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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE ItTHBRIDGE IIERA1D l 16, 1 spy comes m irom V atening world nnd de- llio iiir powers hi pry ;md provoke. 2ti, was an intelligence analyst fui Lrnve years with Ihe mysterious National Security Agency prehnps the most secretive of all U.S. government and following publi- cation of bis story in the radi- cal lie has MirffitTd to rxphin why he did ii. Mr. FelKviK'k is Lin anti- war ai.'livist ihesc like Sci there the pass xat in the Berkeley offices under the lofty Guevarn posters and the angry gaze uf editors Peter Collier aad IXivid wlio he- th orlluMfox 'Iliey had a videophone ation. Kosygin was cry- told turn he was a hern lie had imide tbo achievement in Kus- ni; lory towards Hie few nilmik'S lie began falling apart, suying: '1 don't want to die, you've to do something.1 Then there was just a scream as he [lied Mr. Felhvork enlisted in the r.S. Air Force at the age of 20 and was recruited while serv- ing into the NSA. He worked for (he intelligence agency at lis toning posts in Turkey nml South Vietnam, lie was released from active duty on Oct. 29, This much the Pentagon confirms. Like Ihcr intelligence men, lip took an oalh not to reveal what he luul done tor the NSA; lays; ami j but now Kelhvock believes his whose [oath is no longer binding: he Pentagon nuurt mnko sure there are "no him lo more Yielnams" and nlerl the world to "the American mill- j tary tbrent." Fcltwoek'.s chief "revelation" i -that the U.S. lias broken all j Soviet etxles and knows virtu- i of Itampartij utlv nil the world's military anil of diplomat ie secrets is strong ly rionied hy U.S. officials. Ex- perts in tlio Held of cryplo- anulysis also say that wliile vineed lum ttu.l "even nations like tho Soviet I'liicm weie nul the clangor I had always hei'ti teii to believe they were." llo finds a dear U.S. inten- tion to (lit? Keel Menace, so thai the American can be persuaded of the need for huge military .spend- orisis (if cms- during his ser- vice in Vietnam, He-fore tbiit he luvixl Ins work. "It was excit- ing, knowing all the seerel.s hul in it wasn't a more. 11 r relied on memory, or re donnncnliilioik for y? Hainpai is editor for i'Vhwock: think really want o that Hl'ltN HATS BKJ.FOH'l', Franco (Router) l-'ircmen used svelilijij; tor- ches to frighten hnmlret's (if bats iuexpliealily in- vaded hospital ward lie-re Sunday, forcing tho evacuation of torrifieil palicnts. The win- dows of the ward were filing open as firemen dtased the bals oul m roast- ing some of the creatures alive. JUTS I'M Jil'OT CANNKS, J-'ranec n ;i rid A c rfr- 10 1'SK.tyW. it SI suit filtd hy the party the f Ho -Klertion I Mcr a break- j watchdog numeri Tricks.'1 "I like this Booker said. "I'm going to lake him with me when I go out on the street late at night anrl no- body is going to come around and bother me." KfJ Capt. Jack Auerbadi saifJ the police don't make a practice of supplying spjm; dog.s to no matter great need, but Uookcr v.as lucky. i He bar! written the mayor's cornrnissior1 on sc'ivice.s to tlie aging last month about his problems thieves, anrl j the fetter passcfl onto tho I KD Corps. ''Al Ihe tirnc. f bar! an ex- tra that didn't make, (he grade as a police patrol Aucrbat'h said. "Normally dogs are returned to ov.T.tr.s, but in this case the: owner didn't want (lie dog f v.'ij.s holding hiim thinking fifxjiil iising fiim for a rna.scot Instead he the big rnonth-rjlrl purebred Oerrnnn j shrrphcrd t'j ISwiker. and Mr. in IOVR carh pt a i n V.TTO f-rtlly f r -A hose %rnm with hirn in the Kr.rlh Chilarlfrlh v, iff; nrA live heart of :i h'-TB in Ihf A rr-ti.wi s going "to stay right SIMPSONS To-day you can get all the practicality you want in our wildest most up-to-date cable shag, 'on 40 sq. yds., enough to carpet the average living room, dining room and hall 3 Days Only Now, sbtif) lovers, a now Iwisl in our lousier.) cnsiiiils r.hag Ihick slnnd-iip hlircs loticjh ;is II is (or "Wyndmoor" ir> n practical carpel ol Dn Ponl r.ertilicd spun nylon, rurjfjori enough lo 0.0 in any room ot Iho house. No problem to maintain fluff il up now and then with a shag rako and vacuum cleaner. Most spots and stains can be wiped up with a damp cloth il taker, on kids and pels ease. Durable fibres are lulled into nylon needle punched polypropylene primary backing (o' heller appearance arm tutl bind. Additional jule backing '..lability. And it you buy now you can save on 'ID yris enough lo r.arpot Itu- avffiagr: living room. dining room and hall. You'll love 12' widths, 6 11.99 yd. Save sq. yd. sq. yd. Quality Costs No More at Simpsons-Scars JSTORE HOURS: Opon Dciily ci.m. lo p.m. rind Fridoy 9 n.m. lo 9 p.m. Centra Villain. 328-9231 ;