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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 20 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, May 20, 1970 OUTBOARD GUITAR-Outboard guitar makes for a romantic sail. The 17-foot boat, complete with strings for strumming, was a feature at a Chicago travel show. TRAIN ARAB FIGHTERS? BONN (AP) West German police confirmed Tuesday they are investigating claims thai Arab guerrillas undergo battle training in woods close to the residence of Chancellor Willy Brandt. Bonn's deputy police chief declined comment on the claims, but confirmed that swoops are being made on sus- pected Arab organizations in West Germany. Calgary Publisher Undergoes Surgery MONTREAL (CP) Pub- lisher Max Bell of the Calgary Albertan was in satisfactory condition after neurosurgery Tuesday to correct imbalance, Dr. Theodore Rasmussen, head of the operating team, said. He declined details. Mr. Bell, 58, entered hospital early last week. SHARP TO TRAVEL OTTAWA (CP) External Af fairs Minister Mitchell Sharp visits Italy, Yugoslavia, Roman ia and Maud May 26 to Jun 5. Mr. Sharp goes to Rom for the annual spring meetin of NATO foreign ministers Ma 26-27. He visits Yugoslavia Ma 28 June 1, Romania June 1-! and Ireland June 3-5 at the inyi tation of their external affair ministers. AGT, part of Trans-Canada Telephone System Talk a little Talkalot Talk a whole lot more for a whole lot less WHEN LONG DISTANCE RATES GO DOWN After 6 p.m. AH day Sunday, Between midnight and 6 a.m. on special Night Owl calls you dial yourself. ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES Probe Of Cambodia Coup Absolves U.Sr Agency By JOHN T. WHEELER PHNOM PENH (AP) Com- munist East bloc intelligence agents here investigated the March 18 coup that brought Gen. Lon Nol to power in Cam- bodia' and concluded the United States and its.Central Intellig- ence Agency played no part in ft, a Communist source reported Tuesday. Since Hie coup looked favora- ble to the U.S. and the cause of its allies in South Vietnam, the CIA was instantly suspect, the informant said. But there is no evidence of any American collu- sion with Lon Nol before the coup which deposed Prince No- rodom Sihanouk as head of state. The source said although the coup opened the way for Phnom Penh's acceptance of the U.S.- South Vietnamese invasion of North Vietnamese and Viet Cong sanctuaries in eastern Cambodia, in the long run China's interest will be best served by the coup. He said this is because Com- munist China propaganda ap- parently has been vindicated in its claim that the U.S. not only will not leave South Vietnam but wants to widen the war. Other sources said that hac Moscow and the East bloc de cided the U.S. was involved the Lon Nol coup, the Kremlir would have reacted far mor sharply than it did to the Cam bodian invasion and the coup it self. WARNED IN ADVANCE The source claimed that adv anced Communist intelligence of the U.S.-South Vietnamese thrust into eastern Cambodia al lowed North Vietnamese troops and Viet Cong guerrillas to ge out of its path. The reported security leak hi volving the invasion was no; pinpointed. In the past the leaks jften have been traced to the South Vietnamese army. For the future, the Commun si source said, the main thrusl of anti-Lon Nol forces will not >e massive action by Commun- ist command troops but interna! subversion and guerrilla acks. Although the expected contin- ued presence of South Vietnam- ese troops in the country and he use of South Vietnamese ikyraider planes on bombing missions in support of Cambo- dian troops has hurt Commun- st-led forces militarily, such support has its positive side as well, the source said. Learn How To Save In Canada LONDON (CP) Conserva- tive David Howell suggests tha Jritarn could learn a lesson rom Canada on control of huge jovernment spending. The Guildford member oi Parliament, after studying the Canadian separation of powers under the finance department and treasury board, says there 5 a "very strong" case for te- nsion of the British method of uonitoring expenditures. Writing in The Daily Tele- graph, Howell noted that under ;he Canadian system, the treas- ury board is headed by a senior cabinet minister and exercises great power in monitoring and xmtroiling the whole range of [bvernment programs. He said: "The case is indeed rery strong for a proper divi- ion of responsibilities and for he creation of a proper mecha- lism for controlling government rograms and for presenting the abinet with objective budget- ry analysis on which to decide riorities. "The new body could remain ominally part of the treasury. 3ut the crucial point is that it rould no longer be under the hancellor but under its own senior minister." Scholarship ?und For Jnionists EDMONTON (CP) Alberta will establish a scholar- lip fund to enable trade union- Is to attend the Labor Col- ge of Canada, Labor Minister ay Heierson said here. For the next four years, the overnment will provide the cholarship funds to commem- rate '.he Canadian Labor Con- ress meeting in Alberta, he Id delegates to the CLC eon- entions here. "Snce its inception, we have ten proud to financially sup- >ort the college in the develop- ent of the future leadership Canada's labor movement." Cambodians are centuries-old enemies of the Vietnamese, North and South. And such mis- haps as occurred Saturday when Skyraiders accidentally bombed Cambodian troops it Kampong Cham as well as the city's university can only build such feelings, the source said. UPSET TIMETABLE The source in frequent con- tact with (he North Vietnamese high