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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDCE HERAID Monday, Mcirth 27, 197? f Venus revolt crushed SAX SALVADOR the capital, He v.'as freed I Quiet was reptirLtfJ today, j the country under martial Mu. The une nt suid Col. Bcnjiimin Mrjia, avtillei'y com- mander at El Zapote barraekes, facing Hie pcr.sidentlal palace, .-iixl Jose Duarte, a leftist candidate defeated in the I1'eh. 20 presidential election, led the uprising. Both v.'erc arrested and face possible trial, officials said, Sal- v a d o r e a n Jaw provides the death penalty for persons con- victed of subversion. Another defeated presidential candidate. Gen. Jose Alberto Medrauo, was also believed to be under arrest. Sanchez pledged to turn over the government as scheduled on July 1 to President-elect Art wo Armando Molina, .1 narrow win- ner over Uuarte, Mcdrano and twn other candidates in I'ejru- arv. agreement readied WINNIPEG (CP) Manitoba and Saskatchewan have reach- ed tentative agreement with (tie federal government for federal participation in ;i program to on ivay MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet Union announced it launched an spacecraft to Venus Ajjeu men die in blast-Iiro MONTREAL (CP) Two eld- erly men diod and tht'cc lire- men were sent to hospil.i! fol- lowing a three-alarm explosion- firc which swenl through the top floors of a thret-'-storey aparl- mr-nt building in tin; city's itorttt end Sunday night. Firemen found [tie bodies of Andre Sironne, 74 and Eniilien Lr.plantc, 72. in their after Die blaze had been extinguished. A fire department spokesman said the men appar- cully had suffocated. compensate grain f ar in e r s today and thai it is expected to whose crops are damaged by reach the area of the planet in whose crops are damaged migratory birds. The agreement announc- ed .it a news conference attend- ed by Federal Environment Minister Jack and re- sources ministers Leonard Ev- ans of Manitoba and Eiling Kra- mer of Saskatchewan. j The two provinces and Ot- J July. The Soviet nesvs agency Tass said "Vcnera-8" weighs 2.C01 pounds, its on-board sv'.stetns arc functioning normally and once it reaches the of the planet, "the descending craft is to make a smooth de- scenl into the Vemisian atmos- provinces and Ot- j oul sdclllific have set up a waterfowl i v commission at the deputy niin- i Venus 7' isler level to work out final de- ,a t tails of federal participation. si ,s f 2 However. Mi- Davis said 01- i sobft.bnding. lawn has accepted the principle j of paying at least half the cost j of compensation and the KI-OW- I parachute lo the surface Jf ing of lure crops. He said tins j Voni.s using a parachute made would inn into several million cf heat-proof material dollars a year. VenllSt jlle from (he sun, is perpetually covered It's still by clouds so thick "ihat Ihcy LESS CRIME Criminal cases in Japan de- creased to in tlic fir.st !l monlhs of 1S71 from in the same period of Alberta was not represented at the meeting at the ministeri- al level, but that province is also expected to be part of (lie view. The surface" i .program. be very hot. shield the planet's surface fron SEKKS SEAT Mel Hurl- in. above, publisher and one of (he founders of the Coin- niiUct1 for an Independent (.'anaila. snid in Kdntoiiton he will sock the Liberal party niiiiiiniUion in F> d in o n I o n West for the next federal election. He lold a news con- ference he feels the Liberal party hull not 'lone eucuigli lo keep foreign ownership in Camula to a minimum. The seat now is held by Miirecl Lumberl, Progrrssivc Con- servative fiiniticiiil critic. mowing in Quebec GASPE, Quo. (CP) Efforts .o dig out o( a massive spring n o w s I o r m were hampered early today by the continued fall of snow iicvwss the Gaspc peninsula anil Lawrence i'or basin region of ca s [cm Quebec. A. provincial police spokesman said that Highway G encircling the scenic peninsula east cf Hi- mouski liatl been blocked Fri- da y at urday, bu' t hat snow e I o a r n ti c c crews liari opened it up to one lane by Sun- clay night. Xeiuly (wo foot of sr.ow hatl hit (lit1 peninsula and norlli shore St. La wren ce river com- munities since Thursday. 