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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 LETHDRIDQE HERALD November 1073 UNEF legistics contingents Canadian to be top officer WARNING Wait Gas Fired Circulating ROOM HEATERS Model NW 20A Notice has been received from the Alberta Gas Protection Province of regarding the above mentioned appliance. In order to avoid any serious persons who have installed these heaters should contact their supplier or installer If further information is required contact The City of Lethbndge Gas Inspection Branch at 328-2341 or The Provincial Gas Inspection Administration Bldg Phone 328-4471. up John Fitzgerald Kennedy who was 13 years old Sunday is shown during the past years. In 13 days after he was born in in 1961 cele- brating his first birthday in the White in 1963 waiting in the back seat of the presidential limousine for his father and in 1969 leaving Athens on his way to New York. He is shown in 1973 after leaving church services on the anniversary of the death of his father in an enlargement taken of the congregation leaving church. Merger plans suspended By C. C. MIN1CL1ER CAIRO The much- heralded plans for merger of Egypt and Libya into one strong Arab state have fallen victim to the latest Middle East war Recovery is uncer- tain A 100-member Constituent Assembly formed to lay the groundwork for joint govern- ment suspended its meetings when hostilities broke out Oct 6 Prospects for resumption of the merger work have been clouded by Libya's role in the October battle and by Presi- dent Moammar Khadafy's branding of the ceasefire agreement as Arab 'capitulation Two days after the war began Khadafy warned the right look anytime Jumper or dress set Pant set You ve got the occasion wevegotiust the thing to wear' Incredibly 'ow prices on jumoers d-esses and pant seis PLUS no pxtra cost a contrasting sweater to 'aver under' Made fron sort lie k i bonded to tricot they re guaranteed machine- washable drip dry onjy to retain shape Sweaters are acrylic knit machine-wash dry flat Red or green with black sweaters blue or black with white sweaters cJ Cnn T M Ladies Dresses Simpsons-Sears Ltd. against expecting a favorable outcome for the Arabs. He was quoted as referring to the conflict as operetta war Then he criticized Syria and Egypt for accepting the UN ceasefire call As far as anyone knows publicly Libya did not play an active part in the war But it donated combat artillery and anti- aircraft installations Khadafy was the only Arab leader to visit Egypt since tha war who did not have his photograph with President Anwar Sadat splashed across the government-controlled press Egyptian government spokesman Ahmed Anis declined to comment on Khadafy's criticism of the Sadat strategy But a leading Cairo editor raised the ques- tion of Khadafy's reliability. The jumping and perplex- ing personality of President Khadafy has amazed even his close friends in Libya and Egypt and rendered it impos- sible to count on any firm line with said Ihsan Abdel editor of the mass- circulation newspaper Akhbar elYoum Khadafy's proclaimed refusal to attend the Arab summit meeting in Algiers to- day and his frequent proclamations to that effect during his visits to Yugoslavia and have prompted some foreign commentators to say Khadafy is trying to wreck the Kuddous said By WILLIAM N. OATIS UNITED N.Y The Canadian and Polish lecistics contingents of UN Emergency Force in the Middle East each will have its own com- mander but a Canadian will be in over-all charge as Chief of Logistics Services. Canadian sources said today this structure was part of a compromise over the com- mand issue that the countries reached in talks here on how their contingents should divide legistic duties Well-placed sources said at the beginning of last week that the talks were deadlocked be- cause the Poles wanted each contingent to be under its own commander but the Canadians wanted one commander over both in advising reporters agreement had been reached Thursday on sharing the a UN spokesman said he believed each contingent would have its own com- mander and so gave the im- pression the Canadians had lost their point altogether. CANADA TAKES CHARGE But when Secretary- General Kurt Waldheim published the Canadian-Polish 'memorandum of understan- it provided that a Chief of Logistics Services at UNEF headquarters would be responsible to the UNEF commander the control and co-ordination of logistic functions in support of UNEF Canadian sources said that post would go to the Canadian Fuel delivery may restrict wheat cargo LONDON The International Wheat Council said today that shipping fuel shortages could restrict inter- national wheat movement Wheat ships are being de- layed in some idl- ed because of their inability to obtain the said in its latest market report. freight rates have weakened slightly on some grain particularly where larger such as bulk carriers switched from oil can the council said Rates for smaller ships remained unchanged in the past four it added contingent Brig.- Gen Douglas Nicholson. They said Canada is anxious to that there was over-all control for efficient use of all services Another element of the com- promise was. in the words of the that the two contingent commanders would have direct access to the UNEF Fin- nish Maj.-Gen Ensio all matters relating to their national contingents Canada will provide air movement control and postal services. Poland will provide road engineering and medical ser- vices will share UNEF mili- tary police duties and both will maintaiq UNEF the Canadians working on equipment from North America and Western Europe and the Poles on equipment from Eastern Europe. UNEF's strength Saturday was 2.566 from Canada. Poland and Sweden. The Canadians numbered 481 and the Poles 191 CAREERS Coleman Colleries Limited ALBERTA A vacancy In our Engineering Dept. for a CLERICAL ASSISTANT This is a staff salary negotiable. Typing is esential and some shorthand with some experience would be an ad- vantage. Please write for interview with brief resume. 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