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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THI UTHHIDOI HIULD Tundur, January 4, BARE BOTTOM BATTLE Jamie, a three-month-old terrier pup has an unuiial tasm In thewlng. He spends his happiest hours chasing his best friend. Chad Cronkwiight, 2, of Kirklond Lake, around his home snapping and biting the youngsters underpants. Jamie takes Chad by surprise (left) and hangs on trying to pull the boys pa nil down After the billng and pulling (right) they are still friends and the pup hli attention (not his teeth) on the photographer. Nixon rapped on PoW negotiated statements Harold ivas behind him ESP depends on mood PHILADELPHIA (Reuter) _ If you want to learn to read the future you have to learn to con- centrate. Being happy sometimes helps, but you can also do It while un- happy. Scientists studying1 extra-sen- sory perception report a definite correlation between mood and the ability to perform ES stunts in laboratories. They ais have learned it helps if the sul ject relaxes before engaging in ESP activities, clears his min and then concentrates. la papers delivered at the convention of the American As soriatlon for the Adyancemen of Science, scientists hav First steps taken in pollution fight BONN (Reuter) West Ger- many is taking the first steps in an ambitious effort to dear up a major problem of Its post-war industrial of its air and water. But the Bonn government faces big legal and constitu- tional hurdles before it can put into effect plans for a co-ordi- nated attack on the problem. Some 12 million tons of dust, sulphur dioxide and carbon monoxide are pumped Into the country's air annually by facto- ries and motor cars; rivers are clogged with foul-smelling chemicals, and the flood of gar- bage produced by the coanirner society seems endlesj. Many West SB youag-sre aware of the crisis, and are worried. When Interior Minister Hans- Dietrich Genscher introduced a long-term government an ti-pol- lution program in the Bundestag Dec. 3, the public galleries were crowded with young people. But because of West Ger- many's federal system, the Bonn government is a little like a shackled giant when it come to dealing with environmenta matters. The present. waa welcomed by parliamentar ians of all parties and now being discussed by five Bunde- tag a bundle o guidelines for states and loca authorities and plans for the fu ture. But at the moment, most o these plans cannot be put into force by passing iodii'i laws. The reason Is that competence to legislate on environmenta matters is vested only partly in the federaJ government and partly in the state governments Motions to extend the Boon government's authority b; changing the country's or constitution, are cur- rently being discussed by par- liamentary committees. The goal is to put environ- mental planning and conserva- tion on a uniform nating the present regional dif- a prelude to a long-term policy. linked mood and waves, an electric function oIBhe brain, with ESP perfonnajw-. Dr. Gertrude Scluuxldiet, a psychologist at of New York, reports "latac is a three-way Interaction between mocd, motivational pattern and the situational demands." She found that gone subject! who did well at ES at times, did poorly at iflfceri. The mood they were in igosmtly was the key. was vital. For some subject) in- tensely happy and Eitremely unhappy moods vrte signifi- cantly associated witiQigh ESP scores, while everyriip, routine, normally content juiods Were associated with towr she reported. DREAMS TELL FUTtPRB One paper presfflfed hert said there are peofk who can predict the future In their dreams and some oca receive telepathic messages IroB miles away while they Both phenomena lave bean demonstrated in a Fw York medical laboratory by Dr. Mo- ntague Uliman, a phiiLdan, and Dr. Stanley psychol- ogist, who presents! a joint paper. One volunteer had i dream about a man naiiafl Harold irbom he had not sou in mart ;han 20 years. He toil a centre about it aid went nme. Two weeks later tat centre received a letter firm tiw vol- unteer. He had beenilftluig in a restaurant with a comwolon de- scribing the work and the dream about Itarold. He old his companion 1) etpecitj o run into Harold il. my time >ecause Harold had pgiped into the dream out of The two men got 19 to leave w restaurant. As fejy walked to the door a man whi'had been fitting with his bad to then urned around. It was Harold. Uliman and Kripptir believe ey can demonstrad 'this phe- omenon stientificalfy. The paper caid Oat experi- ments have shown: are better telepathic receivers in dreams Man are