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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Israel plans i war inquiry JERUSALEM The Israeli chief of staff announc- ed today an investigation into the conduct of the Oc- tober Middle East war. The government said it also plans an inquiry. The investigations appear destined to figure in the general elections scheduled for Dec. 31. A communique said the chief of Lt.-Gen. David has ordered an inquiry into the for the armed forces battle moves and doctrines of The government also is con- sidering a separate but parallel the communique said. The move follows charges from opposition leaders that Israel was caught off guard by the combined Arab assault that began the war Oct. 6. Some of the bitterest critics were political leaders retired generals who were called back to active duty when the war broke out. Peace meet site may be Geneva WASHINGTON Senior U-S state department officials said Monday they hope a formal peace conference between Egypt and Israel will open Dec. 9. They said a likely site for such a conference is Switzerland. Much depends on the amount of progress made dur- ing the opening days of the current ceasefire talks between Egyptian and Israeli officers meeting under United Nation auspices west of the Suez the officials said. Elazar and Defence Minister Moshe Dayan have lashed back angrily at these accusing them of breaking military discipline and possibly disobeying direct orders by granting interviews to foreign journalists. SHARON MAIN TARGET Most of the official reaction has been directed at Maj.- Gen. Ariel a popular war hero who led the Israeli force across the Suez canal in the first thrust of the Israeli counter-attack. Sharon had re- signed from the army only last June to join the opposition political bloc Likud. in a veiled reference to said in a statement is only natural that various sub- ject connected with the con- duct of the war should be dis- cussed publicly. Unfor- biased and one-sid- ed descriptions and interviews have been published which serve no constructive pur- but only personal even if this en- tails casing unfair aspersions on comrades in Sharon alleged in an inter- view with the New York Times on Friday that the Israeli high command was too slow in exploiting his breakthrough across the delaying up to 40 hours with reinforcements for his task force. Sharon charged that he could have wiped out the Egyptian 3rd com- pleting an Israel victory. In- sat for four days with nothing to he said. ended up with an unfin- undecided war. We could have taken more Sharon also has come under fire from other generals for driving too deep and top fast into Egyptian territory instead of fanning out and trapping the Egyptian forces on the east side of the canal. GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE WEDNESDAY SUNSET Letbbridge Today and Variable Chinook cloudiness. Winds W2S. Lows 20-25. Highs near 35. Medicine Calgary Variable cloudiness. Highs 3540. Winds W15. Lows near 15. Cloudy periods. Highs near 25. Kootenay region Today -and Cloudy with a few rainshowers except a few snowflurries in extreme northern areas. Highs today and 40 to 45 ex- cept mid thirties in north. Lows tonight 30 to 35 except near 25 in extreme north. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Widely scattered showers east portion this morning otherwise partly cloudy with occasional gusty winds and cooler today. Wednesday part- ly sunny east widely scattered snow showers mountains west portion. Highs today and Wednesday upper 40s and 50s. Lows tonight 25 to 35. West of Continental Divide Widely scattered rain or snow showers today increas- ing Wednesday. Highs both days 40s. Lows tonight 25 to 35. Lethbridge..... Pincher Creek Medicine Hat Grande Prairie. Edmonton Banff.......... Calgary........ Victoria Penticton...... Prince George Kamloops...... Vancouver Saskatoon Regina........ Winnipeg...... Toronto........ Ottawa........ Montreal St. John's...... Halifax........ Charlottetown Fredericton Chicago New York..... Miami......... Los Angeles Las Vegas Phoenix Honolulu....... Mexico City___ Athens Rome......... Paris.......... London Berlin Amsterdam Moscow Stockholm Tokyo H L Pres 46 37 46 37 47 26 .11 19 10 21 18 .26 39 33 34 22 .01 .96 .02 53 42 .21 50 44 .28 27 19 39 36 52 43 .13 30 25 .60 30 26 .43 30 24 .12 50 45 45 38 43 40 36 30 39 28 36 26 38 30 56 45 51 44 78 70 71 56 81 45 88 61 84 70 64 52 66 56 61 34 54 47 52 41 45 43 48 39 41 32 39 28 63 50 MISKIN SCRAPERS 4.8 Yards sr 7 Ytrti Ynr Wtol Tractor to Lovol Load or Dog-Outs GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Couttt Highway-Box 1202 32S-1141 Highway l reported bare and dry. Widening of one mile sec- tion of Highway No. 3 east of Fort Macleod is in progress. All remaining highways are in good driving condition. PORTS OF ENTRY and Closing Carway 9 a.m. to 6 Chief Mountain Coutts 24 Del Bonita 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Kingsgate 24 Porthill-Rykerts 8 a.m. to Wild Horse 8 a.m. to 5 RoosevilleBa.m. to midnight. Logan Pass closed. November II. 1tM-THI UnTHMIDOl HERALD-3 Diplomats recall wanted by union TORONTO union militants called for' recall of Andrew Canada's ambassador to as the annual conven- tion of the member Ontario Federation of Labor began here Monday. George leader of the United Electrical said during discussion of a resolution calling for restora- tion of fundamental rights in Chile that Mr. Ross with the stench of Mr. Ross recommended to the Canadian government that it recognize the military junta which overthrew the Marxist regime of Salvador Allende soon after the September coup. in the South American country. Canadian recognition followed quickly after the overthrow. Mr. Harris said the case of Chile was a example of how the people are unable to stem the drive of coup would not have taken place were it not for the machinations of the multina- tional corporations and the United States The union leader told about 970 delegates that they should demand that the government remove Mr. Ross from Chile and ban him from any govern- ment post. Although delegates approv- ed the call' ed for Canada to press Chile for restoration of an elected a list of political and a stop to alleg- ed murder and abuse of motion was referred back to the executive for study. Starts sea trials Supertanker USS Brooklyn passes underneath the Brooklyn Bridge with the shoreline of Brooklyn seen in the background as the ship headed out to sea at the weekend for its sea trials. Escorted by the ship passed under the bridge with little room to spare. Queen asked to update peerage rank decline By PETER EBERT LONDON The British peerage is in and the foremost nobility- watcher wants Queen Elizabeth to do something about it. Fifty titles have been wiped out in the last 10 reduc- ing the ranks of the peerage to 962. The toll includes two Windsor and a five earldoms and 10 viscountcies. the first time a closed caste has been created. With no new the hereditary elements of the peerage are Venezuela unable to help nations in oil shortage New York Times.Service Venezuela- the second largest foreign supplier of oil and petroleum products to the United States and the largest to can do nothing to help the United States and other energy-consuming nations out of the supply dif- ficulties brought Arab production cutbacks and em- bargoes. And there are some indications that even if the Venezuelans could they wouldn't. In there have been some calls here for production cutbacks rather than increases. Dr. Juan Pablo Perez a former minister of mines and said recently that Venezuelan production should be cut in half as soon as the emergency situation brought on by the middle eastern conflict is cleared up. This argument is that recent sharp advances in oil prices may have given Venezuela more money than she can properly use without con- siderable planning. Perez Alfonso contends that even if Venezuelan production were halved it would still produce as much revenue as an- ticipated by the government before prices started to soar. President Rafael Caldera sharply challenges this drastic reduction of Venezuelan supplies of petroleum to its natural markets would not be justifiable in times of emergency. It would amount to exposing families to more many factories will have to be shut down and other ac- tivities The Venezuelan economy has been highly sensitive to fluctuations in petroleum out- put and since the oil industry provides two-thirds of government revenue and 91 per cent of export earnings. It also accounts for almost one- fourth of all economic ac- as measured by contribution to gross national product. Until Venezuela was the world's largest exporter of oil. She has now been surpass- ed by Saudi Arabia and Iran. The country produces 3.4 million barrels a almost half of which goes to the United States. Both government and in- dustry sources here indicate that this is the maximum possible output. It is below the record output of 3.7 million barrels a day reached in but the Venezuelan industry is a mature one and its reserves have slipped in recent years to 13.9 billion barrels now from 17.4 billion in 1960 and the depletion is continuous at a rate of about 1.2 billion barrels a year. is absolutely no possibility that Venezuela can increase ac- cording to Hugo Percy La Venezuela's minister of and hydrocarbons. are at our practical production limits Suggestions that Venezuela may have more to contribute to the world energy supply situation are bsed on high hopes for new exploration particularly the Orinoco tar belt in the southeastern part of the country. Potential reserves of 700 billion barrels of oil have been projected for that or more than all the proved reserves of conventional sources of oil in the world. Some analysts and politicians in the United States have suggested that the Orinoco is the solution to all present and future world energy supply problems. In this concept is laughed at. Experts here point out that the 700 billion barrel estimate is a very rough one and emphasize that what has been found is very heavy oil costly and time- consuming to produce. Gustavo a geologist for the shell the second-largest producer in will be very lucky if even 10 per cent of this oil is ever gradually writes Patrick Montague- editor of the definitive guide to the British titled classes. in an in- troductory editorial in the 1973-74 notes that the decline is due to the reluc- tance of prime largely for political to recommend persons to the Queen for hereditary honors. LAST ONE IN '65 The last hereditary peerage created was in Conservative politician John Morrison became Viscount Margadale. By more than 200 life have been created since the system was introduced in 1958 to re- juvenate the political life of the House of Lords. The hereditary system has also suffered by the decisions of several members of the House of Commons. Foreign Secretary Sir Alec Douglas- Home was once the Earl of 14th in the line of one of Scotland's most noble families. lamenting the decline of the hereditary suggests that Queen Elizabeth should step in to halt the trend. He says she create a very limited number of non- political peerages for our most distinguished citizens without reference to the prime minister. The hereditary principle would then be seen to continue in the as it does in the mon- NOT ROYAL THINKING Montague-Smith's proposal is not expected to find favor in royal and the number of peers will probably continue to decline. An indication of current U royal thinking came last week Jl with the statement by Buckingham Palace that Capt. Mark Phillips is unlikely 3 would probably not be offered to be elevated to the peerage on his marriage to Princess Bi Anne. 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