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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THS LETHRRIDOE HERALD Snturdny, 5, 1971 Viet Cong forces attack m: V B L d KTl SetHT.s of Vietnamese and Cong .sappers with explosives si rapped lo their backs at- titled a strategic mounlainlop t radio relay radio station under of a iJflO-rowitl racket and mortar barrage be- fore dawn today. The U.S. mid South Vietnam- c e commands said the assault v. is driven liack with no major damage to the installation atop Nui !Ja Dc-n mountain miles northwest of Saigon. Tlic station is a vital part of I lie U.S. tactical comnm- i! t itions nehvork covering btith the southern half of Souht Viet- nam and Cambodia. Among other tasks, it monitors and re- s mes.' ages from hundreds of U.S. aircraft. In other developments, South Ltlmimcsc troops with ar- mored vehicles cleared the main North Vietnamese en- trenchments on Ihe highway to An Loc after nearly four munlhs of fighting, a govern- ment spokesman Hiid here to- rt n. An Loc, which has been un- der seige since early April when Ihe Communist offensive ADJUSTS LEG BRACES FOR WALLACE Dr. George Trough of Birmingham's Spain Rehabilitation Centre adjusts leg bracei for Alabama Gov. George Wallace to use in tt and ing nnd ambulatory (AP B.C. Liberal leader attacks sky-rocketing health costs By TIIE CANADfAN PRESS Liberal leader David Ander- son Friday night wound up n hard day's campaigning for the Aug. 30 provincial election with an attack on "sky rocketing in British Columbia's health care services, The asrault came st a Llfoer- eral jrteettng in Kolowna, the home nf Social Credit Premier W. A. C. Bennett, and followed an Anderson critique of the government's Financial policies during a visit to Mines Minis- ter Frank Richtrr's rifling of Boundary-Similkamcen. Meantime, Mr, Bennett was en route to Vancouver by train after a northern swing which ended Thursday In Fort Nel- son. He was expected to reach the lower mainland later today YOU CAN SAVE YOUR HAIR FREE CLINIC IN IETHBRIDGE Monday, Aug. 7th onlyl BEFORE AFTER Scalp Specialist here lo Demonstrate Home Treatmonl Free Scalp Sec Sims porion, ICOTI haldrietT. can be ifopped. d new half gro'vn on your scalp. TKe rnelhorJi permit yoj Fo crturilly your onci improve your hair in (ho pnvaty of NEW TREATMENT No'rV, even if yo'j ore, or HEIPS WOMEN AS WELL Notional offori hopo for women too oven thsio jufftring from Iroubksorne alopecia arcotfj. The Formula gain hair Kr-auly, self confidence. It i c s (ho d fi V c I f, nn o ppointmcnl. You wjn' In ony NATIONAL HAIR AND SCALP INSTITUTE Vomouynr 12, R C and no campaign stops were scheduled along the way. Elsewhere on the campaign trail. Now Democratic Party lender Dave Barrett arrived in Port Simpson, where he sairi that a cannery proposed for the area would not feasible un- less local fishermen were freer] from their financial obligation to the large fishing companies. Conservative Leaner Demi repent a low-key day campaigning in the Vancouver area, winding up the day v-nth an appearance in Oast own where restaurant owner and V'o-Vo champion Harvey Lowe was nominated to join Tom Nbrtheott to carry the Tory banner in the two seat riding of Vancouver-Centre. Literal leader Anderson (old the rally that govern- ment must try new methods to nn In South Viclnnm, Is .slill i An l.oc. bombarded duily by sohitec! by nnd. Helicopters nhout North Vietnamese lave biH-ii supplying the rochets and nrtilloiy sliclls. sen inside 11te tw> n for morn hati a month. now i.s reduced almost l< ruhblo. an parcel was hoax O'JTAWA (CIO Homl) perts dismantled the pa- JUT wrapped U of BC postpones of controversial painting Improve health standards out unduly raising costs, nnd fine; of main problems is "a kick of co-ordi- j nation and mental ion of I int'liral Kr-rviccs at Ir.e provin- i cial level." Ho said hoalth services nre split the departments of i health, I ft bor, rehabilitation i aritl Jintl the office of j the provincial f.eerelary with the result "no one really what other is doing lie a Finnic mir.i.stry to cover nil health services. The liberal leader also said B.C. trains Ihc lowest number of doctors per capita of any province in Canada and that the capacity of the university of B.C. medical .school should be doubled to nice' the ncui for more personnel, particulai ly for the north. blast, al oil lank terminal TRIESTE, Italy fAP) fifth huge oil tank exploded in a fiery blast before dawn today amid tho flaming wreckage of Trieste's trans-Alpine pipeline terminal. Police blamed the multi-mil- lion-dollar devastation on sabo- tage, probably by terrorists. Flames lashing feet Into 'he air lighted the garish scene under huge clouds of black smoke that hung over Trieste. 