Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, May 31, Wl - THI LETHBR*|DOI HHAID - 11 New age of air giants PARIS (AP) - The 29th biennial Paris Air Show opened today to the whine of supersonic airliners and a new generation of air giants. Early crowds compared Soviet Tu-144 supersonic with prototype 001 of the French-British Concorde. They also were impressed with a large Soviet helicopter and at the world's largest airplane, the Lockheed C-5A. Galaxy. For some unexplained reason the Russians were waving visitors away from their space pavilion. It was reported to contain two Soyuz space vehicles in docked position, a new vehicle designed for a soft landing on Mercury, and the Lunakhod, similar to the unmanned vehicle now on the moon. The Americans showed the Apollo 12 capsule, a piece of rock from the moon and a film on superjet transportation. North launches major attack SAIGON (Reuter) - North Vietnamese troops launched a maior attack on South Vietnam's piincipal supply base in eastern Cambodia and fighting is continuing nearly 24 hours later, military sources said today. On the fighting around the market town of Snuol, 100 miles east of Phnom Penh, a South Vietnamese military spokesman said 50 North Vietnamese were reported killed. He reported South Vietnamese casualties as three killed and 12 wounded. U.S. and South Vietnamese forces today reported killing 82 North Vietnamese and Viet Cong in four clashes in the northern quarter of South Vietnam. Jews convicted of slander MOSCOW (AP) - Four Latvian Jews were convicted today of "anti-Soviet slander" at the end of a closed trial in Riga. The court imposed prison sentences ranging from one year to three years. Reporting the verdict, Tass news agency said the "criminal group" had been convicted of reprinting "anti-Soviet publications from Tel Aviv and duplicating other slanderous materials." The stiffest term, a three-year sentence, was imposed on Arkady Shpilberg, who protested in court that he was being tried simply because he wanted to go to Israel. Throw screen around crash site CAPE TOWN (Reuter) - Military guards threw a security screen around the Devil's Peak section of Table Mountain today as experts tried to find out why three British-built jets of the South African Air Force crashed while flying in a formation training exercise. The 11 crew members aboard the planes died in the worst accident in the air force's history. The three Hawker Siddeley-125 executive jets were preparing for a Republic Day flypast next Monday over Cape Town Maka a smart moire Leailng is smart business.Frees capital, saves money, provides late-model dependable transportation. 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