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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Low lonighf -5 -10; high Friday 10 15. The letKbridge Herald RIGHT ON TARGET FOR 1975 VOL. LXV No. 4 LETHBRIUGK, ALBEKTA, THURSDAY, IJECEMBER 14, 1972 PRICE KOT OVER 10 CENTS TWO XKCT10NH 28 PAGES United States throws weight behind Christmas peace package By MICHAKL GOLDSMITH PA JUS (AF> Tfifi United Staffs threw its rapport today behind the Christinas peace package proposed by South Vietnamese President Nguyen Van Tnieu and accused North Vietnam of lining "high pres- sure" tactics in an attempt in i m pose an settlement, H-r.'ward Is ham, representing the United States at the weekly session of the semi-public Paris psaos taite, toH the Comrnsj- ri.'U it was lulJle for trcsrrn to tor.tLriue clamoriig for signa- ture of the cea5efire agreement drafted Ln October by Henry Kissinger and Due Tno of the North Vietnamese politburo. I n our coimtry, the hi gh salesman who tries to immediate signature of S.T Incomplete contract onJy s ng teharn South Vietnamese delegate Pritrn Dang pijl rxrfore the confereew the made by Tnieu in a spe-yjh last Tues- day. They call for a cea-xrfire, r elea.vj of rni U tary of Xorth ViMnarn- forces from South Vietnam E nd Viet y negot ia tions or] South Vietnam's politi- cfei future. Hanoi and the Viet '.r.e package "A-ithln hours of ar-d to- o U. governmerit re- fraLiwJ from commenting on l'.em. Bui told tte Corn- they offered the oppor- tunity for "a reasonable dia- logue'1 and askerf i "Are prepared to examine thesfl pro- posals obj ecti ve ly and to en- i in discuss ion o! HAKD CHOICES WASHINGTON 'CP> Henry Kiss-in ger' s retJirn without a Vietnam psv.t apparently prtients President Nixon today v.y.h some hard, choices on to reach a peace agreement. Nijcoa arranged a morning meetijig v-ith his adviser, who returned short ly bef ore mid nignt Wednesday night from nir.e days of arduous bargaining in Paris with Hanoi's Le Due Tho. Asked by reporters to corn- merit on the promise he made seven weeks ago that "peace is et Kissinger replied; that's a great phrase.'1 Trie presidential adviser said he could TfA comment on the Paris talks unti 1 had re- to Nixon, added he hoped to meet reporters in two or three days' time, Asked whether there would be peace by Christmas, Kissinger said he did not waul to make any predictions. GIVES NO Nixon's de is ion to summon Khsinger to Washington was re- garded by observers as an in- dication, that a final pact had not been agreed upon, although White spokesman Ronald Ziegler would give no sign whether or n ot progr ess hid been made. White House remained si- lent wi the causes for delay in a V ietnam se' t lernent v.tti ch had Deemed imminent v.i' h KIs s in- ger's Oct. 20 "peace is at Karja" sta tern en t. A high a drninis- t r a t i o n official against ho1-1.- soon an accord mijcrit be reached. CHiPPIHO AWAY Cernan chips away ct lunar rock as his Jack S-chrniil stands by during ihird cr.d fir.ol of the rr-oon surface. (A? Queen agrees to changes BT JOHN BKST -CP; TV:'. hs- hid ar, ex- change of vie-.-.--; '.he a crverha'j! Royal prerogative in the area of macy, Prime .'.Unister Tnideau's office disclosed TM Queen a suggestion that she mignt dis- sigrung letters of of Car.adian en- voys rfesponsiftiiity over U> Canada's instead. Canadian goverrtrr.erJ-. vriil V.- ber Trish- ec or. this poLri'. the prime rniruster's office. ric space decade over Guards farmer rights PJC SWIJIART Herald Staff Writer EDMONTON" Eomon- tcn rnsn has rjet-n appointed by the provmcis.! the gasjciisn of the rights of farmetK. Asric-uityre MJnisltr Hugh Homer told trw Unifarm annual convention Kelmyl Entrup, v.