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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD GOUGED MOUNTAIN Huge gouges, resulling from hydraulic sluicing used in mining exploration, scar mountainsides Tau Creek, 200 miles north of- Prince I George. Two provincial wildlife biologists have attacked exploralion in the area. Kuwait forces die i B.C. i 1 talks JUAN government a barrel, and direct Till! CANADIAN PRESS York Times that tlie difference absorb tliis least eight persons were The first, major twccn what the companies would be shared by in accidents in British c. ttiotion.s on oil prices to and Kuwait is asking and the purchasing during Ihe weekend, under the new but negotiable, without reducing the on Ilie highways. ci iifT'coitisnLs with takes (he worst accident, two producers have hit a issue is the price oil sources from eastern B.C. died in a snag in Ihc companies will exports from Iraq of crash Saturday. 13 1 were the 25 per cent share from the o[ Princeton. Their Kuwait National or Ihe Petroleum company were withheld. rcicclod Die lhat Ihc countries had risen sharply accidents claimed p. -ices submitted by market themselves. months to a rale cf lives. Paul Fraser. 20, of Petroleum and Gulf Oil, arc committed un- million tons in the last died when his car o foreign the psrticipation plan nil Dion metric Ions on (he upper levels high- li ch have agreed to those portions of near Vancouver; James turn over 51 per cent country oil lhat are 1971, Ihc last r.ill year IB, of Gull Lake, ship cf their Ihc nationalization on died when his car hit a mealing of the Kuwaiti oil soirees J972, exports from in Burnaby; William Ar- cf Arab petroleum offers had been Mosul totalled 40 Lyons, of Moonbeam, countries here heard a in from independent Ions, so production died in a similar acci- from Abd Al-Eahman with marketing have recovered near Quesnel; Gerald Kuwait's min'sler of and from Ihe monthly rate of Hlookoff, la, of Mission finance, on the oil consuming countries, tons in killed when his ca- crash- epcLiations, and a Brazil, that want to oil observers said into a ditch; and Cynthia K. a the yovcrmnenis of deals for the cil that increase of exports of Bellingham, Qatar, ana Abu Dhabi 1 controlled by r t h e r n Iraq through was killed when a car Kuwait's margin of profit now pcvf of Banias, now over near While Hock negotiations v.ith to Gulf and British outlet for the pipeline Lorraine Lee, 13, ths key to a for marketing indicated that a Vancouver was killed when with all four is estimated at about may have been made was hit by a car as she each will Iraq and the major along a highway in Su p ratcly on the prices F.-ench and U.S. different types of sales owned the Kirkuk an agreement CONTUOLS EASED J ices, the participation (AP) .sources said lhat (Reuleri tier which the four countries j government has ordered be paying the former now are able to lo acquire an initial on the a marketing fee, beef for Ihc fi-st lime since cent interest in their sale of small turtles be applied toward when domestic sales were concessionaires next cf evidence they fcr the to bcost foreign trade. t reach 51 per cent by about cases have an estimated prices have risen by I) per 4- go poisoning a of trade resources said. umssa anguage O O' MONTREAL 'CP) The Onebtx' pnrly called for French education in Ouebcc fcr immigrant chil- dren ii'um non-English speaking countries a', ils 7th annual con- vention her- during the week- end Premier HoberL Eoii- rr.ssa. in his closing fepce.'jh. a r.c-.v [ircal-sharing to increase provin- cial lax rcvfnuos is the priority liis crovernmcnt. He aha r :omiscd his govern- ment v.ill lead Ihe ether nrov- inces in provincial over romjnuricaiiofls. Tl-C! crrti-ovc-si-.I rr.TO'ulion, In send frture r.on- iniTn: to the I'rc-ch rd'-D] r.l a vcrkrhop session Sr.'i-rdry. TOLICY NOT Mr. Bourasrr I. a 1 d rmo'-to-s that h.is rfnvcrnmont is net bound by party's resolution which will bo treated as only one element taken consid- eration in an ovoall language policy. He pledged in his closing speech that his government will respect miiicnly rights. The Liberal resolution in- cludes prcpoiulq that -elision cease lo have any on tin IW, parents rinht to or as 'Ihe of in- 1 t-v.clion fcr liici..- children. l-jl'jvlsim lo sim j i Ihc The i pV-n demanded, and revived, I'-.e lines made since Friday but If.-cm aflei1 rc-orlc-s covering Ihr conven- a motion censuring told the meel- irr; a deal is hccaufo provir.c'.nl cos's ,T-C ri s i n c mere rapidly than wlv'e provincial j arc growing at 2 I slower rale. i Fast-crcwir.K municipal costs j also ?'Id to the pinch' the p.-o- vmciai governments rare ex- he paid. In L li c communications field "v.'hich is very important to cur cultural the govo-n- J n'Ciit lo objec- live rf provincial rc'nonsibilily, Ihc premier said. U.S. SEEKS TO LOWER I ITS UN CONTRIBUTIONS! Bv Mfiioi.KO.V nrc exra-dral to increase the UNITED NATIONS ICPi pc-rccnlbso of (heir conlribu- announced ils s'jppoi 1 In reflect their improved Saturday for oirrcnl. drive f-nndilions and China by the United Soli's lo reduce irrliiatcd il will begin to its share of ire I I o K per cent from r.l.S cV-nt s Canadisn Ambassador Saul n.., Rao old the General Asscm- Amcricm bly s iral-.el.-.ry commie lhal in the L S. to luv.er K ccr both realise lnjm and dcnralilf. ''We, bi-l.tve ll.vn- intrinsic mnnls to lhr; proposal rK mor tha one mcrnher snnuld ;inc. il i.s worlds contribute more than a quarter i nf Ihc ordinrny cnsLs cf ,in cr-' ;anizatinn nunilvring 1.12 AI.su (IT Jtnn ;il; noted lhat Ihr r.S. has insisted "i (lilt n in P'atl-'l hi .1 IhnL n cut in the- Amcric-n sessmenL nn! mean r.n 111 for ils UXobli- il Ihe UX Ihc dcbnlcd by Ihc "This provision was .in im-; '1'iiis has led some portnnt factor in nh.-cr-.-nrs lo prudicl Hint Ihc wir lull support fur Ihis I ..S. IOf-lKinrl also cut- lion v.n Him il lo per ils ronlriliu- make resulniun ae ij.ns ID Hie pro- foptnbln for Ihe v.hicb include siu-h or- Jiae said. I Ihe L'N Chil- A reduclion If) S3 per cenl j clrcn's Fund. The i: S. now pays v.-ould mean a diffm-nro of' almir. 'in per ceiil of Ihc costs ol about 512 million in what Ihc those volnm.vy profirnnis. U.S. would bii The A conli ilmlion cnnnnillcc es- U.S. says Ihn difference lablishes Ihc assesmciil levels )K parlially recovcm1 v.l'.en Kasl. and West (iermany be- come nii'mbcrs, probably year. Soviet Union .Sevc'ral oilier in-' shoulrl be in- .lapan and Auslrnlin, creased lo 'MA per cenl, i if (-arh Ihe largely nn (he basis of aliilily (o pay. On Ihal TheTimelsNow The great new coat that's destined to survive The deep snorkel hood protects your lace from Ihe wind and cold. Rugged 100% nylon flight satin shell culs the wind. 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