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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD f.onday, April 2, 1973 Hews brief Leper colony a Hacked PORT MORESBY, New clubbed to death and another Guinea (Router) Riot police, Patient. seriously injured by an arrested 48 men today after arrow in his chest. A health officer for the area, warriors stormed a leper colony i Dr. jmton Lewis, sail the war- in the Papua-New Guinea high-, riors apparently claim the land lands Sunday. I belongs to them and want the Police said one leper as i hospital to be moved. Kosygiii begins visit STOCKHOLM (Reuterl Se-! and on bilateral issues, in- viet Premier Alexei gin ar- rived here todav for a five-day official visit to Sweden. Kosygin and Premier Olof Palme of Sweden plan talks on v.orld problems, including In- dochina and the Midlle East, eluding trade and cultural ex- changes. It is Kosygin's first visit since 1968, when he returned to Mos- cow early following the Soviet intervention in Czechoslovakia. Fonda raps PoWs Wounded Knee issue end near WOUNDED KNEE, S.D. (AP) Provisional agreement that 1 could lead to the end of the 34- I day occupation of Wounded BURBAXK. Calif. CAP) Academy inning ac-; tress and anti-war activist Jane Fonda says that former United States prisoners of war who re- ported that thev tortured' by the North Vietnamese are and liars." "History mil judge them se- verely." Miss Fonda said in an interview Friday vith KNBC- TV of Bin-bank and NBC News. Several of the returning pris- oners were sharply critical of Miss For.da and ocbsr Ameri- cans who visited Hanoi in con- nection with the anti-war move- ment. Franco visitors Former Argentine strongman Juan D. Peron, left and nswly elected President Hector Campora, centre meet Gen. Francisco Franco in Madrid. Pcron and Cam- pora, who have been conferring in Rome on the composi- tion of Argentina's civilian government, flew to Madrid for a brief visit. Campora will be inaugurated en May 25th. "Friendship store' opened PEKING CReuter) Peking opened its new '-friendship for foreign residents and visitors Sunday. Its star item was a piece of green jade set in a gold ring and costing about The store, which sells Chair- man Mao Tse-tung's poems printed on silk, sewing ma- chines, flowers, live goldfish, i antiques, fresh fruit, pheasants acd caviar, takes over the role of several small shops and is situated just outside the former wall of old Peking. ISew law hits wealthv COLOMBO. Sri Lanka fReu-i teri A new law came into ef-; feet Sunday aimed at ending j high living for Sri Lanka's j wealthiest citizens. The law in effect puts a ceil- ing of a month on d's-' posable income for every indi- j vidual or family, after insur-! ance and housing loan pay- ments, approved investments and deductions relating to the] value of houses owned by them, and life insurance policies. A tax official said "2.5CO fami- lies would have to surrender their excess income to the gov- ernment as a special com- pulsory savings levy. The incomes of government ministers and members of Par- liament will also be subject to the new law. Senator claims surveillance of capital offices ordered Mexican position supported OTTAWA fCP) Canada; supports and sympathizes with j the position of "Mexican Presi-i dent Luis Echeverria and his, government on a number of is- i sues. External Affairs Minister, Mitchell Sharp told members of the Mexican press Sunlay. "But these ideas have a bet- ter chance of success if we con.! sider the norms of international behavior rather than arguing about the rights and duties of states.'1 Speaking through a trans- lator, Mr. Sharp said "Cana- dians are a pragmatic people. They believe in seeking so- lutions that will work, not theo- retical answers." Diary of Lieut. Pol. G. A. Frencn, Officer Commanding K.W.M. Police 1374. MONDAY. AUGUST 24th: Left at 6 a.m. Halted when mi'es out at a place where there was no grass and only alkaline water. Moved on three and halted at a good swamp tbe horses had a good meal cf rushes. Cut some and brought them along for a feed at night- Arrived at Strong current Creek at 8 p.m. This creek flows from the Cypress Hills to the Elbow of the Saskatchewan Rjver. banks are very steep. Land im- proving in sppeararce and the not quite .13 parched kicking. Cypress IMis in view this n.m. towards SW. Special Presentation for the Gcwral Public. Multi Projector S< Presentation on WcMcrn History made in preparation for our trek. Wednesday. April 4ih 8pm. Large Auditorium Hamilton Jr. No Charge. PART I THE EITJTH OF A LEGI3XD The Tragedy