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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 36-THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD-ThwrwUy, April Chess wizard Howard Doppelt, Chicago 8th grader, is back playing his father after beating international grand- master Svetozar Gligoric, of Yugoslavia. The master took on 54, among them Howard, at Chicago Chess Club. On 27th move, Gligoric knew he couldn't win. Pressure builds for withdrawal from Ireland NEWCASTLE UNDER- LYME, England (Reuter) Defence Minister Roy Mason warned Wednesday that pres- sure is building up in Britain for withdrawing troops from Northern Ireland. In a speech likely to cause sharp controversy, Mason said the people in Northern Ireland should take on more of the burden of combatting guerrilla warfare. He appealed for men to join the Northern Ireland police and the part-time Ulster Defence Regiment. "Pressure is mounting on the mainland to pull out the Mason said. "Equally demands are being made to set a date for withdrawal thereby forcing the leaders of the warring faction to get together and hammer out a solution." It was the first time a British minister had spoken so plainly about the pressures for troop withdrawal, although the Labor government has shown itself in favor of handing over more anti- guerrilla work to civilian police. About British troops now are stationed in Ulster. They went there in 1969 to keep warring Roman Catholic and Protestant communities apart and became drawn into a war against Irish Republican Army guerrillas which has so far cost more than 200 army lives. Nixon seeks funds for Arab nations WASHINGTON (AP) President Nixon asked Congress Wednesday for billion in new foreign aid funds, including a economic boost for Egypt and another million that possibly could be used for Syria and the Palestine ref- ugees. "In the Middle East we have an opportunity to achieve a significant breakthrough for world said the president in a message requesting the aid for fiscal 1975. "Increased foreign aid will be a Vital complement to our diplomacy in maintaining the momentum toward a negotiated settlement which will serve the interests of both Israel and the Arab nations." He said U.S. assistance is no less critical to South Vietnam, Cambodia and Laos as they try to make a difficult transition from war to peace. The Nixon request called specifically for million to the Middle East, Israel million, Egypt million, Jordon million, and million in a special requirements fund. He also sought million for Indochina in the form of million for Vietnam, million for Cambodia, mil- lion for Laos, and an additional million to administer the program. No funds were sought for re- construction in North Vietnam. Gerald Warren, the deputy White House press secretary, said economic aid to Hanoi cannot be considered "until there is compliance" with the Paris peace agreement. The president and State Sec- retary Henry Kissinger outlined the aid package to congressional leaders in a 90- jninute breakfast meeting. Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield said he would consider the proposal "with an open mind." He remains generally opposed to foreign aid. Satellites up MOSCOW (AP) The Soviet government announced Wednesday it had launched a cluster of eight unmanned Cosmos satellites with a single carrier rocket. It was the ninth time in three years that the Soviets reported sending up a cluster of satellites in the Cosmos series that is used for a wide range of Soviet space experiments. Israel rapped UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) The U.N. Security Council condemned Israel Wednesday night for raiding six 'Lebanese villages in retaliation for a Palestinian guerrilla attack against an Israeli village April 11. The United States joined in the 13- to-0 vote condemning Israel. China and Iraq did not participate in the vote. Sears Save up to No payment 'til June' Last 10 days! Cddspot pre-season air-conditioner sale Deluxe BTU air conditioner Woodgram front panel keeps noise level down. 3 fan speeds. 4-way air direction. Comfort sen- sor Air exhaust Filter Dehumidifies. No. BTU BTU air conditioner automatically adjusts its cool after May 11th, 1974 'Aware' conditioners are fully automatic. Just set and forget. Both compressor and fan turn on and off as conditions dictate. Automatically changes fan speeds too Washable, germicidal filter screens out dust, pollen and irritants, 3-speed fan, with 'low' quiet operation for undisturbed sleep. 4-way, air direction circulates cool air. Dehumidifies. Refreshing air exhaust. 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