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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta __________________________ Saturday, Otlober 21, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 11 Cairo, Moscoiv thawing deep-frozen relationship CAIRO Premier Aziz Sidky brought back from Moscow this week a Soviet promise to re; sume deliveries of spare parts and replacements for Soviet weapons now in Egypt inform- ed diplomatic sources say. But Egypt and the. Soviet Union are far from having re- stored the c 1 o s e alliance lhat existed before the ouster in July of an estimated Soviet military said. advisers, the sources The prevailing feeling here is that Sidky's two days of negoti- with Soviet leaders fail- ed to remove lingering resent- ments on both sides but that the two governments, wluch have not been on speaking terms for three months, have decided to resume a dialogue and to see where it will lake them. Egyptians appeared chiefly interested in the news that the Soviet leaders had accepted an invitation to come to Cairo. President Anwar El-Sadat proposed such a meeting when lie announced his request tor Hie withdrawal of the Soviet pilots, missile crews and advisers in July. He made it clear then For her safety and comforfj HARDUTE Lenses Only half the weight on her pretty little nose. Shatterproof for maximum protection. warranty against eye injury. Protective lenses are Law in some countries advisable everywhere] Available In all prescriptions. OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 30B-7th ST S LETHBHIOGE Phone 327-3609 Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions Pieicriplion Sunglaisei Magniflm Repairs Children'! Frames Reatanablft Pricei it lie expected the Soviet aclers to come to Cairo and ivild not go lo Moscow. By accepting his invitation at ast in principle, the Soviet adorsldp has agreed to holster idal's prestige at home and in e Arab world at a crucial me, diplomatic observers here cl. It is felt here that Sadat was ixious for the Sidky visit to public evidence that gypt is not standing alone yen alter the departure of the oviels and in spite of the fact iat her diplomatic offensive in ID w e s t has made no visible eadway during the past Ihrec montlis. The timing of a possible So- irtel visit and whether it would President Nikolai V. Pod- ny or Premier Aleksci N. [osygin who would come de- >ehds on how relations con- iuucd to develop informed dip- omatic sources said. The pos- ibility of a visit by Leonid I. Irezhnev, the party chief, is irlually excluded. To the Egyptian army com- mand headed by Gen. Mohamcd Ahmed Sadek it is ol paramount importance thai jidky should obtain assurances on continued deliveries of spare parts and replacements for Egypt's existing Soviet weap- onry informed d i p 1 o m a t ic sources said. In the view of the senior offi- cers who had played a key role in the mister of the Soviet military men the outcome of Sidky's Moscow negotiations therefore w a s "just the right mixture of distance and cool- headed co-operation." in the words of one diplomat. These officers it is felt re- main basically anti-Soviet and would have proposed a return to the relationship that existed before July. A permanent fall- ing out with Moscow on the oth- er hand would have been re- garded as disastrous by most Egyptians. Sidky was never under any illusion that his visit would sud- denly cause the Soviets to give Egypt the kind of effective of- fensive weapons lhat they have refused in the past, namely fighter bombers and ground to ground missiles, informed diplo- mats said. DANES CLAMP DOWN Dispatch ol llic London Times COPENHAGEN A police drive against live sex shows in nigiit chibs here is now nearly complete. As a direct outcome of the worldwide publicity given t Copenhagen's notorious s e shows, mosl recently in the re port on pornography compile by Britain's Earl of Longford police have been raiding club over the past few weeks. A sc nior officer here claimed (ha only two or three were not o crating live shows will] 30 or more when defence secretary says no Lor Civilian control of military dipping? By B1HCCI1KH New York Times Service WASHINGTON Secretary jongford and his party visitec tie city. A large proportion of the D nish population have been deep- y disturbed, he said, at the world image their capital city las acquired and the police ac- tion has received fairly general popular approval. Bookings for live shows are still publicly ad- vertised -however, in the Stro- ;et, the city's fashionable pe- .estrian shopping street and elsewhere. K. Selmer Krogh, a senior po- lice officer, said the proprie- tors of clubs that had been raid- ed faced court proceedings which could result in penalties of up to and the con- fiscation of assets of up (o of Defense Melviii R. Laird, in- sisting that the documented in- stances of unauthorized Iwmb- ng of North Vietnam did not represent a breakdown of civil- ian control ol the military, has outlined a scries of steps thai he said were aimed at "fur- ther strengthening" civilian au- thority. These moves, lie declared, should prevent a recurrence of a situation similar to the one in which Air Force Maj. Gen John D. Lavelle reportedly or- dered unauthorized raids in the North Vietnam during the pe- riod of November 1971 lo Apri 1972, False reports were filed on the c i r c u m s t a n c e s of the strikes, with some of them be- ing listed as "protective-reac- tion" strikes. {secretary, through the joint chiefs of staff; Existing army, navy, air orce and marine inspector generals will henceforth report o their civilian service secrc- .arics, in addition to their re- spective military chiefs; A second deputy secretary of defense, a post authorized by congress, will be directed to concentrate on maintaining op- erational control of forces in the field; The De- fense Investigative Service, a single agency centralizing the security investigative txxlies of each of the armed forces, will work under the direct orders of the defense secretary, rather than individual services; All echelons of command have been ordered to giva closer scrutiny to the "accuracy and completeness" of operation- al reports. 750. Apart from the concern felt at Copenhagen's earning an in- ternational reputation as a vice centre there has been some worry about other forms of criminal activity, including drug peddling, which the exis- tence of the clubs could bring in its train. The sate of erotic literature and the showing of sex films still remains within the law in Denmark but a number of prominent citizens expressed the opinion this week that most of the local population was now becoming bored with this form of entertainment after a period of initial curiosity. The general was subsequent- ly removed from his post, re- duced two grades, and retired. In an informal meeting with newsmen at the Pentagon, Laird released copies of a let- ter to Sen. John C. Stennis, D- Miss., whose Senate Armed Ser- vices Committee conducted ex- tensive hearings on the Lavelle case. Earlier, Stennis demand- ed to know how Laird intended to prevent a repetition of such conduct. The steps outlined by Laird were the following; Creation of a new group oi inspector generals in a unifiec command headquarters, such as the Pacific Command in Ha- waii, to conduct regular probes of operational procedures to in sur orders from Washington ore being scrupulously carried out The will report to the defense WITCH-DOCTOR HUNS ADS UMTATA, South Africa (Reu- tor) A witch-doctor's adver- tisement in a local newspaper offers ways of "returning bad spells to sender" and -inter- pretation of dreams for horse- race belting. Fall supper CAHMANGAY ed Church Women met ui th church basement with a gooc attendance. Plans were made to hold th annual fall supper Saturda evening, Nov. 4. Their next meeting mi held Oct. 20 to make plans lo this annual event. 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