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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta l THE lETHBRIUGE HERALD Monday, July 19, 1971 Nixon excludes Agnew on China tour planning WASHINGTON reak of sleeping sickness in the animals. The decision was made at a Dallas meeting of animal health officials from Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, New Mexico and Louisiana and their counter- parts in the U.S. agriculture de- partment. Thousands of horses have died j Latin America and South Texas from the disease, Vene- zuelan equine encephalomye- litis. Texas has had a quaran- tine on movement of all hfscs for almost a week. The bai: was extended to the other four slates Saturday night. Horses which contract the dis- ease have less than an even chance of living. Humans also are susceptible to the disease, but it is rarely fatal to man. TO HUN CENTRE TORONTO (CP) Donald S. Anderson has teen granted a leave of absence as senior vice- president of the Royal Bank of Canada to head the big Metro- politan Toronto Centre develop- ment. Anderson, 58, will assume the title of chairman of the board and chief executive offi- cer of Metro Centre Develop- ments Ltd. ezuclan' and a Spaniard. Police declined to give names. There were unconfirmed reports the Spanish ministry of tourism and information had asked au- thorities to withhold details of the incident. The youths were brought here by boat Sunday after about 300 foreigners battled police and blocked traffic on Ibiza, which has become a summer- .ime mecoa for hippies. FIRE SHOTS They finally were dispersed after police fired shots into the air. British sources in Barcelona said a young Briton asked to file charges of police brutality, saving police sealed off the of Santa Eulalia del Rio on fbiza Friday night and forced youths, men and women to run through a line of club-swinging police. Police denied the report. The Spanish news agency Cifra said the youths, many liv- ing in communes on the island during the summer months, had stolen fruit, walked around nude and defecated in public wells. _ Court sources said a quantity of marijuana was seized from those arrested, but no drug charges have been laid. Beaten to death in parking lot CALGARY fCP) Goerge William Green. 27, of Calgary was found beaten to death Sun- day in the parking lot of a downtown hotel. Police withheld further de- tails. OFFER REFUND TORONTO (CP) The On- tario brewing industry will be- gin refunding a 15-cent deposit on empty bser cans in August as part of a anti-litter program, the liquor control board has announced. At the same time the price of canned beer will be lowered to from With the refundable deposit of 15 cents, the total cost will be for a dozen. GENERAL PRESENTS THE Weather and road report 09 ABOVE 00 ZERO AT SUNRISE TUESDAY SUNSET II L PRE 81 54 Lethbridge..... Waterton Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Edmonton...... Grande Prairie Banff......... Calgary........ Cranbrook Victoria........ Penticton...... Prince Rupert Prince George Vancouver Regina......... Saskatoon Winnipeg...... Toronto Ottawa........ Montreal...... St. John's...... Halifax....... Fredericton 77 55 81 50 85 55 80 53 80 58 ..85 51 80 50 88 61 85 57 90 55 63 51 87 32 77 60 75 53 .03 80 48 74 58 .01 75 58 .02 71 52 73 56 71 51 64 50 76 55 Charloltetown .73 55 .01 Chicago.........74 70 .07 Minneapolis..... 83 52 .02 New York....... 86 71 .23 Miami.......... 86 82 Los Angeles...... 84 68 Las Vegas.......107 84 Honolulu........ 86 74 Rome...........91 70 Paris...........72 54 London..........66 55 Berlin.......... 65 50 Amsterdam...... 68 39 Moscow......... 72 52 .Stockholm....... 66 57 Tokyo............ 89 68 FORECAST: LETHBHIDGE MEDICINE HAT CALGAKY Today and Tuesday. Sunny and very wavm. Highs in the mid 89s. Lows tonight in the mid 50s. Columbia-Kootcnay Sunny and hot today and Tuesday. Slight chance of isolated thun- dershowers both evenings. High Tuesday 9o-100. Lows tonight 45-50. GET ALL YOU GROW with a GLEANER COMBINE! Allis-Cholmers Combine Owners harvest all they _ grow "Sure-Feed" System Down Front cyl- Inder Only 15W from Header to cylinder retractable-finger Feeder Beater controlling it all the way. DECIDE TO GO 'GLEANER'-SEE 7HE BOYS' AT GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES OFFICIAL AS AT A.M. TODAY COURTESY OF AMA ATI highways In the mid in good drlvlr bridge District arc bare ami''ion. concll- p (0pclllnB Closlnf- Coulls MST' Bonila 7 a.m. lo 8 p.m.; Roosevllle, B.C. 7 a.m. to n p ra Kinescale RC 24 a'm' Cliirf Stain i> Wildhorse, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Logan Pass open 2-1 hours ;