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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Football star fined CALGARY (CP) Frank Andruski, an all-star defensive halfback with Calgary Stampeders, pleaded guilty in provincial court tos causing a disturbance by using insulting language on a 12- year-old girl. Andruski, 30, was brought before Provincial Judge Gary Cioni in a special hearing after regular court hours and was fined or 30 days in jail A police report read in court said Andruski approached the girl as she was getting off a bus in northwest Calgary Feb. 26 and said something to her which caused the girl to go home and report what he told her Andruski has been with the Calgary football club for eight years and has been voted an All-Canadian four times. Don't Overlook NOOK Coming Soon! British middle-class family tightens belt a few notches By KEVIN DOYLE LONDON (CP) The middle-class British family is tightening its belt a couple of notches as its poorer cousins look for easier times ahead following the new Labor government's tax-raising austerity budget. Meanwhile, the cries of the rich are being raised on all sides as they demand an easing of provisions they say threaten their wealth and future prosperity. Even death will involve greater costs if Labor has its way in slapping for tougher taxes on estate duties and other transfers. Taking a consenus of econo- mists and leading com- mentators, however, several general conclusions emerge about Tuesday's budget. Fundamently, it is unlikely to change the British way of life. It may ease the rapidly- increasing inflation which is dangerously near the point where it defies control. It will likely do little to stimulate investment, an essential development to increase exports and reduce the recent record foreign trade deficits. SUBSIDIES INCREASED The budget had two central features: It increased taxes on incomes, corporate profits and a wide range of consumer goods, from whisky and ice cream to electricity charges and promised to spend the equivalent of more than bil- lion on food subsidies. For the -moment, spending on travel, food, telephone bills, mortgages, housing rates and clothing remain unchanged but the government has agreed to increase rail fares and tele- phone charges in the coming months as well. But despite the increases, most say the sacrifices will not be severe. For poorer families, the sacrifices will be lessened considerably. They will find savings from milk subsidies and from a de- crease in social security pay- ments. But for the few Britons who earn huge annual sums, the budget poses heavy problems. For the family of four earning a year, their tax jumps to annually from and there is more to come, the government says. In the first place a wealth tax is being prepared which will place an additional levy on every family which owns wealth in any form valued at more than Besides this, a new form of gift tax is to be designed to prevent the better-off from avoiding estate duties by passing on wealth to their descendants before they die. Margo Oliver Weekend Magazine's food editor visits a charming little restaurant in Paris and brings you recipes for three of its house specialties. In this Saturday's issue. The Utkbrtdge Herald Cry over bodies Syrian parents cry over bodies of two children allegedly killed when Israeli forces shelled a civilian village in the northern part of the Golan Heights. Weapons stored in Canada OTTAWA (CP) Defence Minister James Richardson said Wednesday that nuclear weapons for Canadian aircraft are stored at three Canadian bases under joint control of the United States and Canadian armed forces. Answering a question in the Commons from Allan McKmnon (PC he said they are stored at Comox, B.C., Bagotville, Que. and Chatham, N.B. These are all bases for CF- 101 aircraft, charged with North American defence. Mr McKinnon was pursuing a question he raised in the Commons defence committee Tuesday night. Mr Richardson reiterated Wednesday that the nuclear weapons never are airborne. Canada has been out of the nuclear arms business for some time, but defence officials say the CF-101 squadrons are capable of using nuclear-tipped rockets. Mr. Richardson said the rockets are under Joint Canadian and U.S. control and that Canada at any time can send them back to the U.S. Save 20% Friday and reg. 990 pkg. 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