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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Junt 13, Tax change benefits farmers RED DEER (CP) An offi- cial of the Canadian Cattle- men's Association y e s t e rday urged farmers to taKe advant- age of a change in the Income Tax Act. Chris Mills of Calgary said in an interview that under changes in the national legisla- tion, farmers with large inven- tory increases during a particu- lar year are allowed to put in- come tax losses into a holding position for use when they have a major taxable income. He said farmers who did not take advantage of this change previously may find it worth- while to file their 1972 tax statement again with addition- al information included. besfselling Vodka at the popularprice ALBERTA VODKA Alias 'Laivrence of Arabia9 Normand Champagne, who held three hospital employees hostage for eight hou's while negotiating his release from the Philippe Pinel Institute, is shown leaving the Institute in the CJMS mobile unit before his recapture Tuesday at Montreal. Cham- pagne, found responsible last year for the prison slaying of sex-murderer Leopold Dion, told a coroner's inquest into the death that he thought he was Lawrence of Arabia. Spain shifts to right MADRID (Renter) Spain's new government takes office to- day, and the political balance of the country shifts slightly to the right. Admiral Luis Carrero Blanco, 70 year old arch-conservative recently appointed prime minis- ter by "Gen. Francisco Franco, announced the 20-man cabinet Monday. It replaces the one that re- signed during the weekend fol- lowing the admiral's appoint- ment and comprises 11 new members, seven ministers who retain their previous posts and two changes of portfolio. OVER 120 STORES COAST TO COAST IN CANADA. .CJIlir JROAA AA on thls SAVE S200.00 Quadraphonic System _ _ _ m Four Speaker System 100 Compatible 8-Track Playback Deck 10895 40-1901 O C "Sound of the 70's" With Our 100 Watt Quadraphonic Receiver! 31-4003 Model Q-800.8-track low-cost 4-channeI add-on, perfect companion for QA-620 QA-680 four channel amplifiers! both Q-8 quad or regular stereo tapes.....automaticallyl Hinged cartridge door protect! unique tape head that automatically senses and adjusts to 2-channel or 4-channel tapes! Pushbutton that lets you select any program instantly. "Auto-Stop" push- button automatically halts player as soon as tape has finished playing. MC-1000 Speaker System. Full-fidelity speaker great for small apartments, limi ted spaca stereo systems. Rich, crisp sound compares with speakers costing twice at much. Acoustic-suspension 8" woofer, 3" wide dispersion tweeter. Powerful enough for high-volume listening, but sensitive enough for the softest Hz, RCA jack or screw ter- minals. 5-year guarantee. Realistic DTA-750 receiver. Features our exclusive 'decoder' circuit enabling you to enjoy synthesized 4-channel sound from your present 2-channel stereo records, or FM-broadcasts: plus all the 4-channel programs now widely available and those to cornel That's why we say this is the receiver for today AND tomorrow! FET FM front end pulls in even weak stations! OTL audio for full power at all frequencies! Ceramic filters m the IF strip for pin-point station selectivity! "Accu-balanca" control for left, right, front AND rear! SALE PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL JUNE ALL 6 PIECES FOR A SAVING OF s 200.00 Only H all items art purchased Reg. 727 42-259, SAVE 40A Turntable 164 95 Reg. 189.95 Deluxe 4-speed automatic turntible. Micrometer tracking adjustment and high-trackability; ttereo cartridge combine for accurate tracking M low ss gram. Automatic and manual-play spindle, viscous-damped cuing. g A DIVISION OF TANDY LEATHER CO. OF CANADA LIMITED UNE DIVISION DE TANDY LEATHER CO. DU CANADA LIMITtI 327-5th St. Sooth Phone 328-9466 Lethbridge Among those ousted was Gre- gorio Lope Bravo, the inter- nationally-minded foreign min- ister, who is replaced by the former development planning minister, Laureano Lopez Rodo, 52. Political observers believe the cabinet was unlikely to alter the outward-looking foreign policy of the previous