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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE IETHBRIDGE KERA'.D Thursday, Doiembcr 23, 1972 uas regulations >.ane or bettor corn a in in? no more than 0.05 grams of lead per gallon by July 1, Tr.e le fro e u asoline m us t also free of phosphorus, but the phosphorus limit. cut in half from February's; al to a maximum of 0.005 gram; per gallon. Earthquake-torn Managua has ample medical supplies MANAGUA (AI'> Foreign I Managua said Dr. Juan The city centre has been de- doctor-; say enough medical: .lore f'hJari of I'anama. 4'V.'c clareti a' "contaminated area" personnel and supplies arc on are probably going to avoid an and (ho tottering buildings in hand to ward off any typhoid or outbreak of diseases.'' the area will be blasted and the typhus epidemic in the earth-i The U.S. Anny Corps of Engi-j rubble covered with lime to de- quake-devastated Nicaraguan nters moved heavy equipment I stroy the unidentified bodies ly- capitaE. i in to Managua to dynamite its j elsewhere. i "There is no epidemic In! heart, Tons ol grain, flour and 1 i dered milk continued to arrive. Nicaraguan officials said more I Air raids leave i Hanoi in flames Space capsule SAX DIEGO. 'AP- Saci XLTio-ci A5icr.au..c; and ;7 ar- Space Administration said Ihe space '.vill remain at .North Navel Air Station V. -r.ip it '.vas four jive wyyte pro. ir.to port :r.c- are removed. carrier It v.iii then be trucked to A in- United Calif. Launch sludv OTTAWA T Eco- Tn_ L> r" ar.d c C _r i o t 1 ursent in the council's vie-.v, if K ro c to e ce Canada's rPL or- r- p o main- r c t rr4 J c rour i u a release. Death penally abolished Aiejarviro on the police or armed abolished the in forces. Argents Wednesday nieht. Xo'codv has beer, executed In The punishment ".-as. restored in Argentina since the death pen- June. 1570, bv tr.en altv was restored. HEARSE LEAVES WITH BODY Carrying the body of fcr.-ner Prime Minister Lester Peer-en, a he-arse prepares to leave Pearscn home ot 541 AAcntague Place in ROC'K- c-.-'ie Thursday morning. Mr. Pearson died of cancer late Wednesday. (CP I SAIGON 'API U.S. bomb-i ers kept up saturation air at-i lacks against the Hanoi and j Haiphong areas today, the S L'.S. command announced the i loss of two more B-52 bombers i and a big rescue helicopter. eiv air charter "ides outlined By BOB DOVGLAS OTT.-V.VA -CP. The Cara- r.cur.C'e.i "iVcdrei-day details cf r.fr'.v air criarter ilrst out- lir.e-d in October. advanced ABC ruiei replace the ru'-3 April i. Deaths By THE TANAOrAN PRF55 lister E. Pesr- so PL, prime o; Can- soa from in Nobel T'c-ace Prize inner 1 a ulr.es5 in O'.tav.a. A. Sizov, mayor of Leningrad since IOS3, of a sudden illr.ess. oi t A t iantic r 1 cidcd to replace i jijle dLicusslons abc-Jt ihe ciiaotic transaUanic ter this year. Tne ABC would 'sr.yor.e to qualify for a rour.d-; trio charter Tusht by bcoriirss a chsrtercr csys in advance ar.d a. r.on 25 per cent in July and later. Air carriers wil! be allowed to file initbl ABC the 15 day pronsion ur.til Tifarch the commli- sirjr- said. This allo'A- charterers to contract for advertise for travellers prepare documents in time fo: departures. Clean up operations under way Hanoi and in flames and rubble. The North Vietnamese foreign ministry said bombers and carried out more "ex- termination'1 raids Wednesday Six men v.'ere reported miss- j nighi against many denstly-pop- i ing in one of the E-52s, raising ubted including jto at least ei tr.e total number and Haiphong and their of rnissmg, killed or i captured in the air attack on j TlA v s commard nov; ha- the North Vietnamese heartland admiUcd the loss of 23 alrcraft began Dec. 18. Two other r in