omen. appears k> Iwve no effect on the ability ti receive. more likely to be receuved than ion-emotional ones. WASHINGTON (CP-AP) _ Senator George McGovern (Dem. Sd.) said Monday North Vietnam would release United States prisoners "of war in ex- change for a deadlined Ameri- can withdrawal from South Vietnam and added that Com- munist negotiators told him so last September. In a statement at a news con- ference, McGovern, who leeka tie Democratic party nomina- tion for the U.S. presidential el- ection in November, accused Nixon of deception in his Sun- day night that such a suggestion had been spurned by the Communists. McGovern said that during a visit to Paris last September, he asked Communist negotiators whether North Vietnam would release U.S. prisoners in ex- change for, and at same rate as, a total withdrawal of American forces. "They said That's precisely what we have in W Govern said. He also accused Nixon of po- litical motivation in timing ministration dedsloni on thy the government, dec- ors would have to wait until hey bejv; submitting bills to the B.C. medical insurance plan to find out whether the [ovemment ia willing to pay hem. The new schedule affects what the association calls the 'low income sections" of the medical profession general tractice, internal m e dicine. wdiatrics, psychiatry, anaes- hesia and dermatology. Included are si' ircrease In he charge for house calls to 12 from and for night calls to from for KMpital and nursing home calls remain unchanged at Nixon said in a CBS lelevisio Interview Sunday that North V etnamese in Par (aid "no deal" would be mad on that basil. McGovern said If the United States set a date for complete withdrawal and an end to bomb- ing in Indochina "It would Big nal the end of npport for the Saigon regime and our troopi would be allowed to withdraw safely and our prisoners freed.1 "The North Vietnamese did not reject this approach" Me- Govern said. Meanwhile, in explaining Nix on's televised interview to re- porters Monday, Gerald L. War ren, deputy White House press secretary, declined to whether North had actually been presented with the pro- posal mentioned by McGovem. But he did ny that in Septem- wr, after McGovern's visit to Paris, the North to- dialed they might be more flexible and the U.S. delegation in Paris "sought further clarifi- cation." SEEK CLARIFICATION But Warren said a North Viet- namese spokesman on Sept. 2G made it clear there would be no new flexibility on the point. "We are still continuing to seek clari- fication in Paris" Warren said. Warren also asserted that Nixon has not softened his in- istenee that the South Vielmam- ese have the right of self-deter- mination as part of any Indo- china settlement. In the televised Interview, Jixon seemed to narrow Hie ori- eria for ending U.S. operations. He was asked: "May one pro- lerly assume that by (U.S. iresidential) election day there 'ill be no Americana, land, sea or air, no residual force fighting in support of Laotians, Cambo- dians or South Nixon meets Sato Arsonists blamed in fire BUFFALO N.Y. (AP) The Buffalo waterfront lay ctoudeo In smoke for second In two u firemen late Mon day fought i blue at I Vietnam peace talks to resume PARIS (AP) The UnlUd and South Vietnam today accepted a Communist proposal o hold a session of the Vietnam ice talks Thursday after our-week suspension. The United called off the weekly meetings Dec. 16 and Dec. 33 saying It wanted to give North Vietnam and the 'let Cong more time to consider their position In hopes they would enter Into aerious negotla- iora. Both sides cancelled the Dec. meeting because of the heavy .S. air attack on North Vfet- am last week. Bach side ar> used the other of tilting wrong- ill military action. It's French first PARIS (Renter) The new own of Cergy-Pontoise, a sub- urb of Paris to be officially wned in March, will be the ret community in France with: ut rooftop television aerials, nderground cables will con- ed: to a single antenna on the highest builindg. Ralson Purina Co. storage building. Fire OffmmJssioner Hubert W. Howard blamed anonlsts for the fire that broke out within half a mile of the PUlsbury Co. flour mill heavily damaged by an explosion and fire Sunday. Damage to the grain storage facility was estlma ted at by fire authorities. The HaMon-Purina Urugi larm blaze waa doused within two hours. Meanwhile a mow crew of 30 persona worked Into the night to clear rubble at the Pillsbury plant hoping to find the body of two woven pre- sumed dead Edward J. Wsler 31 of suburban Depew and Rob- ert A. Baumgartner K Of Buf- falo. Efforts also were under wiy