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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday. Dcccmbsr 29, 1972 Sadat calls OH govl. to prepare CAIRO iReuter) President will stand in our way no Anwar Sadat of Ezypt said force will intimidate us and no Thursday night he hss called on 'enemy terrify his to rrepare for a Sadat denounced the United possible outbreak" of" fighting States for turning Israel into with Israel. "an arsenal" and said Egypt I In his fiist major soeech for hold fast to its friend-nip more than two months. the Sonet Umon-a.- must appreciate cs an allusion to Moscow's con- lie told parliament: "The mo- reluctance to provide ment has come to tell ourselves Er.-pt more sophisticated and others that so oiiensive wspons. Reiiowued cellist Casals is 96 Piter-i) reople v.ill corr.e to see us but Reciter i Psh'o Casals, th? expect at least 200. There world's creates; ant', a vi'l bj a number oi musicians life-km activist in- and choruses-there always braies his are -and- ones again there '.'.all surrounded l.y frcer.ds ar.d the a home concert with my bus- music he loves, band playing the cello. Alexan- Casals. an exile from his na- Schneider the violin and live Spain since Gen. Francisco Miecysla-.v HorsZ'W-ki the pi- Franco's victory in the ?nanlsh ano.1' ci'.il V'-ar. in a sracio'js Despite his age. Casals re- two-stcrey house in a q-Jiei actjve- obsession with rr.usic unquenched but. as al- His "V.'e '-'-'ays. overshadowed by his de- rever know exactly ho-v many sirt; for -.vorld peace. Rembrandt painting grabbed PALM SPRINGS. Calif, i hole in the roo! of the Bucr'.y te-, _ Pou'ce said Thursday s Fisher An Caller.- and entered painting by the Dutch Master the vauit where the painung Hembrandt inciiired for stored, v.-as stolen from an art gallery Ihey said the painting was Tuesday night. They said the rjuned by a resident of Van- Protestant terrorists kill youths i BELFAST 'AP; Bombs ex-1 time militiaman, a Pro'.eslar.t, ploded en both sides of the bor- was found in the cab of a dig- dor between Northern Ireland t ging maciiir.e. raising the death ami the Irish republic Thursday toll in Northern Ireland to at i night, tilling two teen-agers and least K in more Inan tlirce I shattering the centre of two years of communal warfare. small Unuis in the republic. A li r i t i s h army spokesman REQUIEM Snow-covered btonc'nes and roiling hiil Que., not far from Ottawa and ciosB to Harrington Lake, build- re-reived a federal grant to L r c.c.1 l-.ilp the har.dicappwi last n r cxjo 01 occurred ear. pleaded guilty here to dc- t M n eo.1 of Clouts, the Government of h i c h P i i vrt terrorists more than claim Ls a base for Irish Re- Terr.- James Han-en, 27, of r b' c-ji V-T" rads across the Vvhiieroc-k. B.C. will be r Tier i-to N jrthern Ireland, j tenced for the fraud Feb. 7. 'The Mast knocked tele-; llansea 2nd Gtcrsma Slough. phcne poles and blew in doors 32, also of were ard wir-dows within 100 vards, chared ir. September after gov- I but nobody was hurt. I ernincTit investigators discov- j Thc'se two bombings were ered that a portion of Local i blamed on Protestant ferrorisLs Initiative Program grant of 'from the northern side of the v.-as r.ot all used in the border. helping hand project. In Northern Ireland, mean- Tne crown dropped charges '-vhi'c-, five explosions wrecked Miss Sio'J2h. a shed ar.d an em- i Tne helping har.d rc- plovment bureau. No casualties a in were retried f-orn those blasts 1'Tl. io help the disabled and either, but the body of a part- elderly in Edmonton. paintirig. St. Phillip Eap'izing couver who spends pan oi his ajnbassada-. Ke Pu Hai, j ChLit-e psopie because they not disclosed, but the president. the Eunuch, f.'as frcrn ics. time in Palm Springs. They n- the president issued z formal were truthful. ''li trey say they expressed pleasure at Chou's EDMONTON (CP) All re- frame by thieves v.t.o made a f'jsed to release his name. to Peking to send a i v.-ill i.isist you, they will do j affirmation of solidarity with fillable and non reJillabie soft j TV7, radio lecluiicians return __ NEW YORK 'AP.) Tele-' facijues here ar.d in sU other vision and radio technicians cities were taken down within v.ere returnir.c to work at the cT east. 53 4') Utst of C'jnlinf-ntal Divide f'ioj'ly today tonight, scat, rain or late Satur- day. days Mt-dicifie i tonight to TORONTO W, --to.. cent bother means. can cope v.-ith, '.Viliiarrj R. fjy- and prr rnond. a Urivrjrsitv of profe-sc-r. fair! Thurvlsy. [r, r-e 'sir lie sai'I the federal gocern- tion rorit GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES v-a r-nt ;aid prime corr.crn vss to !c-jve the v.wild dircctiy t-rnpioy Jl! per- ar.'-T. i.n the errjer- geooy. PHONE 323-U-51 ,sv. ,h, f-.o GOLDEN BRIDGE RESTAURANT 1517 WAYO.R HOLIDAY HOURS New Year's .Dec. 31 Year's I'Jan. 1 NEW WORLD RESTAURANT (IETK3RIDCE; LTD. Holiday Hours Year's Evs 'Die. 3 1 j YEE. f- JOK.-I ar.d are HAPPY Y'tT, GIO-GE L ar.d PHONE EARLY FOR DELIVERY OR PICK-UP SERVICE nort told the t! opea red undarnag ll-'giM ief', snd apparently v rlr.-.-n 'li.-ectlv lo his fi'i-w h.--n- !-J parked there, but the plane did 5r i; May we, the management and staff jj J J jj Of General Farm Supply thank you and r S p Q yg ChristmUS Cind Jj Happy, Healthy and Prosperous ,1 rr'' r.o of" until he other aircraft take off rifely. at onr: o? the M.arr.i Ife.-aid reportw! f the A'rr.eric-rm he landed at Fort Lauderdalc, sr.d earlv he :r: ins; to ?et out of handling re- frads by ceasing to sell refill- .-iifl'ci'.s AP71 c-. the vic'in-i- or "on" of o d leader of the na- tional F'rogressive 'I'.i condition is he !.c no' listed tne ,r, 50UTHLAND NURSING HOME RAFFLE WINNERS Pr.orl H10 1 ri S. I. v. C. 145 17 SI. H. i, Mn Dehro Orr, 323 28 Si S. Thf, trvlnnt! Hurl n.i Home 3J3.1 195 r.r Of-' AS OF A.M TODAY COUKTKSY OF A MA 2r to very lij'ht drifting snov.'. the driving lanes sre 1 Csnr.rla clear Mith occasional tr, iJanff hrr- _ fi h.-r-n sanderl. some sliptx-y y.-c- itevSokC' hri.. lions Jyit has ocen landr-d .iwi tact to .Vfedi-, ;n v inter firi-v-ing riondi- r-r.o-1. in Ihe shoiVTtd areas only. Highv.ay 4 to the U.S. horrfcr has rxjcasional rlipr.ery fictions some hril.t drift, ing in the shfjltered areas onfv. liighv.ay 5, to VValerton is hare v.jtb rrjarls. POR-.'S fiF FlVntV r'oui liMir... Carv.r.y 'i a.m to f, m io p Mi f: f. !i m R r- I'orlhill S .-i ir, WtidboTc'', s a rn, to p rrj. MMorr-.ts arr: that -'nv'v tir's 'a msl'''ia'''ry in ali and on ;