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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, January 26. 1973---------------------------------- News in brief CVN'E ERF. A 'flcv.e- A jttdgtn; pare! -.vw'.d select tra'-a -.vili replace Goa Save the severui .0 bo en "d television, and tbe pur-ltc ilebate lops OTTAYiA The Com- ntcr.t insurance I--OTS ttill start tedav or Mon- M- said tne eov- cuy Mining t.ie government s bm on foreipl' in_ that wouid extend the par- hieh priority ban on capital punishment arvi will be taken UP fairlv fc-r another five years. It introduced Wed- F-LW Council rresideM Allan MacZachen t h e Ho'jse TSe bill or. faroily allowances rrjursdi'.- ;he on not have s'-ch priority and st 35 jcon as the nor appear before the yreseni debate on a govern-, House for time. Anthem to be replaced ERF. A ir.c-.-.e- A judg-..- tra'.ia '-viii replace GI.XI Save the severe: .0 Ptw --s "d teievi vi-'ster Oottih VPtiiisni ther. be asked to vote on ascurcec txay. Tr.o o; tr.e iv.Br.ic? nark Australia Tay. sa.d the pt.bltc -.vcuio ce ss-tf-3 to suflmt paniculariv ri-d. rather that: the BrirUtt one. Pilot avert? crash LONDON" 'AP'' A Eritisn burj-toitr.d British Overseas' jttr.bo jet '.i-ith 137 persons C9T. :-s ,..d ih'c VraVtes }'Ln-.rtnn's Her.tii-e'-'.- -.vhtc1 spur. cff. Tb? b-akpi t9 a ha't '.n a r't-: sr-eL-crrt: to 5 hr.lt. Oceau iiint alanuiurr "iilioa red rubber they d'j-t.-rt fnt'j- days ar.d 55 nitllion plastic bottles of scientific lest A'J- sre adriit In the -Nonii Pacific, rjst. Their repon appears LI American scientists esti- N'ature rttasaiir-e. "We -Ltd it Eiarrtittg that dis- The ma-ine bio'fgists tsc'ab'.e litter even the f-nrr tbe Scri-ps. Institution oi ct the Ocessography at U Joila. Ca- ocean." -.-Tote the Bodv identified. TORONTO .t? lie-try of a v.-cmac found procpea by Dr. -Jarr.es Rl-'is acatnst a fer.ce ir, tr.e Miiton S-xttety of Forensic Ocy. area five months aco .ias :den- who r'tr.raret: the te-ttn as JarJite Mortt- derta' tttrt; iasi The skeietal retr.atns ar.c as a rar. retrir.ar.--s cf clorhir.r were reported ar-tl v-; ir. a Sept. 30. A- su- kr.c.-.-.r. to have iived h topsy showsd she r.ad been shot toon. Her parents, live i: ir. the head about sit; times. VTesttr.tr.iter B.C. Government wins first round of UIF struggle Throne speech o '-e 'sjii'c'i-e Thursccy r-e 1973 S, C. sesslcn. -i-r lc 'He of (CP Wirephclo) neic jobs promised in B.C. throne speech Cprosiiicn Leader W. A. C. admits mistake MONTREAL '.CP' David r.e'..-s hsre. Le-i-.s. Demofraiie parr.- He he ir.ter.ds to leader, said Thursday he made prov--r.ce at leas: or.ce tn Quebec before the fc-d- City ir. Februar e-s! eiectior last October. Vtr.o-.- say it vould erough here." have a" cr r.ot. "Many re-pic- tior.t kr. rut it's a mistake I don't irter.d NDP stsrcs th to repeat." .Mr. cf -..--Q -Octal Crectt cor.ttr.Eter.t. ctterir.t: tr.e srct'-.d :1 of lerisia- By JEAX-Gl'Y CARRIER OTTAWA (CP) Tlie gov- ernment lliursday won Uie round in the battle to the unemployment insur- ance fund from running out of 1 money. With New Democrat and So- cial Credit support it pushed through second reading a bill lifting the ceiling on how much money the government can I make available to the unen> 1 ployment insurance fund. Fail- attend LBJ burial ceremony I STO.VEWALL. Tex. 