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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE IFIHBRIDGE HERA'.D Saturday, Deomber 23, 1972____........ Soviet leader pities LJ.S. COPENHAGEN A small with excerpts from the diary oi former Danish Prime Minister Jens Otto Krag went on today. It revealed that: Soviet Prime Minister Alexei Kosygm pities the United States for "its defeat? abroad and its problems at home. S-.vedisfi Prin-.e Minister Olof 1 Palme hoped Austria's Kurt j r.pvpr u-oi.ild become L'N secretory-general. Palme I favored Finland's Max Acab- scn. The late King Frederik of i Denmark got about S70 monthly I in pocket money, but who held the royal purse strings for him wasn't disclosed. Krag, who re-signed in Octo- Ucr fcr private ?ns after a long political career, released only part of the diary, which he began writing in December, The full text, said by insiders to deal more elaborately with national and international poli- tics arxi personalities, may be published later. 1 take this opportunity of wishing all my friends in Southern Alberta a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A REWARDING NEW YEAR. I look forward to being able to represent you in Ottawa and hope you will feel free to contact me at any time at my new Lethbridge number, 328-3686 or at my home in Fort Macleod, 234-3408. May the happiness you enjoy during the Festive Season continue throughout 1973. Death penalty debate to resume By VICTOR MACKIE Herald Ottawa Bureau When we receive It we will study it, hut the- existence ol OTTAWA _ Parliament i given an "early in'the coming Minister Pierre Trudeau says. The government will declare its intentions concerning such landslide or some such disaster the government departments have U> respond quickly and In thne tor General RolarxJ Michenr. i "Something will be said about j that in the speech from the Mr. Trudeau said on NORTHERS' COURSE j his way into a regular cabinet' f-DM ON TON" 'CP) A The cabinet ministers rjn Canadian North discussing the preparation of: being offered in January by the throne speech. i G v a n t MacEwan Community In 1967 parliament passed leg- i milsistLng ,x video about o! the government to have a full j scale debate on capital punish-1 rnftnt and whether it should be i permanently abolished, before the expiry of the partial ban. Tne legislation passed by par- liament calling for the partial ban provided, for the death rxrnalty being imposed on those murdered policemen or prison guards. The cabinet has intervened and commuted such death sentences to life im- prisonment The last time there was a hanging in Canada for murder i; r v. th- n I --X i c 2 w i lants- T forth? tinsel tree BOBBY SHERMAN IN- TRO DL'CES W J F E AND BABY Singer Bohhv Sher- man, hi.s wife Patricia, and son, Chris topher N'oel, po se lor photographers in a Holly- hotel after Sherman an- nounced he and his wife have bepn married since Sept. 25, Sherman said he Vept his marriage a secret because he wanted a family and was afraid public atlrrntifm would caase hh wife to have a mis- carriage. Their son was born Dec, 13. end dears change I the death sentence to life im- 1 prisonment. j Prime Minister Trudeau told nev.-rnen he had not yet re- j j ceived a report by Lt. Gts. Mi- chael Dare calling for a crisis unit being set up within the j Privy Council office to dea] j with emergencies including civil i disorder and insurrection Gen. Dare is the retired '.-ice- chief of defence staff. He has refused to discuss live con-tents of hds study. ?'fr. Trodeau said Gen. Dare was asked by me several; months ago to study the proo- lem of crisis of natural or civil cause in Canada arid to ensure j I that there would be proper gov- emrnent response to them. He j i.i preparing that report'now. i I have not received it yet. I understand it ii not finished! was in Since then the cafci- deserve tO D3V l net has intervened to change r r fire insurance They do a! Abstainers'. Because our experience hss shov.-n that abstainers hava fe-wer accidents, fewer horr.9 fires. That's why can in- sure for less. If you're a r.or.-drinVer, can you EiiofJ not to loo'r. into Absts'ners' insurance for VO'jr home HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201 3rd Ave. S. Phons 328-7777 ABSTiiNERS' HIS'JRWiCE COMPWf flight path Santa as si Ester.'s wish ai] 2 If err? Ctoif STORE CLOSED: CHRISTMAS DAY, DECEMBER JJlh BOXtriG DAY, DECEMBER ct 7 a.m. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER NORTH BAY. 'CP; For the little children of the country, thi.5 rceissge from Car.ada's military estab- li.shrr.ent: "Canada's Commarid 'ADCj, tte Carra- diari romponent of >rorth American Air Dtferice Com- mand (NORADj, iill te twttd during a from Dec. i "The ezerciM will 'rxj held over all areas of from the North Pole to the border and from the Atlantic to Pacific Aix; radar site? will attempt to d'.'test ClaiK" v.ill i call sign of St. ?Iri-? Kringie or Pere .'ioe] and ir- regijUr flight paUem.i to fuie the ADC dctftction sites. "As he rrakes his way the v.-ill rx; on stand-fcy st AFX; intercept sny i try to stop the old gentle- man on his fight." Common tense people wear HARDUTE LENSES Tta Common Seme Lent in wme localitiet Israel are Law! Wnyl Tr.ty'ra tert of fcxiKi by pjjrr.lt eye injury. rrtitabre in YOUR who r.ndi t bvr? Specializing in the fitting of prescriptions FromM Repoiri OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION ST S LETHBfllOGE Phone J27- Can Help You OUR CLAIMANT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM IS A COUN- SELLING, INFORMATION AND REFERRAL SERVICE TO ASSIST YOU IN SOLVING PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH UNEMPLOYMENT. TO HELP YOU GET AT THE ROOT OF THE PROBLEM. IF YOU NEED HELP OUR SERVICES ARE AVAILABLE. Unemployment Assurance- Insurance chomage Canada Canada The STAFF of XKXXX like to extend ___________ ______ to all their friends 1203 -2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-2443 and patrons a very GREAT WEST TIRE LTD. Vftt'f Merry Christmas ;