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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, Jonuory 10, 1973 THE LETHBP.IDGE HERALD 5 Irish eyes glued on Lynch trip By ROD Canadian Press Staff WriLcr throughout the current turmoil. In the republic, many feel The folks back home are inat lheij' Irish-American cous- with keen merest Lhe I have a greatly ovcr-sim- progress of Irish Prime .Minis-1 piified view of Lhe Northern Ire- tor ".Jack Lynch on his situation. And they even v.-eek-loag mission lo the United 1 suggest that many Americans I States. I have naive in eagerly rais- money for a succession of have lo. tne, L'S- lo rouie hy for lhe Cau3e of FIVE LITTLE EAERS -The quintupled born in Chicago here are, lefr to right, Leslie Boer, Douglas Edward Boer, Friday were in Evanston Hospital. Shewn Elizabeth Boer, Thomas Allen Boer and Vickie Boer. Shortage of beef sends prices up LONDON" CP A fhartace I price L-crpases aid moani-ic but the rocketing rise in beej i groups, has ordered an urgent 0; public in Britain. I costs ncnv has placed it out of inquiry into the latest increases. aw'' i CUmbing food prices have reach of many Tane-earners. three-member committee i? menu m ine EuropeEn Common been ,ealure of p r m e JEnister Heath, to report to him before the end Market, has se-_ sagaeriae British life for several years. I spurred by outraged consumer of the week. His sell-proclaimed ?oal is to i i encourage greater U.S. b- i i vestment in Ireland, lie al- ready has reported a measure 1 of success in Lhe form of plans i--------- jior three U.S. plants employing I U.VDS ARM TERRORISTS 1000 persons and bringing lo 51K i But an equally important rea-: r2JSK] ;or jn the V.S ac- sen for the trip is to try w re- i 'lUaviy was funnelled through il- vise somewhat the thinking oi channels to arm terrorist Lhe influential Irish-American OMraiions in Northern L-e'and. cr.mmiirmy then; with regard to reference -.'.-is to the iliesa! the current tragedy of Ireland. Irish Repute car; Armv vhom j It is 2 delicate task: To strip Lynch termed "the enemies oi away some of the traditional; IreUrid.'" theories long-held by Irish- IT. a York television in- Americaus without giiing of-. ter.iew he ssid he didn't faow fence to a group that has been the amounts ir.vol-.-ed. generous and sympathetic to As indicated by an egg-thrcrs-- t'ne land o: their forefatners I ir.g attack as the prime minis- ter left a TV studio, his views run counter to some hard Irish- American convictions that the island should be free of Britain at almost any cor.. In Ireland, many who sin- cerely warn to see a united Ire- land hut reject IRA methods have long complained that have difficulty communicating their views to Irish-Americaris. even Ine moderates. Many Irish also agree, that o: British troops might prove dis- astrous in the current situation. Nevertheless, the thrust of Lynch'i appeal that Americans send aid only through Lhe Irish Cros? or Lhe various churches seems to defy an Irish-American tradition dctLig back to the founding of L-ie Irish Republican Brotherhood in New York b 1353. Many in- deed. -_hat descendaEis of farrJ- lies who fled to the U S ir. the famine oi Lhe 1B403 heM to the IRA creed more than Lrie Irish who stayed behind. PRLME LYNCH sensitive trip FAST FICIE SERVICE! LEO SINGER'S 15th ANNUAL STORE-WIDE Our largest stock ever is slashed for this great storewide savings event. Nothing brought in all is our regular quality brand name merchandise backed by our usual policy of Complete Satisfaction. The savings are the greatest ever the quality is the finest Shop early for Best Selection. Fortrels English Worsteds Ven ctians and Scotch Twists by lead ing Canodion manufacturers, Regular 99.50 BARGAIN CARNIVAL Regular 135.00 BARGAIN CARNIVAL MENS DRESS SOCKS Kroy Wool. Nylpnj and Orlpns. .09 MEN'S KNIT AND CREPE SHIRTS Regulgr 11.95 RACK OF i BOOTS 9 Inch leather Pile and jrylei Reg. 29.95 to 27.50 BARGAIN CARNIVAL Vil 1 MEN'S FORTREL DOWN FILLED j SKI Biltmore 47.00 by Canadian loteit in styles and CARNIVAL 1 Reg. 24.95 J QQ I BARGAIN 1 jf E CARNIVAL 1 CARNIVAL E. Woods DRESS ESKIMO COATS SLIP-ONS AND 1.95 BARGAIN 29.95 lfcg.ro 27.95 J A gg I BARGAIN B 1 1 CARNIVAL 1 DRESS Stripes or Solid Colors Reg. 10.00 QQ BARGAIN CARNIVAL 1 SHIRTS Reg. 7.00 BARGAIN CARNIVAL COTTON SHELL TOPCOATS BIG SAVINGS IN OUR BOYS' DEPT. FAMOUS GINO PAOLI KNIT SHIRTS SWEATERS and SUITS In Wools and Cettonj 1 DRESS SLACKS 8-99 MEN'S SPORT JACKETS CHOOSE FROM FORTREIS. WOOLS, CROM8IES AND SAXONIES. Regular lo 79.95 BARGAIN CARNIVAL 55 MEN'S BLAZERS 39" ROYS WORSTED DRESS PANTS Reg. 10.95 BARGAIN CARNIVAL MEN'S SHORTS STANFIELDS AND HARVEY-WOODS BOYS' ESKIMO COATS Reg. 22.50 BARGAIN CARNIVAL Fcrfrels ond Wools. Popular colors. Regulor 69.95 BARGAIN CARNIVAI COLORED Reg. 1.75 1.19 PULLOVER SWEATERS CARDIGAN ALPACAS Rr- 1 i ?5 7-99 BOYS' COLORED DRESS SHIRTS Slrrs S !S. Reaulor -95 2-29 BOYS' SUITS Fine nil wool worsteds. Reg. 4995 1 O 99 BARGAIN' CARNIVAL OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. 214 5th Street S. Phone 327-3958 ;