administration but consider that Lopez Rodo, with slightly mare conservative views, would battle harder for a quick solution to the dispute be- tween Spain and Britain over Gibraltar. Both men are members of the international Catholic lay or- ganization Opus Dei (Gcrj's politicians of which had until now been regarded as hav- ing increasing influence in state affairs. But the Madrid office of Opus Dei said in a statement re- leased after the cabinet an- nouncement that Lopez Rodo was the only member of the or- ganization now in the govern- ment. Franco, who provided for the separation of the posts of chief of state and head of govern- ment in previous constitutional reforms, still retains a powerful grip on Spanish affairs. NEED CONSENT Abdication of the throne by British monarchs is forbidden, unless with the consent of Par- liament. Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS (MULTILUX) Canada pullout plan completed SAIGON (CP) The Cana- dian contingent in the Inter- national truce force has com- pleted a set of plans which would enable it to withdraw from the peace commission within-three weeks of the ar- rival of a replacement country. Maj.-Gen. Duncan McAlpine, Canadian military commander, says he can see no reason what- ever to prevent all 240 Canadian military personnel leaving Viet- nam within the government's July 31 deadline. He said in an interview firm plans are already taking shape for the Canadian withdrawal and these are being co-ordi- nated with those of the 45 or so e; rnal affairs department personnel in the four-country International Commission of Control and Supervision If a replacement country is found, he said, a maximum of three weeks would be needed to hand over the responsibilities which have been assumed by the Canadians in such things as command and control proce- dures, communications and air transport. "I set three weeks as the ideal but I could cut this drasti- cally if we had the general added. He said a maximum of three troop lifts wiuld be needed to get the men back to Canala, with about 100 personnel return- ing on the final flight near the end of July. NEED ADVANCE PARTY "The key to all this is finding out as soon as possible who our replacement will be and when they will McAlpine said. "Hopefully, whatever country is chosen will send an advance party of experts quickly so that we can brief them on the kinds of skills needed here." The general said the most ef- fective procedure to follow, .when a replacement is found, would be to have the new dele- gation get out to the teamsites and regional headquarters quickly so they could become acquainted with Canadian procedures at first hand. "But we will commit all our data and procedures to paper so they can be easily understood and quickly absorbed by the he said. "Nothing we have learned here will be kept a secret." A complex medical exam- ination will be undergone by all the Canadian military personnel before they leave Vietnam, "to make sure we don't take back any indigenous deseases by ac- and the men would be placed in hospital for four or five days after returning home for further checks. McAlpin said he did not an- ticipate language difficulties in the changeover since a number of Canadians here speak three languages and "all together we should be able to overcome any problems in that regard." "The main thing is, we're net going to go home in dribs and drabs. We're going home in properly formed the commander added. SPIKED BROWNIES AID GLAUCOMA FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) Brownies spiked with marijuana were used to aid glaucoma victims in a test on 100 volunteers, a Fort Lauder- dale eye surgeon says. Dr. Frederick Blanton said here he broke the law in order to administer the drug- laced brownies to both glauc- oma sufferers and a control group of persons not afflicted with the disease. "This drug that everybody thinks is so horrible is perfect for the 42-year- old surgeon said. Blanton said he fed 100 brownies, each containing 1 1- 16 grams of marijuana, to 50 volunteers ranging in age from 28 to 35. He said he measured eye pressure every hour and found that it