-ho I'ni- of take over will responsible: to Dr. Hom- er. the convention wts told. CHIEF ROLF; Mr. Entrap '.old Tne tod ay the v.- t ion i s sonjetning we've seeded for the last 20 He said his chief role v.ill be to act as an sd'.lser to farmers on legal arxi mat- ters. On serioos cases of that he can not he v-ith ALotrts Om- buclsmai! Gwrge ilcCleHan- He v.ill have the government's entire legal staff at hi'; Mr. En'j-jp many farm- ers eT-d o-'posEUOD hase already callwi to congratulate him -drd pifcdge support. (More storifj oa T4RGET DATE .SET BACK ilingualism an altered OTTAWA (CP) The government announced today hcc.v it will go about filling nearlv 25.0'JO public service pfjfitions with bilingual persons by 1578 without dis- crirnmatiriH against public Trie alK-rC'd policy announced by Treasury Board President C. M. I-irury sets back by three years the target date for a functionally bilingual public service, and nine to de-isnate end fill bi- linsusl portions white protecting the job security ol unliingua! public sen ants. The viewed as curving such positions will thus p. I .isiactior; have nine to become bilingual if they choose to do so. Those leg to Learn the second lan- guage vnll be given a full year o! lansuage trsiairjj! at govern- Kom AP-RELTER HOUSTON year. ez- only. P. had yet rxx-n yA into effefjt. the charges v.riich tte Qjec-n agreed to. '-ere proposed -'; a to oi '.iv- r it v-a.-. Tr.e rr.airj v.a.1; cjt on the arr.ount of tirr.e vhich it taktt to carry out tr.e forrnaiite'i OTTAWA fCP) The con- ciiiauon report or. Lhe contract dispute postal and the go'-'ern-me-'t Eiibirdtted to the tv.o par- ties this rcomlns. cf the public service staff re'.2- tlor.s board, v.ho receives re- from conciliatio.'i hoards under federal said the un- ion arid government had re- c jested no public release Mf.rjday at r-oon. The of Postal Cniois' nov, v.iil study the report rr.ove to make the to the union's "K.'ffs members V.'hether the recommenda- tions are acceptable to the par- ties should rx; rmo'ATi in a fevr days. If not accepted, there could be a pcstsl sirixe. A can board within the public service over previous methods of irt-odudr.g Ln.-'JtuUonaL billni'ualism. Tne disaffection surfaced during trie last election when three Ottawa ridLnss. heavily by pchlic servants, o'osted Libera1. MPs. despite ir.ter- C255I03 by prirr.e rrjnis'.er. The go-.ernmest sahbuied the reactkra to a misrep- tion of its ir.'-y-Mj; i' lo--es i- .r parts o! As a result, it tooi: eitira cars prior to anr-oijuce- nent today. EXPLAFN'ED AT CAUCUS Trie revr was explained to a number of 'Liberal MPs at a caucus meeting arid jome mernber- of the press vere hrlefed in ad'.'ance. The crux of Mr. Dr-jry''s statement is that so'.'emrrjent ooi-anrnents will have to desig- nate bilingual pTsitioris by Dec. J3T3 aiyi fill tham m'.h g-.-A by Dec. V-. !ST3. Tee ai.TiS of the institutional sirr.e: To provide federal serv- ir-vs to Canadians in the official language of theL- choice, ar.d to where possible, the right to worl-: in the lanraage of their choice. Mr. Drjry specified thjat the latter is possible in Ottawa. Montreal, ar.d parts of eastern and northern Ontario. northern and eastern New TGe ''principles'' outlLned by Mr. Drjry for attainment of these aims are. in essence, a clarification of :he policy t h e government cialins was mis- interpreted. Mr. Drury estimates that nearly out of a total public ser-ice positions, will be designated as bilingual be- t'.teer: and the dead- line. About half of thes-; are This U a departure from the p' esen: whereby public