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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Police seize tapes EDMONTON HCMP have seized more than tape cartridges here and in Grande Prairie as a pail ot a nation-wide crackdown on "pir- ate" tape recordings. A spokesman said today eight-track tapes were seized Friday from an Edmonton dis- tributor and about 700 Thursday from Grande Proiriu business outlets. He said similar raids have been curried out in Manitoba and Ontario and more arc ex- pected in other parts of Canada. Pirate tapes are copies of genuine brandname tape, made Chi-Clii gravely ill says London zoo LONDON (AP) Chi-Chi, the London Zoo's giant panda, has been withdrawn from ex- hibition and her keepers fear she may die soon. Chi-Chi the leading panda in the until two youngsters from China, Ilsing-IIsing and Ling-Ling, arrived in Washington a v.eek ago. But now she is approach- ing her 15th birthday. By panda standards she is an old ivonian. Pandas in captivity never have lived more than 15 or 15 years. Londor. zoo officials say her days are numbered. "The old gir' just seems to want to sleep more and said a zoo spokesman. "For the last ttirce or four she's been spending more and more 1irne asleep." Chi-ChL entered the interna- tional spotlight in 10GG when zoo officials attempted to mate her to her nearest, most suitable partner, An-An, an in- mate of Moscow Zoo. SPURNED ADVANCES First, Chi-Clii visited Rus- sia. Then An-An travelled to England. Hut Cbi-Chi always spurned An-An's advances. By 1969, she was too old to mate, experts said. Visitors attracted by Chi- Chi's ill-starred "romance" flicked to London Zoo. But re- cently they have peered in vain into iho panda's enclo- sure. She won't come out of her den. The ?oo has posted a notice saying CM-CM has been with- drawn from exhibition so she can bo "more peaceful." Chi-Chi was purchased in 1058 for and despite her short life expectancy the zoo spokesman said she "one of the most valuable anl mals in the world." Monday, April 1972 THE inHBRIDOE HEKAID 15 ithrjut the permission ot the uusician and recording com- ny and without payment of oyallies to them. "The majority ot the tapes re manufactured in the United tales then brought into Can- da. Some of them have trade ames and some are ic HCM spokesman said. The raids apparently followed onsullalions between the ian Record Manufacturers' As- ociation and the HCMP. No charges have been laid. are proposed for Sept. 1, 1972, while the turn signal regulations would go into effect Jan. 1, 1973. The other improvements, the h o o d -1 a t c h system and the strengthened side doors, would be required by Sept. 1, 1974 and July 1, 1973, respectively. Car safety regulations proposed OTTAWA