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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Liberal regime given lease on life OTTAWA (CP) The New Democratic Party, happy at pcvemmeiH assurances of a substantial increase in the old- age pension, fulfilled its pledge lo support the minority Liberal government Thursday night. The NDP and Social Credit jcined with the Liberals to de- feat a Conservative motion of no-confidence in the govern- ment by a vote of 148 lo 107. Thus the Liberal regime of. Prime Minister Tnidcau was given the lease m life promised hy the NDP after the speech .from the throne was read at the or-e.iing of Parliament last can now go ahead and povem as solidly as any gov- ernment" Prime Minister Tru- de.au said in an interview Fhertly after winning a House of Commons vote of confidence. "I assume that's it." he said the vote." We will govern ?.s ihough ive were a majority. There's no other way." Ii was one of many tests of strength the government will Iiice as the Conservatives at- t'.'mpt to oust it. Tne Conservatives were to de- cide today whether to move an- other confidence today. II would be voted on Mondav Dlsht. two days before the end ftl the throne-speech debatt. And Omservative whip Tom Bell shou'.ed at the end of voting Thursday night: "There'll be another vote tomorrow." Thursday's motion was voted by !03 Liberals. 23 New Democrats. 11 Social Creditors and one Independent. One Liberal, three New Democrats and four Social leader T.tal For the first time in some years all Conservative MPs were present for a major vote. NDP Leader David Le-.rls liter said his group took a sensible and re- stand in supporting the Liberals. The Dirty" would have supponed the government even if Health Minister Marc Laionde had not promised b- creases in old-age pensions only hours before. "Mr. Lalcr.de had said "a tiibsia-it'El increase uf pensions for aged people Til] be an- nounced Mr. Lew-Is ar.d NDP House Leader Stanley Hiowies (W'iroi- North Centre said they un- d.-rstand the pension legislation will be one of about four top bills to be btrcduced shortly ff'tr Finance Minister Joto Turner presents his budget. That is expected in late January or early February. The letltbridgc Herald VOL. LXVI No. 27 LETHBRIDGE, .ALBERTA, FRIDAY, JAN'UARY 12, 1973 PRICE: TEN CENTS TWO PAGEi freaks die ice shot after TORONTO (CP1 Riot po- mas visit to his near Lee hunting the killer of a To- E-dinburgh v.dih his v.ife and young soa. v.-as the third Metro ronio shot their way young v.-as tte third Metro Trj -j into a third-floor apartment Toronto policeman killed on ft S fit G Tkftft It 7 f if early to-day and found, one man duty vlthb a year. detec- I ilOS lilts I-fOttltttt dead and another lying. live: shot last February L Four other persons were investigatbg a drinking- hauled put cf the tear gas- co_piaml. and I choked quarter; after 75 police- was snot ry anotner Ullltei men han besieged the rnir.to-.vn c-'- rooming house and one cf ON" MOST-WANTED LIST Barbara Hcimes was icentued as hav- OiiAWA Pesnut-bui- p-loes last month Em chL-sed later-.v.th b: been on the Metro poke's and pork fans get ptr cent ircm the previous capital murder Tnurs-day ED5t-.var.ted list and v.