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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta LFTHM1DC! News in brief Canada duty in Vietnam OTTAWA Retired Ca- nadian diplomat and ambassa- dor. Chester Rowing, said Sun- car that Canada has a duty to take part in 2 supervisory peace 'coir-Eission ia Vietnam. have an experience through can _ male a important Mr. told callers to the CBC's network radio oper-Iise shov Cross-Country Checkup, braodcast from Montreal. Mr. Kenning. 77. "bo j an unheralded trip to Saigon 1 i ard Hanoi in 1966 to sound out j both North South Vietnam- j ese feelings 02 a negotiated j peace settlement, said the peo- I pie in the southeast Asian country must solve their own political problems. i But regardless of any I rallies Canada might get into by becoming involved as a truce observer, it had a duty to take part in a supervision of i any peace settlement that may Icome about Tea estates taken over KAMPALA, Uganda Eisht foreign concerns, most of. then British-Oversee, arc all for-. eisi tea estates taken over today in President Idi. Aznin's latest niove to_ end for-. in his Ain- can country, I Amin announced the seizures in a TO-sinure broadcast shortly after midnight. Included in the takeover_is z TJaiced States firm. Inter- national television Sales, owned by Harry ZnfeL an Americaa livins in Perth, Australia. The British firms include sub- siciaries of the British Ameri-j can Tobacco Co-Broke Eccd- Oxo. British Metal Corp., CMl- lineton Tool Co. and and Consolidated Printers and the Uganda Transport Co. Tte latter "Wo have some Ugandan stockholcers- Amin said the licences of some foreign trading companies also be renewed next year but did not name those firms. The tea estates included 12 crsrned by Britons and an un- specified number held by Greeks. The British foreign office said Amin's action is 'Wholly unjus- tified and compensation tvould be demanded-" U.S. population drop expected WASHINGTON (AP) Be- cause p{ recent dramatic de- clines in birth rates and birth MERRY CHRISTMAS end Mrs. Rctend Michensr ere presented c quilt by makers, Disiey, 13, (left) end Jiil Chcpmcn, 13, et a Christmas pcrty ct Government House fn Ottawa. At the right, Mr. the quilt en for size. (CP Wirephotc) No decision on bill to ban banging OTTAWA fCP) Solicitor-i General Warren ADmaud says the government has yet to de-1 cide urhat sort of bill it -veil! put j before Parliament to replace i the soon-to-ezpire legislation j banning hanging for ail but a few murderers. Interviewed on the CTV" teie- j vision Eetvs-ork program Ques- i tion Period, taped Friday for i Sunday sfcowiag. Mr. Alhnand j said he hoped Parliament -weald i deal isith the issue 'as soon as possible." Capital punishment EOS-' peoded for a five-year trial p-e- riod in 1967 for all crimes but the murder of poHce and prison guards. The trial period 0202 expectations, the census bureau says the population of United States is expected to be far lover by year 2000 than forecast earlier. The bureau issued new pro- jections Sunday, which also in- dicated that the U.S. could reach zero population growth before 2050. The bureau noted that, ID the first half of 1972, the total fertil- ity rate was 2.1 births a woman of child-bearing age. At this rate, Vere it not for immigration of about 400.000 a year, population in the United States would eventually retch zero groTrth. Projections show that by the year 2.000. population could range 25i minion aad 300 million. These figures are t drop from the earlier projected range of 27i million to 322 mil- lion, Sunday's projections mark the first time that the census bureau has estimated that the population is getting close to the levei of replacement, mean- ing that it -K-odd eventually reach a stable level -within 50 to 60 years. IRA ranks dwindling Coffee lovers warned LONDON fSeutar' Coffee- drinkbg appears more associated with heart than cigarette smoking, says a report in the latest issue of one of" Britain's most authoritative medical