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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14-THE IFTHBRIDGE HtRAlD Thurify. 16, 1972 Study puts Canada even closer to U. IK IUCKLKV WASHINGTON (CT> The concept of a radically aUeml uorkl. divided amicably but for- mally inta vast e i' o n o mi e apparently is being pivon consideration atmmg sen- ior officials in the Nixon admin- istration. For Canada, the concept prolv nbly signify .in oven tigh- ter liaison with the- United j States and thus would appear to conflict with Ottawa's current policy of diversifying its foreign ties us a mentis of Ca- tiadkm dependence on the U.S. Informed sources say the idea is still just one of the possibili- t i es bci tig ivci g hed tie re as a potential solution to the numer- ous long-range problems in t rade a ml rnonct arv affairs which confront I IIP U.S. anil other world Micro arc.1 indications that no less a figure than Treasury Secretary John CouuaHy has lieen over the concep- tion. For (hat reason aloiiL1, it is not lightly dismissed by obsL'rv- cis here. Basically, the concept sees the world divided by design into several major economic blocs. Murder on the upswing OTTAWA (CP) The num- ber of offence's reported by po-l lice as murder in 1971 p rob ably surpassed the 1970 record of -130, it teamed The 1071 total, to be I 4Hn, is considered more sigmfici'nt bemuse of a much. higher uieidnice of single slay- ings. The 1970 total of -130 included -10 deaths that occurred when an old-age home in eastern Quebec j set afire by a caretaker oith a history of arson. An unu- sual number of nmltiplc-slay- ings drove the 1970 total up. The 1971 total would inchicfej more single more' important indicator in assessing! Under the trial suspension, murder, informed sources said, only these kill working po- lice or prison guards may be charged capital murder. OFTEN The totals are based on re- ports by police depart- ments to Slatistics Canada. Murder is often reduced to man- slaughter once (he case goes to court. 100 see school RELLEVUE (C N P Bureau 1 The MD McEachorn School The number of murders re- i