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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Israel Faces UN Action On Peace Talks Issue By STEPHEN SCOTT UNITED NATIONS (CP) A resolution that contains an im- plied request for Security Coun- cil action if Israel does not re- turn to the Middle East peace talks within two months time has been introduced in the 127- country General Assembly. The resolution from 10 non- aligned countries was intro- duced after Israeli Foreign Min- ister Abba Eban. asked the as- sembly to call on Egypt to rec- tify its alleged violations of the SO-day ceasefire.. Israel is boycotting the talks under Gunnar Jarring, Middle East envoy, because of the al- leged violations. The Soviei Union and Egypt have called for an immediata resumption of ASHPHALT P PAVING r T TOLLESTRUP W SAND and GRAVEL L Construction Co. Ltd. W PHONE L 328-2702 327-3610 W A. the talks while denying that Egypt is violating the Ameri- can-sponsored ceasefire agree- ment by moving up missiles in the Suez zone. The resolution calls upc Egypt, Jordan and Israel to r sume contacts with Jarring that the Swedish diplomat ca resume his mission "at t earliest possible date." It asks that Secretary-Gener U Thant report within tw months to the Security Counc and to the General Assembly a appropriate, on the efforts i Jarring and on the implement; tion of Security Council Resoli tion 242 of November, 1967. Re olution 242 sets out the basis fo Middle East peace efforts. HINTS AT SANCTIONS The new resolution also re- quests the council to consider if necessary, taking steps under the relevant articles the charter, to ensure imple mentation" of 242. This is veikd reference to use of sane tions against countries failing t abide by 242. As the new resolution wa drawn up with co-operation o .he Arab states, it is obvious that it is aimed at Israel. Co-sponsors of tht resolution are Afganistan, Burundi, Came- roon, Ceylon, Guinea, India PREVIEW SHOWING of '1971" KAZ HIRAGA Admiral TOTAL SIGHT TOTAL SOUND ACME TELEVISION LTD. IN COLLEGE MALI Mali, Mauritania, Nigeria, Paki- stan, Senegal, Somalia, Uganda, Tanzania, Yugoslavia and Zam- bia. An Israeli spokesman rejected the resolution later, saying "this is the bind of thing that will wreck the U.S. peace initiative and the UN peacemaking fort." U.S. MAY INTERVENE American officials refused discount the possibility that th U.S. will introduce a resolutio of its own as the General A sembly continues its debate c the Middle East situation. Eban reiterated Israe charges of Egyptian violation of the ceasefire, saying that th movement of between 500 art 600 Soviet-made missiles plus other equipment into the Sue standstill zone is to "prepar for the resumption of war, no the attainment of peace." Egyptian Foreign Ministe Mahmoud Riad made much th same charge against Israel a the start of the debate Monday After Eban spoke, Egyptiai Ambassador Abdullah El-Erian accused the Israeli of falsifica ions, distortions and duplicity Israel was gujlty of aggress'on and had an expansionist policy and had obstructed imple-menta ion of Resolution 242. >1 Persons Appear On Counts EDMONTON (CP) Sixty- le persons charged with drag 'fences appeared in magis- court Thursday and most ere remanded for preliminary earings and trials. More than 40 were charged ith trafficking as a result of a ur month undercover opera- on by city police and RCMP hile the remainder were ar- ested in the last two weeks on barges ranging from traffick- g to possession. A courtroom was set aside drug trials and preliminary arings on Nov. 30 and Dec. 2, 3, 7, 8, and 9. .FATAL FOG A rescue worker, foreground, gazes at wreckage and dead body of a truckdriver in a massive chain collision of dozens of vehicles on a fog bound highway known as "Highway of the Sun" near todi, Italy. Eight persons were killed and 32 injured in the pileup. ATTENTION MOBILE HOME BUYERS! Here are TWO Important Facts 1. Brand new 12-foot wide, 2-bedroom mobile homes fully furnished with fridge, stove, furnace, chesterfield and chair, dining suite, beds, lamps, drapes, etc. ONLY, COMPUTE...........- 2. We have the only mobile homes in Canada approved by Central Mortgage and Housing Corporation so bt sure to see these barort you buyl "TRAILER CITY" UNITED MOTOR CO. LTD. (TRAILER DIVISION) Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-1418 Friday, October 30, 1970 THI IFTHSKIDGE HiRAlD -11 Couldn't Get In Prison PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. (CP) Adamee Onalik couldn't get in when he arrived at the Prince Albert penitentiary to start serving a seven-year sent- ence for manslaughter. The warden turned Onalik away Monday because his pa- pers were not in order. The warrant of committal did not have the signature of the clerk of the appsal court which sentenced him and did not carry the seal of the court. Onalik, 22, from Frobisher Bay, is waiting in RCMP cells here until a correclcd warrant arrives from the Northwest Ter- ritories. An RCMP spokesman said today the whole thing has been expjained to him. Onalik, charged in the death of a 55-year-old woman last April, was originally sentenced to two years by Mr. Justice Wil- liam Morrow of the Northwest Territories court. Mr. Justice Morrow said "it would be destructive to send this person outside the North- west Territories where he would be confronted with a strange culture." An appeal court increased sentence to seven years. FLAVORED COFFEES Orange, chocolate and mint- flavored coffees now are being marketed in some eastern United States cities. Albertqns are joining the Light Brigade Three Feathers Rye Whisky is blended for today's trend to lightness. Enough four year old to keep it enough eight year old to make it smooth. Three Feathers Whisky. It's lighter than you think. Whafe lighter than a feather? THREE FEATHERS NADIAN PARK TILFORD DISTILLERIES LTD. TO SATURDAY, OCTOBER REALLY ORIGINATED IN ALBERTA FOR ALBERTA FAMILIES. ;