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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 40 THI lETHBRIDGE HERALD Wslnejday, Sept.mhur 29, 197! I YOU 5AID A MOUTHFUL Perhaps Nojpnja, o five-year-old orangutan al a zoo In London is trying to tell us something or maybe he's merely reflecting on the boredom of confinement. Supersonic secrets sale magnified says official LONDON (CP) A Scotland Yard source said here claims by a former British Air- craft Corportion engineer that he sold secrets about the super- sonic Concorde airliner to agents for "are exaggerated." The informant said state- ments made by James Doyle. 48, have been fully investigated and no reason was found to pre- fer charges against him. Doyle told reporters that secu- rity at the plant in Bristol, Eng- land, where the British verson of the Concorde was developed "was a joke" and that he could have walked oul of the plant with almost anything he wanted. He maintained that the Rus- sians paid him for Con- corde secrets but he balked when the KGB asked him to steal a missile as well. "I don't mind taking docu- ments out but I would have had to account for a missing mis- Doyle said. Nevertheless he claimed that 11 would have been easy to transport the missile out of the factory at Bristol because no one would stop him at the west gate. "We had a house about 400 yards from the factory ear- marked and would have hidden the missile in the back garden." GUARDS LEFT KEYS Dojle, who lives in Bristol, said he used to buy drinks for the factory security men. They would leave keys for him at the main gate so that he could get into the factory's top-security sections. "11 was open house. I used to go in and take what I wanted. You could walk out with a brief- case bulging with anything you wanted." He claimed that he started spying for the Russians in Janu- ary, 1969, after a Soviet trade delegation official got in touch with him. He said he went to London every second Friday with secret documents and was wined and dined by the Rus- sians. Once he tooka KGB man Into the Concorde hangar and intro- duced him to security men at the plant as a friend from Ham- burg. He said the Russian made sketches of the Concorde cock- pit and tock notes. Doyle now is a burglar alarm worker. He left BAG in February, 1970. TOOK NO ACTION A BAG spokesman said tie whole matter was investigated by Scotland Yard's special branch months ago and no ac- tion was taken. While Scotland Yard dis- missed Doyle's statements as insignificant, the London Evening News said Doyle's "wild" statements were at first ignored by the special branch but that they now are being taken seriously in the light of the recent defection of a senior KGB officer and Britain's purge of 105 Soviet officials. Tlie paper said that detectives have mounted Operation Flush- out at BAG, seeking more Brit- ish "collaborators." A number of commentators have noted the amazing similar- ity between the Concorde and the Soviet Union's TU-144. Both have similar design contours leading to speculation that the Russians gained information on original British-French designs on which to base their own plan- ning. DON'T KNOW Most people don't know where their hearts are located, re- searchers who conducted a sur- vey in Glascow, Scotland, told medical meeting. BREAK WITH TRADITION Girls will be admitted as stu- dents to exclusive King's School Ely, England, this year for RISING BATE Births rose 18 per cent in New South Wales, South Africa dur- ing the first three months of he first time in its 1971 over the same period last .listory. I year. POPULATION FIGURE PAINTINGS UNVEILED Spain and its African territo- nes had a total population paintings of religious sub- as of Dec. 30, jecls he worked on in government statistics showed, i during the last decada. Chery wantec Molland the facts! EXACT REPLICA EDMONTON (CP) An exact copy of one of Edmon- ton's first general in being built in Fort Edmonton Park. The firm of McDougal] .and .Secord .Ltd., founded by John A. McDougall, who operated the general store, and his partner Richard Secord, has donated to finance the reconstruction Cheryl Molland asked Tony Catchick, director of quality control and research in charge of Alpha Milk Laboratories about quality All Alpha products, Cheryl! like Alpha Evaporated Milk, Skimmed Powdered and 2% Evaporated Skimmed Milk, undergo the most rigourous control at various stages. Beginning with government inspection of dairy herds and milking plants, through all phases of condensing, filteration and holding, to canning and sterilization, our products are under constant supervision of highly qualified personnel. Store checks are the final steps to insure that the Alpha products on your grocer's shelves are the best you can buy. Those are the facts. The family of good Alpha products A-2-71 Harvest-time Trainloads of fresh-picked B.C. Macs! Packed in special harvest-time Handi-Paks to save you money! The Okanagfm Mnlntosh apple harvest 1s in full swing find the growers want to ship as many B.C. Macs ns they can, during harvest time. This Is your chance lo save! The fastest nncl most economical way to pack and sliip is In tho I Jandi-Pnk box and the savings arc passed on to you. The Handi-Fak lias been specially de- signed lo give you thn kind of savings Ihat will keep you coming back for more nncl more crisp, juicy B.C. Macs. B.C. Macs in Handi-Paks. Best for the growers... best for your family... best for your budget! ;