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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 36 Trie LETHSKIDGE HSRAID TlswrHciy Jun? 14, 1973 Guerrilla war smouldering By JOSE MAT1GBAK KUCHING, Malaysia (Renter; An almost forgotten guerrilla war smoulders on in this East, las lurking in the jungles. Prime Minister Malaysian state of Sawak with i is nevertheless a deadly serious las lurking i: no signs of a quick Kid in sight, affair with at least gov- Malaysian Though minor by camoanson eminent troops tied down bv i Tun Abdul Razak has said the to the conflicts in'Indochina, it about Communist gusrril- Communists are on the run but Fibreglass 36 month wearout guarantee a-Pick the tire that meets your driving requirements. The smooth, cushion-ride of polyester. Or rugged nylon lor long, long mileage. Both these quality tires have the extra muscle of 2 fibreglass belts under the tread for longer wear, excellent control and stability. Wide rib design delivers superior traction for safer stops. 95 R 14000 Nylon 95 R 15000 Polyester B78-14 WW Installed Belted Polyester Whitewall ea. G 78-1 G 78-1 guarantee! 1. Every Aiistate passenger tire is Guirantoed against ALL lire faHires for ihc life of the tread of ;he cause of failure Replacement cost based on trend used, prorated against current price. 2. Nail punctures a-c fixed at no charge. 3. Guaranteed against tread wearout lor specific numb'1' of months If t-re out anytime before guarantee expires, the following discount allowance oil current pnct will be given towards a replacement. Mtmihi K lo 30 ind teleshop 328-6611 Service Station Hours: Open Doily 8 o.m. lo 6 p.m. Corner 2 'A' Ave. and 13th Street N. Phono 328-9231. admits the problem is far from j solved. He said that until the guerril- las are eliminated there will be no relaxation in government ef- forts to battle then by civil and military means. Although security forces have succeeded over the years in j containing the guerrillas, the Sarawak Communist Organiza- I tion (SCO) remains a potent i threat. Chief Minister Dato Haji Abdul Rahman Ya Acub of Sar- awak has described the SCO as the biggest single problem and danger facing the state. CHINESE ARE BACKBONE The SCO draws its strength mainly from Chinese secondary schools, vital recruiting centres for youths either ideologically conditioned by then- teachers or dissatisfied with employment opportunities afforded them. Sarawak's nearly one million population is 30-per-cent Chinese, and the Communist or- ganization is almost entirely drawn from this ethnic group. The guerrillas operate mainly in the rugged areas in central Sarawak known as the Third Di- vision and populated by Chinese pepper farmers. They used to be highly active, too, in the border regions in the vicinity of Kuching but their threat has been diffused, and the government has lifted a cur- few on certain sectors of the area. Some main roads are still in- secure and a number of areas especially in the Third Division still under strict curfew. Military officials believe it is only a matter of time before the guerrilas are wiped out, be- cause the SCO receives no out- side support and its arms are mainly those handed over by the now-defunct Indonesian Communist party. Last year security forces re- ported killing 60 guerrillas and capturing 40 while losing 28 men killed. In the first quarter of this year alone 43 guerrillas have already been reported i killed and 31 captured. Two gov- i ernment soldiers were killed. i Despite its losses, the SCO has managed to survive because of its ability to recruit and re-' plenish losses. i In the sivim of things Gratings covered with leaves and debris left by Prince Albert intersections. Cars at some intersections high winds and driving rain this week have plugged plowed through hubcap-level water in the Saskatchewan catch basins and caused water to back up at various city. DISTILLED AGED AND BOTTLED IN BOND UNDER SUPERVISION OFTME CANADIAN GOVERNMENT Three Feathers. The light fantastic. What improves the light, gentle taste of a four year old whisky? Blending it with the mellow smoothness of an eight year old. And only Three Feathers does it. Sip the light fantastic. Your assurance of quality for apartment or cottage 20998 a-46 R 81850. Tnm. Slim, 8.1 cu. ft. refrigerator is only 19 wide! 45-lb. capacity freezer with True zero0 freez- ing. 3 slide-out shelves. Egg rack. Full-width vegetable crisper. Dairy and butter compartment. Interior light. Magnetic door gaskets. 2-door conven- ience. Handsome Xilosteel exterior. Major Applionces Charge ft on your all-purpose-account We service what we sell, coast-to-coast Satisfaction or money refunded There's an easy way to shop. Call 328-6611 Free and speedy delivery STORE HOURS: Open Doily from o.m. to p.m.; Thurs. and Fri. a.m. to p.m. Centre Village Mall Telephone ;