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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE UTH8RIDGE HEBAID Wrdnoidoy, Apr! 1972 Energy crunch seen -within ncxl decade TORONTO (CIM Au oil company executive! said today North America dices cn- erf-y crunch" (lie next decade. 7.. J'oknipa, consultant cconnmKl with Shell Canada i Ltd. hi Tonmto, said C'linnda'M i "period of cheap energy is over. mill we must f.icu Hie fad tliat he. cost of jirotJuclnr, cmTgy is leflnitcly tin llic Mr. Pnkriipa, speaking to I'.n Industrial Accident Prevention conference, ,s a i d .otal cuerpy required in Canada will double every 15 years and costs will increase consistently, clear plants "will eventually provide almost unlimited en- but this is in the. future. He said coal, natural gas ami oil will be used in largo quanti- ties nuclear power systems are perfected, anci the cost for these resources will climb nilh increased demand. CEAUSKSCU IIOMK BUCHAREST Presi- dent Nicolac Ceniuicscu re- lumed Lo Romania Thursday after spending nearly four weeks on official visits to eight Afsican and Arab countries. CAI'F. KKXNKDY, Fla. (AIM The Apollo Mi jislronauK un- derwent their final major physi- cal cxaniinaliun today while Ini'liiiidntu corrected a small ga.v Iciik in llic they are In rille to the- muun Sunday. A team n[ ilotlcirs completed n four-hour examination of .Itihn Charles M. nuke and i Thomas K. Multinp.lv to deter-1 mine their (ilness for flight. Al Ihe launch pad, crcu cliunilcd a line thai lind liren the .source a -slow leak ol nilrogen Has in a science equip- ment bay in the command ship. The nitrogen gas is used for two moon-mapping c n m e r a s which Mattingly is to operate wiiilc ortiiting (lie moon alone while Young and Duke investi- gate the surface. The problem had no cflect on', the countdown, which continued smoothly toward the planned lift off time of p.m. EST Sun- 1 day. Jlallingly can recall a similar physical examination nearly two years ago when it was dis- covered he had been exposed to German mensles. As a result, he lost a seat on the Apollo flight three days launch- ing. He was replaced by a backup pilol. Because of the Apollo n Inci- dent, all Apollo crews now cnlcr medical isolation three u'crks hefore launch. Since March 27, Itie astronauts have hcen con- [Incd lo three areas of the space crew tho (mining bnildinj; and llic launch pad. Only persons arc author- gas ized to work directly with All, including the spacemen. Imvc been immunized ngainst common diseases. The in e d 1 c n 1 examination today (Icier-mines Uicir for flight mul gathers d fitness ata for PACKED AND READY Laing Smith, 27, of Ladner, S.C.j lakei li rne for a ciga relfe before EG King out in bis tiny sailboi! on Irip around (he world lhaf he expects to take 21'] years. The boal cost 5136 and another 5100 was spent on addilional gear like the broomstick bowsprit, a for a masf and a round picture frame for a steer- ing lo replace the tiller. Oddities in the News R. N.H. CAP) is a a word supposed to he Fpelled one way turns up in print anotycr wya. Like that! Such the case when writer Natalie Kelly corrnic'ly spelled the names of 50 birds, but as Foster's Daily Demo- crat said, "this is what we did: "Turned a great cormorant Inlo a great cornemul; called the horned grebe a hoonc grehe; impolitely treated the common goldeneyc as a com- mon golclcmaye; indiscreetly slandered the surf scoter and (he common scoter, calling Ihem the surf setter and com- mon sector; injudiciously ma- ligned Lhc common grackle as the common crackle; and just plain miserably termed the house sparrow the mouse Eparrov-'." told a meeting of scientists Monday that he has record- ings to prove it. In a speecti to the second World Congress on Myriapods legged said he had recorded mil- lipedes mating in South Africa and various parts of Europe over the past five years. The South African male mil- lipede, woos potential partners by running one of his 21 pairs of legs against his shell. Ac- cording lo Haacker, this produces a noise like a saw going through wood. If the fe- male feels in the mood she shows it by licking his knee- caps. The Brilish millipede, on the other hand, attracts poten- tial mates by banging his head on the ground five limes a second for several minutes. The female cither submits or flees. STOCKHOLM (Reuter) A local ice hockey fan was so enraged when Czechoslovakia took a 1-0 lead over Sweden in llie world championships that he hurlctl his television set out of r.he third-floor window of his house. The set landed on his car, Driving the car to a garage for repairs he crashed into an- other car. After paying the other driver in compensation, the hockey enthusiast then took a bus home. The Czechs won 4-i. PERTH, Australia (Reuter) Lorrelt Wilhelm, born dur- ing the weekend, kept alive a family birth date tradition stretching back generations. Lorell was horn April 6. So was her mother, Joyce. So was her grandmother and her great grandmother. Mrs. M'ilhelm, 27, a house- wife, from Woodanilling, 200 miles southeast of Perth, said Monday- "All those who said It couldn't be done champagne." A gynaecologist said It was en "impossible coincidence.'1 SA.VTA ANA, Calif. (AP) Police said Huth E. Klo- eppner, 47, told friends al a parly that she would prove she wasn't afraid of heights by leaning over the balcony of her apartment. She fell five storeys and was dead on arrival at hospi- tal Sunday. MONTREAL (CP) Some would-be bandits have it; some do not. The one that entered a sub- urban Weslmount branch of the Royal fiank of Canada Monday evidently riid not as he barked "Give me all your money" at a teller. "No I the teller snapped. won't give you a darned thing." The girl told police later she. locked her cash drawer anrl the man lice from the hank. MAXCTIFSTEH. England