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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGB HERALD Thursday, October i 1. 1 102-storey Empire State building may regain title NEW YORK (AP) CM the 102-slorcy Empire Slate HmlcV.np; como back? Can the skyscraper regain the title of world's tallest building Iliat it held tor al- most years? Arcliitect Robert W. Jouc-.s says yrs. Wilh Hie Empire State about to slip to lliird place on tlie tallest list, Jones has sug- gested building an addition to leapfrog back to No. 1. Under tentative proposals by Jones, tlie IG-storcy tower atop Hie Empire State would be torn down and the six storeys below remodelled as part of a new Sli-storey struc- ture built up from the 80th floor. This would bring lire Em- pire Slate to 113 storeys and a height of feet, or Ml feet higher than, the twin 110- storey towers of the World Trade Centre here which ecl- ipsed the Empire State in 1970. It would also >14 feet higher than the 110-storey Sears Tower now under con- struction in Chicago. Eyewitness report S- Infants died in study WASHINGTON (AP) Sena- .or Edward Kemraly says 45 in- fmils died in a 1858 AnKClcs study on ways of reducing tho high mortality rale "of pre- mature infants. He sairt yesterday tlie Infantss wore in a group that were given antibiotics in an effort to determine most effective treat- ment. He said 45 Infants receiving chloramplieiucol died. "All of tlie infants came from the same socio-economic generally poor, uneducated THE CASUALTIES South Vietnamese wounded lie In o ward filled far beyond capacity in a hospital ward at Thu Due, South Vietnam. They were wounded in the bilter fight lo rclako Hi? northernmost provincial capital of Quang Tri. _____ Michael Maclcnr Is a Ca- nadian correspondent basctl in London for Canada's CTV television network. He now is Jn Hanoi on assign- in third trip to North Vietnam. He filed the iollowing report Wednesday to CTV and The Associated Press. By MICHAEL MACLEAR HANOI (AP) I witnessed the attack which destroyed the French diplomatic resi- dence, seriously injuring the delegation head, Pierre Su- sini, and killing n French woman diplomat anil five of his Vietnamese staff. We were filming one mile away when at least three jets swooped repeatedly over the heart of the capital Wednes- day. It was lunch hour. 1 counted at least a dozen sort- ies by jets and watched as one, defying heavy anti-air- craft fire, dived very low, droppin g two h ombs. There was no possibility of pilot error. They were attack- ing very low over the centre of the Tlie area hit is the diplomatic quarter and there are no Vietnamese min- istries or factories anywhere near. I witn essed and f il med dead taken from rubble of the I French residence, which was shorn in half. French Consul Christian Calvy told me the attack came without warning. lie called it too horrible for wort's. He said he could not even imagine French and world reaction. There were at least tlu-ee bombings. There are five unknown dead in the cent ral area, and probahly seven. I saw the French delegation head at St. Paul's Hospital in Hanoi. YOUR '-W'" _. .__ K--I PARTI NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each, correct answer. 1 Team' Canada won its series against the Soviet national team after scored the final goal in the eighth B.nd final game. a-Phil Ksposito b-Paul Henderson c-Jean-Paul Parisa 2 Because of a dispute over who would referee tlie final game of the series, a compromise had to be arranged. At the center of the dispute were the two (CHOOSE QlN7E: West German, East German) officials who had referred the sixth game of the series, 3 Claude Wagner is Leader of the Quebec Party. a-Liberal b-Soclal Credit c-Progressive Conservative Denmark's voters approved their government's plans to join the European Economic Commu- nity. True or False? B In editorials published on its 23rd anniversary, the Communist government of China called the nation's mostdangerous er.emy. a-the United States b- Japan c-the Soviet Union PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. I.....archipelago a-rule by military in emergency b-mililary trial c-inquiry to obtain in- formation from par- ticipant in military mission d-group of islands E.....Cuart martial e-coral reef Island 2.....marlial law 3.....atoll 4.....debriefing PART IV PICTURE QUIZ 5 POINTS As Immigration, I helped v.-clc'jrni. Borne ot Asian refugees to Canada. am I ___ PART III NAMES IN TH-E NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the clues. 1.....Walter Scheel 2.....Zulfikar AH Bhutto a-PJ-Hstant President of Bhutan HOW DO YOU RATF.? 71 L.i 80 Good. 91 11 JCCi e.