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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, March 22, 1t74 THE LETHMIDQE HEHALD S Kissinger cautions Europeans It beats flying Normally, we'd have no doubt how the seagull got to the top of the pole, but that ladder does raise an interesting possibility. The setting, is Surrey, B.C. From AP-REUTER WASHINGTON (CP) State Secretary Henry Kissinger warned European allies of the United States Thursday that transatlantic frictions might strengthen isolationist tendencies in the U.S. Although most U.S. leaders oppose unilateral withdrawal of U.S. troops from Europe, "the conviction of the American leaders is not decisive.... If the trend continues, isolationism could become Kissinger said at a news conference. At a question-and-answer session last Friday, President Nixon raised the threat of U.S. troop withdrawals if Europe was unwilling to negotiate on a common statement of principles covering economic and political matters. However, both Nixon and Kissinger opposed moves in Congress to force troop with- drawals. Concerning troop reduction negotiations, Kissinger said that they are "on course" and added that there are "trilateral conversations with the United Kingdom and the Federal Republic (of West Germany) this week and these conversations are going well." The United States, Kissinger continued, does not insist that Europe should agree with U.S. foreign policy. But "when the. definition of European identity is in opposition of the United States, then the United States is concerned." Kissinger, who leaves for a three-day visit to Moscow Press law softened REGINA (CP) In an ad- mitted concession to news media protests, Attorney- General Roy Romanow unveiled an amendment to his privacy bill Thursday, spelling out partial exemptions for news media. The bill, introduced last fall and put forward for debate Thursday for the first time, would permit civil lawsuits for invasions of privacy, with SAND gravel ASPHALT ITOLLESTRUPJ SANDami GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 328-8196 no need for the person launching the suit to prove damages. The de- scribed as possibly the first law distinguishing between the rights of a reporter and of a have headed off bitter opposition from Liberal members of the legislature. Ken MacLeod Albert Park) had condemned the bill and had said his party was "going to-put a big fight on because of the press freedom." But the 15 Liberal MLAs would reconsider their approach in view of the planned amendment, which they had not had time to study. In his speech, Mr. MacLeod, a Regina lawyer, also criticized the effect the bill would have on the general public. He said the bill is unneces- sary because existing legisla- tion gives sufficient protection to privacy and the proposed new legislation might lead to irresponsible lawsuits., Before the legislature debate opened, Mr. Romanow held a briefing for press gallery members, telling them he has no intention and never had any intention to restrict press freedom. The original wording of the bill would not have had that effect and similar legislation in Manitoba and British Columbia has produced no problems, he said. Referring to the planned amendment, he said it "is not an exception but it is an elabo- ration to clarify." Sunday, said: "We are certain that the Soviet Union fully understands that the Atlantic alliance remains the cornerstone of American foreign policy. "Under no circumstances will we sacrifice European interests in negotiations with the Soviet Union, no matter what our disagreements may be with the Europeans." AWAITING SUGGESTIONS But he again complained about European failure to con- sult with the United States be- fore taking decisions, and said the United States was still waiting for proposals from the allies on how to improve con- sultations. Kissinger reiterated hopes that the second-stage agree- ment of the strategic arms limitations talks permanently regulating the quality as well as the quantity of nuclear weapons, would be completed this year, although he left open the possibility that the S.A.L.T. II agreement might not be ready in time to be signed by President Nixon during a planned visit this June. Kissinger said that the S.A.L.T. negotiations currently going on in Geneva have three phases: an exchange of technical information, the reaching of a conceptual break-through where the two sides have to agree on what it is they are trying to and then hard negotiations on giving concrete content to the breakthrough. The first S.A.L.T. agreement on May 26, 1972, gave the Soviet Union a greater number of missile launchers, but this advantage was offset by U.S. tech- nological superiority. 'But the Soviet Union is catching up with the United States in the development of multiple-warhead missiles, which has lent urgency to the S.A.L.T. II negotiations. Cuba's move WASHINGTON (Reuter) State Secretary Henry Kissin- ger promised Thursday to re- view relations with Cuba with an open mind if there was some modification in the policies of the Havana government. He told a news conference the United States had repeatedly affirmed that any change "depends in the first instance on some modifications of Cuban policies." In that case, he said, the U.S. would certainly review the situation with an open mind. See the Light. Wiser's Northern Light One of the smoothest whiskies ever blended in Canada. SAVINGS THAT ARE EASY TO SAFE WAY ICE CREAM SNOW STAR ASSORTED FLAVOURS SPECIAL PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lithbridm Mirch 22 Pint Ctn. 75 o CRACKERS BUSY BAKER SALTED or UNSALTED 1 Ib. Pkg. SPECIAL 0 KIDNEY BEANS Taste Tells, light red, 14 fl. oz. tin R W W WHOLE PLUMS lAOc Town House Canada Choice, 14 fl.oz. tin.......................Hi R W W FRESH BREAD Polly Ann White or Brown Sliced............................V R W V GROUND COFFEE Safeway All Purpose, 11b. pkg....................... FLOUR Harvest Blossom All Purpose Paper Bag................ CHEESE WHIZ 179 Kraft Process Spread 32 oz. net wt. Jar ____............ PDR. DETERGENT 129 20 .1 S I 1 89 WbHeMiiic5lb.Mtwt.Box TOMATO JUICE Town House Canada Fancy 48 fl.oz. Tin TOMATOES Mexican. Fresh Vine Ripened. Caiada No. 1 POTATOES uvNM wtJlvflM HI VfJiei RUMP ROAST ANY CUT CANADA GRADE 'A' BEEF Ib. 1 38 Imshire Side, Vie 1 Ib. DACON Readf to oat, whole or Raff 98 79 0 p Prices Effective in Lethbridge, March 22 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO UNIT QUANTITIES SAFEWAY Copyright 1960, Canada Saftnray Limited ;