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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE UETriBRIDGE HERA4.D August 1973 Big splash Reaching the end of a trip on a Wally Watts of Edmonton splashed into the Atlantic in Halifax. feel he said after his trip from Van- couver. Now he plans to write a book on his adventure. Kissinger plans meetings with omats By BERNARD GWERTZMAN New York Times Service WASHINGTON Henry A. Kissinger has summoned sev- eral American ambassadors to confer with him on the policies and problems of the state department in advance of next month's senate hear- ings on his nomination to re- place William P. Rogers as Secretary of State. A White House official said the many of whom have worked closely in the past with Pres- ident Nixon's national security will meet with him over the next 10 days at San or Washing- New census may cloud grant issue EDMONTON A fur- ther census in November to re- solve whether Edmonton re- ceived exces s i v e provincial grants may only further cloud the city council was told Monday. The comment came from Dave municipal affairs in an Aug. 17 letter that Mayor Ivor Dent presented to council. The minister said he appre- ciates Edmonton's difficulties because of the conflicting cen- sus figures for .1970 and 1971. point remains that other municipalities are expressing their concern with the situation and requesting a satisfactory resolution. Mayor Dent suggested last month the matter be held in abeyance until the November census and noted there is no consistency in census reporting across the province.. million sought by kidnappers Paraguay A British businessman was kidnapped Monday night and his captors have demanded a ransom equivalent to mil- police said today. Police named the business- man as Ian manager the Lie big Meat Co. The abduction was confirmed by spokesmen for the the largest meat-packing company in whose plant is ton. Kissinger has returned to the California White House af- ter a weekend in Mexico and a one-day visit to Washington. While in Kissin ger held a long session at the White House with Kenneth the deputy secretary of state who has agreed to re- main as No. 2 man. Aides said that the two men discussed personnel prob- lems and other bureaucratic matters that Kissinger will have to resolve once he is con- firmed by the senate. They also had a wide-ranging discussion of foreign policy aides a former ambassador to Wesl who was deputy sec- retary of defense before com- ing to the state department as Rogers' has a interest in European affairs and will continue to concen- trate in that area for aides said. Kissinger met with senate majority leader Mike and had lunch with Sen. J. W. chairman of the Foreign Relations Com- mittee the group which wilj hold the hearings on Kissin- ger's nomination A committee source said today that the hear- ings were tentatively set to be- gin on Sept. two days after Congress reconvenes from its summer holiday. Although as Nixon's national security advi- has an intimate and detail- ed knowledge of American for- eign he has up to now not paid much attention to the problems of running a large bu- particularly one that in the past he has criti- cized for being over devoid of ideas and full of news leaks. A White House official said that Kissinger decided to the of state depart- ment officials with whom he has had some contact before and to solicit ideas from peo- ple in and out of the depart- ment. Great Falls reporter subpoenaed Mont. Frank a reporter for the Great Falls says he has been subpoenaed by the Lewis and Clark county attor- ney here in connection with an investigation into alleged cam- paign violations by Gov. Thom- as Judge. Adams' column In mid-July touched on the investigation. The county Thomas is looking into certain unreported contributions to the 1972 campaign of the Montana mr WOOLCO TO-SCHOOL VALUES Big Fall Values in Boys' Separates Boys' Knit Shirts at Savings Qualify Sports Shirts for Less A. Take your pick from our big assortment of cotton or mix broadcloth shirt and 2-button. barrel cuffs with solids and patterns. In cuffs with solids and patterns. 2 .97 EACH Glen Check Corduroy Flares Choose from assorted styles and fabrics. 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