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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE UTH8HIOGE REPAID Monday. 13, 1973 News in brief Canada has duty iu Vietnam Retired Ca- an unheralded tr.p to Saigon i pi'vopjr ard ambassa- ar.d Hanoi in to sound out Rorjiin'. Sun-; both North ar.d South Vietpam- rav trv. Canada has a duty to feelings on a negotiated in 2 suwrvijory i peace settlement, said the 'commis-ion Li Vietnam, pie in the southeast Asian r have experience country must solve their own which can make a political problems. contribution." But reaarc'.ess of any dilfi- -o the Cities Canada might get into l L'ivolvei as a CEC's r.f.-.vor.-: racio open-ur.e oh-erver. it had a duty from any peace settlement that may Mr. 77, made corns about. Tea estates taken over K4.NP4LA Usa'-da Oxo. British Metal Corp., Chil-j concerns, most of line.on Tool Co. and ar.d all for- and Consolidated Printers and the Uganda Transport Co. The; rryav latter t'.vo have some Lgar.dan Amin said the licences of. can count--' so.T.e foreign trading companies: arL-ouiced the seizures also would not he rer.ev.ed next inTyo-rninute broedcEi-. shortly year but did not name tnose a The tea included 12 United "states" firm. L-r.er- ov.-ned by Brians and an un- nadona! television Sales, owned specified r.um.oer r.e.d by hv Harr.' Ensel, an Americas Greeks. li'vinz iii Perth, Australia. Tr.e British foreign ofuce said T-.e British firms include sub- AmLn's action is "wholly "njus- of 'he British Arr.eri- -dfied and compensation can TobacLO .Co-Eroie Bor.d- be Coffee lovers warned LOGOS' I'Reuter -Coffee- more than five cups of drinfe-g appear; more ciosely coffee a cay run tr.e U.S. population drop expected WASHINGTON AP i Be- expectations, I ho census bureau cause of recent dramatic do- the population of the clines in birth rates and birth j L. tc No decision The bureau noted tnat, In nan ri rr 111 rr first half of vm, the total fe Dail ilaUglllg ity r.te was 21 births a WOE of age. far Iciv.x-r by year than forecast earlier. The bureau Issued new pro- jections S'onday, which also in- I .I dicated that the U.S. could Oil tO reach ztro population before Tne bureau noted that, In the 'ertil- roman g_age. OTTAWA 'CP) Solicitor- At this rate, were it not for Genera! Warren savs immigration 'X about a the government has yet to de- year, population in the United tide what sort of bill it will put States v.ouid eventually reach before Parliament to replace zero growth. the srxm-to-expire legislation Projections show that by the banning hanging for all but a year population could few murderers. ranse bet'-veen 2--jl million and Intei-.-iev.-ed on the CTV tele- million. These figure; are a p vision network program Ques- drw from the earlier projected i tion Period, taped Friday for cr 271 million to S22 rrul- Sunday showing. Ailmand fion. i said he hoped Parliamftnt would i sundav's projections mark deal v.-ith the issue 'as soon as the first time that the census possiWe-" bureau has estimated that the Capita! punishment was BUS- population is getting close to pended for a five-year tna! pe- the Jc-vel replacement, mean- MERRY CHRISTMAS Gov.-Gen. end Roland are presented with a q-jil! the mar-.erij Cot'ny vy, 13, (left; and Jii! Chcprr.a-ir 13, at a Christmas nt Government House in Ottawa. At the right, Mr. Micnener tries the quilt on for size. ICP Wirephc-tc) rauks dwindling riod in 1967 for all crimes but the murder of police prison ing that it v.ould guards. The trial period' reacn a staole level witrjn to Dec. 25 this year. GENERAL Ulster residents receive good neivs IPealher road report have arrested ahr.ost Vfi and thev soon get caught. -esearcr.c-rs from ''-f- Bos- i admitted to hos- 't-.-es in three vears of into their shoes. But the youna-: vast majority are part-time land came after two Medicire Hat i drjg i the States. sectarian "-rife. sters are not EO experienced i fighters. bloody days in which four per- -rcgrarn says people who ada, Israel ar4 New sons, including a young bride-; Grande Prairie to-be, w-n'r Iciiled at least a Banff dozen others But fe armv believes that Victo-i the diehard Provisional wing of Pentjcton the IRA wtJc'n Is operating in ptiax George Northern Ireland is steadily- los- Karnlwjcrs." 3 die in hotel {he legal services plan i store--- brc1- hotel in rjowT.tow-n 01 ;ria iu rrxA5 support W-ou-3 earlv and fire- weeier.d. 111 iTif MPTl WflV province's mw) rr'er, said trey be'Jeve at '.ea-r. wall of the hote! JCLx ItsLV 11 V rr.irr-i-.y. rtVj'a three persons cirf ir. the a power lice ar.d Tr.e has new riarr.es. of l'-e b-js re" 'CP Ea- Auociation said Sundav in ti.e U.S. have cefi.-.erf 'heir set.-jack Surxiay v.T.---ri r.- A r.umher of t'-der.y persons t-.p h CoU-n- that 3 C. mav have a prepaid Mtftntial subscribers as llams.t Official end transients lived ;r. ;he Pre- :-trici po.e.. of tre Canadian !eg5; witrjT earning beween ar.d o! the in_; Dushn M 21 cajgan- -'Today: Mainly 3 rv LOTTX M VsViahte ctodi- Hisr.-. rear Strike ended BRUSSELS 'Pouter; Eight '.he sL-.i-ie. which _sur.ed las-. reiurr.srt pute. be made Wednesday, to wo'1' todav after a Tr.e spokesman said the cea- a., their union ieadtr.; ;ion will depend on .results of ijscenderf f-e -toppage for two talks laier today Dutcn F o r e i g r, Minister N'orbert sposesrr.an said a de- Schmelzer, c-jrrent president of cision'on whether to r.or-in-je tr.e co-irxii of Pope denounces leaders lhe on the jresai.d the wiii be designed in us aid p.ac- eariier sugw for groups such a.- associations ar.d "overage woJiri r.e to riootjn-.e tr.eir to s, JO_.-_ t h o s e pro.v tne vlo.erit lered by the cai which he VATICAN CITY 'A.-- Pofl F-a-ji today rho "hy of rHICOLTFMI, iJ'ie. 'CPj i Carrul Samson, forr.-.r-r parr.v h'A continue to 1 leader. Fabien Roy. national Enters leadership race Weekend lu'p "of Irish of creeds for a Rome fcerb'n FORECAST: following Is list ol who have rnarfe in the HfraM's Hplp- F'und on behilf of Unitarian Com- mlUrft rjf Canadi acd th elippsry Actions. jr; w ditirm. are again Highway J north Is hare ed that High- vm.t slipr-ry IKS- way of JasfxiT ii'irA of Clarfer-.holrn. IK from 10 a.m. frorr to Banff j tires or fitter! v-.M' i? in good winter i chairs are in all na- U> hasUior.al park.1 on access _ j iuxl arid i roads. POI'.TS Or' KS'TIiY sr.rt K.fJn m to ('p rr. I; r'. iiw Rykwti s rn io rnidagb'., Mountain WM'mrtf, am. to s p m. ;