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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 32-THE LCTHMIDOe HIRALD Nevemoer More gay on land and resources Natives seek voice in affairs New pollution device tested Keating Channel in front of the Toronto Harbor Commission offices was the site of an oil spill. Two barrels of diesel fuel were pumped into the channel to test the effectiveness of a 000 oil pollution removal device by its West German manufacturer. Toronto's present method of cleaning oil spills with a boom and a pumper unit was m but all new systems are being investi- gated. European foreign ministers Plan oil shortage talks THE ASSOCIATED PRESS U.S. State Secretary Henry Kissinger may meet with West European foreign ministers early next month to discuss united action that can be taken on the Middle East situation and the oil shortage. Modern theatres opened in Wales There has been no evidence what action he and the minis- ters might take in response to production cuts and embargos by Arab oil but the subject of economic sanctions has been raised. Saudi Arabia to negotiate for direct oil Philip- pine Oil Industries Com- missioner Ponciano A G. Mathay said. Mathay said he understood that President Ferdinand E. Marcos's planned to travel to an oil-producing state COPENHAGEN The Eskimos and Lapps of the entire Arctic region outside the Soviet Union sat down together today to demonstrate unity in ef- forts to gain a bigger say over their own resources and affairs. Opening a four-day Arctic people's James president of Can- ada's Indian Brotherhood of the Northwest told 30 delegates from Finland and Den- mark that time has come for landlords of the Arctic to join forces and decide how to handle Wah-shee warned that the worldwide energy crisis has added to the urgency of con- sultations among the natives of the Arctic region. THREAT POSED sudden scramble for new resources poses a clear threat to our he said. J Economy 'too hot' OTTAWA Finance Minister John Turner in- dicated Monday he is prepared to implement Economic Council of Canada recommendations to cool down the economy. In a Commons reply to Paul Hellyer Mr. Turner don't see why The noting rising government urged federal and provincial of- ficials to reduce what it called the sharply rising cost of social aid which it said will lead to inflationary new taxes for most working Canadians. increases should be held to an avlrage of about 11 per a which would mean cutting billion out of cumulative out- lays now forecast at Listening to the opening ad- dress were infant and Greenland Es- kimos and Lapps from Norway and Finland. Missing were represen- tatives of Alaska who had to stay home because of negotiations on land conference spokesmen said. The Eskimos and Lapps are to define their own and then compare notes on political activities in their respective discuss successes and failures in op- posing exploitation of Arctic resources and efforts to claim ownership of their land and its resources. would like to think that this conference is but the beginning of a future of co- operation and Wah- the conference said in his opening address. He said the objective of all Arctic people must be to secure legal and financial means that will enable them to control their own destiny-by settling land claims and winning recogni- tion of their right to a say in extraction of natural resources. have been in the Arctic for thousands of yean despite the threat from even despite cultural destruc- tion and Wah-shee said. intend to remain here for thousands of years to Wales In the last 12 three of the most modern theatres in Europe have been opened in the first to be built in this staunch land of song for more than 50 years. Most recent to open was the Sherman Theatre in the Welsh Cardiff Others open- ed m Harlech and Aberystwyth and two more are under construction in North Wales All this coincides with a rapid expansion of the Welsh College of Music and since 1949 housed in Cardiff Castle but recently moved to new buildings in Bute not far from its old home. These new buildings include yet another the Bute opened in and will soon boast a small opera-cum-concert hall as to seat 600 and due for completion by the end of 1974 Five ago such a revolutionary development in theatre in Wales was un- thinkable The -only professional theatres that functioned all the year round were the New Car- and the Grand both built at the end of the last century These still are but serve only a Jimited area Apart from visits by English theatre companies and attempts in the early part of the century to establish a Welsh National drama in Wales has largely been the province of the amateur Any young Welshman or woman who wished to eam a living in drama were forced to cross the border into England. Many did so and became famous. The names of Emlyti Richard Rachel Roberts. Hugh Grif- fiths and Sian Phillips im- mediately spring to mind. Though the situation is much the same there soon may be a change. In 1962 the Welsh Arts Coun- cil set up a professional drama the Welsh Theatre Company and its Welsh language counterpart Cwmni Theatr Cymru Both have toured extensively in Wales and sometimes across the border. they have not developed as and for two basic reasons neither had a base theatre to work from and there has been a lack ol suitable theatres for them to play in. Standards suf- fered because productions had to be tailored for the inadequate stages of village and school halls. The opening of the new theatres has helped remedy this situation They provide both companies with new op- but confront them with a new challenge for now they will be expected to tour productions of a standard that was impossible before No need for oil price hike TORONTO Neil Canadian director of the Chemical and Atomic says there is no need for an oil-price increase in markets served by Canadian crude. is ample there is no shortage and the industry has had fantastic crude price he said in an interview Wednesday. Western oil serves markets as far east as the Ottawa Valley while imported used in markets east of there. The federal government has announced that a voluntary price freeze on Canadian- produced oil will end Jan. 31. Mr. Reimer said Canadian oil most of them have had four price increases in the last 18 months. Energy Minister Donald Macdonald was slow in crack- ing down on oil company he said. PEPSI of views on whether there is enough unity of purpose for a meeting between Kissinger and the West European leaders to be effective. In the next three to four weeks the Arab boycott against the Netherlands and its huge oil terminals is expected to be cutting lieep into Western Europe's oil supplies. Kissinger is due in Brussels Dec. 10 to join foreign ministers from 14 allied countries at the annual meeting of the North Atlantic Council These meetings nor- mally deal with the military situation in the Mediterranean. PUBLICITY FEARED Reviewing the Arab boycott in this military framework would probably be considered too menacing But Kissinger's presence will make it easier to organize perhaps less session on the Middle East at the same time or just afterwards. Europeans and Americans disagreed on the military as- pects of the most no- tably when the United States sent arms to Israel during the October war'and some Eu- ropeans refused to help. But there is common ground on both sides of the Atlantic where economics are concern- ed since both sides suffer from Arab production cuts. Both have means of pressure against the including food and industrial resources the Arabs large Arab funds in their banks and Arab students in their universities and technical schools. The European Parliament has urged Common Market governments to consider at least the possibility of sanc- tions. WARNING BY JAPAN In other which has been hit hard by the Arab oil called for Israel to return all Arab territories it has oc- cupied since the 1987 war. A spokesman said Japan might to re-examine our whole Middle East if the demand was not but did not give a deadline or specify what re-examining the policy would mean. Common Market representatives meeting in Copenhagen is reported to have agreed that they should make some arrangements to keep the or any other Common Market country facing an Arab oil from suffering un- duly. Details were not dis- closed. sources in London said Iraq and which both have attacked the policies of other Arab have decided to sett oil outaMe the rules set by the other Arab countries. Qualified Infor- mants said Algeria may take similar action became of Its need for foreign exchange. Philippine govern- ment ordered Foreign Secretary Carlos Romaic to her way back from a visit to cil said in its 10th annual the United States. report last week SCORE NOW DURING OUR GREY CUP SPECIALS HIPS Of BEEF SIDES of BEEF HINDS of BEEF LOINS of BEEF PORK LOINS All the above orders wrapped and frozen. WE SPECIALIZE IN CUSTOM CUTTING ..............Ib. 10 RANCHLAND MEATS Westminster Mall prices Effective NOV. Phone 328-0637 SATURDAY CIALS Terry seat covers Easy-to-install covers wash like a towel. Fit most cars. deep charcoal grey Auto Centre Car seat covers Sightly soiled orlon and borg pile seat covers .........Vz Price Auto centre Ladies' knit tops Pullover sweater styles short and long sleeved. 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