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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 8, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Thursday, February 8, 1973 Middle East problems Blooming time already A camelia in the garden of Mrs. E. P. Sweezey of White Rock, about 30 miles southeast of Vancouver, provides a promise of tilings to come. The early-blooming strain usually comes in April, she said. Weather forecasts are for cool, but not really wintry weather. 1973 outlook on diplomatic season grim By HENRY TANNER New York Times Service CAIRO - Seen from here the outlook for the diplomatic season is grim. It may be summed up like this: The chances for a so-called interim agreement on the Suez Canal are judged practically nil. The Arab hawks, like the Libyan leader, Col. Muamnar El-Quaddafi, have been less hawkish recently. They are calling for long - range military preparations rather than immediate war with Israel. There are almost no doves left in the Arab world. Even Conservative diplomats from Saudi Arabis and other Persian Gulf countries now hint that they believe that negotiations with Israel must be avoided because the Arabs lack the leverage to obatin their minimum demands. Some continue to hope for an American intercession that would help their positions, but most Arab officials are convinc- Bible centre burns JERUSALEM (AFP) - Six youths poured kerosene over book shelves and furniture in the International Bible Centre on the Mount of Olives and set them alight Tuesday. Damage was reported officially as considerable. The youths escaped. NEW PARTY FORMED ROME (AP) - The Proletarian Unity party has been formed to replace the defunct Social Proletariat party which fell apart last summer. Italy's proliferation of political parties ranges from about a dozen -in off periods to 50 or more at election time. ed that whatever initiative he may have in mind, Secretary of State William P. Rogers will not force Israel to withdraw from Arab territory seized in the. 1967 war. The talk at Arab League headquarters here, therefore, is that the Arabs must develop their own leverage by using their oil and money to change the balance of power. Such men as Mahmoud Riad, the League's secretary general, do not say that Arab unity is around the corner but maintain that the formerly aloof and Conservative Arab countries are gradually becoming more committed to the cause against Israel. NO TALKS Egyptian officials and leading editors have never been more emphatic in asserting more emphatic in asserting that there can be no negotiations, even indirect, so long as Israel refuses to accept the principle of an ultimate return to the previous boundaries. If this principle were accepted, foreign diplomats here feel, the Egyptians would be wiling to consider almost any temporary arrangements short of abdication of sovereignty to satisfy Israel security needs in the area of Sharm El Sheik, at the southern tip of the Sinai Peninsula. The site dominates the entrance to the Strait of Iran and thus the Gulf of Aqaba. The Egyptians clearly hope that Soviet diplomacy will pull its weight in any coming diplomatic contest. The hope here is that improved Washington-Moscow relations will not lead to a deal between the superpowers at the Arab's expense but that the Soviet Union will be able to influence the American position. A Soviet military delegation - the first since the ouster of Soviet forces and advisers last July - is currently in Cairo, and is regarded as a sign of a slow normalization of relations. Iraq is the only Arab country on record publicly as having urged the Arabs to stop the flow of oil to the west as a means of political pressure. But most leaders, apparently including Colonel Qaddafi, have concluded that such pressure is a weaipon that can be used only once. An increasing number of Arab officials take the view that the more business the countries that are rich in oil and gas can develop with the United States and western Europe, the more political secup� ity will eventually develop. SHOE ANCE Limited Quantities MEN'S WORK BOOTS Ankle Length Boot Rawhide, full grain leather. Goodyear welt construction and steel shank. 4 A QQ Reg. $19.98............... 1 H'.OO Work Oxford Safety steel toe (CSA approved) Neoprene oil resistant soles. Black only. /& Qg� 11 pair. Reg. $19.98......... 1 ^.SO Ankle Length Boot Safety Steel Toe (CSA approved). Non-slip neoprene oil resistant soles. 4 A QQ 8 only. Reg. $19.98......... 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