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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Plan oil talks BRUSSELS Sheikh Ahmed Zaki Saudi Arabia's oil said Friday he has agreed to meet with a minister from the Dutch which has been subject to a total boycott Arab oil producers who conferred with Belgian ts due o meet Common Market of- icials Saturday He classified Belgium as a along with iVest Germany and Canada ie called Britain and Purkey and the Jnited States and the Netherlands He defined a as one which has aken action favor of the iti the Middle East either by furnishing hem with arms or by calling or the complete evacuation Israel of conquered erritorv The friendly ifamani are getting is much oil as they are accus- omed to the leutrals only as much as the Vrabs consider good for their economies Hostile are being boycotted CAN PUT A PERMANENT MARK ON YOU A Mark that Doesn't Wear Off Or Wash Off Or Simply Disappear Citizenship Court from Calgary will be in the COURT HOUSE in LETHBRIDGE DEC. 4th to p.m. Persons having business with the Citizenship Court may attend at that time. COURT OF CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP 335 8th Avenue S. W. 10th Floor Phone 262-7737 Department of the Secretary Contrast Whoever said dogs look like their masters ob- viously didn't get a look at this twosome during the Century Dog Show in Vancouver The dog is a saluki Tourist income higher OTTAWA Canada has increased its income from tourists so far this year by 13 7 per cent to nearly 2 but Canadians are spending even more abroad to give this country a deficit in travel spending abroad spent nearly 4 up 14 per cent from last for a defi- cit of million in inter- national said Statistics Canada in reporting figures for the first nine months of the year Canadian earnings comprised million from travellers from the United States and million from 904 000 visitors from all other it said travellers in the U S numbered while payments were the report said Canadians travelling to other countries totalled 000 and spent it said 'The travel account deficit of million was up from million last year In this an million surplus with the U S was more than offset by a million deficit with all other countries MAZDA PRICES UP HIROSHIMA Toyo Kogyo japan s tnird ma- jor auto has announced an average 6 8 per cent price increase fcr of its Mazda cars The third Japanese car producer to announce an across-the- board price said the price increases were due to sharply increased costs of materials and labor KELLY'S STEREO FAIR Everything You've Always Wanted To Know About FIRST TIME EVER IN LETHBRIDGE Dec. 1st to Dec. 15th Days a at the HOLIDAY VILLAGE door to the Holiday No. Maybe you just shrugged it off. Go to jail for ripping-off some small item in a you'd better listen to the irrefutable facts. Shoplifting is it's a crime punishable by law. It can end your future before it's begun. If you're a juvenile it could have the most heart-breaking conse- quences. A police record could keep you out of college or good employment. Is it worth THINK Before You It May Cost You More Than You're Willing to Published as a Public Service by The Lethbridge Herald In with I othhriHrua ;