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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 "IE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, Mny 14, Arab .impatience grows Sadat's I'.KIKIT. 'Al1' U'Jt problem I' r c i il e n I Amv.ir rciii.'iins. In less lluin a monlh il "f J.'.'Oi'1 eliiuin.jli'il his viil] be five years MIU'C t.srael i iriiin liu- ixTiipii-Hl Sinai PIL I.] ,i .-jvtvh Sunday, ho ,iml nilipr Anib lands f.ipuired ii.'.hi unK L-lnnenl.s in (hi1 war rrUK-i.l of Sadai. afLor inunilis in LT.fi' I in.1 [jiiwi'r. has not ht'C'n able In lberlau involved in house eviction, case -t i1' pica '.'.ho r in a sin- -fanniy hmi-r the hor- rc- i-'i frnni Ihr hor- asking I.) i1. A lav., in elfml -nu'i1 it'J-. people ?ay Hicy inlend In challcncr (he bylaw but owner Kenneth Kwonp said he dix-s not want lo jict invoh'cd in a court f.'IMV "1 ha'.c nn other choice f am going lo evic! them." he said nf llic tenants attend hich school and the others work Jack Ka.slwuod. a Jj-ycar- nld erac'uale from (he I'liuersuy of Aiijerta, ?aid lie set up Ihe hou.se lo ide yonnp men u iih broken homos a placa n live. Mr. Eastwood said the eroup holds recular meetings to discuss individual I lems. He also said group members refuse to allow liq- uor or drugs into the house. f mil c r r d in- mp frnm of "fi per rcnl fm" pprvicF ,-inrl In 9.7 prr rnn! for rii'iiv -.Inrr- Sfnrk-, inrrrrr.rd hy lift prr rml In >l blllinn IMPART! JL'DGE Ga. 'API Barlow Pupcrior Court Judge J. I.. Uavis presided mer 3 in which hi? ;-on Hou- i nld represented Ihe plainliff and hi? snn .frff represented Ihe de-1 (cncc. .luclpc Davis said hp I n s u a 11 disqualifies himself i u'hen a pnn i? invuhcd in n ''3-r. bill u'Hh rarli h.irn nf showing parti ifv. GET 2 MUGS REGULAR HOOT BEER in the M'L'ii llic Sin id I'imiii plnv a iiKijin1 role in (k'fral I'aklMan anil prmiik1 llm Nonh YielniuiiL'se wilh llic sup- plies needed ID huindi Ilie cur- mil iiffensive aKainsl Sonlli Thu> are why ilio'r Hu.sMim ally eanniiL (In tl.o for IhCMii againsl Israel. Sailiil smigM In silence these critics in ins speech Sunday and ill Hie same lime relnike those who have expressed cuncern ahoul Ilie Sovicl role in Kcypl. 1JIIT1CT1.TJF..S NOIl.M.M. lie admitted there were clilti- nillici lijiypl anil Die Soviel Union and passed this of.1 as normal in any rdalionsliip. Bin he emphasized is 1101 "a sloosje of Hie Soviel Union" and said Ihcrc was no eonipan mn wilh Israel's velalion wilh ihe Unilcd Slales. "V.e are friends on an equal he said, adding Ihul in any war wilh Israel lie did not want "one Sovicl soldier lo fight." are ready lo light our own He also said F.pypl did nnl seek a confrontation between [he Soviel Union and the United Stales in Ihe Middle Easl. Sadat toll! llic People's As- sembly, or parliament, that the Soviet leaders understood his posilion, made clear in four vis- ils lo Moscow in Ihe lasl year, and is providing Egypt with massive economic and military support (or a "haitlc wilh Israel thai is incvilablf He disclosed lhal n croup called the Nalional Front, led hy Hirer "I the officer? who ainnc wilh Cnmal Abdol Nasser nml Sndnl overlhrow Ihr mnn arrhv. prcscnlpf! him a pillion of Ihp. Soviet Union anrl ihe prc-senl polilical situation m Egypt. With assembly mfinhT? ap- plauding, he said: "I fear nolh- uig. If Uicy harp anylhing lo sav. let Ihcni it here." Bui he warned lhal he remains Hie boss. The Arab-Israeli deadlock is increasing tension in F.cyplian slrikes and in- duslrial dislurhanccs are ples. arrcsl IM1ESIDKNT SADAT on liol sral 2H.-172 liirlhs during March OTTAWA 11'I1' rrcordcfl 2H.472 iMUhs during March, (loivn from 3I.7J4 for llic same month n year earlier. Sla-, tij-tics Canada reported Mou- daj. The birlh rale fell lo in.-) per l.ooo population from i There wore 13.911 deaths recorded for a rate of 7.5. com- pared willi (lie dcaliis and rate of 7.6 for March. The marriage rale increased lo 5.9 per popnlalion from 5.1 as 10.9U3 couples took vows1 this March compared with MID a year earlier. Beef plan aids fanners TOKONTO (CD Cordon Hill, president nf I ho Onliirio j of says j i proviuc'm] fiovrniim'iil loan! I lo lu-lp fanner.