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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 THE UTHBiODOE HE'AIO f'Moy, December 22, H W H a A farewell to Kissinger? Two rr.nr.-hi ago, Ur Kissinger a sceci; is'at is President Richard Nixon' personal adviser and Vietnam- ese and S. tiator m the talks. orable. Even those most critical of T" s Li Asia growled a "Thank Gvi it's rver at last." Can- ada and co.Jii.r.e- about mis- sions. Two months later. o: an end. to this dirtiest of all wars have faded. aJrncst vanishing Washington, '.isually so i. while ostensibly aiming for a railway vard tour miles away.) v.hy this savagerj-? It could ba sLmple pi'jue on Nixon's part, at ins and "slopes'1 defy- ing the nower and majesty of the countrv of which he is president, at "gook" effrontery in trying to fru- strate the pious intention he mention- ed to Thieu, of forcins Hanoi to ao "fair" peace. On the other hand. Nixon may have r.othirji to do wilh it at all. It could be a simple matter oC disposing of stockpiles, now that the war mav be down. T.t would be nutte consistent with U.S. military thinking (excuse the term'i as exem- plified bv the search-and-desttoy tac- tic. Lai. and that Air Force gen- eral's private war on communism, to real raids would be bet- Reports fro: sanEtiir.e about peace prospects, te-r than packins all those bombs home gloomilv sposk of months more con- ?-rair because of the tramtns value. flict. Even" more ominous, each side vou've killed" a mil- at Paris has publicly blamed the o'h- cr few thousand can't er for apparent failure oi their the fault is hard to dis- cern. It could be South President Xguven ihieu's in- transigence. Perhaps, as parties claim, opposing demands have escal- ated bevond the point of reason. It Letters Educator replies In a recent edition of The Her- c-d, Mifi'Jiy, iiev; ideas awl theor- aU Mr. Jim Fishbcume at- ies which proved t'J be some- tempted to defend the Worth thing less than desirable. Report in the usual Fishbourne Educators who have disagreed manner. First, he attempted to the Worth Report have discredit those who disagree etated their reasons for such >.yil.h him on this occasion all disagreement and such reasons types of educators not by have nothing to do v.ith main- the force of reason but by the tainir.g an entrenched position employment of sarcasm. Hav- which Mr. Fishtourne attri- ing accomplished this to his own butts to educators. Nor do satisfaction he proceeded to educators feel the education prove his position by listing the scene has no room for ixnprove- supposed opinions of men'.. In fact mrr-t of them eat n eed for Vi'hom he says agree with him this time lay members of and they are constantly the community. Any knowledge- v, or'dng such an end. able person realizes that Mr. ,aid pubDc b Ored Fishbourne did not get these arxi threats opinions from pounders of nails, ,A st.rikeE are the truck drivers, store .OT UacLtrs. If Mr. Fishbourne has pumpers_of gas, as he mtim- to the problem be "But understood worthless bums slept in this place ALL the time..." is even" possible, though horrifying, that Senator Georse McGo'.'enr. was rizht when he said that instead o; a road to peace. Nixon only sought ''a detour around election day.' In the meantime, bombs ir. unpre- mat'.er mticn. But v, hile the bombins goes on. the peace talks are stalled. "Whether they resume, or ".vhen. is anyone s juess. But the participants are due to chanse. Just as Madame Binh has E.veri to Le Due Tho. there is Ckelv to be a n.e'.v C.S. negotiator. prVstrj is noted for re- jSrVaffi. Allende exposes raw nerve does not extend to those who involve -1- riim in criticism. Criticism o! U.S. By Cal T. Rowan, U.S. syndicated commentator ates. This was only a he userf to express his