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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedneidoy, Sepltmblr 11, 1971 THE IfTHBRIDGE HERALD _ 31 1972 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS Gumshoes uose no threat OTTAWA (CP) Parliament, posal that information about se- was assured Tuesday by Solid-1 curity be channelled tlu-ough a tor-General Jean-Pierre Goyer small group of civilian experts, that SPARG, the new sec- urity and planning and re- search group, will have an advi- sory rather than an operational role on security matters. His Commons statement ap- peared to alleviate some of the doubtless useful and necessary suspicion that has led critics to call the men from SPARG- advisory to the responsible min- he said three so shoes. Andrew Gum- Brewin But regular reports should be made to the Commons justice committee to ensure that "what is starting out as a small, organization, does not blossom into something large and sinis- ter." Eldon Woolliams (PC-Cal- gary North) assailed Mr. Goyer ronio Greenwood) said Mr. Goy- 'or being slow to inform Parlia- er's explanation left him with about lbus cre" aSng lingering suspicions about Russian ship skipper fined for violation ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) A Russian fishing skipper was fined by a federal judge Tuesday on charges he vi- olated the United States' 12-mile fishing limit. Viacheslav Diachenko, captain of the 179-foot sidetrawler Vo- dolaz, was arrested Saturday near Akutan Island in the Aleu- tian chain. His vessel and crew were escorted by the U.S. Coast Guard to Kodiak, Alaska. Column Earnings By IML DOYLE NEW YORK (AP) Re- marks Unit any wile gets tired of. hjariig: "Honey, I wouldn't trade you lor a million I wouldn't give a dime for au- ofer wife just like you." "What if you don't have a thing worth wearing? A mar- ried woman isn't expected to Icjk like a fashion model." "What do you need a clean- ii g woman for anyway? Any woman today ought to be able to do everything a modern house needs in a couple of hours a day." "I wouldn't buy that one, mother. It makes you Irak like you're fryir'g to look too young." "What db you I get down on my knees when I proposed to your mother? What' happened was that she chased me until I ran out of wind. Isn't that the way it was, "Mom, I'm in a rush, If you don't drive me to school I'll be late." "Other wives seem able to make out a household budget and live within it. Why can't you'" "Man, if I were only a bachelor again and had the money 1 make now and only myself to spend it on, I could really live it "What do you need a new ciress for? I don't see any patches on your old one yet." "Mom, I'm in a rush! Here, brush me off "Are those things only curlers in your hair, or are you receiving short wave messages from "Wsll, I suppose you spent all afternoon as ing over a hoi bridge table with a bunch of old hens, clacking and clucking and complaining about how mean their husbands are to them." "Of course I love you. I love you, T love you, I love you. Km; what have we got for "Mom, I'm in a rush! Can ycu help me find my "What do you m e a n never tell you a thing about what goes on in the office. Well, we have two orgies in the morning and three in the aflerfloon. What else do you want to "Hi Cleopatra, home is your liero again. How about stash' ing the hash on the "If the kids neecl punishing, get a rope and string them up by the thumbs. I'll cut them down later when I go to bed I remember "Mom, I'm in a rush! Drop whatever you're doing and help mo. LIFE EXPECTANCY The average life expectancy of the Japanese in 1970 was 69-13 years for males and 74.71 years for females, the govern- ment reported. i average OTTAWA (CP) Per-capita personal incomes ranged last year from S1.7M in Newfound- land to a high of in On- tario, Statistics Canada reported today. Second-lowest income per per- son was recorded in Prince Ed- ward for the year tlie second highest was in British The average income per per- son across Canada was This was almost 50 per cent higher than five years earlier, when it was Incomes per capita in the low- er-income provinces rose faster than 50 per cent in the five years. Per-capita incomes in 1965 in Newfoundland were and in Prince Edward Is- land, They rose less rapidly in the richer provinces. Per-capita in- comes in 1965 in Ontario were