20 TALUS Tl'3 storm heaped 20 inches of .snow on Quebec City Wednes- day and Thursday before mov- ing enst towards Kitntniski, 200 miles northeast and to ths Gaspc region it appears to have set a weather of- fice spokesman said. Resides the peninsula, other areas hard hit were Sqil-Iles and Baic Comcau uti the north CiOI.I) COIN Tlic American gold piece, p o p u I a r 1 y called "double became legal tcndi'i- in 111 19. COM In 1H2i, King iRdward II de- creed that three barleycorns from the centre of an ear of cum equalled one inch. One of ALBERTA'S Oldest and mast success- ful John Deere and General Motors Dealer- ships is expanding Newly modernized building, excellent parts facilities, welt equipped shops. working conditions, good fringe benefits, and fop wages. WE NEED: 1. Licensed Mechanic with John Deere ex- perience, and capable of rebuilding die- sel pumps. 2. Licensed Mechanics with diesel exper- ience, preferably John Deere. 2. Mechanic Trainees with 2 or more years experience John Deere or General Motors 1. Parfsman with John Deere experience and Managerial capabilities. THESE ARE ABOVE AVERAGE OPPORTUNITIES FOR ABOVE AVERAGE MEN. PIEASE WRITE OR PHONE C. HARRY NOTON Manager Operations Service, Crawford Company Limited, Camrose' Alberta PHONE 672-4463 672-5738 new CBC site I'or operations TORONTO (CP) The Sun I says Donald Macdonald, mints-' Icr of energy, minc.s re- sources, is expected to an- i nouncc that the CBC's i English-language hcadquai tcrs i will be located in Jletro Centre 1 in downtown Toronto. j j The newspaper also says To- I ronto's Union Station, which i stands in the path of tlie SI bil- lion development, will be pre- sen'ed as a centre for public exhibits, concerts antt small 1 shops. The Sun says the CBC's tele- vision and radio facilities, now scattered in a number of To- ronto locations, will be consoli- dated in the centre's planned communications building which includes a broadcasting tower and a revolving top floor wilh bars and restaurants. III5AVV SXOW The total snowfall at Kildala Pass ui British Columbia aver- ages 765 inches a year, over a five-year period. Nelson FcOaliSy NELSON (CP) A two-car crash on Highway 3A, two miles west of Nelson, killed Roberta Strachan. 18, of Nel- son. Four others were injured. 1'I.ACE TO PRACTISE Italy's nudist league has es- tablished a special division where men and can practise athletics so it can send representatives to international nudist sjxjrLs contests. AMERICAN MOTORS WITH THE GREATEST GUARANTEE IN THE INDUSTRY ALL 1972 MODELS CARRY A 1 Yettr, Mile Guarantee If anything goes wrong in Ihis timo cmcl it's the fault it wilj be fixed absolutely TO All RAMBtER AMERICAN MOTOR CAR AND JEEP OWNERS On Now arid Continuing Thru April ANNUAL FREE SPRtNG CAR CLINIC This will allow you lo have factory trained methanfcs check your car comiilcfiijy with a 10 pain[ checV a I no cosl, or any obligation to you, our customer, whonrt wo liave served for over 23 years, Phone 327-2750 FOR APPOINTMENT NOW BROUGHT TO YOU BY IS CO. LTD. Corner of 3rd Avc. and 3rd St. S, who also offers you Complete mechanical 9 New car dept. 8 Used cor depl. We stocked porls dcnl. Body shop qualified to !al" onj 'enlcl1' cover all repairs WESTERMARK AUCTION SALES SERVICE BOX 777 SHELBY, MONTANA, U.S.A. FARM MACHINERY COMBINES TRUCKS AUCTION ESTATE SALE FRANCIS GAGNON CHESTER, MONTANA Sole Sile: 10 Miles south of Chester on Montono Slate High- way 223 (Fort Benton Good paved highway. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1972 Register for Safe Cards a.m. Sale Starts a.m. TERMS CASH DAY Or SALE All Financing Arrangements Must Be Made Before Attending Sale] TRACTORS WHEEL TYPE T drive tractor, air cond. factory cab. Caferpillar Model 3150 dienel engine 832 operofing hours on tractor. NOTEr This engine had a complele new block assembly installed Aug. No working hoLpj-i overhoul. x 1 x26 single tiffts. Tractor S, N. 1 -'.30 John Deere irocJor, rnrt-e point hitch, iratror equipped wilh a superior loader, SWATHES 1 T970 John Deere Model 215 A swaiher. 16 ft. liquid-cooled engine. Has cut only 200 acres. BALER T 1970 Massey Ferguson Model No. 12, twine I it-baler, used very lilfle. COMBINE 1 1965 Mattey Harris 510 Combine Model A-13 4600, S. N. 36091, Perkfns diesel engine, 20 ft. header, chopper, grain tank extensions. Factory cab air.condltioner, dual 18.4x4x26 tires, TRUCKS 1-1959 j Ion Ford F- (00 Pickup, rear Pos-A-Tra: 1ires sizo L70-T5. PirScup equipped with fuel tartV and electric 1__I959 F600 f-ord truck, Midwest box end hoist, tip topi, Gyskr farp roller and tarn. 4-1968 -Made! EH714 John Deere 8-ft. by 12" spacing drills wilh John Deere fertilizer attachment, double Meet packers. Deoro Drills. 1 1958 32 ft. Glencofi cultlvalor, Kyd. cyl. Glcncoe rod- 3 hyd. outlefs ort back ilcfe of cjtii- vator, has i J L 15 Hrc-s. 1-1967 26 ft. D. W. olow 20 d4 series, Anderson tuhiva- tor. 4 rows of shanks, cult, carried on 70 wheels, dual full easier in front. 7-ft. ond 6-ft. lino I iff, Gllafhed lo 3-NOBLE BLADES CRUST BUSTER -Si. .-S-foor sections f 1 8 (1.) John Dccrc rotary hoe. 7-CAtKINS ROD WEEDERS TANDEM DISC 1 -19A8 20 it. Model EH IBf John Deere tandem disc, duof 111 15 (ires. "nPLEMENT TRALrER 1-1970 36 ff. Donanue extension- typo inr.plcmenl Ian clem axle trailer. With 7.50x75 ifres. Grain ougcri; Harrows; Grain cleaner; Shop toofs and equipment; Welding equipment; Miscellaneous equipment; Miscellaneous loois and equpmenl; Tanfcs; Household; Iron and pipe; Oil greases; Murs and bolts; ParPs. Deafhs Yesterday Hy THE CANADIAN PRESS Cameron Armer, S7, an adviser (o tlie Canadian government on metnl protJuction during the Second World War. New Dale, 06, a leading Broadway ncfress v.'lio played mnjor eharacier roles in ine 1940s. Dugrc, 58, active in horse-racing circles in Sherbrooke, Que., and Mont- real; apparently of a heart at- tack, E 1 i a It u Pardcs, chief rabbi of Jeru- salem for the last 12 years, and ciiief rabbi of the Sephardic community of Jews originating in Middle. Eastern and African countries. William Nkomo, 57, first black president of the South African Institute of Race Relations; of a heart attack. Kingston, (Pete) Fowler, 37, picture and features editor of The Whig-Standard. DUNLOP FORD APPOINTMENT! MR. BOB DAVIDSON Mr. lyndon F osier. General Sales Manager of Dunlop Ford is pleascd to announce the appoint- j men! of Bob Davidson to their j sales slaff, Boh was born in Winnipeg and moved to Leth- bridge in 1966 where he a1- 1 tender! high school at the L.C.I. Bob is very active in sporls, hockey, water skiing, cycling, car racing and the VMCA. Bob hai been with Dunlop Ford for 2 years and was recently promoted to rhe sales slaff. Bob has olso tompfeted extensive Ford tram- ing courses and is well qualified to look after any motoring re- I quirernent. He extends on In vi lotion to his many friends and lusfomeri to come in and ice him (or any I moforing requirement. SIMPSONS-SEARS Color Splashed Cotton Sheets Now at One Low Price Switch from dul! white to lively color now with these fire qualfty sheets. 141 ihreads per square inch. 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