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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 21, 1974, High Point, North Carolina 14a High Point Enterprise sunday july 21, 1974 Sadat says will strive for peace with Israel Cairo a president Anwar Sadat says Egypt will do All it can to reach a peace settlement with Israel but will plan for another War if those efforts fail. In an interview with the Beirut Magazine Haw Adess that was reprinted in three Cairo newspapers saturday Sadat also said he told president Nixon that Egypt would try to get $2.1 billion in compensation from Israel for Oil the jewish state has extracted in Sinai since 1967. A we Are in a peace operation and we should pursue it to the end a he said but added that a if it turns out to be futile then we will plan a new struggle a he indicated there should be no confusion Between a a War stage and a peace regarding Sinai Oil Sadat said a the israelis will be made to pay the Price of every drop of Oil they have looted from Sinai. It seized Oil Worth $2.1 billion and i made this Clear to president Sadat said he had a Clear idea of the future course of relations with the soviet Union Egypt s main supplier of arms and other equipment. Referring to the Quot surprising postponement of a visit to Moscow by foreign minister Ismail Fahmy that had been scheduled for july 14, Sadat said it was a deplorable the soviet Union had found Egypt a improved relations with the United states unacceptable. A we want to be on Good terms with the two superpowers. That is Why i have tried to reopen the dialogue with Moscow before Geneva Quot he said. Quot we shall try to coordinate with them and we shall Tell them our opinion before the Geneva conference. There is nothing to make us lose our the egyptian president predicted the Geneva peace conference would be difficult and said the arabs should prepare for the talks As Well As they did for last october s War. He recommended thorough coordination among Egypt Syria Jordan and the Palestine liberation organization a Plo. In Amman Jordan a Premier Zeid Rifai announced saturday that his government had asked the Arab league to postpone an Arab Summit conference tentatively scheduled for sept. 3. Rifai said he had asked the Arab league Secretary general Mahmoud Riad to sound out Arab Heads of state on the possibility of postponing the Summit meeting for a Short period a until More definite positions could be the meeting was supposed to coordinate Arab positions before the Geneva peace conference. The latest disruptive Factor was an angry palestinian reaction to an egyptian jordanian proposal that the Plo Send a separate delegation to Geneva. No . Russian face Kissinger is optimistic turks to join talks san Clemente. Calif apr Secretary of state Henry a Kissinger expressed optimism saturday that the turkish government will agree to join in negotiating sessions in London with greek officials to Settle the Cyprus crisis. He reported that Greece was prepared to accept negotiation if there is a cease fire on the Island. The Road to negotiation is open Kissinger said and has the support of the United states and the european Community. Kissinger voiced Public assurances that there was no question of any confrontation with the soviet Union in the area and that soviet actions have been Low key and a provocative. With under Secretary of state Joseph l. Sisco shuttling Between Athens and Ankara. Kissinger said the United states was doing its utmost to promote immediate negotiations to end the Cyprus conflict. The Secretary of state spoke at a news conference at the Western w Hite House. Meanwhile the Pentagon alerted an 800-Man army paratroop battalion in Italy As about a dozen . Warships including the Carrier Forrestal steamed toward Cyprus to evacuate americans if necessary. The two actions were described As a prudent precautionary measures in Case evacuation is required. They said there is no intention to intervene militarily Between greeks and turks. Affected by the Alert was the 1st battalion 500th infantry at Vicenza. Italy. A the unit has not moved and has no orders to move a the Pentagon said a it is simply in a higher state of readiness than Secretary of defense James r Schlesinger monitored the situation in the Pentagon command Center and the joint chiefs of staff met to review the situation. But no major alerts were dered for . Forces and Pentagon officials did not appear worried by the Alert of seven soviet airborne going or coming Back from vacation let a service your tuneup brakes refined Muffler repairs divisions a move regarded As a ploy designed to underscore russian diplomatic