-.r.n TOP SCOREI 61 lo 70 pc-nfi Fair, 81 n CO f.t Under? H'mn FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION What v.c.If! you like; to fie'; in the 'Aay of future Foreign 3.....Jigme Wangchuck Minister 4.....Kakuei Tanaka 5.....George Shultz 109-7? d-K Minister- B--U.S. Treasury Secre- tary VtC, Inc RECOVERY UNCERTAIN Ho had extreme facial burns, and was still uncon- scious. A doctor said it was diffi- cult to say if tlie diplomat would survive, hut the doctor believed lie could. One French diplomat theo- rized that the bombs were a forced drop from a damaged jet, but this diplomat added he was inside the residence at the time of Hie altack and did not see the plane. I did, and the low-tutting jet was not damaged. Several planes made sev- eral sorties. I saw at least three jets. The Canadian mili- tary attache here, a Maj. Dupuis, says be saw five or six over the city centre. Susini bad been greeting the Albanian ambassador out- side the residence when the bombs dropped. The Albanian escaped with lesser injuries. Another French diplomat said: "This happens in Viet- nam every day and the world pays no attention, Now it wril." A British attache said, "The United States has gone too he said. Kennedy said the ex- periments were conducted al the newborn unit Los Ange- le? County Hospital and were rer.ovted to him in an advance I copy of an arlicle to tie nub- I lishcd in World Magazine. As a result of the fxis Ange- les experiment and a Tuskegee la., study in which 200 black leu were denied treatment in study of syphilis, Kennedy' aid a health subcommittee he hairs will investigate life- jeriments on humans. He said the subcommittee viil hold hearings early next year. 'ROJECT DEFENDED In Los Angeles, Dr. Joan Hodgman, the physician w h o Consultant considered onductcd tlie infant sludy, de- ended the project, saying it vas conducted with pcudence. "It was a good scientific [tidy and it is now being ques- ioned after the tact for politi- cal reasons. Tlie rules Uiat ap- plied 14 years ago are not the same as today." Dr. Paul Wehrle, director of pediatrics at Los Angeles bounty-USC Medical Centre, said tliat at (he lime the study was conducted, newborn nurs- eries in hospitals across tlie United Slates were being pla- gued by an epidemic ol slaphylococcus Infections thai were lethal in many cases, par- ticularly among premature In- fants. Hodgman and Wehrle said the standard procedures at hos pitals all over the in 1958 was to administer penicil lin, streptomycin or phenicol to infants at risk. They said lour groups of in fants were selected for the Lc Angeles survey. Thirty-tw were in the untreated or uncon rolled groups, 3I) received chlo- amphcntcol, 33 received o wnicillin and streptomycin ombinalion and 31 received a .treptomydn penicillin clilo- combination. TESTS SURPRISE Wehrle said that much to ev- eryone's surprise, the results revealed thai the greatest num- of babies died in the two jroups that received chloram- >hcnicol. said that it has been known since 1951 that chloram- [ihcnicol has a severe toxic ef- fect on tissues lhat produce blood cells. He said using the drug seven years later raised an ethical is- sue. It might have been more appropriate to administer lesls to animals. Wehrle said lhat while It known that chloramphenicol was harmful lo the elderly, it was not there stilJ is no the drug was harmful to the blood formation of newborns. 1972 COLOR CLEARANCE ,95 EDMONTON (CP) Tlie Al- berta Liberal parly ts consid- ering hiring a consultant to en- quire into circumstances sur- rounding construction of the Al- berta Resources Railway, says Liberal party leader Bob Rus- sell. Mr. Riisscll said in a pre- pared release Hie independent inquiry was planned because the "Lougheed government has refused to act" on an earlier request for a judicial inquiry j into AHR. The consultant would cxanv e the routing of the railway long the section between Grande Cache and Grande Prairie which was washed out in June by a flood, he said. CNR engineers say costs of re- pair may run as high as S20 million. Mr. Russell said the consul- tant also would study the agree- ment between the CNR, which operates (he line, and the Al- iierla government. A decision lo extend the line north ap- peared sudden and may have involved compromises in its de- velopment or insufficient re- search into flood patterns along the Smoky, which had flooded. 19" RCA PORT. Automatic Tuning, Accu. malic Color and Tint. Reg. 4549.95. CLEARANCE 20" RCA PORT. Aulomolic Tuning, Cla Malrix, Accumnltc Color and Tint. Reg. CLEARANCE 22" RCA CONSOLE Walnut Cab.. Aulo- malic Tuning, Accu. Color. Reg. 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