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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID ThumW, April 13. Nixon visit spurs tight security OTTAWA Ottawa is iti the uf the lightest security measures to be taken in Us tnrv in readiness for President Iticltiird Nixon and Mrs. Nixon's st.nlp visit commencing Thursday evcuiru! and ending Saturday afternoon. The authorities arc taking no of another incident like IIP one that marred the visit to 'iilimicnt Hill of Soviet Pre- nicr Kosypin last Tall. I., addition Ihe presence hi 'aunda of large numbers of American draft dodgers and dis- idc-iUs who have scampered ross the border to take up resi- IctiL'e In this country has dic- atcd extra security prccau- ions. Canada also has cxpcri- .need a growing anti-American- .cntiment in the past years h h lias not unnoticed by he White House. L udcnce of the tightened se- curity the fact that a par iamenlary correspondent for a BIG GAME TROPHY WINNERS CoalJale and District Fish and Game Club big game trophy winners ore, from left, back row: Coaldnle hunters Mel Vasclenak, moose; Gerald Molnar, anlelope; and George Bollezar, elk. Fronl row: Dr. Bill Traber, Tabor, while tail decrr Jim Price, Lethbridg o, Rocky Mountain Sheep; and John Shen- druk, Coaldale, mule deer. Lorry Holland ol te'hbridge, bear Irophy winner, is missing. Mary Tymburiki Photo. >rsy change is here WASHINGTON CAP) The director of the Office of Emer- gency Preparedness says the United States is in the midst of a sobering energy revolution and inevitably faces the hazards of at least some dependence on foreign sources. George Lincoln snid it would be a serious error to take the cheapest .solution and import fuels to meet sudden at-home shortages rather (him to begin Lh- admittedly costly invest- men in new domestic energy. have to recognize that absolute energy security is no longer possible In the foreseea- ble Lincoln said, "and that we have In accept some de- gree of hazard while arranging to avoid a situation which could be Lincoln testified Tuesday at U House of Representatives in- terior committee's study of U.S. cnei'gy problems. "Energy change is here now, leading us In short run and mid-term actions which could, however, mo it gage or even foreclose the longer-term na- tional-security future." Lincoln said. Once dependent on foreign sources, he said, lelhargy, daily rising at-homc development costs "and the economic stake Mdntosh IS COMING! some sectors acquire in conlhm- Lng the dependency" will work against regaining a national-se- curity situation. Barry Shillilo, assistant .secre- tary of defence, predicted 10 to 15 years of increasing depend- ence on insecure fuel imports and after tbat the possibility Lhal even these sources will be inadequate. "During the second Energy hoard lo resume pipeline hearing OTTAWA The Na- tional Energy Hoard will re- sume hearings June 6 on an np- plicalion by Trans Canada PipeL-ines Ltd. Lo increase its charges for carrying natural gas. During lengthy bearings last year, TransCanada put its case for higher re venues, saying ils existing charges were frozen by long-term contracts while costs were rising. In a January judgment, the hoard said a fair rale of return for TransCanada would be nme per cent. The June hearings will in ef- fect work out the detailed charges to produce this rate of return. Ontario gas utilities played a major role in last year's hear- ings, opposing increases in I TransCanada's charges to them I for gas. only our best efforls, begun now, offer hope of alleviating energy Shillito said Lincoln said that since (lit oil-import situation was sludiec Llirec years ago by a cabinc group Ihere have been several unuxpcctcd developments: massive upward shifl ii energy consumption wasn'l llien, bul now it is phase jected tbere will be a pap 1075 of three billion barrels a day between oil -supply ami de mand. complaints about the Alaska pipeline ant offshore drilling were not antici paled; nor was a drop in th Ther- esa Johnson, 3, has four func- tioning kidneys, a medical phenomenon so rare that Ihe odds arc to against it. Dr. George Vassilakis said Theresa's condition was dis- covered while she was un- clcrgroiiig treatment lor a kid- ney infection at Grace Hospi- Inl, whore she has been a pa- tient since March 29. I10ISK, Idaho CAP) A glass firm here has n bill- hoard over its store saying "Thanks for boys wilh base- balls.'1 NORVvALK, Calif. (AP) N a d i n c Sayho was home counting about in Little League receipts when she heard a iioi.se behind her. Slic reported to the sheriff's office Tuesday that someone bit her on the head with her frying pan and made off wilh 12 cents from the Little League treasury. As from next month new re- cruits will be permitted either Lo accept army issue under- wear, or lake a grant of Israeli (about to buy their own. A quick poll of girl soldiers revealed that until now most of them have accepted the issue but worn their own un- derwear anyway. ction following an advertising ampaign by a group called: lie Canadian Association For uiuane Trapping. Tho group showing a movie in Canada nd the United Stales exposing ic suffering ol animals that