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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thundoy, May 31, 1973 Warships sale studied HALIFAX (CP) Rear-Ad- miral K. com- mander Maritime Command, said today selling four Canadian warships because of a man- power 'shortage is not the only option open to the defence de- partment. fie said the ships could be put into reserve fleet status or used by increasing the number of men available to operate them. Defence Minister James Rich- ardson told the Commons de- fence committee Tuesday dis- posal of four Canadian warships is being considered. Sale to a foreign country was a possi- bility. He said the four ships were tied up at wharves .with skele- 'on crews because of maritime Command's manpower ceiling. The three Halifax-based de- stroyers, the St. Laurent. Fra- ser 'and Ottawa, have boon in service on a rotating basis to maintain their readiness for use. The fourth ship, the destroyer St. Croix, is based in Esqui- I malt. B.C. Admiral Timbrel I said he didn't think it was fair to sug- j gest the minister was in- timating the sale of the ships I was the main option open to the I department. Exit taxes costly j JERUSALEM (Reuter) Jewish emigrants from the So- I viet Union to Israel paid I million in exit taxes between i last August and March this I year, a review published here II LU UJ O Z to THE FINEST RETIREMENT AND RECREATIONAL COMMUNITY Boy, ft C., Holfwoy -CanofJo matt a 60TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY MR. MRS. R.. C. FARRIS 1217-17th STREET SOUTH, tETHBRIDGE Reception Sunday, June IGth 3 to 5 p.m. All Friends Cordially Invited NO GIFTS BV REQUEST Modern voyageurs Two of the six-man tearri demonstrate their style as the group set out with a dog on a trip along North America's Waterways. The Edmonton crew hope to arrive in New Orleans at the mouth of Mississippi in time for that city's Mardi Gras celebration. 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List 2.09 SPECIAL 1 .49 Super Savings Everyday ot Open Daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Open Sundays and Holidays 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. "YOUR IDA and REXALL DRUG STORE'7 702 13th St. North Phone 327-0340 DRUGS SUPER SAVINGS 9 SUPER SAVINGS EVERYDAY AT THRIFTWAY SUPER SAVINGS EVERYDAY AT THRIFTWAY C Z O 90 i How MPs voted on hanging bill OTTAWA (CP) How members of the Commons voted Tuesday night on sec- ond in principle of the bill to ex- tend the partial ban on hang- ing for a further five years: FOR Liberals: Mackasey (Mon- treal Walker (York Bechard (Bonaven- ture-Iles de la Cube Davis Munro (Hamilton Chretien (Saint-Mau- Marchand MacEachen (Cape Breton- Trudeau (Mount Sharp (Eglin- Drury Turner Macdonald Pelle- tier Basford (Vancouver Jamie- son Lachance Gendron (Riv- eire-du-Loup Lablanc (Montreal L a 1 o n d e (Montreal Out- Faulkner (Peterbor- Allmand (Montreal- Haid- asz (Toronto Goy- er (Montreal Lang Rich- ardson (Winnipeg Le- febvre Aiidras (Port Gray (Windsor Stanbury (York-Scar- Gillespie (Toronto Etobi- Whelan (Essex-Wind- Ouellet (Montreal Pa- MacDonald (Cardi- Hymmen Langlois La- niel Boulanger (Montreal Mer- Cafik Mar- ceau Rompkey (Grand Falls-White Bay-Labr- Marchand (Kamloops- Reid (Kenora-Rainy Foster De Bane MacGuigan Breau Watson (Lap- Prud'homme (Mon- treal St. Cyr Cote Buchanan (London Caccia (To- ronto Corbin Cullen Danson (York Guilbault (Montreal St. Je- rome Penner (Thunder Fortelance (Montreal Roy Roy (Montreal Smith (North- Slew- art Lajoie (Trois-Rivieres Met- Begin (Montreal St. Blais Blaker (Montreal Demers (Montreal Duver- Dupont (Montreal Ste.