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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE tETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, June 30, 1973 deserters in Canada CALGARY (CP) There are about United States draft dodgers and deserters living in Canada, including about in Western Canada and 400 in Calgary, says a member of a Chicago-based anti-war group. Ron .freund of Clergy and Laity Concerned, formed in 1965 to rally opposition to the Vietnam war, was in Calgary in the course of a visit to gather facts on draft dodgers and de- serters who have fled to Can- ada. He said his group is trying to organize within the United States a movement to urge Congress and President Nixon to grant amnesty to draft dod- gers and deserters who con- scientiously opposed the war. "There is a lot of contro- versy in the U.S. about am- he said in an interview. "Would our exiles want to come back even if amnesty was granted to Mr. Freund said he talk- ed to three draft dodgers in Calgary. Two of them have landed immigrant status and expressed no desire to return to the U.S. Children sterilized Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Relf at left are shown with their two children, 12-year-old daughter Mary Alice centre and 14-year-old Minnie Relf. The parents have filed a million suit claiming that their two daughters were sterilized without their knowledge. Officials of a local family planning clinic arranged the operations. CATERING SERVICE CLUB MEETrNGS BREAKFAST MEETINGS IUNCHEONS DIRECTOR or EXECUTIVE ANNIVERSARIES BIRTHDAYS WEDDING RECEPTIONS SmpH or FAMIIY'GROUPS Up To 70 PHONE PHU5 328-5077 Gas shortages might be hoax WASHINGTON (AP) Sena- tor Philip Hart says evidence gathered during three days of congressional hearings "could lead reasonable men to think a hoax has been perpetuated'' in reports of a natural gas short- age. The Michigan Democrat also said Thursday that action may be warranted against govern- ment-approved price increases that could cost consumers bil- lions of dollars in the next 10 years. Hart said he has instructed the staff of his Senate anti-trust subcommittee to draft for his consideration legislation de- signed to: the federal power commission from granting more price increases for several MA GEORGESON'S SOUTHERN STYLE FOOD TAKE-OUT 425 13th St. N. (In The Westminster Shopping Plaza) ES NOW OPEN Owned and Operated by her son ERNIE GEORGESON WATCH FOR THE GRAND OPENING JULY years and possibly to roll back increases granted in recent years. the commission to abandon optional pricing and return to pricing tied to produc- tion costs. the commission to regulate intrastate prices. Hart said his statement that the "so-called natural gas short- age'' might be a hoax was based on information given his subcommittee by a federal trade commission investigator, James Halverson, the investi- gator, told the subcommittee Wednesday that subpoenaed producer records showed re- serves of gas up to per cent greater than the firms con- sistently reported to the Ameri- can Has Association. Halverson also said his bu- reau