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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE LITH1HIDOIHIP.ALD BOVWUBW News In brief Multi-lingual radio OTTAWA -Con- servative members of the Commons broadcasting com- mittee Thursday attempted to put forth a motion urging the CBC to recognize the need for broadcasting in languages other than French and English. The proposed pre- sented by Robert Coates Cumberland-Colchester follows on the. heels an issue Tuesday in which the CBC charged with suppressing ethnic program- ming. The charge followed a deci- sion by CBC Vice-President Lister Sinclair to eliminate live Gaelic programming on the CBC on Cape Breton Island over the next year. Snowballs kill man Wash. A 56-year-old crippled man collapsed and died Thursday night under a snowball barrage by several police said. Police said Manuel who had a history of heart was standing outside a supermarket when the at- tack began. Walking with the aid of a he Was trying to dodge the snowballs when he witnesses told police. Police Thursday night reported no arrests had been made in connection with the incident. Pipeline acceptable QUEBEC Premier Robert Bourassa says the federal government's proposal to build an .oil pipeline to Montreal would be acceptabe under certain con- ditions. the price of imported oil continues to rise and the differential between imported oil and western oil then the Toronto-Montreal pipeline could be beneficial to he said. Jailed for car theft EDMONTON Charles Lester of Ed- monton has been sentenced to 18 months in jail for car theft and 12 months concurrent in connection with an incident in which he drove away from a Check Stop location. Puff pleaded guilty before Provincial Judge Carl Rolf to car criminal negligence in operating a car and driving while blood alcohol content exceeded .08. The charges stemmed from an incident Nov. 3 in which police stopped a man and ask- ed for his licence and vehicle registration. The man drove away when asked to get out of the heading towards a who managed to jump out of the way. The car went out of smashed into a parked vehicle and stopped against a tree. Check Stop locations have been set up throughout the province to check for drinking drivers and verify proper vehicle and driver registration. Jury convicts Kemper SANTA Calif. A jury convicted towering Edmund Emil Kemper. on eight counts of first-degree murder Thursday and declared him sane in the mutilation slayings of his mother and seven other women. Kemper had pleaded not guilty and not guilty by reason of insanity to killing his her best friend and six hitchhiking co-eds. agree entirely with your r Superior Court Judge Harry Brauer told the jury. 'Kemper is to be sentenced today and could receive a life prison term on each count. New Soviet missile MOSCOW Western specialists here said Thursday they are convinced the Soviet Union has a newly perfected missile able to deliver a nuclear punch anywhere in the world. The missile was displayed Wednesday in a Revolution Day along with a minitank which can be parachuted into combat zones. experts say they know little about the missile beyond what they can tell from photo- graphs taken during the fast- moving parade across Red Square. Canada draft dodger haven WINNIPEG -Canada has become'a haven for draft dodgers and type and variety of Otto Conservative MP for High Park-Humber said Wednesday. Mr. himself ah im- migrant from Czechoslovakia and a former world pairs skating said the re- Deaths By THE CANADIAN PRESS pit.-Lee J. police chief of Burlington for 41 years before his retirement in 1957. Detroit-Edgar C. president of Chrysler Canada cent federal last chance' program was the' -most humane and just immigration policy this or any other country ever has instituted. he it now is time federal Immigration Minister Robert Andras began seeking out those who didn't come forward. Ltd. from 1951 to 1956. Neb.-David credited with development and construction of world's largest and most powerful diesel locomotive. 