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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, April 77, 1973 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD 19 Choppy lake A sea of stumps surfaces in part of Skagit Valley, about 120 miles east of Van- couver, from October to June. During summer, the area is flooded by Seattle City Power and Light Co. but for the rest of the year, stumps recall logged-off forest. Egyptians being prepared for crisis in Middle East By GRANVILLE WATTS CAIRO (Reuter) President Anwar Sadat is preparing his people for what he calls a ma- jor "shock" in the Middle East c r i s i skeptics who doubted Egyptian intentions in the past are taking the current build-up more seriously. Small signs in recent days add to a feeling among observ- ers in Cairo that the military situation is moving towards a climax that may be reached in the summer months. For instance, Egyptian news- papers have suddenly started carrying small boxas on their front pages declaring: "Fight- ing has been imposed on and "The days of sacrifices are approaching." Similar statements by Egyp- tian leaders have been appear- ing between programs on the state-controlled television serv- ice. WARNINGS GIVEN Examples: "We will fight un- til victory" and "Prepare all resourcse for the hour of deci- sion." Since Egypt's defeat in the 1367 war with Israel, Egyptians have been constantly reminded of the need to recapture lost lands. Many observers here perceive an approach to another of the propaganda peaks. Part of the escalating tension came with the government an- nouncement that a secret oper- ations room has been set up in Cairo for use by the cabinet in emergency conditions. War committees in various areas throughout Egypt were' ordered to remain in a per- manent state of readiness with their operation rooms miked to the main control centre in Cairo. MORE SHELTER URGED The government has also called for the speedy construc- tion of more public ah- raid shelters in the capital. Mamdouh Salem, deputy pre- mier and interior minister, told reporters he had approved the Metal industry defends recycling ad campaign HAMILTON (CP) A spokesman for the Canadian initil industry has defended an advertising campaign about metal recycling against recent charges that it is "misleading." Jean Cormier, director of communication and public af- fairs for Dominion Foundries and Steel Co. Ltd.. said in an interview Wednesday the critics of the advertisements have mis- interpreted them. The advertisements, which began running in Canadian newspapers March 28. de- scribed a "breakthrough" in the recycling of soft drink cans. Aid. Ying Hope of Toronto j said earlier this week such rec- j yding has been available for a j long time while Aid. William Kiiboum called the advcrtise- QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC tDOY DIETRICH Certified Dcnfol MecKonii Capitol Furniture BIdg. PHONE 328-76P4 Iments "misleading'' and "gar- The advertisements, spon- sored by Alcan Canada Prod- ucts Ltd., American Can Can- ada Ltd.. Continental Can Co. of Canada Ltd., Dofasco and the Steel Co. of Canada Ltd.. say cans now can be magnetically separated from solid waste, calling this a "breakthrough." While agreeing that recycling of metal "has been around for Air. Cormier said that recycling methods used in the past as much as 25 per cent of whst was retrieved "was just garbage, paper, plastic, that sort of thing." "The breakthrough is that we have developed a new separa- tion procedure which reduces the non-metal content to only five per "Thai's a breakthrough. I don't care what Uiese guys say.'' Mr. Cormier said. He agreed Uial there Jws hccn no mention in the advertise- ments of the new efficiency rate. spending of more than for the construction of 33 new public shelters and 200 open trenches with barricaded sides. Owners have also been urged to comply with the provision of air raid shelter facilities for all residential and public buildings. Blast walls, previously erected at the entrances of buildings, were removed in some cases last year and the bricks used in general construc- tion work. Shelters have also tended to be neglected and few certainly few foreign residents in the location of their local air raid shelter. A series of civil defence drills in Cairo and other centres wiUi sLoiulated- ?npalm sir attacks have astonished tourists. Some were recently shocked to see smoke and flames rising and the "bodies" of simulated vic- tims lying