Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
36 - THE ICTHBRIDGE HERALD - Wedneiday, March 24, 1971 40 MISC. ARTICLES FOR SALE BABY CARRIAGE, CONVERTS TO car bed. Good condition. 125. Phone 328-824B. 6351-25 NEW FORMAL DRESS AND MATCH Ing evening coat (size 12). Phone 328 4261, evenings. 5346-25 FIREPLACE COAL - 10 LB. BAGS, -Dart-mouth-HaUfax East), who gets up early Saturdays to take his son Danny to mosquito hocke;', said a means must be found to take the whole chUidl into account. Life-long labels shoifldn't b� stamped because of one act of a few seconds, or because of a few weeks of errant behavior. Mr. Forrestall, 38, echoed tba concern of other MPs with facilities for wayward youth. Jack Bigg (P(>-Pembina), a former Mountie, said few realize that under the Juvenile Delinquents Act cliildren of eight to 16 are often subjected to corporal punishment in industrial schools. These schools left mudi to be desired not only in physical facilities but also in personnel. "Can you imagine anything worse than an official spanldng at the age of eight?" Mr. B^ said the fixed sentences proposed in the young offenders bUl-wMch emphasizes non-institutional care-would be an advance over the indeterminate sentences und^ the Juvenile Delinquents Act. Overpayment ax refunds liglier in 1971 OTTAWA (CP) - The awr-age refund for overpayment of 1970 income taxes Is running 12 per cent higher than a year ago. With 1,032,243 income tax returns for 1970 now processed by the revenue department, the computer has found 918,523 taxpayers entitled to refunds totalling $114,259,322. That is an average refund of $124.39. A year ago, 965,664 returns for 1969 were processed by this time of year, witli 858,673 taxpayers entitled to refunds totaling $94,387,894. The average refund was $109.92. Refunds normally run high diu-ing March, when taxpayers who Imow they are entitled to refunds file their income tax returns well before the April 30 deadline. Those who owe more taxes than they have already paid in payroll deductions tend to wait until closer to the deadline to fiile their returns. New deal seen for Argentina BUENOS AIRES (Renter) -The new military rulers of Argentina began tackling crucdal economic problems today amid indications they plan a return to constitutional law by 1973. The three-man junta of armed forces chiefs, who early Tuesday ousted President Roberto Levingstoii in a bloodless coup, have made no statements so far on their proposed social and economic policies. But the informed newspaper La Razon said army Gen. Alejandro A. Lanusse, who Lev-ingston tried to fire Monday night, Admiral Pedro Gnavi and air force Brig. (Jaaios Rey pro. posed to hand over power to elected authorities Oct. 12, 1973. The military leaders hinted when announcing their takeover that they intended to keep the pledge they made when they placed Levingston in office last June after ousting President Juan Carlos Ongania. At the time, they promised to restore a democratic system of govei'n-ment in Argentina within tlio shortest possible time.