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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LiTHBRlDGE HERAtD Tuesday, Novcmbpr 2. 1971 f.MllNKT Dr. Nruf. iiliovt1, hern nnmt'tl Minister nf uf Nnrtl'mi Irrhml hy I'ririir MinMrr llrian Fnulk- i'nliint'1 minister in the i nimtry's history. SUIT Mfs want collection i dean coni'icled i An- man covered the man's mouth urc, nr.d hustled him out of the cd court, iv Cillic said nean tfrmch-Bey- lagh was guilty of inciting or A encouraging members of the Rl: ck Sash, a c'ivil rights organ- of women, to contravene ihe law. The clergyman had j pleaded not guilty lo charges in j j an indictment under iiie Terror- f-' ism Act. Student shot in campus melee WILBEF'iKORCK. AP> i tin liance on the Wilherforce A .-.indent shot dead snd I'liivcTfity campus. They re- r.vo others were iniurrrl parly i turned two hours later when the it-day v.-hen about -In trouble had died down, they from two colleges ofi I said. for a fight, authorities reporud. youth was identified as Mantel Crenshaw. '12. of Ken- Wilbei-foi'te fresh- ti'f n: gov- .'arnicrj not In much '.'heat as in pre- I'ayments were 'o Al: Gleaie iNDP R.t'L'ar'. Mr Olfon ou rj'ayments were o fur a of reasons. nme cast's the applications irme.-s seemed at fault, it no: al! o! Ihe cases rieal- payments to the depart- Troops removed from eombal President Nixon's plan to speed up the disengagement of U.S. ground forces from the war. The sources speculated that the Nixon administration is thinking in terms of a residual force of -in.000 to 50.000 ajid perhaps July 1. Deactivation of the American Division Sunday leaves only one full t'.S. combat division in Vietnam, compared with the equivalent of 11 l-.'l divisions at the peak of the war. SAIGON fAPi Thirteen more I'.S. Army units totalling men uere removed combat today, prior to with- drawal from Vietnam. tiie U.S. command American troop strength in the country was reduced to men bst week. Manila released the reporter had taken the girl, Susan Butler: her uncle. Stew- art liaab. and the gunman to a nearby pole- club where they Filipu. heater owned by Susan is tte daughter of Charles R. Butler, a local busi- nessman who is on a business Hip in the United Slates. 100 CooiosS3.30plustax Israel sllfffUS rtlli iul WASHINGTON 'AP1 Intel- settlement that, among other ligence analysts are telling I'.S. things, would include a ccase- I. officials thai Israel is strengin- fire, withdrawal of Israeli cning its defences along th forces from the canal, and Suez" canal, showing no sign of Kgyptian crossing of the canal intention to pull back. to clear and open it. The reports, circulated in the Defence sources said the Is- last 10 days, comes at a time raelis have thrown up a tall, when Israel and Egypt appear cal.tneri v.-aii the entire 10 d'Pl" icngth the a "us have been system of underground bunkers J269 Jhird Ave. S. trj-ing to arrange an interim linked hy trenches.___________ Initant Prints Copy Djv. offers the following: Graduate Nurses Refresher Program A course provided lo assist former registered iiL-ras regain confidence and in nursing practice. Monday, January 24 to Friday, January 28, 1972 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. daily FEE: (Includes texls) If interested, please write for more information. Farm Accounting and Finance 16 Tuesday, beginning November 16, 1971. to p.m. Coordinator, MR. ALAN HUNT Soils and Fertility 16 Wednesdays, beginning November 17, 1971. lo p.m. FEE. 335 Coordinator, MR. STEVE DUBETZ Sheep Production and Management 16 Thursdays, beginning November 18, 1971. to p.m. pEc. 535 Coordinator, DR. DAVID CLARK Financial Side of Living Program A special six lecture