Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
Saturday, September I, 197} THE lETHBRlDGE HERALD 3 Sadat credited with major oil dealings New York Times Service CAIRO President Anwar El-Sadat is being credited by diplomats here with two major successes in the span of a few days in his campaign to harness Arab oil and financial resources the common Arab cause. In secret talks last Thursday in Jidda, Saudi Arabia, the Egyptian president entered into a new alliance with King Fai- sal, the exponent of Arab con- servatism and the biggest oil producer in the Mid-east. Wednesday, in the little Nile dslta village of Meet Abul Kom, where he was born, he per- suaded Col. Muammaf El-Qad- dafi, the leader of Libya, to drop his demands for an imme- late full merger of the two countries and accept Egypt's gradual approach instead. This gives Sadat the support I of the two most important fi- gures in the Arab oil world. gives a sharp ideological edge, sets in seeking to ha-ness Arab to Arab oil politics and is ex- pacted to have a radicalizing in- oil wealth for political pur- poses, diplomats here say, is While no details of the talks in Jidda have been revealed, informed Arab sources now take it lor granted that before the year is out Saudi Arabia will place limitations on any increases in her oil production, as Libya and Kuwait have al- ready done. Other Arab oil producers, npt- ably Abu Dhabi and Buhrain, are expected to follow suit. Their approach to the problem is couched in economic terms, and little about politics is liksly to be said. Qaddafrs approach to the oil companies, by contrast, has been unashamedly political. He vv uipiviAuiia iJrciv 13 j lluence on the other rulers. that for the first time the econo- One of Sadat's greatest interests of the Arab oil- producing countries are In mony with the political inter- ests of Egypt and the other "front-line" states bordering on Israel. LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 lower Floor 517 4th S. Phons 327-1541 Former Chinese vice-premiers back in fold THANK YOU To our many friends and customers we would like io say "thank you for ycur patronage." Our lease has expired ond we find it un- economical to continue in our present loca- tion. We are negotiating for a new place and hope that we may be able to serva you again. LEE and YEE GREEN GROCER COLLEGE MALL, LETHBRIDGE OF CALGARY SENATE SUBMISSIONS The Senate of The University of Calgary will hold its regular Autumn meeting on October 5, 1973. It is the duty of the Senate to inquire into any matter that might tend to enhance the usefulness of the University. Individuals or groups are invited to make writ- ten submissions, 'these will be studied by ap- propriate Senate committees prior to the meet- ing. Persons may appear before the Senate in sup- port of their submissions by invitation. Direct all correspondence, not later than September 14 to: Mrs. R. P. Fraser, Chairman, External Relations Committee, Senate, The University of Calgary, 1120 Prospect Avenue, Calgary, Alberts. By JOHN BURN'S Special io The Herald PEKING The reconstruct. tion of Premier Chou En-lai's j old managerial team has been carried an important step fur- Iher by the reappearance of two former ol them a top agricultural special- ist who fell into disgrace during the cultural revolution. The emergence of the two men. Tan Chen-Jin and Ulanfu. has brought to six the number of former vica-premiers who have been rehabilitated after; coming under" attack during the upheaval in China in ths late IJHiOs. The return of the two men to favor revealed in a report; by the official Hsinbua news agency that appeared in yester-; d ay's Pcopk's Daily. recorded their presence among j ths spectators at.the Asian, Af-! rican and Latin American table: tennis tournament that was held i in the Chinese capital last weekend. The report gave no indication of the status of the two men in j thft b'.ir'.-.-.ucracy, but observers noted that all other former vice- i premiers who have been rcha-1 bilitatcd have returned to their j original rank as deputies to the prcmsr. Tan, 70. disappeared from public view in the summer of 1967, alter thousands of Red Guards had taken to the streets of Peking to denounce him as a counter-revolutionary and de- mand his removal as bead of the agriculture and forestry ministry. Ulanfu. 67. was removed as the party boss in Inner Mongo- lia a few weeks earlier after he had ordered troops to suppress Red Guards who had occupied government buildings in Huhe- hot, the regional capital. to give So precious to scive! RED CROSS Blood Dottors CIVIC SPORTS CENTRE Gym No. 1 Tues., Sept. p.m. Wed., Sept. to 3 and 6-9 p.m. Thurs., Sept. a.m. and 6-9 p.m. QUOTA 900 PINTS FREE BABY SITTING SERVICE FREE TRANSPORTATION IF REQUIRED 75th Donation scroll will be presented to BRIAN ILLINGWORTH 50lh Donations scrolls to P. FAST and D. R. THURLOW. Donation scrolls and Donation Pins will also be presented to local donors. Bird lover Three 'baby birds have Come over on the Mayflower! It's found a friend in Sandra I softer! It's safer! We'll give your Mastella, 6, of Bramalea, Ont., who, along with neighborhood children, is taking care of the orphans. 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