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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta J2 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAIO Frldpy, S.ptemb.r 15, WZ Damage awarded Magrath ivoman EDMONTON (CP) A 68- year-old woman from Magrath, M miles south of Lethbridge, was awarded Thursday by the Provincial Crimes Com- pensation Board for injuries and loss of her husband who died two days after a man attacked the couple in tlicir home in December, 1971. One thousand dollars ol the award to Lottie Marker was compensation for lost wages scnlp and hand lacer- ations, bruises avJ shock sus- in the attack made it impossible for her lo relurn to her part-time job. A further was awarded for hospital payments and S890 was awarded Mrs. Barker for loss of her husband Roulon. A man forced his way into their home and attacked them with a baseball bat and a scythe blade. The attacker was found unfit to stand trial, Alberta's jobless rate is lowest EDMONTON (CP) Dr. Bert Holiol, minister of man- power and labor, said here a special cabinet committee has been established to review Al- berta's winter employment sit- uation. Ha said that while the prov- ince's unemployment rale for August was the lowest in Can- ada at 3.6 per cent, conditions can change. For this reason, the cabinet committee is responsible for developing a plan to provide a large number of additional job opportunities in the province. One of the main features of the plan was to identify the areas which migh have a ser- ious unemployment problem. Once these are known special projects will be started to try to offset the problem. Another purpise oE the com- mittee is to co-ordinate the re- cently-announced federal local initiatives program and train- Ing-on-the-job program with ac- tions the provincial government may be undertaking, he said. This co-ordination should lead Stamp features Tailfeatliers paLuluig OTTAWA (CP) Two new eight-cent stamps in the Can adlan Indians series will be is sued Oct. 4, the post office an nounced here. One stamp, il lustrating the ceremonial dres of the Plains Indians, is from a painting by Gerald Tailfcath- ers of Cardston, Alt., a Black foot Indian. The second stamp designed by Georges Beaupre of Montreal, la a symbolic il lustration of a thundcrbird. o a more effective use of both n providing Jobs to those peo- le who are unemployed. FBI probes new bugging incident WASHINGTON (lieuter) The FBI is investigating an ap- tarent new attempt to bug the Jemocratic national headquar- ters three months after five aen were caught either instat- ing or removing listening de- vices in the party's offices. FBI agents- removed a tele- thane and e small black de- vice found Inside it by lele- )honc company security men after a secretary the Demo- cratic headquarters had com- plained of trouble on the line. Reporting the discovery at a news conference, communica- tion s director Blair Clark avoided calling the device a bug and (here was no official confirmation of reports that the apparatus was not only a sophisticated wiretap but also fL listening device that could pick up conversation in the of- fice. The FBI declined all com- ment. The telephone apparently bugged belonged lo a key Dem ocralic official Spencer Oli- ver, executive director of the Stale Chairmen's Association o the Democratic nalicnal com mittee. Y SAND f GRAVEL k. ASPHALT L TOLLESTRUP F SAND AND GRAVEl Brushing tongue beneficial to health SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) Brushing your tongue may b beneficial to your health, th director of the United Stale. Army Institute of Dental Re search said here. Gen, Surindar IN. Bhaskar said recent re search at the Walter Tteec army medical centre has prov ed that the bacteria whici cause gum disease and tooth decay live on lop of (he toDgue As a result, the centre noi urges Its patients to brush thci tongues Iwice a day. WHERE ARE Alt THE STUDENTS? Tha golden year, of uni- versity expansion may ba over. Enrolments are down and univprsily degrees are no longer in demand. In Weekend Magazine this Saturday, Janet Keilh explores the for wgging enrolmenhj their effecl on universities financially, and why the demand for degree holders has dropped. also reports on what can txpect In future. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE BALANCED AND ALIGNED _ There wai an old tire In the and Tommy Lamb, IX, of Louisville thought up a goad use fcr It, though it looks as if he may get a tired head. Poorest province Nazis planned to intern males LONDON (Reuler) If the Germans had successfully In- aded Britain in 1WO, they inert lo deport every able- xjdled man between Die ages f 17 and 45 U> prison, camps cross Europe, says a British writer in a book Just published. It London liad been occupied, Hitler intended to dismantle kelson's Column, which com- memorates the English admi- al's great victory at Trafalgar, and translcr it lo Berlin. If the Nazis had crossed the English Channel, King George VI would have taken refuge in he West Indies where his elder irdher Edward had been ap- ninted governor of the Ba- lamas after abdicating four years earlier. In the autumn of 1WO, both sides were bracing themselves or an all-out conflict, a situ- ation vividly by Jour- nalist and radio producer Nor- OTTAWA (CP) Prince Edward Island has taken over Newfoundland's unhappy status as Canada's poorest province, personal income statistics released Thursday show. Results of the 1971 census announced by Statistics Can- ada show that P.E.I.'s aver- age personal income of a year is less than two-thirds the national