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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2ft THE tETHBklDGE lltSAVD Thurjday, Otfobor 19, 1972 Chamber to study Kcappoinud denounces police drug, fooose abuse to drun and alcuhol Urowint! alooliolisin anil driiR t of Tilnisi; among Ilic nation's aliiisi'. illation may be dc-att with on Nuim Covvie. area represent- a local basis by Ihe l-ctlibridpo I alive of (lie ADAC. Wcuncsday CliamlxT of Omimi'L-ci1. i askttl the chamber lo set up protesters WASHINGTON' fCP) Vice- I Shrivcr, (lie Domo- EDMONTON' (CD Kclmon- Spiro T. Atinoiv lias: crnlic candidate lor vicc-prcsi. 1 returned to Hie campaign v.illl Idcnl, .said in lliat if Ilio commission Tho Albi'ita and Alco- hol Commission to to "kov industrial people" lo show (hi'in how fo recognize ton lawyer ,1 C. CavainiRh and I businessman W. i McPhec have been reappomlcd to the Alberta Police Coin mis- denunciation of anil-war pro- McCJovcm-Shrivcr campaign t esters "who have exercised bolter exercised their I heir (hrm they miittls." mcolinp of the key people in j SJOM _ Mr. Cavanafih l.ethbridijL1. chairman, rue chamber executive will The reappointmcnts. cffcc- nom- a film OIL (Irug and alro-; tii'e Oct. were announces hoi abuse sipns, nnd discuss Ihe j in an ordcr-in-council Wcdiies school dropped suitability of !t at their next. regular meeting. If approv- ed, the film and in- formation will he pivsenled al a chamber general mooting. In otllpr tllp re- lw' :lt cd really and rcc- BANFF, Alia. (t'I'i 'Ilic School of Fine Ails hns cancelled its figure skating school beciuisc of rapidly in creasing cos-ls. Dr. David Leighton, U n n f f centre director, said tho figure skalinp program incurred a large deficit during the last tvio years and ils chances of break- the ing even are slim. rjmmended I 1 chamber const rucl ils own hui Irting in down town Lcth- bridge. The chamber executive ask- get Ulie necessary construction figures Ice rental cliargcs incieased before tJic reronimendalion will by alxnit irw per cent during coiisklerccl. the last years, a major lac- Tim recent water nianage- Lor in the decision lo end the i merit conference held here by program. the chamber was termed as successful which indicated a fol- low-up conference may develop if sufficient numbers of people were interested in the facl-3 re- vealed at the first. day and were made as a nine- TiiotiLh exlcnsion In Ihe original one-year appointments given to (he two mcmtwrs in July, 1971. Attorney General Merv Loitch said a Ihiril appointment, to replace Conner chair man John Hart who resigned ijj Scp- will Ix; made soon. Mr. I.4Mlch said original appointnicnl.s of Mr. and. Mr. McPhro were given three-monlh extensions this July because "we didn't want lo renew Ihe appointments be- cause we're in NIC process of reviewing the Police Act." McGovern n.s5er hc covild Plill win the Nov. 7 presidential elcc'.ion, despite public opinion polls showing him far behind, and hc eluded. Nixon for hiding in the White House, "silting there on his Gallup poll." VLce-l'rcsidcnt Agncw con- j ,cr (lomcstic issucs M fronted by anti-war hecklers at I Calvin College in Grand Rap- achieve nothing more Mian to force President Nixon to accept peace terms in Viet- nam, that have been a great achievement." Al Yonkcrs, N.Y., lie (old n black that any black who votes for Nixon this year "has lost his brain." With the presidential election now loss than three weeks away. McGovcrn concentrated increasingly on broad-aml-btil- The rink rental fee o( .s this year plus instructional, bus- ing and equipment rental costs led to 1972. a total of for ids, Mich., them. "I repeatedly chidcd certain thai the CHKKTAH CUBS TlflST AMSTEIWAM (AP) Five cubs born Tuesday to a cheetah named Angela in the Dutch Sn- fari Park DC Beekse Bergen arc the first hi the world to svir- many students-- the majority of have sat and sal courteously through my re- marks are somewhat em- barrassed by the lack of civility on the part of those few who exercised (heir hc said lo cheers. At another point, lie tolrt Ihc hecklers their liming was off, that "we have to have it on ,0 cin jnto N1xon-s manrling lead in public opinion polls. hand? Later, like a: he waved his orchestra con- ductor. "That was belter, vivc birth in captivity, the park i you're getting Ihe he management said Wednesday. I said. LAUNCH COSMOS MOSCOW (AIM the Soviet Union has launched the 525lh unmanned satellite in its Cos- mos program, Tass reported, The government news agency said the sputnik was bunched Wednesday into an orbit with a high point of 131 miles and a low point 01 129 miles. Its or- bital inclination was 65.4 de- grees and its first earth revolu- tion took 89.3 minutes, Tass said. KISSINGER GREETED IN SAIGON Presidential adviser Henry A. Kissinger, right, is greeled by Gen. Creighlon W. Abrams, U S. Army chief of slaff, on arriving in Sai- gon. Kissinger came to join U.S. and Soj'h Vietnamese officials in a major review of the military and polilical silualion in Vietnam and his peace ncgoiialions in Paris. Spacemen exchange ideas about joint 1975 mission SIMPSONS bears Here's the perfect after-dinner treat for people who hate work. 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