Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 25, 1973 · Page 10
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 10

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, April 25, 1973
Page 10
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10 Qotesburo RegistCNMoit. Gatetburg, III. Wcdr^sdov. April 25, 1973 Fishermen Believe faks - (6ontiiiu«d nrom Pag« f) ing Atitlon facing upstfttm after taking a bug, and awaits the nixt moti^l of food. Although there are many theories as to wl^ northern pitce go into a sunun^ lull, the one about {>ilt« loaing teeth Is often heard. More believable is the theory northern seett the cooler temperatures of deeper water and don't hava to forage as much for food because there is usually an over abundance of natural bait, such as small panfish. Getting down to ole Mr. Buclc- nm iC 3 m K EE atfiKwth thtn. iht largemouth bftia flttcka Jft^yM, sucks in^ his food rafhir Hiin chomping down on U •« many believe. Die bass takes mw and food into its mouth, expelling the water through its gills. If he doesnH like what he has, Ml reverses the process, thus blowing out the food. Armed with that knowledge, the bassman can see why its important to fish plastic worms slowly, tieing carefiil of the tension in the line. I don't think I've ever met a bass fisherman who hasn '4 lost a tail section of a worm to one bass or another, the reason, I then, is the worm was being retrieved too fast or with too much tension on the line, allowing the bass to only get a crack at the tail of the worm. With the exception of fast retrieves of idugs and spinners designed to make a lazy bass furious enough to strike, most bassing tec&niques emphasize slow, lazy retrieves to altowthe largemouth jrienty of time to suck In the bait. ByPHILNewSOM As industrial natkms face up to a growing eiiefgy crisis, they also may be forced to reassess their relattona with Israel vs. the Arab oil producing states Oil Needs May Require New Policies FareiiB News Ciiiimeitary It becomes increasingly so as the Arab natkms step up action to reclaim their natural resources from western compa nies and as governments react with the knowledge that for the next 20 years or ao they must depend for oil supplies upon a region noted for its instability and political volatility. More than 60 per cent of the world's known oil reserves center upon the region around the Persian gulf. The posslbUity that Mideast- em oil might someday be used as political weapon is a bugbear which has existed hi the minds of economists since the mid -1940B when the Arab states lirst oi^anized their boycott against Israel. Western Predacers' flttds That it' failed to materlalitt was due both to Arab disunity and to the fact that pr^uction and distribution of the oil remained prhnarily in the hands of United States and other western producers. Accompanyii^ the duuiging picture are increasingly shrill Arab denunciations of the United States and its role as (*ief supporter of Israel and its main supplier of war material. In Cairo, the editor of the newspaper Al Akhbar called for a boycott against "everything that the White House will come to realize \trhat a high price it will have to pay." More important than mere words, was a warning from Saudi Arabia's mhiister of petroleum that his country would find it difficult to increase oil production if the United States did not help to bring about a political settle* ment in the Middle East satisfactory to the Arab states. It was especial^ noteworthy because Saudi Arabia is rated a friend of the United States. Of some 365 billion barrels of reserves, Saudi Arabia's sharemillion annually. is placed at 160 blUton barrets. While not a military factor against Israel, Saudi Arabia contributes substantially to Egypt (0 make up for loss of the Suez Canal and is sskl to lend support to Palestinian oil esthnated in Mideastem oil commandos to the tune of $15 Any Arab action threatening American oil supplies puts to a severe test the Washington policy which has been to retain Arab good will but at the same time to bolster Israel militarily with aid currently running at about fSOO million per year. It would add a new and potentially devastating twist to the boycdtt with which the nation Arab league for neariy 30 years has been challenging those American firms doing business in or with Israel. It has largely been ineffective but oil would be something else. 15% off all family sneakers. If you like to hop or skip you'll jump at the savings. Sale 4'^ Sa\e2^ Sale 4'^ Reg. 4.09. 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