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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 38 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, December 18, 1974 U.S. may have to back down on Mideast atomic plants offer New York Times Service WASHINGTON Reser- vations expressed by Israel are raising serious doubts in administration circles that the United States will be able to carry through with its offer to provide Egypt and Israel with large atomic power plants. Israel has communicated to the United States its dis- interest in receiving an atomic power plant from the United States at this time, state department officials said. The Israeli position was presented by Foreign Minister Yigal Allon during his dis- cussions here last week with Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. The official Israel explana- tion was that it was not prepared to make the relatively large commitment involved in building the atomic power plant. But on the basis of earlier discussions, state department officials suspect that the un- derlying reason was the Israeli reservation about plac- ing all of its atomic facilities including the Dimona reac- tor that is capable of produc- ing plutonium for weapons under international inspec- tion. In addition to stringent American safeguards, the United States had proposed that each nation agree to place the nuclear power plants and all future atomic facilities under inspection by the International Atomic Energy Agency. The Egyptian position was that since Egypt had no reac- tors capable of producing enough plutonium for weapons, it would be dis-. criminatory to place all her future plants under inter- national inspection while Israel retained an uninspected reactor able to make enough plutonium for a few atomic weapons a year. Israel was said to have made clear that it would raise no objections to the sale of an American atomic power plant to Egypt. With Israel out of the arrangement, however, state department officials are uncertain that Egypt would still want a reactor from the United States or that such a sale would be approved by Congress. Some administration of- ficials suspect that Israel's motive in withdrawing its interest was in effect to veto the sale of an American reac- tor to Egypt. Ever since the offer was first made by former presi- dent Nixon last June, the proposed sale of reactors to the two Middle East nations, and in particular to Egypt, has run into unexpectedly intense congressional criticism. This criticism could be expected to increase if it was no longer a parallel arrangement between the two nations but a sale only to Egypt. The next move, according to state department officials, is up to Egypt, which was in- formed of the Israeli position late last week. The Egyptians, who were reported by officials to have been "furious" at the Israeli reaction, must now decide whether they still want an American reactor. And, if so, whether they are willing to accept the inspection terms laid down by the United States. House mortgage subsidies limited OTTAWA (CP) A promis- ed new program to subsidize mortgages will be limited to first time buyers of newly built homes. A spokesman for Urban Af- fairs Minister Barney Danson said full details of the program, announced last week, will be available when the bill is presented to Parliament, probably Thur- sday. But the mortgage subsidies of up to a month will be available only to persons purchasing their first home after the bill becomes law. The home mortgaged must be a new one, a Danson aide said in an interview, elaborating on the minister's an- nouncement. The amount of the subsidy will depend on a wide range of factors such as the home buyer's income, the size of his family, and regional variations in the costs of land, construction and property tax- es. In low-cost regions, people with incomes between and would be eligible for the subsidies. But in higher cost areas, such as Toronto, families with in- comes as high as year could be eligible for the subsidies, he said. He said the figures were rough estimates. The idea is to keep monthly mortgage payments to between 22 and 25 per cent of a person's income, the spokesman said. The rent subsidies would be in the form of extensions to the previously-announced million limited-dividend hous- ing program. Under the program, an- nounced in September, the government, through Central Mortgage and Housing Cor- poration (CMHC) subsidizes the mortgage cost of multiple- unit rental housing to an effec- tive rate of eight per cent. In return, the developer agrees with CMHC to fix rent- als of the accommodations for 15 years. The spokesman said the new mortgage