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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta KillTOItl M S in o n he .r IPS .if hp c ind he if HP gppre if in 1 o-Ti S-T t SPT pttpr not t '-nmprois n rJ -f f o hsm n f virh Q-T rr ipnfa IT ji-.rl ntproefprl pRt n -tiiaijct t -r-nlr1 Vip he vill TiOfo p 'hp o' rtinij r nro n -s-ir r- C.1 -n J-PC rf hp ir.s Virh .jp n hp jip'i.rn if hp rp hp- o-nrnpn'' vip'- p r1 ts n HP i-.-nnqv -.icsincr nfnj nif'tinn VIP ho 7 irnnlH irt ifv is n prj p hp inrtnina -if t Via V li Tipnt n friif --fr r. irvrl -ii J f r'j -ic-rr v'll o IMS lie t jHincr Tojt.ntr A ir'iri TP -nipimiim wll nP hsl if if V'ing 17 jp4 if WEEKEND MEDITATION The return of hope on the 'November fwr ft is hope expectatior Th itc 'ho J7O corner the mightv power of Into 'he worH com jov Tha worlrf news of great jov which 'hsll rr-'-jnv -is to a of It is atranpe that in iis jovful nature and penitpfitial season Thomas of wrote a hvmn esppriallv to introduce first of Advent whirh hecame verv popttlar known Dav nF Wrath iVfany i a wreath for the season of Advent circle eternity The encloses four candies to the oF waiting For comine 6f Jesus TW candles are lighted on successive SwrrfJavs John expresses the Advent spirit The light shineth in darkness and the dartnest t ffriprehended it not or. as Iranqlnttiq it The darkness has navflr put il nitt This is true Men still believe that earth Is fipqr tw heaven that God can speak Ifo that fakes an interest in the world that tnith goodness and heaiitv are eternal that Itive can never he destroved that in tins world is mightier than Merwd and his chieitv that life Is stronger than dtnth awl Hint evil is dtidmed In all nations of the wMId one finds this truth emerfjing through their tellgitids Inre SM that at the cominn ut Jesus Hie wlttile world was waiting for the siinMsp lit Uetitlanv the given Hie VVellihaChteh tir Nljjlit of ittdv Advent as a time dedication Ofilv the dedicated are tut the divine violation tn rnosl pie tllvlnltv Me came in Ills own and his own received Him nti'. full Of vtftofy ihsf rfiefnofv of most m for know hour the Son of Man This evfy Disraeli thsft most important thmp in life to for vonr itra3t moment it Most men arp content to live with vulgar pleasures thfl rfmmal Ifvel fhf best in irspi' rnerfiofntv Their are low and Advotit Prrmes to no vnsp of snd trumpet' jov no 3 fhe of a long apo to man s to rnrjoiVfi from fo vcorkl s youth 10 soften the world s heart to proclaim s truth Ifi in'sfnat'1 s truth Up hot jav I arn the truth'' Altrfrl wHrns us He t'firnes to us as one unknowh without nafne as of nlrt bv thp lakeside bf to those fneh who knew hirn not Me speaks lo us the same follow ihou w sets us to the tasks whK'h he has to fulfil for our time Me rofnfnawls And those who obey. whether thev he wise or he will hlrfiself in the the sufftr ing they shall pass through in Mis fellowship and as an mystery they shall learn in their own experience who he Is If this prtjjenence comes to you then the Adyenl expectation will cornp to von Here U my hMCt. 0 pldce. until rtlvlftliy Mui rflrf ml rorne to M niMble7 H M Turbulent period for jf. rhpv i-s MO nuiph i hat in -nnthpr n trt in t n n r r Han i .float irjnn P. 3. Vtaoor. commentator ifteew tniustars- net -nmister is 'It fould aot views open a- FVenrn utu-iai onn .nonoiosjaes 'hai not It was d-dialogBe-of'hP near- ind -hp- sule- not c vouid nave-been vanung. hear another ji- r-ve 'eti 'js at titanic that owiiDied the- '1P' of '.vords- orevious ministertai meptines jUUurtps 7hpn hecp- -ttssmger's jte-no longer acute-The east- t .vest conferences JIT Vlth lialneue-'-vas.a.camrjtete-'ton. .vorfcs iro- British vas j. litfifuit iiir neertv dinlomats jescribefl jS jwne 'onferpnop- Tiore- JitficuU 'he-Mutual -is not o 'wairsnt an past- han