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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Tueiday, February 11, 1975 Britain at make-or-break point in ECM membership terms LONDON (CP) Britain this week enters one of the most crucial stages in its make or break campaign to improve its membership terms in the nine country European Common Market. The outcome of the current round of negotiations is widely expected to go far in determining whether Labor; Prime Minister Harold Wilson will recommend continued membership or a split from the community. When the new terms are drawn up, probably within a couple of months, they will be put to the British people in a referendum and voted on in Parliament. If they are rejected in either poll, Britain will then likely withdraw completely from Europe. But the progress made so far in the re- negotiation process is heartening to those who favor continuing .membership, achieved at the start of 1973 after a decade of squabbling and false starts. What happens next hinges largely on the at- titudes of France and West Germany, the two strongest pillars of the community. The Ger- mans appear anxious to go a long way toward meeting the full demands of the British. But the French seem to feel further political gifts will do little to increase British support for mem- bership. The Labor government here has set itself seven main objectives to be achieved in the re- negotiation. Three of these have already been firmly attained and a of the economic interests of the almost accomplished. The three outstanding issues are the size of in- dividual contributions to the community budget, improvement of the pricing system for beef and the right of each member to decide its own regional-development policies. Of the questions already settled, the most im- portant has been the agreement of Britain's eight partners to abandon their 1972 delcaration that monetary and economic unity must be ob- tained by 1980, never much more than a pie-in- the-sky doctrine anyway. The other two achievements of Wilson's negotiators have been the winning of agreement to let Britain continue to control capital movements with other EEC countries and the thwarting of community plans to harmonize sales taxes in all nine countries. As a fourth condition Britain has been in- sisting on being able to buy food from the Com- monwealth and on extending community aid to undeveloped former British colonies. The aid issue now has been solved and Britain has obtained agreement as well that it should be able to import Commonwealth sugar. Only the question of continued buying of New Zealand food remains to be settled. Sears Sears EXTRA DUTY c-Surging power for emergency demands and all acces- sories. Extra power for stop-and-go winter driving. With our 54-month guarantee. Bigger plate surface, more acid to give you up to 45% more starting power than original equipment. Available in the 5 most popular 12-volt sizes. 287 4500 series. Reg. to Supertred 4-ply nylon Compact sizes A78-13 to E78-14 Standard sizes F78-14 to H78-15 OC99 Zj Blackwall each, installed a-4-ply nylon construction for strength and safety. Gives you reliable performance for your everyday driving needs at a low price. With guarantee. Whitewalls available, extra. 957 412 000 series. glass-belted nylon Compact sizes A78-13 to E78-14 :99 Blackwall each, installed b-2 fibre glass belts under the tread reduce tread squirm for longer mileage. 2 nylon body plies for strong puncture resistance, greater impact resist- ance. With guarantee. Whitewalls avail- able extra. 957 414 000 series. d-Cavalier battery. Economy-priced light duty bat- tery. Vibration-resistant. Rugged construction. 12- volt. 18-month guarantee. 287 410124. Reg. e-High Voltage polypropylene battery. 12-month free replacement. 36 month guarantee. Original equipment' quality. 287 410 900 series. Reg. to to f-Die-Hard 60 months, 2 years 'free replacement. Gives you faster starts in any weather 287 410'600 series. to g-6-amp battery charger features automatic overload protection, full wave selenium rectifier. D.C. ampere meter polarity light. 287 447 384. Reg. h-Save Economy booster cables 8-gauge, 8' long. Tangle-proof. 28R 047 013. j-Lamp kits with pre-focused bulbs for extra light in. rain, fog, snow. Switch wiring. 12 volts. Amber rectangular. 287 485 403. Reg. k-Clear rectangular. 287 485 404. Reg. For all your automotive needs 'charge it' on your All Purpose Account Blackwall 957 412 000 Supertred 4-ply 957 014 000 Fibre 957 412 000 Supertred 4-ply 957 014 000 Fibre glaat-belted 550-12 600-12 520-13 B 78-1 3 C 78-13 B 78-14 C 78-14 D 560-15 600-15 F78-15 extra Simpsons-Sears Ltd. Enjoy it now! Use your All Purpose Account. At Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guarantee. Satisfaction or money refunded. SERVICE STATION HOURS: Open Daily 8 a.m. to p.m. Thurs. and Fri. 8 a.m. to p.m. 2nd Ave. and 13th St. N., Lethbridge ;