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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, September 16, 1974 News in brief Buenos Aires bombed BUEi.OS AIRES (API-At least 25 bombs exploded in front of businesses, bank branches and apartment buildings in Ihis Argentine capital Sunday and today, police said Hospital sources said four !or pei sons were admitted emegcncy treatment. Montonero guerrillas, who have vowed a "people's war" against President Isabel Feron's government, claimed responsibility for five bom- bings in a communique Sun- dav Nevada flood kills 9 NELSON. Nev. (AP) A flood has left two persons dead and seven believed buried under tons of debris at a Colorado River boat landing The flood, a 40-foot-high of water caused by thunderstorms, roared out of the mountains down the nor- mally dry El Dorado Canyon and wiped out Nelson's Landing late Saturday. Montrealers on foot MONTREAL (CP) About one million commuters were left without public trans- portation today as the union representing the city's bus drivers decided not to allow its members to cross picket lines set up by striking garage and maintenance workers. A spokesman for the transit commission said no buses left municipal garages following the decision by the Brotherhood of Bus Drivers, Metro Operators and Allied Services. Wilson readies manifesto LONDON (Reuter) Prime Minister Wilson will launch Britain's general elec- tion campaign tonight with the publication of the Labor party manifesto. The document will be the subject ot a final strategy meeting today between ministers an.d the Labor par- ty's national executive. Its main emphasis will be on good industrial relations, ob- servers said. Prairie accidents kill 8 THE CANADIAN PRESS At least eight persons were killed in accidents during the weekend on the Prairies, including two men in shooting incidents. A Canadian Press survey from 6 p.m. Friday night to midnight Sunday showed there were three deaths in both Saskatchewan and Alberta and two in Manitoba. Tribe threatens war BONNERS FERRY. Idaho (APi Church ceremonies which were to be a rallying point for a 65-member Indian tribe threatening war on the United States were attended by 10 members of the tribe and five other people Sunday. The services were un- interrupted, although there'd a man with a going to shell been rumors bazooka was them. The Kootenay tribal council sent a resolution to President Ford last week saving a declaration of war will be issued unless the government agrees to negotiate a treaty with the tribe. Kennedy has 4good chance' SAN FRANCISCO lAP) Senator Edward Kennedy says that if he decides to seek the United States presidency in 1976 he thinks he has "a good chance to win the (Democratic party) nomina- tion and a reasonable chance to win the election. During a two-day tour in California, the Massachusetts Democrat said he will an- nounce his decision late this year or early next than he said he would. Kennedy said in interviews Saturday that the question rests largely on personal con- siderations. He did not elaborate 'Nixon promised pardons' NEW YORK (AP) Richard Nixon promised while president to pardon former aides H R Haldeman and John Ehrlichman, then refused at the last minute to take the action. Time maganne reports "You don't have anvthing to worry about I'll take care of you." Time quoted Nixon as telling Haldeman and Ehrlich- man on April 29. 1973. The promise came just hours before Nixon persuaded the two men to resign in the face of mounting Watergate charges, the magazine says. Burned liner docked _ WEST. 'APi The scorched luxury cruise ship Cunary Ambassador docked here safely Sunday as owners and insurers began BRIDGE RUG DRAPES LTD. FREE ESTIMATES Phone 329-4722 COU.EGE MALL surveying the liner to determine the extent of damages suffered in a two-day fire They're still letting some smoke out.' said a United Slates Coast Guard .spokesman in Miami He said ih'1 was towed in SuTidai .iHernnon, a da> after fir and rf 'sr "o'Tir TI lor a dpmorr 'ration rM the Royal D or any other aid Irom Zenith line o1 more 1han 20 quality aids at no toM or obi'gallon B-ytienc-s -foraM o1 hearing aids quality in brfrjf 1hf wt LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. F A. LEISTER, Cmtlftod Hraring Aid ArtHcAOflfM Hr lomg ihs hard o1 hearing since 1943 Paramount Theatre BWg. Phone 328-4080 327-2272 African bees swarming through Mexico and reaching the United States is still years away, but the federal govern- ment is financing research now into ways of stopping the natural migration If that is nol feasible, the government will settle for breeding out some of the bees' aggressiveness Prof Orley R TayJor of the University of Kansas has just completed a department of agriculture mission passed on their behavior traits to olhrr strains Africanized bees are now abundant throughout Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay and Peru and have been found as far north as French Guiana The northward movement of 1bc bees was once believed to be abmil 200 miles a year. the latest research puts