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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta It-THIUTHWi November Friends keep in touch with dying Ben-Gurion Kremlin gambit seen Commuter cramming A Tokyo commuter grimaces while trying to keep his footing as more travellers crowd into an already jammed train at Shmjuku station. The excessive crowding was caused by a 12-hour slowdown by railroad workers throughout Japan that resulted in numerous tram cancellations and delays on those that did run. l SDE Israel While David Ben-Gurion fights for his life in a Tel Aviv his friends and neighbors in this Negev Desert kibbutz keep in contact three times a day by telephone. of the kibbutz has practically moved into the hospital with said Pnina the kibbutz post- mistress who sometimes types his memoirs. his closest friend seldom leaves the bedside and keeps us informed of his con- dition by was still in serious condition following a cerebral hemorrhage Sunday that left his right side paral- ysed Sde deep in the Negev is where Israel's founding father found peace and fulfillment after 15 stormy years as his young country's iirst premier. This is where the patri- archical old man always long- ed to be. the desert wilderness where Abraham tended sheep and Moses took a bride. Before he entered the hospi- the old man took a two- mile walk around the kibbutz twice a day. A spectacularly- plumed parrot called out as he passed by and he always stopped at the cage for a friends recall. Ben-Gurion was born David Gryn in a wooden house on the Street of the Goats in the un- paved Jewish quarter of Plonsk. a small market city 40 miles northwest of Warsaw.. From the time Ben-Gurion arrived deck class in a Rus- sian freighter in the old crusader port of Jaffa in he looked upon himself mainly as a farmer and a pioneer come to reclaim the land of his ancestors NEW YORK Mot- cow's claim that Peking wants to provoke a Soviet-U.S. military though it has an ominous seems nevertheless a Kremlin gam- bit in a contest for dominating v influence in Asia. The accusation was publish- ed Monday by the government newspaper a fact that in itself suggests there might be less to this seeming escalation of the verbal war than meets the eye. it comes only a week in advance of a scheduled trip by Leonid I. the Communist to In- wKere he wants to push the idea that Asia should join Moscow in a collective securi- ty system. Peking's'anti-Soviet posture has become more irksome than ever to Moscow lately. The new Middle East war per- mitted Peking to portray the Russians as conniving with the Americans to rule the world. This fits in with Peking's- own pretensions to lead what it calls the Third World of poor nations. Peking has manoeuvred in- dustriously against Soviet tempts to set up a collective security system in Europe. Moscow can have little doubt that China would be even more opposed to a similar Soviet enterprise in Asia. LAYS DOWN BARRAGE It seems Moscow has sought to lay down a propaganda bar- rage in advance of the Brezh- nev designed primarily to scare Asians by portraying the Chinese as eager for a third world war. Soviet propaganda insists the Chinese opposed a Middle East ceasefire because they wanted the war to go on that this il- lustrated a Peking urge to profit from global turmoil from which it might gain in terms of big power domina- tion. A few days a Soviet commentator directly linked such alleged Chinese aims with Peking opposition to an Asian security system. asked the com- the true mean- ing of Peking's call for colossal disturbances if applied to stwh a region as south litre it no doubt that such an appeal is aimed against the normalization that is under way The Rek- ing leaders seem to want to throw the South Asian countries back into the time of confrontation arid That was a reference to the India-Pakistan the latest of which was in 1971 over the Bangladesh secession from Pakistan SOUR CREAM LUCERNE FRESH Miki yoir own dipt 10 ml wt. tub Special Eich POTATO CHIPS OLD DUTCH 5 FLAVOURS oz. net wt. pkg. Special CHIP DIPS LUCERNE ASSORTED FLAVOURS 8 oz. mt wt. tub Special PRICES EFFECTIVE In LithbridH Nov. 21-24 FRUIT CAKE MRS. 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