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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, February 22, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 25 Prime minister to visit five world capitals Trade expansion high on Trudeau agenda By PETER LLOYD OTTAWA (CP) Prime Minister Trudeau who leaves Wednesday on a IB-day visit to five world trade expansion with the European Common Market high among his objectives. But no one is pretending there will be any fast payoff or tangibles such as hard agreements. Mr. Trudeau, travelling without his wife this time, will be calling at The Hague, Bonn. Rome, London and Dublin. Just last October, he visited Paris arid Brussels in what looked like a cautious first step toward stronger ties with the new Europe and a special thrust to bury any tensions lin- in'the wake of the late president de Gaulle's 1967 foray. into Quebec nationalism. Trade officials emphasize the exploratory nature of the talks, agreeing that the last visit turned into something of a flagwaving exercise. Cana- dian proposals for a contrac- tual link with the European Economic Community were described as "banal" by of- ficials at the Brussels head- quarters. The view that Canada has to spell out precisely what it wants from the community was reiterated here last month by British Foreign Secretary James Callaghan. Canada is the first in- dustrialized nation to seek a special arrangement with the market, which has just reach- ed a new trade and aid agree- ment with 46 developing countries after 18 months of negotiation. Mr. Trudeau said in a recent interview that both sides have initiated an informal but serious look at "the scope for strengthening the links between us and embodying INCOME TAX SERVICE Income lax forms have become a lot more complicated than Ihey used lo be. Why not turn yours over to Niagara? We have experts and computers. Give'us your income and expense information and we'll do up your return quickly and accurately. Just visit your nearest Niagara Office. It's listed in the white pages. Tax our brains instead of your own. Nicigaru NIAGARA FINANCE COMPANY LIMITED this new relationship." This trip is seen primarily as the next move. General political dis- cussions about nuclear non- proliferation, international detente and European military usual stuff of international will be raised. But political relations will not loom as large as they did last October when the prime minister and French Presi- dent Valery Giscard d'Esta- ing mended officially the Franco-Canadian fence splintered by Charles de Gaulle's cry of "vive le Que- bec libre." Increased awareness is said to exist on both sides of the At- lantic about the benefits of stepped-up trade and the possibility of later bilateral agreements, probably in specific industrial sectors. Technical and scientific co- operation in forestry and oil and natural gas development probably will be discussed. One official described the tour as an attempt at "con- sciousness raising" among in- dustrialists while another said "showing the flag will be a big part of the trip." Two Canadian priorities in- clude the long-standing aim of increasing exports of process- Try Bifori You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION SMITH-JONES IHEARING AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL 611 3rd An. S. Phone 321-5447 ed goods, rather than just raw materials, and the promotion of nuclear technology. Britain is building a reactor which officials here describe as a "first cousin" to the Canadian Candu reactor which is being pushed for export. Eventually it is hoped Cana- dian equipment will be provid- ed for use in the program. Meanwhile, an Italian com- pany has been licensed to build Candu reactors. Canadian reactor sales, par- ticularly a deal with South Korea, have come under close examination since India used Canadian technology to ex- plode a nuclear device last year. Canada wants to make the most of its technology, but the government also is com- mitted to some