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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 IfTHSRIOGE MEHAID _ Sofcrtlnv. rv 77, IT3 Mujoruv i'mor Montreal (i; MC'NTF.EAL CF'' The Ga- shivlol 1.T the Games, pvr c-.-t C.i--i'ii--s and elusions on a i: cemrms- citv as stv .ini 1' P-.v. i-. ar.d Jan. 12. I's civ. ftr.itr.2s are telephone A tt-j-crttv across i-.ter-.iev.-s adit Ca- a.1 iationi of mere than 1 Queen five-dav Ol'eawu ro> al courle to '.v li i c h Baker fined ier wr.0 fl.-ed an employee frr a ccur. nere. L'tibo Sher-o-M: dollar. 1 Child slaver convicted d beer. Limited death penalty extension debate opens OTTAWA (IT i As the, siblp al all times, but when the 1 act with moderation and loler- Commons began dehate Friday j state sets out on a most deUber-1 ance it canrlot the de- on a Government hill to retain a path to destroy human life, I r limited death iwiuhy. Solicitor-1 then perhaps IhaMs one of tlic destruction 01 me. General Warren Allmand de-; most heinous acts of all. clared that the death penalty I "When the siate indulges in has no pbce in a moral society. murder, the result is a weaken- "Evectuion does not erase the 1 ing of the moral fabric of that crime of murder, it simply re- society, peats it." he told members of Parliament, who will not be bound to party lines in their votes. The government bill would extend for another five years the 1967 partial ban on capital punishment for most murders. _, such a low-minded act of, Th2c trial ban cruelty and revenge the state Dec. 29 contributes to the brutalization As before, capital punishment w-ould apply only to murderers Olympic coin income key to Ottawa support of society as a whole. If the "Killing is certainly reprehen- state demands that its citizens policemcn and prison Mr. Allmand. who as. a pri- vate member voted la 1966 for total abolition, said he still fa- vors total abolition of the death penalty. "However. I now am here as a member of cabinet and the legislation we are examining is the result of the collective con- MONTREAL (CPI The organisers of (he Munich sideration of that body, only stumbling block to federal games, which earned S219 I re- approval of the 1576 Summer lion from the sale of souvenir to plaush- Olympic Games is agreement coins, t'-e Canadian coTjniitee on -.he possible return from has high hopes for the sales of commemorative Olym- sales. Mr. Rousseau said. pic coins. Roger Rousseau, oommissioner-re-eral of the 1975 said Friday. j "To a larse extent." he told I reporters. "tue budget has been i approved. The only bitch is in i (tie possible income from coin mer.t, I believe that this bill mm represents the best possible pro- posal at this time.'1 He said the government ?p- He declared that the five-year parently doubts the amount that coin sales could earn and if they brought in less than organ- izers hope, the Games would be run at a deficit. trial ban which ended last mcrth did not produce aay evi- dence to shov that capital pun- "lf I co'jld see how capital The federal government must pvn-shment could in any way Rousseau said the coin approve the sale of the coins, give the public the protection it sales were "of capital impor- he added and it has said i; will really wants, thru I wouM cer- r.ot absorb any deficit from the tairly reconsider my present Games. po-inm." Sunshine soldiers o: iarya guarci. rila'.ts Bcsch. 7, -.vhose The co'. June 14 in :c- rivet' 15 B C. M- Berber from prison: when the girl lo confer with >ixon be'- cf C; bcse bef It. Ccl. r c.- ,-r-r expected depa shcrts ct tn rlure for Vietn (foregroun Montreal am this w d; and Longs P eekend. Robert inle arm- for Olympic financing because thev were "the largest source of income for the 1976 Eased on the experience of Stl'LKP I Reds storm Tav Ninli in final land-grab iuito third week EDMONTON 'CP1 The strike cf stewardesses employed i by Canada's largest charter air- lirs. Wardair Canada Ltd.. en- it; third n-eelt Fridav uith Weather and road report SINM5E SATT'RDAY 'Brussels SUNSET Madrid H LPr, 46 39 50 3T T r.acpirr. Mr. Larome or.e Ln Octo're-. refused Berrarc a 21- Fr'-day to testiry at JacGues year senitenre tor tne s trial on a charge ot tn'jr- of i rmer or cerine Mr. Lapone. rr'-iste" rei ised to Sitnard a; first refused to go F.rse acquitted IsV. LONDON -Saturday's _ Division TV Into the -.vitr.ess stand and then month cf 'he o: Mr. Old Cour.rry soccer resuitit Aldei'sivX 1 Cr.ester refused to his hand on the Lacor.e in hts sectnd trial or. Bible. the charie. The first flf.! snded ENGLISH LEAGUE Earlier this weei Paul Rose, in a hunj Division I Deaths Coventry rrjtec Cr.