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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta CYCLIST IAWS The operator of a motorcycle must obide by the same regulations as the operator of a car, both moving and equipment regulations. The operator must keep both feet on- the foot pedals at all times when the motorcycle is being operated. Wherv more than one motorcycle is travelling in the same direction, they must keep to the right and in single file. This picture the 22nd publicizing the 1972 safe driving campaign launch- ed by city police. Canada can't take hard line now in tax talks with Americans OTTAWA (CP) U.S.-Cana- dian tax and trade talks which are due to begin soon will bring into sharp focus the differences between President Nixon's landslide electoral victory and the deep split in Canadian poli- tics reflected in last week's Ca- nadian election, observers say. Canada is to begin negotia- tions soon with Washington re- visions of a U.S.-Canada tax treaty, and later, it is hoped, Washington and Ottawa will re- sume long-adjourned talks on a wide range of trade matters. The negotiations are to be conducted first at the diplo- matic level and, later, at the cabinet level between the gov- ernments in Ottawa and Wash- ington. Parliament and the American Congress probably will be called on at a later stage to ratify whatever agree-. ments are made between the governments. The Nixon administration, as the result of Tuesday's land- slide presidential victory, will go into the talks with an un- precedented mandate. The Trudeau administration, still in office after the inconclusive Oct. 30 election, has the weak- est mandate of any govern- ment in Canadian history. Until the Trudeau govern- ment meets Parliament and submits its future to Hie House of Common, it is considered unlikely that it can take any hard line in negotiations with the U.S.-or, for that matter, with any other authority. Moreover, until the electoral air has been cleared in Canada, the government of the day will face the constant danger of being ttoown out of office b the Commons. HARD LINE The Nixon administration, the other hand, now seems t have the power to take wha ever hard line it wishes. But i curbed in this by the fact tha in seeking Congressional ap- proval of any treaty or enab ing legislation, it faces a Demo- crat-controlled House of Repre sentatives and Senate. C a n a d a-U.S. trade talk broke off last February whe John B. Connally, the forme U.S. treasury secretary, re- jected Ottawa's last offer fo meeting his demands for trad concessions to improve the U balance-of-payments drain. Mr. Connally subsequently i tired from that office emerged as a key Republican working for President Nixon'; re-election, and some Washing- ton reports indicate he could well be a presidential candidate four years from now. Despite his work for the Re- publican president, Mr. Con- nally is a registered Democrat and has been involved with that party for years. He led a move- ment called Democrats for Nixon during the recent elec- tion campaign. Trade Minister Jean-Luc Pe- re-elected last week with the narrowest of margins in his home riding, still subject to M r. Connally's successor, George Shultz, to explore the possibility of reopening the trade talks. No quick over-all solution was found, but the way was open for quiet diplomacy to be applied on a number of individual issues. Thuridpy, Kovt.-aier 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 Pakistan pulls out ISLAMABAD (Reuter) Pakistan announced its with- drawal today from the South East Asia Treaty Organization The ambassador of the Phil- ppines was called to the for- eign office and handed Die stat- utory notice of denunciation of he treaty for transmission to his government in Manila. Representatives of other iEATO member states sta- ioned in Islamabad were also ummoned and were given let- crs to their respective foreign ministers informing them of the government's deci- ion. Besides the Philippines, the ther members of SEATO are Britain, the United States, "Vance, Australia, New Zea- and and Thailand. ROBIN'S SPEED A robin flies at about 30 miles i hour. VEGA YOUR BEST PLACE TO SHOP Word gets around. One homemaker tells another. That's how many of our first learned about the fine foods and Wonderful savings at Safeway. If you have not yet checked, come see for yourself this week. We think you'll agree Safeway is your best place to shop. SAFEWAY NOTICE Safeway will be CLOSED SATURDAY, NOVEMBER llth Remembrance Day FRESH BREAD Polly Ann White or Brown Sliced 20-oz. net wt. loaf 5 GROUND COFFEE GREEN PEAS PINEAPPLE CREAM PIES POTATO CHIPS JELLY POWDERS TUNA FISH MAC. CHEESE SALAD DRESSING Safeway All Purpose Taste Tells Canada Choice Assorted 14 fl. oz. tin Town House Chunks or Slicei in Natural Juice ....................14 fl. 01. tin Bel Air Frozen 5 Flavours 14 ei. net wt. size 1 Ib. pkg. for for 95' S-i.OO Party Pride 4 Flavours 8Vi 01. net wt. pkg. Empress Assorted Flavours 3 oz. net wt. pkg. for for Sea Trader Solid White 7 01. net wt. tin Catelli Dinnen 11 01. net wt. pkg. 2 2 2 5 99' t Piedmont.....32 fl. oz. jar TRY A LITTLE Olympic Ready to Serve Whole, Half or Quarters...... Ib. 0 SMOKED HAMS BONELESS STEAK STANDING RIB ROAST VEAL STEAKS 79' Chuck Canada Grade A Beef Ib. Canada Grade A Beef ___ Ib. Sirloin or Round Ib. SAVE ON FRESH PRODUCE 1 1 GMAC TERMS COME IN NOW AND ASK FOR A DEMONSTRATION DRIVE IN A 73 VEGA BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE 2nd AVE. and 8th STREET SOUTH PHONE 328-1101 GRAPEFRUIT POTATOES APPLES Florida Red or White Fresh ....................Size 48's Red or Gems Canada No. 2 grade.......Cello bag 1 for I Mclntosh, Golden Delicious, Red Delicious or Spartans. Canada Fey....................... bulk PRICES EFFECTIVE in LETHBRIDGE NOV. 9-10. We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities. SAFEWA 1960. SAFEWAY ;