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Albert Lea Sunday Tribune (Newspaper) - March 25, 1979, Albert Lea, Minnesota Albert Lea Tribune somday Nerk 23, 1�7f not 1 Sadat Happy at Prospect of signing peace treaty Cairo. Egypt it a it prot rec it Anwar Sadat left for the United states saturday and the signing of an historic peace treaty with Israel saying he was a Happy extremely Happy Quot As Sadat headed for Washington. Syrian foreign minister Abdul Halim Haddam called for a the highest degree of revolutionary violence to strangle and overthrow the Sadat regime Quot hut he told a kuwaiti newspaper that Syria would not seek an Arab Oil embargo again St the United states for mediating the treaty Syria is a Leader of the Arab hardliners opposed to the pact the egyptian Leader a com enied by his family and top go Putian officials let Cairo in to emotional Airport at 10 10 a m. Aboard the presidential jetliner officials said he would make a refuelling Stop in the azores then continue i his 14-hour flight to Washington where he and israeli prime minister Menachem begin Are to sign the peace treaty monday Sadat originally planned to Stop overnight in Madrid for talks with Spain s King Juan Carlos but egyptian officials said the trip was cancelled for Security reasons Sadat appeared Jovial when he told reporters he was Happy to be going to Washington hut moments before he was locked in concentrated conversation with his vice president. Horny Mubarak israeli reaction to treaty mixed the egyptian Leader waved goodbye from the door of the air plane there were no formal departure ceremonies among the official delegation accompanying Sadat was prime minister Mustafa Khalil. Sadat s top peace negotiator and the ministers of Economy and planning the editors of Cairo a three major daily news papers were also aboard but a separate plane that left before Sadat departed carried the rest of the press corps begin flew to new York on Friday saying he was a praying from the Bottom of my heart Quot that the treaty would Lead to a wider Mideast peace begin travels to Washington on sunday. Israeli foreign minister Mas he Dayan was meeting with negotiators in Washington today Over a memorandum of understanding Between Israel and the United states court orders a bomb hearing affidavits closed to Public As i ate photo trial Over a Mary Bell Vincent 16. Right and her Mother answer questions at a news conference after the Man accused of raping miss Vincent and chopping off her arms was convicted by a jury. Miss Vincent said she will be trying to Quot get Bock to Normal As soon As possible Quot Milwaukee a it a a fed eral judge has ordered court documents kept out of the Public Eye for the same reason that the government is trying to suppress an article about Hydrogen bombs at a closed hearing Friday. The progressive Magazine asked that the Complete text of All affidavits filed in its defense be made Public. Portions of several affidavits including two by freelance writer Howard Morland. Were censored by government officials on the same National Security grounds cited in the government s civil suit to keep the Madison based Magazine from publishing mor land s article about the construction of an a bomb us District judge Robert Warren who has scheduled a hearing monday on the government request for an injunction barring publication of the article. Issued a one sentence order decreeing that the deleted information continue to be kept from Public View attorneys for the two sides said they could not comment on anything that happened at the hearing the government contends that Morland s article contains secret data restricted by the atomic Energy act it says its publication could Lead to further proliferation of nuclear weapons and has filed affidavits from three Cabinet members to sup port its Case the progressive argues that All information in the article is in the Public Domain and that Morland obtained it through research and government approved visits to nuclear weapons manufacturing plants in a memorandum filed Fri Day morning on its bid to re move restrictions on its affidavits. The progressive Toki the court it must strike a balance a Between the Public s right to know and the government s right to keep secrets in their memorandum stating reasons for objecting to Public filing of the defense affidavits government attorneys said Energy department officials concluded that portions of the affidavits would reveal restrict Edda a by Michael associated press writer Tel Aviv Israel a for years. Reuven Perth has shared a joke with his three daughters about the Day Israel and Egypt make peace a a i Tell them Well go Back to Egypt and find the eyes i lost and my Finger too Quot the Day after Perth crossed the Suez canal in the daring operation that saved the 1973 War for Israel a commander sent his unit on a search and destroy Mission Down the wrong Road Quot it was a he said a mistakes happen in wars All the time Quot they were easy targets and an egyptian rocket propelled grenade left him Blind scarred and minus one Finger on his left hand if this was the Price of peace. Reuven Perth and thousands More israelis and egyptians will be pay ing instalments for the rest of their lives generalizations Are hard to come by to describe the attitudes of israelis who will keep their scars of War w Hether or not peace really comes some refused to be interviewed others expressed the same spectrum of opinion As the rest of their countrymen Hope that a new Era May be dawning fear that the agreement to be signed in Washington monday will collapse and leave Israel vulnerable in a new War. Uncertainty about the future a Why should we feel any differently Quot said Hagai Zamir Quot i done to see what my personal sacrifice has to do with it Quot Zamir. 