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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE tETHlJRIDGE HERALD Monday, Mny 79, 1972 Opposition to continue it t I ft 1 I I I h B 1V I I sutler second big wlback "ins m' campaign lor election miles farther soulh nlonR Ihe highway was hit 21K) round1; ol' shells, hlou'inf; up to little ooom II v STKN'AltT Mal'I.IIOl) K'I'I llv lo drop out of sight. aide lo Mr. Stanficld an invilalion lo visil Vietnamese relief cnliimn Chile, Ihe dale will he left open ilepol, liio rujjorlE Mnnl. fAP) Tlic agreement signed in Mcscow arc sonic pcnplc in Ire private .sector who are ever before. "It would be a crushing blow nouncing lhal no suninuT ('onsen alive leader he can wail until after tne killini' or '.vouniiinR Kit) (he arms race down hurt. I mean hurt like l.'U'ro were any decision to lion would In1 held. I'rimc Min-isicr TrudtMU has k' Iravcllinj; on most weeks Ilic this more fiovernmciit II Wll I, a I'.cavv SINCT; APKIL An Loo. niiles r.orlli of through the little boom town of lie f-aid there had joen project. At Serlulia, Mo., officials cx- brought on one of Ilif longer in hisloi .v. The opposiliou ;'eart'd for n c'loi'tUm, va-n.1 jl-rcady in full ;iri' not about to lie low nti1.1, As nne New Deniuerat MI' "il just means lhal Hie campaign keep Home, until fall." Mr. hmisell i .1 so-called he visilcd nine cities in tour days. Mr. Lewis had drawn up a heavy schedule until mid-July, when il was Ihought an election mitihi be held. Next week, his parly officials will work out new summer itinerary and aide snid ''Iherc is no way that it can be The leader least affected will be Social Credit Leader big election and Kiuld Is said Norlh Yict-Ihcy are fairly well confined lo name.se gunners poured mine Ihc will wait for liie offi- than rounds of rockets and cial campaign lint tile leaders artillery mid moi-tar shells at are expected to spend many Koulli Viclr.amesc forces days on open-line radio; move up Highway 13 north of s, visiting fairs, calling on Saigon. .dories, and generally meeting as many people as possible. An m. in Most of (hem began doing llns v hm early in the year, m cxpcclalion has been under siege sinec April 7, a v.-eck after [he North Vietnamese launched Ilieir of-ft1 across SnviUi Vietnam. The relief column lin.s Ijeen For the l.i.st. 10 days by North Viclnrmese troops who arc reported heavily entrenched on the 'A'cstcrn .side of Highway Kl. In tiui central highland is the hub cf huildinji of mulli-million-dollar anti-ballistic missile sites scrapped hy the Moscow agreement. The popnlafT'in in Hie nrea, in rolling wheat fields in northern Montana, has leaped lo about 5.000 with the influx of workers on two ABM installations. Tlic 1070 census said Conrad had a population of remodelling of bars in anticipation of an influx cf thousands of workers and inU-Mlemen and plans lo expund ox-islinj! bii'iincsscs. SO.MK AVOI'.K COKS But ihe residents around Cirand Forks, N.D., breathed easier lliat the conlinued v.ork on heir area's ABM fnrilitv v.t.ich is an economic boost o. several iniliion dollars Q year from an ABM rr.dar site lo be built. nearby Whileman Air I-'ni'L'c now (he site may not. be built. "I a rnpporlcr of the aali-btiliistif missile said .Jerry Jones, "but I'm rjrlaiuly happy lo sec a agrccinent has been rcpfhefl aides sav lir i.- lie campaigns at a spinig CiCClion. destroyed Vietnamese troops, en- Conrad Mayor Rob Arncl cent s- rl-.esman for the Safp- entirely ncnnal summer break-neck pace nil the time, lime for .1 porM.-iial I'iiciuiO'i spending most weekends work-Bui both nli-.e I.r.-.dei1' in or the summer, we couldn says an mem-! in parts of Konluni, put up sliff rnsislance today end to AHM construction would "IcL us go back the way we has accepted Edward J. Franla, fonder publisher o." a Command office at Con-r; d Fridav i{ had received !-o official nfj'Jfi lion involving Robert S 1 a 11 i i i 1 (1 ard NDP- Al Hie momcnl. Mr. ill mid-slrcam and exnccl i 159 ln last fijtlilinR Tor the cl-icf nlnnnin" r.l and work was Leader iA-nid l.i-.'.-is are has no plans to leave pick up where you led off." i A Soulh Vietnamese fire successive flay. cer, Perry F. Foys, living is arc filmo1-! certain lo iiu'olve a sav il is likely he will hoavv load ol travel and part of his at his 'Somc Liberal source, cxnress Lake. Quc. jusl north of Ut-l Ul -U Jgp jdjjtii If doubt wliclhc- ire prime minis fun 5 M3 ter will be abic. rch'.livcly he is on Ihe verge r ,m JL B r program By ROBERT IMHiKIN WASHINGTON For 2T2 years, w'nile I" S. and Rus- sian diplomats lianmu-red out a strategic arms-limitation agree- ment, construction workers in North Dakota and Montana have been dipping holes and pouring concrele for the Safe- guard anti-ballistic missile sys- tem. The diplomats have finished their work, find the Soviet- American treaty lhal resulted will bring an end to the Nixon administration's planned ABM not neces- sarily to the controversy sur- rounding il. Under the agreement -ipncd Friday