ie ii slow death by exposure L traps that catch n limb, but t) not kill. An advertisement .in in Albcrla newspapers h o w s a furry animal, appar- ntly a coyote, staring wide- yed in pain and fright into ie camera and caught by a orcpaw in a metal trap. The ad, titled: They Take 'oo Long To Die, solicits mem- jership in the Alberta branch f the association by writing to Box 3, Site 13, U.K. 2, Calgary, abolish cruel methods ol rapping and have Ihe use ol nstant-killing traps made man dalory.1 Dr. Warrack said ui an Inter view he is 'really sympathetic .0 the situation. However, rath er than take immediate, bu only 'token' action, he favorci offering Ihe agricultural eng neering department of the Uni versily of Albcrla a few than sand dollars to thoroughly re search the problem, DEVELOP TRAP At present a device called conibear Irap is being develop ed, he said. It will snap open i two directions and hit a lar; area of an animal, killing in stantly. The minister said th new Irap is no[ in wide us yet tind there arc no rcgula Lions in Alberta requiring hu mane trapping methods. Dr. Warrack said be will pro- pose to cabinet paying a n search assistant at the Univei sify of Alberta "say month bread and butter mon ey" to develop a Ira] The trap must kill instantl; but also be inexpensive so that Irappcrs will buy it rather than the current traps. "I would hope we could! start where the research is now and improve on he added. SMOKING LESS Britons used pounds of tobacco between Feb- ruary and October of 1971, down from 173.5-million pounds in the same period of 1970. It is the first time his house nl its occupants have been icckcd prior to the visit of a IP. Prime Minister Pierre Trit- cau was shaken by the attack 11 Premier Kosygin on Pai'lia- icnt Hill last October. Security icasurcs had been extremely ghl on that occasion and the ttack would not have taken ace had the prime minister and remier adhered to the security chedulc. It called for them eing transported by limousine. Hut one of it has ot been marie clear which one -suggested that because the ay was such a beautiful one licy should stroll in the balmy utunin sunshine down the bill n joy ing the fresh air. Security uards were taken aback at I hange in program and encir- led the pair to try and hold lack the horde of newspaper, adio and TV correspondents vlio were tagging along. A stranger joined the group unnoticed! by the security guards and before they could ict, he had leaped onto the back T Mr. Kosygin. Tin's led lo So- i c i t o r General Jean-Pierre ioyer warning after Ihe event hat the rather relaxed ap noach lo security that ha.i jftcn occurred in Ottawa in Uie past Ls over. There will be barricades to control crowds, 'flic motorcades ivill move swiftly. Squads of un- iformed HCMP wilh their inter- coms chattering will be much In evidence on every side. A large cluster of plain clothed members of the U.S. secret service, will surround President Nixon whenever he makes ap- pearances in public. Already (here has been an advance Rroup of the U.S. secret service visiting Ottawa checking out (he security arrangements and the physical appearance of each place where the president will be out in the open and also the buildings where he will put ID an appearance. Deaths Yesterday fly THE CANADIAN PKKSS Godericli, Ellis, lifi, former publisher of the Goderich signal Star and a newspaper man for more lhan 115 yenrs afler starling his car- eer with the University of To- ronto undergraduate newspaper The Varsity. SPECIAL STOCK COW and FEEDER SALE Lelhbndge Public Stockyards INCLUDED IN THE REGULAR SALE WILL BE 150 HOLSTEIN FEEDER STEERS 30 GOOD HOLSTEIN HEIFERS Also included with the usual run oF Stock Calves and Feeder Cattle will be: 70 YEARLING STEERS AND HEIFERS Alberla Slackyards 327-0101 Livestock Commission Agenli _ Order Buyeri TEL AVIV (Heuter) Girl soldiers in the Israel army will permilled to wear Iheir own underwear from May 1, the army announced. A com munique sa id girls would be able "to choose one or (wo alternnlivcs, from the point of view of their under- wear, wliich will not affect their uniform external ap- pearance." Pulp mission goes lo Kussia OTTAWA (CPi Cinafla ml] send a four-man delegation fo I the Soviet Union in June (o I Murly pollution control in Ihn Russian pulp and papacr inrlus- try. Included in Ibc group, the en- vironment department an- nounced today, will be three representatives of private indus- try: William Mnhaffcy, a manager of e n v i r o n in c n L control at MacMillan-niocdcl Co. Ud. in Vancouver, G. H. Hudson, vice-president of environment at Canadian International Paper Co, Ltd. in Montreal, and D. II. I'naviln, manager of 'he envi- ronmc.ilal .services office of Ihc Cannrlian Pulp and Paper Asso- ciation, Montreal. Fern 0. Murlutiise of Ihc envi- ronment protection service of I Ii c environmciil department will head the delegation. PRE-FINISHED MAHOGANY PANELLING 4'x8' Sheets 3 Shades AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD Per Panel Prices in effect until Sat., April 22. 9 REVELSTOKE STORE 1602 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5777 Open Monday Jhru Saturday A.M. to P.M ;