1 Barrett de- i size from to S2SrOOO and av-! York......35 S5 the esst slopes of fie Hocides. (rovinces and Miami .72 72 .01. Highs both cays 4Gs aiid low Teritories are; Los SO ;4 50s ezcept 30s northeast today. Las Vegas....... 57 34 tcaisht 20 to 35. tbe granta f Phoeniz........71 42 of Contmental Di-rtite j British Colombia tbe highest, j ecologicailv safe to establish, i "xiB. be used for activities rang-! Koeohalii.........74 65 Occasional rsb in valleys. J Even taking into account pop-1 a Tae jng aijd orchestras i Rome...........52 37 Snow higher ascaatesGs today iuk-tkn differences, British Co-; rwromrtt a i to'dav-care and socfal Paria...........43 26 ..land Wednesday. Highs Ixch _ _ _ f Hotel tire victims identified i MJSSOULA, Mon I Ail but two elderly JESS, one it csrces to i reportesily the sec a a lamcus; croo to secosd tarnH5f--the-cen.tar7 -sre: the ten provisoes. Quebec is the j for Monday following province in Trhfch you are most, oc a for murder, first forl and assaults, first for j on mHk au I the Prejss Hotel. "We're quite si 1 Ken are i "They seen {by neighbors after i started.'7 ruTrpiiig fire that ce- nicely to be robbei c-ki hotel.; You should avoi to be made shortly avoid Alberta EDMONTON CCP) A de-j PubUe hearisgi on tbe pro- A message to all our Customers and Friends: We've had a marvelous fall season fhanks to you and now, as the snow piles up on the curbs, are remind- ed that it Is time to offer our Christmas courtesy of extended hours. However, just like "Holiday moderation is the best course for oil. This week, will be staying open, today through Friday from a.m. to p.m. On Saturday, December 23rd, will close ct so that our working moms and dads may have some "ho ho ho" time with their friends and families. know fhat you will agree employees ore pretty im- portant people, too. X So thank you one and all for your valued patronage, and the Best cf Seasons Wishes to each and every one of you. JIM SPOULOS, President LETHBRIDGE DOWNTOWN MERCHANTS' ASSOCIATION r- Medicine iart size. TVo-per-cent j y rsilk is 29 cents 57 8ryJ 25. a aal [lit rasks eight on tbe scale for In SaskatcheTraa you most Hkefy to avoid vAng the victim, of a robbery. This i i prairie prcvicce rasiks j on tbe natiocai scale for rob- j llberies. Other ratings for Manitoba: t i SecwxJ on the suicide scsJe, j third OR the rape scale, j fourth on the robbery scsic. j [fish hijjh school boys favor violence 1 BELFAST (AP) More than all school boys Li Northern Ireland approve of. the I use of violence to achieve politi- cal says a report pub- jlished by the province's Com- i munity Relations Commission. A slavey made by the Given life sentence for rape CALGARY (CP) Robert G-sorgs Lesch, 20, formerly K STjrioury. Or-t., was sentenced to life after he corivicted in Ai- r-trta Supreme Court of rape. Justice H. J. Mac-Donald r- co cleftvency and no reduction in eech, arrested Aug. 3 ofter a TUB GRINDERS ond mixing and grain w'mu- on elusive. cf VMSATIU dexnbw o Tufa thot wiii grind your hoy, boles, crop yre'i-.i, cob tern, corn end high equcily A demonstration can arranged on your farm GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 321-1141 f 5. couple forced at gunpoint to drive outside the city the was released and woman attaclced, was also sen- tenced to 14 years concurrent i for buggery and five years on! two counts of forcible seizure.; commission of 555 Protestant' He found not guilty on 314 7th St. S. Phone 327-2332 Thurt and Fri Til p.m. 11 boys and 977 Catholics, i two of robhcry AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA AH major higheays in the; has occasional sUppery Lethbridge district are bare ticns. 3 west to the B.C.; per highways have ateo been border and east to Lake plowed and sarKied and has w in good wiatcsr driving con- some slippery sections, ditiors. MfAorista are again Highway 2 north w bare ed that the Yelkwhead HJgh- dry with slipper; sec- i way 3 rrJlfis vest of Jasper S tions north of Clareshoijn. be closed today from ifl a.m. I Highway i, Trans to 4 p.m. S Highway, froir Calgary to Banff I tires or properly fitted 91 is in good winter driving con-; chains are marxJatory in a3J na- S cition. Banff to Revelstoke ha-s parks ar.d oa ski access been plowed sanded ar.d j roads. PORTS OP ENTRY (Opeaing and Closing Coutts 24 hours; Carway a.m. to 6 p.m.; Dei 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; J5 i Ftooseville, B.C. a.m. to 6 p.m.; Kiflgsgate, B.C.; 24 hours; Rykerts 8 a.m to midnight; closed; j Wildiwrse, S a.m. to 5 p.ir.. ;