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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE September lUuC Sadat has Arab diplomacy on vigorous new course CAREERS Senior Accountant Preferably an ambitious young C.A. who will soon graduate or has recently graduated. Must be a responsible type capable of supervising statf, and initiating new programs and systems with an expanding national transportation company. Future prospects are excellent for the proper individual. Consideration will be given to moving costs. Please send a complete resume giving details of ex- perience and desired salarv to: B.L. Bowen Accounting Manager P.O. Box 3500 Calgary, Alberta. FOUNDRY WORKERS REQUIRED WANTED IMMEDIATELY Foundry workers and labourers. Good starting pay and fringe benefits. Per- manent employment. Contact LETHBRIDGE IRON WORKS CO. LTD. 120 1st Avenue South, Lethbridge By GRANVILLE WATTS CAIRO (Reuter) Presi- dent Anwar Sadat's decision to resume diplomatic relations with Jordan and his new alliance with King Feisal of Saudi Arabia has set Arab diplomacy on a vigorous new course. The surprise visit to Cairo by King Hussein for talks with Sadat and Syria's President Hafez Assad also is expected to lead to resumption of relations between Damascus and Amman. That may appear to leave Libya's fiery President Moammar Khadafy as the odd man out in the Arab world and the proposed merger between Egypt and Libya in a state of frozen animation. The turning point in the many hurried visits among Arab capitals was undoubted- ly Sadat's secret visit last month to Saudi Arabia. The Egyptian leader sought and secured a way out of the pressures exerted by Khadafy to draw Egypt, almost strug- gling it seemed, into an imme- diate merger with Libya. But the harder Khadafy seemed to pull one way, the firmer seemed to be Sadat's tugging in another direction. RIFT EXPOSED Khadafy regards Saudi Arabia as the most reac- tionary of the Arab countries and has not hesitated to say so. But Sadat knows that any Middle East settlement is bound to include the efforts of the United States and the Arab country with most influence in Washington is Saudi Arabia. Sadat has slowly succeeded The Beauty Culture Department of the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute wishes to announce that our facilities are open to the public again this year. Your patronage would be gratefully appreciated. Please Phone 328-9321 between the hours of a.m. to p.m. THANK YOU! in his campaign to get King Feisal to change his attitude about using oil as a weapon to force the U.S. into a more even-handed attitude towards the Arab states. Although Feisal has been proceeding with his usual caution, he now seems to have made up his mind that Saudi Arabia can restrain expansion of oil production to a limited rise of about 10 per cent a year compared to the current increase of 30 to 40 per cent. This might be enough to hurt the Americans who have been urging greater produc- tion increases. ARMS BUILD-UP SEEN There have also been reports in the Beirut press that Saudi Arabia and the Gulf states have agreed to finance a arms program for Egypt. The reports said that the arms, including long-range fighter bombers, would come from Britain and France, al- though both these countries still maintain an embargo on providing such weapons to front-line Middle East states. Egyptian armed forces still rely almost entirely on Soviet arms, although Sadat has ex- pressed disappointment in the past at the failure of the Rus- sians to provide him with the sophisticated weapons he re- quires. Despite the new flare-up of fighting between Syrian and Israel in a massive air battle earlier this month, it is on the oil and diplomatic fronts that the Arabs are likely to concentrate most. SUCCESS NOTED There are indications that the new Arab diplomacy has already paid off to some ex- tent. Arab confidence recorded an immediate upswing with President Nixon's recent statement Israel as being jointly responsible with the Arabs for failure to start negotiating a settlement. Although U.S. officials maintain there has been no significant change in Washington's stand on Israel, the fact that Henry Kissinger, Nixon's chief adviser, has been told to study the problem leads observers here to believe that things are on the move. Sadat seems at pains to build up the strongest possible bargaining position for any future talks. In this context Hussein's re- turn to the Arab fold is Consid- ered a victory for Cairo. Sadat appears to have suc- ceeded in getting Hussein to drop his idea for a new federal kingdom linking the East Bank of the Jordan River with the Israeli-held West Bank. It was over this plan that Cairo broke off relations in April last year. The Jordanian monarch, however, seems to have won back his place in the Arab world without budging on the Palestinian commando position. THE TIME IS FALL THE PLACE IS BRITISH COLUMBIA, You're standing on seven miles of sand looking straight west to Japan. Last week you felt the warmth of a bonfire in our Cariboo country, tasted fresh fruit from our orchards, touched cedar trees that were fifteen feet around in a park in the middle of a metropolis. You've seen a quiet island city that appeared to have been plucked from the pages cf Charles Dickens, and you've heard the cry of eagles over a misty rainforest. You've gone as far as you can go on the west coast of Canada. And in the process of losing the world, you've found yourself. 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