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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FORECAST HIGH WEDNESDAY 50-55. TLXV No. 90 e Herald LETIIBIilDGE, ALBEHTA, TUKSDAY, APHIL 4, 1972 I'KICE NOT OVER 10 CENTb TWO SECTIONS -2i PAGES tax game By WALTER KREVENCIIUK EDMONTON on nlilr i'.-inf Indnsiry Mium's envisage lax rfiangrs IIiFil vill help (lie public in drink more of a beer wilb alcoholic content. They fore- cast moves toward lii.v.ilion more fully geared (o the alcoholic content of more alcohol, more tnx. The distillers proleMcd Iliat while Ihc indus- try was producing a drink, it was lining taxed -V unly rrnls a gallon, only 10 rcnis in ore Hum IT IT. Tht: nn wlnrb Inkr.s infn or- rnnnt Ihr contnill. H r> prr mil TMP di.-.iiHors' arnuTiir-nt bv Mir in IrcKJut'tion (j[ a slionn hcrr. In B.C., brewer Ben proflnccd vhat he call- ed a malt liquor that wns up to 12 per cent alcohol by volume. Non-drinking Premier A. C. Ecnnctt (old Mr. Ciinlor through tho B.C. T.iqnor Control Roarrl lo brinR (o per ccnl. The MrcmK boor in Quebec is about (i.o per ccnl by volume. No other province now has a beer over fe.S por font an guard loses Quebec in U.S. turns hack on pccice talks resumption PARIS (AP> The United States reject eel today a demand by iNorlh Vietnam and the Viet Cong lhal Ihe Vietnam peace talks; hem resume Thursday. TliR Unilrr! Stales, serwdrd by (fie .S'oudi Vietnamese govern- ment, indefinitely suspended tho conference March 2-1. saying they svcre willing to resume tho talks if tho Communists in th- eater! a desire lo engage in "sc- nous discussions." Vrtt .t'- MOP-UP Debris litters the street in front of a Montreal building housing ihe offices of the Cuban Trade Commission which was rocked by two dynamile charges earlier Tuesday. One man was killed in Iho explosions. (CP Wirephoto) MONTREAL fCP) Two dy- namite bombs exploded witMn 13 seconds early today, ripping apart Ihe Cuban trade commis- sion offices and kilhng a Cuban Tho trade, commission offices, on the lop lloor ol a 12-storcy building on north-end Metropoli- tan Boulevard, are across the city from the downtown Cuban consulate. Killed in the quick succession of explosions was Sergio Perez. 23, a Cuban national employed punrd at the offices. Four oilier Cuban guards, armed v-ilh revolvers and fCMni-automatic rillcs. tried lo prevent police from entering the offices. They were laicr ar- reslcrl The dynamite bombs shat- tered the (op southeast corner of the building and showered the street below with concrete and glass. HF.rAU, JULY INCIDENT Last July, an incendiary de- described by a police dem- olition expert as a "childish ar- rangement of a lire bntnb'1 wan found outside the trade commis- sion office. A member of tho. Cuban delegation discovered it outside, a door lo the stairwell and kicked it two storeys down. Police said Fit the time that if so crude there vas no dan- ger of it exploding. Four tiro bombs were thrown al Ihe Sovicl consulate in dovai- town Montreal Jan. 23, causing about damage. One em- ployee was injured extinguish- ing a fire at the building's front door. The incident invohing foreign governments arc a twist from the usual rash of bombings that have hit Montreal almost an- nually since Ihe early 19GQs. But the early bombings were gener- ally associated with terrorist groups seeking the violent sepa- ration of Quebec from the rest of Canada. At Ottawa Ambasa- dor Jose Fernandez de Cassio AWAITS WORD Mrs. Sergio Perei, wife of iha Cuban nalionol who was killed in a dynamite blait al ihe Montreal offices of ihe Cuban Trade Commission tarly Tuesday, stands wilh her chfld aj ihe awaits word on the condilion of her husband. Mr. Perez later died in hospital. (CP Wirepriolo) fAI') of Ihe over-all invasion across the ay called on C. M. dent Nixun Ii'iS ruled out view'' a statement zone in violation of external affair T t 7 now the rcinlrocluction of department lo "inform him of the fit sen .States ground forces lo .T- McCloskey that United States and regarding Ihe f S Ihe. North Vietnamese Vietnamese attack Ihc Cuban trade South Vietnam. Bid he 19uB office in holding open bis option of sending of U.S. planes against f nitaki never acknowledged by North led an external affairs de lartinent spokesman s a i Vietnamese b. Johnson lo so far as he The president's stance was reported by reliable sources after Nixon and his top advisors raids deep North Vietnamese Icrrilory. The iUcCloskey-ZieRler ambassador made no kind of protest. SECOND DELHI Prime Minister Indira Gandhi since their two-week var in December thai led to tho nn urgent round of seemed lo leave open bombing the lhal India is in of afl'ili.ilc, Use privalcly opcralcfl Camrosc Ku- theran College, about W miles Foutheast of here, raised the furcipn stuilenl fee lo SI. 100 Ihis jear from Hunt; Kniii! .''re upsi I hy enrolment, MOST .sludcnts pet jobs in Canartn, rnnlribnto (o Ihe eronomy and in (his way return a lo Crsiiadiun tax- payers, says Michael Lee, past president of Ihc university's student association. Meanwhile, Jim Kuslcv, Al- hcrta'.-v minister fur arh anced (xlucntinn. mid tin- legislature rcccnily Difit [lie province ha.s no plan.s of ils own for limiting f.nrolmciit of foreign rAI.CrARV KTi luef Dan (Jeorgc nf ['.iiri'.ird rc- in noi Hi Vnrc lie para dr. for (lie Calgar> parade this year, the exhibition board announced today. Expects baby CAD McMahou, -II. uifr of Australi- an Prime Minister Vullum Me- i-; a child in OclubiT. ilic pi min- ister's offiIT announced here. McMnfuyn, married tho for- mer Sonia Jlopkijis m ;