form of safeguards on foreign sales. It would like to have an international agreement on safeguards so that prolifera- tion of nuclear weapons does not occur and also so that it can have a clear conscience to go ahead with sales. Canada did worth of trade with the nine EEC members last year, with billion of that in exports. Ireland took about 24 per cent of its Canadian imports as end products, but more than 85 per cent of exports to the five countries were non- manufactured goods. With a new round of General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT) talks just un- der way in Geneva, trade of- ficials here expect the prime minister to push for support on some lower tariffs. On the other hand, he might also dis- cuss with his European counterparts the common problem of cheap Asian tex- tiles which have created problems in Europe and made thousands of Canadian textile workers jobless. West Germany is thought to be interested in suggestions that Canadian plants, with available skilled labor, would provide a good way for it and other EEC countries to avoid social problems caused by the influx of unskilled foreign laborers to Western European factories. Such investment would provide ready access to Canadian raw materials and help this country in its quest to export more processed Immigration, and the recently-published study of options for Canadian policy, are likely to be brought up during Mr. Trudeau's talks, especially in Rome. Persons of Italian origin form 3.5 per cent of Canada's population and have been among the fastest growing ethnic groups in recent years. Spanish students riot MADRID (Reuter) Riot police evicted students from the law faculty of Madrid University today and patroll- ed the city following street clashes with stone-throwing demonstrators. Ninety persons were detain- ed in Thursday's clashes dur- ing which police fired into the air to disperse demonstrators. Police with clubs and shields ringed the law faculty as the students filed out. One student placard in the u'niversity said the demonstrations, which came in answer to a one-day general strike call by clandestine op- position groups, were "a pop- ular victory over fascism." THE Sunday Crossword (formerly the New York Herald Tribune Crossword) Edited by Robert B. Gilleepic Crossword LADIES' BOUTIQUE By Roie Santora ACROSS 1 Droned 7 Small amount 10 Hebrew bushel 14 Bridge of ahs? 19 Sergeant's command 20 Dollar 21 Common action group 22 Musicians Stern and Hayes 24 Use unfair tactics 27 Brandies 29 Sleeve card 30 Fear; kind of nought 31 Entrances 33 Fight to f 34 Gemstoro 36 You then! 37 By 39 TMree -i match 40 Ooh -I 41 Richard and Preacher 43 Boozing it up: si. 48 Flowering 51 Cheeriest 52 Not worth of beans 53 Comfy for the evening 55 Aware of 56 Building stone 59 Separate 60 Rain clouds 62 Church councils 64 Small child: var. 66 German road 68 Burnt pigment 71 Wild things sown 72 thing (newfadl 73 Where drop- pers listen 75 Flip a coin 77 to dumb animals 78 Spends less 84 Picture in the mind 85 Enjoy a condiment 86 Three minutes in the ring 87 Child nurse 88 Little Bo 90 Bluish 92 Nigerian people 95 Rougher slip 96 Pal of Pollux 98 Ticks' followers 100 Behind time 102 Finley's city 104 Onion 107 Primings 109 Bronte's Jane 110 Corn for popping 112 Vrroomsan engine DOWN 1 Cloning laughi 2 NOT; York 3 Rhythmic kindof mail? 4 Faiiy queen 5 Conpuw pt. 6 Dtlorea- R'b 7 Bridal gift 8 Put up 9 Mhdamama 10 Dicllne 11 12 Fastitart yarning 13 Thespianlsm 14 Seta dogs on 15 Kind of bar or metrics 16 Crazy 17 Treat with extra care 18 Beetle 23 La in Milan 25 Verses 26 princeps (first edition) 28 Booty 32 Rice-paddy people 35 Flirt's game 36 Virile guys 38 Two fives for- 42 Alley the caveman 43 As my judge 44 Ism holders 45 Fragrant ointments 46 Tuneful notes 47 Sweetie 48 Viper 49 Spill the beans 113 Pass coverage alignment 118 Ponder 119 Secular 120 Excavation 121 Mush 122 Silent is the word 123 Freshman's hazer 127 Webster and Beery 129 Sheik's land 131 Prefers 133 Tiny 134 Liniments 