- Ethier (Glengarry- Fleming (York Fox (Argen- teuil-Deux Gau- thier (Ottawa Herbert (Montreal Le- b 1 a n c McRae (Fort Oli- vier Pelletier Poulin (Ottawa Railton R o o n e y (Bonavista-Trinity- Stollery (Toronto Buchanan (London Conservatives: Hellyer (To- ronto Fainveather (Fund Stanfield Baldwin (Peace Diefenbaker (Prince Gillies (Don Alexander (Hamilton Grafftey McGrath (St. John's' MacDonald (Kingston and the Macquarrie (Hills- MacDonald (Eg- Marshall (Humber- S t. George's-St. Ritchie Forrestall (Dartmouth-Halifax Atkey (St. Baker (Grenville Beatty (Wellington Grey Dufferin- Clark (Rocky Ellis Holmes Morgan (St. O'Concr Reilly (Ot- tawa Roche (Edmon- New Democrat: Lewis (York Knowles (Win- nipeg North Douglas (Nanaimo Cowichan The Howard Peters Barn- ett Knight Brewin (Toronto Orlikdw (Winni- peg Saltsman (Water- Maclnnis (Vancouver Gilbert (Toronto Harding (Koote- nay Broadbent (Osh- Gleave (Saska- Nystrom (York- Rose (Fraser Valley Rowland (Sel- Blackburn Firth (Northwest Grier Barney (Toronto Scarborough Leggatt (New West- Neale (Vancouver Nelson (Buniaby-Scy- Nesdoly (Mieadow Olaussen (Coast- Rodriguez (Nickel Symes (Sault Ste. AGAINST Liberal: Loiselle (Montreal St. Laflamme (Mon- Clermont (Ga- Duquet (Quebec Isabelle Thomas (Maisonneuve-Rose- Yanakis Turner (London Guay Guay (St. Hopkins (Renfrew North-Ni- pissing Comtois (Ter- Corriveau (Fronte- Smith Trudel Wicher Dupras L'Heureux Camp- bell Caron Morin (Louis-He- Conservative: Rynard (Sim- coe Hales (Well- Fraser (Vancouver Woolliams (Calgary Dinsdale (Brandon- Hees (Prince Ed- Wagner (Ste- MacLean (Malp- Hamilton (Qu'Appelle- Moose Lambert (Edmonton Lawrence (Northumberland Alkenbrack (Frontenac-Len- nox and Skoreyko (Edmonton Patterson (Fraser Valley Ma- clnnis (Cape Breton-East MazenkowsM Coates (Cumber- 1 a n d-Colchester Crouse (South Nielsen Bell (Saint John- Danforth (Kent- Muir (Cape Breton- The Homer (Crow- Murta Kor- shinski Kuntz (Battle Paproski (Ed- monton Madill (Peel- Duff McCleave H alif ax-K as t Knowles (NorfoDc-Haldi- Schumacher (Palli- Thomas Stewart MacKay (Central Lundrigan Nmvlan (Annapolis Yewchuk McKinley (Hu- Andre (Calgary Arrol (York Balfour (Regina Bowden (Cal- gary Beattae (Ham- ilton Blenkarn (Peel Clarke (Vancouver Cossitt Darling (Parry Dick (Lanark Epp Frank Hargrave (Medi- cine Higson Hollands Horner (Battleford Howie Hueg- lin (Niagara Hurlburt Jar vis (Per Jelinek (Toronto High Park-Humber Valley) Kempling (Halton-Wen- Masniuk McCain McKenzie (Winnipeg South McKinnon Mitges Munrp Neil (Moose Oberle (Prince G e o r g e-P e a c e O'Sullivan (Hamilton-Wen- Reynolds (Burnaby- Schellen- berger Stack- house (Toronto Scarborough Stevens (York Sim- Taylor Tow- ers (Red Whittaker (Okanagan Wise ABSENT OR ABSTAINED Liberal: Sauve (Montreal Stewart (Okana- Blouin (Ma- Lessard (Lac-St.- Conservative: Scott (Vic- Carter (St. John's Haliburton (South Western Ham- ilton (Swift Current-Maple Nesbitt New Democrat: Benjamin (Regina-Lake Social Credit: Tetrault (Vil- Brinks robbers plead guilty to charges SAINT JOHN, N.B. (CP) Three Saint John men pleaded guilty today to charges in con- nection with the April 21 theft of from the Brinks' Canada Ltd. office here. Leslie James Dominey, 32, and Melvin Edward Downs, 37, pleaded guilty to the theft of the money while Ernest William Barker, 41, pleaded guilty to possession of stolen money. Downs and Dominey were both employees of the company in Saint John. The three men will appear for sentencing Monday. ;