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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 LETHBRIOGE HERAID Monday, SM'mber 30, 1971 HOMELESS FAMILY LIVE IN TENT Mrs. David Morrison lits In a tent with of her seven children; Bruce, 11; Pam, 6; Mandy, 7; Brenda, 9, and David 12, in a camp- ing-ground at lake Inni! 30 miles northwest of Toronto. The family Is living in the lent while waiting for o house In Toronto at rent they can afford. Tension relaxed in Middle East JERUSALEM (Reuter) The beginning of the Jewish new year saw a relaxation of tension along the Suez canal, today after two days of missile exchanges. As Jews prepared to observe the two-day religious holiday with prayers and picnics, Israeli military sources reported all quiet along the canal Sunday in conlrast to incidents on the two previous days which brought the threat ot renewed fighting closer than at any time since the beginning of the ceasefire 13 months ago. In Jerusalem Sunday, a four- year-old Arab girl died and eeven American tourists and five of the girl's playmates were injured in a grenade at- tack police sources said was ap- parently timed for the eve of the holiday when the city was packed with tourists. The full force of the grenade fittack, for which three different Arab guerrilla organizations so far have taken responsibility, Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS (MULTILUX) missed the party of 13 Ameri- can tourists but caught a group of children playing nearby. The five injured children are all under the age of 10. under the age o[ 10. NEITHER WANTS WAR Observers in Jerusalem pre- dicted that despite the recent missile attacks the Suez cease- fire would hold since neither Is- rael nor Egypt appeared to want a resumption of fighting at present. However, usually well-in- formed sources said Israel had notified the United States it would not tolerate interference by Egypt with Israeli flights over occupied Sinai. The warning followed the downing Friday of an Israeli aircraft by Egyptian missiles and an Israeli report that Egyptian missiles were again fired at its planes Saturday, when, Israel said, it returned the fire. Matador hooked TTA JUANA, Mexico (AP) Matador Arturo Briz Loredo was gored when a bull hooked him in the groin Sunday before persons in the downtown bullring. Huiz Loredo, 23, under- went surgery In the bullring in- firmary and was transferred to a clinic. What are you waiting m