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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Energy shortage felt The Mideast oil squeeze has caused truck and bus drivers in Thai- to have to line up for hours for containers to get djesel fuel to carry to their vehicles. Many Asian nations have already instituted programs for cutting back energy consumption. 'Loyalty tour' planned VIENNA Arab oil ministers are completing plans for a tour to assess which European countries are sufficiently to be exempted from the oil boycott Sheikh Ahmed Zaki Saudi Arabia's petroleum and Belaid Algerian industry and energy were named by Arab governments recently for the SEE THE LENS THAT DARKENS IN THE SUNLIGHT 'OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. tour Both ministers were in Vienna today for a ministerial conference of the 12-country Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries Sheikh Yamani's secretary said the ministers are likely lo set out on their tour this but their precise schedule of visits is still being considered Countries disqualified by Arab governments will be sub- ject to tive-per-cent reduc- tions each month. All members of the Euro- pean Common Market apart from the Netherlands have been granted exemption from cuts during December. Sheikh driving force behind the Arab said Monday countries would be exempt if assist the Arab nations in a very signifi- JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE All Uniforms White and colored OFF s A L 1EI One Special 'Rack OFF 73 Styles OFF IMtoms for NWTMS Bmtitiiu DNtere Wiiimus JEN'S UNIFORM CENTRE 504 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-3631 cant manner and force the Israelis to leave the occupied Arab territories BREAK RELATIONS In the case of Sheikh Yamani indicated this would require a break of diplomatic relations with Israel But when questioned today Yamani modified his state- ment and said Japan should some sanctions against the which could include diplomatic relations In his remarks Monday Yamani had noted that Japan is forbidden by its constitution to engage in military ac- can- not assist us so the second thing to do is to cut relations Apart from the Arab oil boy- the OPEC which started has been dominated by a discus- sion over prices following ac- tion taken by the six Persian Gulf members last month to increase posted crude oil prices by an estimated 75 per cent Oil provoked a meeting today of European Common Market foreign ministers in Copenhagen to review the im- pact of the Middle East peace declaration they issued two weeks ago The delicacy of the diplomatic situation also influenced a meeting in Paris today of energy experts from 24 of the world's richest non- Communist countries belong- ing to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development THE SALE GOES AT UTHBRIDQi AUIRTA November 22nd 23rd 24th Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday WARNER BROS. ELEKTRA ATLANTIC RECORD SALE 1 OFF All W.E.A. V Wi 525 cummin. 7.M IS 50 .............U All W.E.A. S.M Featuring new by Allman Brothers. Jethros Dooble Alice Deep jfjd many more. ftl.41 All Othar Labels Savings C7R CMKTTES ITMCK TAPES 575 y to TAPES Drives nearing goals By THE CANADIAN PRESS United Way and other com- munity charitable fund drives across Canada are approaching W per cent of their William J. director of the Com- munity Funds and Councils of said Tuesday. Some have closed short of their targets while others are being extended but Mr. Wilding said in an interview from Montreal that he is con- fident Canadian appeals will come close to the national goal of million. very confident of raising 5 million new dollars this year over and above 5 million we got last year Among major four campaigns have closed and of these was the only centre to top its target. Mr 'Wilding pointed to Windsor as a model for the rest of Canada for increasing public participation in its campaign by 40 per cent over the last three years to reach its target of this year. Toronto missed its target of by 4.7 per cent after the campaign was ex- tended one week. Hamilton closed its cm-' paignNov 6 with in the kitty. Post-campaign donations have raised the figure to or 94 per cent of the target and chairman Gord Bowlby hasn't given up on reaching the goal for the first time in five years Victoria's 50-day campaign for closed officially with or 96 per cent of the goal received in summer grants after our goal was set last spring that reduc- ed our need to so we really have a surplus this says campaign chairman Murray Glazier. campaign had the earliest closing on re- versing a four-year downward trend Last year's 100-day cam- paign netted or 87 per cent of goal Winnipeg has reached more than 90 per cent of its 000 goal and the campaign was extended 11 'days to Tuesday. In the cam- paign doesn't end until Nov. 30 but spokesmen are hopeful of reaching the goal be- cause contributions are runn- ing ahead of 1972 Calgary's campaign for million had reached 75 per cent of its goal by Friday and United Fund officials say the drive started a week later than last year but contributions are about the indicating some gains. Edmonton has reached 98 per cent of its goal and Mr. Wilding said final mop-up operations should put it over the top Vancouver's campaign for million was to end today And the end of last about 64 per cent of the figure had been achieved and contributions were running slightly behind 1972 on a percentage basis although ac- tual dollar income was more. Marathon trial ends at coast VANCOUVER Canada's longest civil the million breach of contract lawsuit brought by Peace River Power Construc- tors against British Columbia ended here with the calling of final evidence for the defence. Mr. Justice James who has heard 396 days of adjourn- ed the case to Jan. 7 More than some of them containing several volumes of were in the case which began Sept. 1970. Both plaintiffs and defen- dants are to submit written the plaintiffs by Jan. 7 and the defendant by Feb 7 It took lawyers for 'the construction firms 287 trial days and 64 witnesses to pre- sent their claim for the million. They allege mismanage- ment of the contract by B C. Hydro caused them to lay out extra money for men and equipment to complete the massive project on schedule. The firms are Northern Construction J. W. Stewart Ltd Morrison Knudsen Co. of Canada Perim Pacific and J. A. Jones Construction Ltd at the could be expected late in 1974. Open and Fit Until t p.m. STEREO PHOTO STRUT tOUTN PENTAX I TMi Ttandq. FrMq iri SMwfey NMMkw 22. 24 Mr. lob Eouthqr of MeOlMMft SUM el man. rap. for Auhl PMIU wll to In our Men DEMONSTRATING THE PENTAX SYSTEM During this time ANGLO STEREO AND PHOTO will be featuring this special on the following PENTAX PENTAX Spotmatic II Camera with fl.8 comet with case PENTAX 135 F3.5 tele torn PENTAX 35 F3.5 wide angle lent PENTAX traveller caw FIESTA STRAP 36 EXPOSURE SLIDE FILM HOYA SKYLIGHT FILTER TOTAL VALUE SUM.LM 352.50 132.50 115.50 25.00 5.JO 5.95 7.QQ 643.45 265.00 100.OO 90.OO 20.0O 3.50 4.05 5.95 489.00 Our Extra Special Price 459 Save Off Our Regular Low Price Thurs. and Fri. until 9 419-5TH STREET SOUTH PHOTO PHONE 328-6661 B Movie Camera and Projector I Purchase a Sankyo S8 Movie Camera with a Sankyo Movie Projector get FREE with this purchase a projector case and a movie titling set. Mr. Bob of McQuaon't Satoa of Van- nip for Sankyo will bo hi our Storo thto Friday and Saturday to demon- strate thoaa Sankyo Movto outfits. Sampta MF 404 Camera Dualux 1000 Projector PROJECTOR CASE TITLING SET Total Value SUQO.LIST OUR PRICE 214.00 170.OO 166.00 130.OO 20.00 16.00 s.2s 4.SO 437.25 32O.50 Sm 20.50 off our regular low prlca Our Special Price only ;