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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 15, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta May 1t74-THE LETHifUDOE HERALD-9 Limit placed on security system Milk president concedes donation talk WASHINGTON A House of Representatives report that million in federal funds have been spent in connection with President Nixon's homes was approved by the House government operations committee Tuesday. The vote was 36-to-O. The report recommends that United States government agencies take action to recover any It also recommends that permanent security systems be limited to only one of a president's private homes in the future and that the government try to recover any security costs that enhance the value of a president's property. All but two committee Re- publicans joined-Democrats in voting for the report during a roll many of them having said that they agree spending in the name of security has risen too high and needs more control. Representative John Ala announced in advance he would not vote because although he believes the report is generally accurate he objects to what he called a false impression that million was spent on Nixon's homes. HAS BAHAMAS HOME The report said the million for San million for Key and for Grand Cay in the where Nixon is a N.Z. A man armed with a pistol forced the cashier in a bank to hand over Tuesday The other two cashiers were away on a crime prevention course. The holdup was one of New Zealand's biggest bank robberies. frequent guest of his friend Robert for all including in connection with the homes. It said some of the spending was in of security requests and that some of it was for items contracted by Nixon's aides rather than regular federal agencies. The report accused the Secret Service and other agencies of having the discretion given by Congress's' lack of restraints on security spending. a government expenditures for all purposes at privately-owned property have risen from practically nothing during the Roosevelt- Truman era to over million in the Johnson administration and over million during the first five years of the Nixon the report'said. TRAVELS FAST It takes only 8.3 minutes for light to travel to the earth from the sun and 1.28 seconds from the moon. CHICAGO The president of the Associated Milk Producers Inc. has denied under oath that Herbert Kalmbach told him a United States government anti-trust suit against the dairy co-operative would be dropped if the co-op contributed to Presi- dent Nixon's 1972 re-election campaign. But the co-op John conceded that an official and a former official of the co-operative met with Kalmbach and discussed campaign contributions. Kalmbach was Nixon's per- sonal lawyer at the time. Butterbrodt said that Harold a former general manager of the co- and George current general met with Kalmbach in 1972. told me he had met with Kalmbach but no deal came out of Butterbrodt said Monday in a pre-trial deposition filed in a dairy antitrust suit. It was Mehren's job to meet Kalmbach but not to make any Dwight former secretary-treasurer of previously told the Senate Watergate committee about the Kalmbach meeting. told me they had agreed with Kalmbach to pay to Kalmbach and the anti-trust suit against AMPI would die a natural Morris told the Senate committee. Nixon ordered milk prices raised in 1971. Investi- gators have been looking into allegations that political contributions from large milk cooperatives influenced the president's decision. KENWOOD Sound It Its a Garrard 6-200C Turntable Automatic or manual Shure magnetic cueing full size includes base cover. Goodmans Minister Loudspeaker Ported reflex nominal power 20 4-8 cross over 2000 bass and dome tweeter Kenwood KR-2300 Receiver RMS power 14x2 Watts into 8 dynamic power 64 power band 30 Hz to less than Mic tuning step-type tone walnut cabinet. COMPLETE SYSTEM Limited Time Offer ONLY Jack's Radio TV Sales and Service TV RADIO COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT SLACKS. Fantastic savings on the most popular slacks in Canada Long wearing com knits and year round fortrel and wool Hundreds of both casual and dressy in a large selection of sizes SPORT COATS. The sport ccat value of the season They're all wools and polyester and wool blends They're tweeds and hopsacks In very new plaids and herring- bones All sizes Don't miss this spectacular saving. Reg. to 302-13th North PhOIW 327-4979 SUITS. These suits are tai lored from the finest quality cloths With a fabric and colour selection that's unsurpassed And savings that II remind you of the good old days' Reg. to Open a convenient Tip Top Charge Account SHORT-SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS. Keep your cool the office in A checked or fancy short sleever from Tip Top Current collar styles An unbeatable look for summer Reg. to SHORT-SLEEVE KNIT SHIRTS. A great buy These are short sleeved for extra breezmess Stripes and plains with every one of your fav I ourite collar styles i Reg. to TIP TOP Saving money never looked so good Centre Village Mall Phone 328-8255 ;