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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta low tonight 25; high Wednesday 40 The LetHbtidge Herald ALBERTA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1972 PRICE NOT OVER 10 CENTS THREE SKCTJONS 04 PAGK.S U.S. mourn arry From AP-KEUTER lung congestion put him in hos- United SUtes. who 3td th? rrJtted lo Rcsofcrf-h Hospi'.al KANSAS CITY Harry pitai. try to the test nsys a-r'.re hero three Truman, president of Uniterf Stales from 1315 to IMS, death was caused by corn- died early today after being in p'exity of organic failures caus- a coma for three days. He was ing a collapse of a cardio-vaseu- 83 and had fought for his life la." system.1' since e a r J v December when 33rd president of the tome at World urg for ec survivors 6Quake jolts thinking in coastal area By KARI. CA1.DV.-EU, New York Times Service SAN FRANCISCO Lai I week it was all Then most of those v.ho live here in this city that Destroyed by an earthquake ignored .the pre- cision. Tn-vse vrho did rrtt ignore it cho-txr to laugh at it. Ar.d ti-.e lev.- v.ho took it Irept their concern ny.v the jokes have disappeared, and rorr.e Eor.5 have cuie'.ly to lake a seeoivj at the predic'lor: t'r. arj u'lil destroy Fran- }o'ted tr.i.rkir.E of Sc.-; adds to the v.orry is thai Rejbe.-! the re- cipe v.ho hert forecast a here, is. a man v.ho has hsd .eo.-ne sucetss in predicting eanr.quakes as far back An esrlhvjske as as the ore that lev- oled Sa-t o io Y.jf, is almost universally ex- IV; or.y is v.r.en. Seismologist say His has drav.ii a reaction from said. Prof. Bruce A. rii- at adding that "rio ore has been to a key to ihe exact time v.hen arc FORMER PRESIDENTS MEET Former Chief Ex- ecutives 5. TrL-mon end D- lolk during a !uncheon for UnUed hJaliens supporters in Kcn- City on June 6, 1966. U vvcs signed !ne UN's chorfer on Aug. 3, 1945, to complete rcfiiication the- United States. Me met death in a Kansas City Hos- pitc! (aday. fAP MANAGUA fCP-APj Niea- Canadian Red Cross and carried pounds of tern- ragua's niler the survivors church relief groups as vrel! as jxj.-ary she-1'ers for the- victims. AIJMIKF.D BY MILLIONS of the earthquake that devas- CARE Canada quickly sapped picked uo In .St. tated Mar.igJa need food, not in with funds for relic-! work. At Francos Thibault. second medicine or blood plasma, the start, more than r need food for the was pledged. ,o ern- said Gen. Anajtasi0 Tne Canadian government ln f' Somoza. the country's strong channelled an initial grant of Nicaragua to C-C-CK on ir.e man. He told foreign countries throuah the Canadian v.herea'rxj'jts of 60 Canadians not to tend any more medical CARE Canada allo- believed to 'K Managua the v.orld. he v.'ts flMicatrf to the th'e sci-rlai o! the Eupplies. that the supply was C3ted Qvfarn Canada S5.W) arid Church Action for Emergency Aid, resumes air on SAIGON r.i.P) U.S. B-52 bombers ar.d fighter-bombers resumed attacks or, the Hanoi and Haiphor.g areas of North Continue search for 30 seamen JUN'EAU. The coritlrues uxiay for j Korean sea m tn in s n oo s y v.v.e n the. r freighter a load of Ca- nadian coal up Jn hoavv Pacific ssas rriiles off the Oregon coast. of the Pacr- four a oil slicri and late Mon- day. the U.S. Guavd ?v Dor: .MJJLi a: coast in Junc-au ii :d hip. uricer Li berian rfr5isF.i-.-, carric-d four life- The search for the Pacrover after the a abandoning Vioinarn Vodcy after SS-hour halt for Christmas, the U S. tornmind The comrrjand also reported that strikes had n res'j me d ac Sou th VieinaiTi dusk Monday foi- The crjrrimar.d r.o com- on air operatioris in Laos, but U.S. offioisb said they had continued thrcugh Cnrlstmas no apparent le- t'JD. The command did no: explain why the bombing halt in the north lasted longer than the fire in t he tout ri. Nor would it sav the attack The quake Saturday de- Kiroyed a bo ut 75 per cert of Managua, a city of arid the Wl estimated a: 5.VW to in- jured. said the already was s'jfiering from a drought and pet'ple were unemployed. Managua was ordered evsc- uated. and most of the survi- vors left. Officials said they would cut o.rf relief food sup- plies to about 25 V.T.O re- used to leave. have to empty the area. V.'e are afreid of an epidemic, Gen. Luis Rodriguez S-> moza, the c Tnere was still no- or electricity in the city Monday and the smell of ro'tins bodies In the centra: ares. represenun? s e v 1 Canadian church made ari initial contri- bution of the cucke lie to on whtt further Canada might give to Nica- Canada h-3_s no em- bssy in the country. Prei-idtnt Nuccn ordered "an CARE CjLnsda said it would all-out effort to provide accept p'jblic