Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE IE1HBSIDGS HERAID Friday, December 22, 1972 .Nation to build F.. German ties rr.i-'.'.r." "o relations E msr.y f-eriiship :reav. Canada is chell Sharp -.vas believed pre- :n osrirg an anMur.cemer.t on the c-.--.ern nations operJng of diplomatic contact dirlorr.i-.ic '-'.'-ith the East Germans. couid come to- day. capital of Poland, v.as understc-od to have been Mirisier chosen as ihe site ot the talks. Seals, hears have friend in act kirno or Aleut ex- envp'.ed from the federally-en- forced ban on killir.a or import ins marine mammal; such a; pokr bears, seals. Hor-i n. otiers and providing these people use th Mamma! animals lor of traditional native arts ar- crafts and do 30 '.vniroiit Corr-rr.f-rcial fisherrr.en als may mammals for th _ .._ r.e.-.rt fro ;o protect Ir.dlarj, Es- next asainst raiding na- Justicc Rilev pleads not guilty CALGARY Mr. Jus-1 :aic a breath analysis test live H. pleaded no: remanded to Jan. 25. rilty Li provincial court T'.e c h a r e es were Thursday to charges of im- ssainrt the Alberta Supreme paired drl'-lr.j ar.d rerjjing to. Court justice Jan. 25. Prepare for war orders Sadat Cabinet-level link snubbed by Euromart OTTAWA (CP) The gov- err.ment is appointing ful- tirne arnbassarlor to the Eu- ropean Economic Community, I but the EEC ha., rebuffed Cana- dian proposals for cabinet-level The external affairs depart- ment announced Thursday that the V'W ke retained by James Langlcy, who nov.1 is also to Belgium and Luxembourg. A new amba-ssa- dor '.'.ill be accredited to those tv.o countries in the nc'j.- year. I The diplomatic elevation of Ire EEC reflects expanding trade and political relations as Britain, Ireland and Denmark join the commurJ'y Jan. 1. But External Affairs Minister Mic.-r.cll Sharp told reporters the EEC his reiccied st least requests for a ministerial cornrnitterj, like established '.vith the; United States and Japan. INTERNAL I'HOBLEMS CITED I M. Sharp said the EEC turned the i'ic-a bt-ca-j.-.e of j "Internal i er.cts the mc-rnbers j about the powers the commu- nity itself should have in for- eign 1 But he said "they agree in [principle" vith the proposal. i Theo Hijzen, director-general of external relations for the EEC, said in Usl month ttet the EEC meets yearly with V.ViriingVjn "by gentlemen's and the sarne co'jlrJ be done v.ith Canada. Trade Minister Alastair Oil- e stressing the importance rf. the EEC in a press release wck-onir.g Mr. Langlav's new role. He said the community vdll be, by a v.ide margin, Canada's best '.riding customer when Britain. Ireland and Uenmark join, it-, purthse-s exceeded only by the States. The government has been ma- for tv.o years to pre- vent isolation from the major world trading the United States, Japan and Police continue search on spectacular holdup IUT. Lcr; .fcs to 0' Eas- KV oni ii ha3 requested and 'Aitl re- r.ore relation.1, betv.een the Other reports from Cairo pert of a new the "Union has refused to real-: the Middle Egypt with re'.v cste- tho Boinit o: v.-sacor-? another said todav. chill r.ss developed in relations .incixi. the retort the countries. haU- id. only" the ir.s effort to patch things up after Sadat's ex- So'.'et last iurr.-'r. si VIRCrS'IATOWN. Ont. Police continued a starch to- j day for tv.o masked gxmmen who Tbursdiy forcod their way in'o a bank, took an estimated ar.d then fle-d in the tov.rtship's only police car v.-ith the bank manager as hostage. The search spread across the I where the abandoned cruiser l "Pop- deplored "sudden resumption of j was found, three of its tires! in Vietnam, an reference lo new bombings of I shot out, about 5 rm.es from op, mining C6rrilrainjty Kar Lake. Police said one of the bandits I may have been Bounded in an exchange of gunfire. Blood v-as i found in the car. Eon manager of the Canadian Imperial Bank o! Commerce ssid the 1 men smashed thc-ir way through the front door. Armed vritb. a Weather and road report Eskimo boy's quiet funeral cultural difference they wanted the there. Trie relative-; said no. For 20 days after the he attended to the needs of pilot machine-gun and pistol, SUNRISE SATURDAY SL'.NSET I.ethnridge M Medicine Hat 45 PincrsT Creek 49 Calgary......... 45 Edmonton .......31 Banff 40 Dupuis eyes Creclitiste office of v.hiie society V.irno communities as in wr-iie MONTREAL 'CP! 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