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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Canadian troops leave for duty on Vietnam ceasefire team OTTAWA 'CPI External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp said Saturday that Canada has receded confirmation of the nf the Vietnam peace tivc-iy and Cana- dian troops will leave Montreal la'er in the day lor Saigon to serve in i.ie international super- visory organization, Ali four parties involved in the Vietnam conflict also have iormaljy invited Canada to par- ticipate in the supervisory role and a dinlomalic note has been sent lo the four lellmg them of Canaca s willingness io sene (or at least W days. After that. Canadian ranic'i- pation will depend on the "ex- tent to the conditions for full acceptance of membership by Canada, as previously com- municated to the parlies of the agreement, are fulfilled during the period of the initial partici- pation." said Mr. Sharp. About military and civil- ian personnel will leave Mon- treal today. The psace agreement calls Jo.- in conference to be held within 30 days. The conference may set up another aroncy io which the commis- sion would report. Among the first jobs for the Canadians and other members of the commission is observa- tion of prisoner exchanges. To oversee release of U.S. prisoners in Hanoi, Canada al- ready has three officers with the existing International Con- trol Commission in the Vietnamese capital. Another external affairs offi- cial is to fly to Hanoi from the embassy in Washington next week, officials said Friday. Representatives of Hungary, Poland and Indonesia met ex- ternal affairs department offi- cials Friday in Ottawa to start working out delails for the com- mission's operations. But Canadian officials stress that its the peace it- be set by the com- batants. "We're not going to do any- thing the four parties don't want us to said one. Officials are waiting to see whether the first 60 under the ceasefire will meet the gov- ernments conditions for contin- ued participation. Provision in the for freedom of access for the com- Canadian condi- admittedly a bit one official sain. Tne protocol setting up the commission says it "is allowed such movement for chservstian ss is reasonably required for the proper exercise of its func- tions. But who what is rea- sonable? Mr. Sharp reiterated in the Commons Friday that the gov- ernment reserves the right to withdraw from the commission anytime. An official said the govera- ment considers itself exempt from a protocol re- quiring 90-days from any member seeking to withdraw. T may judge ft. V C-' Vietnam war Ey EliNEST K. MAY V. LTshington Star-Xens WASHIXCrTC.N Img. us >var will be jus: :.n episode in hisio-cy. Our grandchildren will rer.d in school ?.s young people icxjay read EMU: the Second Y'.'crM War. or ES middle- aged people abom th? World War. or as our once rosd shoui the civil or the Mexican w.-.r. Li the are te-p.chers and textbook: jikc'.v to sc.y '.'rs Ho'.v will they explain it? HJ--> v, j ;hey assess i-j L- si; Liel-hc-d. iviil see the trar ss r: uhc.t Americans held ia the a-i e.-crly Ifjj's. lust ss they see the Mexican v.'sc out o: "rr.anifecs: destiny 5rLri: o: the or :he Spasifh-A-mericaii IVsr out o: the Humsintsrian Imperialist fervor o: the ;K-'-'s. For in Vietnam came s: a L.T.I? Ar.-enicsns cheir countri- es a: a cljiseiy krjt coalition of en the world -.heir rule on the United ils in :he- "id-60's, repea'.edly fhe-ive'j :h? O's r.-.ay out I'-.-'. :-.-.s o: "V-c o: experience. re checked only by force --ve. vie--ed es a and per- s they that this as- '--c. r. his counselors iSoO's. testing e Herald VOL. LXVI No. 40 LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1973 VOL. LXYI Xo. 39 FOUR SECTIONS 54 PAGES A war ends Wiiiicn Rogers signs ceasefire for U.S. vA'-e Xucr, Thuy sigps fcr Hz-c'. Price, icnze controls By Jo: tie is.'.', c: C.ur In ad- jr co'd Tnc I'. 5. abroad in and mili- cor.plorscr.'.ed priva'.e tanks. arc. ;'rove aU, ih; nen's- Turner reiterates stand B> YKTOr, MACMi: are still si higher levels I He ov! Ur.ited Tlrr.ild Pn.-uji Bir-rnn should ]i-Ve rtt? 2nd in- ff irdex PP-- v: --c- citases may well rorv a; Tcizil ir.dex.1' J4 CVT. price ?.r.d _ con'ro'.s ,--L- posi-.-on .___________________________. 4 is E iha: needs and v.-aze coniro'.s no; ;he e; this r.nia Hobos helped lo questions from LONDON lAP1 Queen "I r.u: vvar.: io Leader Hobert ELlrsb-erh a c: her ir. the finsr.re properly today to (he v-inos ar.d i have ir. ar.y he- st-dieri the who'e- cf London. rr.y as the prift1 rise-: and also we b- Score? PI or dustrial prcc ally sleep on sidewalks and PI" .ir.d c.imrols io "Or.e a bit and park soon a fi- the is They royal roof over heads, r.ar.ce Starwood 111 Gap area Secret strip mining plan in 01 pbn is tho the for the- Gc-D repon o: ik-uth- priority. :ho Alberta, nooordinc ti v, '.-.-.k t'-.o Trnns-fsnc.da Southern .Uvrtj .-.v ho Ardy RussoH. ho in- i: i.lv-rfe'v .is a an epcivpi: on :i'o CtooX ;.s cod and tho nor'liwest e: Vc- vrh on c.Vil. a railroad ".no. Ci-o. L'ldiisrria: r.is pliii boo- kop; under s.iys tr. tho Ci-vrnl Mr. ".ind is !-v nlotii; Cv Ho obiras i: raay link up v A oo: o: c.jrs on In- eo.: road :'or to liivcr P.iss. :hc i: vss Vnit Ir.Tir.s now h..uil oo.il i :-r.ex't Iron Iho r.iklord .T.V.I :o m-.-l co.i.-t for to Co.il. Tho -oi-o'iv, M si.-irtt-tl l.isl In- Vr. by tho AlborM is (Tor (urilior veo Mr. on spin damage piles up ALERT BAY. B.C. ''CP' Gsznup arid snd cisposal o: srclje'd by a I-ish ULcer todsy as rsnitCe from sp.l! early stili received. L. E. Slafl-r. in of the cleanup for tne i-.is- tn- o: ths: '-'-e ci! spilifd rillsre off the rortr.eas: cess: e: Island 3iy. pacts in Paris PARIS ine treaty on e-.idLng the in I'leinani v.'jiich nzs claimed more than TWO minion lives nas a two sessions here today. The agreement calls for the to at 8 p.m. Saigon time Sunday, 5 p.m. H.JST today. The calls for the lUCrCaSe io a: S E.-R. Saifo- ti-e Sunday p.n. EST tc- A rp in AG1 rates In -jie firs: session, he United States, -V-ieasm. the Ssi- -rCP'l MM1 MOS11.Y SI ;