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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE lETHBRIOC: HERALD Tuesday. Junutifv 30. News in brief ls availuhlr 1.1 ri'A'-1. v-'r.v u-'nciher Affairs Mi rosier Herb dray said background VLi'.Ja-" '.r.ac firal reports from stiMies, :v irons srcl reconimen- iv puces and incomes onions would be rno disposal c will N? oir. u; ne'.vly-fonr.eii Commons cue Murse. They would be LO siuciy high food Available ween they were Q. c.xed 10 e-.c pubdc. Mr. Gray said. He replied hi ihe Ccnrrnons to Others are still being iraas- Leader Robert trafficker jailed Vr'.v VOP.K Svcvslve." t" 5- i" TLV.ers'. r-jc-.1. "'.'c- Ricorxi. French-ben row a earner.: S3 :n? resident oi Af-uiK-ioii. rarcoiics -j-arfuxr.- ever Judge John M. ce- 10 :_: I'rJied clrrec. "Thii is r.oc an -.vh-i is He fenterctd or a ht-ad of a nude a fev, Thi? 2. c cour- ic-? end pro-Tec: from :r ar.d suffering c-vr-vcrL1- re has e.iual figures for wreal-ved upon sociov-" Unemployment cut ami OTTAWA CF Fi--aDCP pay for bsur- John Tirr.er said Mon- wiihoui assist- in the Corr.zions the gov- arcs. is aimirs :o louver 'he The rate, season ur.erriployner.i race telc-'w sLx at 6.5 cen: b Elecezi- PC- ceir. year. ,vr. He -.vis 55seo r-y Lr.co r Mr rr -AS 5 rot '.re ac'jepy; an a rate, rs'e -V icicai be z jcb p-cr cert, '.he po-jri 2; Vnic'n em- TT evermore r0 plcyer-empioyee coniribuaor5 work. Ottawa plans changes in National Housing Act TOROXTO (CP> Him Caf- fovd. minister of stale for ur- ban afairs. said Monday he will introduce legislation loday rail- ing for federal leadership and assistance in creation of new eommunities in land assembly and a ranee of programs for low-income housing. Jlr. Basford, speaking lo the annual conference of the Hous- ing arid Urban Deveopment As- sociation of Canada, outlined other proposals to amend the National Housing Act. They include: A program for repair and rehabilitation of existing hous- ing: program to enhance and preserve urban neighborhoods: and generous provi- to encourage non-profit cooperative housing; Provisions to allow the Mortgage Insurance Fund to complete unfinished houses and to grant mortgages pursuant to a warranty scheme. The minister said all levels civil of government must co-operale i ment nor any provincial govem- along with industry lo tackle ment nor any municipality in the problems of price and Canada has yet moved very tar availability of serviced land for I iji Die development of a corn- housing, i preltensive prlicy to meet or Mr. Basford said the. price of manage this problem." he said. land increased eight per cent on a national averaee and per' cent in metropolitan areas in last few years" "an unacceptably rapid rale." I He said increases were higher i in Toronto, Vancouver. Stidbury i and Ottawa. ''Urban land pric- es are. in many cases, rising much faster than other j he said. "Fewer people are able to af- ford home owneship." he sajd. "More row housing a'.id r.part-! prjot "newspapers are openly ex- men ts are being built lo econo- pressing fear that the bitter dis- mize on land while lot sizes and now raeing between Cy- floor areas tend to be reduced." prjo! President Archbishop Ma- Mr. Basford said that by fcarios and commando leader year 2000 urban population will have doubled and development of acres of residential land in 19 urban centres will be required to accommodate the war 71 ear NICOSIA (AFP) Greek-Cy- growth. "Neither the federal govern- Most of oil spill damage iu Jolmstoiie Strait area Uuioii office ing the noose A f.r? bomb '.Town a second- we ccn' floor of the Teamsters" ''He'? 't liie it." he ace hi? nicr.e'- biihaing ir. Vancouver e j sr.A fire damace arid 5771056 v.e're ce'V'C damase 10 office Ia--m A ;.-.ter. a: -e :-aV nis- m -an csll- Cirsdisr. dirw.or ed Sun and sev- union. He t'-e '-ia been done by G'.ym cf 5l. Hill Monday carrying h 5 %vh ch s'-ung a -ocse hancing a pocse; Mr. Messreau weir? 'c see csr abolished. is currency debat- .-2 'ec's'stion ex'end tne rr-cr3'cri'jm en cccitol punishment TwT ys rs. 5ee s'c-v ccg- (c? Wirephoto) ;ocial speiicling cut? ci Senator r.a Plan pet health TORONTO CP' re: owners m Metropolitan Toronto soon sriii be able :o health ir-rjrance for thetr does ar.d sor.i'vai cats, ihe secretary oi the Tor- plsr. Sivjrcay. onto Academy of Veterinary "The ras MediCtre said Mcr.day. ;i-e reed to people Dr. Wallv Storehouse said '-heir veierir.sry bills which are an interview that an accident beoxriir.? trtc.