around in the main square of Cairo. Such preparations and state- ments by President Sadat of the inevitability of another war with Israel have tended to be largely dismissed by western governments in the past. But reports have circulated that Washington now is treating the Egyptian leader's declara- tions with greater concern. U.S. State Secretary William Rogars has called for a "cease- fire on inflammatory rhetoric'1 as well as a halt to all in the Middle East. i Energy crisis teaming given CALGARY (CP) The grow- ing energy shortage could jeop- ardize Canada's manufacturing industry, says George Wilkinson, general manger of utility sales for Westinghouse Canada Ltd. i He told a sen-ice club here I that United Staies energy de- mands will require greater im- ports of fuel which wouM in- i cease its balance of trade de- ficit. i To reduce the deficit, the U.S. would try io increase its ex- ports of manufactured goods. Such competition could hurt Caladian industry, reducing j jobs and lowering the standard of living for all Canadians. Experts have prtxiklcd man-! ufacturirjg jobs would decrease in Canada by 1980, he said.. FUR STORAGE TIME L FREE SPEEDY PICK-UP RESTYUNG REUNING REPAIRING CLEANING AND GLAZING The LETHBRIDGE FURRIERS gine, 4 speed transmission, 70 amp battery, 600x14 tires, 3910 GVW, rear bum- per. Retail 2783.80 SALE Down Payment Monthly Payment 76.94 You've turned the clocks we've turned prices back, way back. So you'll see enough daylight to buy the car of your dreams! You only have to look at these great savings to know where generosity lives. And lets the sunshine in, 3116A 1973 COMET GT 302 V8 motor, auto, trans., radio, bucket seats. Dark green metallic with light green 2183C 1972 DATSUN Red with black interior. 1200 cc motor, 4 speed trans., radio and tape player. 3236A 1972 PINTO SQUIRE STN. WAGON Ivy bronze metallic with beige houndstooth in- terior. 2000 cc motor, auto. f trans., radio, low mileage gjg g 3299A 1972 METEOR RIDEAU 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP. Medium blue with dork blue vinyl roof. 400 CID motor, auto, trans., power steering and brakes, radio. One owner. TOYOTA CORONA MARK II STATION WAGON. 1900 ec motor, 4 speed, vf trans., radio. Red with black interior. 3305A 1971 METEOR MONTCALM 351 V8 motor, airto. trans., power steering and brakes, radio, light green with green interior. 3002A 1971 MARQUIS BROUGHAM 4-DOOR PILLAR H.T. 429 VB, auto, trans., power steering and brakes, radio, auto, air cond., power windows. Medium ginger with brown vinyl roof. 1973 CORTINA 2-DR. Electric blue, block In- terior, 2000 cc engine, 4 transmission, electric rear dew defroster, 2 speed wip- ers, reclining bucket seats, bumper guards, lighter. Retail 2898.50 SALE Down Payment Monthly 80.04 zj TZ 1973 2-DR. 2000 cc. Evergreen, ten interior, A speed mcnuol 1 transmission, p. brakes, clec- trie reor window defroster, frt. end rear bumper guards, i. bucket seals, lighter, styled steel wheels, woodtone in- _ strument panel. Retail 3405.50 tllTC SAIC 3180S 1966 MERCURY 4 door sedan, gold and white, with gold in- terior. V-8 motor, auto, trans., power steering and brakes, radio. 2277B 1965 MERCURY PARKLANE Black with red interior. V-8 motor, auto, trans., power steering and brakes, radio. 3269A 1969 PONTIAC 4 DOOR H.T. V-8, outo. trans., power steering, power brakes, radio, tape player, air cond. Black with black vinyl roof, blue interior. GP242 1969 FORD 2 DOOR HARDTOP, red with white roof, V-8 auto, irons., power steering, power brakes, radio, red vinyl interior. 2527B 1968 FORD CUSTOM 4 door sedan, V-8 "ictor, aulo. Irons., radio. Silver Blue with blue interior. 3015A 1968 PLYMOUTH STATION WAGON, 318 V-8 motor, oulo, trans., radio. Blue with M 4 bJue interior. 3170 A 1967 METEOR RIDEAU 4 door sedan, V8 motor, outo. irons., power steering end radio. Aqua with light oqua interior. 3109A 1972 FORD F350 1 ton with box. 360 V8, 4 speed trans. 3278A 1970 CHEV TON V8 motor, 3 speed trans. White with 'beigo interior. 3361A 1970 FORD F600 Chassis and cob. 361 V8 motor, 5 speed trans, and 2 speed rear axle. Baby blue. 2270C 1969 FORD Vz TON F100 V8 motor, 4 speed trans., radio. Burnt orange in color. 1973 CORTINA Red-black inferior. 2001 4 speed transmission, elec rear defroster, 2 speed wio- ers, reclining bucket seats, bumper guards, lighter. Retail SAW Down Payment Monthly .xv- UUHROCR ITTRKG: GIVC 514 3rd AVENUE SOUTH Phone 327-2209 1718 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5763 ;