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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE LETHBRIDGE HESAID Friday. January 5 1573 News in brief Bonib-tosser A :ho vision take Br.ta-.ri '-'.to i-'om- c a srir.k Markrt." "e "We art v.vre at the I'rinte mir.- satci Gordon Brc'.o. ire r-lEhr-'J-.-s ft-ra dctrcts s: re the Gar iouse. Queer, ar- -er rivec 2-tii peeied ry the 'ea.-.er 0; rr-r-ister v. hen the bombs ra' The :'-jrris frc.T. tie romb .-a-ase-a [re Queer's Lace to .e. a ir. 1 SCO" GiS- Bail scnifiht on little clear ad? tor Frari Moss sate .rursday he V.-.11 lee; t.-. Govt. to renew assault f on housing problems A WORD FROM THE NDP New Fo.-r r- c- L.-ien Lc c5 5-ec-.2- cf 'ne H -e.v sess'rn cf r Secfsd c.-r.-rd M'. Lev end Knavsl-s. C- hits'1. jeccer Dzvid Lewis the ere, from left, V.'iliicm 1'. MiffioUS of SOUht 1 tnalidomide children Deaths By THE CKVSADE GOES OVERSEAS OTTAWA .'IT1 The gov- has pror.iised a re- newed assault on housing and urnan transpo.-Mtio.n problems. These policies, in the throne speech Thursday, in- CBC needs lS30 million to expand OTTAWA (CP) Tl-e CBC will need S'.XI or more additional radio and television stations, costing nearly KJO raillior. 10 its sendee to every com- munity OL ?00 people or ir. Canada, the corporation re- ported to Parliament Thursday. The CBCs annual report for the fiscal year ended Isst March 31 said a master plan beins drawn up for extendlr.i service as quickly as possible, as promised by the government last' year. The CBC now is preparing ap- r'dcations to the Canadian Ra- d: Television Coniniissioa for the necessary li- cences. CBC 5 expenses las; were un S.7 per cent Its ir- carts t'rora adverasT.s ard a o: rrullior. The ccrrccatio" paid clndc1 a mixture of old and rroposa'.s. Ciovemment sources say sev- eral of Ihe proposals refer to planned changes in the National Housing Act. The government introduced sniendments to the aa las; i but these are to be broad- coed in new legislation in this parliamentary session, these strorees say. Among these changes would be more morey for some housing programs new ways of providing [he money. Another item in the throne speech deals with the mongsge financing bill which government sources say will reappear in the session. The bill wouHd es- tablish a residential monpie market corporsrion 10 erccur- age more mortgage lerdinc. NEW IDEA PROPOSED The throw speech mendorec a new idea in the ho-asinc warranty system to protect purchasers o: new 1: 15 understood this r.-ou'd raean an insurance plan to cover disputes between arKl hut'cutg tractors concernLns ur.firdshed or unsound houses. It wo-jjd as- S'are money for repairs rr flr.- isriing touches sought by o: rsw houses. The saic the roverrjme-t will urdvrraA? ars a study of the role in urbar. transportatlou. The ;hror.e speech st.i zrsrits as ir. r low-cost housing for senior ci'i'.Ters cir.d home-ouTiership aid r.v low and moderate-in- IsmPJis. Also contemplated are new in- cer.uves for housing provided by cooperatives and non-profit cvrporauons and assistance in refurbishing older neighbor- hoods. There would also be a land assembly program. All these elements were In- ui the XHA last June. Toy pistol used by hijacker A n-.an l-e'.d by re-hce an hiizck'lng aboard a Pariiic Wes'.em riare airport Thurs5sy is evrecred lo appear Li in Richmond totiav. at Richmond, a suh- urb o: have not yet disclosed the man's identity, rcr whether he b court. A arid believed to be frcr.; area. M'as c-verrx-.'i errd hy c'otrcs tr.tTf2ter.eid to btT.v up the ?aij war.tec to -ecc.versrle its parlla- Oshaua. Out. -V E. Mtl_-er. 73. z. frrrzer cf a r.urarer cf 5ev Bei'eiiile. Ont. -.'ll'us ore. :C-r. one vf rrr'a: expert r Police probe doctor'? death Rochd'e. V V. 7 v. SI-XRI5E SATfRPAY 5-10 bclcw. 5EMT Saiurday. A? SITxSET Hijhs near abijie. H L Pr? Farmers. Farm Families and Country Acreage Owners Find out how you can protect your investment attend an INF W ION KSHOP Conducted by United Farmers of Alberta. Infor- mation Division in Co-operation with UFA Petrol- eum and Farm Supply Divisions and other suppliers to the agricultural industry in Alberta. discussions, displays, dim and s'iie presentations, valu- able inlormsiion and practica1 afivice afccut FARM PETROLEUM PRODUCTS NEW PRODUCTS FOR GENERAL FARM USE LIVESTOCK AND WHEN TO USE THEM FARM BUILDINGS AND AUTOMATION attend the workshop in your communily EVERYONE WELCOME NO ADMISSION CHARGE LETHBRIDC-E TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1973 P.M. CIVIC CENTRE TABER V.'tD.NESDAY. JANUARY 10, !97i P.M. UGION HAU Govt. immigration policy protested a t. i Wealher and road report IfE SATl'RPAY 5-10 bclcw. 5EnnT Ss SVN5ET near K' above. II L Pn Hi! Met are a cas; -j Lctbbridfe to h oelDa'- :eea alive. :err. The -r.ctirr. Dr "i Cor.imbia, Koctenay To- .5 ..4 cloacy Hens as the d-xtcr ct Caljarv.......... :J -5 A -e- sro.ifurries ui ttv o: tns arc? 1-e ga'.e t? reixr-.e. -4 c'.eir _sjid ra'.d Dec. Cc. '.r.e o-otfu: sealec :o 5 -bove ei.- MOXTiVA Ec5t cf Continental Diride e-: of 3-oar cause? Judge motion to quasli BM-HC i- thi5 incpnrv LOMOND THURSDAY. JANUARY II. 2.CO FM COMMUNITY HAtL 1973 ONITED FARMERS OFAIBERTA TIME LIMIT FOR RECEIVING PETITIONS FOR PRIVATE BILLS Take notice tnCf tne tims for receiving fcr Private S'lls next S or the Legislative Assc'ttly will cxp'ra en Monday, the fifth day of February, 1973. H. McDonald Ck'-: o' I no Legislative Assomoly See the IRRIGATION BOYS AT GENERAL .1- FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS L Phone 328-1141 Etn ED. for A-M IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT OFFICIAL A5 OF COVRTEfV r. ir'.'r. r y A M. TODAY OF 'f iro ?a bjv a Z DURING OUR WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE SALE! 559o 5 H P S5JS. Now Oniy i4ij International Harvester Sa'es Service hlrriTvay? the o.- Ca'.cary [o is ac r, tt'i.i-jv ;