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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta The Enemy Within: Corruption Grows In South Vietnam SAIGON (AP) The Viet- nam war has spawned an un- cerworld of about foreign- era, including Americans who foster the black market and "are not effectively under the control of any government." That's the judgment of a cor- ruption fighting United States government group which wants these alien American, South Korean, In- dian, Filipino and statesless civ- vilians-kicked out of South Vietnam. The South Vietnamese govern- ment, which expresses concern about the black market and cor- ruption, has been reluctant to IN CALGARY STAY AT THE ATLANTA MOTEL WHERE YOU ARE A STRANGER ONtY ONCEI 4! Modern and Deluxe Unit: Bridal Suite Free TV and Ice Dial Phones in all units Minutes from Downtown- Shopping Stampede Grounds Moderate Rates Phone 243-4651 3630 MACLEOD TRAIL deport even those who are known, such as the Indian "merchants" who account for an estimated 70 per cent of all illegal money transactions. Inevitably, this lack of action suggests to some U.S. authori- ties that certain key South Viet- namese officials must be in on the black market and smuggling profits or (2) accept- ing bribes to look the other way. NUMBER Reporting confidentially t o high U.S. officials, the govern- ment's Interdepartmental Ac- tion Task Group estimated that what it called "an illegal com- munity" includes about "third-country nationals" and about Americans, both ci- vilians and military deserters. Most are said to lite in the Saigon area amid a refugee- swollen population in a crazy tangle of rundown slums and huts. Among them are many Amer- ican, South Korean and Filipino civilian workers attracted to PHILIPS COLOR TV RADIO t TV JAl.IV 9 302 13th St. N. South Vietnam by high-pay war contract jobs which now have run out. Others are men fired from such jobs for dabbling in illicit activities, chiefly money manip- ulation. Still others belong to a strange breed of drifter who fol- lows wars wherever they break out in the world. The main motive is profiteer- ing. "This is the land of the big as one top U.S. official put it. Though their documents may have expired members of the great colony of illegals in Sai- gon find it easy to get new visas, work permits, identifica- tion and post-exchange ration cards on the black market. Just about everything is avail- able for a price. LAW HELPLESS The U.S. command court-mar- tials military deserters, thieves and black marketeers when it catches them. But the courts have held that American civil- ians in South Vietnam cannot be tried under military law. And U.S. civil law does here. So it's up to the South Viet- SOUTHERN ALBERTA THEATRES namese police and immigration agencies to push or expel law- breaking American civilians, But this is a rare occurrence. Sources connected with the U.S. mission's irregular prac- tices committee say fewer than 10 Americans have been jailed, and these were flagrant viola- tors. When the South Vietnamese do act, they only impose fines. "A fine isn't much of a deter- rent when there's so much money to be made on the black the sources say. While the U.S. mission tries to goad the South Vietnamese into such action, such as deporting erring U.S. civilians, American sources say the Philippine em- bassy "c o u 1 d n 't care less" about repatriating its errant na- tionals, although the Philippine government did send a ship to South Vietnam recently to take home any Filipino who wanted to return to the islands. An American expert said the ship could accommodate 400 persons, but only about 40 showed up. "They don't want to he said. "The black market is too much of a good Chamber Raps Small Fine Imposed For Killing Swan CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "PAINT YOUR WAGON" In Technicolor. Starring Lee Marvin, Jean Sebe-rg and Clint Eastwood. Saturday, October 24, shows at and p.m. Adult. Admis- sion-Adults Students FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "TELL THEM WILLIE BOY IS HERE" In color. Starring Robert Redford and Katharine Ross. Saturday, October 24, shows at and p.m. Not Suitable for Children. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID" In color. Starring Paul Newman, Katharine Ross and Robert Redford. Saturtray October 24, show at p.m. Adult. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre Walt Disney's "SMITH" In Technicolor. Starring Glenn Ford. Saturday and Sunday, October 24 and 25. Show each night at p.m. Sunday all seats 50c. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "DON'T DRINK THE WATER" In color. Starmig Jackie Gleason and Estelle Parsons. Saturday, October 24, shows at and p.m. Family. RAYMOND Capitol Theatre "TICK TICK TICK" In color. Starring Fredric March, Jim Brown and George Kennedy. Satur- day, October 24, show at p.m. Adult. TABER Tower Theofre "RING OF BRIGHT WATER" In color. With the stars of 'Born Free'. Saturday, October 24, shows at and p.m. Family. Get more out of life Take the family to a movie GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) The Chamber of Commerce says a fine levied against a man who killed a rare trum- peter swan is "nothing short of ridiculous." Allied Arts Council Presenti Yates Memorial Centre TUESDAY Oct. 27th P.M. Tickets at LEISTER'S Adults S2E50 All Student! S.I50 "You could get a bigger fine on a minor speeding said Ken Sweetnam, chairman of the chamber's tourism com- mittee, adding that is too little to be a deterrent. The trumpeter swan is the official emblem of Grande Prairie. There are about of the birds left in the world and about 120 of these general- ly nest in the Grande Prairie region. John Kohuch of Fort St. John, B.C., was fined last week after he pleaded guilty to killing a trumpeter swan in the Sas" toon Lake Migratory Bird Sanctuary. The rare swans are protected under regulations govern- ing the hunting of migratory birds. Fines for killing one can range from to "We make a real cry about environmental control and then something like this comes up and it's practically just laugh- ed said Chamber Presi- dent Gordon Wilson. Harry Bayly, president of the Wapiti Fish and Game Associa- tion, said his group favors stronger penalties. "They can shoot a swan or shoot a horse and all they get is a piddling little he said. Our Chef has a Great Way With Food So When It Comes to Food You Should Come To Us SUNDAY BRUNCH Sundfly Buffet SERVED 11 A.M. to 2 P.M. Choice of juice Hot cakes. Ham, Sausages or Bacon and beverage. Junior Under 12 900 Adults 1.35 Served in the Dining Room 4 to 8 p.r FEATURING: Prime Ribs of Alberta Beef, Famous Hot Dishes, Jellied Salads, Rel- ishes and many other taste treats to delight your palate. DURING THE WEEK ENJOY OUR DELICIOUS LUNCHEON BUFFET SERVED 12 TO 2 P.M. EVERY WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY FEATURING: Our famous Smorgasbord ONLY fc Book Your Christmas Party Now To Avoid Disappointment! Mayor Magralh Drive S. Phone 327-5701 ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION Cabaret Costume Party MEMORIAL HALL FRIDAY, OCT. 30th p.m. MUSIC BY THOSE SUPREME MUSIC MASTERS "THE CAMEOS" M.C., that versatile and personable gentleman, JIM ELLIOTT Wo would prefer that you came In cot- hJmc, however if you can't, anyway. TAB, PER PERSON TICKETS CAN BE PURCHASED FROM THE LEGION OFFICE will costume prizes, dancing and loti of fun. Refreshments available. There ore only a limited number of tick- ets available, so get yours early and save disappointment. Today's Showtimes PARAMOUNT Short Subjects "Landlord" Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT-CINEMA Short Subjects "Carry on Camping" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects "Gary on Camping" One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday "Alaskan Safari" Last Show Sunday "Alaskan Safari" Last Show GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN Saturday and Sunday "Warwagon" "Sweet Charity" One Complete Show NIGHT CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Gerald Collins Lynn Tennant Henry Welbrock____ SHOT IN CHILE Gen. Rene Schneider, Chile's army commander, was shot and wounded by unidentified as- sailants in Santiago, Gulf, Thursday. Ex-Shoeshine Boy Purchases Big Estate AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) Negro soul singer James Brown, once an Atlanta shoe- shine boy, has purchased a estate in a white neigh- borhood. The four-acre estate, Includ- ing a three-bedroom home, swimming pool and horse sta- bles, is on Walton Way, where frontage properly is valued at an acre. He also has paid for 20 acres of land adjacent to the Atomic Energy Commission's Savannah River plant for a rec- reation area. DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dental Mechanic