in Moscow, both the United States and the Soviet Union are permitted ABM around an offensive ICBM base lo protect il against surprise attack, and the other around Washing on and Mos- cow, respectively. Each site wuhi be per- mitted 100 ABM launchers. Of the two ABM sites now ac- tually under construction in the United States, the one near Ihc ICBM base a! Grand Forks. N.D.. is 85 per cent complete. The Russians already have a protective ABM shield around Moscow with M laincbers. bu; nothing around I heir ICBM fields. .MAY REITSK FL'.NDS The Russians are expected lo go ahead wiih a second site to protect some of I heir TCRMs But with skepticism in Congress over the value of the ABM sys- tem, there is considerable doubt whether the Pentagon will re- ceive funds to protect Washing- ton, D.C., with I ho secondary permissible ABM base for by the treaty. This is likely to be the subject of much tuture debate. The latest cost estimate for the planned V S. ABM program stands nl move than S16 billion. Up Lo about S5 million has actually been ap- proved, mostly for the first Luo sites, at Grand Forks and Malmstrom Air Force, Mont In addition, there is the co.-'t of the Sprint and Spartan anti- ballistic missiles themselves and the research and develop- ment lhal has pine inlo the Safeguard proeram. Limiting Safeguard to I wo sites would save more than ?ll billion. The SALT treaty eliminate; j Ihe need for Ihe Malmstrom site where labor nucl cost problems forced a year's construction ilclay. Only about eight per cent of the work has been completed. 1'I.AN 2 OTHERS Planning for the Ihird and fourlh sites at Whitemon Air Force Case. Mo., and Warren Air Foi'je Base. Wyo.. has been under way for some time but no couslruclion was begun. Cven if only two U.S. missile bases arc Grand Forks and Pentagon I figures the lab at about SO bil- j lion, more than half Ihe sum estimnlcd for the original 12-site network proposed in 1M9. i The Grand Forks AB1I base is scheduled to be operational by October. 1974. The buildings i housing the base's radars for i guiding Ihe missile to their tar- gels are nearly complete. The Spartan missile silos are three- i quarters finished, and work is proceeding on the five under- ground fields for the smaller Sprint missiles. Meanwhile, at Meek Island in the Pacific. Ihe Spartan and I Sprint have run UD more than 20 I successful lest firings against real and imagined targets. The two missiles comprise a one two punch, with the Spartan designed to meet and destroy warheads more than 400 miles away and Ihe Sprint designed to take out warheads which pene- i Irate the Spartan umbrella. Strong for STOCKHOLM 'I1, rule r1 Maurice Strong o! Canada, sec- retary-general of MIL' rniit.'fi Na- tions conference on human envi- ronmenl in Slorvlinlin June arrived here ludny. Although more luan coun- tries arc reported to 1me ac- cepted unilatiiins lo Iho confer- ence, a dispute threatens In keep the Soviet. I'nion and oilier East K u r o p e a n auay. This dispute involu'v inn ex- clusion of Ka.sl Germany from full parlicipalion V.'ar.-aw pad members hnvr they won'! at I end unless KJH i-- given full slahi-. Slrong, hcail of f'rin- arln's oxlernal aid r.ffice, said in London recently lhal he. way (o a '.million v.ill he pointed by t'ic app.-imii degree of co .-Iniv-n a; r n H f r r n c c of L'nitcd Slal.es and Soviet lead- ers. I Lovis raps freight hike for potash SASKATOON ICP) Ill- creased rates for potash are an- other example of how unacccpt- cxoiuiniic and industrial rievel- ablc burdens are added to the opmen! of the prairies. Nation- al New Democratic Party Lea- der David Lewis said here. He said the 70 cent a ton increase set for June I comes ol a time when Ihc potash in- dustry in Saskatchewan "is working hclow 50 per cent capa- city." The industry facing stiff comnelilion. especially from producers in Mexico, he lo'rl a public meeting. The federal government, lie srirl, iias Ihe [lower to demand all information rclaling lo the increase and "it should make ibis information public lo sec if Ihc inc'.-crise is Mr. Lewis also said Iliat a llrmocralic govcrnmenl would place reasonable limils on Ihe expenses of candidates nnd parlies in federal elections. will require a full ac- count of sources Ihe money came from and Ihe amnilnl spent by a c.-iiididalc and a he said. Kissinger iven MOSCOW Hteulcr) The So- lid ambassador lo Washington Saiurday gave Kissin- ger a bolllc of rid-ycar-old bran- dv ,-is a present. Ambassador Anatoli Dobrynin lold rcporlers on UK- flight from I Moscow lo U'liingrad wilh Press j idcnl N'ixon lhal he had tried lo find a bollle the same age as J Kissinger, but hail lo make do uilh Ihc next best thing. Kissinger did not join PITM- rlv'iil lor his one-day trip lo Leningrad, apparenlly spend- ing his birthday in Moscow. j SALE: KAY 29th to JUNE 3rd FORTREL COTTON SLEEPWiAR An extra ;psaal value lust in lime lor Spring refurnishing! Backed with blacK rubber! Gronn. Topnz. 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