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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, May 6, 1970 Fears For Global Peace Expressed As World Ponders Cambodia Crisis By CV FOX Canadian Press Slaff Writer Protests and controversy about the extension of hostilities in Indochina have been intensi- fied by Washington's new action in opening a third Cambodian STUDENT SERVICES INC. LANDSCAPING-GARDENING PAINTING-FENCE BUILDING CUTTING ANO RAKING LAWNS All minor repairs and services Fast and efficient service at reasonable rates PHONE TODAY GREG or VIC 327-0872 328-7433 "Using a student could be the best investment you will ever make" war front and by a tragedy in side America. President Nixon has been quoted as pledging completion of the Cambodian operations within seven weeks. But flareup of heavy fighting shows that the attackers face a still- formidable opponent. Adding to international skepti- cism about United States ability to win a military victory in In- dochina is the eruption of re- newed disaffection among America's younger generation. The death of four young Americans during an Ohio dem- onstration set off anti-U.S. pro- tests in centres. a number of world The Ohio tragedy also causes friends of America to worry about Die future stability of the :ountry. And any process of na- WE'VE MOVED LETHIDGE HOUSE DESIGNS Our New Address 924 5th Ave. North East of the Traffic Circle Phone 328-8752 LETHBRIDGE ELKS LODGE NO. 37 MY BINGO URSDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot (Blackout) in 48 Nos. ONE NUMBER ADDED WEEKLY Games No. 1 and Games No. 10 50.00 12 Games Prize Money....... 20.00 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED A blue card worth.................... Entry card 1-00 All wood groin cards each .50 Bingo will be played in Lodge room and Ladies' and Escorts' room MEMBERS AND THEIR INVITED GUESTS Zeller's 'SKILLET' RESTAURANT MRS. PERDUE CANADIAN CLUB SANDWICH FRENCH FRIES COLE SLAW SOUP or JUICE COFFEE STEAKBURGER PLATE V4-lb. steakburger on toasted bun, lettuce, tomatoes, French fries, pickle slices, soup or juice, coffee. HAM ON A BUN FRENCH FRIES COLE SLAW SOUP OR JUICE COFFEE 99 HOT BEEF MEAT PiE Mashed potatoes, buttered vegetables, lettuce, tomato, ,brown gravy, roll and but- ter, soup or juice, coffee. 99 BREAKFAST SPECIAL DAILY a.m. to a.m. BACON or HAM With 2 eggs (any Toast. ONLY ZELIOR'S SKIUET RESTAURANT South Lelhbridgo Shopping Centre on Mayor Mugrath Drive tional deterioration is bound to affect Canada and other friendly states. RETAINS SUPPORT The anti-war upheavals in the U.S. coincide with signs that President Nixon retains sub- stantial support among "Middle Americans" for his policy of de- stroying what lie believes to be the 'Cambodian sanctuaries of Viet Cong forces attacking South Vietnam. Even in Britain, where shock over the U.S. military forays and the Ohio deaths is wide- spread, Foreign Secretary Mi- chael Stewart has resisted pres- sure from the left wing of the governing Labor -pally to cpn- d e m n America's Cambodian policy. Yet Stewart concedes that there are "anxieties" among his fellow Britons about the Indo- china situation. One factor adding to this worry is the view that the latest American moves are an about- face in Washington policy rather than a temporary tacti- cal switch undertaken for spe- cial reasons. Some observers had been led to believe that Nixon was quietly committed to arranging 'Vietnamization" of the Indo- Chinese hostilities so as to has- en total U.S. withdrawal from an apparently-hopeless military dilemma. The Cambodian plunge thus came as a surprise, striking many non-Americans as a sud- den reversion to .the supposed- ly-superseded strategy of for- mer president Johnson. FRENCH ARE DUBIOUS In France, President Poni- pidou's tactic of giving America the benefit of the doubt OH Viet- contrast to Charles de Gaulle's open hostility, to the U.S. war is severely strained by the Cambodian ven- ture. A number of moderate Frenchmen complain that Washington ignored world opin- ion in deciding on the Cambo- dian offensives. the Soviet Union has combined: predictable den- unciations of the U.S. with .cau- tion in responding to" British calls for an international confer- ence on Cambodia, a move newly backed by the United Na- tions. The Americans are reported to be relieved that Moscow's reaction to their moves has not been as extreme as it might bave been. But the Soviets are certain to feel a need for making tougher- sounding noises now that China, Jieir rival for leadership of world communism, has thrown diplomatic recognition to Cam- bodian Prince Sihanouk's anti- American government in exile. Executive Hijacks Plane After Knocking Out Boss L1NZ, Austria (AP) A jun- ior executive of a Czechoslovak uranium plant hijacked a small company plane to Austria today after knocking out his boss with a shoe and stabbing the pilot in the arm with a pocket knife, security police re- Austrian ported. The plane took off from the airstrip at Pribram, near Prague, on a company assign- ment early this morning en route to the Kosce steel mill in eastern Slovakia. Shortly after takeoff, the jun- ior executive, identifie das Pavel Verner, 32, knocked out his boss, Miroslav Eocnak, 47, police said. Then he ordered pilot Pavel Bidermann, 30, to head for Aus- tria. When the pilot resisted, Verner stabbed him in the lower arm. LANDS SAFELY Although Bidermann's stab wound was bleeding profusely, he managed to pilot the plane to a safe landing, near here after a one-hour flight. Verner told police he wanted to go to West Germany to seek a job. Verner, who left behind his wife and two daughters, told re- porters he planned to escape to the West in September when he was arrested by police for alleg- edly manipulating secrets of the uranium plant. But he was found innocent and released. He said his wife did not agree to an earlier flight plan and was unaware of his escape today. Rocnak declined to comment on the incident. He said he wanted to return to Czechoslo- vakia. OPPOSES ABORTION WASHINGTON (AP) Dr. Christiaan Barnard'has spoken out in opposition to liberal abortion laws. The South Afri- can heart said here transplant pioneer he felt abortions should be allowed only when the mother's life was endan- gered or the baby might be seriously malformed. LOOK FAMILIAR? lie's Chris Mitchum, 26-year-old son of actor Robert Mitchum. Chris is costumed for a role in an upcoming John Wayne film. Woman Arrested For Breaking Into Jail STUART, Fla. (AP) Vicki Shinelcdecker, 19, was arrested here for break- ing into the Martin County Jail. She climbed a high chain link fence, straddled the b a r be d wire top and squeezed through horizontal window bars for a reunion with her husband, Paul, 21, serving a term for petty lar- ceny, police said. The reunion ended ab- ruptly when a night jailer heard them talking. Vicki was locked in a sep- arate cell'on disorderly con- duct charges. "We've been having a hard enough time trying to keep prisoners in. Now it looks like we'll have to post guards to keep them said Sheriff Hoy C. Hiker. Guam is about 30 miles Ion and eight miles across at widest point. Islanders Warned About Promises CHARLOTTETOWN (CP) 3oth parties contesting the Ma 11 Prince Edward Island elec ion have warned the electoral beware of promises durin the closing days of the cam paign. "Beware of a flood of prom ises the Liberals will make i their last hours of desperation, says George Key, 39, leader o the Progressive Conservatives. Premier Alex Campbell say the Conservatives are offering special deal to the town of Sum merside in newspaper adver tisements. "We now are witnessing th seven days of he saic 'What has happened to their platform of three weeks Mr. Key says the Liberals ar again promising a medical car nsurance scheme, the sam irogram included in their plat orm for the 19C6 election. "We are not promising medi care, but are guaranteeing it i he says. WAS NOT ENACTED Legislation on medical car was introduced in the legisla ure during the spring session rat was not enacted before tfo house was dissolved March 26. Premier Campbell says if hi party returns to power, a spe cial session will be called ir fune to deal with the medica :are plan. The government an nounced earlier that the schemi would go into operation Dec.'