National Start Bldg. PH. 327-7244 Lelhbrldge Financial Aid Needed For Transit Run EDMONTON (CP) A city official said today he doubts if a rapid transit system sched- uled to be in operation by De- cember, 1973 will proceed with- out provincial support. Highways Minister Gordon Taylor said Wednesday in Cal- ;ary the provincial government s not prepared to directly fi- nance rapid transit because it is too premature. Stan Hampton, utilities com- missioner for Edmonton, said the total cost of Edmonton's >roposed rapid transit system is million. The city was counting on sub- sidization of 40-60 per cent of the capital cost if the system was to be in operation by 1973, a deadline Mr. Hampton feels is now impossible fn achieve. Mr. Taylor said there Is noth- ing to stop Alberta cities from using money from the provin- cial land bank to establish traf- fic corridors to be later desig- nated for rapid transit. "But this is the wrong time to go into a rapid transit sys- he said, because of the over-all cost to mil- jion _ for an operation "that has no hope of beginning to pay its way." Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION 55! MAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE 618 3rd S. Phong 328-5447 "MUSIC FOR YOUR DANCING AND LISTENING PLEASURE" Booking Available For: CABARETS WEDDINGS PARTIES Four of Lethbridge'i Tod Musicians Playing All Types of Music THE JACKS Contact Bill Heibert Days 327-8029 Evenings HALLOWE'EN MASQUERADE Scandinavian Hall 229 12th SJ. C North SATURDAY, OCT. 24TH P.M. A.M. MUSIC BY THE SWING KINGS Admission per person lunch Included Members and Invited Guests Prizes For The Best Costume Lions Club of Lethbridge 14fh Town Country CASH PLAY AT HOME NEWSPAPER BLACKOUT BINGO Here's How You Can Win! THE PRIZE- The first card with all numbers covered (blackout) will receive the grand prize of In the casa of more than one blackoul the winners may "play- off" or split the prize. The bonus prizes will be awarded to the first correct cards according to the rotation of numbers called. In the case of ties, prizes will be split. Bonus prize win- ners will have their cards refunded to them to continue playing for the blackout bingo. CARDS ONLY EACH Get yours now and win One or more prizes. Here are the Numbers to Date: N-33, 1-26, G-57, N-36, O-71, G-S8, B-13, 1-17, N-40, B-7, 1-28, B-15, O-67, 1-23, N-31. N-37, 0-65, G-54, B-3, 1-25, G-60, N-34, G-52, 1-22, G-56, 1-19, 1-27, N-42, G-46, 0-62. B-9, N-35, 0-72, B-l, G-55, B-10, 0-70, N-41. B-ll, B-2, 0-69, 1-21, G-50, G-47, B-6, B-5 O-64, N-45, 1-24, 1-29, N-38, O-68, N-32. THIS WEEK'S NUMBER G-51 Additional numbers, plus all numbers already called will be published every Saturday in the Letlibridge Herald. "X" WINNER Ron Romonchuk, 1222 10 Avenuo N., Iclhbridge "L" WINNERS: Josephine Mills, Blairmore, Alberta and Mrs. Lucille Kolesar, 538 12 Street 'C' Lethbridge. "H" WINER Mr. Wm. Kizema, 2824 S. Parkside Dr., Lelhbridge. "SQUARE" WINNER Mr.. Trudy Knight, P.O. Box 87, Blairmore, WHEN YOU HAVE A WINNING CARD Phone 327-3953 Days or 327-4801 after 6 p.m. Immediately PROCEEDS TOWARDS LIONS CENTENNIAL PARK, AND OTHER COMMUNITY PROJECTS Saturday, October 54, 1979 THE LETHBRIDGI HERALD 7 SUNDAY SHOWS COLLEGE CINEMA "ALASKAN SAFARI" SHOWS AT AND P.M. PARAMOUNT CINEMA "CARRY ON CAMPING" ONE SHOW ONLY AT P.M. GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "WAR WAGON" and "SWEET CHARITY" ONE COMPUTE SHOW AT P.M. OLLEGEj I COLLEGE MALI I N EM 328-6300 YOU ARE THERE AS THE HUNTER STALKS THE MOST FEROCIOUI ANIMALS ON EARTH NOW SHOWING ENDS THURSDAY COLLEGE MALL THEATRE Week Days and Saturday and Sunday and ADULTS S1.7S UNDER !J lit FINAL PROGRAM OF THE SEASON MUSICAL NOW THE MOST EXCITIN3 SECOND FEATURE TKWAK WAGONROII5 ANDTHE SCREEN EXPIODESI JOHN WAYNE KIRK DOUGLAS THE WAR WAGON" GATES AT P.M. SHOW AT P.M. TONIGHT and SUNDAY GREEN ACRES THE LANDLORD'S GETTING JUSTABOLrTEVHiYTHING BUTTHEFBtt RESTRICTED ADULT "THE LANDLORD" Produced by DVccltd by NORMAN JEWISON COLOR by Deluxe' UmtcdAplists The language in this film my bt oFTcniivi to some pieple. Monger TONIGHT Thru at and THEATRE RENTED MONDAY EVENING Bedrolls and Tf Birds and Bees, I Fun mi Games the CARRY on GANG pilch I heir lent lor laujhler. ADULT NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN CAMPING IrOMCT JAMB KtNNETH WIlLIAMt CHARU1 HAWTHET JOAN 11MJ MRAMOUNT 4th AVt A 8th ST TONIGHT and TUES. ;