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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Twfay, Jwwrr 4. IMt UTHMUDM MRMD A better life for mankind ahead? FINAL PLUNGE, HE SAYS Belgian Rig de Sonny, 75, dives from bridge into the Tiber in Rome for 53rd Jon, jump he arrived in the Eternal City. "It's lite last lime. I'll never do it he said after he was hauled out of the river. Tax forms being mailed to 9 million Canadians OTTAWA (CP) Persona income tax forms are beta; mailed this week to approx mately .nine million taxpayers on which they are to repor their income and tax position for 1971, tie revenue depart tosnt said today. The returns, to be filed by April 30, are based on tax law as it stood1 before Finance Min jster E. J. Bensoa's sweeping tax law revision took effect Jan 1. Most taxpayers won't feel the full effect of the new tax law until they report on their 1972 returns in the spring of 1973. The revenue department has gent the 1971 returns to district post offices and expects them to Trial date for gang slaying set CALGARY (CP) Chief Jus- flee J. V. H. Milvain Monday set Jan. 2i as the trial date for 11 men charged with the non- capital murder in March, 1970, of Ronald George Hartley. Thirteen men were originally convicted of nan capital mur- der in September, 1970, but they appealed to the Appellate Divi- sion of Alberta Supreme Court and 11 were granted new trials. A 12th man, Ronald Emkeit of Calgary, has an appeal be- fore the Supreme Court of Can- ada. Another, Barry Pyne of Red Deer, was acquitted. All were originally sentenced to life imprisonment. The trial date may be chang- fd is E. M. WOolliams, coun- sel for two of the accused, he mtfeht Seek separate trials for bis clients at a later date. The men were charged fol- lowing the death of Hartley during a fracas between two motorcycle gangs. The others were: Lou Irwin Emteit, Gary Michael Paller, Robert Paul Burton, George Stewart Lowe, Dennis Bruce Bullen, Douglas Bruce Agate, Dave James Kunfz, and Girard Alyre LeWanc, all of Calgary; Ronald John Dale and James Erling Glabais, both of Red Deer; and Daniel Adoipne Towes of Linden, Alta. Russian trips cost Liberal parly votes TORONTO (CP) Prime Minister Trudeau's Russian visit in May and the return trip to OaTiada by Soviet Premier Alexet Kosygln in October cost the Liberals "several ridings" and lost them votes in others In tiho Oct. 21 Ontario election, says Liberal campaign manager Donald Roscburgh. Writing in the recent issue of Communique, the Ontario Lib- eral party's monthly publica- tion. Mr. Boseburgh cites immJ- giMiit voters' opposition to the exchange of visits as one of many "significant factors" con- tributing lo the Liberal defeat in Ontario. Standings following the clcc- Uon wen Conservatives 78, Lib- cnls 20 ind New be delivered to taxpayers within the next 10 days. The mailed forms carry the name and address of e-ach tax payer as recorded in the reve- nue department's computers, to- gether with their file number Taxpayers who do not receive the so-called "personalized1 forms will be able to obtain cop- ies at post offices across the country. Sa'aried taxpayers and others whose income taxes are de- ducted at the source will re- ceive income arjd deduction re porting slips from their employ ers by the end of February. Taxpayers whose deductions or other payments during the year exceeded their actual tax liabilities will So able to obtain refunds from the department Two tax rate reductions were made during 1971, and the njie- nue department believes this will result in a larger number O refunds than usual. Meanwhile, the department said, work is being pushed for- ward to print and mail explana- tory memoranda to taxpayers about the new tax plan now in effect, including the taxation ol capital gains. The first of these pamphlets should be available about the end of next week, a spokesman said. Earthquake recorded in Asia HONG KONG (Reuter) The Hoyal Observatory recorded relay an eartfiquake centred in Hie region of southern Taiwan about 530 miles east of Hong Kong. An observatory spokesman said the magnitude of the earth- quake was estimated to be about 7 on the open-ended Ri- chter scale. People in Hong Kong had re- ported feeling Hie tremors and a ship close to the epicentre lelt severe shook waves lasting some 20 seconds, the spokesmen said. Reports from Tokyo said mild earthquakes shook central and part of northern Japan as well as Tokyo and its vicinity early today. SANTIAGO (AP) A volcano 90 miles southeast of Santiago nughed flames and smoke Monday and caused earth trem- ors in three central Chilean provinces, police reported. Calgary man life term CALGARY (CP) John Raymond Fortin, 22, was sen- encod to life when he pleaded guilty in Alberta Supreme Court lo a charge of non-capi- tal murder. Fortin was charged in the dcnlli of Gordon U. McLean, whose body was found in the Bow River last September. Three others charged with non-capital murder in UK samo COM, Robin Brown, Ste- phen Polricr and Daryle John- ston, elected trial by judge alone and wero remanded to Feb. 14. Exploration of the planet earth planned By STEPHEN SCOTT Cinidltn Press Staff Writer Man, who has walked on the moon and peeked at distant planets in dramatic space shots is the recent past, will launch next year what may be the most significant experi- ment of of the planet earth. The United States plans to launch an earth resources sat' in March as the world waits to see whslhw it will be a forerunner that will lead the way to a better life for man- kind. The concept of such a satel- lite is exciting. S'jentists say that it is conceivable that a device whizzing around r the earth will be able to detect such things as wteat rust in crops, mineral deposits be- neath the surface, schools of fish In the sea airi pollution in. livers and oceans. Underdeveloped