.. Most jf the rhetoric at cam THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY, MAY 7, 8 and 9 ZELLER'S COUNTYFA1R RETAILERS TO THRIFTY CANADIANS Living Color only PORTRAIT That'i All Babies children adults groups 1 Special of each person singly only 98jl Groups per person. Select from finished pictures in radiant black and white and living color. Bonus quality ''Guaranteed Satisfaction." No handling or mailing charges. Fast delivery courteous service. Photographer Hours: 10 A.M. fo 1 P.M., 2 P.M. 6 P.M. Friday to P.M, Saturday to P.M. A FRIEND South Lethbridge Shopping on Mayor Msgrath Drive, Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.hi. to 1 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. paign rallies of botli parties ha dealt with the 15-year federa provincial development plan di signed to improve the provincia economy by upgrading farming fishing and tourism. Signed with the federal go' ernment IS months ago, it wi involve spending of Premier Campbell says h has banked the political futur of his party on the plan. Mr Key says that the plan is "il founded and badly-executed and would be renegotiated if Conservative i elected. The election is a straight twi party fight between the Libera' and Conservatives for 32 legisla ture seats. At dissolution, hou: standing was Liberals 16, Con servatives 15 and one indepem ent Liberal. Prices Probe Set OTTAWA fCP) The price and incomes commission an nounced here it will review in creases in prices for coffee rubber tires, fine papers anc duplicating services and sup plies. The commission said its coi fee review will cover all price increases in the last few months. The commission said It 1 aware of considerable in creases in the cost of green cof fee beans primarily because o a major crop failure in Brazil "The purpose of the review is to ensure that the increase in revenues is clearly less than the increase in costs of beans am other the commission said in a news release. On tires, the commission says it already has had preliminary talks with certain companies which have announced in creases in wholesale prices o up to 2Vi per cent. The compa nies have said the increases are necessary because of highei costs of labor, materials ant freight. The commission says thai :ine-paper manufacturers have announced increases up to four >er cent on selected grades 01 >aper and have said that highei !osts of pulp and labor made them necessary. The commission says price in- creases by a national distributor of duplicating equipment and supplies are also being reviewed and that the company is co-op- rating with the commission "in determining the relationship be- ween the price increases and the pricing criteria." The commission also is study- ng price increases in railway reight rates, glass containers, in containers and copper. Women Admitted To Press Club VANCOUVER (CP) The Newsmen's Club of Bri t i s h Columbia voted yesterday to dmit women members. The change in the eonstitu- on allows women "with pro- essional news gathering or ews promotion qualification" ull membership. The club has 50 male members in this brae- el. fTV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY SPOUTS: "Nalionnl Baseball 5 p.m., Ch. 7: The San Francisco Giants meet the Expos in Montreal. COMEDY: "Kandall-IIopkirk p.m., Ch. 13: The ghost (Kenneth' Cope) saves the bank at Monte Carlo. With Mike Pratt. VARIETY: "Music 7 p.m., Ch. 9: Phil Harris and Bobbie Gentry greet guests Roy Clark, John Hartford, Bernadette Peters and Jackie Benington. MOVIE: "Father p.m., Ch. 13: A South Seas loner's idyll is shattered by the appearance of a marooned French schoolteacher and her seven students. Stars Gary Grant and Leslie Caron. INTERVIEW: "Mary p.m., Cli. 13: The author of a controversial book on Jacqueline Kennedy talks about invading privacy. MOVIE: "Everything but the a.m., Ch, 13: An orphan insists that the mayor has taken a kick- back on a real-estate deal. With Maureen O'Hara and John Forsythe. THURSDAY MOVIE: "His 1 p.m., Ch. 