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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta New air pact to be discussed OTTAWA (CP) Canadian and United States negotiators meet, here next Tuesday for what promises t o be a tough session in the current round of talks about a new bilateral air agreement. The discussions originally were scheduled to end this sum- mer, but the two countries still are battling over several major issues. The talks have been un- der way for more than three years. Transport Minister Jean Marchand, who has expressed exasperation with the length of the negotiations, recently ended INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 lewer Floor 517 4th S. Phone 327-1541 the practice of customs pre- clearance in Canadian airports for passengers bound for the United States. Both sides have taken a fight- ing stand on preclearance, a new issue in the bilateral dis- cussions. U.S. officials have said if Canada wants new air routes to American cities, there will have to be concessions on preclearance. But preclearance is a late co- mer on the list of disputed is- sues dividing the two countries. Negotiators have been dis- cussing possible new air routes and the U.S. demand for easier air charter rules in Canada. Canada is particularly inter- ested in new air routes for its air carriers, though the United States is understood to be ad- vancing a small list of its own. The U.S. wants Canada to loosen charter rules protecting Canadian carriers in the Cana- dian charter market. MOST WATER The Pacific Ocean, 64.1 mil- lion square miles in area, con- tains 46 per cent of the world's water. Thurta.y, May 24, THf UTMMIDOI MttAlO U.S. gasoline price to go up WETHGHOU5E "Limited Time Offer" Capitol Furniture and Smith'i Color TV are proud to announce that they have combined their purchasing power to bring the people of South Alberta genuine savings on Weslinghouse Wash- and Dryers. "Save. (May 22 to June 1) Westinghcuse LAUNDROMAT Westinghouse DRYER Two agitators: deep ramp for regular loads, "Hand Wash" agitator for delicate fabrics and small loads. Five water temperature combinations, including three for different Permanent Press fabrics. Two speeds for heavy duty and delicate washing (on Variable level water saver for loads from 4 to 18 Ibs. Double wash action: centre agitator moves clothes one way, the rotating ribbed tub the other to keep every item in the tub in constant motion. Heavy duty transmission, motor, pump and suspension. Available in avocado, gold or white nsiani moyion. Non-tumbling drying rack included, allows quiet drying of sneakers, belts, etc. snaps out for regular drying. Auto Dry cycle ideal for permanent press and knits, ad- justable from "Less Dry" to "Very Giant 16" diameter opening to ease loading and unloading. Safety start button and safety door switch. Even-drying Cross Vane tumbling system helps prevent smell loads sticking to tub walls. Improved air flow gives faster drying, allows longer distance venting. Available in avocado, gold or white 35 sricKing TO FREE BONUS with laundromat Hand Wash Agitator Usually an extra-cost item, it's free during this sale only. Ends hand washing forever 1 FREE BONUS with Dryer Non-tumbling drying rack. Usually an extra-cost option, free for this Sale only. Dries sneakers, shoes, buckled belts, etc. quietly without tumbling. Removable. SMITH'S FOR C, J Cx; 236 13th St. N. Phone 328-5541 326 5th St. S. Phone 327-8578 Ducks penned Two-day-old baby ducks decide to stick close to Mother after discovering their hatching inner courtyard of Vancouver's Centennial a ready- made pen surrounded by building. Staff will either feed them until flying time or move the whole family. Cattle pact confirmed PAGE 15 cattle pact RM RED DEER (CP) The Al- berta Hereford Association to- day confirmed a Russian con- tract for the purchase of year- Ling hereford. John Hay of Red Deer, sec- retary of the association, said in an interview the number of cattle to bs purchased is flex- ible but it would not be less than 650 head. He said the Russian buyers are expected to be in Alberta this summer. Mr Hay said communication with the Russians following last year's cattle sales resulted in this year's contract. He said the yearling heifers of both breeds are expected to return to each while bulls are expected to bring to ?850 each. WASHINGTON (CP) -A United States treasury official says gasoline prices will go up this summer in the U.S. be- cause of a shortage, but there's no chance thev will rise to such levels as 75