Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 8, 1976 · Page 12
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Libya Becomes the Newest Nuclear Power PARIS— (LENS) — If you want to arouse people from their apathy and get them really worrying about the proliferation of nuclear weapons, you could hardly do better than confront them with the prospect of Coi. Muammar Qaduaii getting hold of an A-bomb. This prospect has just come closer. Last week is was announced in Paris that the French prime minister has agreed to sell Libya a nuclear reactor, officially described as a research reactor but unofficially reported to be in the 600MW range — which means that it will produce enough plutonium for a tidy armory of bombs. True, Libya has ratified the 1968 nuclear non-proliferation treaty, and its reactor fuel will thus be subject to the International Atomic Energy Agency's safeguards system. True, the French say they will not equip Libya with the means of extracting weapons-grade plutonium from spent fuel. But Libya (population 2.5 millions, oil output around 30 tons per year per inhabitant) needs atomic energy like it needs a hole in the head: and. according to Col. Qaddafi's former colleague, Major Meheishi, a hole in the head is the explanation for the alarming waywardness developed by the Libyan ruler since he fell off a camel at the age of 12. The Egyptians, who played up the major's revelations last week as part of their current anti-Libyan campaign, are not objective witnesses on the subject of the colonel's sanity — although further damaging evidence about it has emerged Timet Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, April 8, 1976 m * I SMILE AWHILE ««A/CASE POWERS EQUIP. BAH! YOUTH** WE HAVE COO> WINTERS NOW'- WHY, WHEN 1 WAS A KIP THEY USED TO TUCK ME IN BETWEEN SO MANY BLANKETS THAT— ^THBYHADTO , POT IN A BOOK MARK! ID SHOW WHERE I WAS. CASE POWER & EQUIPMENT WONDERFUL REPUTATION FOR PERFECT 66* VICE GUARANTEES VOU SURE SATtSFACTWH USED EQUIPMENT Case 1070D Cab—Heater wide front Case 970D Case 930D with Cab Case 830G, 8 speed Comfort King 3 point hitch Case 930G Cab wide front REAL CLEAN Case 411BW/Loader Case 730G Case 930D with Cab & wide front IHC 1206 Cab, wide front NEW S & P AC WD 45 Hudson 150 Uni-Loader 2 to Choose From F-41st Ferguson Massey Harris 44 Special Diesel wide front IHC 706D Fast Hitch Don't Forget Appreciation Day — Thursday, April 8th FOLLOW; THE CROWD g POWERS EQUIPMENT ,792-9294 • CARROLL,9*^0- since the arrest in Tunisia of yet another bunch of gunment allegedly sent from Libya to murder the leaders of-other Arab countries. But Libya's only imaginable nuclear interest is the bomb; Have Auburn G.N. Club Card Winners Times Herald News Service AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kelly of Carroll were hosts to members of the G. N. Club of Auburn. Pinochle was played at two tables. Mrs. Catherine Reding and Mrs. Anna Schulte had the high bid; Paul Kelly, high score; Mrs. Herman Schelle was the holder of second high score and Herbert Garnatz held low score. Mrs. Reo Miles visited Mrs. Emma Reiling at the Manning General Hospital at Manning Thursday. Mrs. Reiling, a resident of Twilight Acres at Wall Lake, fell recently and suffered a broken bone. Area Visitors Return Home To Wisconsin Times Herald News Service ARCADIA — Mrs. John Marz, Susan and Sara, Wisconsin Dells, Wis., returned home Tuesday after a week's visit in the Lewis Schmitz home. .Supper guest in the Ray Brockman home Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Royce Anthony, Adel. Attending the 8th district Legion and Auxiliary Conferences at West Bend Sunday were from the local Ehlers and Gerken Post and Unit were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Noelck, Mrs. Lewis Schmitz and Mrs. Clifford Bruggeman. Wall Lake Woman at Iowa City Times Herald News Service WALL LAKE - Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brotherton left last Sunday for, Iowa City where Mrs. Brotherton spent the week at University hospital undergoing tests. They returned home Friday evening. Weekend guests in the Bert R. Gerdes home were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Paysen and Chad of Wayne, Neb. semi-annual SJWEW3GAL save $ 3°°gal. CLASSIC 99" LATEX WALL PAINT Our best-covering and most scrub- bable latex wall paint. gal. Reg. $11.99 Gal. save $ 2°°aal. STYLE PtRFECT "LATEX WALL PAINT Washable, durable and colorlasl. gal. Reg. $9.99 Gal. (Accent colors priced higher) save*2°°gal. MELLO-TOHE FLAT LATEX WALL PAINT Great new paint from Sherwin-Williams. c—1976 The Snerwin. Williams Company Reg. $7.99 Gal. Guaranteed Then coitlngi are the reiull ol exlenil*. fmirch and letting by Th« Sherwln-Wllllami Company. We guarantee your ullifactlon In the uie of theie product! or your purchaie price will be refunded. SALE ENDS APRIL 12 MAKE YOU FEEL RIGHT AT CARROLL 520 N.Adams St. 792-4210 and France's decision to help Col. Qaddafi in that direction is not consistent with the promises of restraint which it exchanged with the other six major nuclear exporting countries during last year's London talks. Even less consistency, and more cause for concern, can be found in the deals under* whose terms plutonium separation plans are to be sold by France to Pakistan and by West Germany to Brazail. A country that has a stockpile of separated plutonium is virtually in the bomb business, and no safeguards system can be truly effective at that stage. As India and Israel have shown, separation plants are not all the hard to build; but that is no reason for the major exporters of nuclear technology to pave the road to the bomb by selling these plants. Nor was there any good reason why Henry Kissinger, when he faced a barrage of congressional demands for real American pressure on the French and Germans to abandon.the sale of the processing plants, should have chosen to reject all such demands and to describe them as "blackmail." Is the struggle to halt nuclear proliferation being taken seriously or not? It seems to have become something of a diplomatic Cinderella; but perhaps the sudden appearance of Qaddafi in the role of Wicked Uncle will move Kissinger to start playing a more forceful Prince. MRS. JUNE TESDAL Staff Home Economist NOTICE You're Invited To Attend A SPECIAL COOKING SCHOOL On Using The MICROWAVE RANGE To Prepare Lenten Foods FRIDAY, APRIL 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. at WAITERS APPLIANCE CENTER IN CARROLL THE PUBLIC IS INVITED .„.„.„, OBOreiCCt^^ ^IHNtl^iMH^mmmjM^Mi^ GARDEN CENTER •*! i •« 3 •+t •4K •* i OPEN SUNDAY :< « •4 i» <t M I! MUMS Compact, well-rounded plants grow about 2 feet tall. 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