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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, April 24, Japan, Russia push Siberia projects TOKYO (AP) Japan and the Soviet Union have taken the first step towards major international development of the vast resources of Siberia A protocol signed Monday the terms under which Moscow can receive more than billion in Japanese loans provided agreement can be reached on other details of the development projects The protocol might be a ma- jor breakthrough in the long negotiations on Siberian development, which gained impetus from last winter's world oil crisis Altogether the Soviet Union is asking foi more than billion in credits to buy equipment from Japan and the United States for five major projects. These involve oil from the Tyumen field in western Siberia, gas from the northern part of the Yakutsk republic, coal from southern Yakutsk and lumber and offshore oil exploration near Sakhalin island The Soviet Union want Japan "to make up its mind about the development deals by September so they can be worked into Moscow's next five-year plan beginning in 1976. Thus far the Japanese have been reluctant to make quick decisions and despite the new protocol, many details remain to be worked out The U S is being drawn into Siberian development talks because American companies are the only ones with the range of technological know- how needed to exploit oil and gas finds The lure for Japan is the prospect that if the Siberian projects develop by the early 1980s, fleets of tankers might carry oil and gas from Siberia to Japan and the U S The Japanese say U S participation would encourage the Soviets to live up to agree- ments They also hope U S presence will make the projects more acceptable to China, which would be antagonized by any boost to Soviet power in the Asian area The Chinese are vitally con- cerned in developments north of their contested border with the USSR, and the Soviets are asking help to build another strategically important trans-Siberian railway Children killed Two Canadian children and their West German driver were killed when a school bus collided with a truck near Rastatt, a Black Forest town. The Canadian Air Force identified the children as Shawn Lang, 6, son of Raymond Lang, a school- teacher from Valley View, Alta and Kimberly Chevrie, 6, daughter of Cpl L T Chevrie of Cornwall, Ont Seven other children were seriously injured in the col- lision Both fathers of the children were stationed at Baden-Soelmgen U.S. forecasts Canada trade will expand Take Off Fat With Home Recipe Plan It s simple how one mav lose pounds of fat right in vour own home Use this home recipe dietary plan It s eass no trouble at all and costs little lust yo to %our drufr store and ask for Naran Reducing Plan Pour liquid into a pint bottle and add enough srapelruit juice to fill the bottle Takt two tablespoons-ful twice a dav as needed and follow the Naran Reducing Plan If vour first purchase does not show you a simple easv to lost bulkv fat and help regain slender more graceful turves if roduc file pounds and inches of excess fat don t disappear Irom ne k thin arms hips abdomen and inkles just return the empty tar ton for vour money batk Follow this (aby way endorsed by man> who tried this plan lo help bring back alluring ;