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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Japan offers cash aid for minerals TORONTO (CP) Japan is prepared to supply financial, technological and marketing aid if necessary to help develop Canadian mineral resources, says the executive director of Japan's International Resources Development Institute. In an address this week to a symposium on disappearing resources, Dr Chiko Nishiwaki mentioned the Alberta oil sands, Eastern Canadian underground coal fields and uranium mining Japan, with little or no mineral resources of its own, has been hard hit by the energy shortage Dr Nishiwaki said his country is "quite aware" of federal pressure to promote processing of raw materials within Canada but suggested that Japan could become a partner in the semi- processing of raw materials Japan could contribute to the development of the oil sands and Eastern Canada coal deposits, he said, the latter in return for a guarantee of maintained low inland-transportation costs Dr Nishiwaki also suggested that although Japanese uranium purchases have been "very limited" during the last three years, it now is considering the resource as an alternative power source Abderrahman Khene, secretary-general of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries offered no prospects for lower oil prices and said the difficulties of higher prices "are of a purely technical nature He said the capitalist system has led to waste, and a lower price for oil "would serve no purpose except to encourage wasteful uses and postpone the development of new sources of energy." Mr Khene said Arab countries are paying back industrialized countries for their nationalism "Why should developing nations, give priority to something else than their national interest'" NOMA EXPANDS PLANT TORONTO (CP) Noma Industries Ltd. announced Monday it will spend about on expansion of its Cable- Tech Wire division in Stauffville, Ont. The plant manufactures a line of flexible copper wire prod- ucts The best to you from Palm. Cottage Cheese. PRLM 'PALM DAIRIES LIMITED Wednesday, March LITHBRIDOE HERALD-19 Golden Hind replica sets sail A full-scale replica of Sir Francis Drake's ship, the Golden Hind, is shown in Dartmouth, England Tuesday as it set sail for London where it will be on display until September. The ship, built for American owners at a cost of over million, is due to sail in October for her permanent berth m San Francisco. WELCH MAPE JAM or JELLY CANADIAN SLICES CRACKER BARREL SPRAY DEODORANT 79' Mild Sticks MARGARINE Ultra Ban. Reg. oruracentedSoz. Md WHOLE WINDOW SPRAY MUSTARD CAKE MIXES FOODS HASH BROWNS Duncan Nines Deluxe II, 18% oz. SHREDDIES 69' PUDDINGS FISH CAKES GINGER ALE ORANGE JUICE PORK SAUSAGE PORK CHOPS SPARERIBS PORKCHOPPETTES VEAL CHOFfETTES Ib. Currie 1516-9th Aw. S. Optn daily 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Phont 327-2044 B.C. lady wins race sweepstake By THE CANADIAN PRESS A Vancouver Island woman was one of four Canadians holding tickets on the winner of Irish Sweepstakes Lincoln Handicap at Doncaster, England, Saturday. Mrs. Fern Brown of Crofton, B C., about 30 miles north of Victoria, won for her ticket on longshot Quizair. She said she had bought other sweepstake tickets before, but her mother bought her the winner. She used the nom de plume Rubber Dolly. Mrs. Brown said she had no definite plans for the money, hut said there were some things that needed to be done around the house. Mr. Brown, a mechanic, went to work as usual Saturday Mrs. Sheila Groves of Campbell River, also on Vancouver Island, won with her ticket on second- place Somersway Mrs. G. M. Doorman of Maple Ridge, B. C., in the Fraser Valley, and Steve Chronopoulos of Norht Vancouver, each won with their tickets on third- place Amak Malaysia. School board ombudsman proposed WINNIPEG (CP) Dr. Ernie Hodgson of the University of Alberta told the Western Conference of School Trustees Convention that school board should have an ombudsman to examine the wavs in which teachers and administrators are doing their jobs "Too much of trustees' time is wasted answering questions from the public." he said. Drivers accept raise CALGARY r Westcan Bulk Transport Ltd have accepted a 20-per-cent pav raise giving them parity with two other Calgary transport companies, a Westcan spokesman said, Monday About 40 drivers at Westcan stopped work Thursday in a dispute over wage demands which included a an hour raise and an increase on allowance lo Jbcir -e rates 0} S3 25 an bcwr and t' 2 mils a mile X fl Libby's Pizza-Getti A combination of two traditional kid's favourites The tangy tomato flavour of pizza. Plus fun-to- eat spaghetti We're so proud of this new product, we decided to have two special offers. A Bic Banana offer for the kids. And a seven cents saving for you' SAVE ON PizzoGettj Upon t1 coupon by yrar ffitmt 1hr ourctnw rt thf ewfltitl wifl piy ycm 7c jtlvt, 3c lor Aoplt tor reSfrnpHen cm jmy otfurt tin Hn prrupvi TO sjyj- corrf m Ctwpcms will not tionouret tne will 1 Throopi tit to pwwpnt tooptmt foi }o Torpfllo 1 Ontario ;