-essinjly espen- and health L-.surar.ee clan for s..e. LT. lln --ir r'-J pels ee tnrrcQ'-iced in a Metro Scar- Consultant named OTTAWA Jerry Mr. Prir.cle has been as of Chillr.vack. B.C.. tie- attd '-vith iced production teated Liberal candidate in the cessha ar.d distribution Li riding" cf Fraser Va'ley Ea.-c em Canada for '1-i years. the Oct. 3D ser.era! Mor.day was named a spec's', DfalllS consultant on agricultural iocd costs to Agriculture Minister ,_ era Eugene Whalar.. 2 wro w-ote ur.cer her forrr.er nair.e of Vera Rm de Car- Democrats rap budget THE CANADIAN PRESS For Sale Used Industrial Trailers, Kitchens, Washcars, Offices, Bunkhouses, Diners and Motel Unils. CONTACT: BRIAN WltSON ATCO (Western) ltd. Phona Calgary 242-1101 jn s rinns ro f ish Wilbur Miils. chair- r.r L- fields c: ;he House of Represer.- -der from es that wTites but his approved of NLxcn's ay -.vas welcomed plans to hold down spending. The f the hudzer; w-as congressman said he a recvgr-iiicn by '.rlth the p.esident that rf Congress that a increase can be or soer.dir." i.- by holding sKnciinz at the level increased tsx prop-x-e-i :iy n[ Lnfaiion. cui se1.e-al biill'T.; of h Nixcn cellars fi'om clannfd prcerams and health, ho'jslnz. r. re ar.c aid to the peer. record of nearly Mar.y of the pro- the ;rar grams v-ere arr.ci-.r t.-ie Great abcu; e.glr. Society measures -irrocuced by c-urrer.: f_nan- h_s predecessor. Lyndcn Jcnn- B.C. shipbuilding subsidies souht Nixor. esplaiiliig his asan- c: cz them. they '-sacred cows' t.-.a" or failtc to e their WL-rth. "Tr'r.cn.1 oi Fresicrr.- "i-anl-: P.. y CO. a-, smtajr bo-.er 'CP- Premier. 'i-ai deiea'.er; by vote pi e :3jr; is "s -n Sxiii Lib- a ths' J fec.rii oral; and Crnjrr- SMbiicies ;o Colum- i--s il-o ;.5-rea: House are bii ;hj rT.-s--jr.sr.: Sacia: Crscl: I_> Police seek motive for bomb PORT COLEORXE. Or.'.. CP Pohre say they of no n-.oti'.e ir. :he parcel bomb exp'.K-icn Mor.dsy wh-Cr. Sen; a vr.do-.v and her son tj multiple in- Mary and her son. Larry- Michael. ia c.-ic- cal condition. Police say tlie mother and son received :he parcel in ihe mom- ing from a deliver.- service the explosion apBarer.tly as the son ;ned to open the package. j ALERT BAY B.C. (CP) Federal environment and trans- port department officials made a close aerial and ground in- spection Monday of about 20 miles of coast south of this northeastern Vancouver Island village and said most of it was pollution free. i Chris Hatfiold. manager of ihe environmental emergency branch Derations centred here, i said most of the 100.000 gallons of oil spilled by the i freighter Irish Stardust appar- ently well down Johnstone j Strait and went ashore only in coves and bays facing nortfi- i west. HARDEST HIT B-.it on Cormorant Island, hardest hit of all the islands af- fectea by the heavy black scum, abo-: men and en and ecuiprr.en: werk- ed througrh the dsv to cleanuo four rr'lei o: liy polluted beaches. The small Inland j-.oup i'-ji io tre east '.vrs ETjd er ws will be fen: to Ihc-m and other ciled as pricrir." areas are cleaned. Si.rr.oa a r. d herring areas were ail b: passed by uve oil that swept douTi as far as the C-ui: Islands and ar.d workers have all but the last traces of the bunker thai hit a major private clan bed. more birds were at the "rensbiiitatira cenL-e" se: i.p at the .Alert Bay an-d Canadian Ser.-ice biolozis: A Morris EGid the birds vill be fiov.T. to- day to th-e Riefel waterfowl refitje Li Delta. Five dead birds have been taken tj the centre whrere they will an air.opsv to the exac: use of death.. A cozen or two other carcasses have been sighted ar.d officials suspect there may be more. Past statistics have that for every desd bird lOLTid after a-, cl spill there are about ten never seen. other arjDsrerjt --nlalife victim of the I Work will continue today and probably for about a morah on cleanup operations- and the men and equipment will move pro- gressiveiy southward uijtil have finished the job. Gen George Grivas may lead to civil war within the GreeL community o! this Mediterrs- nean island. Cypriot