Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Auguil 30, 1972 THE ItTHBRlDOE HERAID 9 Canada-China air services agreement negotiations show progress TORONTO Ncgutla-' dons between Camilla and China on un agreement for air sep-icei between tlie two eoun- trlc-s arc procceilinK "vci-y sat- External Affairs Minister Milchcll Sharp -Biiid here as lie signed iin ir; 'de- ment enlarging air facilities be- tween Canada ami Italy. Just back from a trip to China, Mr. Sharp toil! reporters he hail discussions with air offi- cials there and further meet- ings will be held liotwccn offi- cials of China ami Canada in Seplc-mlicr, probably In Ottawa. In a ceremony at Toronto In- ternational Airport, the minis- ter anil tlie Italian charge d'affaires at OlUiwa, Marquis Ilossl Ixighi, signed the ex- tended agreement giving the Italian airline Alitalia landing rights in Toronto and giving Cnnadn access to Milan, Italy. At present the only Canadian airline flyinp to Italy is CP Air which goes only to Home. Mr. Sharp told reporters later (hat the Canadian government tias not yet ciecided how tlie ad- ditional Italian traffic rights will be divided among Cana- dian carriers. Air Canada Is anxious to get landing rights at Milan. Speaklm; to a group made up largely representatives of Toronto's big Italian colony, Mr. Sharp noted that under the new cement Alitalia be- comes the first airline from continental Europe to he granted access to Toronto. Tlic minister also said be wished to "close co- operation and collaboration" lictween Canada and Italy In many fields including nuclear research and defence. lit also noted that trade be- tween the Iwo countries lias in- creased by ttlmoil 200 per cent! The Italian charge d'affaires I norlant and wide in scope and I new major link between (ho in the last 10 Isaid the new agreement is ini-1 Canadians would profit by this two countries. Farmers rely too much on government IlEGINA (CEJ) An Austral- ian agriculture consultant said here prairie farmers appear to rely too much on government inslitulior.5 to solve their prob- lems. David president of Agribusiness Counsellors Ltd. of refill, Aust., said off-farm assistance has become a politi- cal philosophy in Saskatchew- an. Me loliJ a news conference have Ixxomc intoxi- cated with power in the off- farm scene instead of directing tticir energies .wiving lems on the farm. Mr. Nuttall said private con- sultants in Australia supple- menl tfie function of muni agricultural services and offer a personal service not provider] by public Institutions. Saskatchewan farmers aro too tied down by the environ- ment, he said, and Ihey seem lo ttiink the whole country fras Lo involved in changes which tficy could bring alxjut them- selves. WEEKEND B I CANADA CHOICE CANADA GOOD BEEF FULL SLICE READY TO SERVE WHOLE, HALF or QUARTERS STEAKS CANADA CHOICE CANADA GOOD BEEF SIRLOIN 1.48 ..LB. T-BONE and WING LB. For Your Barbecue HEALTH AND BEAUTY AIDS LIBBY'S HOI DOG OR HAMBURGER PROTEIN SHAMPOO RELISHES 12-01. btls. "L" Brand 17-01. htl. TOILET SOAP Canadelle Reflular ban DEODORANTS BUNS pfcg. KRAFT MARSHMALLOWS BARBECUE SAUCE 12-oj. pkgs. 2i79' 3 "L' Brand B-OZ. aerosol tin Kraft..................... 28-oz. bll. 69 STORES CLOSED MONDAY SEPT. 4th LABOUR DAY STEAKETTES Them Barbecued- Originated in Alberta For Alberta Families. 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive 'College Mall' 420 Street South 'Downtown' LOCatKHIS 324 Mayor Magrath Drive STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m. Thurs. and Frr. 9 a.m to 9 p.m.