The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on December 1, 1977 · 20
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · 20

Provo, Utah
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Thursday, December 1, 1977
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I'.icc 2H-TIIK HKHAI.I). I'!oo Hah. Thursday. U-cember 1, 1J77 Egyptian Visits Kibbutz Grenada Leader Urges UFO Mystery Study Kdilor's Note: Maurice (iuindi, L I'l Cairo bureau manager, traveled to Jerusalem with President Anwar Sadat and stayed on a few days to visit some points of interest in Israel. By MAIRICE GUINDi NKTZER SI REM, Israel (UPI) "For us to have peace is like lunching heaven with our fingers and feeling it." said Mrs. Clara Ilanania. at 85 the oldest woman at this kibbutz (collective settlement i as she ecstatically discussed Egyptian President Anwar Sadat s peacemaking visit to Israel Swaying gently as she sat at a table in the communal dining room, the short, heavy-set. silver-haired Mrs, Manama said, "I enjoyed watching President Sadat on television. For us it was a new birth It was very charming of him to come and we are very satisfied." Mrs. Ilanania was one of many Isratdis in the cities and 280 countryside kibbutzim to whom Sadat has endeared himself by breaking all the rules and coming to Israel - the "lion's den." as he put it to talk peace. "It would be great to have peace and friendship between the two countries." said the grandmother, who was born in Turkey and came to Israel in 1952 Other members of kibbutz Netzer Sireni, which has 540 residents, runs three factories and cultivates 1.100 acres, joined Mrs. Ilanania in lidiliog Sadal's mission. Ari Lipinski, 25, a cost analysis clerk, went as far as to suggest Israeli concessions in the interests of an Arab-Israeli peace settlement. Me said "Sadat really achieved a psychological breakthrough. Many in this kibbutz feel that today there is sense in making a compromise There is more readiness for con-cessions because everybody here now feels this would be to their advantage." Lipinski said he celebrated his 2-year-old son's birthday Nov. 20 when Sadat addressed the Knesset and "this was a double barreled celebration." "I hope that when my son grows up he will be able to go to Cairo to thank President Sadat personally." he said. Lipinski looked forward to the day when Israelis can make available to Egypt the experience they gained in land reclamation and communal life in Kibbutzim. Pointing out that most of Egypt is desert, he said "We would glady make our know-how available to anyone and the most logical thing would be to assist our neighbors." As an Egyptian. I found the kibbutz concept a totally new experience. There is cooperative farming in Egypt, where government run rooperat ives provide tractors, fertilizers and other requisites to peasants But the kibbutz is a compact, almost sell Mitf icieni community . run by a general as-M-nuIv i I'liipi ising all a dull r e s i d e r. t s a snretana! and soveui C'imnilttees ovi'fM-eing various activities I had lunch with some of the residents m the cmmunal dining room and they received me w nh the v,:tir onir'a s ,n ! n'.h"..'.(M:: :rv-: vJ I to all visiting Egvptiatis' during id, it s (iaiia (iithg puter 1 1 3 1 1 - i " !h,r.k,! i leader lb' ! what lie di'i- . '.tlll'S I1 ilt VI he N' a V !e.'pr. rt .v this is c ! !; l oil! 'age l.-l 1:1" to Is-ael .''he s,,d i 1 ' , 1 clleams is !n : ' to sit the M-'. i ',! v anil'jillties ab.Hj! a '., h I l ead so much I . -r, , . something else man ri'pr"r!iti: ..' !" fc.'net aiiori in rrt- Mrs Ilanania and Ms (litlig had di Hen-nt dieams bi the future Mrn.ihem llctidler. !.'! a factory worker, spukc about possible future Arab Israeli nmpi'r.itmn in economic development of the region I'MTEU NATIONS il'PIi - Besides ending war, feeding the starving and removing disease from the lace of the earth, Sir Eric Oairy feels the United Nations should use its resources to end the mystery of unidentified flying objects. Oairy prime minister of the tiny Caribbean island nation of Orenada, has led a quest since 1975 for official, international I'FO studies. lie said Monday some may regard the topic as frivolous, but he's serious. Asking the L'.N, Special Political Committee to establish a new U N. UFO research agency and declare 1978 the "International Year of Unidentified Flying Objects," (iairy said his resolution is "noncon-troversial ... it does not tend to infrngc cr impinge on the sovereignty or territorial integrity of any nation " "We see in the UFO a vast new hinterland with significance for all mankind." Grenadian Ambassador Wellington Friday said. "UFOs have been frightening experiences for thousands of people around the world." Friday said the "unique role " of leading the UFO push at the United Nations "was made to order for Orenada, because such small developing countries retain their primeval simplicity. "We can take some initiative in this aspect of interplanetary affairs, while the superpowers allegedly conceal the real UFO evidence," he said. Oiunada's dipluinais said many scientists were engaged in UFO research, but they'singled out in particular the Intercontinental UFO Galactic Spacecraft Research and Analytic Network, headed by Maj. Colman von Keviczky. who reportedly used to be a U N darkroom attendant "It's not only the question of unidentified flying objects, or the question of the Bermuda Triangle," Friday said, "but one must face the realities of li'e today and recognize the variety of things that baffle mankind." Already baffled by the Middle East, world hunger, the arms race and other problems, the 148 other U.N'! memhers listened with divided attention. Portugal's delegate doodled on a notepad. Panama and Pakistan chuckled over a paperback UFO repor t which Grenada supplied for all U.N. delegations. Fn ' v concluded by offering the floor to all other deleg ms, which he predicted would be "bubbling over th resolutions on the UFO issue. Bullet-Proof Vest Saves Officer NEW YORK i UPI i - New York City Transit Authority policeman Jerome Schwartz promised his wife always to wear a bullet-proof vest on the job. Keeping his word may have saved his life. Schwartz credited the vest with preventing serious wounds when he was stabbed Tuesday during a fight at a subway station in midtown Manhattan. When Schwartz and anuther officer, William Kearney, spotted two youths involved in a fist fight and moved in to break it up. officials said, a woman took out a pocket knife and began slashing one of the boys. The woman, identified as Marilyn Johnson, stabbed Schwartz in the stomach, "but the knife hit my vest and closed on her hand," the officer said. OPERATED BY R N. HIRSCH & CO. an INTERCO company CARILLON SQUARE IN OREM SHOP EVERYDAY 10-10 SUNDAY 12-6 301 E. 1300 S. distil CHARGE IT OR LAYAWAY ! I I MENS & LADIES I " FASHION WATCHES V Reg. to Reg. to Reg. to Reg t0 V. $24 57.95 $90 $8 Reg t0 n t Many FAAMOUS BRANDS IN BEAUTIFUL Jl- STYLES FOR MEN AND WOMEN. Select from Reg. to $80 gold or silver finishes. 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