Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
12 THE LE1H3RIDGE HERALD luesduy, December 21, 1971 n in H U Jimm II iffi f purchii.sed Toronto Life and Jt-( nui "It i nstcrs 1 riiun 1 h UTitc a monthly Tppbed f t1 u for the a fi( in U isun tnl made in r 1 moan wiili ris-'lu years nf his two jet to Commons bv foniioi' prime minister Diefcnhaker who V the railways fire pockinc In Ju'v Hoffii ivas replaced closure of stations Tt'amster.s president by creating "a series of ghos' t Vitysimmons. his second in _. T Tlie coniniivMon i.s prj rrtihvav'.' apphr'alimis fni In Icill nvvj-pli." -.-I 3 fire in vc-oulr] hr umviT. K Mr Dirf riiriiitr-r than ntn HIP pilot. Nit Ihr- plant' lo ihc rocunnncn 1 J safely at Tokyo and the of the commission'1; j later' died of a 5rlf J. Pickcrsgill. for (X stab wound in IIN chest. Voshin Liberal transpor) minisfni r Viand of 0 wound, ink! .1 1u- 1% "I frmpjit with !hr man. ._ rontrol handle with i anrj tr> liini 'Strip H Stop thi.s foolish If 1 dead nil the peijple on w will he killed1." said Uif man. IdrnlifiA'] as Masaakf Arai. vrar-old nffirf1 nillplnvee nf nT: Thr bus 1 .MKin. noar ".'-r-r.lilCfl nf a vciman who died of v' _ p hu fni 1 bf m.-iin street nf j A poll t.i r i n n ,T i if 1 x I'nclcrv ynallondcr in a ballet? TVhv not t.hrv are rnnimnni'y mitri nortti i vrsi nf Kdmonion lus been found (ie.id. Terry Kilmk. found J Ujk pKTnhatii- Tororiid Mjiplf in llnnie. dear] nf TjS goalk-nfter IManlr arfi Hr ly fif pinslut ton Srlinlrmm, member nf Hie Ontario legislature for Toronto TliKh Park? Dr. Shulman will in Ihf? first performance of The Nutcracker nt O'Keefe Centre Dec. 2fi and Planlc will per- form a! the Dec. :i matinee. Dr. Shulman and Plante will eaiTi performers' fees of ?2. Vafumi fioldman. presi- dent of the World .Jewish Con- gress. has called on ,1 e w s throughout the world to stop urging their fellows in the Sovi- et Union to leave for Israel. He said it is time Jews become used to living in a world where Western democracies are in the decline, and major powers such as China and the Soviet Union are gaining in world impor- -Six children. si-1? !o 12 years, have been taken to i the Whole Life Found a t i o n i Home. The family ontiinalh from Coppermine, N.W.T. Mrs. Kilfiik died of exposuir while walking from one friend's to another in tempera- i hires 20 degrees below zero and drift-inf! snow. Ron former colum- nist with the Toronto Telegram, i? a of a group that Streetcar is making a comeback TORONTO CP' Sirect- cars, headed for oblivion a few years in Toronto, appear to be making a comeback. With growing environmental concern and a now emphasis on public transit, the Toronto Transit Commission i.s taking another look al the pollniion- free vehicles that can en' through heavy traffic more effectively lhan bust's. "They're hl.ed ail twr; and dotc'Mcd In TTC chairman'Ralph Day said Friday Tin1 com drndcrl T 1 oar.-, nun lo chininatr- .slrcc! bv but last month il bid out. for R [ironrain tn repair fiM nf .191 streetcars And it's ivi.ling a siiggc-stiirn t.hat. 170 now K tree-t- ears be purchased for use on two heavily travelled lines, Mr. hay said. .via Ltd lii-lp rnin mr sion rnt.'inerr.t. AMA opposes fuel tax i I at Edmonton EDMONTON Al- bcrra Motor A.ssociation is pro- j testing a motion before Ed- monton city council that sug- Rest.s municipal transportation i facilities he financed by a four- per-cenl increase in the fuel tax. i Ihe protest is contained in a j letter which will be presented to council Monday. The motion a.sks the provin- i cial government for a fuel tax increase that would provide funds for municipalities on a per capita basis. It estimated that Edmonton would derive SM million annually from the lax, Sound waves used lo drive 's Leather Goats IN S. VJ Y lS.tl.-B.-H. 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