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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Alters Arab attitudes LETHBRIDGE War changes political scene CURRIE'S FINE FOODS EATS Fresh Produce OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK a.m. to p.m. 15169thAve. S. BETWEEN THE TWO HOSPITALS No pet shortage Residents of a federally-subsidized housing project in Maple are angered by a hous- ing official's demand that they either get rid of their pets or 'end up in the streets.' The demand came after one house became the home of 11 dogs and another had 18 pet chickens. Keep Christ in Christmas Inierted by Knights ol Columbus By HENRY TANNER New York Times Service CAIRO The October war has changed the military and political landscape of the Mid- dle East. Some of the most important in the Egyptian occurred in the relations among Arab nations and among Arab leaders. SOLIDARITY There is greater solidarity than ever before in the Arab as evidenced at the meeting of chiefs of state near Algiers. Arab who have been working here to give new shape to inter-Arab relations prefer the word to the more am- bitious or even used by politicians and editorial writers. Among the principal changes. King Faisal of Saudi the exponent of traditionalism in the Arab who until this fall had been regarded as an uncon- unfaltering ally of the United has shed his aloofness and is taking the lead in Arab militancy against Israel and- her backers. The owner of perhaps a quarter of the world's proven oil he is not only using the oil weapon but insists on using it to the greatest possi- ble extent. Two months ago it would not have been thought possible that president Houari the Algerian and the front-line whose press had been clamoring for the use of the oil would now have to counsel modera- tion on the as Arab newspapers have reported from the Algiers summit conference. Faisal's direct involvement in the Arab-Israeli conflict is of paramount it is felt because it destroyed one of the main pillars of American policy in the middle east the assump- tion that the oil nations of the Persian Gulf could be kept out of the conflict indefinitely. Another major change is represented by the known for years for revolutionary radicalism in Arab who have decid- ed to give their perhaps to an Arab policy that includes a peace conference at which Israel and the states in confrontation with her will be sitting at the table. What this means may be gauged from the fact that through the years the Algerians have refused to accept the United Nations Security Council's resolution IN SOLID STERLING SILVER The Franklin Mint Canada Ltd. presents the largest and most impressive ingot collection it has ever issued. Subscription Rolls Close December 1973. One Set per Collector. TTn the Spring of an Austrian inventor named Siegfried Marcus drove the first successful motor car through the streets of Vienna. Onlookers were and even frightened. But they would have been even more astonished had they been able to look into the future and see how the automobile has changed the world. Now we are approaching the centennial of the automobile. To commemorate this signifi- cant The Franklin Mint Canada Ltd. will produce and issue a limited edition collection of 100 solid sterling silver ingots faithfully portraying ihe 100 greatest cars of the first hundred years. GREAT CARS-CHOSEN BY THE EXPERTS The cars to be honored have been chosen especially for this collection by a distin- guished International Board of all of whom are recognized authorities on the world's great cars. Their selections make The Centennial Car Ingot Collection a definitive heirloom collection of great authenticity and value. For they have considered all the criteria of and their choices include cars of every type and era. The collection will feature the most im- portant and impressive cars of the from the pioneering Daimler and through Henry Ford's and the classic Rolls-Royce to the great Jaguar and the Mercedes- Benz with its Wankel engine. GRAINS OF STERLING SILVER The Centennial Car Ingot Collection will consist of 100 each weighing at least 1000 grains. The complete collection wiil thus contain one hundred thousand grains of sterling silver. The face of every ingot will bear a faithful portrait of one of the great on the reverse will be an explanation of its impor- tance. each ingot will have an unusually large surface x to accommodate the beautiful sculptured image. The technical plus a depth of dimension that spotlights each car design in bold relief against the shining silver background of the ingot. The tiny details that distinguish one historic car from all others are depicted with precision and accuracy. You can actually count the spokes on the wheels. A CUSTOM-BUILT COLLECTOR'S CHEST To house this magnificent ingot a custom-built Collector's Chest will be sent to each subscriber at no charge. The strapping across the top of this chest recalls the hood straps of vintage cars. Its interior finish is reminiscent of leather upholstered seats. The top and front panels can be opened four ingot trays which can be removed