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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 1 Interpreting the News Oil may aggravate friction WASHINGTON -The oil shortage may aggravate rather than reduce tranutlan- tic raising fresh questions whether the United States and its major allies can work out a Atlantic With State secretary Henry Kissinger in China pursuing super-power the task of trying to patch up the sharp disagreements with Europe has fallen to two of his assistants. They are Walter assistant secretary of state for European and Helmut recently appointed treasury under- secretary after nearly five years as Kissinger's right- hand man on the National Security Council An American delegation led by the two men met Tuesday with NATO officials in Brussels and plan to see com- mon market emissaries in Copenhagen today. GAP CONFIRMED The state department has acknowledged publicly that there to use its eu- in the efforts of the United States and its especial- ly the to draft common declarations of prin- ciple covering economic and defence relations. officials concede that the differences are fundamental And they have been made more pointed by the unusually sharp dis- agreements which arose dur- ing the recent Arab-Israeli these officials say The United States was plain- ly furious that its allies let it stand alone on Israel's side and even barred assistance to American supply planes The US felt its NATO allies should have recognized a Soviet threat to European interests because of potential Soviet influence on Arab oil supplies. The Europeans believed they were ignored and even as Washington and Moscow manoeuvred over their heads for a mjd-East ceasefire While an Arab oil embargo would cause mere discomfort to the U.S it can bring industrial paralysis and social hardship to they said. CUTS PREMATURE One diplomatic observer here has suggested that the disagreement might not have been so sharp if the Arab oil states had waited another two or three years to cut off oil until U S dependence on mid-East oil had grown substantially. he Washington might have more readily un- derstood the European quan- dary. TYie resulting how- has only confirmed each' side in some of its previous opinions. When Kissinger first proposed discussions toward a Atlantic last the European reaction was cool' The Europeans par- ticularly resented Kissinger's suggestion that while the U.S. had the European interests were Kissinger is understood to leel now that his point has been proved by the mid-East war On the other the Eu- ropeans are said to be more determined than ever to resist any Atlantic declaration of principle that stresses such the un-scarecrow Sculptor Fred Kay puts finishing touches on the which will be featured in the Santa Glaus parade in Toronto Saturday. There will also be 16 marchers and Santa Claus who'll have a seat in his sleigh for the first time in 68 years the parade has thrilled children. TMI LITHMIDOf HINALD Poor morale claimed at prison CALGARY is 4 serious morale problem among the staff of the Calgary Correctional Institute because of departmental the Harradence Commission investigating alleged beating of prisoners in the Calgary prison was told Tuesday. Charles a senior prison said staff shor- tage is only one reason contributing to the poor morale. He said there are lot of officers booking off means some officers do double duty and work on their days off. Some good officers are getting to the point where they are booking too Mr Boughton said prison regulations are placing guards in a difficult situation FRESH PORK AND BEEF NABOB DELUXE BAGS NABOB LEMON PIE FILLING 60'B 8 Oz. Pkg. NESTLES Hot Chocolate 2 Lb. Pkg. 19 Nabob Whip Dessert TOPPING 4 Oz. Pkg. 0 CLUB HOUSE SALAD OLIVES 12 Fl. Oz. Jar POST CEREALS 15 oz. Alpha Bits 12 oz. Honeycomb COOKING Dolce Vita 128 Fl. Oz. Tin NESTLES QUIK Chocolate Drink 2 Lb. Pkg. NESTLES PUDDINGS Aeatd. 15 Oz. Tin CLUB HOUSE OLIVES Pimento Manzanilla 12 Fl. Oz. Jar ea. 00 YORK ORANGE JUICE Frozen Concentrate 12 Fl. Oz. Tin 0 YORK FRENCH FRIES Frozen Straight Cut 2 Lb. Pkg. YORK PISH 'N CHIPS Cod Frozen 20 Oz. Pkg. I GOOD FOOD COSTS LESS rmafit We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantttfee Effective Thru Nov. 17th 1973 Closing STORE LOCATIONS 2025 Matritfe 420r6ft Strut SNtk 324 Mtyir Mtfritl Drin Drin BWEJW With This Coupon You May Purchaaa One 5 Lb. Box Sunlioht For Only SAVE _ With This Coupon You May Purchase One 1 Lb. Pkg. NABOB COFFEE ForOrrty SAVE Nn. With This Coupon You May Purchasa One 20 Lb. Bag Fivaj FLOUR For Only SAVE laEEIEEei SkMI M fciTEeiKJI ;