donations Et its A Car.adian'Force5 707 needed he Ip to N i c-arapj a.'r CARE in NeT York it had 7W tons c: food available. ine kidne1.' and com- 'the ''Give :err. Hell'' former pre'ident at a.m. EST. the hosKial an- no-j-ictd. The hospital said Eess, E.nd daughter. hsd been noti- fied at the Truman htinie in nearby Ir.deperidence. The hosplta1 said the precise of d'jat! had not ye: been detfrrrr.Ln.o-d. Intemstions! relief operations delayed have into high gear. K inisnaps E- AOJiQ n sa> wneinerr a-.vacr. If f JT resumed en the massive I j j teals employed lav, week, when fa III the raids vrcrfc the heaviest of the war. C.S. official? had bidicated earlier that the bombing halt over North VietTjairi hsd extended on an ho'jr-to-hour a v. tiled some sign from Hanoi i hit it was ready ;o agree to peace terms, KOSYGIV CO.M.MENTS A staterr.erit by Pre- J-Losygin touched off i-pecij'ation that he might have been in touch vrith ihe Soviet rev, s agency, re- By THE CANADIAN PRESS A Toronto doctor and r.ii six- j ear-old their van E truer: a parked car in Ontario among least 43 persons died accidei'jtally across Canada djring the first days of the Christmas hoiicsy. A by The Canadian Press frorr, 6 p.m. local times Friday to midrjigJii Monday been vhiie the Xixoii The p ct was to h'-ve been this month, The For. quotes hi eh tre Lion the ar.d ihe U.S. companic-j promo'Jng the pe-crive pud have cooled on the project. Among the reasons doubts that Sibfrlir. gas reserves are trd the refits! of the Soviet to permit eni testLrs c: the In the Post sources there v.'ere secor.d thoughts cVj'j'. the hisTrj cos: o; U.S. reLlancs on bladder otieralicn and or abdominal (rouble Hi.s physical tilments AtLMENTS TOOK TL Since leaving the Tr um n had bf-e a ir a htrnia ijtiero'icn an Six American wrap Hues an- rounced Nov. 3 :hc-y CXIKC; to tJE-i F.n acreement the o: on o: a ;al__ less than iiO. ma-ur.g him ap- psar painfully B'Jt bs DPSCS" bed no effect on ho? irdr.d: friends he remained 0 years old he becarne president. Tna V.'-'ir-d War "'as in its fi- nd stseej. tet relations h- fns arjd t'ne So- occ'jpis-d the Truman Charles Atlas dies at 80 LONG BEACH. N.Y. (AF'1 Charles the 93 built s i'arri'ju- muscle-man arid told millions of others h-o'.v to died tfier a :H- ness. Ke 11. Boslnrang in 1K2. A t! s of- ui SK.XSMITir. Aita. Al '.Ii'Kcr.zJe. 52. of vh'-n s firr: v. ppt tho r.oVjl in corn- T.'irii'y. Arsons At ft-.en Jt fhfit or. April of he his v.ik- that there n in iM: Azores. On April 22. a rj'jake 'JjfJ hi', ;rt in the cau-v and leaving homft- k-os. b'j.x on '.lay 1 he predicted for for: ftr.d Turfcty. On May 17, there frorr, of ,1 tlifit ifrfl that rnii'.h is knov.n ab-rjl (irec-n.spar.'s life since I'r.v.'i hf: livwj in in York an-) leliers to nev.-spap'jrs At time he rn.'i'ho- rfiili'11. r. r. vision ;it Seaman's; Church Tn.itiJuio of v.'Y'k, for him. v.rj-, in hut prorrji'.e'i to in a It is thrit Mhen he he v.iii offer of ;i i.> lo hit (hft ported that Kosygin toM Am- dents, tv.-o in drov.TJnaf. five in Msiador Vo Thuc Dong of in snoATnobile acci- North Vie'nam the Soue-t gov- dents, or.e died o: asphy- rcation ar.d another v.her. the gss in his car The Canadian Safety Ojnd! predicted thai to 55 persons '-could in traffic 'J p-rri. P'riday ar.d No fanfare for Mao birthday riu-jter) Chair- man Mao v.'a.s 79 to'iay but usual there '.'.as no sign of any public colebrstJon of the event in f'hir.a. Chinese Communist party People's Daily carried nne of Mso's quotations at ihe top rjf the front page, it nor- mally hut the main Seen and heard About town p E R S Lois Harry Mun- TO" and Hu2h leav- ir.2 Lethbri'.Vie for a three- C'.'itorr.isrs hiiiirs the advance f-f so fenri the Communist-led Norlh Koreitt- who ire 31th parallel, Jouth Korea. Ar- Fiarlev fund on YOU A helping handful j your of lor Knri ire still gathorod. Tt has been a :L v.ith the Mon- TT Forc-ien Minister Chi Cnristmas for most readorr. complete v.ith t.n PeriEH'ei from Korea snd Irr-rf no men'ion of Mao's ID if-" IsM r-.-sr. Mao has io his prt-cinincr.t in the Chinese crship. by any other figure in China, servers here aerec. here believe- !hat Mso, v.ho has beer, the leader i-1-- ti'in. V.'hst corner if. the world has had s U-tter rhristmas? Vi'here are the people more for- tunately But Iris Christmas l.s not here not wen Korean are not are prcud, hou- d.'trer-sed. r.o: readers lo de..-.t-r rii'.-> to them. promised enoufh money to buy tv.o and a half carloads of barley (hopefuHy pro- cess it. ship it to Korea ar.d it to people vho ur- sh; make the a 1 y E r.-iore fun to cive a 'H'rii'en :.'i.V. "it more I" :har, i" i -It urd hove you see 1 ;