jnv nher U urnmit herp- s eternal mil obstmateiv -eferrpa 'oursp- 'I o With wri s -trticninits I vrnk ill i h ope for a peaceful Ireland Mora or irfino no ilo if '-10- T -.1 1.0 irriPit shprj iri'ioli .IP .O V HP jnpmg if vill lomp- for n hat Vlr m vhn iss iow Vfr as 2r-.tam will lave e even t IP rn nnlrt in he us .s 3 'here will r-'er he -naiortv n he es 'hat -hp vill in 5s as 'he ilesa Armv mcts ina pntec'.on srnss 'heiorner t 'hese wo ssues isa int sesi it v -vn vnh anrt n It t low -nur.i 5r pri Vi if Ir sh ift it 'lie it ng r.ontierit more than 20000 to Has agreement for to IP up 4i Qintp wrong interpret the return tn 'he that the 203 who iQ'JQ their in For the new in two I from tno- Old it the dotivo jc of rf substantial psrt of Romsrn minoritv c-omrnimitv which will now participate in in thp old IVP fullv bv 'he Dublin government thst rtlfhough the ftepublK written rcmstifufion it down that the territory of Ireland includes the six fourt- of Northern freland knriwn r-5 the g v e r n rn p n t now dc knowledge thai Uhter for hrne being part of iMr Mealh and his are well aware that we have- not seen the end of terror that the com- so ptnnhilly achiev- ed rtiHV not stick The Northern Ireldnd Mr Kutilkner is In danger of bfirin disowned by hK own I'nionist and if he loses the in the newly Hivlrd Northern Ireland of one snrt naif million in Northern Ireland ihetovo-thircis mainly Prouw- people who want tn re main part of Britain and the one thirrt mamlv Roman fathohr people up with the Irish Republic and refuse to sclcflowlerffe ould be any alternative to a united Ireland This squaring of the circle has been achieved by setting up a Council of to represent the two parts of Ireland this could become the embryo of a future confedera- tion of the two but could remain a mainly con- sultative and advisory dealing with issues of com- mon social and economic concern while the ultimate sovereignty remains split between Dublin and West- minster The new Council will be a two-thirds affair an ex- ecutive and a consultative with the two parts of Ireland represented equal- ly on each There will also be a general secretary and secretarial to manage their business Just what they will do. or where they will do it. an- being left to further studies to he examined by another tripartite conference which will meet in February The real disagreements which took the meetings to the drink of disaster were first over Dublin s recognition of Northern and over co-ooeratlon in lave been no it he ssue Mr '.isgrave Irsn armp -nmiirer iaa no power o iltpr he 'he 1 -e'aicf Con 2'j- ne letied nar.nnausr rartiunn ana show- iimseit M stake us irj 3 aubllC 3nmisft 'Jiar le vould rssoecr he if Northen incl JUC.T a ume ss a of oeooie in 'he n favor of r jnitv h was a difficult to swallow and one that voulfi certainiv rtave been re- av nis Coniervatve aredecessors The second issue nf law en- was even aarter to resolve VTr Faulkner anr.a told me thai he believes terropsm muld end in a fort- night if on I v the South did not otfer asvlum the cnminals He must himself have known that this was an exaggeration for there are large caches of arms and a lot of protection tor the IRA m the Catholic areas of Belfast and Lon- donderry .Nonetheless his remark revealed the frustrations felt by the Northern politicians when arts of violence including coid blooded murder are committed by men who then Haunt their deeds in the Republic What Mr Faulkner and his fnends wanted was that the South should ex- tradite criminals wanted by I he Northern Ireland police A compromise was finally reached on which legal details have still to be worked but laving down the novel principle that crimes of murder or gun-running com- muted m one part of Ireland. could be tried in the other There a equally dis- pute of which at