83705 An Idaho Mall Order HOUM Knocking the Attorney-General Alex Macdonaki Trvinds up had just shbWferea MLAs 'Jhe with a handful of paper to throw at the Press'Gallery blizzard of tom-up biHs the fall session 'pro- the British Columbia Legislature. Reporters rogued. Seated' at IS Barrett. in Trudeau has given approval d ied Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau has informed the Commons general guidelines for conflict of inter- est as it affects members and senators as well as senior pub- lic have been drawn up and approved by him. He said he wanted to have the guidelines as well as the on conflict of 'interest prepared by Privy Council President Allans referred to the privileges and elections com- mittee for study and a report. That committee at present is engaged in considering legislation on election ex- penses. When that bill cohles out of the committee the government wants the com- mittee to take up the question of conflict of interest. The statement on guidelines adopted by the prime minister may not be made public until after Christmas the House was advised by Mr.Trudeau. David New Demo- cratic Party leader raised the question in the Commons. He recalled that last July the privy council hid made a statement and presented' to the House a with regard to crtiflict.of interest is it in- members -Parlia- Mh Trudeau on July 18 a statement concerning members bf the Mr.Trudeau said-the has gone forward and the gen- eral guidelines have already been .accepted by Mr.Lewis. first directed his questions to Energy Minister Ddfiald Macdonaldcbnceming the of that de- pa rtment Jacob Spring gas rationing predicted for AniertCa WASHINGTON President Nixon's top energy adviser says United States- gasoline rationing probably will be imposed by next spring. 'J6hh director of the Energy Policy said the White House has not made any decision whether to order rationing for the first time since the Second World War. But Love said in an inter- view Thursday gasoline rationing be pretty by Jiext the start of the vacation season when Americans do most of their driving. If every vehicle' owner will have to apply to a local rationing board for tickets en- titling him to purchase limited amounts of gasoline. President Nixon asked Con- gress Wednesday night to adopt legislation giving the president authority to order fuel rationing. House of Representatives and Senate spokesmen predicted the passage of such authority by mid-December. But Nixon played down the likelihood of using it. He said rationing might be necessary only if a multitude of other measures fail to cope with the growing energy shortage. Love said the imposition of a high tax on gasoline to dis- courage consump- as much as 30 cents a gallon on top of current being con- sidered as a possible al- ternative' to rationing. But such a tax would be placing a heavy financial burden on those who must buy gasoline for their jobs or and leav- ing the wealthy free td. burn gasoline unnecessarily if. they are willing to pay the price. In the Senate inte- rior committee planned to begin oh a bjU Ja'cftson would give the president most of what he is asking. Rail workers for nefa By VIC PARSONS OTTAWA Memories of this summer's rail strikes are fading but nearly railway employees still without work- ing agreements are awaiting the results of lengthy arbitra- tion hearings. Part two of the hearings be- fore federal arbitrator Justice Emmett Hall will end today with the railway com- panies presenting their sum- mary of arguments in the dis- pute involving shopcraft tradesmen. Mr. Justice a retired Supreme Court of Canada already has heard arguments between the and 56.000 non- The NDP member enquired if the minister was aware thai for about a year the ap- pointment of Mr. Austin .the deputy had interests in MN.S. InveBtm'ents later acquired by St. Maurice Capital Corpora- tion whose name was changed to Commerce Capital Cor- poration. Mr. Lewis said these interests included mining and exploration ventures. Mr. Macdonald said he had with his deputy such rfe said Mr. Austin had advised chasfe' M shares ifi In- vesttrierits swas. sinitijftalKouis with the merger 6f tMtcom- anotherdompajiy.so that he wasTiot in fact a sriare- holder for a year in M.N.'S. In- vestrrients.. .The mefjjer resulting from this was IA cbmpany. -called Cptnmet'cei of biisiteiss aild ih of rissqarce deyeiopmeit but in the area of financial services. rest of Mr. AMtih'j as- 1 im were operating fail'workers. Next is to listen to negotiators for the third and final group of trainmen. After the tjiiijjd begin- ning tyt Justice Hau will td piss judg- meift on the three separate .'v-.- Before an arbitral award is the jodge will have to await results of a study oji pensions by Dr. John Deutsch of Qurtd's Untyersity. Dr pHnfipal of the Uni- was appointed by Labor Minister John MunrO when Parliament passed legislation forcing striking railworkers back to their jobs. ra that the coa has been operatihg in any sphere to whidh Bis departmental respojisibili ties MK the minlrtef in his talkj with the dejjiity hid made aware that Commerce is iMWrWclied Witfi which dote have interests in the nttably its control 6f Northern and Central Gas Macdoriald said he was unaware that the VW6 were in- promlsVfd t6 un- deftake to make further in- qiiiries in .that regard and repbH to the House. 