Foreign Minister loannis Chiistophides, who ris- ited Athens last week, returned to .Vicosia after having failed to get Greek government support for Archbishop Makarios. Observers said the Greek gov- ernment's neutral attitude was likely to favor Grivas and his partisans, whose recent terror- ist activities have resulted in a dangerous situation among Greek-Cypriots. Makarios accused Gnvas a press conference Saturday of leading the island towards Grivas was expected to reply to the archbishop's charges by stepping up his com- ma-do arjviries throughout the island during the nest few (Jays. Weather and road report SUNRISE WEDNESDAY I SUNSET i H L Prc Ulhbridje...... 51 23 Pmcber Creek 4o C3 Medicine Hat -IT 2 Edmonton...... :i 3 Grar-de Prairie E r 'i Pertictor. Prince Georse Karr.iooos 11 -S 16 5 2fl -5 .07 C2 -10 .0? Rcgina Toronto Otta-.va Montreal S: John's Halifax Frcderictor. New York Miar-i Los Anieles Lar Vegas..... Hcr.olulu.........81 R-rne.......... 59 23 Paris........51 45 Lor.coa M -.3 Berlin .....tf fi llosco-.v......... 5 -5 .CO 41 Stockholm....... 34 30 Tokyo...........52 32 FORECAST: Lcthbrirtge. Mrdielnt Cloudy periods. Winds 20 and occasionally pnsly. Highs in the mid-405. Lows 2.1-30. YV e d n e 5 day: Sunny. west winds, Hishs near Calcan- Today: Cloudy pe- riccis." Winds WJO in west- e-i Highs S5-iO. Wednesday: Mainly sun- ny with gusty wes winds. HigTj. 35-40. Columbia, Koolenay To- day: Intermittent Winds ri.-ir.g to so'jtherly 15 this after- r.c-rn. Wednesday: Mainly clcudy. Srov.-fiiirries in the r.or.tkg. Highs both days 30 to 35. Lows totiieht 15 to 25. MONTANA Fast ef Continental Dividf wes: par.ly cloudy Scattered snow western trictlntairs la today and to- ar.c across ih-e south r.eiday, Wiccy along the ean slopes of ro-kies Hirhi today Wednesday 53 to 45. Lovrs rr.nigrit 15 to 20' ex- 15 to 35 windy areas. of Continental Dividf snow today acd w- t: i g 1.; clearing Wednesday. Hizhs days 25 to 35. LJWS to-drlit 10 to :o. Holly Car.r.a- 7 rela. who rlavec 'L'e r'J" 5-'v Pnnd Inin. Birr.- he Cajj.-d. .vi, a Eoversment edu- in ocrson t.te propel or of an Dc-cerr.h-r as a ra- c: a aootlt -j> off. ka-e bv the i Guam-Ncouro Oya- lo PEACE SAFETY JOY WHERE IS IT FOUND? SHORT TALKS OPPORTUNITY TO ASK QUESTIONS AND MAKE COMMENTS ANYONE WELCOME 7.30 p.m. FRITZ SICK SPCRTS CENTRE lllh SI. and 5th Avc. S. Room No. 1 TUESDAY, JAN. 30 Subject: "THE PLACE OF SAFETY" COME. SRING YOUR BIBLE AND YOUR FRIENDS rcatfirrned the fed ccvern.T.er.t1? su> :t S'.utn and said i coes that North Viet- rr.ese troops have any risht -emairi on So'jfn LEGION BINGO EVERY WEDNESDAY at 8 p.m. JACKPOT BLACKOUT IN 56 NUMBERS OR LESS ll.-icreasing oro number per week until won) Ul GAME S50 JACKPOT CAME 525 (XI 10th GAME 5500 JACKPOT IN 51 NUMBERS F8EE BUS 5ERV1CI HOWE AFTER BINGO MEMORIAL HALL PUBLIC MEMBERS AND GUESTS NORMANDY LOUNGE Children under 16 not allowed Sponsored by Ladies Auxiliary to Canodion THE BOSS LOADER RUGGED, DEPENDABLE To Mount One Man Operation To Remove One Man Operation Unique Integral Parking Legs GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 328-1141 riebMc on amenfj- to the throno rvnd cx- nr: a of c'.nficic'.ro in L'ovcrr.Tienl for ir.s failure to cope with uncmploy- MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC BOUTIQUE Mfl JANUARY CLEARANCE fcr? Continues LINGERIE PURSES Boutiques AND GIFT ITEMS 10rc to Off WIGS Your Choics fr Fragrances and Ck'ldr3n'i Eath Soaps to 50% Off Merle Norman Cosmetic Boutique OF s-.m V.M. COIT.TKSV DK snd di.-iricl are in g'Od rivipa condiuor Iliglv.vay r. nonh lo Inn. Ilichviay 3. lo [he R C. Border ard Iliclnvay 15 lo Medicine Hal are all bare ar.d and in good driving conditio.-.. 1. Trans Canada Highway. Calcary to is also ui pood driving condition. Banf Kevelstoke has been ani sar.ded is n .Ciiod with occasional slippc-n1 sections. Banf-Radium and .Isspor havo plowed aid and is mostly bare and dry uitri some slippery Motorisij ore reminded that sr.ov.- tires or properly lilting chains are mandatory in all na- parks and oa ski access roads. tOl.LEC.EMAi! CHONE .r POHT.'! CF ENTRY fOpen-.r; :M Closins Timcsl: Coultj 21 h.vjr.-. Carn-r.y 9 a.m. to 6 p.n; a m In 6 n m R C o anl 6 n n, Kinc-c.i'.f. D.r T) hour.': S sir 'n rinsed; Wildhorjr, 6 t m. ,i p m. ;