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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD Wednesday. Jcnuory 17, 1973 News in brief FBI aut-uts to testify WASHINGTON -API A for- mer YBl agent who said he niiTritored -CO utrttapred teie- phone calls as a spy for Presi- dent Nixor'5 reelection cam- '.'.23 to tt-ke the siand to- in the Watergate politieiii- eip-'Mge ma. .free C. Baldwin m. if'ro served is Mitchell's bodyguard rei'on? taKirg on his esr.i3r.s2e role, is expected to be the zovernnicnt's key ness against the tuo remaining; defendants an-esicd in con- nection the break-in and biigjmg at Democratic pany headquarters lisi summer. i Or. '.trial are G. Gcroon Liddy.: counsel to Nixon s cam- paign finance committee, and Jsmes McCord Jr.. v.ho was campaign security chief at tie time of the Five other ceferdarjs have pleaded ginlty ar.d await sen- tencbs. Eiieruv targets bombed SAIGON 1AP' Despite re- all of North Vietnam. r.trre pors that G cease-fire may be sunies '.vere near. United Slates carr-.ed acrcsss South Vir.- cther pciimied Xc-nh nain. Laos and Cambodia. l.S. officials said. Raids b> n> creased by more :o 311 in South Vietnam duriitg the -4-ho-jr period e-di-.g at Rabbi claims Pope-Meir press reports distorted NEW YORK (API An I criticized versions of the meet- American Jewish leader said j ing given by Vatican press sec- Tuesday a Vatican press secre- I ratcry FreJerico Alessandrim, a tary distorted reports of Pope Isyman. to Arab was allou-ed to dominate the world's press headlines. a negative impression Paul's meeting Israeli Pre- i mier Golda Meir. j Rabbi Marc H. Tanenbaum. a ciiplou it in Jewish-Christian af- fairs, made Ihe charge follow- ing telephone conversations he said he made Monday night Ot what was essentially an alto- with high-ranking Catholic and gelher positive Israeli sources in Rome. I RaDbi Tanenbaum said. He also said he had learned that Pope Paul, welcoming Mrs. Meir to his office, had "blessed her personally and blessed the state oi Israel.1' Rabbi Tanenbaum. director of inter-religious affairs for ihe sues American Jewish Committee. arrived at.'1 Me disputed Alessandrlni's claims that the meeting was ar- ranged at Mrs. Meir's request, nat the Pope consented to it primarily in [he interest of Pal- "It is terribly unfortunate that Alessandrini's propasanda esiinian refugees and that dif- cor.cessions to Arab extremist fe-raies over Jerusalem had fiV-ired in the meeting. "Dcspile the polemical In- tc-rtioii o: Alessandrini to rnin- He said Alessandrini's re- marks to reporters were "a fun- damental misrepresentation and distortion both of the spirit oi Vietnamese positions ar.d Soutn tcday i th.t: striies i n ih-.t: a the U.S cosai5T.d Ezr.oLr.ced. the halLed over ecn.n Ksuiisr of Ha'iancpolis c vsr the ice on Lake Sullivan in Indianapolis the- rncsf v-i-n rhe halp cf the family umbrella end a good wind. Any land- ,A ere disqualified d be to v-ind assisrancs. (AP oil-confidence Police find cash VANCO'CVER r-o'Jce t ii sr.d 2. [oiai val'je checked 1' ii were foi_'d b. m f ourd 5 boc-d? p.vp room cf wr.'.lsn 3ij. ced ir h ".d 12 c rrh The faces its rood, cf a in a week 3Iail sobers (tc-batj on the ec" t throne staff Ir.; ur-fcrseer; ce- u orsers E: crJy poi; jlsec cu: :c Hinsrat. is to sre ie; up a lor the urncr. as it a'. to v. alk v. "i or. previous die re: rhe f'tten Ur.e ET.Q a res: -.vord the t.16 go-'err.- msn said "ir.ere are onJy a c'-Ti'eat 01 us la: sowing r.o' Eci'spi of a A spokcsna: ior the bocrti report n a tctrjcus al- dian iiniin of 31 Ne--- o- Industrialist the Gotft faces another test Animal protection species proposed WASHINGTON' CAP) _ Inte-, The 17 others, all found in v rior Secretary Rogers Morton i Australia, are the vellow-footed .orctjosed Tuesday to designate i j v j 1 eisbt Tniied State animals and i kangaroo.: to achieve it 2nd voiced concern 13 hr.ize tite meeting, the facts are t'rr.! Mrs. Meir was received '.'.ith the same protocol and cer- emonial correctness that was recorded to President Nbton on bst to Rabbi Tanenbaum said the artual importance of this his- toric meeting" was reflected in tl'e official Vatican commu- r.ique about it, in contrast to the "verbal improvisation of a press secretary.'' The communique said the Pope "reviewed the history and suffering of the Jewish nrpiented the Holy See's view- point on Middle East problems zrid cited the "sacred charac- ter" of Jerusalem to Jews. Christians and Moslems, but did Austr, The prorsised in tbe throne given th? tove N'O iis: he called ihe throne speech the greates; about-face in the his- to-y ot" Canadian government. farmers to grow grain rlo however, tint the mi- they are worth.'' at an earful I endangered spe- en why i- lost the West, than Agric-jiture Minister Eugene was on his feet ursing "for all t L-_I" T t i a tslm8 prohibit bUm-g siiusf'oti riiamfnt Mr. Homer credited the West's reiection of the Liberals icverv i0 the party's inabiiit--- to under- or anc-'jier arc poetical parties h foreign species. The Australian government last week banned the e.xport of kangaroo hides and meai. effec- tive next April. Ore I'.S. species proposed for li-ting. trie cougar, was nosed wombat, eastern native-1 wishes that justice cat. numbat. stick-rest and law would estabHsh peace Gould's mouse, magpie and coexistence1' in ihe Griddle freckled duck, plaint wanderer, Easr. and said he would do alJ bustard and ground parrot. i he could to achieve those goals. "the proud iresteraer.1 was -he dav of the He government farm believed already estinct until westerr. farmer. NO soorsr had as 52 attempt to bribe sightings throughout fimters with tceir o-im monev. Jack 1 -1 ard ,'-s Liberal PAMPLONA. Spain Airp-o- Lordor. 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