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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Junv LETHBRIOGE Broken Daisy NDP leader David Lewis and his plane's co-pilot survey the damage to Daisy One, his campaign aircraft, which was grounded Wednesday because of a cracked cylinder in one of the engines. Mr. Lewis hopes to resume campaigning in the Corvair today. For generations the Russians made a vodka from potato spirits. Now, we introduce to Canada a vodka which is a delicate blend of fine grain and potato spirits. ROSTOV VODKA China's nuclear blast extra menace LONDON (CP) China's 16th nuclear test, .viewed in the context of renewed at- mospheric experiments by France and India's first nuclear explosion, has heightened world concern about radioactive fallout and the possible future threat of atomic warfare. Some observers suggest the situation is particularly worri- some in the light of China's continuing rivalry with the Soviet Union. The latest Chinese test, ap- parently part of a Peking pro- gram of developing nuclear warheads for long-range mis- siles, may also be designed as a warning to Moscow that China cannot be attacked with impunity. The Chinese seem genuinely concerned over Soviet military intentions. This is reflected in the huge military and civil defence projects reported currently under way in China. The Russians, who have ac- cused Mao Tse-tung of "behaving like con- tinue to marshal many thousands of troops along the border while building more barracks and allweather roads in the sprawling frontier area. The propaganda battle be- tween the two communist giants also is becoming more intense, Some experts doubt that the hew Chinese explosion was a direct answer to India's earlier 'nuclear test since there was too little time for Chinese technicians to have completed the necessary arrangements. But the Chinese may have concluded that India is getting Soviet support in the nuclear field to help undermine China's strategic position. Officially the Chinese insist their nuclear program is defensive in character and aimed at challenging "the hegemony or the two world super-powers The Chinese test may, how- ever, diminish the effec- tiveness of Peking's portrayal as an advocate of peace Mail code no problem in Alberta EDMONTON (CP) The new postal code has created no real problems for the officials of the Alberta postal district, assistant postal code officer Fred Tucker said Wednesday Mr. Tucker said that more than 40 per cent of mail in Alberta is coded and that nine million names of residents and businesses have been coded and a record made of those issued. The implementing of the postal code is not progressing as smoothly in Saskatchewan, where postal officials are concerned about fellow workers in Quebec who want to do away with the code because of .its involvement with automation. But Ron Bland, district postal director for Saskatchewan, said that the code is not being abandoned and its use by the public is intended to speed up mail. Mr. Bland said that the public should not be misled by the Quebec workers since they do not speak for the post office. In Saskatchewan the postal code is experiencing some difficulties with people using incorrect codes, but already 44 per cent of mail through Saskatoon and Regina are using it, he said Gasoline readily available TORONTO (CP) Canadian motorists travelling in the United States will find gasoline readily available in most areas with Maryland the only state restricting quantities, the U.S. Travel Service said Wednesday. Maryland limits motorists to a purchase of eight gallons at one time. Six other states have a quota system for sales to American motorists but it does not apply to Canadian travellers, said the .travel service-in a news release. It said an American Automobile Association. (AAA) survey indicated 90 per cent of local service stations in Colorado. Utah. Montana. North Dakota. South Dakots and Utah are open after 6 p.m. weekdays and 76 per cent are open Sunday. If s legal to list occupation SASKATOON (CP) The returning officer for Saskatoon Humboldt has ruled that it is perfectly legal to list the occupation of the Liberal candidate in the riding as minister of justice. The Progressive Conservative candidate. Gene Rheaumc. had questioned the legality of listing Otto ling's occupation as minister of justice on ihc grant of poll form Returning officer Walter Pappenfus said the question of legality came up at the last federal election at which time he checked with the chief returning officer in Ottawa WELCOME ABOARD The term cheechako. applied to newcomers to the Yukon at the time of the 1898 Gold Rush, comes from the Chinook words cbee, meaning new. and chako. meaning to come Come to DUNLOP FORD and Save During Their STOCK NO. 1693A 1968 Torino GT Convertible Maroon with white top, V8, auto., P.S., P.B., radio. STOCK N0.1S03A 1970 Marquis 4 Door Sedan Green, gold in color. V8, auto., P.S P.B., radio. STOCK NO. 1S46A 72 Montego MX 2 Door Hardtop Yellow and gold in color. V8 auto., radio. s 2995 STOCK NO. 1448A 1972 Pinto 2 Door Bright orange in color, 4 cyl., 4 speed, radio. 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