began to drop within an hour and a half after the brownies were ea- ten. It started rising again after seven hours, he said. Glaucoma, a disease that affects about four per cent of the population, damages the optic nerve when pressure builds up from fluid in the eye. In advanced stages, it causes blindness. tflESSURE REDUCED Blanton, who has presented details of his findings at a sci- entific meeting at Johns Hop- kins Uiversity, said the spiked brownies reduced the eye pressure of test patients from 25 to 35 per cent. Ffty per cent of his cases experienced no side effects, 46 per cent felt a mild sensation, two per cent were so dis- oriented they couldn't func- tion normally and two per cent suffered abnormally low tension, Blanton said. ERNEST BROWN V 'PIONEER PHOTOGRAPHER' A film on the life and times of Ernest Brown, of the most noted photographers to record the early his- tory of our province, will be shown at the YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1973 8 .itL Tickets for this showing may be obtained from the Canadian Western Natural Gas Company office at no charge. The film !s approximately one hour In length which will be followed by light refreshments. Acquire your tickets early all teats reserved "I tried to get permission from federal authorities, but on seme silly technicality they turned it dovn." Blanton said. "I said I had to do it because I've got glaucoma patients going blind." An agent for the U.S. Bu- reau of Narcotics and Dan- gerous Drugs in Miami said he wasn't concerned about Blanton's case. "Marijuana in brov.TU'es is no real the agent commented. RCMP trains Indian recruits REGINA (CP) A training program will begin this year at the Royal Canadian Mount- ed Police training centre for Indian recruits. Jack Ross, assistant commis- sioner, said today eight recruits will be taken each year of the four-year program. Training will be shorter than the nor- mal six-month course required for regular recruits. Once they have taken the course, the Indian recruits wil] spend six months in an in-ser- vice ryogram under direct su- pervision of regular members of the force. They will be call- ed back once every two years for refresher courses. C. E. Musk, crown solicitor in the attorney-general's de- partment, said while the na- tive recruits will not receive full training they bring to the force special expertise in na- tive and northern affairs. The program is being financ- ed jointly be the federal and provincial governments.- Mourners killed at funeral services ISTANBUL (Reuter) Mourners at a village funeral drew guns today and shot dead nine persons over the freshly-dug grave of a local village magistrate, police said. Ten were wounded. The gun battle, apparently between two feuding families, broke out minutes after the magistrate had been lowered into his grave at Kiziltepe, southeastern Turkey. Among the dsad was Omer Kahraman of the Con- servative Justice party, his father the town mayor and his schoolboy brother. canaoian uuesyern naiuraLoas company i imne Drawings banned TOKYO (AP) Japanese customs officsl said yesterday ;hey have prohibited import of 20 drawings by the late Pablo Picasso because, they said, the pictures are "obscene." The banned drawings depict nude men and woman. They were to be displayed at an exhi- bition scheduled for Tokyo's Sogo department store. TV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY SPORT: Baseball, p.m., Ch. 7. Tbe San Diego Padres meet the Expos at Montreal. COMEDY: "Thicker Than 7 p.m., Ch. 11. A feud- ing sister and brother with a common goal to inherit their dad's fortune and rid themselves of his pickle factory. First of a series. MUSIC: Lawrence Welk, p.m., Ch. 7. The Big Band Sound is featured with musical salutes to the greats like Miller, Whiteman and Busse. CRIME DRAMA: Sarge, 19 p.m., Ch. 7. Leslie Nielsen guest stars as a reluctant paid informer and Sarge fcsto compelled to protect him.. MUSIC: Paul Horn Show, p.m., Ch. 13. Folk singer Valdy is Paul's guest. MOVIE DRAMA: "Kiss of a.m., Ch. T. Word reaches Princess Lucia in New Mexico that her father, the king, is dying and she prepares to return