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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 36-THE LETHBRIDGE Nov.mber 9, Israel may be forced to soften stand An AP News Analysis By KENNETH FREED WASHINGTON (AP) Israel has fallen between a rork and a hard place in the diplomatic manoeuvring over The problem is one that has> the next phase of Middle East been the downfall of many ne- negotiations with the only gotiators in diplomacy and clear escape a fundamental business Inflexibility change in policy In this case Israel says it NOTICE! FREE WALLPAPER CLINIC TIME: Nov. p.m. PLACE: FREDDIES PAINT LTD. 816 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5540 PLEASE PHONE BY NOV. to ENSURE YOUR SEAT PROGRAM: Color film on wallcovering How to choose wallcovering Where to use wallcoverings How to apply wallcoverings. will never deal with the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) While Jerusalem was repeating that constant refrain, the PLO won overwhelming approval from the UN General Assembly to participate in a debate beginn- ing in mid-month on the Palestinian question And in last week's Arab summit at Rabat, Morocco, the PLO was designated the sole and legitimate representative of the West Bank Palestinians in any negotiates While the Israelis kept say- ing never, their only impor- tant ally, the United States, began reappraising its support of the Jerusalem position REALITY FACED The U S is plainly moving to accept what some U S and Egyptian officials describe as a new PLO as a permanent participant in the talks U S State Secretary Henry Kissinger said Monday that Is- rael and the Arabs must "make an effort to bring their position closer to each other An Egyptian official in Washington said Egypt and Israel can resume efforts to widen their disengagement on the Sinai peninsula without simultaneous talks between the Jewish state and the PLO over the fate of the West bank But the Egyptian diplomat added that there must be progress on the entire Middle East negotiating front, ap- parently meaning Israel must acknowledge the PLO U S officials, heartened by the Egyptian statement, in- dicated that Israel will be hard pressed to keep to its position There is one other alter- native for the Jewish state, and that also would require a fundamental policy shift ig- nore American pressure, refuse to budge in negotiations and fight another war One American source said "We would never abandon Is- rael but I don't know that the American people would be as sympathetic in the face of ap- parent Egyptian reason- ableness, particularly when any new war would mean another oil crisis much worse than the last one Fasten seat belts A United States Air Force F5E Tiger 11 fighter plane heads straight up during a test flight near Palm- dale, Calif With everyday low prices and weekly specials! 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DRISTAN OECONGESTANT NASAL MIST RELIEVES SINUS CONGESTION HAY FEVER MISERY NEAO COLDS DISTRESS Phwylephrine HCI, 0 50% PfWHrnnine Maleite, 0 20% Thfnmsal Preservative 002% f fe ZttIS Tht Proerwtwr of Wot (Went Act UMMTOtlES LIMITED TOIQNto ONTAIIO j DECON The increase which provides a cost-of-livmg ad- justment based on inflation from October, 1973, to September, 1974, inclusive, is to be applied on benefits paid under the Public Service Superannuation Act and under similar laws applying to the military and RCMP The raise will apply to pen- sions paid to entitlements that begin Dec or earlier professional man in Dublin" who already has pleaded guil- ty to similar charges and has been sentenced to three years in prison Police testified at his trial that "evil men" in Canada were behind an attempt to murder Kelly in prison to silence him PLEADS NOT GUILTY The charged men, all of whom have pleaded not guilty, are Ronald Neil St Germain, 32 a Montreal accountant, John Arthur Sullivan, a Canadian Eugene Sylvester Lastowiecki, 45, also a Cana dian said to live in the United States and Britons Mathew Drysdale, Frank Brockley and William Pearson McCallum Worsley alleged that St Germain and Sullivan were strong-arm" men sent from Canada to keep an eye on Kel- ly and the transaction, and that McCallum, a London businessman, used his office as 'the in the operation oetween Canada Ireland and Britain The prosecutor said Drysdale a partner in McCallum s business, and Lastowiecki played lesser roles in the plot although Drysdale also is charged with seeking to destroy evidence Worsley said a third strong arm' man, Michael Dagenaise succeeded in sending about half the proceeds from the fraud back to Canada but he later was arrested when he arrived in Canada by air Britain is seek- ing to extradite him for trial here but has not yet succeeded, the prosecutor said St Germain. Toronto lawyer Hamilton Martin Douchart. 35. and David James Stevens 28, of Glasgow also are charged with conspiring to murder Frank Brockley, charged in the present case The murder conspiracy trial will start early in the new vear Social Credit won't run candidates SASKATOON