-! pur-1 bcrr hrmlinu Mock will p'.il. OnlavUi's k'cf induMry on j 11 I'tiual footing wilh nlhcr nniT.v have (lie land ami we IKIVC- llic; markets and nmv we i 1 au1 (lit; said Hill in a slatc'incnl. "The stapc j is sol Inr a iTSurgcniT of beef (.iitllii pi'odnt'lion in Ontario. The government guarantee's j on bank loans aunounml j in lhe U'Hihlalnn1 last week hy Minister William j Tim minimum In n hnnit'i is ami the inaxi- muni is A farmer must j have an annual income of 53.000 to qualify. The loans be over a sev- j nvycar peviod aL current intev-1 osL rales pins one per ceul. Dur- ing the first two of the period. I he farmer will pay only I he current intcresl. Alberta taxpayers nailed for CAUIAKY (CIM It t-osl i Alberln last month when prospective jurors i were dismissed wilhoul a pane] beine, rhosen. Alhcrla Supreme Courl roc-, nrds released Monday sliowccl j Jil.'t persons were .summonsed, alonii will) 70 olhers didn't respond, for .selection of juries for si'vcvul trials iluriny Hie; last of April. None wa.s chosen when two dcfendanls failed lo appeal1 nnd (he accused persons in anolhcr case changed their choice of jury hearing lo trial by judge alone. [''inures in a d e available llirouf-li a sheriff's departmcnL .soin'ce showed llic following ex- penses1: Sj.Hi? in compensalion to jurors. Tliis includes SIO a per- son for apjieai-iny and SJ.IW7 in travel cusLs. MG7 in service charges lo bailiffs who delivered the sum- monses. LAHGK ClIUItCM The largest wooden church in Canada is St. Mnry's Church at Church Point, St. Mary's Bay shore, N.S. DiiTclor Hies al Toronlo TORONTO (CD Dorothy Colliding, 7-1, director of Ihe Toronlo Children Players for nearly 'JO years, died here. A cousin of iK'lor Raymond Miissoy and of the laic Vincent of Canada, she; was asso- ciated wilh Ihe theatrical group from ils rounding in 193'J. anil direcled il Iroin 193'J until her relircmcnl in Ihe early 19liOs, when it dissolved, Tlie group, once described as (tie oldcsl children's theatre in the English-speaking w o r 1 d, gave early training to many ot today's professional actors. She was Ilie wife of the Iain Dr. Arihnr Omiltling, a dcnlAsl. sxpence al Kduumlou KDMONTON 'IT') Glen! Dolan. 22, of Edmonton is mis- sing fltul presumed drowned j aflcr a boatinp accident on the Saskatchewan flivcr in I Edmonton, j Dolan was one of four per-1 sons in a light boat which cap- on the river. The thrro oilier persons mnnngcd to swim to shorn. (R6B'4BOV Then send it to your friends. CCT FREE COUPONS ON BOXTOPS OF SPECIALLY MARKED Nalley's TRIPLE PAK poTald chips A free (real ol Nalley's and 10 foi' (lisrobiiifi GRAND FORKS. B.C. ICT'< Sixteen Doukobors women and men were arrested by RCMP here on charges ot indecent exposure.! Tlic mine when n number of persons taking in a demonstration at llic Union of Spiritual Communities of Christ Centre began to disrobe. Some 40 to 50 persons carried phcnids indicating Uicy rrl lo nieot with -John .1. Yerigin. honorary chairman of Ihe USCC, who was not. in Grand Forks at (he time. I Most of the demonstrators lucre from Agasbiz in Ihe i Frascr Valley, about 70 miles east of Vancouver. The Workmen's Compensation Board ADVISORY OFFICER Will Be In COLEMAN LETHBRIDGE JUNE 6 JUNE 7 and 8 at Ihe U.M.W.A. Local Union No. 2633 Telephone 563-3665 al the office of The Workmen's Compensation Board 1277-3rd Avenue, South Telephone 328-2040 Should fau rlesire an appointment to discuss o mail the coupon NOW so tlml Mr lonrj can qalher oil Ihe fact! before hii visit. Correspondence ij also from persons who require claims advice and between visits to centres throughout tlio province Mr Long is in his Edmonton office for consultation PLEAS! AND MAIL THIS COUPON ADVISORY OFFICER V ORK.V.tM S COMPENSATION! BOARD F1 O EOX 2.115, EDMONTON. AlBERTA Pd 1'ifviri; as much as il's talked upon. Anrl li'i! HI Mi'ivi- i.iylinq. for oitlipr dRf.k or fli.il. ni'd rncuill hutlon in ihe hand- 'uij i'l ill iijni'i Vviihojl up. xlM i r.oirjt'i.'Oiir.P. ill live I.' iKHiiil'.'ii V'lMr flcc.oi.'iliiici. ('rill AIM' nnd In lii.1' Iv'.'juliJul piece 1 luiiii1: ui ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES ;