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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -W.dntidoy, July 9, 1970 THE UTHMIDGE HERALD 23 V.S. Aware Of Tiger Cages SAIGON (AP) A United States embassy spokesman said here American officals arc aware of the existence of so- called "tiger cages" on South Vietnam's prison island Con Son and had repeatedly sug- gested that .conditions there be improved. The spokesman could not say whether the Americans had urged the removal of the cages, in Which several hundred pris- oners on the island are said to be incarcerated. "All that they (U.S. advisers) can do is advise the Vietnamese that certain things be done. the spokesman said. In a formal statement, the spokesman said: "The U.S. mission is aware of shortcomings in the corrections program here in Vietnam. Our advisory effort and assistance are designed to help the Viet namese government to the ex tent we possibly can to improve their system as rapidly and completely as possible." He added: "Of course, the control of this system rests with the ministry of interior of the Vietnamese government." Sino-Soviet Talks Bogged Down MOSCOW (Reuters) Pravda suggested today that the Sino-Soviet border talks in Pe- king have made little or no progress because of Chinese leaders' "unfounded territorial claims" on large areas of Sib- eria. It made no reference to the talks, which began in October, but such an attack on Chinese claims would hardly have been printed if these claims were not still being made in the dis- cussions. Peking has repeatedly de- manded that Russia admit that large areas of its Far Eastern territories were won from China through unequal treaties be- tween imperial Russia and the Chinese emperors. Under-The-Table Commitments NEW YORK (AP) The United States will replace re- cent and future Israeli jet plane losses attributed to missiles fired along the Suez canal until Egypt accepts the American proposal for a temporary cease- fire, The Post reports. The newspaper quotes "relia- ble diplomatic sources" as say- ing the U.S. has made "under- the-table commitments" to "quietly replace" the three Phantom last Tuesday and another on Israel claims were downed by Egyptian ground-to-air missiles supplied by the Soviet Union. The current agreement, says The Post, would apply not only to the recent plane losses but "also would cover replacements for American-made jets Israel might lose in future attempts to knock out the newly operational Egyptian missile defences" in the Suez canal zone. H-Bombs For French Subs PARIS (Reuters) French nuclear submarines will Have their first operational hydrogen bombs at the end of 1975 or early 1976, defence ministry of- ficials said today. The successful hydrogen bomb test Friday over Murora Atoll of French Polynesia in the South Pacific is expected to, en- able France to make up some of the delays in its lagging nuclear program. Three more smaller tests will be held between now and Aug. 15. But because of financial anc technical difficulties, the pro- gram still is at least three years behind schedule, military ex perls said. Police Shakedown System Claimed SEATTLE, Wash. (AP) Testimony during a federal court perjury trial has indicated the existence of a police shake- down and payoff system that may have involved more than annually. M. E. Cook, a retired assis- tant police chief, is on trial for allegedly lying under oath to a grand jury when he denied knowing of any payoff system. Cook, 56, who retired soon after he was indicted in May, has de- nied the charges. Tavern and dancehall opera- tors from Seattle's skid road and predominantly black cen- tral area told the jury during prosecution testimony that they were shaken down by of the vice squad and patrol of- ficers on beats near their Dreaded Death Squad Strikes RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) The dreaded Brazilian death squad, which has killed hundreds of petty criminals