from the chest to make individual wall mountings. And the subscriber's name will be engraved on a solid brass nameplatc to certify that he is the owner of this historic collection. Two ingots will be issued by The Franklin Mint Canada Ltd. each month for 50 beginning in January 1974. The issue price will be per per month. though the complete collection will contain grains of solid sterling this issue price will be guaranteed for the length of the matter how high the market price of silver may rise. SUBSCRIPTION DECEMBER 1973 The Centennial Car Ingot Collection is a unique and authoritative commemoration of one hundred years of fascinating history. The collector who loves beauty in silver the individual intrigued by the great achieve- ments of mankind the devoted and knowledgeable car buff will take great pride in owning and displaying this magnifi- cent collection. Those who wish to acquire these superb ingots must enter their subscriptions by December 1973. The Franklin Mint Canada Ltd. must decline and return all applications postmarked after that date. SUBSCRIPTION APPLICATION Ine Centennial Ingot The Franklin Mint Canada Ud. 70 Galaxy Blvd. Ontario M9W 4Y7 Please enter my subscription for The Centennial Car Ingot consisting of 100 solid ster- ling silver ingots to be issued at the rate of two ingots each month. I understand that these ingots will be minted ex- pressly for my account at the guaranteed price of per ingot and I agree to pay for each pair of ingots promptly upon being billed on a monthly prepayment basis. My remittance of to cover the cost of the first two is enclosed. 10 smi Quebec readmit add provincial soles lax lOnl. Que Valid only if postmarked by December 15. 1973 One set per subscriber Mr. Miss. Address. City. Province Signature. 242 of because by urging that every state in the region be allowed to live independently in secure it implies recognition of the state of Israel. SHOW WILLINGNESS the who rejected the resolution until this fall for the same have declared their willingness to go to the peace which is expected to begin in Geneva on Dec. 18. Still another development unthinkable before the Oc- tober war is the spectacle of Sheik Ahmed Zaki AI-Yamani and Belaid the petroleum ministers of Conservative Saudi Arabia and radical Algeria one a harvard-educated sheik and the other the archetype of the successful manager in a state- controlled economy calling on French and British leaders together and holding joint news conferences in Paris and London. Even southern another radical among the Arabs and another long-time objector to resolution seems to be moving with the general trend. No admirers of what is considered the regime of Presi- dent Anwar the southern Yemeni leaders non- etheless played an important if discreet role in the October war by collaborating with Egypt in closing the Strait of Bab El at the southern end of the Red to Israeli ships. The narrow Wheat price report irks minister Recent published statements that the price of wheat could reach a bushel have raised the ire of Dr. Glen Alberta deputy agriculture minister. Dr. Purnell said the which quoted marketing agen- cies in both Canada and the United tend to be Speaking at the annual meeting of the Alberta Wheat Dr. Purnell said such reports could mislead farmers into making decisions detrimental to the industry and to the economy as a whole. He said wheat prices probably will remain strong during the next year or so but barring any unforeseen vagaries of nature in wheat producing there should be sufficient supplies to main- tain prices at the present to a bushel level. is only a. very out- side chance of a bushel passage is dominated by a Meneni Island. The most divisive of the differences remaining between Arab countries in- volves the Palestinians and their role at the peace conference. One plan was that they would attend at a later stage leaving Jordan free to participate at the opening. During the preliminary foreign ministers' meeting in Jordan was criticized publicly for the first time by Egypt and Syria for limiting her role in the war to a contingent fighting on the Syrian front. moderate Arab governments are said to be under strong pressure from the and perhaps the Soviet to sacrifice Hus- sein to the Palestinians. IAUND PARKS LAUND DE P IY DRY CLEAN 2634 South Parkslde Drive 12INGLIS WASHERS Plus 25 Ib. WASHER 6INGLIS DRYERS JZ QUALITY DRY CLEANING by the load cartoon collection. THE BEST OF WICKS has just been published and is available to the readers of this newspaper. 190 cartoons by one of the most widely read political cartoonists in the world. 'I'm not surprised he looks like that with today's prices THE BEST OF WICKS Now a selection of the great mini- cartoonists work has been put together in book form. 190 of the best cartoons are now available to the readers of this paper for just The ideal gift for those who appreciate wit and humor. MAIL THE BEST OF WICKS I The Lcthbridge Herald Please send me...... BOX 345 STATION A copies of Best of Wicks ONT. M5V 1J4 Enclosed or money or- I Name........ Address...... Apt. No....... City and Code I ;