'AP1 j The burial of former president Lyndon B. Johnson reflected the thinss he cared about re- Jiffious solemnity, niili'ary pag- eantry. deep-felt oratory and i the gathering o[ friends. I In near frrtzing iveather Thursday ailfrnooon. a crtnvfl estimated at 10.000 gathered outside a waist-high stone fence to got a better krok at the 55- minute ceremony which took place in the family cemetery on Lhe LBJ Ranch. i Hundreds of others stood across (lie Pederr.ales Kiver to listen as of Grahtim a-d John E. farmer Tex- as EO-. c'-nor. acrcs.5 the ''He ioved said Graham, -.v'-.o quKe-d presir'c-'t as "I love this where rvopie ''T.ci you are love yen while are alr-e. and rniss you -.'r.en :-xvu die." Jobjison. was iataTy stricken vvith a heart attack i at the ranch Monday afterrsoon. P.s had had rnaior heart at- tacks in 1955 arc' body Nirrc back to the family cemetery after funeral services a1, the Na- tional City Christian Church in cap.'.ai's last farewell to the r.tan who had b I" S. arKi V.S Serate "A as vice-presi- de-.'. and More- than persons fi'od pact rrs rio-sec casket Ln vrash- o1; V.edr.esday. End o'her paid their respects a: the LBJ Librarv in Tetas' state capital. Austin, on Tues- dav. i ure to fet it passed by early next month coiUd leave the fund j without enough money to make payments to the iobless. XUP and Social Credit mem- bers combined irith the govern- ment to raise 139 votes against i the 92 for the Conservatives. i The vote sent to the House manpower committee for de-; tailed study a bill to amend the Unemployment Insurance Act. I i The government wishes to re- j move the SSOO-million ceiling set i by legislation for government contributions to the Unemploy-1 ment Insurance Commission i for payment of benefits, j Solicitor-General Warren AI- Inland will start debate today on a hill ii extend the partial i ban on capital punishment for another five years. Debate of the unemployment.' insurance amendment con- sumed two days, during which the Conservatives pressed their j view that tbe government wants (o remove the ceiling to make i legal governor-general's totalling million issued by the cabinet last year. USED FOR Tne warrants, issued after the previous Parliament was tils-' solved in August, were used to maie to unforeseen i numbers of people receiving unemployment insurance. I Lin-oh Alexander iltoa Wcstl said the government was looking for a blank cheque to cover un its inefficiencies. Erik Nielsen 'PC-Yukon' v.atTitHi trat accepting tbe amendment "means that govenimrnt has million with which to woo more parlia- mentary support from members.1' Much of the debate revolved around three intricate amend- ments framed by the Con- servatives to get the bill thrown out of the House. The Speaker ruled all three out of order. SiiOMiiiobile operator loses licence EDMONTON" (CPi An Ed- monton man who pleaded guilty to a charge of driving a snow- mobile while impaired has hsd his driver's licence suspended for six months. Maurice McKinney, 2. plead- ed guilty before provincial Judge J. C. Coughlan and was fined 5150. McKtnaey. a mechanic who reauires a driver's licence to test vehicles, was a re- stridpd licence by Judge Cotighlan. Court was told that McKinney was driving the snowmobile on a railwav rkht-of-wsT near Fort Saskatchewan. 