over the last two years, ended three months of inactivity re- cently when it killed another two men. The squad, which special gov- ernment investigators say in- cludes policemen, army officers and prison guards, announced the killings as usual to the press in anonymous telephone calls. The corpses of the two vic- tims, Jose Carlos Neto and Rob- erto Damasa, were found in dockland streets riddled with bullets and with nylon cords tied round their necks. HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd Avt. S., THURSDAY, JULY 9th SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE seats with cabinet (ideal for waiting Good dinette table and 4 chairs; Tappan 30" automatic gas range with glass oven door; Dark wood bedroom suite with complete 54" bed, double dresser and chest of draw- ers; Colonial desk; Westinghouse TV; Good 2-piece bed- room suite with complete 54" bed and double dresser; Youth bed; Nice dark red chesterfield and chair; Universal cooler; Admiral TV; 30" gas range; washers; Large room divider; Rollaway bed; 223 cu. in. Ford en- gine; power mowers; Selection of gas and electric ranges; Blue lounge and chair. washers; Wicker rocker; Wicker chair; Electric lawn mower; Metal hat and coat rack; Coffee table and 2 step tables; Corner table; Wood table and 4 chairs; rugs; Wearever pots and pans; Large pressure cooker; Large roaster; swinging doors; Small rugs; Bedspreads; Radio; Record players; 8 mm movie projector; Movie light; Pipe vise; Golf cart; Camp stove; Lamps; Mannequin; Pillows; Blankets; Dishes; step tables; Push lawn mowers; Sewing machine cabinet; Transistor tape recorders. CAMPING TRAILER 1! FOOT BOAT AND TRAILER HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phom 328-4705 1920 2nd t. MhbrMfw BBS TED NEWBY KIITH ERDMANN lie. No. 41 Lie. No. 458 DONTMISS MAYFAIR-VOGUE... 25 YEARS IN BUSINESS (UNDER PRESENT MANAGEMENT) Come In! Share the Cake! Share the Gifts! Take Avantage of the Bargains! DRESSES To beat the mid-summer heat perky shifts, A-line styles, pleats and more pleats. Wash and wear. Rsg. fo 22.00 ANNIVERSARY SALE Reg. 32.00 ANNIVERSARY SALE Reg. 59.00 ANNIVERSARY SALE 9 20" COAT AND DRESS ENSEMBLES In washable fortrels. Sizes 12 to 20, 38 to 44. Regular to 75.00 ANNIVERSARY SALE 2995 to 49-95 FORMALS Dresses to delight and enchant for that special occasion. Regular to 45.00 ANNIVERSARY SALE 9 29 FIVE WEDDING GOWNS Reg. fo 69.95 ANNIVERSARY SAIE 15 ,00 COATS WOOLS CAMELS TWEEDS VELVETS WASHABLE FORTRELS Sizes 8 to 20, 38 to 44 Regular to 75.00' ANNIVERSARY SAL1 RAINWEAR AND UTILITY COATS Reg. to 40.00 ANNIVERSARY SALE THE PANT SUIT LOOK The Pant Suit Pant Dress Dress and Pant 0 Poncho gnd pant Sizes 8 to 18 Regular to 55.00 ANNIVERSARY SALE Reg. to 15.00 ,1 Anniversary SHORT SHORTS TERRYCIOTHS SAItCtOTHS Reg. to 6.00 ANNIVERSARY SALE and 9 .99 Bermuda Shorts and Pedal Pushers By Tan Jay, Jonrzen, While Stag. Reg. to 9.00 ANNIVERSARY SALE...................... SKIRTS PONCHOS in luxurious 'knitted erloitt. In navy, white or pastels. Reg. to 15.00 ANNIVERSARY SALE D to Cl IMC GWC'whife Suson Van Heusen- 4 99 C 95 9LIIVIJ Reg. to 15.00. ANNIVERSARY SALE........ BLOUSES AND T SHIRTS ,99 G.95 SHE DIVISION OF GWG THE WESTERN LOOK NEVER PRESS SLIMS ANNIVERSARY SALE JACKETS Reg. ANNIVERSARY SALE Reg. to ANNIVERSARY SALE 9-95 g.95 60 BATHING SUITS Siiei 8 to 44 Reg. to ANNIVERSARY SALE 1M4 PIAYTEX and GOTHIC GIRDLES Reg. 9.00 to 12.00 ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL 4 MATERNITY WEAR PANT SUITS, MATERNITY DRESSES AND SLIMS 445 4 95 to SLIMS, SKIRTS, SHORTS ANNIVERSARY SALE.......... 3 JACKETS Wet Look Simulated Leather Canadian Mist Water Repellent Reg. to 28.00 ANNIVERSARY SALE LOUNGE WEAR Coo! and comfortable for leisure at home hours. DUSTERS AND FULL LENGTH HOUSECOATS PATIO PANTS JUMP SUITS Reg. to 38.00 ANNIVERSARY SALE ____ MARIE ANTOINtm PANTY HOSE Navy, brown and sun gleam 1 ,49 MAYFJUME LIE 311 5th Street South Phone 327-3682 ;