blitz, in- Americans were killed a cluding M of lhe 5tratfrgic Air .navy dectroyer that was hit by I commands S3 jniUJon' B-52 snore fire. _ _ bombers. Hanoi claims it has Vietnam, said again that it vrouM r.ot yield to the boanest air assaults of the war, which have left much cf greater i trucks were needed to get the i food to 19 distribution points set I up outside the city to draw per- sons away from the ruins. They said suop'ies were piled up at the airport and even in j the front yard cf Gen, Anastasio j Somoxa, the country's ruler. Dennis Bulger, com- mander of the U.S. SlSth Com- bat Engineer said although many of the city's water lines waves of B-52 been ruptured and some of fighter-bombers cisterns around the city had been cracked by the quake Sat- some 20 miHion gallons a day could still be provided for the greater Managua area. planes, in- snoiv Wallace tries sli.nudalor ffini limited ins v.-ith or.thj" member- clubs and orza- to INSURANCE 9 LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ca.'e-'i a cut- operates on ar.d sends a through sy-lorn Wallaii-r: -.riki i' -jv fixjl saifl hfi the hospi- ir.e div rjOiir-e p--v.d sfo Australia halts aid to Vietnam fReuter) dooartrnert officiaLs :rjn by surprise Wednesday the Australian governir.en'.'s m to halt military aid to Vietnam, Official said ;he first, word of by i n Del en ce M; nister Larc e came from pre.'-5 re- They said the United VANCOUVER rrj-trrai lov, of 2o tonight; Friday i.s ex- tj perted to have a high of M-M. The three day forecasters say there is every indication the temperatures are ti.ay v.srm for this tij Sl'.STJSE FRIDAY SL'NSEI i Amsterdam Moscow L Pre Stockholm 20 .00 Tokyo 48 23 37 52 services held for Truman l y INDEPENDENCE. Mo. 'AP; rier.t }Iarr.' Truman i> to stnirnl! riinnJIPP Afwr today in fe wjrtj-srd of GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES of euXjiT''. forr.ier AJem-ets of Truman Oriiv IVi irr. ilfi, ii LKern'of rnno-vn, COUHS I ORKC.VST: .07 Lc-thbridge, Medicine Hat Cloudy v.ith snow. Mighs near 20. 25-M. -fry Snouflurries becom- .Til nofjn. Mighs 35- .22 J'l. Calvary Trxiay: Iniermil- .iS t-.-r.t light snow. Highs 25-SO. Friday; Mainly fit s'jr.r.y. Hishs .0: Coiurnlna. KrKjtenay To- .02 day ar.d Friday: Cloudy with .07 sunny periods. A snow-flur- li'--; i.'i tr.e Columbia district. .01 Hifi-.s days in the mid 30s. .16 I.OV.-S tonight 15 to 20. .MO-NTANA .73 Kast of OjntEnental Divide or sr-ow north spreading to south late this afternoon. S-ov.- rr.o-t EC-c-tions tonight. sr.o'.v Friday. '.''.'Mer Uxiay 35 to :4i toriigrit 15 to 25. Friday 30s. of Continental Divide rain or srov; today ar.d Partly cloudy Fri- day. Cooler. Hishs today 85 to toriight Highs F.i- PHONE 323-114! v i. i-. v ,J Iho risvs since r.i; V releases re May we, the management and staffs I' of General Farm Supply ihank you and :-i-e f.r of r S'.'Mev 10 u.e coffin i: wish you a Very Merry Christmas and A-. co a o: a Happy, Healthy ond Prosperous New jS 'r-.'-V 'hi-i' I'r.'-fi' up "oil' the Year. 'Inv.-s tei'Xn-4 Vrn V S ps'l- y S B r Mr I.r-'''r'r. tr.-; coffin on a tf _ _ OFFICJA1. AS OF A.M TOfJAY COIKTKSY OF AMA r.nr' M Nixon snri l-v.-i'loM h.v! 2 north to riar' -i.i.'i- bwlor i% is r-.'il] vc-ry slifr .f o( ff hft-. tiircc of tho time wilh -r. -T ea.st -TjOv; toy-' is ---i.-rrr.'.-r ro' a' try; h-j-; -.iorjal .'.ilp- farther notice. an hour, fr.'j M'ry '.'-rtior.s. Motori-U are that s a ho' oul-i'Io th-: library office- iO-.-'.iorii in that area. l rOio's. of thrr-r; tho v.rote his i-nion iir.ri ihrft I'ORTS OF KNTRY fOpc-nlng anrl Cluing Coutts v.-i fnwii- Coilfnil S r.i to I a a fri. lo p.m. ft a.m. lo 1 [i rn.; iVjnita a m. to fi p m IJ C, ;j m, to ft p.m.; TIC. hours; ;