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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Icrturfoy, July 29, 1972 THE IFTHBIIIDOE HHAtO IS 4 A damnable lie' Eagleston answers charge HONOLULU (AP) Here are excerpts from Senator Thomas Eaglcton's news con- ference at which he denied a report by columnist Jack An- derson that he had been ar- rested for drunken and reck- less driving: denial: "I have never been arrested or charged with drunken or careless driving, drunken or reckless driving. Mr. Ander- son's statement to that effect is in blunt but direct Eng'ish a damnable lie. That's what it Is, because the record will speak for itself. There's no photostatic evidence available because none exists." the two "automobile incidents" in his past, a speeding violation and an ac- cident on an icy road: "There was absolutely, let me say with respect to both these incidents, absolutely no connection directly or what have with alcohol. There was absolutely no trace of alcohol, or nothing connected there- with." remaining on the ticket: "I have never been more determined in my life about any issue than I am today about remaining on this ticket. I'm not going to how to Mr. Anderson. I'm not going to let a lie drive me from this ticket. "I'm all the more deter- DEL PATCHING FARM AUCTION SALE Wednesday, August 9th at 1 p.m. 4 miles south and 2 miles east Wilson Siding elevators Terms Cash with settlement in full before removal from the farm. TRACTORS 1-Min. Moline Model GVI diesel with cab, PTO and dual hydraulics model 50 diesel with live PTO, good rubber COMBINE AND SWATHER 1968 Clous Model Mercur 14 ft. platform with Melroe pickup, straw chopper, diesel motor and cab. Has cut approximately 1500 acres. T M. Moiine 15 ft. PTO pull type, hyd. control._______ Possible consigned addition for verification check with Auctioneer before sale Deere model 96 PTO combins Dodge 3 Ion (ruck TRUCKS 1952 Dodge 3 ton with hoist ond grain box. 1 older type 3 ton Dodge with good hoist, chrssis. Good for trailer. 1 ton wild box and hoist FUEL AND WATER TANKS gallon water tank, ideal for small truck gallon double comp. fuel tank. 1 130 gallon half ton Jarm service tank MACHINERY 1970 IHC model -180, 21 ft rubber tired double discer, like new; 12 ft DSA hoe drills with fertilizer attach.; 1-John Deere 16 ft. Surflex 1100 series; ft double disc; 3 sec. Noble land packers; ft Mayrath groin auger with B and S gas motor; ft. duplex IHC rod weeder; 1 road drag, 1 12 ft double discj John Deere flexible harrows; 1_12 ft. Noble blade sprayer, 32 ft. boomj 12 ft. chisel plow with rod weeder attach j spring looth harrows; adjustable horse mower; dump rake. SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 180 amp welder; drill with elec- tric motor; bench; pumps; compressor; leveral electric motors; anvil several lets of wrenches; grinder; l_Icg vise; grease guns; aluminum ladder; fence stretcher- several cans oc weed spray; set of wooden double trees; several rolls of snow fence; Quantity of fence posts end barb wire; quan- tity of scrap iron; several burning barrels. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, CO AID ALE Auctioneers: les Handley, Lie. 010120 Roger Hondley, Lie. 010121 _ Fred Burlon, Lie. 005615 mined after this Anderson business to remain on this ticket and campaign for the office of vice president and to be elected as vice president of the United Slates. That is my intention, and I am going to persist and pursue it as vigor- ously as I possibly can." the motivation of the reports: "I can only believe that it was politically motivated in the sense it was his conclusion that this was enough to drive me from (he ticket, this infor- mation that this highly placed but anonymous Missouri offi- cial had. This ir reeks of politic.1 Jack An i-n "I would have journalist, if r- r'i-1 the information -f it on a hearsay someone else, ;-i i least, if for no than common c: have called me ever I could be 11. I've been never been ir minutes at anj 'v m about these allc.C'i n Confirmed: Lin Piao died in crash By JAMES PRINGLE PEKING (Reutcr) Wang Hui-yung, Chinese assistant for- eign minister confirmed here that former defence minister Lin Piao died In an air crash last September while escaping I- Eastland heads U.S. Senate WASHINGTON (AP) Sena- tor James 0. Eastland, a con- servative Mississippi Democrat, -I t> i.f Srrr1" ''I'inv MT- c J. I-'.'cnili-r u: f i-'i-ai'i: C-T. i... nf III1 I-Oil V.'i n LI n pu iiv. f1 i .'i c." f'i' from China following an at- tempted coup d'etat. Miss Wang, who has been de- scribed as niece of Chinese leader Mao T s e u n g, said, "That is correct" when I asked 16-year-olds sent to war FREDERICTON vCP) Sir Robert Thompson, a special ad- viser to President Richard Nixon on the war in Vietnam, said here recently North Viet- namese fighting forces have lost about men in recent years of the war in Indochina and have lost perhaps in the latest offensive alone. Sir Robert, speaking at the University of. New Brunswick, said that at the beginning of the latest offensive "I estimat- the North Vietnamese were 1 prepared to commit nen and expected losses in the reighborhood of either dead or wounded. But they've put in and their losses will be They've literal- ly wiped out a generation. I "The North Vietnamese are i using 16-year-olds now in the field ].i u- i." ,v'! rf TirDO-.v.'-c- lo-'l nil.