waiting to become biiinsual atteiw'27 of ten- pjage courses over a periwi of three 1: T unilLngual employee chooses t-U to bilingual, or is unsuccessful in his lan- guage course and refuses a transfer to an equivalent unilin- pjal 'nosition. he will be re- stricted m future to appjjing for positions. C. M. DRURY Russians smarting from UN setback VNITED NATIONS The Soviet L'nion was smari- ir.a today from a serious politi- cal defeat vhich saw the United Elites win a bid to have its con- tributira to costs of runnLig the Uriiied Na'-ioriS cut sharply, General Assembly vexed by an overwhelming fii to 27 Seen and heard About town Elma BenneU explain i n g that she'd to have lamily again vhile watching young- Etcrs play ai day care centre LethbrJdge Community College infonristion officer Gord Colledge hamg his loot stepped on by a student enroi- in the Priorities Err.ploy- rner.t Program Provincial Jucsre Hudson plairJn? abyji the frequency of chsrrtT diiring thi; V.'ednesd a ni ght Lo trim the U.S. contribution u> 25 from 2i.52 per cent, still trie highest of any member state, Tns 27 who voted against included the Soviet Union "and Cuba. TweAy- t'A'o members abrtained. The Soviet assessment of UN costs Ls 14 per cest. but Sonet Ambassador Jacob Malik wsir-ed thai Moscow re- it? rigri" to cut Us corjtri- bution also. He said the prin- ciple of setiing sssessments ac- cordirs to the relative ability of states to pay hsd beea violated. Ac cordi r; g ;o that principle, he said, the U.S. as the richest ir; the vro: id; should pey iS per cent. Crushed Koreans need your help A helping handful At prc-ren'. Iri each case, tra-.e! arid fort.h marj sddfjd. s pin-e of 'J-x: Atlar.tic, 're tr.e rjufjUon of signing letters of credence of the L5 said have ar- gued that since they are addressed by one head of state to heads of state rnir.- of ar.y her ov. n on tNe frre'leniiais o( Canadian Tr.o sijll h'sd o( KNOCKKD An African native has bffn ar- in an accMrnt In vh-'ch hpart transplant pioneer Dr. C, h ri s t i a a n FJ a m a rrf a n fl b i wife knocked down and injured hy a hit-anrl-run driv- rr in Tripe Tow n nigiit. Dr. Barnard, M, and hii; wiff, Barbara, who is pregnant, were takf-n to OrooU' Schuur Hospital, srpnc fff thf heart trAnsfilanl ftfrrf Ihoir iJilion was rif-scrihfl as w. forget I: 12 the Korea flryjd cc-bth toll rose U> Kl ptrsorts as dcy. arifj the n u rr- r of i r v.-on'. o.'. "i to to by the Central Fleadquarters. "More thsn SK.OOO verfi left horr.c-ieos ar-4 f-c-ri vieiirfiS are to in- crease, t r.e d qua rtc-r s Proyxrrty darriJsse the capita! ioon forge; Today are appealing for h-clp. Vi'e arc for des- perate people. Wf: are the for the Unitarian Ser- vice Vi'e h a v e pitched1 o-jr hc'p and v-e miist hsve FJcvls have- c-i ire Ko- of barley lor Korea a rno t o they rise ar.-i rebuild. to, too, to the occa-, I hem Tr.irt'r: God the o help them, Kv car. e c-s'l if >e acr-s c'j Uiese hungr .nJIdrerj? V.' i t h a mighty he-a But no "A1 v.e iieed idi'Aell of Find body of Alberta trawper NORDEGG Tte t'xiy o: trapoer Jerry in the Forest near this abo-j: ifo miles veFt of Deer. of TTJS Monday erd s" ar ch crs v.'t-e encour ?ed or--; cf his p'jriies from air. The DO'y carried a r.we at- tached to Tre on white I'm a of csrnr- or. v.e-: 'idcr tf river." He btiic-v vd referring to Wapiti Creek. rjns carnp nesr the cretk va? v.-f-Jl stock- ar.d a half tors truck was parked Official? ?''on- dsy vten his v'fe. re- is iri them. t'.is call for t. must an; Tnen. hy grace, our v.-ill worth wTiiie. '3 o jr ci ol K' r to e! FLin'J, '3 Albtna Truman slips NSAS Harry c'rr.iv.K-d to slio ir. r U) stay ;