program for ladies in co-opc.ancn witu Home Economics Extension Service, Dept. of Agric, Managing Your Family's Business Affairs November 16, 1 to 3 p.m. Using Credit with understanding November 16, 7 to 9 p.m. Food-Clothing-Is this where you can save? November 23, 1 to 3 p.m. Laws Affecting Families November 23, 7 to 9 p.m. Teaching Children Money Management November 30, 1 to 3 p.m. Gotting Satisfaction when you buy China, Cutlery, Glcisswnre and Cooltwarp November 30, 7 to 9 p.m. begin Tuesday, November 16, 1 to 3 FEE: No Charge ploare register your intention to Defensive Driving Program Improve your driving by being exposed In in- of defensive Hrivinrj. Section C 4 Thursdays beginning November 9, 1971. 7 to 9 p.m. FEE: timitfid enrolment for cnch section 25 Typing Theory and Practice A course lo provide the opportunity lo learn the of typing or lo build spend and proficiency. 5 Tuesday and Thursday beginning November 9, 1971. 7 to 9 p.m. PEE: WRITE OR PHONE FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION___ REGISTRATION FORM Plcoie complete this form nnd return it to: SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION IEIHERIDGE COMMUNITY CO11FOE Mhbridgc, Alberta Phone 327-2Ml ADDRCSS...... TIimtONt MO. DATI: COURSE BEGIN3 COURSE FLT T 6 REVELSTOKE BUSLDiNG MATERIALS LIMITED LOCATED AT 1602 3rd AVE. 5. OPEN 8 A.M. TO P.M. MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY Reg. Special 1.95 2.80 2.99 No. 315 ROCKWELL SAW Revy Sez! We Do Sell For Less! CHECK COMPARE SAVE 12x12' 2 tone gold. 100% nylon Reg. 175.00. SAtE 12x12' 2 tone green. 100% nylon Reg. 160.00. SAtE 12xl3'6" 2 tone green. 100% nylo Reg, 180.00. SALE.......... green-gold. Propylor Reg. 130.00. SALE...... 12xl0'8" 2 tone blue. Propylon Reg. 182.00. SALE 12x9' gold. 100% nylon Reg. 132.00. SALE 12x7' 2 tone green. 100% nylon Reg. 92.00. SALE 5' wood step ladder. Reg. 13.50. Sale 5' olum. step ladder. Reg. 17.75. Sale Candy Stripe Shag 100% Heavy Duty Shag Propylon Semi Shag Sculptured Carpets up to 13.95 sq. yd Your Choice, sq. yd. Reg. Price 149.95! Special FLOOR TILE Reg. 23c euch T FLOOR TILE Reg. 29c 0 In llireo decorator colors i Mi foam h a c k I n a CHARGEX ROCKWELL BEAVER 9" BENCH SAW Quality-Engineered Features Stand Extension 22" x 38" table Up-front fence and blade control Easy-reading tilt scale Cuts stock 2V of 90 degrees IV at 45 deg_ree5. 69 PREFINISHED SHELVES Reg. 2.70. Sale Reg. 2.85. Snlo Reg. 4.25. Sole 2.30 2.30 3.45 DOERS .95 .95 6' wood step ladder. A A Qlj Reg. 15.50. Sale 6' alum, step ladder, ri VI i95 Reg. 19.95. Sale ri VI i ANTIQUE ENTRANCE FIXTURE Beadsd Crystal Diffuser on Copper holder. .......................S'88 NORGLO ELECTRIC FIREPLACE A striking combination of old-fashion-ci charm and modern convenience. Designed in lightweight metal, with 1500-watl healins element. Nolural- looking firelogs act 05 o separate unit providing glowing appeal. Auto- malic safety cutoff eliminates overheating. CARANO AQUAN JR. One-Piece Molded Vanity With Integral Backsplash! Elegant design in seamless molded Epoxy and Marble, for years of durable service. 18" depth makes it ideal for remodelling. Styled wilh gently sculptured, centred bowl. Complete cabi- net and top: 30" W and 18" D. Reg. Price 119.50 Other Sizes and Models Available THE BERRY ALL-STEEL OVERHEAD 9'x7' EASILY UFTED WITH JUST A NUDGt CARRIES PULL 5-YEAR Ono piece, easy-going, door operate! smoothly, quiclly. hoce nnd fromo are durable satin coal steel won't swell, shrink, check or peal. Weather stripping runs full door perimeter. Special bottom seal keepi door from freezing to ice. Guaranteed for full five years a fjuarnnlco unmatched by any other cjarogc door manufacturer. Offer