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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, January 20, 1973 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 Danghler collapses Maria Coror.c, 10, is CUT into an ambulance at Foirfield, Calif., arier collapsing on learning jury found her fairer, Jujr, V. Corona, guilty of the murder; of 25 itinerant laborers in 1971. Influential Albertans asked to ensure RCMP inemorv deserve to pay less for fire insurance Thevdn a: Because "ss lires. That s v- rr; v. s ci- S'j's fcr iess. If ycu're a rc-.-c1' ycu a-'-'crd ret to Abstainers' TC: horre HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201 3rd.Ave. S. Phone ABSTAINERS' INSURANCE COM A-W EDMONTON" 'CPi Former KC'TP George called on tans "of influence" to ensure that historic oases in the his- tory of the RCMP are suitably Mr. McC'.ellan. vho served 35 ''-iih and has bc-er; rircvince's si'ce recalled several p a 1 r o 1 h the iaie 1850s ciurjic a speech to the Ecm'jn- tt'n Convention Bureau. Li western Car.ada have of remain totally ur.marked. without rec- ord cf the men who made those marches is our early days." said Mr. the force's 12th commissioner. "I'n- le.-s somethmg is done very iheir names and their doeo? will perish from the minds of our Mr. McCWlan called for a Dlaque in the reconstructed Fort Edmonton "to indicate that the Northwest Mounted Po'ice win- tered here for its winter in the northern part of the province." Mr. McClellan said that if some nf the force's activities took place in the United States siies where they occurred have beer marked with m o n u rr, e n t ard dee-Js '.vo'jld bo recorded for vis- io read." There was ore claim to be ace for early hrstor.- of the force. "Nownere in the his- tcry of the development cf civ- ilization has so vast an emoire of virgin land been opened to and settlement with little bloodshed, raping and -.error as that empire from Fort Garry to the Rocky Mountains winch is our inheritance today.'' Rights board rules charge justified EDMONTON' (CP1 Eeatiy j Hayes1 complaint that an Ed-; mcTHon company dlscriminat- i ed agsir-si him because of I his color is justified, the Al- berta Human Rights Board nil- 1 ed here. Beard chairman F. A. Laus ruled that Central Hvdraulic j niacufac_riji2 Co. Ltd. com- pc-nsale Mr. Hayes for three cays' vases he lost in not get-1 a job one. day's wages for the time spent at a human I rights hearing in Edmonton last Oct. 31. Mr. aUo recommended j that central hydraulic be pros- ecuted, if feasible. The hearing was told that Mr. Haves v, as referred to Cen- tral Hydraulic last May 9 by Canada Manpower and was of- fered a job after an interview i with the company secretary j arid president. Hcwever. a sen-! ior mechanic objected to work-' ing with a black person ard the job offer was withdrawn. MAGRATH CASE I Tis Haye? case is the sec- or-d to go before the board for a hearing. Th3 first, last sum- mer, involved a service station in Magrach which requested prepayment for gasoline sold to native people. It was set tied against the compary but no prosecution was recommend- ed. Mr. Hayes now is employed 23 a utility worker wiih Edmon- ten Power. Lalonde sweetens health costs pot OTTAWA iCPi Health Minister Marc Lalonde put forward essentially the same proposal for federal provincial health financial arrangements as former minister John Mtmro did 14 months ago. But. he's sweetened the pot with a number of change? in the formula that could mean considerably more money for the provinces if they approve the provincial finance conference Mr. LaJonde stressed that the new approach would provide tha greater "flexibility'' desired by the provinces. It would, he said in notes released to the press from the closed briefing session, allow them "greater flexibility in priorities1' and in pursuing the "most effective methods fo.-cielivery of health services'' as they see these. COMING CHANGES The icea of the seMnilbwi trust fur.d to back new programs hss been retained. O.her rr.z'cr changes in the formula include: Contributions would be calculated on K: population rather than 01 Lnsiired poDulation. Rate of levelling wodd be over a 10-year rather than a five-year of "nsk sharifig -i.-.