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April 7, 1975

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 7

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By United JVess Inlcrnalinnal Israeli Defense Minister Shimon Pores said Sunday if Egypt intends to open the Sue* Canal >as promisee! then Israel would be willing to move towards a peace settlement by "significant conces- ftid not spell out. the Canal Opening May Bring 'Concessions' making sions. Peres Levi Backs Ban On Handguns concessions. He said if Egypt was not intent on peace and sought to resume hostilities instead then Cairo "would find Israel prepared for this, too." Peres' remarks to a U.S. j congressional fact-finding dele-i Ration led by ifouse Majority j Leader Thomas J. "Tip" j O'Neill appeared in a com-1 munique issued by his spokesman. L'gyplian President Anwar Sadat said he will reopen the canal .June 5, (he eifihth anniversary of the start of the 1%7 six-clay war. security fence on the frontier and caused neither casualties nor damage, They said the laborers did not enter Lebanon and Israel did not return the fire. Heartline (KNITOH'S MIl'K: llejirlllnp Is H serv- ii'e Inr Senior Citizens. Its purpose is In iinswpr i|iif<ltnns — rn»(. Cull Simula irirmiuli l-Yliluy from 9 H.III. unlil .1 i>.n or «ilr« licarlllnr 8314 \<irt|i .>lnln SI Iliiylo". lllii.i 43115. llrmcnihrr llfnrliin |iny« for nil i-itlK mi Us lull-tree nunllir — l-)i1l1l-M:{-:M,>l). Any rnlliHliU'tlnn or us n( lht> llrnrtUno numlirr \yltlinul \vrllt*Mi comments came I r«rml.«iM<m at Walili-n l-'cntiirrs 1? |ii«li"i- against a background of]"' 1 ' 1 '* renewed shelling incidents on I iic'urlline: My father recently the Lebanese frontier and a Had a .s|>rnkc Jinrl is [newspaper rei>ort saying a i incoherent. Would I lie allowed SVASHINGTON UJPI) — Al-iconfrontation hclwcen the Unit-jto si^n and cnsli his cliwk'.' — lorney General Edward H. Levi Sunday suggested a federal ban on the possession of handguns — except those kept inside CAREY'S SON WED-Christopher Carey escorts his bride Bonnie Blum, from St. Francis dcSalcs Church in Queens in New York Saturday after Kieir wedding. Behind them. Gov. Hugh Carey of New York, father of the groom, chal.s with Rita Breslor, mother of tho bride. (AP Wirephoto) Soviets Announce Malfunction of Secretary of State Henry A. Kissingej-'s pcafc mission. homes and businesses -in each! A Beiru i military spokesman city "'here violent street crime thc reaches a high level. . Levi, offering his idea simply which for discussion rather than as a Lcl > anon ancl formal proposal, indicated it wlt ' lc > raw would provide gun control in ., e . S 'V cities where it is needed anfi ,BH d a wanted while making an l ag „ JH accommodation for ihe opposi- Lchancse arm/gunners lion to controls in rural areas. t shcl)s al • antlsrae]i He ade his proposal in a' i ill if keynote address prepared for a three-day Law Enforcement I Executives Narcotics Conferen-1 I cc. Levi said that while he heads Slates and Israel isjiM'. inevitable following the Collapse j Answer: You should contact votir social security office and ask for a Representative Payee form. A letter from your father's doc'tor stating that your father is incapable o£ signing his check would be necessary. Headline: If father, who is n WWl veteran ROCS to R. nursing home, how long will th VA pay jtor him. —H.ll. Answer: In a private nursing home up to six months. • • • Hoartiine: I retired in tmi. Will I he alile to make my rom- iwtiy pay me my pension nftcr Hie new pension law goes into effect? They refuse now. —N.I'. Answer: No, you must work under new pension law Fi years to be protected by it. • • • Hciirtlinc: My mother receives a widow's annuity from (lie railroad. Now nl iige 71, she plans on remarrying. Will she At the eastern end of the frontier, heveral shells, thought fired by Arab guerrillas from the Har Dov region of southern Lebanon, hit in Israeli territory but did not cause any casualties or damage, the sources said. A guerrilla spokesman in Beirut said Palestinian guerrillas exchanged tire with Israeli troops on the western slopes of Mount Israelis Hormon began to when fortify the their |toso her widow's annuity if she] positions in the area. At a meeting with Saudi Arabia's new King' Khaled, Yasser Arafat sought to secure more Arab support for his Palestinian Liberation movement. The chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization arrived in Riyadh Saturday from Abu Dhabi as part of a tour of Persian Gulf states. of Secretary of A. Kissinger's newspaper a "personal ;he collapse State Henry shuttle diplomacy in the Middle East. The Israeli Ma'ariv said confrontation" was unavoidable between the Israeli cabinet and Kissinger after the failure to produce another disengagement agreement with Egypt. "The discussion that started between Israel and Kissinger after the failure is vei-y sharp." the newspaper Ma'ariv said. "Each side is accusing (he other and it looks like there is no possibility to avoid a personal confrontation." said Lebanese artillery shelled an Israeli mine - laying unit 50 yards - inlo forced it to Israelis of the crossed of fired working on an the barbed team wire ® MOSCOW Soviet Union today that a (UPI) announced Soyux manned The' ft said the craft soft-landed early! southwest of the lown of Gorno- Altaisk Western Siberia, norninl Soviet space shot aborted launching which is not a Saturday and thc craft return-! recovery area, ed safely to earth. The Tass news agency the two cosmonauts aboard thc craft were recovered and arc feeling well. The unusual admission ofj.ieltisons the ship away from fai'ure dealt a severe blow to)tho main carrier rocket when the Soviet Union's trouble-Hhcrc is trouble during blastoff. Tlic narrow escape for the said two cosmonauts apparently came about as the result, of a safety device attached to the liny Soyu/. space craft which wants to spur discussion of possible crime solutions "one by one," and he chose handguns as his first: topic because they are "the focus of fpar" in violence ridden urban centci-s. "As an alternative to the idea of nationwide gun registration, Levi proposed an outright ban on sale or transport of handguns and ammunition inj areas where crime reaches a specified rate. Those people who already hart handguns for protection inside their homes or businesses would be allowed lo' plagued space program only I The failure of the mission' kco f t f 'em, according to Levi'sj four months before the schc-Jappeared c?rtain to cast a pall! proposal. Rut they "could not; rluled joint Soviet-American:over last minute preparations! take them onto the street link-uo in space. !now underway for the joint! without obtaining a specific 1 Tass said Ihc Soyu/ craft was! U.S.-Soviet flight, scheduled toi short-term permit launched Saturday 10 take the; bo K in July 15. ' ,' One possible formula for^ Lcvj said.' the Census "Standard ijf-'vi sain mat wnne ne ncans _. . . . , . ._ ... ^ i , , the Justice Department be I hat InTnguing W ord (?ame with a Chuckle Ediud by CLAY K. PCHLAN letters of the ' four scrombled words below lo form four simple words. cosmonauts l n a link-up the Salyut 4 spare station. The Salyut 4 was home to two Unless the Soviets sub.stanial-j imposing this ban. C A L P E A i S T U G E 3 H 0 V C U H 2 ? l T * o N Y F R E I s Isn't that a wonderful name for a place-the "-— Motel"? M-T fk Complete ihe chuckle quoled ^ t ^ by filling in the missing words you develop from step No. 3 below. Iocs? — S.L, Answer: Yes, it will ivhen she remarries. • • • Hcurtliiift: will Medicare pay for an air cniulitinncr if says 1 need one? doctor J.B.L. Answer: under any circumstances. Arafat also discussed Middle St0 p Kast developments with Crown Prince Fahd, regarded as the real power in Saudi Arabia, Defense minister Prince Ibn Abdel Aziz and other officials, the Riyadh radio said. Diplomats noted Arafat had Definitely not. Not [stepped up his contacts with 'heads of Arab states following John C. Fremont, soldier and explorer, was the first Republican candidate, nominated at the Philadelphia GOP convention in 1856. FESTIVAL of GOSPEL ^ MUSIC - APRIL 19 PIGGLY WIGGLY PHARMACIES cosmonauts for 30 days at. beginning of the year and flight set a Soviet endurance record. Tass said the crew for the thc altered the Soyu/ craft used in the weekend mission. Ihe mission Vasily Saturday Lazarev was and space the Col. Olcg M a k a r o v. Under normal progression the flight would have been Soyu/. IS. but (Vic announcement assigned no offi- ship is a replica used for of one they the orbital rendezvous. Despite extensive precautions, American space officials have long expressed scepticism about the Soviet Unions preparedness for the joint flight. The failure of Soyu/ would be based on Bureau's list of Metropolitan Statistical Areas'', -central cities of 50,000 or more population plus their I suburbs. j The ban would be triggered; in each area where violent; crime rose 20 per cent above the national average or if it f\ PRINT NUMBERED LETTERS IN Vf THESE SQUARES © UNSCRAMBLE ABOVE LETTERS TO GET ANSWER 1 1 — 3 < 5 "T3X-ON,> *i-h B Joj suintj injjapuoM. K IEU;} rose 10 per cent in areas where 1 m "\\ it already was 5 per cent above the mission was the latest mishaps that haveL, .. , the Soviet S pncci th f rna . t ! on f 1 ? v " raBC 'u , •' j If this had been the law in two cosmonauts: 1972 ' !lG said ' the f ° dcl ' ali S83MSNV MIDKAST WAR WARN?3I) AMMAN. Jordan (AP) cial designation. scries of "On the third sla^e stretch, j haunted the parameters of the carrier j program, rockets movement deviated! Last Aucust from automatic _ __ ..._ „ ... command to discontinue thc j days because of a docking] areas including New York City. JEasi situation is extremely dan- flight under the program and niechanism failure. They harH^'a s h i n g t o n. Chicago, Bal-jgwous and Israel might launch detach the space ship for return! intended !o linkup with the'limore, San Francisco and Los! war against Ihe Arabs "very to rarth," Ta.ss said. |Salyut ,'! space station. Angeles. '.soon." the pro-set values and nn aboard the Soyu/. 15 spacecraft! hnntlpun lw . n w . nulfj !lavs beonjKmg Hussein of Jordan warned j latic device produced thejahonetl their mission after twni t - r 'RP ;cl ' pcl ' n ^~ metropolitan ion Saturday thai the Middle RECORDS A full lin< of Singles and Stereo tP Albums. You may listen befort you buy! U.V. 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