countries see the satellites as their hope for the future as they attempt to bring their nations into the 20th century with a decent standard of living. CO-OPERATION SEEN The new year could bring another happy more co-operation between the two great space powers who have been in competition. The United States and the Soviet Union are expected to reach an agreement early in the year to link up an Apollo spaceship with a Salyut space station, possibly in 3974. A second joint flight may be held in 1975. Serious co-operation be- tween the two powers starter! in 1971 when they exchanged information shots to Mars. The moon ano" Jupiter will be tie targets space shots in 1972. The United States plans to launch its first probe, Pioneer n, toward Jupiter Feb. 27. The Soviet Union also is expected to send a vessel toward the planet at about the same time. APOLLO FLIGHTS TO END And the year will see the end of the famed Apollo {lights to the moon by the is soft) OTTAWA The Brew- ers Association of Canada raid here that domestic beers do not contain a preservative, widely used elsewhere, wMch has been linked to cancer in a Swedish study. The chemical, dSetbylpyrocarbonate re- acts with ammonia in bever- ages to create the cancer-caus- ing chemical Univer- sity of Stocholm researchers said. Your Druggists in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta LETHBRIDGE McCaffrey's Drug Store 418 13th Street North Phone 327-2205 Thriftway Drugs 702 13th Street North Phone 327-0340 BLAIRMORE Michael Finn Pharmacy Phone 562-2192 CARDSTON Temple City Drugs 271 Main Street Phone 693-3842 CURESHOLM Cloresholm Pharmacy 4911 lit Street Phone 235-3050 COAIDAIE Coaldale Pharmacy 1721 lOlh 345-3277 FORT MACLEOD Price's Rexall Drug 206 114th Street Phone 234-3093 TABER Johnson's Taber Drug Store 3314 41th Avenue Phone 223-123J VULCAN Mitchell's Pharmacy Phone 4BS.2012 Vulcan Pharmacy 419-2411 United States. Three Apollo 16 astronauts will tour the moon's central highlands dur- ing a 12-day moon mission in March and three others will visit the moon near the end of the year. The Apollo astroriauis scored their most notable suc- cesses 1'his year with success- ful lunar landings which greatly enlarged the store- house of knowledge for scien- tists attempting to unravel the mysteries of the origin of the moon, the earth and the solar system. The Soviet Union also scored a success in linking up two satellites to create the first manned space station. But ttie cosmonauts had trou- ble and three died in June their space craft sprang aleak. The Soviets are reported u> have found solutions to their problems and are expected to -continue tbelr space station jiTjgram next year. Tills year was (he year of Mars. The U.S. got one satel- lite to orbit the red planet -white (he Soviet Union dropped packages on the sur- Ace. Af nan the scientist probed deeper into space, man the lanvyer attempted to keep jsce, At the United Nations there agreement on a conven- tion designed to keep the a peaceful base where military weapons are banned. soother convention was approved in an attempt to en- sure that compensation Is pahf to victims of man-made objects falling lo earth from outer space. The year hi space in 1971 In capsule form: astro- nauts Alan B. Shepard, Edgar D. Mitchell and Stuart A. Roosa started a nine-day moon voyage, Shepard and MiU-hell spent 3M hours on the moan, exploring the Mauro highlands. April Soviet Salyut space station was put in orbit. April 19 cosmo- ntiiis Vladimir A. Shatalov, Alexei S. Yeliseyev and Mko- la! Rukavishnikov linked up with the Salyut for only hours. Western experts specu- late they were unable to equalize Uie pressure between the two vehicles. U.S. Mariner VID spaceship destined for Mars failed after liftoff art fell into the Atlantir- Ocean. Soviet Union'B March I took off on a six- month journey to the red planet. It went into orbit around Mars in November and sent a small capsule crashing to the Martian sur- face. MIT tit JJ wa> launched and achieved a suc- cessful orbit in November. A capsule from the satellite para- chuted to the surface but re- layed signals for only a short time after landing. U.S. Mariner IX joined the parade to Mans, also shooting into orbit hi November. It relayed thousands of photo- graphs and considerable scien- tific data. June 11 cosmo- nauts George Dobrovolsky, Vladislav Votov and Viktor Patsayev docked with the Sal- yut station. They transferred into the station and conducted medical and scientific tests for more Qua 23 days. On June 30, they detached the Soyuz and started back for earth. On landing all three ijere found dead in their spaceship. A defect caused a cabin leak that resulted in rapid decompression during re-entry and almost Instant death. July Apollo 15 astronauts David R. Scott, Alfred M. Warden and James B. Irwin rccketed toward the moon. Dur- ing the 12-day mission, Scott and Irwin spent a record 67 hours at the base of me moon's Apennine Mountains, driving a Rover vehicle to aid their explo- ration. Sept. An unmanned Luna IB zipped toward the moon, but later crashed on the sur- face during an attempted Sept. Luna 19 started a successful moon orbit flight. Also in 1971, Britain became the sixth country to launch its own satellite, sending a scien- tific payload into orbit. Ear- lier members of the space lites during the year two club also sent into orbit satet- eacb by Japan and France and one by China. Clearance Sale and DEEP CUT PRICES PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL SAT., JAM. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES BOTTLE OF 100 5 GRAIN A.S.A. TABLETS WIUINSON CHROME EDGE BLADES ID'S SUOS. LIST 1.3V I.D.A. BATHROOM TISSUE COME I N AND SHOP OUR MANY IN-STORE CLEARANCES STERISOL IHllHBIHBHI TAME CREME RINSE ORAL ANTISEPTIC Regular. Sugg. 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