magazines, the Lsncet A report by a team of Ameri- can researchers from the Bos- ton coGaborative drag surveil- lance program says people drink more than five cups c: coffee a day run rsrice the risk of havias a heart attack as pep-1 pie who "drink no coffee a: aiL! The report says coffee ap- more strongly associated eteacks than ciga-; i retre saokisg. _ Hean patients issed in tne icurvey admitted to bos-; I iitais'in tie I-rioed Stares. Car- i 'ads, Israel and >'ew Zealand.! Ulster residents receive good news BELFAST A British! "We have arrested arnsost 200- knee "tich has claimed atl get taken, the young otxs step I least 6c7 lives in three years of i into their shoes. But the yocng-! sectarian strife. I are experienced and they soon get The spokesman estnaated there are about guerrillas engaged in the canrpaign to ex- pel the British from Northern Ireland and unite the province with the Irish Eepublic. The vast majority are part-iiine fighters. 3 die in hotel fire MESQULA, Mont fAP) Iss Hotel poEce said burtg rio Oi tee of guests ragisterec during the Fire raged through a thres storey brick hotel in iSssDuia early today, and fee- ncn said believe at least three persons died in the flames. A saiober of eldeny persons nuiiixicr vj. ciuc- traasieats lived is tfee Pre-; .district without One waS of the hotel col- lapsed, osting a lice and leaving a section of the business Prepaid legal services plan expected in 3.C. next year Strike ended BRUSSELS (Eeuter) Eight thousaiid European Common llaket civil servants to Tork today after a Desk's strike as their union leaders suspended the stcpcage for two A union spokesman said a de- cision on whether to continue VANCOUVER 'CPi A sp> sastnan for the British Colum-; bia Branch of tfcs Carisciss 'the strike, which started last Monday because of a pay i vincial capital of An GUng in the western central Mekong Delta, sotrthwest of Saigon. and gcremraeEts, tbe pontiff voiced" IKS anguish over which have beets going os for Hs said these "wars ez- ha.nsted and rendered, irnpoteri; all the skills of negotiation asd raedisuoc." Tie ?-3% Essds no rosciSc; reference to asy ccssstry or j flict. But Vietaai3T the Midle; East and Northern Ireland In Ms mind- while he the message, Vatican prelates said.' Ke attacked thfe i lence that strizss the fenoceat.: the hidden snares that work to spscufsie en 'das big bssiaess of; and to oppress and enslave the wesker nations." The pontiff deplored thai eves developing nations are "cutting on food, m-edic Christmas Week Toy Specials! BUNK BEDS C.2> {Canadian} 8.75 SALE W URGE WOODEN DOU CRIB 5.75 SAlf PUY PlAX BUILDING TOY RINGS OCTAGONS 55 3.50 2.50 SQUARES S3 ANIMAL GLOVE PUPPETS 3.20 SAU MARBLE RUN Reg. S 74 SALE I I TOYCASTLE DESIGNS 1279 3rd Avs. S. For Color Cotologut of Toyt tion, road btalcing, housing and i even sacrifice true econonec: and political independence'' to join the race. During his hlessifig Sunday, i the Pope it is sad that ne-; gotiatioTig for peace in Vjetnana; not produce 2 ceasefire fore Christmas, hut aoy agree- j Bsent imst be a jtisi one. j 'Without justice, there is no' peace." the pontiff said. He said his cscnauttse has several asooths asd copes to creaHit several ideas to a S.C. branch ineessg Feb. L Mr. Hebentcn said on the plan Trill continue and Taore definite proposals will be ready for the L'S annual rseetiEg in "Vie- Govenaneat ccacges to irig legislatkin could be made at the faS session 3iext year and the pkn coald be f uaetioKng or. an ezperisiectal basis by the ersd of the year, he said. Mr. Hebsston ever, fee pan coulc easily ran into sttnsbiing blocks which would tJ'jnys' his tunetahie out by at least several months. Ke said the association would have to be sere there be suffi- cient ptsbJic to the piaa before estgbliwiing it. Mr. said the p-las would cater to the tniodls-in- ccnr: group because it is 3 sec- tor that currentfy has unequal i.0 said the rich caa afford lawyers and the poor have the right under the existing fegaJ aid program to free help they nesd it. He said sirailar grotjp plans mishap: kiU 7 By THE CANADIAN PRESS At isast ;is weekend accidents in Brir- ilsh Cshffib-ia, including two pe- [destrlans struck by cars dariEg la heavy raisistona in Vancoa- iver Friday night J Police said Ludec S3, arc Gcrokecfci Kariya. ?5. both of Vancouver, were idBed by cars in separate is- cideflts. Mary Pbffiipa. 