Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 5, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 THE LETHBKIDGE HERAtB Hiorjrfoy, November J, 1970 ....._________________________ Peace Talk Prospects In Middle East Fading UNITED KATlOiN'S (CP) Ex-, siii'anccs of on indefinite Mien- Dint its passage will delay eve tension of the Middle Knsl. iTjtsefire (hat ivas to offi- rially ended iit 5 p.m. sion of the ceasefire. The 21-connlry Afro-Asian res- olution was passed in [he as- the resumption o[ Hi Jarring talks. also [hat Israc lodoy lias hem assured but ilic scmbly by vole 57 lor, 16 will lake a new look at prospeds for peace lallis has become more uncertain than ever. Assuv.iuce rf the extension Has givrn here by Egyptian Canada and Britain abstained. Foreign Minister Jlalimoml! France and the Soviet bloc and Iliad after a resolution was! most of Ihe non-aligned sup- against nnd 33 abstentions. which it has supported alon Seven Arab coutitrics refused In j in th vole and oilier countries lijilil (lie passage at Ihe rcso away. lutimi. He said the "new material' Hie Alro-Asian resolution and if! passed in (lie General Assembly and some Western countries op- j calling for Ihree additional months resumption of talks j posed it. under Gunnar Jarring. UM Jlid- j Western countries, with Tvjst negotiator. Kiad also lhal Egypt will enter into talks with jarring. These talks have been stalled tnice August by an Israeli boy- cott over charges that Egypt vi- olated the ceasefire by moving Soviet-made missiles into the Suez standstill zone. Israel lias already given ns- balance puts the stand ported it and the United Stales ini! of 2-12 into question, lie said that less than ball UIB assembly supporter Hie resolution. e.vccption of France, felt lhal The resolution calls for Israel the wording of the resolution willulvawal from captured Aval was biased in favor of the lands without using Ihe 2-12 Ian Arabs and that it would hurt I Kuage of saying (hat such a Security Council Resolution 212 j withdrawal is to be to secure of November, 1967. which is the basis for all Middle East nego- tiations. Israeli Foreign Minister Abba Khan rejected it and warned New Money Bylaws Okayed For Suggested Omniplex EDMONTON (CP) City council held a special two-hour session Wednesday night to ap- prove n TIGW midnight, chief Mountain closed, iry and in good driving condi- iori. Visibility is down lo approxl- nalely mile this morning this is expected lo clear by oon today.