20 miles northeast of Edmonton. The Car.adian Press erron- evusiy reported earlier that Mc- Kir.rc} v. ouid fill be able to drive a sr.tnnnobiie. Weather and road report SU.VHI5E fATT'RDAY 5LN5ET II I.tttibricijr 42 Fucher Creek 3o Mc-dicbe Grar.de Prairie Paris !9 Lorc.'t! 43 S9 1. Prc Arnsterdani 45 oo 0 .'Xo loiyo Brando trial tuider >vay BOLOGNA. Ita'.y 'EeutEri French co-star. American actor Marion Brando Maria Schr.ei.ti-r. CO: itacan ci- goes on trial here today for ai- rector Bernardo Bretc-incci. legedly offending common de- producer Aiher.o Grimaldi. ar.d ceacy with his part ta the prize- distributor Uba'do Matteucci. v-uming Elm Last Tango in Tr.e trial the seizure Paris. of the controversial film or. the The charge carries a possible orders cf a Rome r-ubiic prisoa senterce of three rnocths c'jtor at'te- r. bad been sr..r.-.-i to three years. fnr 'c-'-r in Italian Brando is charged with four theatres last rr.or.th. Famine, death threaten India as ro --ore trs F.3 cc-rt of tbe f-.rce UD frt-rr. r.; per cert in Xo-.em- VENTURA HOTEL ENTERTAINMENT 16 Nights A Week Jan. 29 to Feb. 2 by Vocalisf-Gjilarisl frsm 'Eettttr1 r...'.'..r.n titan :heir rrio.-tties. phi- is Ir.dia cf tr.e tjtai rruLtoa tr.eir thrust.'' Mr. Ar> -ith s-arvatirr. ard der- htt by tiers on aided A.ti-.cush t're -ho ore of ti-.j-.'.ors: ir; Dr. G. Sea; titat ar.yc-ne r.r.s died >caj-s. Oai Ba> House leader of the trcm r.ur.irr 'r.t dry vrs f.r.c I re.te: tvc-mar Cc'-se-.-a-i-.e Pary. to a rievper.- cor.! :r. tra' tr.e sr-evcr. trr. by of Varara-r.tra ta.ied to ari-triir.g As ot tarr-ers are re- 'rrrt -c the ut tr.o Drug smuggler fined BIAF-RITZ. -'API Richard a farmer frotn New Par.ver. B C. was SC--'erred T'r.ursdav to f.-.e years ;n j.-t1. and a fine of S'.t1.- f-'Xi for to smugsie r-j-r? pjj'jrds nf hashish ir.to France concealed in a false gas tani-t c-f his car. Eov.-rr.a-t. a native of Strar.- te-. Pa., told the coun that he refose-d to r.arre. approached him in New Dc-.-.ver last year f-.d asked h i r.: to cor.vev the hashish to the Vr.ited Stats from Morcc- co. Ke bxjucht a new car ir. Carrrary -.vhjch was set up by faise compartrr.ents made ir. U.S. to e.-act'" resemble the cri-lr.al. Fiedericton Ch.catd Mir.rL-apo'.is, Nrv York I.o- Ance'.cs De.-ver Us Veras hoe.tix Konoiuiu ti To- 14 .O day and >auirda> Mostly Mmny. about Lows t-'i 5-1 ii ab.uc. 17 'Mwiii-ine Today: 24 Ciov.d> Lows abou; II I'1 e. Sa-iuruay: Sunny. Hirhs _5. 29 Columbia Kooienav Today 4 ar.n ior.ir.hi: Mostly clear. Htchs near :reer_rjc. 15 13 to 2! Sunny with a c'.oudy rc-ic-rls L- tlt to tti.tc- of hillions m to r.c- i'-ccrr.ir.. of the F-'r( t.-.- to F itntiiat.f.r, po.-cv prcj-tr. i OLiVETTI CANADA LIMITED r I; now accepting APPLICATIONS f.-cm your.g man interested in c marketing or career, a For appointment phone V Mr. D. J. McDowell H 327-2555 hive :e- T'r.oy fsce rf hecaiLW o: ;res. Scroo'.s ar.d factories in Trd5 'Aintcr's :cre in r.LX. scrap fiwiild have replaced by tr.riffs to 5upplio5 ar.J prices, the as an .inL to U'.c cli.nrman of the Fed- ora! Power Commission durinp Li'f1 Konr.i'-dy and Johr.Mm nd- Multi-Unit Press DRILL TRANSPORT or 15' wheels standard equip- ment Bearings 1" j sealed Timken roller bpcnnrs Frame 2x3 recfnngu. lar steel tubing Chains Fr00' sfrenglh ch in Pins Heavy c'uty -4" diameter Weun'r.g Erackets 3 i angle or 3x2x tubing H'nge Ad- jus-'ajle fcr any width GENERAL SUPPLIES Courts Highway Phone 323-1141 i. A> OK o.fii TOIXIY OF POUTS OK ENTRY (Opening nrnl 'nt- Wb.l'r lli'il.-o h.lH no im- HI'' 1-1 r r: P- r r.i. 'n P p i-. to p "1 KlivC.VC. R.T ?4 h, I'lrihul r -r in Mr mtmn closwi, R ji rn ;n .i p m. ;