opin- ions and to suggest educators and lay people are oc tfce oppo- site sides of the ferice concern- irig education. did luie to Mr. Fishrxjume's Tne whole tenor of Mr. Fiih- article seemed to sug- gest that educators a care only for their positions have !if.ie interest in v.trat to Tnis surely must been written 1 of sheer ignorance regarding tr.e real cor.cems the he v.elcomed v.ith open errtu both hv teachers and tnis- tex. lie declared people are tired of Education Taxes a rA Ealaiies go up sfter year. Does Mr. that teach- ers' salaries stsrid still o: the majority Cana- advance yearly? he more Uv than I hope that itr. Fishbourne does not continue to let any unhappy experiences has bad cedented numbers rain do'.'.T. on Xonh action in Vietnam has never been Vietnam, a country less than half the size of Gsrmanv. that already has sus- tained the weight oi more bombs than fell on all of Europe. Asia and Africa in the course of t'.vo -.vor.d wars fOE course the combs rail only on supply routes, troop concentra- tions, arm; cache; and fhe like- civil- ian tarsets are careful''.' avoided by the use" of "smart" and point accuracy that "1 i blasted the French embsssy in Hanoi more widespread or more bitter, CARACAS, Venezuela It ind Xi.xon is deeplv There would be a colossal error for e: must be a scapegoat. So don't be surprised at sn early House that the Eood professor, exhausted by his her- to shnig off, or the United by Chilean president Salvador Allude. A lot more than rar.tir.s Chile and Perj a of v.i'Jftr American culesn etfor- for peace, ha- been or- a was involved deved perhaps even by the presi- Ailsnde accused giant Arr.eri- doit's persona! ybivslclan to take can corporations of trying to g3 extrscting a food, lor.j don't expect to hear very much about Dr. Kissin- ger after that. sabotage his r eeime wreck Chile economically and push his country to civil war. You move through Latin Am- Some firms have long antici- the -Gi.fJ o; hostilK.v man- rVs'Ad by Aller.de. so mov- d to sive wirations at a Ijitin Air.erloan facade. 'Jt this has oriiy LL- oil. v.as the rr.e. T: ve here, the U.S. nof. as efiectively. V.'e attack ari'.i- majority of educators have for jr> tr.e students they work with. DL-agreemenf. v.ith of the Vi'orth Report should not auto- maticatty label educators as be- ing opposed to the v.elfsre of their pupils. Teachers v, ojV] r.-: so distort his po.n t T. v; h a t he cannot v.rite about fcrfuca- tlor: ar.d Subjective "Jch he indulged in, r'j'hL't as a at a lirne when IrtV er.d aSize sxr to the which G. S. Represent majority Official callousness litt'e more thai a month 5fo. relatives of '.he deceased could nit Albfcrtann and o.th-: were shocked'to tne air fare to attend ,_r_Jrj ij-r the runerai. tae is lett to assume hear or tne trea-.mem Ir.e the government af- body of a dead Indian rsiby. Authon- forj to rewrn hxxlies to Cam- tiei at a hospital wrapped it Bey, -'-om it had flow.i in a pla.stlc bag. placed ir. a used them and v.rere it might have cardboard grooery box sri.pped been f-osslbie for relative; and'riends it by cor.rrri.on cs-trier to home on ,0 of the final observances. a nearby reservation. Tr.e body ar- js tr.ere a s.risie reader who be rived before tie p.arer.'.s, even, ijeves. one instant, that this sort erica these arai the the protests. riiigs of rational- ism. even in conservative, Corrjnunist govern- rr.er.Vi, arrf you that Al- tne rawest c of the world. The multinational corporation U being by leftist leaders, by local businessmen 'v.fa, resent tM ojmpedtior.; as the cuvjng edse of It seenu irievitab'.e that the D' these firms are rot nev.