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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta low tonight 10; high Saturday 15 Lethbtidge Herald RIGHT OH TARGET FOR 1975 LKTHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1972 PRICE NOT OVER Vi CE.VJTj TV.O am.es welfare problems on poverty not I i.vjome j n h let j rit r 1 n in I ii tr li 0 t f ;x f tr I irieixU the scale of tied tti Use index A '-veil, "there- might Ix; merit in increasing the scale ol t? appnjxJrna''; fi u sli t v.ilh the E Council of Canada's jxjvtriv lire." A family or individual falls under the poverty lira if in'tr? than 70 cent of is devoted basic nteds of food, clothing and sfevs a guaranteed plan, v.i'h payment. The r eport rttorn rnc-n us o be di-Y u e ri 4- 'J li completely Euppk-rntnt to Ihr: exls'Ing v.Trlfyre aysL'iin rather than a j-opUctnnunt for it. He thtt tte government a j-ncomfc, to firrJiy tvjx- or size, v.-itK an added inctmive to earn GO J ti oail orr, e by kin g a vrllhoui ss'Tifx'ing all of policy on removing from the untrnp'o-yable list who, 'Aith trair.-ing, education aryj may be partiaiiy Prof. Bailxrr 'suggests cwKideratJon te given reports on v.r-lfsre in Ontario and --vrJth V J y or ly unernplo- vj'..} '.vho due to w. education t.'i.rJrr are of '.York in V'l-y hid tO iralrJj.g By TJfE PRESS rAavy U.S. o North Vie'.ncirn eor.'jjuyi v.'ords from AustrtUi and Cubsn At hornc the U.S. merit skrA'jy tr. Alberta may join plan EDMONTON f deraoa- Times Square ours Trj'jrsday forces cut to 83 COTT d r v.ill enter an vvi ih Ottawa on c plan provide tid. The federal" program. cd !ast Otfoter. is c to establish leizal aid or. t try-v.ide. standard :re cf The truck pulling house "T1> t d 1 d n. c; c k L- D f Q r e f r i 6- v t h e rr. i i n g Ks t r. e c r> t r rr, o e f el I off. T h m i 5 h c p a rrile cf the fire! destination. rr.oio JUST ONE MORE WILE TO 52, just :1 of for mere then houri a The being traniported from to up cs it is shown above on or.e of Tr.r; four, ing up to amount for criT.: es to a rj-iMim'jm of for each rodent of mt al tx-J I r1 p.r.a fojr policemen i.vurtdj in the red by the Vietnam Pc.rc.ce Committee and a i'.T. 21 of arxwt 25 per- iemandinz to speai George Bush tiled during a sit-in at .'hy the UN mission, :alla fired off its strong- ever to the United ovf.-r the renewed bomi> Ks-roi ar.d Ksdphong, Tr.e i rom Prime MinLste r Wr.rilarn not made and be in prirr.'- ssid. THEM ALONE' Overseas Trade Minister Cairns, No. 3 man Ln the f told the Er.rJriiTtrati'jn to stop a'- rr :'T; people. he said. ''Tik1? armed forces ira 'or- rriiriitV.'r 0- the- 'or pro'.liionsl :v ernrnen-.. trrjk the pviium Ef'c-r and iha; tr.e I- T'-1 Uniied tho Oct. the Crjited States to the alter hid been reached Henry Kis- .-'err.ing Viet- of the peace Israeli Premier cei-crihed the re- in Vic-tnarn ss )he arid a tragedv." merriiias ready for truce eny receives r lt f Air L r r B r No Herald Christmas Mr. Besy, awarded sm and remie prior io r c.v.or.? 'he an from ihe th-2 forces. r'-_ u rivers; :y of Follovrlrig the v.-ar. hr Syer.i vj off-cia! operJEiS in rjLne years a" Cirelgir ani H o n y. j- and yeirs. h-i waj parish in pj_ p_ fcvj are lor.g- Crestrn. o: t.v; Falher Morelli dc-siar.cd tr.r! The tf several ma- lor ifjr LncludL'jg a Cer-itn- of the Cross Church. rj.il Mtdal in Mr. r.a.s phoytgraph- c o: v; pj c h ha '-'5 ir. Canada, the Uni-.ed S'-at-es srd presldtr.t of Can- Tv: L-, ihvi Homar; ir.? or: and in Ciiiada to 'rdi'.i'j.v: rr.or-i a legion 'i liorcns Day. Appoir.trr.er.u to the orc-ir. are has studied in Tororro, v.hich incluc-i Phi! 1 lor hoh- general vdih Lr.e jx.rlod: Adi y> a! of Dryj. 27. and Father ha.s served as The re- a.m. cf the sLnC'e ex- ihrir narr.es i: ii. f-r during the they arc- officers and "CM.'1 re- Sec'jnd V.'ar he if are members. .7) a.m. ;n Europe the are evrxrct'id to r-> v.