subsidy plan for home owners augments the million Assisted Home Ownership Plan which provides mortgage money to low-and middle- income home-buyers directly from government funds. "We cannot afford the capital that's in he said. He added that he expected the new plan would encourage the construction of to more houses in 1975. He said Mr. Danson was planning to speak with On- tario Housing Minister Donald Irvine on the new programs. Mr. Irvine said last Thursday he wanted to get a full ex- planation of the program. Mr. Irvine said he feared the federal plan would mean more money for landlords. The spokesman said the government expects to issue the first checks in January for its grant program for first-time home buyers The program is retroactive to Nov. 1. SUPERSTAR OK DURBAN, South Africa (AP) The record company Callo (Africa) Ltd., has won an appeal in supreme court against a government ban on the record Jesus Christ Super- star. The court ruled the words and music of the album are neither blasphemous nor insulting to the religious con- victions of any section of the population. I PRICES EFFECTIVE DEC. 19 to 21.1974 ALLEN'S AYLMER Turkeys Margarine Liquid Detergent Mushroom OCEAN SPRAY WHOLE OR JELLIED f% A Cranberry Sauce-oz Li I Apple Drink 48 fl. oz. tins___ BICK'S SWEET MIXED OR YUM YUM 32fl.oz.jar Bartiett Pears HEINZ COUNTRY GOOD Chicken Noodle 2 envp. pack NESCAFE 1411. oz. tins 9C Qc Instant Coffee LAWRY'S Seasoning Salt DELTA Rice-N-Easy NABOB DELUX Tea Bags AUNT JEMIMA Pancake Mix AYLMER RED Cherries PUREX WHITE Toilet Tissue 10oz. net wt. 3 oz. net wt. M O49 949 c Reg. or Buttermilk 3.5 Ib. net c c C Maraschino 16fl.oz. 09 Robin Hood, 20 Ib. bag POWDERED DETERGENT PILtSBURY BUTTERFLAKE Dinner Rolls 8 oz. netwt............... flMftUV 10' RED LEAF PAST. PHOC. Cheese All varieties, random weight OFFPERPKG. KRAFT Cheeze Whiz 1607. 1 09 WEST VALE Brussels Sprouts QQc 2 Ib. netwt.....................V V C MINUTE MAID Orange Juice Concentrated, 12 fl. oz. KELLOGG'S EGGO BACON Waffles I3oi. netwt. 55 59' CANADA NO. 1 CALIFORNIA Lettuce 3 JAPANESE Mandarins 49 Approx. 9 Ib. box OCEAN SPRAY Cranberries 11b. net wt. pkg........ CANADA NO. 1 Cauliflower Cello, each Mixed Nuts y Qo Tide PINK OF J-Cloths Towels EAGLE BRAND Condensed Milk 10lb. netwt PINK OR BLUE 12 Towels 14II.OZ. .1 489 89C PRIDE OF ARABIA Hams READY TO Vz's or SHAMROCK BACK Bacon Ib......... SLICE 1 29 Sausage Meats ib....................................U5J 89' Garlic Sausage Ib..................." MIHALIK'S TRY OUR MEATS Finest Quality Meats Cut to Your Requirements 642 13th Street North Phone 328-5742 FREE City On Ordara STORE HOURS: Monday, Tuaaday, Wadnaaday and Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thurtday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES! food s GREETINGS Greeted by daughter President Ford of the United States is embraced by his daughter Susan and then points to First lady Betty standing on a balcony at the White House after his return from talks with French president Valery Giscard d 'Estaing in Martinique. Payments deficit sinks OTTAWA (CP) Canada's payments deficit sank to a record million during the third quarter, largely reflecting a continuing deterioration in merchandise trade between Canada and other countries. Statistics Canada reported Monday the deficit is more than twice the million figure recorded for the second quarter of 1974. The increased deficit was almost entirely accounted for by the drop of more than million in the merchandise trade surplus to million at the end of the quarter. SURFCOTE anti-reflection lens coating The invisible anti-glare' coating for night driver's. Open till p.m. Monday to Saturday (Thursday till 9 p.m.) OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 308-7th ST S LETHBRIDGE Phone 327-3609 NOTICE! To Lethbridge Herald Advertisers: The Lethbridge Herald YEAR-END PICTURE PARADE Will be Published TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31st This popular once a year feature offers your firm the opportunity to intro- duce members of your sales staff to over Lethbridge Herald read- ers at a very reasonable cost. The Lethbridge Herald Photographers will be available to take pictures at your convenience and by appointment! For further information call the Display Advertising Department! Clip and Mail this Form or Telephone 328-4411 The Lethbridge Herald YEAR-END PICTURE PARADE P.O. Box 670, Lethbridge YES, we wish to be included in the Year-End Picture Parade Name Address Telephone We will be available for picture taking We will require........pictures to be taken Date...................... Time (Deadline for Picture Taking is December 23rd) ;