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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wddniwdery, December Z, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGB HEKAIO X9 Snooping flights halted WASHINGTON (AP) TJ.S. sources say American surveil- lance flights along the Suez canal were stopped more than three weeks ago, about the time they say the buildup of Soviet missile sites along the water- way's west bank came to a halt. Officials declined Monday to connect the developments, but a great deal of recent contro- versy over the roles played in the Middle East by the two su- perpowers concerned the recon- naissance flights and the missile site construction. No reason was provided for the halt in the flights by the high-flying American U-2 planes and officials declined to com- ment on reports that Egypt had made a tough protest about the surveillance. They did acknowl- edge the Cairo government called in U.S. diplomats to dis- cuss the situation. The reconnaissance missions started when the original Arab- Israeli ceasefire went into effect last June when the United States took upon itself the task of policing the troubled truce in answer to an Israeli demand. At that time Hie United States Informed Cairo of the flights and urged the Egyptians not to consider the reconnaissance missions as provocations. The U.S. message said the Egypt- ians "understood" the situation. But the Egyptians have indi- cated of late they don't under- stand the situation, at least not any more. Rock 'n' roll singers held for robbery HARRISBTJRG, Pa. (AP) Ttree members of a rock 'n' roll group called the Zodiac have been charged in the bank robbery here last week, FBI agents said. Singer John Choram Lutz Jr., H, was charged with robbery nd conspiracy late Thursday he was arrested at his home, the FBI said. Arrested earlier were Milton S. Bron Jr., 24, charged with robbery and conspiracy, and Terry Lee Brown, 23, held on charges ofreceiving stolen property and conspiracy, the FBI said. Agents said they have not re- covered the money, which was taken from the Kline village branch of the National Bank and Trust Co. of Central Penn- jylvank Nov. 19. 'BIG MAN' TALKING "Big deputy minister of information of the Black Panther Party, speaks at a sidewalk news conference in Washington. Canada completes relief airlift DACCA (CP) Canada com- pleted its relief airlift to cy- clone-battered East Pakistan today with all indications show- ing that supplies are getting to those who need them. The last of 12 Yukon aircraft employed retailed to Canadian Forces Base Trenton, Ont., last night. The Yukons and one Boeing 707, manned by crews from 437 Squadron of Air Transport Com- mand, flew more than miles and carried 203 tons of blankets, tents, medical sup- plies and food. Lt.-Col. G. W. Webb, military adviser to the airlift, said here Monday that he watched loading of boats and aircraft carrying the relief supplies south to the stricken delta region and exam- ined the Dacca warehouses where goods were initially stored. "Everything we have brought In has moved to the disaster he said. "There's no evidence that much of the supplies are disap- pearing en Pakistani army is supervising movement closely." Until last week, It had ap- peared that relief supplies being transported to Dacca by dozens of foreign countries faced lengthy delay in local ware- houses before moving to the delta region, where an esti mated persons were killed by a cyclone and tida wave Nov. 12. However, by the middle of the week the logjam had broker with British, American, French and German troops assisting in the movement of supplies to the stricken area. The emergency airlift of Ca nadian relief supplies is to b followed up later with aid sen by ship. TEA POISONING NQHTHGATE, England (CP) Publican Micheal Beaslej had the bitter taste of defea when he tried to break th world tea-drinking record. II drank 67 cups in three hour and was only 13 cups awa from victory when he had to be dragged off to hospital to hav the tea pumped out of his stom ach. IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Ave. S. Telephone 328-4214 MACLEODS THE BOSS SAYS WE'RE So we have rented extra space in front of our store in Centre Village Mall so we can clear these models. Never before were prices lower on color TVs, dishwashers, stereos, electric dryers, etc. SAVE 10.00 BEATTY DRYER 7 POUND FAMILY SIZE CAPACITY Porcelain Tub Regular 219.95 NOW 209 Westinghouse 30" ELECTRIC RANGE Self cleaning oven, Rolisserie and timer. SPECIAL .95 Westinghouse DELUXE ELECTRIC RANGE 30" size with broiler, Rotisserie and timer. SPECIAL 319 .00 SAVE 10.50 Westinghouse ELECTRIC DRYER Balanced air flow. Easy reach !in! filler. 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