WINTER ENERGY SHORTAGES LOOM IN U.S.S.R.

Soviet officials have voiced increased concern over the possibility that widespread energy shortages in the U.S.S.R. may cause severe industrial power problems and limit fuel supplies for residential heating this winter. Moscow press reports say fuel stocks in a number of the nation's regions are considerably below normal for this time of year. Soviet meteorologists predict that January-February temperatures will be 3-4 C. colder than average.

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