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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta VICTORIA (CI'l The Brit- ish Columbia government lias apparently relented in its deci- sion to government ;id- Colonist. It was repealed in Monday's Times. Government otfieiHs were not JVA'I iiU- I V..V.V... two Victoria Immediately available for coin- grout to Letr vcrUsinf? from newspapers. The ban was imposed in mid- i Times Publisher The government acl in Sun- day's Colonist ami Monday's Times draws public attention to the Social Credit udtmnisli'a- I ants Ii5 yours of age and older, SUiarL Un- The granl was approved al this February after Tin1 Times and The Colonist published a ciga- retV advertisement in conlrav- dcrhill said further government advertising is scheduled dining the week. ention of the Tobacco Advcrtis- "Our advertising services ing Act, have always been available to On Sunday an advertisement i the government0 Mr. Unilerliill laced by the provincial finance [said. "We arc glad lo sec it Gpartment appeared in The 1 making use of them again." s war g test year's session of the legislature which wound up last Thursday. When The Times ran the ciga- relle ad in February, Mr. Un- dcrhill said the reason was the paper felt legislation prohibiting tobacco ami liquor advertising in B.C. was being applied un- fairly. Attorney-General Leslie Pe- terson reacted by stating thai the papers were irresponsible it publishing the ad and that this "should in no way he rewarded by the government." Members of the legislature accused Die government of using ads for political purposes, boycotting the two Victoria WASHINGTON (CP) North Vietnam's well-supported offen- sive across the demilitarized zone is a long-expected test of President Nixon's policies in Southeast Asia. It also seems certain to make the Vietnam war an issue again in the cur- rent U.S. election campaign. With fewer than Amer- ican ground troops left in Viet- nam, mainly defending their own bases, am! with monsoon rains and cloud restricting sup- port by American aircraft, (he brunt of the attack has fallen entirely on South Vietnamese ground forces. Nixon's program for Vietnam- ization of the war, which calls for leaving the ground fighting to American-supplied Vietnam- ese forces, would be placed in jeopardy if the current thrust fro in t he North achieves un u sual success. The president would find II difficult to watch idly while the South Vietnamese suffered significant defeat, hul. he ivouk imperil his support at home i American forces had to he com mittcd again to prevent a feat, Government officials in Wash ingfon, who had been saying foi months that North Vietnamese assaults were inevitable, hav een at pains in recent days to comparatively uncon- ppear erncd Tuesday, April 4, 1972 THE LETHBR1DGE HERAIO 15 U.S. dollar devalued IRELAND MARCH Members of the Irish Republican Army lead a parade through the strnefs of Belfast in Northern Ireland. All went off peacefully. WASHINGTON !ent Nixon tion of the United official Monday, si ;ion raising the 'Al'i "I'resi- Hn- devalua- StuLus dollnr inc of lo lii an ounce from This clKingr in jjnM con- Lent of Uie ciolhi1, fust sincu amounts tn JIM cent increase in value, ot a U.S. agreed to it at an Interna- tional conference lien: last Dec. iy. "This doll a r soul Nixon in a .statement, "is a basic point departure in working toward a new interna- tional economic stability, This action cannol-and docs not- stand pace surgery poss 7.S9 per will dollar dcv.iluation. I The chiinse will oflicially I lako effect until Treasury tary John ConiKilly notifies uffi- cials of the IiiiurnnlioiiEil Mono- lai'y Fund. Paul A. Volcker, urn Icr seer c- of the treasmy for mone- tary affairs, tnUl roiiurlurs ho flid not know ConnaHy would formally notify liui J.MF. He added liial ;iny delay '.voulcl he a and "not terribly significant1' inas- much as the money mar- kets quickly adjusted to devla- uutioii of the dolbr when (ho Copies S3. 30 plus fox 1269 Ave, WASHINGTON CAP) Sur- gery sueh as appendectomies might he needed aboard space- newspapers and jeopardizing j ships millions of miles from appendectomies would be to re- move the appendices of all pace traveller prior to blast- about the flareup of freedom ot the press. Three small B.C. newspapers blackorl out provincial But their statements have government advertising in pro- Isrv seemed In be aimed at pre- iaring the American public for .sharp increase in American ir activity, including the possi- tesl against ill e government ban will continue their boycott. CONTINUE BAN Ron Powell, co-owner of To- enrth if man uHimalely The scientists spoke of Die >ilily of a renewal of the large-- gy pubUcalioils Ltd_ of Cran. scale bombing raids on North Vietnam which ended in iDCifl. Vietnam has figured litMc in lomeslic American politics re- cenlly. Senator George McGovern and other anti-war figures on .he campaign trail have had la switch to other issues to attract attention. Senators Hubert Humphrey and Edmund Muskio have not appeared to he hurt unduly hy their pro-war support of the pasl. TRIPLE EFFECT But a dramatic increase in fighting in South Vietnam is likely to mean an increase in three other areas: In U.S. air activity, in American casualties and in home-front rhetoric. Democratic opponents of President Nixon's policies aro sure to renew their attacks on Vietnamization if the Commun- ist assaults achieve anv sub stantial victories over Vietnam's armed forces. Soutli TOWN of CARDSTON GARBAGE COLLECTION BIDS The Town of Cardston will accept bids for the purchase of the Town Garbage equipment, and for (he collection of the Town's garbage. Bids to be in the hands of the Municipal Secre- tary, K. 0. Bevans by the 18lh day of April, 1972. irook, said tlie three papers by bis firm will con- mue their ban until the gov- >rnment gives assurance thai ts advertising will not be with- drawn again in retaliation against newspapers. The resumption of govern- ment advertising in the Vic- oria papers "is not good enough for he said. "Tile issue is partly answered, but ive don't know that this (gov- ernment boycott) will not hap- pen again tomorrow or next week." Today Publications publishes dailies and a weekly with combined circulation of 200. Margaret Murray, editor of the Bridge River Lillooet New said she uses government ads for jobs and services, but re- fuses to run ''Social Credit propaganda." 1 don't believe in Social Credit ads boosting themselves and paid for by public she said. Mrs. Murray said she thought the Victoria papers were "going back on them- selves" in accepting govern- ment ads. Meanwhile, decision on 8 Su- preme Court test case by seven firms challenging the validity of the government nd-ban leg- islation is still pending. lengthy interplanetary voyages, panel of scientists said here. And the space agency should begin now to plan for filling de- coyed teeth and treating medi- cal ailments aboard the space- craft, said the Space Science Board of the National Academy of Sciences, While not specifically recoin- possible need for space surgery such tilings as blood part of a major report on a much broader sub- ject, Human Factors in Long- Duration SpaccHighL :STUDY Releasing the report, result- ing from more than four years' study undertaken at the request mending it, the hoard suggested of the National Aeronautics and one way to eliminate deep-space I Space Administration, the N'a- lional Academy said it could be summarized thus: "Before man ventures into space for long periods, a great deal more needs to be known i )iit a whole range of physiol- ogical antl psychological fac- j tors, from deconditioning of body syslcms during long (lights to possible impairment of men- tal peifonnance due lo lengthy isolation and confinement. 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