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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Plan university OTTAWA tCP) A commission study of university programs in Canadian studies was announced today by (lie study Ont.. will include academic and public representatives. The i-aiigc of offered courses, library resources, financial support and needs for new By JEFF CAHRUTHKRS Herald Ottawa Durcil TORONTO To meet con have bigger motors poorer acceleration and fuel economy, and may even be harder to gadg sion of the Intarnational Conference on Automobile Pollution, Mr. Hiltler admitted to the audience that he was trying to scare them willi his predictions about the prospects for automobiles in a few years if plans for more strict federal controls force auto emissions are followed through. "We haven't been able car mean cxlra cost on the average for 1975 American Motors products. It. could be even double that for the largest models. And the problems of performance, driveability and cost will ae even greater for the ides and hydrocarbons cars. Mr. Hiltler said that leges. The commission, headed by T. H. B. Symons, president of Trent University, The study, to be financed by the Canada Council, is scheduled for completion next u o v u Bir jXmiuiOii-COmiul standards for 1975, American Motors' automobiles in the United and probably In Canada as will cost development for Ameri ca ti Motors of De Lroit said here, Speaking at the scientific slandards to he said, with prototype models. And he estimated roughly that meeting the requirements about the deleteriou feels of all the required ei modification on. the drivca thus the niarketabilit their products. WOCHCO PHARMACY OPERATED BY JACK AUSTIN PHARMACY (AITA.) LTD., A DIVISION OF DOMINION CITRUS AND DRUGS ITD. WOOLCO COPPERTONE WOOLCO ANTI-PERSPIRAMT SUNTAN LOTION MEDICATED SKIN DEODORANT 8oz. OROIL 4oz. 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College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Open Daily 9 a.m. fo 6 p.m.; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Closed Dominion Day. mean cxlra cost on the and hydrocarbons from erage for 1975 American Hilller said that auto It could be even double about the deleterious ef- for the largest of all the required engine And the problems of on .the driveability ance, driveability and cost thus the of ae even greater for the products. models, he said changes in the shape of The main reason is that may be necessary to pro- is the year of the space to fit in all the extra needed to lower emissions equipment now carbon monoxide, nitrogen he suggested. Core war comes to WASHINGTON (Reuter) intermediary role The fundamental issue two friends ing the United States and the late North Vietnamese Vietnam for the last eight Ho Chi and has been who would rule in Kissinger, who now is gon after the Americans Nixon's chief adviser out, top secret U.S. foreign affairs but then was documents published today professor at Harvard Univer- the Waslungton Post and on assignment for thea Although public Lyndon Johnson. centred on the fighting, who tried to act as a heavy bombing raids on included Canadian, Vietnam and the fate of Romanian, Swedish, prisoners of war, the and Italian diplo- was the Communist and the British govern- mand for a coalition when Soviet Premier ment in South Vietnam and Kosygin visited Britain insistence on free 1967. These were among on the lalest now disclosed in a of classified papers only secret section of the of which appeared Papers, a highly-classified Post says they revealed volume history at U.S. "at no time, during the ment in Indochina since the years of struggle to ond World the war by diplomacy, was The analysis was key issue any one of the last year and led to an that have inflamed cessful government attempt debate, with one excep- block its publication. Four umes never revealed dealt with diplomatic manoeuvring aimed at ending the fighting and bringing peace to Indochina. Among those who played underlying problem never has been the speed o) U.S. troop withdrawals, or the terms of a ceasefire or international supervision, or the re- of American prisoners. No on the Communist slda for a 'coalition government' in Vietnam and the offset. to allied calls for 'free elections' did, and do, symbolize what the war is really newspaper says. "The core issue was, and fs, what dominated the most recent OTTAWA (CP) Solicitor-General Jean-Pierre Goyer said the method by which RCMP members are charged, tried and sentenced by officers without benefit of outside lawyers "concerns me deeply" but so far and American Chinese discussions about the war: Who shall rule in Saigon after American troops withdraw and what will be the regime's relations with Washington, with Hanoi, with Moscow and with Peking has no He told New Post obtained the docu- Leader David Lewis that he from columnist Jack An. raised this matter with the whose syndicated arti- misioner of the appear in many U.S. news- Meanwhile, he told the tion that he still hasn't had NAMED to read a magazine article Jack Ramsay, a former first attempt recorded by corporal, which is critical of Pentagon Papers iti The force. He had faced a account lo bring about a of questions Monday about settlement through indirect contact started in Mr. Goyer told Les 1984. Hegina-Lake involved J. Blair Sea- that it would be "absolutely a Canadian member o[ appropriate" to initiate an International Control Com- quiry into the HCMP. His in Southeast Asia. Ac- tion had not been drawn to to the defence depart- definite facts to justify such study his conlacl, -which to an end in June 1965, Doug Rowland (N D P S e "unusually substantive kirk) said the article dramatic messages." serious charges and an inquiry should be launched to clear subject in the Seaborn messages was the stress placed The article, in Maclean's magazine, said that morale in the RCMP is at an all-time low, that suicides and alcoholism each side on their delermina-lion "lo do and endure whatever might be necessary to see tha war to a conclusion satisfactory In if a problem, that RCMP 1C. perjure themselves in court next initiative began in that they persecute Indians 1965, when President increase their arrest stopped the bombing of North in an effort to con- Hanoi to de-escalate ils Weirtl This effort, called Project attempted to bring injures Soviet Union in as an intermediary, a role refused by Mos- at The Soviet action brought that project to an end. other channels all ended EDMONTON (CP) An failure, although efforts were monton woman was by Canadian officials, injured in a weird type of in Poland, Sweden, Ro- fic Britain, the Soviet Union Loretta Mudge, 28, was Italy. ed inlo a plate glass reasons for (he failures of and crushed against a wall various efforts differed the downtown area by a car which ran out of the years but generally came down to misunderstan- The car ran over a curb, pushed Mrs. Mudge into the window and carried her aroum a comer before hitting a and missed opportunities, the Post said in its analysis o! the newly released portions. woman and a taxi. The woman wasn't injured ly. Mrs. Mudge suffered a Alberla tured pelvis, a ruptured blad der and had her right leg official putated below the at 59 Tolls goes (CP) The sup- of CP Rail's ter- TEL AVIV (AP) -The division, J. L. Hall, died loll in the May 30 Tel Aviv at the age of 69 following port massacre has risen to short illness. with the death of another Hall had been with the raeli, hospital authorities since starting as an here. The victim, in 1927. He later trans- as Zvl Gutman, 51, died to the operating depart- day. The dead in the raid and served as assistant 16 Puerto Hican lourisls, at Edmonton, Canadian woman, nine and Medicine Hat be- and two of the three coming to Winnipeg in ;