136 Bugle call in cavalry 141 Glacial period 142 Advertiser trademark 143 Luau garland 144 Plies; hens 145 Hairstyles 146 Sanction 147 Red or Dead 148 Harmful fly 50 Italian money 51 Negligent 64 No longer abed 56 Obtained 57 Hook up to 58 Making do 61 Where inflation hits 63 Siestas 65 Terminates 67 Dapper 69 Cowardly song? 70 Meat jelly 72 Tin-plate 15 X 15, by Henry V. Stnlw ACROSS 1 Kefauver 19 Mimic 6 Capital of 20 Yale man Eritrea 21 Soft 7 colt's leather mom 22 Island: 12 rixad wage Fr. 14 Sides: Lat. 24 Thing, in 16 Carry law 17 Epithet for 25 Baking Rommel chamber 26 Evening in in the road 27 Trudy's other name 28 Dolt or donkey 31 Musical syllable 32 Put on a happy face 35 Canadian prov. 37 Caucasian language 41 Contrition 43 Cotton fabric 44 Slopes or biases 45 Hebrew ascetics 74 Letter with jay or tee 76 Dancer Q? 77 Heat unit 78 Cans 79 Potato- growing state 80 Italian port 81 Allowance for waste 47 The moon pulls them 48 Terrapin 49 Mediterra- nean ship DOWN 1 Bar legally 2 Strike 3 Slender candle 4 Before: poet. 5 Jockey Earl 82 Heath plants 83 Bobby hose 88 Kind of truck 89 Book of the Apocrypha: abbr. 91 Highborn 93 Black sheep sounds 6 Thin Man's dog 7 Dark brew 8 Where fly- ing saucers start? 9 Aleutian island 94 Aleutian Island 96 Sandburg or Reiner 97 Shoal 99 Vaccine 101 Clairvoy- ance 103 Caustic 105 Kindof school 10 Allude 11 Eat away 13 Rescue, by Dickey? 15 Hewing tools 18 Mute 23 Finish 108 Historical records 108 French pronoun 111 Sightings 113 Arm bone 114 N.Zealand native 115 Shrew's sister 116 Rainy mo. 25 King of the fairies 26 Representa- tive: abbr. 28 Horned vipers 29 Silvery fish. 117 Devil: Sp. 118 Rumple 122 Printed news and TV 124 Small hooter 125 Equals 126 German guru? 128 Disfigure 30 Mideast peninsula 33 Swedish Nightingale 34 Feminine suffix 36 Examines 37 Warning 129 Enzymes 130 Body discipline 132 Genuflect- ing joint 135 Past 137 Plaything 138 High: mus. 139 Prosecu- tors: abbr. 140 Tint 38 Sale: Fr. 39 Anoint, in olden days 40 American Beauty 42 Curved letter 46 "Sweet-" liUU L1UUUQL1 IHJUU UUtlUU uamu UUUUIKJ UUULI ULJUHUU aaaa nuuuciuHuuuu unnana aaaa uann aaaaaaauauaisa i aaua uaaa aaauau uaa SOLUTIONS OF WEEK'S PUZZLES UHktn nnnnHBna aaaa aaaa lUUuau aau aaaa aauaa QUUUUU t.lHHQ (1QCIU UCJL1HUH aamaciau auu UUUUUULJ uuuyueiuuuuuuLiuuijuuuubj UUUGUUU L1UU Miuincin nona noun nranonn rjuDun uatit] BHU uuiiou UIJUH UCJUQ UCJUULltilltl UllliU uncin uaaaran nnnnn nncinnnn nnnnnn nnnnnn HUU UUUULIL) LIUBJU UUUUJUU Qmna nQHCian aaaaaaau notiooDinioaaQHa uauo aaaa uoan narjn unnn nnnn Brin nnn L1UHHU UULJUll uunnnmnn rannntinnn nnn nnn rann nnn Rmnnnn nnnn nnnnnn nnnn uuiiuii guild tiatinjuu uuu] nnnnnn rinnn nnnnnn tiaaa 1975 by Chicago Tribune-N .Y. News Synd. Inc. All Mights Reserved CRYPTOGRAMS RD AIL URDO CHEUO SYM TO CENTAURS, CANO NICH TOUAMK RM YKO AD CYHELC. -By Norton Rhoadte 2. RA HD LTMOR KEND, HELMETS OCSRDLK KOACZP PAS NAARHEZZ M E L H .-By India M. Speirv 3. HDIZKR R E D A HZKFO WGEEWJ HDIJ GF KFADEJO WZLJ IZLGJ. -ByEarlIreland 4. INIXI INN YUUM TEAA TUUM VERYYAEX ISSAVRVA. -ByJoynelDavidwn LMt Week'a Cryptograms 1. Many people hope that blood, swell and lam will soon replaced by Ikn, lamb and peace. 2. 3. rate headllnee IB todajr'i nergy abortage crfoia. 4. Wet wretch tketcbtd red katckm EARLY WEEK SPECIALS Fruit Cocktail 9sfl7 R W 1 0 Fresh Bread Polly Ann While or Brown Slictd Frith 20 oz. nit wt. loll Empress Ortngi Flavour Pkg. of 4 02. nil wt. pkg. iich Mushroom Soup A Town Housi Criimid Condensid, 10 fl. oz. tin............ 0 Peanut Butter is? Empress Homoganlzid or Chunk Styli. 48 oz. ml wt. tin oach Ice Cream Snow Stir Auortid Flivours 1 gillon piper cirton Ea, 2 29 Strawberries Bii Mr Slicid Cinidi Fincy Frozm, 15 oz. ml wt. pkg uch French Fries BHAIrdnmiFincy StnliM ir Crlnkli Cut From 2 Ib. kii nch WMiMiiicPtwftral 5 Ib. ml wt. tax Facial Tissue 99Qflc R Many More Grocery Specials In Store Effective February 24 to March SALES IN RETAIL QUANTITIES ONLY! Copyright 1960, Canada Safaway Limited ;