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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE LETHBRIDCE HERAID Wednesday, Soplemlior 27, 197J REHEARSAL FOR DEBUT-Mark Spitz, winner of seven gold medals at the 1972 Olympics dames, kisses actress Julie Bennett, as comedian Bob Hope looks on during rehearsal for a skit Jo be aireri on a Bob Hope special Oct. 5. Spitz plays a fledgling dentist in the skit which will mark his show business debut. Spitz is a dental student at Indiana University. Reaction mixed to Norway vote By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Norwegian voters' rejec- tion of European Common Mar- ket membership brought a sud- den weakening ol some Eu- ropean currencies at Tuesday's market opening and suspension of ali currency transactions in Denmark, the next country scheduled to vote on the issue. It drew statements of regret from statesmen pushing for Eu- ropean unity and was wel- comed by critics of Lhe trading bloc. Common Market presi- dent Sicco Mansholt said in Brussels the Norwegian deci- sion was "a backward step on the road to European unity." The Danish National Bank suspended foreign exchange transactions and Prime Minis- ter Jens Otto Krag said in Co- penhagen the ban would lasl until after Danes vote nexl Monday on Market member- ship. Krag earlier said rejec- tion of Market entry wouk force Denmark to devalue its krone. War won't end By PETER AKNETT HANOI (AP) President Nixon will probably be re- elected in November without negotiating a settlement of the Vietnam war, so even though North Vietnam would like peace it has no choice but to prepare for four more years o! war, says the editor of Hanoi's Communist party newspaper Nhan Dan. Hoang Tung also told four visiting American antiwar ac Weiss, David Del linger. Prof. Richard Falk am Rev. William Sloane and this NorU Vietnam believes it has beaten the American air and nava blockade aimed at cutting of armaments and fuel for fron line troops, "and we can ac complish our objectives." Tung said: can hardl; believe the war will end. Afte 17 private meetings Kissinge has shown no sign that Nixon i changing. The possibility fo peace is greater now but i Nixon does not meet with diff: culties in the coming electior he will not accept a solution." Nixon's strength, Tung be lieves, "is in his incumbency and his dramatic visits to Pi king and Moscow." The ideal political scenari for the North Vietnamese, Tun said, would have Nixon "dc feated." The Norwegian krone was off at first on the London exchange and one dealer said it was "go- ng up and down like a see- saw." Monday's referendum in w h i c h Norwegians voted against joining the Common N5arket was the sole cause of the fluctuations, he said. He said sterling was affected because of the feeling thai majority in Britain would also reject market entry H a refer- endum were held. The Common Market was planning to bring Britain, Ireland, Denmark and Norway into full membership at the end of tfie year. STRENGTHEN SENTIMENT Peter Shore, British Labor party spokesman on Common Market questions, said the Nor- wegian vote would influence the referendum in Denmark and would strengthen anti-market sentiment in both major British parties with the result that La- bor would take Britain back out the Market "when the party turns to power." Spokesman Conrad Ahlers lid in Bonn the West German iverament regrets that the orwegian population was nable to decide in favor of en- ring the European commu- ty. Italy's secretary of state for reign affairs, Mario Pedini, aid in Brussels the European immunity should offer Nor- ay the best possible form of o-operation in the hope that O strong Norwegian minority ivoring membership would be- ome a majority. In Helsinki, Finnish Premier [alevi Sorsa said the result of forway's referendum offers an pportunity to begin studying "ordic economic co-operation. He predicted Norway will robably seek a free trade grecment with the Common larket similar to Sweden's. In Brussels, the Belgian for- ign minister, Pierre Harmel, aid the European community s open to Norway, adding that 'we regret the result" of the eferendum. Find uranium PAMS (rusuter) Frana has discovered uranium ore West Africa, formed in a na ural reactor which became cri ical about two billion yea ago, the French atomic encrg- commission says. Hat man jailed for two years (CD A 19- year-nld Medicine Hat man who worked with blind people and with Metis received a two- year jail sentence today in Pro- vincial Judges Court for par- ticipating in a robbery of a city jewelry store. Stephen Roy Gilchrist joined with two other men to rob La Mode De Paris Lid., of in merchandise Aug. 17. Court was told Gilchrist had no previous record and was led into the robbery by Jay Evon, ah'as Smith, 23, who earlier was sentenced to seven years for his part in the robbery. Provincial Judge J. C. Cough- Ian said he was satisfied Smith was the ringleader. Two employees were bound, gagged and made to lie face down on the floor of a back room in the store. Most of the stolen mer- chandize has been recovered. ASSISTANT MANAGERS' Thursday thru Wednesday, September 28 Oct. 4 PER GAG GET YOUR 2 styles. Long sleeve. While, Blue 100% nylon. 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