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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta murvaay, April IB, IVM IHC Lcmemuuc ANWAR SADAT HENRY KISSINGER Moscow, Cairo cool ANDREI GROMYKO Relations strained JNtjW YORK (AP) Russians act as if they suspect they've been had by President Anwar Sadat of Egypt, and that can make them tougher to deal with in the search for an overall Middle East settlement Moscow never was very happy in its relationship with Sadat's predecessor Gamal Abdel Nasser. But it is even more irked with the man who assumed Nasser's mantle in 1970. This irritation has been increasing ever since the October war. Now, if U S. State Secretary Henry Kissinger seems to run into mounting difficulties trying to bring about a military disengagement on the Syrian-Israeli front, it is a good bet Soviet pique has something to do with it. Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko has been trying to counter Kissinger's shuttle diplomacy in the Middle East, and Syria is the obvious route. The Kremlin wants badly to shift attention away from Kis- singer's activities to the Geneva conference where the Russians can be more visible. Sadat irked Moscow by failing to go along with that idea. But he had annoyed the Russians ever since October, when he failed to consult them on his war plans. He also neglected to confide in his Russian allies before agreeing to Kissinger's dis- engagement proposals; ignored a Soviet proposal that Russian and U.S. officers sit in on the disengagement talks between Egypt and Israel, ignored Soviet advice and successfully campaigned for suspension of the Arab oil embargo against the U.S.; and in a telecast this month accused Moscow of having opposed the October war and having been niggardly with arms help Sadat, a devout Moslem who fears the Soviet brand of atheistic communism, gave a detailed account a few years ago of a bruising experience he had with Kremlin hard-sell when he visited Moscow at the head of an Egyptian delegation in May, 1961. At that meeting, Nikita Khrushchev exploded when Sadat suggested Egypt's external affairs were none of his business. LOOK! Before You Lease Look into the scope, size and serv- ices of Beny Automotive Enterprises Ltd With our experience, organization and capital, we tailor leasing arrange- ments to fit YOUR needs for maximum service at minimum cost For on leaalng can and Borli Koreahenkov, Letting Rtp. BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE LEASING AND INSURANCE DIVISION Corner 2nd Ave. and 8th St. S. Lelnof Idge, PHONE 328-1101 Huge diamond picked up KIMBERLEY, South Africa (Reuter) The largest dia- mond ever found in Kimber- the ninth largest in the picked up by an African worker at the Dutoitspan mine here Wednesday. De Beers Consolidated Mines an- nounced that the diamond weighed 616 carats and was "a yellow octahedron of good shape but not of the best qual- ity." Luxury liner at sea NEW YORK (CP) The luxury liner Queen Elizabeth 2 was bound for Britain Wednesday after sailing Tuesday night on its first cruise since it broke down in the Atlantic April 1 and stranded passengers and 940 crew members for two days. Cunard officials reported the vessel was more than 500 miles at sea, making about 30 knots, with no reports of mishaps. The 66.000-ton liner sailed from New York's 44th Street pier shortly after 8 p.m. Tues- day for Cherbourg, France, and Southampton, England, with passengers. The earlier breakdown, caused when a boiler went out of commission, forced a mid- ocean rescue shuttle in which the passengers were transferred to a Norwegian cruise ship, the Sea Venture, and carried to Bermuda. They then were flown to New York at the expense of Cunard, which also returned their fares, estimated at Captain Peter Jackson, 51, who was the skipper on the aborted cruise, said just before Tuesday night's sailing that "the repairs to the boiler have been completed and we're just making a normal transatlantic crossing." Ticket agents said that al- though the number of passen- gers booked on the cruise was not as high as the last trip, there appeared to be no can- cellatioons due to the earlier mishap. The liner's passenger repre- sentatives reported there were a number of last-minute bookings due to the excitement surrounding a backgammon tournament in which top play- ers from around the world will compete. Torture tale LONDON (Reuter) An American prosecutor at the Nurnberg trials said Wednesday after a visit to Greece that a "reign of terror" now going on there was in respects worse than the excesses in Nazi Germany. Alberta MP demands apology in Commons question hassle OTTAWA (CP) An Alberta MP said Wednesday that Liberal John Reid was out in estimating the cost of answering a Commons question and accused him of misleading the House. Steve Paproski Centre; called in the Commons for Mr. Reid to "either resign or' refute that statement." He said later he expects ''an apology and a retraction." The dispute between the two MPs began Monday when Mr. Reid, parliamentary secretary to Government House Leader Allan MacEachen, said the cost of answering a written question from Mr Paproski might reach million. STEVE PAPROSKI This was based on the esti- mated cost of each for examining the files of about public servants, a task Mr. Reid said might be necessary to get the information Mr Paproski said in an interview Wednesday he has learned from unnamed sources the cost of gathering the information, dealing with the status of women in the public service, was only about "It takes nothing for the computer to go through the files and pull out the odd he said. OUT OF HOUSE Mr. Reid (Kenora-Rainy River) was not in the Commons when Mr. Paproski raised the matter Wednesday, but Mr. MacEachen said that "he will undoubtedly want to deal with the matter...." "I've had enough of this spouting out about this sort of Mr. Paproski said out- side the House. "I asked for Reid's resignation but he'll never resign. "He's looking for greater becoming a cabinet minister. I might say he has the makings of a fine cabinet minister with his knack of misleading the House." Mr. Paproski said Mr. Reid's estimate was off both on cost and the number of files that had to be searched to find out how many women in the public service earn more than annually. In one department the job took about a week "and defi- nitely did not involve a search of all personnel he said in the Commons. NOT SATISFIED Later, he said he is not satisfied with the way women THE FINEST RETIREMENT AND RECREATIONAL COMMUNITY Blind Bay, B.C., 50 miles east of Kamloops on Trans Canada. Please mail me a free brochure. NAME ADDRESS PHONE LH are treated in the public service or the way his question was handled by the government "I intend to ask more ques- tions both about the status of women and the status of John Reid." Toothbrush best for dog TORONTO (CP) Give your dog a toothbrush, not a bone, says Dr. Donald Ross of Houston, Tex., a dog and cat dentist. He told the Ontario Veterinarian Association Tuesday that pets are more resistent to cavities than people. But gum disease is a problem because pets often get the same food as their carbohydrates and sugars." The pet dentist said he advises regular brushmgs with soft- bristle baby tooth brushes, but no toothpaste. "They usually have a detergent base and give a dog a mouthful of suds. Since he doesn't know how to rinse or spit, it upsets him." Here Are the ANSWERS for your NEWS QUIZ PART I: Georges Pompidou; 2-b; 3-raw materials, 4-c; 5-a PART II: PART III: PICTURE QUIZ: Cuban Premier Fidel Castro NOTICE The Community Services Advisory Committee will be accepting proposals for community use of the former Library Building situated in Gait Gardens. Pro- posals will be accepted up to and includ- ing April 30, 1974, and Forms for this purpose are available at the office of the Community Services Department, lo- cated at 122 5th Avenue South, during regular office hours. 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