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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta J� - THB UTHBRIDQl HWAID - Tu.itlriy, January 2S, 1971 Arabs By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Libyan Premier Muamar Ka-dafi says the Arab world has .1,000 planes, 5,000 tanks and a million men but lacks the unity needed to mobilize them against Israel. He said the Arab forces "are scattered and I doubt very much that they can participate in a battle against Israel because of political differences." What the Arab world needs, Kadafi said, is a recognized political leader because "policy in some Arab countries is completely paralysed." He termed Jordan's King Hussein weak and said the Palestinian Arab guerrilla groups are badly splintered. RENEWS PLEDGE Israel, meanwhile, renewed its pledge to seek peace in the Middle East through UN envoy Gunnar Jarring's negotiations, but expressed dissatisfaction over Arab responses to the talks. A communique issued by the Israeli cabinet described as "polemical" the Arab proposals presented last week to Jarring. Foreign Minister Abba Eban told the cabinet that Egypt and Jordan were ignoring the essentials in Israel's peace proposals. Israel's deputy premier, Yigal Allon, said in a newspaper article that a settlement with Egypt and Jordan might force new elections in Israel. He said disagreement in the coalition government over the extent to which Israel should withdraw from lands occupied in the 1967 war coukl result in dissolution of the Knesset, Israel's parliament. Four-point program endorsed STRASBOURG, France (Reu-tcr) - A four-point program designed to improve the situation of Soviet Jews won the unanimous backing of the Council of Europe's assembly here. The 140 parliamentarians from 17 West European countries recommended that their governments, in the course of contacts with Moscow, urge the Soviet government to implement the program. Adoption of the four measures by the Soviet government, the assembly said, "should contribute further to the improvement in East-West relations and understanding between the peoples of Europe." The four points called on the Russians to: -Allow Jews to leave the S'o-viet Union, to rejoin members of their families living abroad, especially in Israel. -Guarantee that no action will be taken against Soviet Jews claiming this right under terms of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination. -Grant the Jewish community cultural and religious rights guaranteed to all national and ethnic groups on a basis of complete equality under Article 123 of the Soviet Constitution -Prohibit anti-Semitic propaganda in the form of books or other publications. 60-foot ivave baiters ship on crossing SOUTHAMPTON, England iCPi - A Scottish-owned freighter, the 28,000-ton Cape Howe, was battered by a 60-foot wave on a 16-day crossing from Quebec. The ship, which limped into Southampton Sunday night, will require extensive repairs to smashed steel plating and deck fittings as well as below-deck cabins and messes. An officer said the giant wave struck early last Thursday. It buckled four-inch-thick steel plating. For three days the crew had to bale water by hand, crew member said: r i f y i n g. There trapped and water everywhere." Doors ;ind hatchways splintered like plywood. Cabins, passageways and messes were under four feet of water. The ship was carrying about 27.000 tons of iron ore from Port ('artier, Ojie. One "It was ter-wei'e men and debris Sab Days Jan. 27 to Jan. 30 1971 CENTRE VILLAGE MALL - PHONE 328-8442 - TWO PHARMACISTS ON DUTY TO SERVE YOU! Tri-vi-sol Vitamin Drops 99 30 cc. Tri-vi-sol Chewable Vitamin Tablets 99 100's For Children at Cunninghams Bayer Aspirin 100 Tablets 49c flayer Aspirin 25� Anacin Tablets Vicks Formula 44 Cough Syrup 3 oz; 5 oz. 7? T7 Special at Cunninghams Vicks VapoRub 79c Formula 44 COUGH REMEOtT ' \ Vicks VapoRub �Mm Mam m tow 8-oz. Size Special at. Cunninghams FORMULA 44 COUGH DISCS Vicks Formula 44 Cough AQc Discs O W Vicks Inhalers C 60's Actifed 4-oz. 24 Syrup Tablets "'Mtttmrsf C0H6ESTI0M MiaciMiDtnn COLDS Your " Choice at Cunninghams 1 EVERY 12 HOURS COfgTACC Pals Chewable Vitamin Tablets 100's 2" at Cunninghams Robitussin Cough Formula 4 oz. size Special at Conningn&ass Confine C 10 caPsuie8 Cold "J "f c Caps � � Special at Cfannroghams f 1 DR1STAN/ NASAL MIST/ Dristdn Decongestants U 15cc Nasal Tablets or Mist Special at Cunninghams 12'$ Frosst217's Pain Relievers 2.�36c Poly-Vi-Sol Chewable Vitamins For Children 100's Tempra Pain Reliever Drops 15 cc Size 19 at Cunninghams Hot Water Bottle Special B & D Ace 'jyeV Kleenex Tissues 200's 2 for 76' Contac Cough Control 6-oz. 39 i Special at Cunninghams Benylin Cough Syrup 4 oz. 57e Special . at Cunningham* Coricidin D Cold Tablets 19 24's 1 Special at Cunninghams ;