based on existing stocks, limited quantities! Special GLIDER COTTAGE WINDOW Outstanding value for garagr; or eoltagc, one half homnntolly (easily Fixcd screen. Complfita with soih lock. Special MAHOGANY DOORS 21 Rotary cut, slain grade dccis, cially priced for your Fall Saving-.! Special 6 BUILDING MATERIALS LIMITED Starts Wed., Nov. Continues to Sat. Nov. 13 3 Special Offer 7-PCE. SAUCEPAN SET ramous Corninavvare quality in this set. Includes 32, 481 and 56-ounce saucepans with 'see-through' covers, plusl handle. Packed for gift-giving. Ok 97 Open stock value 22.95. Save 12.29. Special BOSTITCH TACKER Famous Bosfitch qualify in this powerful lacker, ideal for stapling ceiling tile and many other jobs. ,98 Reg. 19.45 Fall Sale Days Special 12 Complete with 500 staples TRUE TEMPER 18" Keg. Special 24" Reg. 5.18. Special----- 30" Reg. 6.30. Special 3.49 4.25 5.25 WEISER PASSAGE LATCH SETS Reg. 4.47. Sale..... 3 .S9 25' 12 VOLT TROUBLE LIGHT 30 watt bulb. Reg, 6.95. Sale 5 .99 CARTRIDGE CAULKING GUNS Reg. 1.59. Sale ,19 LIGHT BULBS 5 Year Guarantee CARTRIDGE WHITE CAULKING Reg. 55c each. Sale for 4' x 8' ARBORITE 4 colors to choose from. Special i i i Hearfwood Cherry To Clear White Liner Board Primed and ready to paint. Special Prefinished mahogany panelling. Revy brown and dusky...... Utiltiy prefinished panelling. Light and dark 2x3 7'8" Each 65 and 7' Economy Each RECREATION ROOM SPECSAL! 12' x 20' FAMILY GAME fiKHKjh neenniniodnfR any fnmily function rini3 rom. or PACKAGE INCLUDES framing Ceiling strapping White colling tile Vinyl-asbestoi floor tile Rotary Mahogany door with frame Prefinished mahogany wall panelling Vinyl base- board All naifs, cove, staples and necessary hardware Com- plete instructions. INSULATION AND ELECTRICAL EXTRA SPECIAL rALL SALE PACKAGE PRICE _ _ BLJlLlDINlB ALS 1602 3rd Avenue S., Lethbridgo Phone 327-5777 Ervin H. Buck, Manager Tueiday, Novtmber 2, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HtgALD IS Wrong approach for tax reform EDMONTON CCI'I Opposi- tion Leader Harry Strom says the federal government may he taking the wrong approach in its proposals for tax reform. "Essentially, our position is that tax reform must be eval- uated in the light of it.s effect on promoting the Social Credit leader said in a prepared statement. "If we are to encourage Ca- nadiaiis with discretionary in- come to invest to a greater degree in the economy, a capi- tal gains tax is not the way to go about it." Mr. Strom said that whatever the effect of a capital gains tax on the "mature economies" of central Canada, it would lie dis- tinctly disadvantageous for a young province attempting to diversify its economy hy devel- oping a strong secondary indus- try. SOCREDS DISAGREE The former premier said, however, without elaborating, that tJiere are aspects of the proposed federal tax reform hill (hat he believes are worth sup- porting. Mr. Strom criticized the posi- tion of Premier Peter Lougheed who suggested that the pro- posed tax reform be delayed for one year. "To propose a dels.y of one year in a bill which is already being debater] in the federal parliament is Hi) position at all." OITOSITION LEADER STROM Hit! gains tir Burgess holds out NHd. sawoff UCKKIls The Social Credit party also) ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) of the election would remain m could not agree with the fed- The man who may hold the key until nntloi- eral government's decision that j to the eventual outcome of last the employer's share of medical Thursday's Newfotmi care premiums should count as part of his taxable income. "Taxation of premiums would affect Alberta, as well as Brit- ish Columbia and Ontario. We cannot help but consider