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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 TH LETHDKIDCE Tuesday. February 1, 1972 eiml Fetor Gilgunn, lcjomcry, righl, were Thuy riding 1 ne-gun b u 11 p 1 s. (JliATKMALA (APi -Viol- ence is a well-established way of death here but lans hope that the worst days I of their bloody political uar.s ma> 'Hie elimination of a number of leftist guerrillas bv inc-nl forces is believed to have becu a key factor in ena- bling (iualemalans lo pass the holiday season in an atmos- of uiK'liaracIi'ristic aiujuillily. There also beon a decline in llui activ- ities of right-wing vigilante groups u'hieh once operated outside Ihe law in Ihe pursuit of revolutionary elements. Pi evident Carlos Arana ted n stale of siegn ii1 Dc- j comber after an extended pe- riod in which, it was csli- ir.ated, the daily death toll often exceeded a dozen. (iovernment officials seek a healthy environment lo cany out a five-year ment plan aimed pri- maril> at improving produc- iion and living standards in rural areas. Organixalional spadcworl; for the development plan lias been in Ihc wcrks since before election in March, Experts totli in and out of guvej-nment think the criti- cal (est for feasibility will come this year. wars over Annui has IKTU seeking lo refurbi.-h which, aL least he lock p'jv.er, was broad srj.'nu'iH.s of population. As an annv colnni'l in ISMVIV7, he headed an anli-p.uL'rilla campaign in llu1 eastern of Xiicana. estimates j lo (Ml. Kven some nli Communist (.lualcmalans many (if I'.H1 victims were lhal were K slaiint'liy promising [iovernmonl assist- ance in the construction of a road or a health centre on Ih- eondition Mm community sup- ply free labor. To frequent rc- qi'oU for a marimba or a ball, Arana iavari- ahly pivrs a sleni "no .'-.-nor." KXl'OKT (H'Tl.OOK (JOOI) Ara-ia paid special at- li.is visited of Cualetnala'ii i lenlion (o Xan'apa, his ersl- .'J25 iniinicipalilies, some ac- u-hi 1 c battlef-li'mmd. Onee- only by harsehafk or army I re ops irnv aro mule. Typicallv, Arana ir.i'cls en untied in and lalrino- informaily local k-adcr.s, I building pn'ju'ts. The recent As president, Araiui lias k'.'rined a rc'piilalion ofr com- piLSsion. He i-i Irying If) make nnrc1 responsive lo Ihe needs of Hit- mostly Indians for whom mere .survival is j In a year and n Inlf Araiu centennial ob- served wilb a festival of cul- lural and athletic activities. i pro.specls a re for Guatemala's col Ion and coffee exports. In addi- lion, negotiations arc tfointf on for a nickel m- ItnL in a country where only I hire per cent of work force has completed high j-choul antl more than balf Hie persons who die arc under four years of npt, even Ihc most enlightened leadership under ideal eco- nomic ciruumrijanccs would have difficulty solving Ihc so- cial problems. JJy Ihc fjovernmcnl's own slalistic.s, about Iliree-fourths of Ihe iiKisl ji'.'oductivc land is in the hands of per cent of Ihc landholders. The illileracy rale runs about per cent. A housing shortage is being more acute by an an- nual population growth rate of Ii1.- pw cent hi the capital. which for Tlie pjiverniiii11' money even if ii free but !iic u'Cipii'ii; lo pny ihe Rut Ihcre PO of Mia: cilhef. The pivd-.v.ri many univor-j msdo ils dchut almost a year its lo recruit Can a d i a n 5 lalo in December, and was >'ncvri piiisiiile plagued with mechanical prob- lems until it was withdrawn Ic o; sta- frcm .service in January. 1971. I Between breakdowns. Mr. Todd said, the train mot ils J schedule only GO per cent of the J Ijmc. i fl- por of: V.liile a joint crcv. of exports Mr. from CN United Aircraft! 'ri-.i-h ]fi pci- nnd Canr.da Lid. owners of ihe. ecuiUrlcs o-.iiside I Turbo, sought to solve its per cent. lems. the working title Ve ;Vi..y ioo'.; upon iho 13 pcv slsiidiiiR for liciit. riipul and (i uho into Lhc pic- L" S. (iimin-1 lure. he pcid With a standard engine and modified hw-profilc body design, the LRC is said (o he I rapr.ble of travelling inler-city i j routes at an average 100 miles an hour. 1 nnn saicMhc m II m not Deer 11. A drop I Notlev raps ll Hrd Dl-CT Col. 1! cm-iwovenmient EDMONTOX rcpl _ go cnuncnL apparently plans lo continue Ihc discriminatory pol- r0_ icios of Ihc SDrial Credit ad- Pr ministraLion it defeated last uner ceo- i Aueu_st] says xottcy, leader of the Alberta New Dem- ocratic Party. This is indicated by Irie gov- ernment's decision to place 3 moratorium on Hie purrha.se of land by Ilutlorites unlil a leg- islative com mil lee studying the communal properties act pre- sents a report. Mr Nnllcy said in a prepared statement. lie said Premier Peter Louffhccd's promise of a bill of rights is meaningless if tion which clearly discriminates against a particular religious group is left on the books and if Government policies arc j signed to discriminati; against a particular group. Mr. N'ofley sairl if (here is lo he a moratorium nn the pur- chase, of large parcels of Innd it should apply to everyone, es- pecially foreign corporalo in Lwests who are liiovinp inlo bcrla and buyinc up larfic of land in sonic parts of the province. j liik-llirowrr slays in jnil RIIUSSKLS (Heiiler) Mar- ie Ijouisc Ruintkowski. the :i 1 yoar-oUl blnmle who threw iuU at Urilisli Prime .Minisler Ed- ward fkalh, ivas remanded in custody for a month IKTC on a charge of assaulting n head of j government. She has boon in custody since '22 sho liurled ink in llcalh's faee he arrived to sign treaty of accession Lo the Com- mon Market. SIMPSONS-SEARS ALL SIZES ONE LOW PRICE BLACKWALLS Reg. 29.98 to 34.98 Installed Installation Extra WHITEWALLS Reg. 32.98 to 37.98 Installed Installation Extra F78-14 G78-14 H78-14 F78-15. G78-15" H78-15 BUY NOW! nsolation can be done im- mediately or Inter in ihe spring if you prefer. O Premium qualify willi deep Iread O Wide 7 rib design gives good traclion even on wcl reads. O Rolled shoulder inckcs cornering easier Tcugh A ply nylon construclion shrugs off punishim impacts G'paramucd inq diGcouni .illowancc off ijj1 I.HP rccjardless of Ihe given jowa'ds n rcplnccm hn'otlrnifcad used, nro- ai.'iin-.; cuirrnt pricr. 2. Nnil nunLlurT, arc dxcd ni no charge. 3. Gunranlccd apain-jt TIEL BELTED Sears Allslale Dr-llrd Tiros arc guaranteed for miles. You may get ninny more. (lie safest lire wo know. Hie slool hnlfs prolccl cigaiml punctures nnd picvcrl rubber-robbing (175-13) trcad squirm by holding the Iread shff. Radial construction cuts down on roll rcsisinnce and increases gas mileage by up lo Whilcwnll QUALITY COSTS NO MORE AT SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 a.m. lo 6 p.m. Daily Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m. Ccnlro Villngc 2nd Avc. and 13lh St. N. ;