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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 48 -THE IE1HQR1DGE HERALD -Wednesday, September 27, 1972 OLD METHOD IN A NEW FORM Aeronautical engi- neers Raj left, and Peter South, examino wind turbine they have developed at the Nalional Research Council in Ottawa. They claim the turbine, which is an fashioned windmill in a new-fashioned form, has ap- plication as a cheap power source for developing areas. The machine looks like an overgrown barrel-hoop caught sideways on a smoll radio tower. guerrilla forces? By GEORGE SHERMAN Washington Star-News WASHINGTON The Nixon administration is deeply troub- ed and baffled by outspoken North Vietnamese support for the surge of Arab terrorism outside the Mideast. Hanoi's statements have added to concern here that the Palestinians' next targets may be American public figures, who are especially exposed dur- ing the election campaign. The intelligence community has sent n top-level assessment of the situation to the White House. Security of President Nixon's chief foreign policy adviser, Henry A. Kissinger, who is Jewish and also chief architect of negotiating tactics with North Vietnam, is particularly worri- some, although the details of his comings and goings are not as publicly known as those of cabinet officials. United States officials say Uiey have no concrete evidence that North Vietnam is training or arming Palestinian terrorists who, so far, have struck only at Israelis. Recently state department spokesman Charles Bray III withdrew a charge that Han was providing armed assistance to the terrorists. He had made the charge earlier in the day. MISSPOKEN State department sources ex- plained that Bray had misspok- en originally. According to these sources, the assistant secretary of slate for Middle Eastern Af- fairs, Joseph J. Sisco also head of a committee to work out ways with other govern- ments to combat the terrorists had told Bray just prior to the noon press briefing that North Korea was supplying wea- pons to the Arab terrorists. When the spokesman was asked about Hanoi's public en- dorsement of the Palestinian killings in Munich, he mistaken- ly stated that North Vietnam (instead of North Korea) was also providing "direct assist- ance" to the terrorists. But Hanoi has been provid ing verbal, if not armed, sup- port. On Sept. 12 a full week after the Munich killings Hanoi party daily, Nahn Dan attributed responsibility foi Munich to the United States and Israel "The recent Munich bloody said an English-lang- uage broadcast over Hanoi radio .liat day, "once again laid bsre :he schemes of the U.S. and Is- raeli aggressors and the dark design of the Nixon administra- tion and their flunkies to wreck peace under the hypocritical label of 'humanity and peace' Hanoi claimed that the Munich murders were taken as a pretext for Israeli raids into Lebanon and Syria to suppress "the Palestinian resistance movement." EVIDENCE These endorsements alone are evidence of "appalling interven- tion" by the North Vietnamese, the state department said, com- menting that Hanoi has prac- ticed its own brand of terrorism in the south for years. Behind the scenes there is suspicion, not yet backed by proof of a more active Vietna- mese communist involvement in the new Arab terrorist cam- paign. The Pentagon is investi- gating reports from Scotland Yr.rd sources that tiny "teabag" explosives in the letter which killed the Israeli agricultu-al attache last week in London were American made anti-per- sonnel devices of the type used to seed the Ho Chi Minh Trail. Sources speculated a U.S. ar- senal might have been seized in South Vietnam. Similar bombs, mailed from Amsterdam, Holland, have been received over the past two days by Israeli diplomats in many world cities, including New York. NO EVIDENCE To date, there is no evidence of Arab terror against Ameri- cans in this country, however. Hanoi-watchers are at a loss to understand the reasons for the blatant verbal support Hanoi gave to the Munich killings, at a time when Hanoi is courting public opinon in Western Eur- ope and the United States. Some knowledgeable sources sec a dramatic example of a narrow "revolutionary" mental- ly which guides North Vietna- mese attitudes toward the out- side world. 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