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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Juno 13, 1970 IKE IETHBRIDGE HERALD f Jordan Fighting May Be Step Toward Peace Ail M' Ndivs Analysis 1SUAS ANTAR (AP) As some dV-jiiials see it, this week's savage fighting in Jordan may be a tiny but essential step to- ward a peaceful settlement in the Middle East. The issue probably hinges on whether1 the outcome shows a determined attempt by King Hussein to crack down on guer- rillas once and for all or whether the fighting is just an- other trial of strength. Previous bloody clashes have been settled as "brotherly misunderstan- ding." It is just possible, Western diplomats here say, that the fighting may untie Ihe hands of President Gamal Abdcl Nasser of Egypt and Hussein for more vigorous pursuit of a set- tlement with Hussein comes out on top. The outcome is still in doubt and Hussein, in a major move Thursday to pacify the guerril- las, assumed personal com- mand of (he Jordanian army, relieving his uncle, Maj.-Gen. Sliarif Nasser bin Jamil. Hussein also relieved a cousin Waj-Gcn. Xeid bin Shaker, as commander of the Third Ar- nored Division. Arab diplomats said the heavy fighting in Amman Ircgan when Zeid bin Shaker, angered because his sis- ter was killed by a stray bullet Tuesday, ordered his division to shell Palestinian refugee camps. The camps are the re- cruiting and training grounds for the guerrilla commandos. Guerrilla leaders Had de- manded that Nasser bin Jamil and Zeid bin Shaker be re- moved, charging they were with the United States Central Intelligence Agency to destroy the guerrilla movement. The king has often said he and the guerrillas are brothers in arms. But Hussein is commi' IN CAIGARY STAY AT THE ATLANTA MOTEL WHERE YOU ARE A STRANGER ONIY ONCEI 0 45 Modern and Deluxe Units Bridal Suite Free TV and Ice Dial Phones in all units 0 Minutes from Downtown- Shopping Centre- Stampede Grounds 0 Moderate Rates Phone 243-4651 3630 MACLEOD TRAIt ted to a political settlement with Israel along the lines of the November, 19II7, resolution by the UN Security Council. The guerrillas reject this and say they will fight until Israel is 'liberated." Among other tilings, the reso- lution calls for Israeli with- drawal from occupied territory and for recognition of the right of all states in the area, includ- ing Israel, to exist. 'Hie king has repeatedly said he is convinced the guenillas will accept a political settle- ment with Israel il it preserves basic Palestinian rights, but this argument has left many people doubtful. The guerrillas have become a power to be reckoned with in the Middle East and up to now New Mall For Calgary Nasser and Hussein have been breed to recognize their inili- ancy. The events which could sig- nify a shift in this situation jegan with a speech bv Nasser May 1. It contained the usual bellicose statements, hut at the same tinio Nasser called on U.S. President Nixon to get the Israelis to withdraw from occu- pied Arab land. If Israel would give the UN Security Council a timetable for withdrawal, Nas- ser said, quiet would descend on le Suez Canal front. Late in May, Premier Golda Meir affirmed that Israel, too, accepted the 1967 resolution She said details could be worked out in negotiations with! the Arabs. Mrs. Meir did not use the word "direct" in refer- ring to talks. The Arabs have rejected direct negotiations. Meanwhile, the Lebanese gov- ernment announced plans to en- CALGARY (CP) R. C. Baxter Ltd., a Winnipeg devel- opment firm, Thursday an- nounced details of a market mall, a project which has run into stiff opposition from residents in northwest Calgary. The residents are concerned that the mall will create traf- fic problems, particularly on 40th Avenue. Chairman R. C. Baxter told news conference that too much stress has been put on the problem. "All we want is the safety PHILIPS COLOR TV s TV 302 13th St. N. REGULAR DANCE MINUS ONE CLUB POLISH HALL Saturday, June 13 at p.m. BOW RIVER ORCHESTRA Members ond Gueslj Welcome Phone 327-1448 orce provisions of the Cairo igreenient which ended one clash with the guerrillas. As of next week, the winman- dos will not lie allowed to fire across the Lebanese border into Israel or lay mines near the frontier. The carrying of arms in Lebanese towns will be pro- hibited. These cumulative develop- ments placed the guerrillas on the defensive when battles broke out in Amman last week- end. Guerrilla leaders have since claimed the fighting was an American-inspired plot to liq- uidate the resistance movement prior to a political settlement with Israel. RUNNY ItOAl) SALISBUUY, Rhodesia (AP) A sugar estate surfaced its roads with molasses because "it packs down hard and wears as well as any other said spokesman, Col. John Salt. Jnforiunately, the colonel ddcd, the surface tends to run n rainy weather. of the residents protected and access to '.he shopping centre made as easy as possible." he said. Mayor Rod Sykes said the problem is one for the city not R. C. Baxter Ltd. The mall is one phase of a three-phase project which will be called Uni-City. Scheduled for completion In August. 