Clipped From The Daily Messenger
War time, WASHINGTON -- Unless Saudi Arabia lifts its oil embargo, the can look forward to a bleak winter electric power blackouts, chilly restricted driving and factory shutdowns. A prolonged embargo will a serious recession, perhaps even depression. This is the grim view of the Department's energy experts, who regarded as the best in Washington. Most disturbing is their warning the Arab boycott, if it continues, plunge the nation into an ecomonic tailspin. Already, some airlines and factories are laying off workers.