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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE IETHBR1DCE HERALD Thursday, Mciy in, 1972 Russian 'weapons a getting throi (Renter j Ilns- sians voiml confidence in rtiplo- mnlic circles in Hie Chinese capital today thai suphislicaled Soviet weaponry lor Norlh Viet- nam is through" do- spite Ihc American mining ot Norlh Vietnamese porls. Although Peking's oul'.vard re- sponse lias hcen nulled coin- pared with iLs vociferous sup- port in and North Vi- etnamese diplomats arc letting it be known to other foreign en- voys here thnl the Chinese arc doing all lii'-'y can hi terms of eonoreLo assistance. rail lines running from China to North Vietnam and road links the common border of Ihe I wo countries are likely lo bu utilised fully in the present difficulties facing ship- ping carrying supplies to Hai- phong and other ports, envoys said. At the same Lime, contacts strike VANCOUVER (CP) Civic workers in Delta went on strike at a.m. PDT loday, bring- ing to four the number of great- er Vancouver municipalities where city workers have gone off their jobs. The strike call came in re- sponse to a request by seven Vancouver-area municipalities for a hearing before the British Columbia Meditation Commis- sion to end the strikes. A spokesman for the Cana- dian Union of Public Employ- ees, which represents most of the Delta workers, said 170 in- side and outside employees left their jobs. Besides garbage collection, work in city offices and main- tenance, workers also walked out at municipal waterworks. sewage and plumbing plants. There are workers on strike in Vancouver. Burnaby, New Westminster and Delta. Pattern arc1 believed lit In1 takint; place holh here and in Moscow bo tueen Hit1 Chinese and Russians on increased use1 of Chinese ter- ritory and rail facilities for the sliipnicnl of Siiviet supplies. Until Hit1 AiiKM'icuN blockade, only about hvo I rain-loads of Hoods and equipnionL a week were believed to be crossing China lo from tlio Soviet Union. The North Vietnamese are he- i licvetl lo have approached the Communist "ianls urflinj; them lo let ideological differ- ences within Ihn Marxist camp take a hack seal and respond lo (ho new threat, from ''American imperialism." The New York Times says in a slory from Haiphong, Hanoi's main port, by its London-based1 correspondent Anthony Lewis dial North VicUiamcso officials say they arc clearing Ihe mines from Ilaiphone; harbor and ships are sailing in and out. Lewis j has been in North Vietnam for i about a week. The Times quotes a spokes- man for the Haiphong city ad- ministration as saying that U.S. planes have been dropping1 mines since May 7 although j President Nixon indicated in his May 8 announcement ol the mining that llicy were being dropped thai night. j "And they've been removed." the newspaper quotes Tliuy as j saying. The slory says that independ- ent sources in Haiphong lend to support the North Vietnainese claim. The Times reports that these sources said at least one s h p t h c East German freighter the harbor this week. In Washington, Ihe U.S. gov- ernment said Ihe report is inac- curate. It said there has been no movement in or out of the port since the mines were acti- vated May 11. The U.S. govern- mcnl also said there lias been j no mineswceping by the North Vietnamese. Miss Rosetti heads CWL BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Alcln Bosolli has been elected president of the Blair- more Catholic Women's League. Also elected were vice-presi- dent, Helen Gibos: second vice- president, Pegcy Lloyd: treas- urer, Jean J-tobsou; and secre- tary, Mary Catonio. Conveners be appointed by the president. Mrs. Ann Fantin and Mrs. Jennie licghenas, delegates to the recent diocesan convention held at Calgary, reported. I VSE CLAWS I Claws on the Lips of the Ices are used by the spider to handle silk. 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STEEL SHED FLOORS.......10.88 Ptmilul l'.i H.P. tlcclnc motor with IB" cut. [himne Ijpc loop handle, tat; gauge red sled deck, 6" wheels with semi-ptiEumatic tires and cenlre side 100' EXTENSION CORDS fcr ElEClnc and Dlher zjrflen I'.j-H.P. elecliic motor with push billion slailsr, 18" cut. 5-pnsition linjeilip utetl-adinsteis. Coirosion nrrol deck 2nd chioniE handle. Side discharge. Fclds lor storage. 66.68 GRASS CATCHERS FOR PdOWERS "COMET" BRUME RAKE. 22 tempered ice-In. 19" width, l'.i II. long wooden handle. 4' "COMET" GARDEN RAKE. Gaidtnti s Dow rake with ISrijitllecth. 1" 2" GAROEH SPADE. Shml hanillEd mlh lEmpeiri sleel blade, wooden "D" handle. LONG-HANDLED SPADE Billi lEmHred sled hlide, 8 112" blade. 48" 588 49 SPECIAL BEDDING-OUT -VEGETABLES OSCILLATING SPRINKLERS WATERING CANS BIRD BATHS HEDGE SHEARS GRASS SEED FOLDING FENCE J 87 ''3' Mir.! ilttl ig Jinn 3-PCE. TOOL SET GARDEN HOSE1 HOSE PLASTIC EDGING ORNAMENTAL DUCKS AND FLAMINGOS ri'iit.cFircni'V mists !o-n. gyc nmrei dirt mih 3 ntn sol ccnr.ilicns. Wilt nol nLuble. fO I pi 1 I !Ir liVjiacr fc "r GRILLTIME CHARCOAL DINGHY Hcovy qtmgc PVC PEAT BRAND MANURE (I. 01. 4 O7 Reg. 1.57 cu. ft. p linlc 1 y Ay 50 Hi. bnei 1 .DO LoceitnH in Zcllor's Shoppinrj Cnntro on Mayor Mngrnlh Drive. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Thursday (intl Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171. ;