1971, the mall will in- clude two department stores and GO other shops. CAREFUL GUARDS LIMA, Peru (AP) R.oberto Suarez Oliveira, second secretary of the Brazilian em- bassy, parked his car beside the U.S. embassy and walked inside to see an American diplomat, there were the usual police side- walk guards armed with sub- machine-guns. When he came out a short time later the guards were still there but his car had been stolen. SOUTHERN ALBERTA rTHEATRES CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE SECRET OF SANTA VITTORIA" In Technicolor. Starring Anthony Quinn and Virna Lisi. Saturday, June 13 shows at and p.m. Adult. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "TRUE Technicolor. Starring Academy Award Winner "Best Actor" John Wayne, Glen Campbell and Kim Darby. Saturday, June 13 show at p.m. Family. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre Walt Disney's "THE ONE AND ONLY, GENUINE, ORIG- INAL FAMILY Technicolor. Starring Walter Brennen. Saturday and Sunday, June 13 and 14. Shows Saturday and Sunday at p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre Technicolor. Starring Ron Moody, Oliver Reed and Shani Wallis. Saturday, June 13 shows at and p.m. Family. TABER Sky Vue Drive-In "ICE STATION Color. Starring Rock Hudson. Plus selected short subjects. Saturday, June 13. Show starts at Dusk. Family. TABER Tower Theatre "FUNNY Technicolor. Starring Academy Award Winner Barbra Streisand and Omar Sharif. Saturday and Monday, June 13 and 15. Saturday shows at and p.m. Family. Get mora out of life Toka the family to a movie _ --.V iS Today s. CAPITOL THEATRE "A Nun at Hie Crossroads" Short Subjects Last Complete PARAMOUNT THEATRE "The Short Last Complete COLLEGE MALL CINEMA "Captain Nemo and the Underwater Short Last Complete CO Monday Matinee "Rose GREEN ACRES DRIVE-IN "I Deal In "Those Were The Happy One Complete MONDAY and TUESDAY i >f COLLEGE MALL .328-630t> MONDAY ONE DAY ONLY RUDOLPH FRIML'S IN "RfKF MlilSSF" 1N COLOR IWJt (Elflrtil. COLOR HOWARD KEEL -.ANN BLYTHE TUESDAY ONE DAY ONLY "SWEETHEARTS" JEANETTE MACDONALD NELSON EDDY Special Attraction Wednesday Only IOUSIA MAY ALCOTT "LITTLE WOMEN" ELIZABETH TAYLOR JUNE ALLYSON MATINEE DAILY P.M. FOR THESE SPECIAL SHOWS Invites You To Attend THEIR GIGANTIC COLORFUL Hawaiian Luan Featuring Internationally Acclaimed KALANI BROWNE and HIS MAUI SOUND 9-PIECE DANCE BAND with HAWAIIAN FLOOR SHOW 3 BIG NIGHTS- Thursday, Friday and Cabaret Saturday, June 18, 19, 20 GENERAL GRANT AND CAROLINA ROOMS Admission by ticket only, Includes delicious Hawaiian Dinner and Entertainment. PER PERSON, Thursday and Friday Night....... Special Added Attraction! Friday and Saturday JUST US also in allondanctl "Formerly the Brass Corporation" Hawaiian Cabaret SATURDAY Admission 1.25 FOOD AVAILABLEI (BAR SERVICE AVAILABLE) PLAN TO ATTEND! leis for the ladies' GET TICKETS EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT! On Sale at El Rancho Front Desk or Coffee Shop Cashier 6th Avenue and Mayor Magralh Drive South. 'PhonB 377-5701 COMMUNITY SUMMER PROGRAM Sponsored by THE PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT'S YOUTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE REGISTRATION- June 15th, p.m.-Hamilton Jr. High School REGISTRATION FEE- 50c per ployer. Minimum of 10 players per team Limited to those students not over 13 of "S0 and who were in Grade 7 during school ending June 1U. 1970 DIVISION Open to anyone over 13 yeart of age In broae 8, or 9 All games to be played at Hamilton Junior High School SCHEDULE COMMENCES: Division A-June p.m. Division B-June p.m. THE MONSTERS HE CREATEDI WARNER BROS. Presents A HAMMER F1M PRODUCTION Starring PETER GUSHING VERONICA CARLSON FREDDIE JONES SIMON WARD-THORLEY WALTERS -MAXJNE AUDLEY HIT "Draeula Has Risen PETER NO. 2 From the Grave" CUSHING ONE COMPUTE SHOW AT 9 P.M. PHONE REEN ACRES DRIVE-IN LAST TIME TONIGHT "Those Were The Happy Times" in color JULIE ANDREWS "I Deal In Danger" in color ROBERT GOULET STARTING MONDAY 2 FIRST RUN FEATURES 2 MOST MEN WAiyTTO LOVE HER... OKIE MAN WANTS TO KILL HER! I.'S! paris s pslcUn JAMESSTACY METROCOLOR ADULT GATES OPEN AT P.M. IN COLOR JIM BROWN I'HIVATK I'UNISDMKNT JOIIANNKSUUHG, X-iU> Af- rica (AP) After revision of "a somewhat' unclear direc- a teacher in Transvaal province now may administer corporal punishment to a stu- dent in the presence of the prin- cipal but not in front of tho elass, education officials said. OLLEGE I NEJVMV OLIECEMAU 328-6300 LAST TIMES TONIGHT CELEBRATING- ISM 'SEVENTV a z vj 0 IS lit Q I si o a Come CELEBRATE with us MON.JUNE15 ALL SEATS AT THESE FAMOUS PLAYERS THEATRES e CAPITOL PARAMOUNT COLLEGE CINEMA GREEN ACRES DRIVE-SN (if o i 4 I m g sii o Ul Q Q r> unccn HVIVEJ Q Ifl STARTS MONDAY Restricted Adult Oroi, Id? Jack Cardiff's (IRKED UnDEHLERTKER EMrnr.; ALAIN DELON MARIANNE FAITHFULL ;