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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta low tonight 5 below; high Sunday 20 above The Lctlibridqc Herald KIGHT ON U TARGET FOR 1975 VOL, LXVt No. LETHBRIDGL. ALBERTA. SATURDAY. JANUARY 6, 1973 PRICE: FIFTEEN CENTS SIX SECTIONS 72 PAGES Wheat board wins rapeseed test case House motion raps bombing OTTAWA .'OP1 dsys before top-level talks be- Aifairs Minister Mi'chel! Sharp tvc-en Hanoi and Washing-ion von all-party approval Friday are to resume in Paris Monday. for a minion deoloring recent echoed language Mr. Sham said DOHTU and .-i-oej heavy bombing by the United V.einesday vss contained in By RIC SWIHART Herald Staff Writer The Canadian wheat board Friday '.'on the derision in Alberta's te-t case on the overdelivery of rapeseed. Charlie SllLala of Trochu. 35 miles southwest of Red Deer, v.-as lined Eld and S2.50 costs in Lethbridge Pro- vincial Coun when he v.-as found guilty of overdeLvery D: rapeseed to era Canadian Seed Processors plant in the city. The court case 2 resist __ _ oi month, of conflict berveen R epartntent of Agriculture States in Ncrthf Vietnam and op- ires-rases Vj ihe U.S. aovern- concerning v.ncn btcy ilX'T TN'T1 posing anv resumntion of the n-r-t "depionrs the bombbs Lhe movement ot rape- H K aerial bombardment. tits: trak'p'sce Ln the last two ooun-anei o. No dissenters ivere beard as v.eeks c: December. .-Jjena. the motion Bashed on a The U.S. r-ate department re- The CW3 considers rapested vote after a brief debate. fused cummin or. the Canadian a grain subject to federal con- During the debate "Mr massages, and there "-VES n-o Lm- troi. Alberta feels federal con- elso so'tered one ci the condi- to tbe tr-.-i ot Alberts products tions the has set motion. Sbarr. T'.-otessed ir. the pro-.-iuce bin- ca-; of an C? fo: Canadian panicipatlon Li a said be ccrs agricultural product PLEi; freight iriin de-ailed Vietnam ir_V.'aihinr.tc. A. K. E'- c-f ?.ledicine Kat. He said the govemmen; ro .h; also -elrartea the ?ord. n a Eeraic There were ao L-j'uries re- hnjer insists -_-a: a resump-Jun oi the Hanoi-Wash- the court session, sai'd ported Ln th? dcrailmerr, -ivhlcli TTH: other cor-c-ti ?ns he s-ald. that "tris rot a reso- arj irr. itatior. frotn I'.r.tor. directed against the The e.ast- that'll to leave Calgary at 4 ihe matte: of the various cate- P'3- be rero-tea Backard riiik T'-t Viet a -arda'e :cr ci the peice Lt Viet- .-e tc bri-.q e a c'cser to e. I- c-d ?r brc-her, TJ-. 11. "he resolution, passed three he tnld the Conimoris. crushing plant and assign Be _______ DIEK OPPOSED E certain number ot acres .or ovo- dis- Ear'ier Fridav. former Con- they intend to haul r-.. fe--stl-.e prime minister John -o for the e.vport niar- s, c_._ PieienhaJter opposed the idea tet. jr a resol-jtim. jsjdsj it wtittld M'. had assigned a Mr. Olscc s'id neirher ihe mark first rlrie Paru'emen: certain rimber cf acrer ot er.gine nor the caionse Mr. Sharp told reporters more than he asFiped himfeif. Cause oi the dej-ailment at least one prere- said sot kuon. tne Lornmons en- .K? of tfee as- U of L enrolment slide 'must be stopped' Kv TM.nWELL when i: opened Li- enriLnen; the U of cursed a mccci Oct. 25. 1P7I. Siarr Writer campus in Sepiemr- :f71. L has c-tmurd reg- all ruciesr tests arri The Uruversitv o: LethDndge At the time of lire ir..--fases Li operating pi-tic-ular'y the U.S. blast on p-.-ersil cuota for tnav have to ca-tsider a change the thm chaLrman of the irri- pants. Alaska's Amchitia Islarjd. t ClQTlll c; unless the dov-T> versities commission. Dr. Aa- Dr- ho.rr.es explained that _ _ _____ UiJ 111 I Nixon seeks proper pact V--' Times Sen ice he f-tr'-v o: tr.-.-rr. tj his Vietnam pol- icies, he as to do v.'hat he regarded as t: kmd o: settlement" e'v Stewart, "V.'e no'- heeti nec- ess me OOV-T> v.-ard enrolment slide is stopped said. "We so-.n. recognuti? ti-.at the old figure v e tssarj" to aj-'.v the Pr. Owe- Holmes, academic .f j.-55' of the U oi L. yen ca. pt.s t? cpered l- ihe rrrad o; the L" "V vear? changes :-ClM co-s pent us vne-ve When cam-us 'e eac.i Relief otr.er nt ?.'j- irhich res-ulteS in 'ie v.-as that PrnvL-dul Judge Erfc-d had deride whether Paruame-.. that the art cnr.tr; the m-vcnen: rf ma-, have to be made. cram so that there could be orderly marketing in ihe inter- "I wrso-allv think -uill rc '--'e, c: T11 riatic-r.al and exMrt trade ol ballots ordered cf a c'-.v.ce o: obvtouily beer 'thrjMt; The slide out. erua! for ill producer's and this, the act an essentia' part cl the rational crahi roarketing OTTAWA Votln- -y c'r.tra-Tt r.iirtcd b. by a co-i- -..tf-M arc ih.i; ni-iv- at -i ?-.t T-. ct" t'-e re.-er: t hter assassins KSSS3 defy learnings voters ccif-ised ,.-e ol the :y I _ lir export conu- ;hc crV] .__ ".__; the :oin K: the Car.ada wi.uld be se-; ;elf- 1." the Als: see sto-y Tagf 1' J de.-lhvd '.i c.vj'.-rerce T-e L ?A mar shot in the l-rarilari continuirg. as sari an ap- folUld ;s0 t'.v.r'.y cu-o'sly noxt V'.ey rl'.ir.'.o.'., are 10 '.i'.rco o: the to Zifjilor ar.ii sovornl y Seen and heard About town 1 lOSriTAl, r.n.- .hilir.n :tg iv.by sto ics .ntvxit ye.-.w'id J enrolment (or Hpnry, must u .-s !VM FiirapECi. v1 l.kf t.i lor Kl.-.ivf Mir- tV ;o piv.vs rA.nni lo f v in r.'.ai'ke; (TO I rnt.-.-c uhu-h i pnxeised in Alberts. 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