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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, 13, 1972 THE UTHBPJDGE HERALB 29 The embarrassment is over Russia bides its time over the Middle East By DEV MUHAFIKA London Observer Service MOSCOW Moscow seems to have now recovered Irorn I the embarrassment caused by recent slrains in its relations with Cairo. While there lias been no improvement in con- tads between Egypt and the Soviet Union, there also has been no fresh outbreak or the condemnation and vituperation tVrected towards the Soviet Union which was such a nolice- able feature of Egyptian pro- nouncements only a few weeks ago- More noticeable at the mo- ment is a new toug'j tone in Soviet pronouncements on the Middle East. Ever since the 1s- commcntator on Arab affairs i will be left with very little to asked rhetorically in a recent 1 show tor their manoeuvres, article: "Do you perhaps ima-lThc Russians would tncn hope agreement and find it possible to invent a formula for satis- fying (he Arab demands the Soviet position in the Middle UllLUlu. YUU LiyiiiaiAj iiiiu- gine that the backers of llic lo gain. Soviet position in the Middle Israeli invaders will present i However, if Israel and the Last will be more seriously im- Uic Arabs with the territories United Slates do come to an I dcrnuncd. How Moscow will seized from them? Or do you------------...... hope that those same monopol-' ies which have for decades been robbing the Arab world are going to make restitution ot: it all? One must be naive in- j deed to harbour such illusions." Another approach is lo re- mind the Arabs, particularly Egypt, that a good deal of their industrialization has taken place Soviet assistance move then is not certain but Soviet policy-makers have al- ways been adept at cutting (heir losses at the last minute and becoming reconciled to realities. Meanwhile, the Soviet Union is going to put up a most tenafious fight to retain its political and diplomatic ad- vantages in the Middle East by shifting its attention away from Egypt lo other Arab countries, U.S. an over-medicated society liv U1CIIAKD II. LYONS New York Times Service WASHINGTON The Food and Drug Administration has warned (hat Americans are tak- ing worthless, lamoccssary and scientifically, while many peo- ple plutc Vi JIM OOV1CL u'B ILJ> and tbat their industrial produc- j hi some cases potentially harm- mrii- lion will be absorbed by Mos- 1 ful amounts of patent CAMPAIGNING FOR HUBBY Mrs. Eleanor McGov- ern, wife of Senator George McGovern, colls for the elec- tion of the Democratic ticket to end Ihe Vietnam war and "retrieve our soul" in a speech in California to group of college students. rseli raids on Lebanon and Sy ria following the Munich kill- ings, the Soviet Press has been j jQ reiterating its support for the j Arabs and hostility to Israel. I Moreover, the Russians have openly declared that they arc providing "material" which really means weapons to the Palestinian resistance move- ment. In the joint communique issued at the end of Iraqui Pres- ident Hassan al Bakr's visit to Moscow last week both coun- on w cow in the coming years. The ernes and non-prescription rcm- too gullible toward drag advertising. Dr. Charles C. Edwards, commissioner of food and drugs, said the manufacturers arthrilis and ether dis- animous expert opinion that eases 'arc caused at least in j hypothetical 'cancer cure" was part by vitamin and mineral worthless. deficiencies. One-third of the public implicalion is I hat if they 1 cdies. break with the Soviet Union, 1 Among the over the count- 1 and distributors of over-lhc- L counter drugs "often steady 1 exaggerate their advertising claims. "The liiltlUlLl-UXS. i- One-third ol the public held i would take a remedy "fallacious concepts" a b o ut I against a doctor's advice, indi- (heir industries might lack of market suffer Indeed, the air of confidence I siinpled out for over- use a national survey of remedies Indeed, the air of confidence t Drugstore remedies were vit- shown by Moscow is something i supplements quite remarkable in Ihe face j ]axativc3. I tries reaffirmed their intention to render weight control, most common- i eating, along with other fac- Iv that there are special modi-1 tors, that many Americans c'incs that cause people to re- have a deep-seated distrust of diice the meuicnl profession. study amply demon-; of the public i Three Americans In eight strates the need lor stiller rcg-: holds the unsubstantiated be-1 that ads Jor health be allowed sraes e o ulation of the labeling and pro- j lief that a daily bowel move- 1 products must cor motion of non prescription rnent is essential lo health. One promoters "wouldn t of events in Cairo. Tire basis of this confidence is that in the end Washington will be un- able lo deliver the goods to the Arabs and when Arab hopes in this respect are finally shattered, they will have to "It is probable that there is an enormous waste of money, not to mention adverse health elects, from misguided mer experimentation with turn lo Moscow once again. The belief also re.na.ns strong moon o no rnen s essena drags and more meaningful American in eight feels that he I to say them" by such agencies education of the public toward has a serious ailment such as as the FDA and the FTC. the true worth of these prod- ucts." he raid hi commenting on the study. mer health the s t u d y extrapolations to the total pub-1 stated, j lie based on interview samples, 1 were the follow ing: quarters of the heart trouble and dialrete.'; that j The study suggested that 1 has not been diagnosed by a j health education in primary and doctor. schools should ex- nmong the study's findings; Fifty million adults the fallacy of do-it-your- and conclusions, which included not be convinced by almost un- self _____ addition, the agency cri- u of claims brsssi- s Political support" ,o the Paies- "HM1 S Enipir i e State Building j tinians. i The Russians are also hitting I out at some of the critics of the policy towarcVi the Arabs. The than g t anal..sls cialm President Nixon will make no 1 guidely swallow the ads promote them as well as the products themselves. I policy towarco tne ftraos. nui Irtfl'V lirmnt' [latest issue of weekly New move to placate the Arabs at lOJ.iy 110110 i !Timcs has lashcd mlt at of Israel before N'cw York Times Srrvicr Libyan leader, Colonel Muam- 1 i oi'K limes