-, U ntw 15 leftLst Etratejy of fvjiE after the v.ea'thy families in Latin Am- truth is that rr. o-e erica 'which both a vere the ,t nfcn'es in thiis part front ar.d pro'.ecti'n for the it laktr. ori r.e-v xyriS of ar.d v.'e r.frtter face ur, to tbe fact U-.s-. Salvador 5 Theodoro Petkoff. the forr.er a t'-.sr. ir- irnper- gun to a b in csl figh'. for a socialist jociety, hx.-re aryj and that from oil napping, in Brazil been notified died. Last v-eek another tragic story told the lonely funeral of the E.Oirr.0 woman and boy died their medical evacuation plane crashed. Tney v.ith only tv.-o gov- enunent witrie.-.ses in atter.dar.ee. of. trestmeri' would have been given son. subject to the of government functionaries? Surely not. A.r.d if this is typical of an atti- tude within the agencies that deal with native perhaps their regular outcries against official cal- cries are going gro-A- louder we at has Venezuelan In the latter case, the government loilsness have been dismissed too paid the funeral but noted that Lightly. ART BUCHWALD Labor boycotts Common Market By Anthony Levris, New Yori; Times commentator LONDON" In the year what the for 7-inrjer Great Britain mil 'Mgin the most hnaginative ard most sue- tr.fin goes to the cor.fer- mori1'. ijrifXjrtant and locialist party ic e r. c e OTJS milUfxi political venture has 5.fc- the Erittsh ''votes'' on some of for- terapted in a generation: rneca- Lahftr party trest tte Corwrson policy that rj.i in the Fx-rom- Market a have ornit Comrniaiity. It vnll be a rn a n 2 West G'rrrrLan .Strorig party leaders time of risk for SodaJt-A plays a such a.-, Giftrnent a.nd her society and for htr in- Itidrngpart in it and even Com- hitJ5. sit the Par- said thst should be iir> 7th. to sr.d titk-d year vrc: 't It poir.'.ed that to tr.e "-cKooI had to revere by that County of Lethhrldsa 26 is ahearJ v-'I'.h in the ?.rh-ool not v.r.it '.'r.r; invert3 of tr.-e regardins t h e year, I Jcriov; that the of people vrho r.ot in favor. Tnwe were in Herald, and I surest that Mr, ly he consider the r.-; at the 1 A.3 prime miriiater the to in fnat iivr.t. an answer" from Oer-era! fx; on iMy After lost the support of tioTi of hf: hJs troojy, [Ofiing their 50 ho frjr the r a v, a 1 of aii rr> f.fjrTrfyJ against From ftriuln. that firi'i.'.h member- ship had h'Xjri on or. fvjrope optnel thfc 7 jtfTaire a in it-, ture. h LU re> to a fev, largf: festive motion of direrrtion and location alon? the ro'jte of this eavaJ- a cade. hid y-Mr-.f. escort and Chi- control all ihe ar.d unify of moving v-hi'-.r; ar.d refifrcVrrd "joy to the St. John's Amh'jlarce pe'EOR- in ca.ve of tmer- jzer.ey. o' people was for the crirnfort of elderly. c r, rn e s thfl of aii peo- ple ar.d of rJoi e the brain which cor.'r.v'jd idea nine yean J STUiROCK. Education: easy cure "TTeTi, I party j." n'-v-.t the or.e they be- lieve 3 a rn a '.ter of trust the party rnij.'.t it'-, trade union On we thx: that sn rr. i ri jori ty voter regard a.-, -.illy. Trx; rtrain has onrr- more the r f: i r. t If a bit has j 1 1 in poh ti c hx: .'re t fat a 3 1 Sijeh ordinarily ly. ftuf. it at !esM cle-ir tha-t that tlx: party remain a sorry exep'.ifjn Only afwjt Ifi 2fj cent across the Channel until it of a hi? union's even oi and bother to take- part in elec- vision. repeal of the Corrirriunal F'ropertiea Act has people what happen thf: KutteriVM OV-TJ all 'he farm lard. Many bad are fact that they only have a grade education. TTjftre ia an cure for this give thorn all a university education and will no longer have a order. learn there i.r. r.n God, Then they cai leans how to spread ix-.e of drjEjj; and refinement of Also will t he Vj thi n i: arrfl I'.rcm a.'Ve'J a quer-tirm will re- r en ft others b'Jt rffw a a of their ovy-n. M. E. SPENCER The UtWnridge Herald ?th St. S., LETHBF.mGE HEfiALb LTD., Proprietors and Puhlisben by Hon. V7. A. Cli'.I fftll 00 H ROY F M, HAY Editv '7HE HERALD SERVES THE SOUTH" ;