support for the turks. Unlike last fall s soviet airborne Alert during the Arab israeli War there was no evidence of any overt soviet threat to intervene. Officials noted no signs that the russians were mustering transport planes to carry their paratroopers anywhere. Pentagon sources said the soviet Fleet in the Mediterranean was operating in a Normal manner. Some russian naval vessels were South of Cyprus but not close to the Island they said. Kissinger had been attending a party at the san Clemente compound Given by the president s staff for members of the White House press corps Here when he was slipped a note by an aide with the news that the turkish troop carrying Craft were headed tor the Beach on Cyprus. He conferred with Nixon by Telephone. The president then dispatched Early morning messages to leaders of we service car air conditioners Complete cat service bakery so Bob Quot Culler prop. 337 n. Main Tol phone 882 03 0 announcing from Jenn air the Glass Ceramic Cooktop that also grills. 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A at the drawing Board my Mission is simply one part of this wholeness. A i think a person cannot be wholly fulfilled if he is sour on life. We be got to have a sense of the Rev. Or. Sherman who has served in the Florida conference since 1953, said he turned to the ministry after working As an Illustrator for a Pittsburgh a. Advertising Agency. A i had to go past several bars to go to work and then i had to draw bottles of Beer at work and it got to me a said the Clergyman. Now he avoids drunk Type cartoons in his syndicated panels a Slaff a Day and a this funny world and individual cartoons that number about a dozen a week. The Rev. Or. Sherman who works at the drawing Board in his parsonage a couple of evenings each week. In Reinecke trial acquittal is sought by Donald Sanders associated press writer Washington aped Reinecker attorney argued saturday that the government relied on an inaccurate hearing record in charging the California lieutenant governor with perjury and asked for a directed verdict of acquittal. . District judge Barrington d. Parker denied immediately a motion by defense attorney James e. Cox for a mistrial but withheld until monday morning a decision on his motion for an acquittal verdict. At the same time out of the hearing of the District court jury in the Case. Judge Parker voiced dissatisfaction with Cox s plans for the defense if he denies the motion. A i have allowed you to conduct this Case without the presence of a local attorney a he told California lawyer Cox. A i will require the presence of one local attorney from this Point on. A did you hear that or. Becker a i will require that you or or. Donohue or or. Kligman be present from now on a not All three but one of you. One of you should be prepared to sit continually throughout the course of the Cox has conducted Reinecker defense by himself during the trial which opened monday. J.1 Joseph Donohue Theodore Kligman and William e. Becker Are Reinecker a local attorneys they took part in pretrial proceedings but have been present Only inter. A intently during the trial and have taken no part. Becker was on hand saturday. Judge Parker did not elaborate but told Cox a i am not going to allow you to make a travesty of this he had expressed dissatisfaction with Cox a tentative list of defense witnesses saying that it should be pared Down and that it included persons whose probable testimony seemed Remote from the perjury indictment. A we Are not going to have re litigation of the itt antitrust Case a he told Cox. Reinecke is accused of giving false testimony to the Senate judiciary committee on april 19, 1972, about when he first talked to former atty. Gen. John n. Mitchell about a financial pledge to help underwrite the 1972 Republican National convention in san Diego. Among some 30 or More prospective witnesses Cox had included former atty. Gen. Richard g. Kleindienst Charles w. Colson watergate prosecutor Leon Jaworski his predecessor Archibald Cox former solicitor general Erwin Griswold columnist Jack Anderson and three Republican senators Hugh Scott of Pennsylvania. Roman l. Hruska of Nebraska and Hiram Pong of in for demonstration save you heart with Stair Clidey rental Purchase plan available installs in lets than two hours. No Jeff a shoe shop Walter p. Bean 113 Vav. Washington St. Kivett dry took .4t your shoes other people do Quot in 4 marring Walls. No special wiring. Plugs in like a radio. Tax deductible when recommended by a physician. Costs about so a week to operate. Automatic safety devices. 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