45, asd her ;7ear-okJ soc both nf Ns- Bairao. were killed 21 a two-car, d'asc, on the ialaiid rear Lsdysrckh SaDjr- iday. aid JSchsel Craig Carsri- ;chael, 20, cf West died in a two-ear crash in West iVancccver Saturday. The body of 17-year-ok! ise! VPSS recovered from rocks in tbe Qaeen Cbar- lotte Strait Saturday, Johnscn had taken his father's feh-jng boat out Friday Irons AJert The darasged boat fotxd rrsarby. have not released the name of a MIkd when a about 15 35iles north or Fat St. John was destrxyed by fire Saturday night. They gave is a list of those who bavemade donatkos to Lethbridgt Help- Home Psris London Beria Tokyo..... FORECAST: 63 J2 49 32 63 43 SO 23 m 34 54 41 32 23 37 55 of the Unitarian Service Cow- mittee of Canada tfae i people of Korea. Afiwryrraws, 1 SC i .VA'd 5.C. T.SC i RtcJry arjj f. 'JC Mrs. A. E. i Pfftsnft- 2xX fff. K. Ti'vtr t-fAKfraiA i The 2.X i Bvi-j'j, 3-SC V-A iSJS, F 5. V. iMosfvrS, W6 Afice i Soyfc, 5J8C Jir-'v 5-X i Mrs. Ag.'ifls j LtTrArtiqt S.SO i f-'sw i -Ji Ferrit i Vr. e.'.'i j, i -fiKtrsir M IM A_ Kty M.W.7........... Maju- IT fanny. Wbwts vest 24 and gusty WJ5 this aftenwioa. Higfes 45. 23. Toeidaj: Variable chi> aad wiady. Highs Medicine Main- ly sunny. Hlgbs sear 35. cloaiSri-sss. rsesr 30. Calgarv Today: Kgbs today 15-20. Variable cbodi- ColtimMa Koctenay Tcxiay: Gooey -st Tuesday: Gaocy today Toesday in the tipper 30s. r.cC'iss. in the 30s. MONTANA East of Continental CIcTJcy ssc rsld tcday ard Tuesday. rais aad iwrtioc o-f iocs! freezisg rain n o r t b east today. Shcrs-ers r fesrrta! chide late today spreacing; into eastern portkfl tftrisht aad Toescay. Gcsty Trrrxis skcg east slopes bat Iocs! freezrif raia i ECfrthfeasi today. Sbcfvrs be- grarirg ccctioeEStal di- i vide late today into eastern portkc tocagbt and Tuesday. Gusty wiais ikcg esst sbpes both cays. B5g5a jHigts today and Tuesday 40s. J 20 to 35. j West of Goody scatoered rain or srxw ibowers today. Rats ifa'mea Mgber eievaaots [decreasing Tuesday. Hlfbi [both days 30s. Lows i PKf Xf-XJ j Chsstar, MJfl i PtftChBT f Ji-rs 3'jr.MM. i Baw SDSIBI TUB GRINDERS Ortnding on4 hey end grain ti it an "Stockman's VHSATIU _ a HAYKlHtt Tufc Orindwr. anfy tfcot gnnd hayr bfUv, crop rtsieW, tmall gmir.f, cob cem, cMI cam on4 hiffi com wtlL A can arrongad on yovr farm GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE OPEN TONIGHT AND EVERY NIGHT 'TIL 9 P.M. UNTIL SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23rd OFFICIAL AS OF A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA Church -Vr. .Vr. Vrj. 5. J, CsrSafv. Vrt. V. Wilfc r.riwk Ma. S Finvily, Wr, Mrs. Pamiiy. C iVr, 9. P. Cr Tttil Tttfl 0. M51.V ifid 1cia; AH major highways ia the district are bare i and dry. i I Highway S to the B.C. border tnd to Grawy K.% i is in food victor driving coo- 1M6 2 north Is bare and with slapcry sec- tions north of Claresholm. i, j.ToIiS Highway, froir Calgary to Banff is in good winter driving con- dition. Banff to Revelstofce has been plowed and MDded 36.00 has occasioca! slippery MC- Ucass, Banff-Radium acd Banff-Jas- per highways have aJso been plowed and sanded acd has some slippery sectkra. Motorists are again remind' ed that the YeDowbead High- way 3 miles vest of Jasper will be ciosed today from 10 a.m. to 4 Snow tires or property fitted chains are roawJatory in all aa- tiooal parks tod 00 ski access reeds. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening Closing Coatts 24 hcurs; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.: D'J! Bonita S a.m. to 6 p.m.; B.C. 5 3.m. to 6 p.m.: Kuigsgate, B.C.: 24 hcurs; a.m to midnigbt; Qjjef Mouottus closed: Wiidherse, 8 a.m. to 5 pjn. ;