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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THt IETH6RIOGE HE5AID Thuradoy. Dttember 71, News in brief Pact reached ivith Britain Bahamas to receive independence New York Time? Service Sii.ru neighbor' Irealy BERLIN I'P.euten turc-5 on :he document at a cer- East and West Gtrrr.any signed err.cny in the East German a treatv here rr.lni-'erial council building. todev each other numher of countries bi- as inceper.deiit states and open- eluding Canada were ready to ins for both to become .recognize the Commurdst re- mimbers of the United Nations. gim-e in the of the signing. E-oi West German Tre treaty speaki only in gen- minister cf state, and East Oer- era! terms of rapprochement Mi- the rival states ch'ael "Kohl. created in the wake of wartime the 7-act the defeat Later accords are to fill ekalleugc seal TORONTO CP> Loser by He said he ar.d his rid- four in the federal else- ing association have decided the ton oter1: do not >.rar.t such a 62- j r.lared v'lnner by :2 vrxei I.L-.-era! Normar. Cafik in the challenge v Oi.ld tike months in Kvwc-ver. 2 judicial re-aunt th- court-: ar.d for a comDleted gave -Mr. Ca- Holidav issued OTTAWA Tr.e Car.a- limit your drinking to cne cian Safe'.v Council warr.ed tu.-.ce drink c-r one bottle of V.'erfr.esdav 'that between V> "o beer an h-.'ur and TO beverage drivers" anr- r.edesrrtans -.rl.l during the hour imme- Bitter'yet. arrange a to ove The in ada during the noj- -Aeekenc President J. :r firirc-'. ES'-O ir-f and nri-.-inz rntint c--ivp after im- KO-ho'ir --sir? Friday at n'pm. and mi'iria'-.t T-jesday nieh'. ls.r.. 26, year. 65 people :r. rrafflc on the Cnristciaj Cleared of LONDON Britain agrewl; "the substance of the pro- pointing out that it already had' visions" to be in a said that the Bahamas could constitution. It said (he sever its remaining ties with WANTED DELAY I A British govsmitwnt spokes- Opposition politicians attend- man said that legal experts ing the conference, while not would begin drafting the new agree- ment came at the end of week- ong talks here between Britain and representatives of the Ea- AIIS ramian political parties The i opposed to independence, felt .constitution, but that delate delega-1 that it should be delayed. E- would no, be forthcoming until tion was led bv Prime Minister i rington vratkins. member of a wmte P.'o-! parUamer.t for ABACO, one of ference LS published in a few gressive Liberal" Part v von an M habited islands in tre Qays. increased majority in a genera] Sro'Jp, campaigned here for res Pindiing has said tnat he election last September. I to remain a Bri- considers the question 'A na- A communique issued at the Ush colony. 1 tional security to be of para- ccmclusion of the talks said that! Hovrever, the British govern-; mount importance. His govem- sgreement had been reached on i ment dismissed the objections, i ment, in its own vriiite paper on 1 ir.-depend.ence. said in October that tre marine division erf the police force would be strength- ened to take patrol duties ii'm performed by the British navy. Some ol the 700 islarxis of the Bahamas, scattered through the Atlantic from off the of Florida to north o( Haiti, have been used illegally OTTAWA J Tr.ev :av the Canadian view II 1. I're 50 :u FORECAST: 37 Urthbridge, Medicine Today and Frirfay: Variable Zl rj cijurijness wilh brisk west IAWS t'fliight 25-30. near Calgar.' Mainly cloudy !o- ia'-. along tl.e rr.O'or- Clo'aly Iiigln.i iS-yj. To- day a.-.rf Fridsy: iiain this and Friday days near 40, tonigjr.t m the 'A MONTANA Fast of Continental Divide Widely shonverE Vxiay 13 ar.d v. e E I north portiorj ..Friday. along tbe ea.it of di- co .-nl.'iUhing to-igri. i.v to K. 25 to M !.i to 25 Highs Fridav 40s west i Vr'est of Continental Tjivide 'Periods of rain or today 23 i tonight ar.d Friday. Highs 34 Z5 ..I days' at night to 3.5. OTTAWA 'CP, Tf.fi Cans- fvrthard Br.'.-.r: Colombia dlsn Rs-iio-Tele-.-it'.or. Firosdcaitin? 'yitern ir; Britia'r, fnlanrj Erosd- ;s not justi The an: ca.-'erv re.vroad- f'1''- Canadian negotia content of the ne-v are r- rt-wx ai- v T: _...... wnicn might br.ng J rebroa'V f Tr.e Corn- economic are in progress at the H A: Canadian tarne time ai negotiations on a Karn- Corp.. rtbrosd- n'-'A b.latfirt! air w cs.v.ng Crarorcok. "The Store whsre ladiet Shop for Msn Cold Turkey Jparklinq red frorp JORDAN %ITslES Trr life fr.-: jj of an innovative treatment v.-hfch hi" hop'-e! v.if] re- ;J Sccrty suggests ij A fAIP( OF il RORSHIEM SHOES end >n In Oouljl About v GJ'e a Gcnttcmon III Gift Certificate OTKICIAI, AS OF A..M -or, in the forrr.er p.-e'.idor.t's f.trearn. i jt rain in the C.-ovr- Hanff and harff S ne.'. area, the are in g Is still Jr. driving driving cwlition v.ith fj condition. sections. 5' Higi.v.ay 1, Trt-w C-vnada a.-e that a' Highv.riy, to liar.lf snov; tire-, or properly filtina Jj in go'xl driving condition v.-ltri chains mandatory in all X; ixca.shr.al ixiciiom of black nations! and on ski Banff Iteve'stoke, tbe, roi'h. PORTS OF UNTMV (Oper.in? and Clwing Tirne-.V Cou't-t ?I ho'tr-. tj a r.'i to [j rn Fiori.ta :j a rri. lo r, p rr; g CC.'li a in, to p.m.: B.C.: 2) j Porlh.il li'.loM-t-i s am to WiMbow, f, a rr, to r, m at- ;