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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 2-1 HE LETHBRIDGE HERALD-Saturday, News in brief Japanese seek more trade OTTAWA (CP) Japanese Prime Minister Kakuei Tanaka opens a four-day visit to Canada Monday, hoping to reinforce and extend already- extensive trade relations between Japan and Canada. The 56-year-old leader is scheduled to meet twice with Prime Minister Trudeau to and discuss trade, economic energy matters. Mr. Tanaka, on a four-coun- try North and South American tour, said before leaving Tokyo that he wants to broaden relations with Canada to help offset the heavy influence of the United States in both countries. Iran purchases destroyer WASHINGTON (Reuter) Iran has agreed to purchase four of the United States' latest destroyers at an an- ticipated cost of more than million, informed govern- ment sources said Friday. The new government-to- government contract brings to six tne number of Spruance- class destroyers being built by Litton Industries that Iran has agreed to purchase. The destroyers are capable of speeds in excess of 30 knots and are equipped with two five-inch guns, anti- submarine torpedoes and mis- siles. Payment keeps ICCS afloat SAIGON (AP) The Inter- national peacekeeping com- mission, up to million in debt and in danger of collapse, will be kept afloat by payment of half of South Vietnam's an- nual share of the operating budget, informed sources said. They said the Saigon government would pay between million and million "within the next few days." The four-country Inter- national Commission of Control and Supervision (ICCS) had drawn up a plan to withdraw its ceasefire teams from the field by Wednesday, after one of two major contracting firms serving the ICCS, had decided to dis- continue its services the commission paid million bill. unless its Cuba embargo for review WASHINGTON (AP) An Organization of American States foreign ministers' meeting has been called for Nov. 8 in Quito. Equador, to determine whether the Cuba embargo should be ended. The OAS permanent council voted 21 to 0 Friday to convene the meeting. In supporting the resolution offered by Colombia, Costa Rica and Venezuela, U.S. Am- bassador William Mailliard said United States willingness to "re-examine the matter does not imply a judgment on the substance of the issue." A two-thirds majority of the 21 nations will be required to overturn the 10-year-old OAS ban on diplomatic and trade relations with Cuba. The embargo was imposed after the OAS found Cuba guil- ty of intervention in Venezuela. Atomic safeguards sought VIENNA (Reuter) Canada called Friday for international efforts to guard against a rash of nuclear ex- plosions by governments seek- ing to develop atomic power. "Canada is opposed to any proliferation of nuclear ex- plosive capability regardless of the purpose Can- ada's chief delegate, J. Alan Beesley. told the annual conference of the Inter- national Atomic Energy Agency Beesley told the 106-country conference that Canada was "gravely concerned" at the underground explosion of a nu- clear device in India last May. It was impossible to dis- tinguish between peaceful and military explosive devices from a technical point of view, Beesley said. Oil agreement closer BRUSSELS (Reuter) Twelve major industrial countries have taken the first steps toward agreement on an oil sharing pact seven months after their negotiations began at an emergency conference in Washington Beth Johnson Says 1 Thoroughly wash hands be'ore handling iood. enher coding or ealmg 2 Cooked lood should be refrigerated immediately <1 il is lo be siored 3 "olentiaJljr unsafe foods" deserve soecial care because they usyanj orovide especially good coidiSior-s 'or bacteria (Us! fasl Be sure and poultry crjo'ied cocVed "o -101 reach minimum sale iti'etnai lemperature ot TSDlo 190 'iQh tnusc'e T stuped the iterrigi ot Ihe tuffiig should 165 degrees 5 to avoiding food oiscmmg oolential unsale loods is lo 101 'oofls hoi F) and cold looflscold ID f) this 1OOtS OUl ;oie 40 IDT Sfub this reverts f.or lla -which i warring such as tiSfl i'