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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta EAII after centuries of slow decline may be at hand for one of ancient Home's most spectacular FINAL monuments, the Colosseum. Rapidly succumbing to modern assault from auto fumes, Iraffic vibrations and industrial pollution, (he historic arena has been partially closed to protect sightseers from chunks of falling masonry.liclow led, disappointed tourists on the outside anxiously looking In and, right, cleet ecaffoldiDff covering the south wall. Legend in the Middle Ages had it that when the Colosseum falls, the world vlll fall. W9r IT w W Third Section Lethbridge, Alberta, Thursday, November 2, 1972 Pages 27 to Alabama governor recovering from Wallace: life must go By JON with the fact of Itself, the governor he will do, It Is likely crippled in the legs, if has never seen any the governor will use the New York Times the only lasting damage prove that Bremer was to indicate that his MONTGOMERY, Ala. by the bullets tired in concert with other ambitions have not ter more than live months Bremer as "I have no permanently abandoned. pain and self-doubt, in Maryland him (Bremer) and appearance now tends te George C. Wallace of 16. But the spinal cord he said. "I hope be more contemplative Is beginning to emerge he suffered at that asked for his own it strikes some as If the shock of the assassin's also paralyzed his wounds and his struggle for lets that had crippled his body, and deprived him will not discuss had summoned a_ mellow- bitions as wen as his of his bladder and future with that may have existed Still far from the fiery, and other normal in the heat of this Mm before but rarely exhaustible campaigner these were the election campaign in public. stunned the nation In a that had sought neutrality by my he says, of presidential primary him he is only Interested for his euphemism for ries in the early spring, to the trauma in his own shooting, "I'm a little more lace's health has reached nature of the injury was hasn't the time or of the suffering other point of relative of pain. Sharp, participate in partisan have endured. Now 1 His physicians still fear throbbing pain that really understand the a secondary infection could yield to drugs has it is expected that the of people who don't have peril his life because his paradox of his of the Tuesday things that most of us take reserves remain is no sensation below evince the first strong granted. I know I now ap- from a long battle with infection. But they are now except for its statement from Wallace since the attempt on his life. what being In excel- that the last of the Nixon wins a health means more than abcesses implanted by for the assassination victory, as the polls I was shot." wounds ones that Jeopardized his recovery nave now been eliminated. Moreover, Wallace, 53 years old, appears to have reconciled himself to the crushing money in panning pect that he will never walk independent of heavy (CP) collects enough gold dust, from the river bank. He braces or other devices hasn't given up cash it in at a local it into the sluice box give scant send it to the separates the heavy "It's difficult to accept Biollo goes down to from the fine sand and life has to go he said in no money to with his shovel, sluice and then passes the sand series of conversations last week. "There are still a lot in says the 54-year-old steamfitter. "I just like to J ;i separator called a grizzley, screen and pump and the grizzley which separates it more. things I can do and I am for tiny flecks fine black sand and gold to be alive as Biollo operates along as fine as drops on a screened blan- "Naturally, there are Saskatchewan River gold here would take This is mixed with mercury when I get despondent, but he's also 600 colors to make the size picks up the gold from that's beginning to go away. McLeod River near black sand. The mercury is don't have those real bad Cherry Creek near been panning through a chamois and riods of depression any B.C., and worked since he was 13 vears amalgam is heated to drive His family, staff and Gold Consolidated used to make my the mercury and leave the still try to buoy his spirits Creek near that way during the optimistic talk about the full in the a lot of hard work for storation of his physical the last 10 years of the summer, he's A you get out oE he says. Those who know him about four ounces of Biollo starts out by then, most hobbies don't that the governor could about ?23 an ounce. up a shovel of gravel You just enjoy them." Another wuidoiv to the human body Nuclear physics aids doctors By C. G. McDANIEL AP Science 4 Centre in Chicago with radioactive material obtained recently developed radioactive materials still light frequencies which ere recorded on film. High concen- from the nearby may soon make it of radioactivity -are CHICAGO (AE) National for smaller hospitals to as more intensely dark physics is providing similar or "hot on the with another window to Dr. Ernest W. material, human of the medical centre's the patient's medicine specialists While the x-ray continues medicine taken up in the body by the scan pictures just provide helpEul views, the recently come of age scaning has come higher levels than In other parts of the radiologists interpret x-rays. They can diagnose disease from bone scan can provide views these tests in bone, it Is taken up of "hot or the some abnormalities beEore time-consuming and levels where there oE them. are seen on x-ray and less sensitive bone, new bone, early detection of malig- And these nuclear scans now bone or remodelling makes possible earlier also sometimes eliminate of the leclinology SPOTS' more successful treatment, need for only major palient lies on a well as more conservative These highly perform the bone radiation detectors he said. tests are performed on give a picture of what below sweep his are useful, too, hi find- five patients a day at or not detectors pick up the source of pain when Presbyterian-St. Luke's the entire impulses and convert is no clear-cut cause, Fordham said. scans can show in bone whether Just one bone CO involved or several, he said. And they are useful in diagnosing rickets and spinal tuberculosis and a number of other bone even gout. BUYCANADA SAVINGS officers to ATAC board VICTORIA (CP) R. G .Le-Francois, president of Nordalr Company of Montreal, was Tuesday chairman of START SOMETHING GOOD board of the Air Transport Association of Canada. Other officers elected during annual meeting of the asso- were R. A. Morrison, vice-chairman, and John f second vice-chair- Morrison Is vice-pres- of sales and marketing of oE Winnipeg, and Mr. is president ol Helicopters of Calgary- V, J -i x C. Morrison oE Ottawa will as Eull-time president the association. L H buys firm (CP) Trimac announced hero the pur- i oE Lolmcr Canada lid., -X private Ottawa based waste company. basically a Inick company, said acquisition would extend company's Interest in waste wluch it first cn-ered last year with formation oE Dominion Waste Management Lid. In Calgary and Edmonton. AVERAGE ANNUAL INTEREST TO purcliaso Is subject to approval from regulatory bod- and Iho price was not disclosed. ;