-Cn priorities set by the fed-features, v.'hich would provide i'-'A government, for increases in the federal Dm Getlv. Alberta mirtiaer tribution. should the province? rfergovernmema] affairs, in-have particular difficulties any Seated Vntirsday that he didn't v.'ant to see anv" changes uoless The. proposal diners from were allowed ad-present cost sharing ar-gv isx mom. Under the presci; agree- p princes rr.ent which has been acre-eta K yearly since it ran out in 1971. avaiisble until they the federal parjci- a chance to examine pales in medical arid rising health to growth in the gros; national product GNT but advances Ihe base year to 1S72-73 a move that would increase tbs basic federal contributions considerably. Jus! ho'.v much the change would cost will be determined later today when Mr. Lalonde and his advisers explain details. Ir. his presentation to the Cridcisms have been levelled at this program because the provinces have had no ahema-iive but to take pan in h'js-pitsl and medical care progran if they- waiHed to receive federal money. Some provinces said ihey "Tanied to set their rather than Eoing AFRICA from S69S M crr-iicEf unique reserves tropical Yecr-rcynd weekly rsr f-ee color TOURS 506A.709 Dunsmuir, Von. B.C. (604) 637-1131 Res. 224-0067 DOWNTOWN LETHBRIDGE MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS7 BONANZA MAJOR PRIZE WINNERS! SERGEANT'S WELDING SHOP BLACKSMITHING and WELDiNG AUCTION SALE 134-50 AVE. W. CLARESHOLM-ALBERTA FRI., JAN. 26-1 p.m. LUNCH SERVED TERMS: Cash the day of the sale, with settlement in full be- fore removal from the premises. Having teen favoured with instructions from Mr, Earl Ser- geant who has retired from Ihe welding business, we will offer for tale the following line of welding equipment as lilted below, which is merely a guide ond in no way a war- ranty or guarantee as to condilion or age end is subject lo addiliofij, delelions, errors or minor changes as you may Find them the day of the sale. WELDING SHOP EQUIPMENT 1_S' press 5-cke cf V" sfeel da's c- TC-E'- 1_Fress '-0 'on 1-HcEsf's'd irci be--er hv- crcuiic cylinder: 1-lrc-n T-bip end ise: 1-Work OFFICE EQUIPMENT TRUCK nnd TRAILERS STOCK MISCEUANEOUS .20.COO 5 T J SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105. COALDALE, ALTA. 'f-r ?n.iih by ol For further information Phono 3-15-3534 or ihp Owner AUCTIONEERS- 1ES HANDIEV FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY Lie. No. OlCinO lit. No. 005615 lit. No. 010131 CLC employees vole favors strike action VANCOUVER (CP1 Em- ployees of the Canadian Labor Co-gre55 have voled ST per ceat in favor of strike action. The 32 employee; across Csn- sda. members of the CLC rep- j resenta'jves have been without a contract since June. 1 A major item in the dispute I ha? boon pay for staff represen- tatives. Union spokesman Jack Rsdford said he hoped the strtie vote spur new talks in the dispute. orker killed at Canal Flats C.A.NAL B.C. 'CP Gordon Weit. 36. of Liver- mere. B.C.. -.ras killed the crav.-ler tractor irs was op- eradng roiled dovi-rj an embank- raent at a logging site. The accident occurred Li the White S-.ran Lake area east o: Canal Flats, 125 miles south- west of Calcarv. i Mrs. J. Dietzen and her husband being presented wiih her prize a trip for four to Disneyland. Mrs. H. Deal end her husband being presented with her prile o trip for two to Hawaii. Mr. Jim Spoulos. President of (he Downtown Merchants' Association, made both presentations Winners of the final weekly prizes, drown for December 22nd, were: Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION [JJJlVlAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL 61B 3rd AVE. i. Phone 328-5447 Mrs. A. Turnbuil, Lethbridge Mrs. E. Neville, Lelhbridge Mrs. Berg, Lethbridge Theresa Turin J. Kanius, Lethbridge R. Williams, Uthbridge B. Wilson, lethbridge Katherine Wiens, Cocldole Kenny Mead, Lethbridge Wendy Sudo. Raymond C. Cuell, Lethbridgg The Dov-Titown Merchants Asscciaiisn express their sincere tncnks to who pcriicipcled in the Shoppers' Bo- nanza making i; an success end extend concrctuiotrons to the mnny prize winners! If you purchase one cf these appliances and find it advertised for less within the next 12 rnonths we will refund the difference in cash! 10 cu. ft. Skk-By-Side Refrigerator Freezer Bemina Sewing Machine MlNI-MATIC GE Self Clean Admiral 15 cu. ft. Food Fraezer Moffat Electric Dryer 5177 30" Range Harvttl Gold Refrigerator t Gold 5418 G.E. Frost Free Refrigerator Horvcrf geld EXTRA SPECIAL Admiral 19 Color TV Top of line Moffat 13 cu. ft Admiral Black and White 9" Television Refricsrator G.E. Washer and Electric Dryer IVasher and Electric Dryer Range brand names v a- e Canod-on manuka ctu; c-d ii Caiada and be i" husincs! 10 give sorvics (or thf lifehme of N our appliance. FREE DELIVERY GRAIN ON TRADE 812 4th Ave. S. from Enerson's Downtown Snowroo Phone 328-1673 or 328-1332 ;