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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta g THS ICWSRID6E HEHALO Tuiuday, November 17, 1570- SENATOR KKNNKiV SENATOR S1USKIE Denies Itrport No. i Choice Kennedy denies Democrats will nominate him WASHINGTON (AP) Sena- tor Edward II. Kennedy of .Mas- sachusetts Monday denied re- ports attributed to President Nixon that he will receive and accept the Democratic presiden- tial nomination in 1972. Kennedy said Democratic Senator Ed- mund S. JIuskic ot Maine is far and away the favorite for nomi- nation. "lie's way on! b) Ken- nedy said of Muskie at a news conference. Kennedy responded a grin, a shake of the head and a Billet ulifMi asked whether he would accept, the nomination ii it were offered. Asked to comment on a Time [magazine report that President 'Nixon believes the Democrats will indeed choose him, Ken- nedy replied: "The president's political i prognostications In the past 1 have not been highly accurate." Kennedy did say that lie will seek the support of Senate Dem- ocrats for re-election as Demo- cratic whip. The position, in effect that of assistant majority leader, may be contested by Senator Robert Bynl {Dem. who now holds the No. 3 leadership post. Byrd has recently been quoted as criticizing Kennedy's conduct oE the office of whip. Chinese Lo make contact TAIPEI (Reuter) A. Nation- alist Chinese delegation will leave here shortly for Canada in the first official contact between the two governments since Can- ada established diplomatic rela- tions with Peking. Official sources said the dele- gation will negotiate a new cot- toa and textile agreement be- tween the two countries. H. K. Shao, deputy director- general of the board of trade, will lead the delegation which also will negotiate a textile agreement .ith the United States in Washington after the Canadian visit. Shao told reporters that the negotiation of a new textile con- tract was started long before Taiwan severed relations with Canada Oct. 13 over its recogni- tion of Peking. He said that Nationalist Chins, would maintain trade relations with Canada and Italy, which also has recognized the Peking regime. Green Berets lo be trimmed WASHINGTON The elite U.S. Army couuter-guer- rilla xuiit known as the Green Berets will lose one-third of its manpower to defence budget cuts next year, say army offi- cials. Pentagon officers say they ex- pect the Special Forces unit to be trimmed to or possibly less in 1971. These officers say the cut is In proportion to over-all force reductionsinthe military. Present defence planning calls for the army to be slashed to less than 14 divisions by June from the Vietnam war peak of almost 20 in 1968. Although it hasn't officially been announced, most of the Green Berets in .Vietnam are expected to be withdrawn by Christmas. Royal Family goes oil trial PHNOM PENH, Cambodia. (AP) Chan landy, head of the military police intellig- nnce bureau, said today that a daughter and son ot deposed Prince Norodom Sihanouk have been arrested and will be tried soon in military courts. Princess Bot'hum Bopha and Prince Narmiipo will be the first members of the royal fam- ily to go on trial in person. Si- hanouk, his wife Monique, and other members of his inner gov- ernment circle have been sent- enced to death or lo long prison terms in absentia and are in Peking, where Sihanouk has set up a government-is-exile. A source in the military jus- tice department said Naratiipo and Princess Bothum Bopha will be charged with co-opera- tion with the enemy, tanta- mount to treason, and fJsat the trial will be public. Prince Naradipo has been under modified house arrest for some time. He and the princess were accused of being responsi- ble for recent leaflets attacking the government's abolition of the monarchy and proclamation of a republic. Coal miner revolt is fading LONDON (AF'i Britain's revolt of coal miners against their own two-week wildcat walkout which has cost two million tons of peared today to be fading. One-third ol the strik- ing miners voted during the weekend to return to the mines. But nearly miners in south Wales and in Don- caster stayed on strike, and out W.OHO miners in Scolbnd have down all hiif four minfrs. prices I'M, In an attempt to ciicck inflation, Zeland's government has im- The miners, whose basic pay- averages a week, have been demanding a wcek increase. The national coal board offered increases ranging from 7s 6d to S3 a week. The National Union of Miners recommended acceptance of the board offer but unofficial strikes spread rapidly among the coun- try's 292.009 miners. 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