to Spain. REPEAT PROGRAMS: Banacefc, Jason King. THURSDAY MOVIE MYSTERY: "Dance of 1 p.m., Ch. 13. A millionaire playboy hires a private eye to protect him against the vengeance of a big-time gangster. RADIO and TV LISTINGS Programs are listed by the Radio and Television Stations. Any variation in program schedule is due to last-minute changes by the stations and is not the res- ponsibility of Lethbridge Herald. Morley McGiil and Allan Bell Contemporary Sports; Leo Dow Sunday Mornings. MONDAY thru FRIDAY News Buryl Clark News Clarke Farm News Cattle Prices Bjnl Clarke CH6C Contemporary News; Doug Mirvin Farm News; Music Wt Remembtr News News Sports Sports Bob Hesketh Grain Chec-line Oliver Chee Trading Post Call of the Land Leo Dow Dave King John Oliver Jack Neufeld Farm Paul Tessier CJOC News with Bill Skelton, Rad Whitt, Bill Matheson; Sport Brent Seely and Don Maclean; Farm and Ranch Dtwg Card WEDNESDAY NI6HT CBC News Newt, Probe 1220 7-50 News, Wthr, Sport News World at Six Phone Bill Show Prices Stan Bailley Show Joan Waterfield Bruce Bowie Show Elliot Jim Parsons T THURSDAT Jack Thys Jim Elliot Probe 1220 Wthr, Sport and Grain Jack Bsilley Show Probe 1220 World it Six MONDAY thru FRIDAY 6 a.m -12 noon Don McMaster 12 noon-6 p.m. Dall-0 6 p.rn.-10 p.m. Don Hedmen 10 p.m.-12 midnight Csnccrts, Overture! 6 and Encores (Bob Concie) CHEC-FM 100.9 SATURDAY t a.m.-12 noon Don McMaster 12 nocn-6 p.m. Don Hedman 6 p.m.-1 Dcll-O SUNDAYS a.m.-l p.m. Concerts, Overture! and Encores (Sob Concle) 1-2 p.m. The Hour (German program) 1-6 p.m. Don Hedman t p.m.-12 midnight Concerts, Overture! and Encores (Bob Concie) CBR Radio 1010 Calgary Rock WEDNESDAY NIGHT world at Six As It Happens Concern News, Sports, Wthr From the Capitals 10.15 Five Nights a Week World At Nlnt That's the Way This Country It Goes Written In THURSDAY Warmup 6: OS Eye opener World at I Eye Opener Radio Noon Stocki.iarket Take It from Hire Max Ferguson Bob Kerr BBC News Home Run News World 4 As It Happtnt The Lctliktxtgc Herald CHINOOK Saturates The Southern Alberta Market! over T Lethbridge and district readers bi-monthly. DON'T BUY ADVERTISING IN THE DARK! We submit our to regular scrutiny of Audit Bureau of Circulation and our circulation prac- tices to the discipline of their regulationsl Next Chinook June 26th (Advertising It Ju-e 20 n) CALL 328-441T FOR FURTHER INFORMATION! CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 5-00 Hollywood Squarw Plnocchlo CJOC News News, Farm and 8'30 Cdn Sports Report Ed Allen Lawrence Welk Sing Along Sarge Jubilee News Men Ami CJOC Friendly Giant Crossfire Mr. Dress Up 12 05 Movie: Sesame Street Kiss of Fire Lassie Ch. 6) Truth or Let's Deal Nancy Miller Galloping Gourmet Joan Waterfield Take 30 Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Hollywood CFCN-TV lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGHT tM Unlverslty_ of_Air Eye Set News Best the Clock Mannix 8: CO Mystery Jason King Paul Horn Show News News Merv Griffin THURSDAY Thought for Day Romper Room Canada A.M. Uncle Bobby Community Calendar Cartoons Parlon Francis Trouble with Tracy Supermarket Yoga Pierre Berton Lift Style' Family Affair Movie: Dance Death Somerset Another World the Good Word Anything YOU Can Do Buckshot Star Trek KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT i.oo News News Bob Newhart Mystery Cannon News Tonight Show THURSDAY Our 8: 9: 10! 10: 10: 11: 45 SaluM Agrlculturt As World Turns :00 Today Show News :00 Today In Montana Doctors in pyramid Another World of Hollywood Talking Hollywood Secret Storm 'M Jeopardy Mike Show 30 Who What Joker's Wild News ;SS News News :00 Bafflri News KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel S (Cablevision Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY NIOHT THURSDAY Days of Our Lives ViO News News 5 captain Kangaroo News Jacv ta Lamw Audrey Galloping Gourmet Youna and Rntless for Tomorrow All My Truth or Consequences Thicker Than water Movie: TBA Owen Marshall News Movie: Operation Heartbeat News General Hospital one Life to Llva Child Is Mina Dinah's Split Second Bewitched Pasiwora Kit my kniiarirn Thw on Match Njwiywad ;