average of The province's per- sonal income average in- creased by only ?106 over 1970. Newfoundland, the poorest province beUvecn 1958 and 1970, had a personal aver- age of in 1371, an in- crease of over the pre- vious year. Ontario continues os the richest province, with a average, followed by British Columbia and Alberta. The Yukon and Northwest Soup company sales climb CAMDEN, N.J. (AP> Camplicll Soup Co. said 1 recirded a gain of 9.5 per cen in sales and 14 per cent in earnings for the fourth quarter of fiscal 1972 over the compar able period last year. Consolidated sales for th quarter totalled compared willi 1 the fourth quarter of (isca 1072. Earnings after taxes wen or 51 cents a share compared with earnings in the previous fourth quarter of or 45 cents per share The fourth quarter was th first in the fiscal year in whic earnings exceeded those in th comparable quarter last year Who invented the Screwdriver? The Vodka that leaves you breathless. errilories show the only In- ome decline, with a drop to from in 1971. Income figures In ing order: Ontario up from B.C. up from Alberta up rom Manitoba jp from Quebec K7, up from Sas- katchewan up from Yukon and N.W.T. BO-1, down from Nova Scotia up from Jew Brunswick up rom Newfoundland up from P.E.I. up from Buses used to keep costs down CALGARY (CP) Mon than students are lo be bused to different schools in the Calgary public system in 1973-74 to fill empty classroom; in older districts. The board now buses students for that purpose aiv decided to Increase this be cause the province has refused to approve construction of 1 schools In newer areas. The province, to keep cduca tion costs down, has been n uctant to allow new schoo1 hlle empty classrooms wer vailable elsewhere in the sys em. Administrators told the boar as many as 30 school bount ries would be changed th ear to allow the busing. an Longmate In his book If ritain Had Fallen. Based largely on material ollccted for a three-hour tele- sion progravj on Hitler's in- asion plan, the book is divided nlo three parts: preparations, tiililary defeat and life under ccupalioii. EVER HAPPENED Operation Sea Lion, the Ger- man code name for the in- a s i o n was meticulously lanned but never carried out. Longmate described how Ger- man troops training on French caches for the assault on Brit- in were showered mth leaflets rom British planes offering English-German translalions of uch helpful phrases as, "See ow briskly our captain bums" anci, "Can you give me swim- ming lessons The German propaganda ninislry, worried thai poor ight and enemy shells might poll the picture on invasion day, arranged in advance news- reel coverage for German cin- We are happy to do PRO-MOTORS AUTO MACHINE SHOP WORK CUSTOM ENGINE PARTS LMITED 1605-3 Ave. S. Phono 328-8181 ema full-stage In- vasion exercise staged on the French coast complete with' German casualties wounded in photogenic places and British soldiers surrendering in droves. Britain hurriediy shipped billion worth of gold bull- ion to Canada and the security of a KTontreal bank vault. The British government vowed never to surrender and the home guard was given manuals on guerrilla tactics and taught to wield a Mololov cocktail. The Germans drew up occu- pation ordinances for the isle they were to conquer. Cultural locusts in the Gestapo made up lisls of art treasures across Britain which Germany should take Into its "protection." The ordinances even advised: "When arresting Englishmen it Is Important to apprehend their servants. Every distinguished Englishman has a valet who is usually exceptionally well-in- formed about the private and official affairs of his master." We are always happy to supply PRO-MOTORS with parts they needl STANDARD AUTO PARTS LTD. 8th St. S. Phone 328-5932, 327-2001 Best Wishes to PRO-MOTORS We were pleosed to be rhe gen- eral contractor and designer of alterations. Glen Little Construction Ltd. 206 31 St. N. Ph. 327-1776 We wish PRO-MOTORS every success NATIONAL NEON DISPLAYS LTD. 315 STAFFORD DRIVE PHONE 327-8654 Congratulations PRO-MOTORS We were pleased to do the heating and ventilating. CHARLTON HILL 1262 2nd Av.. S. Phone 35B-338B Congratulations to PRO MOTORS on the Grond Opening of their new premiiM. From NORTH LETHBRIDGE MO-TIRES 305-13 ST. NORTH LETHBRIDGE Horns of the MICHELIN X RADIAL TIRES THE BCTRA PERFORMANCE TIRE WITH THI FtEXi'fllE STEEL SAFETY BELT CONGRATULATIONS to PRO MOTORS ON THE GRAND OPENING OF THEIR BEAUTIFUL NEW PREMISES We happy to provide the office furniihlngi for their new building OFFICE FURNITURE LETHBRIDGE POST OFFICE BOX fit LIMITED LETHBRIDGI, ALftEIHA Low.r 7lh StrMt Shopping Moll 316 7th Slrwl f. Phon. M03) 328-7411 STAN WORtOfI Good Luck PRO-MOTORS ACKLANDS LIMITED WHOLESALE AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES 2nd Ave and 1 Ifh St. S. Ph. 328-81II Congratulations -To PRO-MOTORS I.A.C. LIMITED 425 7th ST. S. PH. 327-8521 UNIROYAL Congratulations PRO MOTORS LTD. On the Grand Opening of your Fine, Newly Renovated Premisei WE ARE PLEASED TO PROVIDE NEW UNIROYAL TIRES AND PERFORM TIRE SERVICE WORK FOR YOUR FIRM Your UNIROYAL DEALER KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. LETHBRIDGE -1621 3rd Av.nu. S. Phone 327-5985 TABER FERNIE, B.C. Congratulations to PRO MOTORS LTD. on the GRAND OPENING of their newly remodelled premises. Traders Group Ltd. 507 7th STREET S. PHONE 328-3347 LETHflRIDGE, ALBERTA We were very pleased to supply the GLASS AND THE ALUMINIUM FOR THE FRONT ENTRANCE TO PRO-MOTORS NEWLY REMODELLED PREMISES LETHBRIDGE SH and DOOR CORNER Sth AVE., 4th ST. S. PHONE 377-1S81 ;