Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 27, 1973 · Page 32
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Combodio figuring more importantly in Indo peace prospects Fit, April27,1J73 GREELEV (Colo.) TRIBUNE W By WILLIAM L. RYAN AF Special Correspondent As Henry A. Kissinger sets off for Paris to try to salvage 'the Vietnam and Laos cease- fire accords, Cambodia figures ever more importantly as a key to prospects for peace in Indochina. Cambodia is the only one of the Indochina states still lacking a formal cease-fire agreement. As long as the nasty .little war goes on there, the whole structure of the peace arrangements worked out in Paris is in danger. North Vietnam poses an intriguing puzzle in Cambodia. What does it have in mind there? Why does it seem so un" hurried? It is becoming clear that the Communists are unlikely to be stopped from taking Phnom Penh from President Lon Nol, despite U.S. air support. The American support can be effective only if there is something real to support, and the Lon Nol regime looks less than real. The new "broadening" of the government is likely to be of little help. Lon Nol has created a High Political Council, osten- - sibly in (he hope of inducing his enemies to negotiate. But its members -- Lon Nol, Sirik Matak, In Tarn and Cheng Heng -are among the men the deposed chief of state, Prince Norodom Sihanouk, has vowed to hang. Sihanouk, living in exile in Peking, told an Indian interviewer months ago that "the place of Lon Nol, Sirik Matak" and others in the Phnom Penh regime "will be in front of the gallows." Last week his government-in- exile labelled Sirik Matak, In Tarn and others around Lon Nol as "arch-antinational, arch- rotten, arch-Fascist fellow plotters," as traitors whose maneuvers seeking cease-fire negotia- Cars may be labeled by gas mileage DETROIT (AP) - If the Environmental Protection Agency has its way, consumers may be able to find out the gas mileage of automobiles the same way they can tell the contents of a can of soup - from Ihe label. The KPA released mileage figures for some 450 different 1973 car models Wednesday and said it would continue to do so on an annual basis. The agency, which has been critical of high fuel consumption by new cars, described the move as "a first step toward establishing a voluntary energy labeling program for the automobile." Although Wednesday's move may be a landmark in federal regulation of the auto industry, the EPA figures included no major surprises. As expected, they showed heavy cars and those equipped with automatic transmissions use more gas than lighter models and cars with manual transmissions. Lighter cars like the Ford Pinto, the Chevrolet Vega and the Toyola all got about 20 miles to the gallon when equipped with manual transmissions. The three models each weigh about 2,000 pounds. Models weighing about 5,000 pounds and equipped with automatic transmissions got only eight or nine miles a gallon. 1 These included the Chrysler Imperial, the Mercury and the Oldsmobile. The statistics were based on tests run a year ago at the EPA facility in Ann Arbor. The cars were run for 23 minutes each on a machine called a dynamometer, which synthesizes urban driving conditions. The dynamometer test run is called the LA Four because it is designed to duplicate a stretch of driving in Los Angeles, including slops and starts with little high-speed Iravel. tions were doomed to be "smashed to pieces." That didn't sound like the pronouncement of people likely to be impressed by the "broadened" regime. Americans in Phnom Penh agree with Sihanouk's recent assessment that Phnom Penh was like ripe fruit, ready to .fall. If the North Vietnamese and Viet Cong forces in the country threw themsleves into an all- out effort, the fall could be quick. Instead, Americans on the scene say, Vietnamese forces are leaving the active fighting to the Cambodians themselves. That should provoke some curiosity about Hanoi's intentions. 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