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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26, 1972 THE IETHCRIDGI HERALD 9 While tensions were lessened during I972> world conflicts continued By DAVID Canadian Press S'.afl Writer A s LKJden sprin t toward peace in Vietnam late in the year and a marked of tension between the major gave a rneasun? of hojje during 1972 to a world still haunted by bitter sectar- ian fighting in Ireland. 'Hie year also saw art alarming rise in terrorist acts In which innocent civilians vere the main victiins. It also eaw what may have been the las', time in this century that man walked on ihc surface of the moon. The search for a settlement in Southeast Asia appeared headed for fn.r'Jrjn near the end of the year rJe-pit'j minute in negotiations bc-tween the United Stales and North Vietnam, Tr.e peace talks came during a year which sav; a flurry o f international diplomatic manoeuvrings highlighted by visits to China and the by President Richard Nixon of the United Slates. Nixon sairJ the had "changed the world." U e B p i t e differences that remained East the visits product solid agreements on disarmament international security and trade. The first firm inrjjcation of an imminent settlement in Vietnam came coring Nikon's successful re-election campaign his security adviser, Henry Kissinger. cl ai rned that 'pe ace is at hand." SAIGON OBJKCTS Despite accord Washington arvl Hanoi J on mrjst of the the United States en-ctjunterwJ object: on 3 f ro rn Soiit.ii Vietnam, v.Mch feartd i Us i i on v, c ak-N'jrth VieUutrmi-x; Vie'. A fresh round of talks in Pans and, although progress agoniz'ngly the U.S. r.'23'Je clear that v.'ould not be alLrA'ed to bS'jk an agrte-One major question sUil unresolved was effectively a ceasefire b'i super-vi'ied. Nixon's visit to China in-f the first bv an American president tinrjt; the Com rn -in j ts v. crjnt rol mainland in 19i'j. It reflected a U.S. of China's in-ttrnational influence. Nixon met v.-j i h C hai rmari Mao Tst-luJig an'l Premier Chou Kn-lai and the that followed acknowledged the differences that the two cou nt hut also contcilned a pledge of peace. Nixon'F-; China visit fol-luued thiee months later rollings in MosocrA' Soriel leaders. These re-fculted in a 'Aide of the development of In signed by the Udders of the two Germanics, whi le progress in Asia could be te-en ie La lions betwden China and Japan and talks tx.'t 'A'eeii V orth So'jth Korea, KDMONTOX fCP; The fledgling Uruvc-rsity plans to use Borne of the of the Alberta Academy proposal contained in the report on the future of education in Alberta, says Athabasca pr enident J Jr. T. C H y rr.e ssid Athabasca' s f i ve-y C.-E r pilot project to d t-v cr op r I coaming sf rategi plans "has been bit rmre clearly" in discussions UK- univeiiiifv and Advanced Education Minister Jim Foster. The 1 govern ment lasi summer suspended physical planning for the university but gave approval for the pilot project. Outlined in the Worth the Academy wo-old hive CcJnpus would not be tr- ur.vversity. a college or technical institute. It w.'tjuld employ a 'Aide icty of k-arriing mcriia, inciud-i ing and radio broad-: ision. mail telephone arid tape Dr. Byrne said the pilot jett will which methods WOUld tJK; V-it t.o "de-Irver'1 programs to 1 the community. Trie programs would be pro-nded in and indui'ry, to 'Vjse O'Jt of work, to and other interested in a uni verii jxy o ee he said. Painting found GRENOBLE, France A Rer.oir painting, Trie Milk Maid, stolen from the Grenoble Museum Sept. 23, has b-.-cn found among a bunch of stolen paintings recovered by Italian police at Imperia, near Genoa. Tne painting was in Safeway Premium White Sliced 20-oz. net wt. loaf BEANS and Taste Tells in T.S. 14-fl. oz. tin SOFT DRINKS Cragmont Delicious Flavors 28 fl. oz. btles. MARGARINE Dalewood Colored Parchment Wrapped 1-lb. Print Planning a Leisurely New Tears Day? 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