28. Was wounded by an exploding mine during a commando raid on an egyptian Island in 1970 one leg was amputated at the knee and his face was scarred Quot my Mission was set at the time i did my Best and whatever happened happened now things have changed maybe because we fought so hard he said Perth. A 34-Yearld sex Kib he Tomk who now works for an insurance company said he has t followed the exhausting 16-month peace process too closely Quot our minds and hearts Aren t so much in he said Quot we have enough problems just trying to live Quot but Uri Ashkoli w As one of the few members of Kibbutz far Giladi. In the Galilee who stayed up to watch israelis parliament approve the treaty at 4 a m last thursday after a Long debate Gas closings predicted continued from Page i it however. Ettesvold and others said that for Moat motorists the sunday closings amount to an inconvenience and not a crisis motorists will find a Manv stations closed Quot but they wifi find one open Down the said Jerry Everett executive director of the Northwest Petroleum association which represents about 800 jobbers and retail outlets largely in Rural Minnesota. A there is no danger of anyone being stranded without he said major Oil companies began allocating gasoline supplies to their stations this month on the basis of what the stations got last year regardless of whether or not there was an increase in demand the Federal government has proposed mandatory sunday closings of service stations to conserve Energy but a1 John son. State Energy director said that would place too much of a Burden on states depending on Younst business Johnson said his Agency will announce a new conservation program next week jury convicts Man accused in rape mutilation Case Garwood s return to . Could result in charges Naha. Okinawa it a it a Marine pet Robert r Garwood accused of collaborating with the enemy during the Vietnam War. Could become the first american to be executed for desertion since world War ii if he is tried and convicted a Pentagon spokesman says the last american Soldier to die for desertion was army pvt Eddie Slovik. Who was shot by a firing Sauad shortly after the Battle of the bulge in Northern Belgium in december 1944 capt Bob Bowen the Pentagon spokesman said Friday that lesser penalties for Garwood could include a prison sentence or dishonourable discharge the spokesman said the five preliminary charges filed against Garwood were based on allegations made Quot by other returning prisoners of War Quot the Marine corps has begun formal investigations to determine whether 33-year-old Marine from greens Birg ind. Will face a court martial Bowen said the preliminary charges include desertion communication. Corresponding or holding Intercourse with the enemy misconduct As a prisoner attempting to cause insubordination disloyalty and refusal of duty and solicitation Garwood a is undergoing a Complete physical examination Quot at a . Naval Hospital on the japanese Island of Okinawa. Bowen said the Marine who stayed in Vietnam after he was captured then released by the Viet Cong in 1965. Flew to Bangkok. Thailand thursday on a commercial flight from to Chih Minh City formerly Saigon a . Military transport flew him to the Beer Battle continued from Page 1 it cent in alcoholic Content. Keefe s Bill allows All Beers 7 percent and under to be sold by establishments with Beer licenses Keefe says that would keep in touch with the changing taste for suds exhibited by minnesotans since 1960 in 1960 consumption of 3 2 Beer and Strong Beer per person averaged about the same nine Gallons of each kind of brew but latest figures available show 3 2 consumption dropping to four Gallons a person. While stronger Beer is being consumed at the rate of 20 Gallons per person Keefe contends that since Many persons can t Tell the difference Between 32 and the stronger version which averages Only about 6 percent stronger there a no need to continue the Legal distinction the subcommittee also approved a Bill in Case Keefer a gets sidetracked which would allow restaurants with both Beer and wine licenses to sell Strong Beer without buying a liquor License but Tom Newcome. Legislative representative for liquor licenses. Said off Sale dealers Are finding Competition Tough enough now without creating new Competition by allowing All Beer licensees including supermarkets and Gas stations to sell stronger Beer Okinawa naval base Friday. Bowen said the Marine telephoned his family shortly after Nis arrival in Okinawa and a spoke with his dad for about 15 Garwood who has asked not to meet with reporters issued a statement Friday saying. A after 14 years in Vietnam i am very excited and Happy to be Able to return to my country my family and my friends a i can to possibly put into words just How Good it feels to be among my fellow americans again in a very very Happy to be going Home Quot in a statement Given to Abc news in Hanoi on wednesday. Garwood denied he Colado rated with the vietnamese a i was in collaboration with the people of the United states against the involvement of the United states government in he said. After Garwood left Vietnam on thursday the Vietnam news Agency issued a report in Hanoi that said the Marine a crossed Over to the liberation armed forces in 1965 after seeing that the then- War of aggression against Vietnam was an unjust War Quot the Agency said Garwood asked permission to remain in Vietnam after the communist takeover of South Vietnam in 1975. It said he was allowed to return to the United states at his own request to rejoin his family. Garwood enlisted in the marines at the age of 19 and was in one of the first Marine detachments sent to South Vietnam in 1965 he could receive More than $146,000 in Bawlf pay if the military rules that he was a prisoner of War san Diego it a Mary Vincent will Bear the physical Marks of her mutilation permanently but she said after the conviction of the rapist who chopped off her arms that she will try to overcome the mental wounds a will try not to have any More bad dreams about this and get paranoid every said the 15-year-old miss Vincent after a jury of nine men and three women convicted i Awrence Singleton on Friday of raping her and hacking off her arms with an a last sept 29 Quot i m just glad court is Over with i m looking Forward to having a better life with my the dark eyed curly haired girl told reporters after the verdict was read the jury which listened to 10 Days of testimony and deliberated for 12 s hours Over three Davs. Found Singleton a 51-Vear-old merchant Seaman guilty of attempted murder in the first degree rape mayhem two counts of forcible Oral copulation. Sodomy and kidnapping Superior court judge Earl h Maas or said that under the states determinate sentencing Law. The maximum prison term Singleton could receive when he is sentenced april 20 would be 14 years and three months Don Stahl the District attorney of stanislaus county who came to san Diego to prosecute Singleton because of extensive news coverage of the Case in Northern California said he would seek the maximum sentence a i believe that the crime was aggravated beyond belief. Stahl said adding that his Only regret is a that the penalty is not stiff enough for a crime like this Quot miss Vincent who since the attack has been fitted with prosthetic arms with Metal books for hands agreed asked at a news conference if she thought the verdict was fair she replied Quot he has a daughter and now would he feel if someone did this to his daughter he d wish that person to get miss Vincent was found sept 30 wandering naked blood and m Shock along a Rural Road near Modesto Singleton was arrested nine Days later in dramatic courtroom testimony. Miss Vincent had pointed to Singleton As her attacker Singleton did not testify but the jury heard a 75-minute tape of police questioning him after his arrest at his former wife s Home in Sparks. Nev while admitting that he had sexual Intercourse with miss Vincent. Singleton denied mutilating her saying two male hitchhikers also were in his Van and that he fell asleep drunk when he awoke. Singleton said the girl was gone country. Kitchen Don t forget to get your dinner club Cord Quot punched Between a 5 amp 9 . My five purchased meals gets you that sixth Meel absolutely free Check your card offer expires 90 j Days from Issue Date. Stop out today. Couch tit Kitchen 1 5tqiml k frown a amp 45 East Albert Lea 373-2314 globetrotters tomorrow 7 30 pm Riverside Arena Austin a admission $5 00 on sole Riverside Arena Box office Nejiu t Austin Montgomery Ward Albert Lea Huey s Cigar store Rochester information 437 7676 chopped Steak dinner salad bar potato. Toast and drink sirloin stockade abort Loa tar. Jack s disco 1 1st annual disco style show March 27th 7 30 . We will be showing All the latest in disco clothes hair styles and dances to compliment the disco scene. Featuring the latest disco styles by leu holds Millers Andersen a three Sisters Stevenson the hair designers free admission 373-6634. Carisch theatres i Broadway twin i 373-7038 g 7 15-9 05 special mat. Sun. 2 00 . Walt Disney pkodocnahs1 the North Avenue irregulars Broadway twin 373-7038 7 15-9 00 2nd big week halloween i Broadway twin 373-7039 . Women s matinee sunday -2 00 . Special matinee s free to All turning in your cards with address on Back of mrs. Jaycee mat. Card s Conquest of the planet of the apes please Call for reservations 0 2 Miles no. Of 1-90 exit Ith St. . Overlooking Ramsey dam san Riff Tow Favati cocktails 7 nights a we a a look what $7.95 at Quot the old Mill Quot buys y0u1 a barbecued ribs a herring a Linen table cloths a cheese a Scenic atmosphere a crackers a excellent service a relishes a Little smokes or Chicken wings a garlic Toast a Roll a potatoes salad All of this served 7 nights a week starting at 5 30 Rte new room preferred pm. 437-2074 toughest Rodeo Riverside Arena Austin Minn. Four big performances Friday april 13, 8 00 pm. Saturday april 14, 2 00 pm. Saturday april 14, 8.00 pm. Sunday april 15, 2 00 pm. See More than 220 of the nation s top professional cowboys and cowgirls pitting their skills against one another and the most cantankerous Herd of livestock you will Ever see All seats Are reserved a $6.50. Friday bargain night a All seats just $4.50. Saturday 2 ., kids Day a adults $6.50, kids 12 and under i Price. Saturday 8 ., hat night a free Cowboy hats to the first 250 kids. Sunday family Day a kids 12 years and under i Price. How to got Tho boat Toots enclose stamped self addressed envelope make Check payable to and mail to Riverside Arena ticket office co Rodeo tickets Austin Minnesota 55972, for amount of tickets plus 35 cents service charge per order phone 507-437-7676. Tickets also on Sale at Nemitz s in Austin wards in Albert Lee and Huey s in Rochester it stamped return envelope is not enclosed or it order is received less than 5 Days before the performance tickets will not be mailed but held to be picked up at the will Call ticket window on the Day of the performance

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