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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta FULLER COVERAGE Mini-skirted girls cover their legs the best way they can to be allowed into St. Peter's Basilica Wednesday. This moved followed tha Vatican's assault on Immodesty with Pope Paul VI denouncing some modern dress as Japanese Canadian talks scheduled for September OTTAWA (CP) Far-rang- ing policy discussions between ministers of the Japanese and Canadian government? will be held in Toronto in September, informants said here. The conference, held periodi- cally in Tokyo and Ottawa, has been shifted to Toronto because all available space in Ottawa for that time has been booked for a world medical conference. Japanese and Canadian minis- ters last met in Japan in 1969, and, earlier, in Ottawa in 1966. The meetings range over trade, economic and foreign affairs questions and are held every two of three years, when con- venient. This year's meeting may CARPET and LINO (Complete InstallatlonsD Free Estlmafesi No Obligation! PHONE 327-8578 CAPITOL FURNITURE Ths carpet Houso of tha South" range farther afield, however, informants said. It is expected that agriculture ministers and possibly ministers of the two countries concerned with ,envi- ronmenta! problems will also at- tend. The make-up of the Japanese delegation has not been settled yet. It is expected to come to Canada after similar talk? with U.S. cabinet secretaries in Washington. The Japanese ministers may tour Western Canada after the Toronto talks, scheduled for Sept. 13 and 14. A finance department source indicated that multi-lateral trade policy, the future work of the General Agreement on Tar- iffs and Trade and bi- lateral tariff problems will be discussed. Japanese industry tends to be protectionist, favoring relatively high tariffs, but the Japanese government is said by sources SHERIFFS SALE WEDESDAY, AUGUST 4th- 7.30 p.m. AT THINGS UNLIMITED 333 5th Street South Having received instructions from the sheriff we will offer the following by Public Auction National cash register 2 counters; plus bal- ance of stock including: Chess and checker sets; greeting cards; desk sets; pen tots; gift wrapping paper; ribbons and bows; velvet paint- ings; Jadies' leather hand bags; Bestline products; card shuffling machines; jig saw puzzles; Sanyo tape player; stereo tapes; cassette tapes; hostess sets; bridge sets; games; switch plates; ornaments; the entire stock. SALE CONDUCTED BY HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd Ave. S. lethbridge TED NCWBY License No. 41 AUCTIONEERS KEITH ERDMANN Licence No. 458 here to be more liberal and in clined towards less protection The latter view is favored by the Canadian government, am "interesting discussions" of the conflict are expected at the To- ronto meeting. Also likely to be discussed the volume of Japanese invest ment in West Coast Canadian resources coal and copper, in particular and the terms am conditions on which this mighi continue or be expanded. K is almost a certainty tha Canadian ministers will con tinue to press Japan to adhere to so-called voluntary restraints on the export of low-cost textiles and electronic goods to Canada About the time of the Toronto meeting, the anti-dumping tri bunal here will be holding pub- lic hearings on alleged dumping of Japanese television sets on the Canadian market. Canadian ministers expected to attend the Toronto discus- sions, led by External Affairs Minister Jean-Luc Pepin, Agri culture Minister H. A. Olson, and Environment Minister Jack Davis. The latter will have sev- eral interests in the discussion concerning Pacific fisheries and Japanese investment in British Columbia. Mr. Pepin recently returned from mainland China. Japan does not recognize tha Peking regime and wants to continue profitable relations with Tai- wan. External affairs depart- ment sources say Japan is in- terested in first-hand knowledge of Canada's newly-established relations with Red China. CHROME and MAG WHEELS 31.50 CHECK THESE PRICES RPM SPECIAL 14x7 SPOKE MAG Complete and Installed. 5ach fRACKMASTER Plus 14x7 ALUMINUM SLOT MAG Complete and Installed. Each _. 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The state attorney said a two-year investi- gation showed no justification for the accusations made in 1969 by baritone Giuseppe Zccchillo that officials sold million worth of Scala sets and prop- erties to private buyers, I I tec iit> ROGER PERRY Service Consultant BYNG MARTIN BOB PETERSON PETER BRAUN Wholesale Representative ROY MclNTOSH (Leasing) CHRYSLER CREDIT FINANCING 328-9271 QUAKER STATE LIFETIME POWER TRAIN WARRANTY "KING'S CORNER" 111 3rd Avenue at llth Street South For All Department! Phone 328-9271 ;