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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 44 The LtthbrMgt Herild November 1973 Mideast pendulum swings from Moscow By HEDR1CK SMITH New York Times Service MOSCOW At the height of the Middle East the Soviet Union seemed to have gained considerable influence from the conflict. But western diplomats the pendulum has swung away from leaving the Russians feeling a bit let The United States has stolen a march with Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's initiative in arranging an Egyptian-Israel compromise for implementing the cease- fire while Moscow has to tone down its insistent demands for an immediate return to the Oct. 22 cease-fire lines. Even more of a jolt was the obvious eagerness of Presi- dent Anwar El-Sadat to reopen diplomatic relations with Washington. Soviets presumably expected something like that would happen if some Middle East settlement emerged. But they seem a bit stunned that it happened so an Asian am- bassador commented. EUROPEANS UNHAPPY In economic the Arab oil embargo was ex- pected to increase the attrac- tion of Soviet oil and natural gas sources for western Europe and the United States. But these are to become im- portant only in the long term. Short-term problems with Soviet deliveries are privately causing some unhappiness among west Europeans. Moscow has not been able to satisfy its western customers on deals that have already been struck. For ex- pected the Soviet Union to deliver million metric tons of oil a year in return for large-diameter pipe for Soviet oil pipelines. But the best Moscow has done so far was 3.8 million and deliveries dropped to 2.8 million last year. In yet another Moscow is showing mis- givings about another develop- ment spawned by the Middle East crisis the new west. European impulse toward political co-ordination and un- and even toward the possi- ble creation of a joint defence called for by France last week. WAITING GAME For the Soviet diplomacy on the Middle East seems to be largely a waiting game. Moscow repeatedly in- sists on general terms that will satisfy the Arabs without taking any visible new initiatives to fill in the outline of a settlement more precisely. Co-operation with Washington continues but with less visible warmth than a month ago. The United States has demonstrated its ability to talk to both sides of the Arab- Israeli while Moscow is restricted to the Arab side because of its break with Israel in 1967. But most diplomats assume that Moscow can be confident that ultimately Washington and other parties will have to turn to the Soviet Union for help in arranging and promoting a settlement. Get with-it looks Got someone pert and pretty on your Christmas If 'match her up' with a pretty fashion I ike the ones shown here. All great-looking coordinates in her favorite denim look. Some with embroidery trim. Some with contrast stitching. Some with both. And. Mom. they're all easy-care in machine-washable acrylic-nylon knit. In navy only. overalls in sizes 8-14 Pants in sizes 7-14. 13.98. front-zipped 9.98. 10.98. flare 10.98 Also shown with fashions A polyester knit blouse in white a rib-knit nylon turtleneck in navy at 3.98. Sizes 8-14. 'Reg'dCan.T. M. Girls' Department at Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee satisfaction or money refunded and free delivery Simpsons-Sears Ltd. STORE Open Daily from a.m. to p.m. and Fri. a.m. to p.m. Centre Village Telephone 328-9231 Learning her manners Zoo workers at Madison's Vilas Park are trying to teach one of their newer arrivals the niceties of eating with human utensils. The baby born last is still unnamed. 3-pc. wardrober... everything you need to keep you looking well dressed for almost any occasion...just top pants or skirt with the shirt-tailored sashed and there you Of hand-washable polyester in diagonal double knit. Aqua blue or ivory. Half sizes Ladies'Dresses Christmas ideas begin Simpsons-Sears Ltd. fl Store Open daily a.m. to p.m. Thurs. and Fri. a.m. to p.m. Centre Village Mall. Telephone 328-9231 ;