-: lie ta fe.. e Auto firm sales soar Sir Robert said he doubted whether any further major of- fensive would be launched by the North Vietnamese in 1972 as they lack the manpower. DETROIT (AP) American j Motors Corp., reflecting the ?frong recovery of both the firm I and the United States auto in- i riustry, reported here it earned 1127.2 million in the first nine j months of its fiscal year, more than three times the profit re- i ported in the same period last 1 year. I The profit for the period 1 ended June 30, equivalent to 99 j cents a share, was up from I million, or 32 cents a share, in the first nine months of fiscal 1671. Because of heavy losses In re- rent years, including a stunning j J56.2 million in 1970, AMC paid no federal income taxes on the I current earnings. Under U.S. corporate tax law, earnings are i exempt from income taxes until they exceed the losses amassed In previous years. New disease of skin studied By GLENNIS ZILM OITAWA (CP) Twelve cases of a new and unusual skin infection have been identified in Manitoba and the federal health department has approved an public health grant to find out more about the prob- lem. The grant has been made to Dr. Chun-yang Hsu and Dr. Emanuei Snell of the Manitoba health department and Dr. E. S. Hershfield of the D. A. Stewart Centre in Winnipeg. The department, in a news re- lease Thursday, said the cases "may represent a new disease entity" and referred to the con- dition as a "leprosy-like skin infection." Dr. Hsu, in a telephone inter- view from Winnipeg, said the disease definitely is not leprosy but "an a typical microbacterial skin infection." When the first case was dis- covered, it was wrongly be- lieved to be leprosy In addition to the 12 cases In Manitoba, about 14 cases have been identified in Minnesota and North Dakota in areas near the Manitoba border Dr. Hsu said. Doctors from the U.S. Centre for Disease Control are working closely with the Manitoba health department is studying the dis- :ase. her at a reception In the capi- tal's Peking Hotel whether Lin died in Mongolia Sept. 12 after failing to overthrow Chairman Mao and assassinate him. When I further asked her whether Chief of Staff Huang Yung-shcng had also dice! in 'be crash, she said Lin Piao had some followers who were also killed but she did not know who they were or how many. Miss Warg, a slight, bespecta- cled woman in her early 30s, is regarded as one of China's in- fluential people. She is not usually approacha- ble by correspcndents, but to- night she smiled and spoke ami- ably when I asked her about tho fate of China's former No. 2 fig- ure. Asked whether news of Lin's actions and death would be pub- lished In China, Miss Wang said she did not know. The conversation took place shortly after reports reached here that Algerian newspapers were quoting the Chinese em- bassy in Algiers as giving de- tails of Lin's treachery and death. LIKE WINE Austrians drank more than 10 gallons of wine per capita In 1971. FOR SALE GREEN GABLES RACE TRACKS AND RANCH 320 acres of open, choice pasture land with Race Tracks: 440' straight away, mile oval, steel rail all round. Outdoor arena, and holding pens with loading chute. One barn 40'xl60' holds 78 horses. Office In barn, good well and pressure tanks in barn. Annex arena 60'xl60' painted inside and out. Excercise yard with plank fence. Judges stand, concession booth, office and storage room, well at concession. Large parking area with lovely view of surrounding country. New, eight horse starting gate, painted. Above mentioned buildings, and fences built in 1971. 8 horse barn with upstairs hay area, office and machine shed attached, hay thed with feeders on both sides, 1 small barn with hay area on side; 3 corrals; also round training corral, runs and small feeders for each. Good well and 2 water tanks. Yard well fenced with page wire. 2 small exercise runs in yard. Pump house and bachelor living quarters. All buildings in A-l condition. Both quarters fenced and cross fenced In thirds with page wire. West quarter has good well and large tank. Another large hay shed with feeders on each tide, on north end of quarter. West quarter no buildings, kept for pasture only. One mile from Rimbey, Alberta on good grave! rood; three paved highways; east, south and west. Terms can be arranged. CONTACT! GREEN GABLES RANCH RIMBEY, ALBERTA HOPE FOR THE BUBBLE BABY Doctors at the Texas Children's Hospital believe David the 10-month-old "bub- ble is ready for treatment of his rare Inability to resist ordinary germs. David has been in a sterile plastic bubble since five seconds after he born, Sept. 21, 1971. The hospital will not release David's last name but stated that his older brother died of the same complica- tions. your lengtfi conservation, food production, agricultural management, fashion dosiqn, merchandising nnd others. And the demand lor graduates in industry and government is high. Talk lo us so we can tell you more. on worn You have your own ideas about what you want to in lite, 03 a person and as a citizen of (ho world. It's possible that courses of study that will help you reach ambitions nre available in" Alberta's Regional Collage system. Courses such as ecological and environmental sciences. M The- registrar- In-, nun. Olds Cnllcgv, Oiiis, Aliorta Collciio, AlbcrU Vermilion rolli.ijt.., Vt'ini.iion, Albcrtfl his style He opened up the north with baling wire, canvas and courage-and maybe the thought of Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner waiting when he made it back home. Alberta's original Pilsner has logged a lot of miles and quenched a lot of thirsts in nearly fifty years; and it tastes as good today as it did way-back-when. Slow-brewed and naturally aged for men who appreciate the down-to-earth flavour of an honest, old-time beer. Try it. TRADITION yOU CAN TASTE FROM THE HOUSE OF LETHBRIDGE ;