one time seemed likely to rupture the Sunr.ingdalc conference This was the demand of the Northern Catholics that I 'Isler policing should come under the Council of Ireland. to protect their side against the allegedly Protestant itnaa Jster rr isrier -norths. TT IHQ vouia lor he -ixeeimve IT ill iniess he vas i aoues arcs ill he jJntisn siven- -nem las lone TSS neeii ammise -or he ime neine 'a iver he it aw 2nn iner n -jnaon nsresa n rinaer-zne t Jacx vith he ither inwers seil- o nfler ijif1- Vlr vtil -insult vth he executive itiout selling ip 5 amice The rtenunnc will 'hen set JD in sauivaienc juthonrv n -he oner ci-ooerate oeerher .n eniorang aw ana one1- under the Council 01 Ireland s saonsorsnin It easv for skepncs to aomt out the manv loopnoies n L.Te caiirnunique to that it accsotanie anlv aeeausi1 ot tne aeJinerate smnieuiues ana that the raal.-J awkward practical have been lett for legal argument and orevent agreement be said is that the 'Afo oarts of both represented by recenth eiectPd governments have never been so close together nor so ready to co-operate m repressing the IRA The collapse of inter- national sympathy for the terrorists along with their hope of getting weapons and monev has been illustrated by a highly significant Irttle postscript Senator Edward Kennedy who formerly sup- ported the IRA against has now recommend- ed Mr William Whitelaw. the principal author of the present agreement as a suitable can- didate for the Noble Peace prize of th'ese- on JATQ oeen' rrranv n -elation- rntr 'n wrfd'- affatrs created- j nuar'er of a-cenfurv Or- .is to Srussets fo dis- 'v th us closest IP- aJcT 1 1 e-s s in' -he- 5 -he- aroblems -ireumstanpes- nv 'he-Hrrergence- he- jormminitv j- ooliTirsi efltirv as situation n it veaoons 3na ov -onHitions n other oarrs ISA'P- -neaamif 3inre- the1.' actions- 3atai jil on irtsa voros- -eem rorrr -eautv he- irsiters jt -he- TEW N-VTO reeiarsiiorf orrrr- itflef 3BKTt iaif he- TiHiit vorrc hsi eiter vom he- ro TOT vsntaav rr Ire -t tai' is t s- 3IOW1Y m he inui he1' TS-ve 'onsirncieELa srou- SiirnrsKHT lunsiituifc he cr'-Kic3 o Ire -dnencsiB a. --rm T Tns. las oesr mfirjities TOT miv n s -vTC jm jds 'tl vrncn ea roi ir he neitier ne- viil st 3ui aim ensifr jnoi. 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Himnaiicsilv oener Ir -iiSHnEBT sra Mr -aid TH vas ov -he i inn .viT '.te rcsis o -aia -he1-' he -mercan Tuciesr Ir -i.siirriier am n 3arson vurr .he la ne 'he ioviet tie anneavais n '-be mn -vor-cr. jna ouminK e'-niTi 5 j e s .1 e aria.ems jGaear j-jribiue'-aOiv Tiurs rsnaps vas nm. nut JIK iKd u a s n -a iun Der-uti tjr ier The Irtice-i us eft its -on n ne Oima anu the ut L.aU r jr ine Iruman 'orres orriy joes 'Jw Vuo ou aiuCtmau uuncnus it now is being oomeu. by Luns ae only OIK to describe the world wiei iiarsh bluntuess. tie the ana puouc about grive dangers appeasemenc. lie recaiiec the etnenences or the 1930s Hoiljnd eas-th forget and he that should the oil boycott result in a worldwide depression tne first to suiter oe the detence es- tablishments of the NATO countries Which is of course the ami of the Soviet-engineered oil bovcott This then was the conference that was Presi- dent Ntxon is to come to Brussels in April for NATO's 25ih anniversark unless he otherwise engaged Dr Kissinger is off on his round- the-world race Please fasten vour seat-belts We are pass- ing through turbulence The Lethbridge Herald 504 7tn Si S Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD CO LTD Proprietors and Publishers Second Class Mail Registration No 0012 CLEOw MOWERS Editor dna Publisher OONH PILLING Managing Editor DONALD R DORAM General Manager ROY F MILES Advertising Manager DOUGLAS K WALKER Editorial Page Editor ROBERT M FENTON Circulation Manager KENNETH E BARNETT Business Manager HERALD SERVES THE ;