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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wcdnndoy, March 18, 1973 THE LHHBRIDGl HIKAIO 39 'We want a global solution, but any progress would be welcome' HUSSEIN 'HOPEFUL' ABOUT MID EAST TRUCE AMMAN, Jordan King I In which the United Hussein returned to Jordan I States has contributed so much Washington last month from Convinced that an Irresistible intematonal "impetus toward peace" is under way in the Middle East. The reasons, he said in an exclusive interview here, were changes in the world situation, a tilt in international opinion to- ward understanding ot Arab desires for peace, and increas- to peace and progress, with re- sults in Europe, Korea and Vietnam. Really, the problem in this part of the world re- mains the major one. It ob- viously poses a threat to everything. Analysis "I found that ray analysis was exactly the case, that our friends in Washington are In the process of. trying to learn the position o[ various parties concerned and that they need- ed a bit of time to study var- ous positions and to come out with a course ot action. 'This is not a special mo- ment, but a period ot prepara- on. I came back rattier hope- ul." Did he have any Indication Staets might would happen to offset that feeling, and tragically it did happen 1" Khartoum (where two American and one Belgian dip- lomats were assassinated by Palestinian Once again, he asserted "the problem generates extremism on both sides" and any real movement toward peace will be "liable to generate the forces of extremism on both sides to do everything possible against peace." Captive is the Israeli-Jordanian he said, "but this could solve problems elsewhere. What we want is a global solution, but any progress would be wel- >me. "I am disappointed with Is- he went on, referring to the lack of Israeli response to his earlier proposals for a set- tlement, "but I believe the time is coming when she will have to address herself to the problem. Israel cannot forever ignore ressurea from outside for a olution. Israel certainly does During the Khartoum inci- dent the exchange for the for. gn diplomats -held captive as the release ot a Palestin- an commando leader, Abou Daoud, and 17 of his men who ad been captured by the Jor- anlana when they tried to en er Jordan. The Jordanian goveramen claims that Abou Daoud, one o he highest officials Al Fa ah, the Palestinian guerrill: jroup, entered Jordan to kid lap Uie entire Jordanian cab net and hold it captive for th release ot commandos impris oned in Jordan. Shortly after Khartoum, the king commuted Abou Daoud death sentence. 'I commuted his sentenc really for humanitarian rea- not enjoy the same internation- al opinion as in the past. Protector He declined to comment on specific suggestions floated by some Israeli leaders recently about making him protector of the Moslem holy places in Jer- usalem. Rather, he concentrat- ed on a settlement of the prob- lem through world action. If Israel will give up the Jor- danian territory ot the west bank of the Jordan River, he said he still hopes to establish a United Arab Kingdom of two autonomous but centrally-gov- erned Jordanian and Palestin- ian states. "It would give the Palestians the identity they he stated. But, at the same time, be made it clear that the Pales- tinian commando organizations, whom Jordanian troops fought in a bloody civil war in 1970, "can never come back" be- cause "you can't turn the clock back." Save 2 The Guardsman Guaranteed for as long as you own the car Remember this hard fact: a worn muffler can ba dangerous to you and to your family. Get your muffler cheeked today. 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Understanding While stating that he found Hussein commented. "He lot of understanding" of th has revised a lot of his previous also spoke of changes in Ame fully with the authorities here ing criticism of Israel on tl part of international Jewry. changing in its opinion towar lives discussed in said the king, suntanned and the States with the tragedy of confident, sitting in his modern GOT IT? GOOD FDR YOU! The king would speak only ta general terms of any separate Jordanian-Israeli settlement of the sort he has endorsed in the past. "The most complex problem office in the palace. "I went to see if my present analysis of There was great con the world corresponded to real- demnation of the act itself. 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This Little Figure Went To jail Vittoria Fiorucci was too broke to pay for the large number of parking tickets.he-had acquired. He illustrates his impressions of his week behind bars.. Greg Clark's Conversion Five weeks in a hospital gave Canada's favorite storyteller a new view of today's youth. Back At The Ranch Part two of the horse rustling story by the late R, D. Symons from the book, Where The Wagon Led. Pot Roast It's'just one of Margo's pot roast recipes in your Weekend Magazine this Saturday. The others: Italian Style Rump Roast, Chinese-Style Pot Roast, Lamb In A Pot, Pork Pot Roast, Polish-Style Pot Roast The Lethbnd0e Herald ;