-as so-e ui Dec-ember from Eor.tn and up E.6 ci-nt from nisht shooting of Constable sough; on warrants chsrpng as- rtrrer prices, but virtually ev- a earlier AU other cate- Jair.es Lothian' saultirg an and carrying faeea higher costs gories shovved bcreases for the _ f ARMED POLICEMAN A Torcnfo pciicemcn wecrlng s'-ie'c c TC pnOTDg-apner? TC snccf CL-T 'i rCL'se mcrnng. Fciic? in fc'c1 sHoct'ng nighf cf Tcrcnto perfons snc; to d'ec'n end 10 c'hsrs Police said the t-.ve dead men. v.hom they described as "speed a dangerous tavorite feeds, pas- month and the year. Deputv Felloe Jack goods. The food price indent, which ,_p.ts h-H Ackroyd predicted later that Canada reported to- for per csn: n' the E..O. .o ....re_e bc f.. cny tna: tie consumer price b- over-all bdev 1-7 b of them. D-rid Brian belled as the gunman v.ho shot rV increase o-' t-k the officer he steppe! a to c-" said an- pe-ceni-ee means to buvVi-' car containing r.vo men ar.n a c._.0, the renerai cost cf livbc rose voir.au after a cr.ase throiiEn per cen: over the veal-. The The bc-eases streers. indes is b-ed oa 1K1 prices fcr ;rj- and b December cenber. up from 145.1 the pre- and vious rnonb and 135.5 a year earlier. Candidates offer bag of goodies snipers spotted in hotel P> GREG MrlVTYRE IIer2ld Siaff Wriier 10 a ELI- iires (LeriCt a bar c: po'-tica; is ceo heavily C21-'. NEW ORLE.-VNS A? A diec. ITJ ssy.-- three o: Mayor Moer. L.-.r.dne'j io'n a roiicc L-SUSO u irr _ Al CHe 2 VO'Ce hxefA lha: ra a ]aree 'nu-ber o: sr.lrer-se: he-d screamy: _ _ -Ir con-o Priicp dr! j; Ao nuclear arms ietnam war people are to Later, the same voice shouted WASHINGTON The rotary H. Labd said he plail COllLUlg 5orre-r-" snd vould surrender f welroris' b'sotitneS OTTAWA 'CP- gov- b half-hour. emrnent vd.l announ.-- next ivork After That. _..................... Less than an hour after its >outh employment note'.. One sniper. Mirk J. Keere. crouched or. a secer.d- r.ucJear by be United line Pfnta- :'or n-'x; State He oemen: the Mass murder On; for JUI'V Oilt BLAME IT ON" WIND It 3 mailer of roi vlijf h seal ihe As be police finally entered. Cements, o.-sip-en to beoomo use o: nuclei vho sun neighh-n- heard a woman's No ..i.y. m previo-uslv" ev o.vuld be ex- tanacusn flag 10 ihp boilom "You've made Sim'rvj i.vs Thursdy. "I voxic Carii- iSp mz.-i ai Galbrsiih Ele- SCOTLAND K' later t, "ur-d-y -J. Const-.b'o a na- e :her. T> .1 1 tive of Scoth-.n.l '.vho h.td. A: :re House, press 13OII1 SlCIft? reoentlv returred from a fj.-re'i--- Zuc'e-" said "se maintain Onlario i-iibiiu-l blackout TORONTO C Warns Irish davdreamers BFLFA5T Keternnc to tre Catholic .V >o..r> t'rc (tr.- the former prime guerrilla of Ihe Iris'; Kmihli- er-men: f T-.." v-ti Arn-.y. lie so.ic "V.e ye.ir. S-nee tl-e p.irtN1 said Thursday r.-.uh: tVo-o (Vri, ,v nvnie V.I HMC.IV- o: oee-iod in oxple .1 can: section o: the tionist ixipiil.nion. "ilh nier.: resulls for r< ;511 lot N- r-v N'e.r-.-' no i-.'iii.i ir.r.st ri-criin r.v. -Mt. tli.i: Alvrhari to power help the British lunerrnioiit" SKF.KS S in Ihe eftii'-ljh the ieci-'l.-.livo F.iulkr.or's w.i; vo-ved r ser.ib'.y th.it is to ns .1 hid for the jupiMii of in N-o to .-nnotineo his to the r.Ai-uii'.s 'to slvli'.i i.iken Koni.iii C.illiehe lo b.s el.r.i-.l to Iv I'-e liv' o: of .1 t.u-n lo Fauikvor ii' :i 01 Neilhcrn .--.v.ii-.iv l.tn-it- to r- ,11; Tiic TaionM :-i ;iidiiro to in Northorn Ireland, for flae and, in a iho is blovn [o rcsi ai the of [he ihe s'.-.temoi; soetifinL 'the United Seen and heard About town ii 111111. K.ikrlcv Ids ;