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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta ____Solurdoy, Nov.mbw 27, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 Bitter battle looms over Rhodesia pact terms i rcaciioiis of many in Ihc Oppusi- lo come was conveyed by IONDON ten -'The terms lien Labor party v.erc fiercely 1 Uie way a number of Labor u.lUeiiKiil of Britain's hostile. six year consliiutional dispiile Some Labor Mi's slmi cd are .0 set nff T hitler parliamentary battle epithet sell-out to in U, on and passionate con- the now pact between llie Urn- III ijuiiiiuii I for Czechoslovakia was I r it n s- LIH; waj u iiuiuuiii [Grilled l'.'.0 H 11 IlKiIlY members branded the settle- j target for later agsr'.'ssion by menl another Munich. i the forces of Adoli Hitler. Such shouts in Parliament Uouglas-lloine. HH imd elsewhere immediately present hirt'ipn secretary, jure up memories of th; jure up memories 01 among me liruini otiieiats in agreemenl involving Britain, j jrl fvenl'; Icndiij? uu France and Ihe then-Nazi Gcr- Munich pact --which has _...... resull of which i the British capital, the first i An indication ofJhe bitterness many, as Gas exports decision will stand says govt. OTTAWA (C'Pi The govern-1 The energy board announced i and force prices up in Canada i} I i, n eri down tiropos-1 a week ago thai it would nol ap- Eldon Woolliams (PC-Cal-. Energy prove applications to expert al-1 gary North) has been pressing since been defended in sum1. quarters against attacks brought against i: by self-de- scribed enemies of "appease- ment.'' Backers of the current asree- rootinji most 2.7 trillion cubic feet of gas lo Uie U.S. from Alberta Board be asked lo review its (le covering about Slates at this lime. Reapondng to the latest in i- in the Commons for a review ol Uie federal board's decision. Alberta producers argue that They're for dillcrcnl foolbull loams 25 years. National Energy Board Alberta Premier Peler Ixmah- failed lo give enough weight to CELL MATES Carol Ann Creager, 28, and Anlonio Rodriquez, 29, repeated their weddir; -ows before a judge of the 194th District Court in Dallas. The honey- moon will be delayed as Rodriquez awaits the results of his appeal on a year sentence for the sale of heroin. Miss Creager has a four year term for burglary. After tiie ceremony Mr. Rodriquez wos returned to his cell in the Dallas County jail, the bride was awaiting transfer to the Texas department of correction in Huntsville. IOI1U11G IU 1UIC.11 in of appeals, External AI-1 eed criticiv.ed the decision He Minister Mitchell Sharp, I said the federal board should be r ce minister, said: asked to review its decision that laueu n> cjiuugu i potential northern reserves of j gas in calculating long-term Ca- nadian supplies, domestic re- WIVNIPF.G congratulated by i government back-benchers for achieving a settlement which, lo their minds, provides for con- cessions hardly lo b? i from the white-minority govern- ment in Rhodesia. j Rut it is obvious thai over the will spread to many capital cities of the Common-wealth in addition lo provoking fierce arpuir.cnts al the United Nations in York. Seemingly anticipating Com- monwealth objections, Britain will send official; In f'ana.V-j and other countries to give an .interpretation of the st'ltlcment differing from the spllont m critics claim it lo bf. SMITH I1AIO1S CALSI-; Tli; British cause i- helped by statements from Salisbury such as the one by Premier Smith Ilia! Europeans i need have no fears tor the future as a result of Uie pact i and that power will remain in I "civilized" hands. Tile focus of present and fu- ture confiict over tne settlement is I no alleged lack