and in British Columbia. Per capita incomes last year in (he other provinces, followed by 19G5 figures, were: Nova Scotia, S2.4B2, New Brunswick, Quebec, Mani- toba, Saskatche- wan, Alberta, Yukon md North- west Territories, SEARCH FOR CLUES Saigon police search for clues oulside home of leader of Vietnamese Confederation of Labor, largest union in S. Vielnam afler plastique charge exploded. Paris of home and union building were dam- aged. He had hoped for a broader giuup. "Indeed I welcome Lhe on security policy. Mr. Goyer said SPARG was to "try to achieve an assessment and evaluation of the threat to the security of Canadians" posed by revolutionary groups. j would consist of sociolo- criminologists, psychologists, lawyers, military and police officers who would sift information gathered by RCMP, police, and government OTTAWA (CP) prices rose last month in 11 the 12 cities and city won t tions for which Statistics ada keeps separate records, statistics bureau reported Tuesday. The city indexes measure dropped change in prices reported each city, and cannot be used (CP) Tobacco compare living costs have taken one city and anofher. interim measures" ences in housing and n partial ban on cigarette ad- needs because of Ihe Health Minister John cannot be measured said today. he made it plain in a Only in Halifax did the that he intends to index decline last month, on with Bill C-248, the 127.3 from 127.6 in July, on legislation that basis of 1901 consumer end all cigarette advertis- equalling among other things. The largest increase was Munro also S2id he pre- St. Jotin's, NfM., where the government's proposed index rose to 125.0 from of smoking hazard to Oilier city indexes lor wording selected for volun- followed by July indexes, action by the Canadian To- Saint John, N.B., 126.2, Manufacturers Council. Montreal, 127.8, 127.2; legislation, now before 132.0. 131.0; Toronto 130.6, would require the Winnipeg 129.4, 128.3; "Warning, danger to and Hegina combined, increases with amount 123.7; Edmonton and avoid inhaling." combined 128.8, 128.2; council members will use ver, 127.6, words, "Warning: excessive On the basis of 1969 may be hazardous to equalling 100, the Quebec health." rose to 105.2 from Munro said the govern- and the Thunder Bay index wording is the "most de- to 104.6 from j SCHOOL PROTESTER Paul Fitzsimmons of Burden, N.Y., suffered firsl, second and thirrl degree burns lo his legs after burning himself in prolost lo Iho closing of Ihe Slalc School for Menially Relarded Adulli, Fitisimmoni it being comforted by his ion, Robert. The'72 Oldsmobiles are here. You'll like the changes you see in the showroom.The ones you feel on the open road. And one you may discover in your local supermarket parking lot. DQ2A 88 ROVALE There's more built-in toughness. A new front bumper absorbs minor parking lot impacts. It flexes, gives a little- then returns to position. On the road, its "G-Ride" System helps deliver exceptional ride and handling, with Supershocks, computer-matched springs, and oilier interrelated components. And Delta 88 now includes more standard equipment: power steering, power front disc brakes, power ventilation, automatic and a long list of GM safety features. Delta 88: Strong. Tough. Smooth. Not just another pretty car. CUTLASS SUPREME You want real luxury, comfort and not a big car. You want handling and manoeuvrability, hut not a compact. Cutlass Supremo gives you what you want on a 112-inch whciilbase lor coupes and convertibles; 116-inch wheelbase for sedans. Formal roofline. Room for six. Deluxe interiors. Under thn hood, a Rocket 350 VS. Luxury and class in a size and price range you cnn live wilh that's Cutlass Supremo. you in an Oldsinubilc a couple of years sooner. TORONADO The one personal luxury car that puts it all together in quite a different way. Toronado's Rocket -155 powe.1 goes to the front wheels lo pitU the car over the road with superb traction, ride and handling1. Insida Toronado is spacious and comfortable. There is ample room for six, including their there is HO hump on the floor. In luxury, in styling, in quality, it is uniquely Toronado. There's nothing common about it. Frtnl drlic paHa llir ur ifenc Inttrid of [matting ii. OLDSMOBILE Some of Iht eg ui'pmrnl illtuiraird w optional ai extra fosL Buckling scat and shoulder belts is an idea you can live with, ;