command, said the inva- sion into Cambodia upset Ha- noi's timetable for Indochina, possibly for years. The heaviest blow was the large amounts of weapons and foods seized and there- was a major disruption of Communist communications in the former border sanctuaries. Because of the advance warn- ing, (lie Communist command operating the Central Office for South Vietnam was able to flee well in advance of the allied in- cursion and set up a temporary command centre elsewhere, the informant continued. The North Vietnamese com- mand was said to be hopeful the South Vietnamese forces would stay in Cambodia for some time, spreading themselves thin and laying themselves open for attacks elsewhere. By this account, the North Vi- etnamese will consider South Vietnam the prime objective and will launch no offensive to crush the Cambodian govern- ment. Rather, the Communist command will resort to large hit-and-run attacks on Cambo- dian troops and try to maintain control of various cities and towns to assure movement of men and supplies to South Viet- nam. With the fall oi South Viet- nam, the two other states of for- mer French Indochina, Laos and Cambodia, would almost automatically be overran, ac- cording to this version of North Vietnam's thinking. Foetuses For Research Probe Continues In U.K. LONDON (AP) Britains state-run national health service has been supplying unborn baby embryos or foetuses for medical research for the last 12 years, it was disclosed. No live foetuses were involved in this program. But the disclosure was ex- pected to add scope to a govern- ment inquiry, announced Mon- day, into charges that some pri- vate abortion clinics are provid- ing live foetuses for research. Conservative MP Norman St. John-Stevas has said he has tes- timony from medical workers that can prove the charge. After announcing the inquiry, the gov- ernment warned all abortion clinics against supplying any foetuses for medical research, dead or alive. Dr. Humphrey Kay consult- ant at the Royal Marsden Hos- pital said the national health service program has used 500 to 600 foetuses a year for medical research, none of them living. The tissue is studied for work on immunology, hepatitis and embryo development. Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat It's simple how quickly one taay lose pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Make this home recipe yourself. It's easy, 110 trouble at all and costs little. Just go to your drugstore and ask for Naran. Pour this into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle. Take two tablespoonsful twice a day as needed and follow the Naran Reducing Plan. If your first purchase does not show you a simple easy way to lose bulky fat and help regain slender more graceful curves; if reducible pounds and inches of excess fat don't disappear from neck, chin, arms, abdomen, hips, calves and ankles just return the empty bottle for your money back. Follow this easy way en- dorsed by many who have tried this plan and help bring back al- luring curves and graceful slenderness. Note how quickly bloat much better you feel. More alive, youthful appearing and active. NEW BANK SYSTEM-How to rob ihis bank would pose a problem-even for Bonnie and Clyde. In a system installed in Los Angeles, customer appears on closed-circuit television .to teller who is in another room completing the transaction. ASH AIDS SOIL The volcanic ash from numer- ous eruptions at Mount Vesuvius in Italy accounts for much of the fertile soil where grapes and oranges are grown. ANONYMOUS BUYERS ZURICH (AP) More than 40 pieces of rare jewelry sold for at Sotheby's first auction sale in Switzerland. Buyers were not named. HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd Ave. S., Leinbridgn THURSDAY MAY 21st SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVI Very good complete 54" bed with Sealy box spring and mattress; Good Woods deepfreeze; Nice Marconi Console TV; Chrome table; Nice Wood crib; Beatty wringer washer; Good garden tractor and .attachments; Leonard fridge; Apt. size gas range; Lawn lounge; Chest of drawers; GE automatic washer; B and D Vt" electric drill; B and D Sander; Old Sunbeam motorcycle; Good gar- age door and hardware; Twin rinse tubs; Nice brown rocker; Barbecue; Selection of stoves. lawn mowers; Remington Wingmaster Model 870 pump 12. ga. shotgun; Old Clock; Portable type- writer; Desk and chair; Coffee tables; Nice sewing table; Set double driving harness; Set single driving harness; Good rebuilt military saddle; Vacuums; Camp stoves; Chairs; Folding doors; Foot stools; Fish rods; Pols and pans; Motors; Step table; Lamps; Tools; Nice chester- fields; 12' boat. PURSUANT TO ALBERTA SEIZURES ACT WE WILL SEIL: 11-BLACK VELVET PAINTINGS HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd S. AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. No. 41 Lie. No. 413 WHITE STAG CO-ORDINATES SWEATERS SKIRTS SLIMS and SHELLS AT FANTASTIC SAVINGS ____ 75% OFF SLIMS PANTS STRETCHIES WOOLS DENIMS AT FANTASTIC SAVINGS PANT SUITS WD 3 PIECE STYLES EGULAR TO 19.95 FANTASTIC SAVIN 19 3 AND 3 PIECE STYLES REGULAR TO 19.95 AT FANTASTIC SAVINGS 1.88 SPECIALS! Shorts Blouses Skirts Broken Sizes...... M 1-f i.i SHOP EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION DRESSES in a host of GROUP 1 SPRING COATS Regular to 59.95 CLEARING AT LESS THAN PRICE BATHING SUITS One and Two Piete Styles PRICE KNIT SUITS -hd S itylei FANTASTIC SAVINGS PRICE '8 GROUP 2 BLOUSES PLAINS-PRINTS-FIORMS FANTASTIC SAVINGS OPEN THURS. p.m. Closed All Day Wed. Thurs. a.m. 9 p.m. Revolving Charge 509 4th Ave. S. 327-2655 ;