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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THI HTHIRIDGI HHALD Auguif 1973 ___ New date fixed for air talks WASHINGTON Those intermittent Caflada4Jnited States air which have rtuttwed along for nearly four yean are expected to re- nune here Sept. 4. The new third an- nounced in recent iiscloeed Wednesday by a state department source. Canadian and U.S. rfr ne- gotiators last met in adjourning Aug. 3 to resume the tricky negotiations in Washing- ton Aug. 13. Thai date sub- sequently was amended to Aug. then put off again. At that an official of the sir division of the state depart- ment have to complete our studies before the talks can go A spokesman for the Civil Aeronautics in announc- ing the Aug. 14 said it has to at the full of agreement reached up to that point. He said C.A.B. officials had been on causing delay in the deliber- ations. The air aimed at re- writing the Canada-U.S. pact drawn up in are held be- hind closed doors. While it was not known what agreement had been It j was known that Canadian char- ter pre-clearance of pssengers and reciprocal air routes were among the more sticky problems under negotia- tion. When the talks resume this there is ex- pected to be a new item on the charges by the C.A.B. that Canada is among the countries discriminating against U.S. carriers. The C.A.B. brought down a classified report Aug. 14 noting that Canada discriminates in two of six categories it A C.A.B. spokesman said at that time wouldn't say Can- ada is one of the chief offend- adding that it was that aspects of the report would come up. Makeup of the Canadian dele-1 gation to the new Washington j of talks was not imrae- idiately known. Royal officer on deck Average harvest likely despite adverse factors OTTAWA Storms in dry weather in Saskatchewan and frost in paris of Alberta have balked Prairie grain but pros- pects for an average or above average harvest Stalls- ties Canada reported Wednes- day. In the fifth of six reports on crop conditions across the cOun- the statistics bureau said a number of adverse factors are affecting but conditions are relatively normal. Prairie coverage was less complete than normal because of a foulup in the bureau's method of having reports tele- i graphed in from the region. Conditions by Prairie region. Low tempera- tures last weekend caused some frost damage to crops in the northern and central districts. And wet snow and heavy has hit crops in the western Peace River region. In the yields are expected to be down because of a moisture shortage. Weekend storms in the central and western parts of the province caused some crop damage and has delayed the harvest. Strong heavy rain and scattered hail have caused some lodging in heavier crops. The harvest is general in northern regions and well underway for early-seeded crops in the south. Average to better than average art reported for all crops but rape- seed. SwtMng is well under way in the south- west and south central regions and about 60 per cent of the peseed crop has been swathed further north. dry weather is forcing crops to mature ear- lier than usual. Grasshoppers eating away at late-seeded crops and an acute feed and water shortage is reported in the extreme southwest corner ot 1 the province. Shades of Bengal Famine Prince Charles mode only a few brief appearances on. the deck of the British frigate Minerva during a visit Halifax. the Prince gestures as the ship docks. He is a gunnery officer with the rank of lieutenant. firestone STORES Corner 3rd Ave. ond 8th S. Phone 327-8548 WANT A make easy PUT TRUCK TIRE STRENGTH UNDER YOUR CAMPER OR VAN fircstonc TRANSPORT NYLON A top quality truck tire with original equipment tread design and tread depth. A low priced tiro for rural and highway service. 23.15 28.15 30.80 670x15 6 ply 650x16 6 ply 700x15 6 ply 06-22-059-2 BEST 12 02. OFF BIG ECONOMY SIZE _ RAID 14.5 oz. 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Railroad officials say about 100 persons arrive daily at each of the two main railway sta- will ever agree with the govero- tions. but it is impossible to say ment's exactly how many are coming The Standard said many refu- to the city. j gees from rural areas of east- Many are dying. Although au- ern India are living and sleep- thorides are classifying all deaths as The Hin- dusthan Standard newspaper said it is matter of inter- and there is little chance that the ordinary people ing on city rail where there are fig- ures in Some charities have set up free food where long lines form each day. WOOLCO BACK-TO SCHOOL VALUES FLARES Be solid in Cotton Indigo Denim Flares Lee denim flares are snug fitting at the hip' and knee but flare to a bottom. You can be rug- ged and right-on in these far-out faders of Indigo denim. Waist 28-38. Leg CREDIT PLAN AVAILABLE SHOPPING MALL 2025 Mayor Magrath right to limit quantitlM. 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