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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Jun. 9, 197) THE LlTHMIDOl HIRAlO IS UNITED NATIONS (CP) Iceland shells a British trawler catching cod in off-shore wa- ters, Chile fines United States ships fishing tuna off her coast, Americans grumble that Soviet actory ships have ruined their few England fisheries. These and similar incidents >rovide a warning that man nay be depleting the ocean isheries, once thought to be imitless. Glacier park naturalist fights eviction notice WEST GLACIER, Mont (AP) Ridley McClelland, a natur- alist who fought a national park service transfer from Glacier National Park for more than a year, now is fighting an evic- tion notice McClelland received a memo recently ordering him to vacate his government quarters He also received a telegram from the park service telling him if he is not enroute to his new assignment in Omaha, Neb by Monday he will be suspended and considered absent without leave McClelland said he planned to ignore both notices He says he is resisting because he was de- nied his legal right to appeal the transfer before the civil service commission McClelland claims the trans- fer order is a result of his cri- ticism of park environmental and personnel management pol- icies Skull session Jane Algard of Victoria has job cleaning up about 200 California bighorn sheep skulls, picked up irt the mountain wilds of British Columbia by fish and wildlife branch staff. Man may be depleting ocean fisheries British leader to visit China LONDON (Reuters) Prime Minister Heath has accepted an invitation to visit China this year, British officials said to- day. The invitation was conveyed to him by Chinese Foreign Min- ister Chi Peng-fei at a meeting here. Dates of the visit will be arranged through diplomatic channels. This will be Heath's first visit to China. Chi flew here from Peking on Wednesday on a four- day first ever by a foreign minister of the People's Republic of China to Britain. The warning has been beard by the international community which will attempt through UN conferences here this fall and at Santiago, Chile, next May to find a way to preserve this key food resource in the face of new fishing techniques and a grow- ing world demand for protein. Meantime, many countries which live by the sea are uni- laterally extending their fishing limits in an effort to protect their own fishing interests. They inevitably clash with for- eigners who maintain they are fishing in international waters. LIMITS CHANGE In the past, the tradtional limit of coastal sovereignty was three miles. The internationally agreed limit now is 12 miles. However, Iceland has pro- claimed a 50-mile limit, produc- ing her clash with British fish- Kissinger honored FUERTH, Germany (AP) Henry Kissinger returned to his birthplace and was honored by Fuerth's Golden Citizen medal. Kissinger, President Nixon's foreign policy adviser, received the medal from the West Ger- man city. R.W.Y. UPHOLSTERING PHONE 328-5257 ANYTIME HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. S. Phone 328-1778 We Are Pleased to Announce That we are now the official Dealers for L.D.S. Books, Missionary and Genealogical Supplies For the 151st Quorum of the 70's We have a large Inventory of Books and Supplies, with ample free parking to make your shopping convenient to you. ermen. Some other countries, including Chile, Korea and Peru, have set up 200-mile fish- ing zones. In all, one-third of the world's coastal nations have extended their fishing zones. Eight, in- cluding Pakistan, Ghana, South Vietnam and French Guiana, took the step within the last 12 months. Jack Davis, Canadian envi- ronment minister, announced last week that Canada wants exclusive rights to her entire continental shelf, which extends more than 200 miles off the At- lantic Coast. She will push for these rights at the UN confer- ences In common with other coun- tries, Canada at present has ex- clusive fishing rights within the 12-mile limit of her coastline. American fshermen can come wthin three miles of the shore for some catches under special reciprocal arrangements Marine biologists regard the Santiago conference as marking a critical turning point for man. They point out that marine or- ganisms supply 70 per cent of the world's oxygen and warn that uncontrolled development in the oceans and on the conti- nental shelves could well fall all biological life. Some say this would mean the end of all life on earth. The result, says Brian John- son, a senior fellow at the Uni- versity of Sussex in England, could be "at worst an uninhabi- table planet; at best, a planet not worth inhabiting." MEALS ON WHEELS AT NOMINAL COST For Further Information Phone 327-7990 SPEEDY HAULS IT ALL! Ever try to move o boot on dry land from Sidney, B.C, to Hay River, Northweft Territorial? We did, and we're proud to tell you about it. We delivered this 52 foot fishing and patrol boat for Canoe Cove Marina to the "ew owner, The Dept. of Fisheries, Government of Canada. boat is valued at and was delivered safe and secure by our driver, Mr. Ken Olsen, 842 8th Street North, Lethbridge, June 6th. Have Something You Want Hauled? See Us! SPEEDY STORAGE CARTAGE LTD. OIL REID AND HEAVY HAULING DIVISION LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 327-5734 'Living corpse' runs into problems SAO PAULO, Brazil (Reu- ter) When Antonio Carlos Magro went to the civil registry office here to obtain a marriage permit, he learned he had been dead for 24 years Infuriated, the "living corpse" ran to the police and was shown a death certificate signed by Carlos father and a doctor stating An- tonio Carlos died at the age of two Since corpses cannot be le- gally wed, Carlos, 26, has to be officially resurrected be- fore he can be issued a mar- riage permit for his scheduled wedding June 16 Police investigating the false death certificate have run across two both the doctor and the young man's father are dead, or so their death certificates say. NON- DRINKERS deserve to pay less for fire insurance They do at Abstainers'. Because our experience has shown that abstainers have tewer accidents, lewer home fires. That's why we can in- sure for less. 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