'J1 h e prc-dawn explosion poured more tons of crude oil into flames. Ex- plosions of four other tanks in the; previous 24 hours had ig- nited MO.OQl) tons. The pipoline delivers petro- leum from tho Mediterranean to Vienna, Austria, and In- Germany VANCOUVKR (CD The i Jniversity ot' British Columbia' las indefinilely p o s tponcd Kinging n painting wliici) last uonth sparked protests (rent Indians, who claim it depicts natives in posies subservient to whites. The painting of Captain George Vancouver s t e pped ashore on the B.C. in the IRtii century was to have been officially unveiled Sept. 1 by Mrs. Hoi and Michcncr, wife of Canada's governor-general. Mrs. Tvlichener gave tho painting which Lung in the Hotel Vancouver for more than years lo the university in the spring of Mils year. H.C Indians attacked the painting last month, charging it depicted three coast Indians kneeling in a subservient man- ner before Vancouver and two of his mates. They sr-td made when there I.s lime lo will) Ihe matter "logically and not The puiriling was completed in by Dr. Charles Comfort, a former director ol the Na- tional Gallery in Ottawa who is described as one of Canada's best known muralists. Mr. Comfort recently restor- ed ttic work at UIJC. discovered an rmply liner case, I wo soft drink hollies taped to- Aether, a brcvu shoehce and flashlight halterk'.s. "El's liuax all Hi .said Oitawa police inspector Armnnit Koude after the agu: svas taken apart. He suit! the IIOM jitul contents be checked for fingerprints nnd other evidence. The package was dLs rove red Sc (he IR-by-iO-fool mural reinforced n .stereotyped and discriminatory view of In- dians Hnd hatl no place m a university library in 1972. In a statement released Fri- day UBC President Walter fiago said the official unveil- ing had been postponed indef- initely but did not attribute the postponement directly to the criticism. He said a derision on what lo do with the pninting will be Pollution standards are -weak EDMONTON pollution standards for Al- Iterta's rivers would not stand up in court, Environment Min- ister Bill Yurko said Friday. He was replying to thR Kd- monion Anti Pollution Group which has criticized the gov- ernment for not taking action against polluters of the North Saskatchewan River. The environment department Is trying "desperately lo catch establishing source of n c c c p t a h lo icntisls xrt rare storm predi< IJOl'LDKH, Ci.lo, i AC) ncnr the Kast Dlock anrl moml to tho tranadinn Korcca honih disposal omuls at iiL'iirliy Orleans, Out., for a 24- hour "resting I'lfirlicr, army nnd police ei- perts debated whether lo Mow the five or six pound parcel or try to unwrap it nod save the contents for investigation. Inspector Soncie said tho soft drink bottles were attached to the batteries with the shoelace. The package was found shortly before noon Thursday after IICMP Mild they received im mmnyrmiii.s rail warning tJtem (here was a homh planted on tho Hill. The package was located out- .si tic tho Knst Block which houses Prime Minister Tru< lean's office. Ilio privy council and the department of external affairs. Tourists were ordered away from the Iniilding Ity police and j t h e vital ccmrmmicaUons ctnlro was ev.-icuaUid for up1 standards amounts of pollutants for every industry in the province, said Mr. Yurko. "The difficulty Is lo come up with enforceable standards lhat will hold up in he said, "It's not possible to do that overnight." Terming current .solar activity i mimUes. Soldiers wearing pro- "viiry scientrsls at the titmal Oceanic aiuE Atmospheric Administration headquarters reported a not her largo solar fliiie geomagnetic an elect I'ificr! ga.scous sho'jk- wavc fj'om the sun bit the earth's atmosphere Friday. Scientists predicted that an- other very large geomagnetic storm would hit Hie earth sometime today. the largest ever observed, a 1 a.m. EDT and 14 hours later (lie geomagnetic .storm, which disrupted radio eomnm-1 asked lo subpoena niealiuis on earth, Jnne for fiuestiDiiinR on suddenly, ,srdd iiifoi'mation offi- htir recent (rip to flnno cer Hntph Scgman. Friday's flare was "one of tht largest ever observed, at teclive luatl vests arid using long poles placed the package in a military van lor the trip to the Oilcans disposal grounds. Fonda faces questioning WASHINGTON (AP) Tha Ilmi.'ic of Kepre.sentatJvcs intor- :rcurilv conunittee been Fischer close REYKJAVIK, Iceland Uleu- ler) American challenger Bobby appealed today to be firmly on the road to his first world chess title after de- feating current champion IJoris Spassky for the fifth time. A.M. TO P.M 9fh Ave. S. BETWEEN THE least nrnong (he top live and possibly Ihe .said fore- carter -Slephc-n Maiim's, It was the seventh of a series of flares that Wednesday after- noon In the sun's northeast quadrant, S h o r I-wave radio Irnjis- inissions nil nromid the and particularly in tfie polar re- gions, have been severely dis- rupted by the (lares and result- ing slonrLs, scientists .said. Committee member Repre- sentative Fletcher Thompson (Kcp. whom made the sub- poena request, said Friday ac- tion i.s expected next Thursday. lie said the calling o[ Miss Fonda would be in connection v.ifh the committee's invcsliga- lion of "attempts (o subvert American armed forces." Earlier he askexl the Justice deparlrnent to investigate Miss Fnnda's activities and be s.'iid he now understands that such nn Inquiry is In prog- Fischer's victory Friday In their adjourned KJIh name gave him Cli points to the Russian's and here could not recall any case in the history of the championship, or in modem tournament play, in which player held recovered from being three points down. Spassky bns been unable to defeat Fischer since winning the opening game, although he did gain a further full point be- cause of a dispute about cam- eras filming the match. Fischer never had previously won a match against the world champion. He has been consistently ag- gressive, both on and off t h e board, and has goru- for victory in games, which other masters huve sought to draw. Nothing .short of complete precision can enable Kpassky lo recapture the lost ground needed if he is to retain (he title he won Ihree years ami Spassky's end game play Friday afternoon appeared to be inaccurate. 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