-.j r :r. th-'j hCAF'. their mwals In Cornrnuriist lead- fro rn the world, i-iir.g r.t the Soviet Union's anniversary celebrations, iemned the United States to- for the rene-.ved bombing caiied for an end to the In- errier Fide! Castro of e the sharpest stuck. Cas- riid President is try- f; deiay defeat m Metnam bloodshed, bar- otis and oiplo- :ic -.e tone set Tnursday Ln :et party leader Leonid ihne-.''s speech From AP-REVTER RKLFAST (CP) The marj LS of Irish Kepubiican Arrr.y re- ppred ready to offen- operat: cjr_: f ra: d rJ h t tonight until rnidrjght Crri'st- triai night despite a of %-io'erice has r.ine lives in the 43 ho'd.-" Most of dead lies, The- j of arjy k-fjp by Prv.eitant IRA sources Scid the Chr-tt- itjss truce would no' be for- mal ceasefire. Thev tr.e IRA fuljy to firs back if they think ish Army is takicg advantase of the Ivll in conduct sc-arch and arrest operations. the tr- IRA M-ouid hah boinblEss and light Chilian :n T'-'orthern Lreland for 72 a; r. did last Chnst- reports came from Provisional of the IRA, :o drive the British out of !he North and Trelir.d. Tne IRA's Mirvis: '.ring has main- a agreement UK price .t- i EDMONTON fCP) Tne of irLii> Li Alberta will in- forcast hr-t-e to f o ur cent5 a Jan. I. the pub- 1: board Ao in L..S. air attacks From RFL'TEFt-AP fCP'j The U.S. '-.ir.; of Hanoi ar.d Haiphong d or. today without any in- lior of a letup while Har.oi it sbol dov.-n three more B- 'or a toUi! of 15 in five days O'jmrn'j.nist Gen. Xe-jytn Giap broadcast a Arctic front vhich hit Lethbrid ge aboj t 2 a.m. as txpected to Ir. jo'.ver vm- perstures iignt tway and Saturday. Weatherman Ted V.'ilson however, tbire ;von't enough s to ca any pr ohv? TLI arxi lie is ''hopeful of a to air Qiristmsis Day.'1 Tonight's lo'.v is forecast at i 0 d ro es zero wirn high of 15 f chiirrrii n aid the increase the sinte September, v. hor. pric-e of a quart by cent. Mr. -aid rsost of the eo to HO r.onr.cs c-XTjpared with the TJ-.-? was public hear- ir.r; -.eld last Sepiemfcer e'lt-T Al.'-irra IN car s 10.000 maj-k A helping handful Have a merrier share with South Koreans of burk'V ior Korcn com.Ti2r.d reported o: two E-52 ar.d wo fipiter- v.v.h >0 oirrr.r-n miss- rai.-td the lo'l sirice ve bessn Son- .h: lo'jr fighter- iar.o: a American trjree B-525 figri-.c-'i-bon-.bKs at Henderson may Socrcd leadership race It jur.t hr.'t v, roi'ih our ooij. Crr itv y'.r'i our IOIM iite rr.'.-r, tr.e osr -e I'.'.s of K'xx! ti-i- r'.'r-s'r.-f I Jr.'! for! o: fx.al- Ibririk yo'j. Mr. J. TV. Catherine's fv.ivxji, 7 liutte you're ail the otr.er.i. to religion a I'ie.5.te forpi-.e us if ve e-i our readers' and Fiirn Kr.rir.s. V.ar.-.er. ?.r.d 'r.e ftiff of the Cosidaie residents o! try; Goiden Acres Ixxk-e. ar.fi I.-- Huck'.'.ei! of Fort V.v- ir.d tr.'; f'orkks fsrniiv of i Jij'te Well, we've got s lor.s v.iv trj go. Let's ;'jir. v-orricn riren and he :r, ir.d rr.trcy for the Koreir. children. for are children. U'o hclrj In a fev; r-s-.-.iir-: ho over. ir. 0-Vv.sv or archer. i> hv, lor us and 'for f-crr. e U5 yo-jr Lift ir- help us thic csn do it. fT'or list of contributors ?.f p. EDMONTON Ja Henderson. 45. MI.A for tasliiwin Ixrdjc since i and a former neiith says he may become a der for the r.: Alberta social credit rJsrty. The idea is sestat and I'm considering tijo pr pect of he SLiri jn If he decides to enter rare, he "rx.- the candidate for the position ir." by Harr.' Strom. ir ir. Strom'r cabinet be- fore tre par.y'5 dsfea: Ln the K-71 provincial elec- Credit was r.ut on: o: pr.ver. said he ex- r.i-i-is an arinyxnce- a v.-eek or 10 days. "ivirr.t 1'rn asiur.g my- sei: it is too iate to ire: race to be consid- a -itesninrhi! contender.'' A r.ev, leader is to b? chosen at -he pr.rty's annual meeting in Feb. 3-3. Seen and heard About town derailed t'ALIARV 'CPj East and Ho! 1 '-'.-re to be Gi- '..vr V r a Fcr-guson .1 wiA a hand g u -c-ri miinlire rriiies f B.C.. 2 raU- Jtbjer" T -.e'sr F3.id tway. Kt-llv Ifawiiins p. vir.tr :r. :3 o: an 80-csr hy Lio'.v about cf hdM- he a p :hiy. There were Dr. Tmiy and the line was ex- U) the ;