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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta The Lcthbtidgc Herald THIRD SECTION March 1971 PAGES 3242 Study group casts doubt Russia planning expansion B LUXDON iCPi A military group casts doubt on the idea that the Sonet Union is en guywi upon temtonal expan in which economic defence ami and competing commerFrance and me C1dl protectionism threaten relarapid rise of operational and nons between Western manpower costs m Japan and the Lnited States the leducuoii of A CUDDLY PAIR Kristen poses for the photographer with the baby lambs her family has been feeding at their city homa in The rejected by their needed roundtheclock feeaings and the Mortons cared for them several days before they were returned to the The Nixon guessing game continues Will he or will he not By ROD CURRIB WASHINGTON CP II may seem but a great deal is being said and written on whether or not President Nixon will seek reelection in 1972 He himself isnt saying a word The speculation comes to a liead at a ttee when Nixons according to various 15 at an alltime low despite a wide range of schemes to improve his the view of many the majority of the American people simply do not believe Richard Nixon any more and as has been amply does not respond to his leadership and wont bow before the prestige of the office he It isnt a personal thing Hardly i doubts Nixons sincerity no one is without sympathy as he carries the intolerable burden of weighed by the Indochina unemployment and inflation K is simply that many Americans have become wary of any Lyndon Johnson elected by the greatest landslide in history in was driven out of the White House a few years later by what was termed his lack of credibility over the then Vietnam STICKS BY PLAN In almost a replay of those Nixon and his spokesmen are insisting that they have a plan for getting out of Indochina that the plan has been implemented While the administration calls the pullback in Laos an orderly withdrawal and mobile for men in the field and the television eye daily tell Americans it 15 a Although Nixon promised n surplus of he eventually produced the worst BB oi ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS 426 6th Street GRAND OPENING Thursday FREE GIFT redink budget in While he paints glowing pictures of schemes to turn the econ omy unemployment j and inflation go up and up i Evidence of the new and the American public was the Senate vote last week virtually killing the muiti j billiondollar supersonic trans Albertas Great Moments Oil discovered at Lednol tfvii cray of characters 1mm thf1 Lrthbridpe label yo to on jMhorta s anything can Well almost Theyll never changa the nroat traditional flavour of Albertas prat traditional beer Lethbridge real hnor tnste thats part ot our pipnrrnnrj A staunch favourite for nrarly halfahundred So noxt time call for Lothbndoe Cnjoy your own Great Moments with Albertas original his prestige on the publicly advocating a favorable vote and privately phoning and writing wavering senators light up to the llth What happened was that the American public a s a gainst the idea and rebelled As one longtime SST Senaj tor Clinton P Anderson put it I read my which was running heavily against the As some observers read taxpayers will not take on the financial burden of such while i also paying for the war when I the government is tng it can not help bail out bankrupt cities j and cannot piovide such things i as broader health care for lack of money WORKSOX In a campaign to win biuader j i popular the man who j has beea called a private j j president has stepped into the 1 i a handful of women lournalisK tn his off ice for appearing on a tele vision show to chat abnui daughter T r i r i a b impending engaging in a ttuihoui television tumeihjtion u 11 h commentator Howard K Smith But he didn t unbend much he admius unusually stiff necked for a the overall message was pretty much the same b the time he get to the SmiPi pro many in the country no lougei eun I Men The audience rating vnil to be unusually low for a presiden tial manv having tuned in two old movies appear ing on the competing networks The thing to be it j isn t Nixcn as a person i the voters upset it uai j the cae in don Johnson s All talk of a mnera tion of peace and the to end wars tloeMil IMI i I much weight The American people wines I James Rest on in the York aie pasmc not on im on 1 and they dont hkr what Ihev see This conclusion is reached b the Institute for j has changed ihe balance an independentlyfi n a n c e d international centre here for the study of de fence and orld seem itj Us strategic Survey 1970 w as made public Monday Former Canadian prime min ister Lester B Pearson is presi dent of the which has a 45countiy Soviet naval activity reached now heights during says an official summary of the report The gencraUnipression was that the Soviet prov ided for the first time with an effective longrange was expanding its political influence at relatively low cost ui and around the Middle East and the j Indian Ocean But it adds Despite Soviet activity and the heavy Soviet commit ment to the United Arab Repub lic there is as much reason to doubt the proposition that the Soviet Union is deter minedly expansionist as to ques tion the complementary as sumption that the United States is hellbent upon withdrawing from the world BEHAVIOR CAUTIOUS The Soviet Union has in creased its military strength and has as iu the case of been prepared to fake political risks in testing American But it has also behaved with relative caution in such areas as Africa and a 1 1 h o u g h the Nixon doctrine implies a tenu ency to limit the remains deeply involved in all the major areas of the world and shows no real taste for an anachronistic isolationism Examining the value of var ious deterrent the re port says that importance is switching to the submarinecar ried ballistic It is increasingly It that fixed landbased intercontinental ballistics mis siles face obsolescence and that more attention must shift to de terrence based on submarine launched strategic missiles As this the survey the techniques of antisub marine warfare will become critical But it after a survey of sea war that there is no reason to ex pect that antisubmarine war fare can destroy the credibility of deterrence tounded upon the ballisticmissile AFFECTS JAP PLANS Dealing with China the sur vey says its launching of space satellites has made it more ap parent that this al ready a great conventional mili tary must become a more important factor in the strategic nuclear equation Chinese may have an important effect in shaping Jap anese defence policy n d Japan has the ability to develop nuclear forces The analvsmg the efj feet ot economic factors on milli tary events The interna1 tional dangers of economic con flict aie demonstrated by the But internal pressures may investment m ami also affect security Inflation equipment of The French nuclear u capons uranium ins noin hit cot increases Development tovt of sir tgic si tnceeds by 75 pu cent anil Fiance be un able at bfM lo keep more than one nhMk Mibmanii1 on patrol until after Pilsner BEER TftADfTIOH YOU CAH FROM THB HOUSt OF ICTHBRIDRE MODERN SlKP MOSCOW APi Mmo fiOO deep coal iti I he Ikrame s will ho i air conditioned HIP So I viet news agcnc lopottpd Justice done says Paul Tale LOS ANGKLES AF Shaion Tales a re tired 1T S Ami iniollisencp officer who masqueraded as a hippie and hunted thf ac tress killers for four of Mondays vpi did That s what we That s we expected U Col Paul I Tate said he spoke for himself and his w ife Dons A had just decreed death for Chnrles M a 11 o n and three women in the murders ot Miss Tate and six other persons Theres still Tale in a telephone 1 wanted the death penalu look daughter and my grandchild Miss the wife nf dnec ior Roman was eight months pregnant Bu theres no jubilation in like no sense nf satisfaction her father snid Ils more frrl mg thai justice been time to forget the common place This magnificent new 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