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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta l-THt LlTHJRlDOe HIRALD W.drlMdiy. 7. 1JT3 dish-washing and mine-clearing Joe Balla For the past few weeks the northern ducks and geese have been pouring into Southern Alberta along the usual migration paths. This is always one of the highlights of the wild waterfowl season for shooters in the south country. It's usually a cold snap in the north country that puts the birds into flight. On and on they come with apparently nothing to deter them. They rest on the larger bodies of water during the day and feed on stubble. An exceptional sight is to watch the birds move right in on the shooters during a snowstorm. Alberta archers are expected to move in on Lethbridge dur- ing the weekend. Just can't help but feel their emotions are mix- ed with considerable persecution. They are quick to expound on the virtues of the bow and arrow A shot by an arrow has got to be one of the cleanest and safest during a hunt. Main objective of the archers is the setting aside of a region for bow and arrow hunting only. The arrival of much cooler weather in the south has made for much better all-around hunting. And with the shooting will be better still. The upland game birds are taking much longer to thaw out in the morning and even then they are quite sluggish until almost lunch time. If the cool weather exceptionally cold stays some of the better hunting is just getting started. Especially if there are a few skiffs of new snow every week. Zone Southern Alberta Fish and Game Association fall fizzled on Sunday. There's either no or else it was the wrong time of the year to hold such a meeting. But on a Many presidents are failing miserably in their attempts to keep discussion at the meetings at the lay level. Many of the new with their ecological are taking over the meetings. The challenge is to have everyone present at a meeting be able to intelligently contribute to and understand the topic at hand. 'Canada first' in oil crisis TORONTO Ontario Energy Minister Darcv McKeough says the time has come to ensure that Canadian petroleum supplies are sufficient for Canadian needs before any are ex- ported In an interview outside the Mr. McKeough said Canadian needs must be met even if Alberta's ex- ports of more than a million barrels a day to the United States have to be curtailed. With such a tainly you can and should supply 90 per cent of Canada's needs with domestic produc- But he warned that Canada has a moral obligation not to cut off completely the flow of Albertan oil to the U.S. they've built refineries although I sup- pose an extreme nationalist could say they have known all along that they have been buying on 30-day Mr. McKeough said he tends to discount suggestions that Alberta might decide to cur- tail production rather than se- cond oil by pipeline to Ontario and Eastern Canada at prices significantly below the current world price. don't think they would turn off the he said. know that the pipeline being a national under- comes under federal jurisdiction. told that the Americans don't really mind the export he referring td the surcharge imposed on Alberta crude going to the U.S. by re- cent federal decision the pipeline to Montreal that has them Mr. McKeough commenting on proposals to extend the pipeline system into Quebec. Whether a pipeline could be built all the way to refineries was less he said. The Atlantic provinces might still be able to buy offshore oil more cheaply than oil from Alberta. Nixon must stay LDS member EDMONTON Ezra Taft former United States agriculture says he doesn't think Presi- dent Nixon should resign. am very hopeful Nixon will be able to rebuild the con- fidence of the he said in an interview. Mr. Ben- a member of the Council of Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day was in Ed- monton to address a stake conference during the weekend. He said he has been disappointed in this Watergate thing and would hope and pray things will work out and we will get on with the job of running our government and the affairs of the One of the biggest problems facing the western world is that has been a serious departure from adherence to basic spiritual and economic principles and a lowering of people's moral said Mr. Benson. This was especially true among the tations of our youth today are more diverse than ever before in my Young people in the church were expected keep themselves morally that they should reserve for the marriage convenant the sweet and intimate associa- tion which God intended between man and in UN forces must tackle language barriers UNITED NATIONS One of the big tasks facing United Nations military plan- ners setting up the Middle East Emergency Force is how to get maximum efficiency out of support units which speak different languages and use different mechanical techniques. The support functions for the force will be provided by Canada and Poland and the UN military staff now has to decide how to divide the which might range from cooking and dis- hwashing to between the two countries without more loss of ef- ficiency than necessary. Canada originally was to have provided the entire logistic support but the Security bowing to. Soviet demands for Warsaw pact representation in the peacekeeping cided Friday to ask Canada I I and Poland to share the role. I UN sources said Secretary-1 Kurt Waldheim's staff will not be able to decide on the allocation of tasks until they have a clear idea of what role the Poles are prepared to Poland has been asked to send to the UN a military mis- sion similar to the six-man team of Canadian specialists which came to New York a week ago to outline Canadian proposals for the logistic plan- ning. As a result of those the UN already knows what Canada is able to do. both Canada and Poland were asked by Wald- heim to send military teams to Cairo to determine in talks with UN military men in the what kind of support the force will need. The Cana- dian headed by Brig.- Gen. D. S. Nicholson of Corn- left Ottawa Sun- day. The Canadians have propos- ed that they handle head- quarters signals and air leav-' ing ground transportation and supply functions to the Poles. Canadian planners are known here to be concern- ed that the division of work not be in a form that would lead to although they concede that a price must be paid when people of different languages and mechanical techniques try to work together. UN informants said in- efficiency was likely to for if the -Poles were given charge of communications while the Canadians took on the support function because each Pole handling communications would have to have a translator at his side. These informants suggested the Poles might be given a supply which would include clearing of building supply and all tasks which would not require a high degree of linguistic ability. It was considered likely that three-cornered talks between Poles and the UN staff will develop here follow- ing the initial discussions between the Polish military mission and the UN military planners. expect that in the case of young women their chosen field would be that of honorable motherhood 'and and in the case of young that they can reach out and tap that unseen power without which no young man can do his Press group confirms appointment OTTAWA Homer Seguin. of Sudbury has been appointed to the Ontario Press Council. Davidson council announced Mr. Seguin's appointment along with the reappointment of 19 other members. Mr. Seguin was president of Local United Steelworkers of from 1997 to 1970 and has been a staff representative of the union since 1970. His initial membership term nuts to Dec. the same as renewed terms for Mr. Dunton and the 19 other council members. The established in is a voluntary body which considers complaints from the public about the oress. 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