-s'-a! P o Tcttenham 0 By THE CANADIAN PRESS cltarao'e- -T. srreens ccnreale-i tlte hvart rf a gi.ttle 2 S-tnaJriton 2 olKman-arne fon-jr.e. of a La Jolla. Cal-f J :fa.-. BirnunE-am 0 sell-inflicted wound. N'-.ish. 7-v vr.e n: U 2 NV-vtcr 0 Hollpvood. G. bes: kr.c--..T. actors, of West iiam J 1 Robinson. 79. "hose touzh V.oivrrhami'-in 2 JAN. 29th to FEB. 3rd TAROT AT THE 733- 13th ST. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLYI Diiisinn IT As'or. 2 Cardiff B' 2 Or.en; irrjley 0 1 Manifield 0 Creive 1 Cole-ester 2 2 0 Hereford 2 Lincoln 1 Eracford 2 4 Reading 2 I 2 Celtic 1 art is dead at 79 A family spokesman said the veteran of more than 4n plays and died Friday of CiTCer a'. Mt. SLnai Hospital. His '.vile. Jane, was Mith him TO have re- a special Oscar a; the i'.'V. .il'A" "Smy A v, a r d s cenemc-nies March 27. The Arts earher this to 'r-ra for his in Though for his gar.g- ster piayei rv e or'v ahvL7: M of s si of a in ade him a hu: o'.rer nemo- FORECAST: Lellibridge. Calgan'. Medi- cine Hat Today: Snnny. fll I'ttths near 20. Sunday, simny i for cloudy inten'als near tre mountains. A little 7- riildrr. Lows 10 to 15. Highs mr) Columbia. Koolenay To- day. c' clouding over b the evening. High in the i-wemies. Lo'.v tonicht It1. Sunday, cloudy. nj "A tV'.v s.Tcra-flurries. Hiphs in 32 L" 3d MONTANA 31 Fast of Continental Divide 13 .02 Partly clo-j-dy north scattered 29 snow south ending today. Fair 43 E" sections tcnisht and Sun- ray Colder tonight. 71 Sundry gusry westerly 43 along easr slopes by af- 44 Hishs today 20s. Lows 41 5 to 15 except wro M So 15 rxlo-.v higher valleys south- 23 Ktghs Sunday 25 to 35. 69 of Continental Dividp 45 today and Sun- 36 day. Scattered snow ove- 45 mountains Sunday. Highs both 45 days 2i to 35. Lo-.vs tonight S2 tens except zero to 15 41 zero higher valleys. EDWARD G. ROBINSON Kittc-r.'s 2 0 S'.nderiar.d 2 0 men about atergale GOV. allaCC r.vo fr-mcr r-f President r.-.hL-e: fcic'.r that laree 2 Bristol R 2 IP.ISII 7 0 G'.awon 1 4 0 I.--e i' '.Icntoran C r.a.-.3or C Lir.fieid 1 OLIVEHI CANADA LIMITED Is now accepting APPLICATIONS ounrj men intpieiled "i a marketing or management career. For appointment phone Mr. D. J. McDowell 327-25SS Ala 'AP cai case, the jury C-xrze C. or Ala- wa- il i Friiay. h.ima suratrj Fn- T'.S dis-ric: c-urt Judce John cay to cr.-r-'-ct a S'ri a to iern nvi'rectiy to an as- of it-.- tosti-ror.y n saisinaiion attempt Ma> voa-rs Tt.v-'l-', Vy that alroadv had resnl'jd in of ;r.-? nor :n satisfactory cor.dl- ii" ll'.e V'.'a'orrate Con. 1 l.iv Juni- Multi-Unit Press DRILL TRANSPORT or T5" wheels standard equip- ment Bearings IV sealed Timken roller bearngs Frome 2x3 rectangu. lar tubing i Chains proof strength chain Pins heavy duty V diarneler Mounting Brackets 3 x2xV angle or 3x2x steal lubing Hinge Brockets Ad- justob.'e for any width drill GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway Phone 3J8-1141 OFFICIAL A5 OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF A.MA Higl-.v-iy north to Edm-ori- and is also in pood kv-j 'o t'-e .r.c condition with some P.adium and Banff, r.ijhv'ays sanded, but B.C. border; Highway 3 ea.-: to Mfdic-.Tc Hat: a.nd all high- south of Ixfth'iridite aro .T.'-.i'.y F.v Roni.T hrr r. i r, Jlrv. '.-fi 'i p r !'.ir'l ion I Chur m. Cross w-'.l ,1 Nirr.xry st-.d PV- Mrtti.-ioe S'.'irs author- Mn'mi'lrr to p.iy tlic sum I io iiltl-.ouch no! the spo- nr.o'int. a-d rh-'.l worked in Nixon'i ram- fi- ;n winter condt- do r.avc snme occasional' slip- n cood vqnter (irfvinc mfmriatory when travellmi: mth occasional iiiDj-cry all nallonnl parks and n.inTf throtish Hovel- c- ski access roads In Banff sloke has bwn plowed aixl J.U-AV. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening Closing Contls hoii.-s: Carway 9 a.m. to C p. IT. Del Bo-ita 9 a.m. lo 8 p.m.; Roosevillc, B.C. 9 a.m. (o 6 p.m Kinpealc, B.C.; 34 hours; Porlhill Rykprts 8 a.m to midnigii; Cliiel MountaiD dosed; ft'ildlior-c', I e.m. 10 5 p.m. ;