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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ihunday, June I, 1972 THE IETHBR1DGE HERALD 19 Smoking costly in Newfoundland ST. JOHNS, Nfld. (CP) A1 on increase of 212 doubling of most tobacco taxes I per cent since 1966. and record spending ol were announced today by Finance Minister John C. Crosbie as he introduced tha Progressive Conservative gov- ernment's first budget in the Newfoundland cgislalure. Mr. Crosbie'a estimates showed total revenue ol including 900 in appropriations-in-aid for capital and current accounts, leaving a budgetary deficit of However, debt retirement and guarantee requirements total- ling bring the amount needed to Mr. Crosbie also announced elimination of the provincial subsidy paid to parents of school children and a decrease in government support of uni- versity students. The subsidy in effect for five years, cost the government million annually and was paid to parents at the rate of a year for each child in school. The Canada student loan floor for students is to be raised to from Previously the province assisted university stu- dents financially if they needed more money after being eligible He said the government would Institute a four-year financial plan to nurse the province back to economic health. for prov oney incial aid. The increase tobacco taxes are expected to add million to provincial revenue this year. Tiie increase, effective imme- diately, will raise the price of a package of cigareles by 10 cents. Cost of a package of 20 cigarettes previously ra n g e d from about 60 to 67 cents, in- cluding a 10-cent provincial tax. Mr. Crosbie said the total pro- vincial debt at March 31 was Convicted of dangerous driving WINNIPEG (CP) Dal Wesley Weeks, 21, of Edmoi ton has been sentenced to on year in jail and received three-year driving suspensio alter he was convicted May 1 of dangero'.'.s driving. Weeks had originally bee charged with causing death b criminal negligence in conne tinn with a traffic mishap la December in which two eigh year-old Winnipeg boys wei killed. In passing sentence, Mr. Jus lice R. J. Matas told the Cou of Queen's Bench that the ev dence was clear that Weeks a tempted to run an intersectii and did not see the two boys. LEB. Noon to Midnight JUNE 10 Precipitation! WARM JUNE EXPECTED Near or above-normal temperatures are expected during June, according to tho 30-day outlook of the United States weather bureau. Precipitation will be light on the prairies, moderate else- where and heavy in portions of British Columbia. The out- look is not a specific forecast and changes may occur. Bottomless dancers get fine EDMONTON (CP) Two oE the city's first bottomless dan- cers were fined or 30 days Wednesday after Judge Lucien Maynard said that their per- formance had nothing "artistic and uplifting" about it. He fined Darlene Agatha Campbell and Linda Albcrtina Mlynarchuk finding them guilty of taking part in an im- moral performance. Pierre Cochard, proprietor of Chez Pierre, an after-hours club where the performances were staged was fined or three months in jail when he was found guilty of allowing an immoral performance to be presented. Ivanna Ariston, also charged in connection wilh the perform- ance, did not appear for trial and a warrant lias been issued for her arrest, police said. Defence counsel Leon Prodor said the decision will be ap- pealed. Judge Maynard ruled in a 38-page decision that the per- formance was "base, indecent and immoral designed, or- ganized and executed for the sole purpose of financial gain. Postpone trial of two Nazis VIENNA (AP) Trial against two former Nazi SS guards at the Auschwitz concen- tration camp was postponed Tuesday when a female juror fainted during testimony of a Canadian witness. The incident happened when Rudolf Vrba, 47, of Vancouver gave his account of how Otto Graf, 52, ss a guard in tho camp where nearly three mil- lion Jews perished in the Second World War shot a prisoner be- tween the eyes for sleeping in a box car. Vrba said the his name was not was previously beaten by Capos- prisoners in charge of other in- prevent further pun- ishment by SS guards. SS guards among them Graf re- gardless of that beat the man afterwards. Vrba said Graf then had the inmates assemble, made a speech to them and shot tho prisoner. The witness and an- other prisoner had to carry tho dead man away. Earlier Stanley Golvin, 54, from Toronto appeared as a wit- ness and was visibly shaken when he saw Graf in the court room. He explained to the court that Graf repeatedly beat him in the concentration camp. Franz Wunsch, 60, Is the other defendant. Graft and Wunsch are charged with having taken part in mass killings of Jews and to have individually shot or beaten to death several In- mates. The trial started April 25 and is expected to last eight weeks. UNPAID BILLS Indian telephone subscribers owe nearly million in unpaid bills dating back to India's inde- pendence in 1947. BUY AND BUILD NOW! A New BEAVER FENCE I You get privacy and protection, plus increased property value I wilh a stylish new fence from Beaver. THE "HIGH RANCHER" Simple, easy to construct 36" high boundary fence. per Linear Foot Distinctive privacy fence that Is strong and attractive looking. Same design both sides. Avail- able at 4', 5', 6' high. Per Linear Foot For 4 ft. high FREE ESTIMATES BEAVER STAIN Heavy bodied slain in while, rustic red, cedar, avocado. Ideal for fences Per Gallon 1x4 FENCE BOARDS 6 FT.........EACH 23 8 FT...... 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