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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Chemical weapons ban not far off WASHINGTON AP> A treaty bacninc the Drotiuciion, stockpiling and o'. chemical weapons is a; f.vo years au'ay, U.S official? say. Chemical weaponry is ex- pected io dominate the 25-coun- try Geneva disarmament con- ference reopening Feb. 20, much as the problem of biolosi- ca] weapons did the last ses- sion. But the outcome won't be the same. American sources sav. deserve to pay less for fire insurance Thsv do s' Becauss our evrs-ie-ce shown ebs'.? ha1.? ace -' ricr-.3 fires. s ny v.e en su-5 for if 5. 1; a you :r -rr'< horr.e HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD. 1201 3rd.Ave. S. Phone 32S-7777 iVSURiVCE The Geneva pr-up. formally called the Commence o: the Conference on Diaarmarr.ent, put together an agreement last year prohibiting biological weapon? Tiie Soviet Union has pro- posed a chemical draft treaty that generally follows the lire set on: by the biological accord, an approach vehemently op- posed by the. United States. The American said bi- ological warfare hjs never been considered serious a threat as the use of chemicals, and the United Slates, therefore, is rot as cor.cemeo about verification. POSITION IS TOUGH However, the Washington po- sition on checking to see chemical warfare treaty is being honored is much tougher. Sophisticated chemical weap- ons already esist in large num- bers and in enormous variety. No malier hcra the treaty is fi- nally defined, the U.S. ofiiciais say. there be a need for stringent verification proce- dures. But even before a verification system is negotiated, the Amer- ican sine ssys it cannot begin to discuss specifics of the treaty without at least another year of study of the entire situation. JtVlil take 2: that long for the United State? to even formulate a detailed policy, the officials Tnat was the same line taken last year at the opening of the Geneva conference when U.S negotiator Joseph Martin said his delegation was committed io achieving a chemical treaty, but only after consideration of several preliminary prcbienis. POPULAR FOOD Weight Watchers. So you won't have to r Saturday, January 13, 1973 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 17 Textbook controversy ended SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) Adam and Eve don't belong in science textbooks, the Cali-! fomia education board has ruled. But the doctrine of divine: creation may get equal treat-j with the theory of evolu-1 Uon in new social science texts, j The board's unarumous deci-; sion Thursday against including I the biblically-oriented doctrine I of special creation in ele- menLary science texts appeared to end a controversy that had (invr.Jved several scientists, i The decision leaves a wa- tered-down version of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution as the only explanation fonnans' origins offered in new science i texts interded for 3.3 million California school children nest fall. But a motion submitied bv board member John Ford said discussions concerning repre- sentative views o- origins be among the criteria used by the board in deciding which new social science texts to ac-1 cent for in 1S76. I Ford, a San Diego physician, i has besn one of LTJS chief back- i ers of the docrrine of special creation in new science texts in- I tended for the firs: eight' graces. I But scientists told the board. list who published a worh in the creationist theory was un- 1859 holding that man evolved scientific and should be kept out tiomsts say man and otner of science texts. Kere Darwin was the British scien-, thcv are ntr-v. NOTICE TAKE NOTICE ;ha: AnrL.3! Meeting c- LETH- BRIDGE and DISTRICT JAPANESE GARDEN SOCIETY will be held at the Cenk-( 3, in Ine City of Lethbridge, in tre PrQvjnre cf Albeno, en nesdoy Ihe 17th Jcr.jsry A.D. 1573, ct the hour cf 3 o'clock ir; 7ne DATED al Ibe City 07 Letf-.brio'ge, in Frsvincs of Alberta, ihi' 21st Day cf Decernber A.D. 1572. LETHBRIDGE and DISTRICT JAPANESE GARDEN SOCIETY weight again next BEACH BEAUTY Marie Ploski, 19, displays a very go wrh it as she pauses for a rr.omen! in the wcm EJ rev, Auslrclia. cu'fi: a s-r.iie ta en !hs beach 01 Syd- Bomiie. Clyde actor faces jail term ST. AUGUSTINE'S ANGLICAN CHURCH lit- S-5J' c-c i'- ivf-j, S. 7.30 c.n. CARDSTON UNlTiD CHURCH TA5ER CIVIC CENTRE ZENITH 0-6124 (Toll Free) WATCHERS. NEW YORK -'API Michael J. Pollard. ;i? actor who drove Ihe car n the movie Bonnie ar.a Clyde, rcay soon hsve to worry about going to jail over a child-support tight L' he sets foot in Nes- York stale. Judge Thoaas C. Chinera of the S'.ate Supreme Cxrjrt found Pollard in oonternpt of court yesterday and ordered him to pay i- overdue child sup- port and ano'.her 51.50) in leeal expenses. li be doesn't comply 20 days Pollard's former vife. ae- Beth Rowland, can apply Princess falls i MONTE CARLO (.API Princess Carolme. 14-year-old caufhier of Prmce Rairner and Prir.cess Grace1, fell a horse yisterriay ar.d suffered light' the palace reported Thursday. She u-as to rerum to her boarding school in England r.; the end of the week but her 1 dersriiire be delayed, the palsce said. i for an order committing Poliard York Slate Supreme Ciurt io Felder said that when pollard and Ho-land were di- vorced in Mexico in 1936. she agreed to waive rights to afimnny and support for their dauEhter. But two years later a judre aiimvei her to set tha'. stipulation and ordered Pollard pay child support. Felc'er He said Pollard complied uri'.il last A-gusL Pollard has remarried, to Ar.ya ToL-ioy. c? tne hicliMshli rl 1 Includes all ecco.Timodaiicn and portarion. AM this and only 5263.50 each [baied on double PHONE 261-2835 FOR RESERVATIONS MPLOYERS! January 31 is the deadline for submission of applications under the Canada Manpower Training-on-the Job Program. CMTJP can help you train staff to increase productioin, improve your service, or assist in expansion ef your business, last year employers trained workers under CMTJP. 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