1 tbf I rtoUon critl- g the mtiwrtty eriimerit the unity of coufitry tltfough autocracy'and 'W first serve clsme Irofri Rene Jjatfe wto said Liberal governments ifc Ottawa aiW City f Hfeblehrt voters JhtO return- ing Robert Bourassa 's riflhistration by a landslide CfcL'ft. K Indian Affairs Minister Jean Chretien replied that the hot the were responsible for virtually ing the opposition in all as it was dding in. the1 fewferfr tpq-ft6iky the increase in the crtKJfe oil fcipott tax as an 'of Ottawa .Matte also his party wbifld proyiridiai govefntntnt ing independence if that government followed Social Credit theory. And he. accused Ottawa of evading frank dis- the real backbone for constitutional rjefqiriii. ''the provinces They can decide what arherid- rfrents are necessary if constitution should be Mr. Chretien r_etorted. that Social Credit willingness to support any province espous- ihg that party's philoSphy is ihl reason would fight co- operate With the the federal government indicates by its activities that it would rathtr fight tijari can iid is cleaHy a. cannot af- OttaWaj imposed a barrel 6xp4rt tax oil iSl Oct. 1 and has more than quadrupled this to fl.90 eftefc- 1 took twfrSo'f --'i i did riot ate and the p'rirnarii-y in regional the' feaefnl responsibility was to protect Mr. Qark- said Alberta' is angry 'about the methods this government has to im- pose the. taxes without He saitt the federal govern- ment an obligation ite not Incite dif- and thit Energy Mmistpr Macdbhald add ignored that witH the unilateral imposition of M' 'taxes. tfreMrft Greeh a flexible cbiis'tittltion is and that the bill of fights should be entrenched in the constitution. Labor initiates xon move Hie begari a United Siateswide campaign Thurs- day for the immediate im- peachment of President Nlx- sayiitg the ''has given ciqar evidence lie does not intend to 13.5-milUon-mernber la- bor federation is the first national organization with political muscle to push ac- tfyfily for Nixon 's emphasize tnutual aid .v Ita'tfilW'rit the president amVMg other having lied to the American was prepared by the leadership for distribution at factory nrnwi mefetirtgS and for Ihjp to rank-and-file workers. In d i concluded five days of talks on trade arid between the two countries. Subjects included Canadian joint ciVil aviatlcii' and relations and sciefr iifio and te'cnnbloiical co- it wy presumed tite tiro sides also considered Canadian assistance to India's riuclear energy program An Indian sitatement said the two governments will hpld further consultations when The Canadian delegation was headed by R. E. assistant' undersecretary of state. and CkainhtM Peter RodJno at the Housb Judiciary iepm- mittee to make them of the need for urgency iii Otini the impeachment of the AFL-CIO is created iatih of the most it a butteV affecting wofkert' itaisuts cesses on philosphical have been limited. At its convention last month in Miami the labor cratioh unartlrhously adopted a resolution urging Nixon to resign interest tit a folly functiqhihf DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE AOMlNISTtltED IY ALIIRTA SAflTT COUNCIL DDC accident prevention for experienced drivers DOC backed by the Insurance Agents Association DDC up to 3 demerit points remitted DDC grads in Canada and the U.S.A. FEE FOUR EVENINGS... 2 HOURS EACH Fovr Tuttdiyi Stirtini Mflvtmltr 13ft It OTTAWA Average income of all Canadian last Statistics CanlWa saW in a preUmlAary r the highest 1972 average famity income up from and the bigfrtt ttrMlUe yttf tic up to The average income of both famiUei and onattaphid rose to for all of Catiaii. with Ohtarib again at the I with up it 'For unattached IN On- tario was highest ih this group also at up for the largest annual the report-said. The report is based on a samptoMifrey oflS.OWl cash income before taxes or other figures are subject to The average was about pel r year's rise In mcohieV family by men to flfcfliIttim and that of units headed by women to It said. dlMribuUitHB shifted as family aniU rwHvtng less than tin 1J7J from31.1 pet cent in WfcttAsetfip 41 paf cent from M.7 cent.' thi Vincwjfes and f H military pay Reeiddlkl figuMs- AUaitUc income for families up from in 1171. Average for individiaU down from average for _____ ______T botnbiiMd from ;