this measure as one that discrimin- ates against these provinces which finance medical care hy premiums rather than from the provincial general revenues. The implementation of this tax could mean the addition of million to medical premiums." LouglieecFs tax action criticized EDMONTON (CP) Pre- mier Peter Lougheed has shown little concern for low- income groups in announcing he will seek a delay in the im- plementation of proposed fed- eral tax reform.5, an Alberta kbor official said here. Gene Mitchell, executive sec- retary of the Alberta Federa- tion of Labor, said "the pre- mier is asking for another year of inequities." "Mr. Loughced is concerned because 21 per cent of Alber- ta's citizens would face a tax Mr. Mitchell said. "Apparently he is not reluc- tant to delay a tax decrease to the 54 per cent of this prov- ince's citizens who would re- ceive it." Mr. Mitchell iaid the pre- mier was catering to "the vest- ed interests of the oil and it was an indication the Progressive Conservative gov- ernment does not care about low-income groups. .______., --------mdland elec- tion says he will not decide which party to support until the legislature meets. Tom Burgess, New Labrador Party leader, told a news con- ference today he would support either the Liberals or Progres- s i v e Conservatives "if that parly initiates the reforms we of the New Labradc-; Party seek." Premier Joseph Smallwood's doubt in any ease until antici- pated recounts were completed. The official count is required by law to he completed within 12 days. Candidates then have 10 days in which to apply for recounts. "Lot me make it perfectly clear that I am not interested in choosing to make or unmake Mr. Burgess said. "I will vole for the best deal for the people of Labrador and for all the working people of this province." Liberals, in power for 22 years, I Mr. Burgess said he had been took 20 of the legislature's 42 offered cabinet posts by both seats. The Conservatives under parties. Frank Moores won 21 seats. Mr. He said if he accepted a pabi 1 Burgess was elected in Labra- dor West. Mr. Burgess said he had met with Mr. Smallwood and Sir. Moores and both had offered in- ducements in exchange for sup- ort. Mr. Burgess said the outcome net post he would remain a member of the New Labrador Party. WANTS COMMITMENTS Mr. asked i Burgess said he had both sides for certain commitments, including gaso- line tax exemption for Labrador residents, fish-holding depots for coastal communities and better medical services. He said Mr. Smallwood and Mr. Moores had agreed. "I must tell you truthfully that I am skeptical about the sudden determination that has been expressed to deal with the problems of the Labrador peo- ple TOM BURGESS Holds the key Egg thrown at Heath BRADFORD, England (AP) Prime Minister Edward Heath has been awarded an honorary doctorate of technol- ogy by Bradford University, but he got his trousers splattered with egg in the process. An egg thrown from a group of 500 stu- dents protesting the degree hit the ground near the prime min- ister and bits splashed on bis trousers. flemember last winter? Install 'em now! Other sires (II Slotted lups forgo-ahead traction in tread depth lor Icnn-life perfor- mance. 100% -1-ply Nylon conshuction. 2-plv Nylon cord body plus 2-ply Rayon bolt pives better mileago than conventional snow tires. Big 7" w-i-d-e nnd tread deepth tor better Stop'n Go traction. USE YOUR CREDIT BUY A PAIR We Have Southern Alberta's Most Complete Selection of Uniroyal Tires TIDF SAIES LTD i J gifvB. lUNiRDYAL LETHBRIDGE 1621 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5985 or 327-4705 a TABER 6201 50th Avo. Phone 223-3441 FERNIE B.C. Phone 423-7746 ;