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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE UTHSRIDGE HttALO Tuwdoy, 12, 1972- News in brief Securitv meet recessed UN stalls action on Ulster issue From REUTER-AP national treaty against terror- fMTED NATIONS ism be prepared early in 1973, j Western hopes for decisive ac- j and a compromise resolution of- dos: by the United Nations j fered by Britain, Canada, Ja- j against terrorism lay shattered I pas, Australia, New Zealand today after the General Assem-: arxi nire other states Trere not bly-s legal committee approved voted on. to discuss the pcssi-j Several Westeru and neutral; bllity of a European security j countries earlier had demanded I conference decided Monday to Friday as the starting date for I have a SCMiay recess starting the Cbriscaas recoss ard also Friday. supported the proposal of not Tre decision was taken dur- again Jan. 15. j ing tie SO-rninuta afternoon ses- i The Soviet Union and cth-er j sicn in Poland mace a Eastern countries held that the compromise proposal saying recess should. be as short ss' tea: no plenary sessions sfcculd possible. Bin: the Polish com- i be held bees-sen Dec. 15 and promise proposal got feirg-; go- A U.S. proposal that an inter- to draft an anti-terrorisa coo- vesuoa for rjbisJssica. to aezt i years assembly. The successful resolution, ap- proved by 76 votes to 34 with 16 abstentions, asked states for their observations on terrotisia J and proposed to set up an ad hoc committee to examine those views, with the committee re- Ja btrn leaving onen Armv takes over Govt. plans changes at hospital PONOKA. ALTA. have piled up on since garbage collectors on scrike five clays ago. The decision to call in increased vrases feet Jean Verdier who stressed ons for alL certain to be endorsed by the The provincial hospital in this assembly la plenary session central Alberta TTithin the cezt eight days. 11% undergo major changes assembly is cue to adjourn nezt the nerci five years, inducing I Tuesday, a reduction of staff and tntilu- CRITICIZE FAILURE prrocse ceveloontsnt of its Delegate after delegate took cilides. Eealth ilhisier _Neil the floor after the vote to said ilcr-day nigbt. i; dze many called the "UN's Mr. Cra-srcrd toki a meeting failure to "come to base cans daily. tnat Pcnoks MLA Don Me- the of terrorism- th-e strike call OTer demands for Crlntmcti had draTm his atten- T i T rt-t-, U. fV'''' T! ff, -j r "JT-I-- cay Tanaica said ias fj? Chicago tcere wse cosscs 2 Ji f Vfi, _i_ A. 3GAHI BEACH- Jls. nlsnisd boTtibs in the A CsnSvllSTX "CvSS i-rr V-rgJf crrilrpc- O m M. in the cf the Fcntai-' TifeCifiSIZ charged attenipting to ez- torr Slffi.SOG from the sotal a bomb Alton Cyril Mcfcrquodgle, raan. r-iade 'tbe de- K WIndsorr Oct.. was charged znand in person after vftth -vioisticci of the Act, into the hotel sasagsrs ofScet covers ertorticns againsty An easployee is office caued fausisesses ccerating in police and he vv as arrested mis- state commerce. uies later vKfiojct cffeing A noan cblnjed to iave i sistance. tbe spGaesHian said. said at 10 a.m.. SST that Efee 85-; year-old Truman's sigss; cur- iay uesn a nt tOG Murder suspect is milling to return for TORONTO fCP; Frasz DevelL, a retired carperter mccthly Canada pes- tfcree said Monday tbe TC resHy seed the a Toroiso boroogh, retired three years ago "so that I dcn-'t gs: a great anyway but it's jast thft fact cs the thrse oects a n-jcnti.. WOCli COIS6 last three cents as a rsscir of a percentage in- crease in the cost of Bring. JSr. said tbe gov-em- "jssxjst soiiis- ing these things up-. N'oooiy ns i Cazscg Get, 20. at the pc-Os, their right nsiotJ bo-ier i Barrett -sTOaSd. only sar that he j -sdth three is "fast as a? fee i tekpcoced federal aj> f and that he's not tJsorfisss bere bet was told to f ISed to SS-T. j 25 Phoenix should use its own taz ......73 43 1 Asked if he foasd Trtxsear: I acre in. bis strJtsfe S after his setback in 1 35 Tocay: SSEET bat sy: Ckcdy. fssr- to tbe 2. the afteraacu Highs days 5 to 13 tcnigic zero to 10 cekiw szcept 5 East I abcg sbpes of fee Boczies, cay 10 to 25. Ixwi 15 to 23, to- zero By THE PEESS r i 73. Pulitzer EEg' poet. Bis Collected Poems i won tfce H Los olsotL of Eeacn __i _ 'Tsj very, very bstspv that An Ed- i Lasdhlac, says froci CsriS- rfJie jrime Tsiniffier sltered I ratilo staticn ar.d the bg. that rnaa detnasds to i aSitsde OE I Ednaoriten Joymal py a. man; face a secret isfonsant this the sreriier ssM, i I tzrsnted for qaesticziing tn the stateissnt Mm in tbe f "J'm hacoy to Snd. that tfce I !smrder last year of Efesoctos lease. [level rof nzed assets f f trar-si aggnt Robert SerfHe is f Ksith LsttsT a law i penskn redrseBte) can be I the matter c-f; e They gave to Kit of tfcose LetJibridp Herald's estiSf ing Haadftu Fand 'clcse of tie Unitarian Ccro- Caiiada and tlvs 0> KOTftS- rtsfon. The os the report. n. If only you'd called me last year. is.-.. Dor.'? c-jcir. fee Ler sf 1 KAZ HAAAGA 327-345J 515 7rfi Swtfi SinLifc ts r is OFCANADA J H. TUB GRINDERS fcoy and grain "Steekmen't VEftSATItf dmntei a HAYEUSTH Tofa wlfl grind Hoy, tme'I iofa cem, cofrt onrf high tern A con on your form COUHS HIGHWAY PHONE 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF sy 2, Fort to is in good -yirrter coo- Czigsr? to Edmonton, patches, packed on the shoulders. Highway 3, east, to Grassy Laxe, condition with Sight packed snow in shdtered areas. Highway 3, lightly snow icy sections or. hifls ard 5n fe are in Lethbridge district are hs ges> erglly good cocdition. RlghvTay l, Tran? Canada siippery ssc- t'wns, Banff to with occa- slippery sections. Bgnff-rUdJuni and Banff-JaS' per highways, plowed snd ed, few sBppery sections. sre that mor tires or properly fitting chains are roandstory in all na- parks grxJ OQ ski access T6TAC TO Mfl.fl good condition, lightly snov? All other highways in PORTS OF ENTRY r Opening Closing CootU 24 9 s.m, to 6 p.m.; Dei Bonita a.m. to 6 p.m.; RooseviJlft. B.C. 9 a.rfj. to f> p.m.: B.C.; W hours; PorthiH Rykcrts 8 to midnight; Chief Mountain 1 8 a.m. to 5 ;