to free the body of John tegdoa 56 of who died whtt pinned in the debris. The cause of the Pillsbury ilast remains under Investiga- tion. Pound hanging y his belt PEACE RIVER (CP) An Inquest will be held into Jeath of a 22-year-old prisoner at the Peace River Correction- I Institute. John E. Vallee of Loon Lake, Saslc, was found hanging by Js belt In a washroom in the ail's hospital section. Warden J. 0. DesRochers aid Valee, being treated for a minor ailment, had been in ap- arent good spirits during four checks by jail guards. Weather and road report SAN CLEMENTE, Calif, teuter) President Nixon ew to San Clemente during the ght from Washington to pre- are for talks wilt) Japanese remier Eisaku Sato in the fifth ummit arranged to reassure lied leaders about he ill pursue during his trips to eking and Moscow in Febru- iry and May. The president will confer with ato Thursday and Friday, with Tiirm policy the main item as agenda. The White House disclose! at Nixon and Sato would hole formal meeting Thursday an lother Friday, besides talks rer dinner Thursday night a w president's villa overlookin, IB Pacific. Sato, due at the western bite House from Tokyo Tiles- y, is reported anxious for as urances from Nixon that he ill not reach agreements will e Chinese leaders that wouli rm the Japan. Pmciner Creek Medicine Hat Grande Edmonton Banff......... Calgary...... Cranbrook 6 Victoria 36 Pentlcton Prince George IB BLUENOSE IERTHS Bluenose model that won first irlze In Gny Cup parade wai presented to Vancouver'i Centennial Muxum Monday, Doug Harkneu, left, of Nova Scotla'i tourlim department, handi over model of famed Canadian schooner to F. R. Whlrtlek, ehalrrrmn of muieum )OorA SUNRISE WEDNESDAY SUNSET H IPre Lethbrldge........1J -I 16 11 11 -7 11 -3 .02 5 -6 .01 80.. 10 0 31 17 .01 9 .41 Kamioops .17 8 .09 Vancouver 32 27 Saskatoon....... -2 -17 Regina.......... 1-25 Winnipeg -6-20 Toronto 35 24 Ottawa......... 34 ia .02 Montreal........ 35 16 St. John's........44 27 .46 Halifax......... 49 30 Charlottetown 42 25 Fredericton 36 22 Chicago 36 17 .10 New York....... 46 39 Miami..........79 75 Los Angeles 64 40 Las Vegas.......48 26 Honolulu........82 70 Rome 53 44 Paris...........41 36 London......... 41 36 Berlin.......... 37 36 37 Amsterdam Moscow Stockholm.......32 Tokyo 60 31 FORECASTS: Lellibridge Weather warning Issued. Today: .Cloudy. .Light .snowflurries.< Strong .gusty .west .winds causing blowing mow and. heavy drifting anow. Low) to-. night 5 10 above. gradually decreasing tonight.. Wednesday: Cloudy Light snowflurries. .Winds W25 and gusty. Highs 25-30. ebove. Medicine Hat Today and Wednesday: Cloudy periods. Light snowflurrles. Winds W15- 20 and gusty. Lows 5-10 above. Highs Wednesday near 29 above. Calgary Today and Wed- nesday: Cloudy periods. A few light snowflurries. Strong west winds causing heavy drifting and some blowing snow. Lows 5-10 above. Highs 25-30 above. Columbia-KootKnay Today and Wednesday. Cloudy. Inter- mittent snow today. A few snowflurries overnight and Wednesday. Highs both days 15-25 above. Lows tonight i be- low to 10 above. r TEAM UP WITH A MOELLER TUB HAY GRINDER For efficient liveileck feeding lei Mueller take the work eut of hay grinding. P.T.O. modeli will grind from 5-10 lam of hay per hour or up to 50 toni of grain. Ken Diekton, 'our man In know" It available ingi at 327-1634 to find for your GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES COUTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 328-1141 OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY OF AMA All highways in the Lcth- bridge district arc mostly bare with drifting in the sheltered areas and poor visibility due to ilowiig and drifting snow. Mo- Mists are advised to use ex- treme caution and not to travel unless absolutely necessary. Higliway 1, Trans Canada Highway, Calgary to Banff Is bare with occasional slippery sections, There are strong winds in lira Morlcy Flats area reducing visibility and caution is advised. Banff-Golden is gen- erally bare with few slippery sections, sanded. Golden to Rcvclsloko received 114 inches of snow, plowed and sanded. Banff-Radium and Banff-Jas- per highways have a trace o( new snow and have been plow- ed and sanded. Snow tires or chains are required when trnvcUInf over the Rogers Pass and on all sH-accesn roads. PORTS OF ENTRY (Opening and doling TlmuOi Coiillj 4 hours; Carway 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Del Bonlta 9 ,m. to 6 p.m.; looscvlllc, B.C. a.m. to t KlnRSgate, B.C., 24 hours; 'orthlll Rykorti 8 a.m. to midnight. Chief Mountain cloaed. WUdborsc, 1 a.m. to t p.m. ;