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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 ._ THE IETHBRIDGI HERAtD IN MEMORIAMS In or- of in', dear lnbb.ii-1. Bus- scil, who I'iissi-d :iway Novi-m- _ Tliuiidoy, November 25, 19" on of bankruptcy patient dies SKI In li'vinj! llH'in- unr d.-ai- falhiT and grandfather pass- ol away Gimi'.' hill ivineinh (I hy Uamla ami MUMONTON tCP> Tram Pnidui'ts Ltd., a handicraft inaniifacturiiiK company uwni'd hy Alb-.Tlil Indian I'niftsim'ii. is nn Hi'-' vei'id1 j loalhiT goods, clothing years have been fighting against dis- armament.'1 Chiao lumped the Soviet Union and the United Stairs to- gether as "two superpowers" using UN disarmament resolu- tions "to hoodwink world opin- ion.'' design worked out in the early 1960s. Millhaven Institution, built along the same lines as mil- lien Arehambault, was opened j last spring and now holds most i of the prisoners who had been j in Kingston Penitentiary. Mr. Coyer scrapped plans to build a third model at Mission. B.C.. afler 51 million worth of preliminary work had been done. NEED CITY SITE Informants said Wednesday the confidential report recom- mends construction of an exper- imental prototype as scon as possible at Vancouver. It says a city location is important if a full range of rehabilitative facil- social and recre- to be available to i prisoners. i Tho prototype, which would be the model for future maxi- i mum-security prisons on the I Prairies and in the Mariiimcs, i would held no more than 150 men. Tiered cell blocks and mili- tary regimentation would give way to small buildings in which Satellite plans TORONTO (CP) The Cann- dian domestic communications satellite -Aiiik should he launched IxHwopn Nov. I :md 15, 1972 and if all Roes well he oper- ational hy January, D. A. Golden, president of Telcsat Canada, said Wednesday. Sianfiekl wants tax bill split OTTAWA (CPi Opposition Leader Robert S'tanfield has an- nounced lie will urge the Com- mons once tigain to split the government's tax bill, putting tax cuts into effect Jan. and debating other provisions later. He said in a news release i Wednesday he will move an amendment, to the has been in debate for 35 days permit passage of provi- I sions that would stimulate the i economy help individual i taxpayers." 1 They include the proposed in- i creased personal exemptions 1 and child-care and employment expmse allowances. lie said other 1 such as tho capita! gains tax i and tax systems for mining 1 and oil come intu law only after a special resolu- i tion of Parliament. The government lias licen trying to get the whole bill passed in time to take effect Jan. I. although some of the provisions would not come into j force for several years. Mr. Sfanfield said his sngges- ,ion would shorten the debate, eliminate much of its confusion and permit, stimulation of the economy. He said it would allow more :.ime to consider disputed clauses and for the government (o consult the provinces. It would also lei. Parliament "turn to more immediate priori- co-ordination of over- all economic policy and trading relations with other countries, to name only OKs WCvK-HKI.IKF WASHI.VITOX (AIM The Nixon administration approved Wednesday ihr first. United Slates work-relief experiment, a controversial New York project requiring tlu.nsar.fls of welfare tn earn llu-ii1 public as- Mstanri? by taking public-serv- ice jr.h3. Life cuts back NKW YORK (AP) Life magazine said Wednesday it will reduce its circulation from seven million to million with the .Ian. 1-1, 1972, issue, and seek approval lo raise some ad- vertising rales well as its price lo the reader. Life cut its circulation from eigK millif.n to seven million earlier this year by aUntion of sub- I scriptions. ATOM'S Three Sealy Mattresses that are Foremost in Sale Value! Sealy's 'Foremost' with Scroll Quilt Surface ycu -ct deluxe decorator print ticking with 2-nee- die scroll quilt surface. 252 coil innerspring unit has full sisal insulation. Flange construction. Box spring to match. Buy ai individual units or buy to- gether for savings! 3-3 or 4-6 Mattress and Box Spring. SPECIAL, both 'Crown Quilt' Unit in Twin or Double Sizes iho rest of a 312 coil innerspring with full lisa! insulation. 3-needle scroll quilt sur- face, decoralor faille licking. Whilo layer felt quilt- borders for added support. Box spring to match. Multineedle Quilting, Foam on 'Health Flex' It even sounds comfortable! Imon'nr" luxurious imported rayon licking quilted lo V Socily loam an innerspring wilh 405 coils sisal insula- lon built-up borders and ,1 rare low price. Then hurry in! 97 .95 3-3 or 4-6 Mattress and Box Spring. SPECIAL, both SPECIAL, eac 49.95 SPECIAL, each 10795 54.95 3-3 or 4-6 Mattress and Box Spring. SPECIAL, both QC '7 J SPECIAL, 59.95 Second Floor No Down Payment On Your Eaton Budget Charge Account. At Eaton's Christmas Comes To Life! ;