7: A 1931 film in which a tough sea-captain finds a baby on a drifting boat. Stars Gary Cooper and Claudette Colbert. MOVIE: "The Black 1 p.m., Cli. 13: Sophia Loren and Anthony Quinn star as an Italian widow and widower whose marriage plans are complicated by their children. SPORTS: "Stanley 5 p.m., Cli. 7: The third game between the Boston Bruins and the St. Louis Blues in then- best-of-seven Stanley Cup finals. LISTINGS Prcgrorm ura iitltd by tht radio and televilien stotiont. Any variation in program ichedulM H to Icifc minulB by tha ilotioni and il not thl woniibilily Thi Htrald >r Boslway TaUvition. CJOC News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hou WEDNESDAY NIGHT World at 6 Paul Tividar Hit Parade Rob Ingram Concern Terry Lumsden THURSDAY Jim Elliot Show News, Weather Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry Probe 1220 News News, Grain Prices Jack Thys- Country Music wayne carry muimee Galloping Gourmet Probe 1220 CHEC News on the Hour Weather on the Half Hour WEDNESDAY NIGHT Farm News, Stocks Dinner Showcase- Bent Pedersen Back to the Bible Voice of China World Tomorrow All That Jazz CHEC FM 108.9 m.g. 16 p.m. Herb Johnson- Classical Music to a.m. H. B. Music Factory THURSDAY Ron Stone Farm Show News, Wthr., Sports Weather Mews Stock Market Report Woman's World Jean Pauley Comments The Way i See It Comunify Bulletin Board Call ot tht Land News, Wthr.t Sportj Caltle Pricftl Veryl Todd Jean Pauley Comments Caravan News Farm News, Sfocki CBR if Radio 1010 Calgary Supplement On Mike Politics Concern News Ideas Network National News Five Nights a Week Theatre Age of Elegance Music Past Midnight THURSDAY Eye Opener News World at Eight Max Ferguson Consumer! Matinee Pratley at Movies Radio Noon After Noon ____..._.. Schools Broadcast Galloping Gourmet Matinee Gerrusil Afternoon Concert News Actuality Mother's Day Special! OUR ENTIRE SELECTION OF LAMPS 20% OFF! CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED TELEVISION FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4th St. S. Phone 328-2328 OLH-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY NIGHT I Spy Baseball: San Fran at Mont. Teleprobe Ghost and Mrs. Muir Gunsmoke c Felony Squad Outdoor Sportsman Pinnochto and Oz News LilNe People our Town News McHale's Navy Hillbillies (c) Movie: His Woman Take 30 Edge of NfqM (c) Galloping Gourmet Mr. Dressup Ed Allen (c) Comedy Crackers Canadian Schools ._ _ News Friendly Giant (c) Banana Splits (c) Teleprobe 7 Cher Helena Hockey CFCN-TV Lethbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Movie: Everything Lucy Show (c) News (c) Raridall and Hon- kirk (Deceased) Mod Squad Movie: Father Goose Nftws Plerri Berton But the Trulh Today THURSDAY Thought for Day News id University of Air Uncle Bobby (c> Romper Room Grandpa GiMus Parlons Francais Today Peyton Place Magistrates Court Cartoons (c) Buckshot Movto: Black Orchid People In Conflict Doctor's Diary c Bewitched Wynne's Pad Flintstones (c) Lucy Show (c) KRTV Greof Falls Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. 9) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Salute Agriculture As the World Turns Hunttey-Brlnkley Today Show c Days of Our Livei News c Today in Montana The Doctors c The Virginian c Sale o( Century Another World Music Hall c Hollywood Squares Edge of Night c Medical Centre c Jeopardy c Gomer Pyla c News Who, What, Where Douglas c Tonight Show Game Andy Griffith THURSDAY News Cronkite News Salute Agriculture Another Lucy Show Our World Somerset c Huntley-Brinkley e KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Hoe Haw c Hogan's Heroes My Three Sons c Room 222 Johnny Cash c Engclbert Humperdinck c News Mery Griffin THURSDAY News Capt. Kangaroo c It Takes Two c Jack LaLanne c Galloping Gourmet Woman's World Best of Everything A World Apart All My Children Moke a Deal c Newlywed Game c Dating Game Secret Storm' One Life to Livi Dark Shadows Love, a Many Splendored Thing General Hospital Life With Linkletfer ThflT Girl Bewitched TV-5 News CATV 3 TONIGHT (Wcrtnts.) Bland Approach (Dorothy Gooder school) Bowling from Capri ;