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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta HMALD-11 Warsaw Pact and equal Soviet Union Ent GMiimfy Special participants Bulgaria bt NATO and equal United States Luxembourg Britain Belgium Netherlands Canada West Germany Special participants Italy Norway Denmark Greece Turkey ot drawn to scale Workers reject contract CALGARY The city's outside workers have rejected a proposed con- tract settlement and now will ask the city to return to bargaining or ask for a provin- cial a union spokesman says. The then voted Tuesday night to turo down the wfckh would rake ibelr currently between I3.M and an by 13ff. per aad reduce their work week to 31 BOUTS from over two years. Ron bmtneti afent for local 37 of tae Canadian Uflha of Public Mldteunion win rwort to iU orlffcttl wife demud of M- two yean. uid tfae into u willing to retnm to negotiations any time and the next step is up to the city. Pictured left to are Mr. Peter and Mr. Stu Sales Manager of CHINOOK Beverages receiving the Canadian Highest bottles per Capita increase for .1972 Award. The award was presented at the 7-Up Con- vention in Banff on September 1973. Force reduction in Europe complex problem By ERIC BOURNE Christian Science Monitor VIENNA The preliminaries are completed. The negotiating lines have been drawn and the differences clearly exposed. That was the position Nov. as East and began the complex task of drying to work out an agreement reducing arm- ed forces in Europe after two decades of Opening statements fay delegates of 19 nations 12 from NATO and seven from the Warsaw Pact showed the two sides agreed the present climate of improved relations in East-West affairs is a ripe moment to start They also agreed on a geographic at this first on Central where the greatest concentrations of military forces are grouped. they accepted that any ultimate lower force levels must enhance stability 'and confidence and not diminish the security of any party to the agreement or confer some un- ilateral advantage on one at the expense of another. for the agreement ends. The method to be adopted for reducing forces numerical parity or percentage cuts that uphold the present character of forces and weapons together with a host of other intricate are matters at this point of diametric conten- tion. It is expected to take at least a year before they might be brought closer together. Issue by the spelled out in the two sides' opening look like The NATO allies want a lower level of conventional forces and a common based on an approximate parity in numbers of ground personnel on each side. Warsaw Pact as a whole now has more ground troops in central Europe than and the Soviets have twice as many in the area as the U.S. the Soviets have more than double NATO's tank Warsaw Pact powers have met the NATO plan for reducing both sides' ground strength to about men with a proposal for force cuts on an equal percentage basis. The idea is to preserve the correlation of military If it were the NATO countries would con- tinue at a disadvantage. The Warsaw Pact wants an agreement that would embrace not only troops in central but also aircraft and units equipped with nuclear weapons. NATO is opposed on both these additional counts. Its plan is to focus on conventional at the and on cuts in U.S. and Soviet strength. a Western delegate concentrate in this way will enhance the prospect for a first-stage The NATO group's Dutch delegate Quarlesvan don't include aircraft because however far you withdraw they can be back before you can say Jack Robinson. shall concentrate on what we consider the real the hard core of military confrontation which causes tensions and has a destabilizing effect in Europe the The Warsaw Pact has raised the of other Europeans to join in the negotiations. 11 of the 19 countries represented are official participants 7 NATO and 4 Warsaw Pact East and the The rest are having limited participatory' possibilities but no authority to share in insists on. confining negotiation the already agreed specific area. NATO sought Hungary's inclusion on the War- saw Pact side of its proximity to central when the latter rejected NATO reserved its right to raise question again. Western representatives fully intend doing but believe the question may not prove any great problem. that one NATO delegate War- may be more concerned with what the total Msgotiating situation and what the whole package will look Spokesmen from East and West expressed satisfaction ibout a though this optimism rests on little more it present than the calm approach shown in all the opening itatements.. The Soviet Oleg N. in an y moderately phrased said the question of when reduc- ions could begin should be agreed daring these Vienna legotiaUons. The Soviet he be ready to itart concrete measures as early as'In On the NATO there is no disagreement. it is pointed several negotiating phases He ihead and in the further future. Hence the NATO determination and hope that the Russians will come to to concentrate m conventional forces in this round. Smaller ears receive price boosts of GM in-. them iflCtea8''9' tr Price rise of VW models average 14 per cent w. FOR TOYOTO IS fl BETTER SnlALL CAR BUY THAN EVER. Now Toyota is lower priced than the Volkswagen and Datsun by a wider margin than ever before. In case you haven't most small car prices have gone sky high for 1974. 74 Small Car The best gas mileage of all popular small cars. 1974 PRICE MODEL priced bltic PRICE more than Toyota more than Toyota more than Toyota more than-Toyota more than Toyota Make Best mileage attained Oy each in mi les per imp. gal 5 10 15 20 .25 30 35 Toyoia Datsun Vega Pinto Volkswagen 32.5 29.9 29.5 27.4 25.2 The latest U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Gas- oline Mileage study of the hew 74 models far the most But it's nice to know that you can buy a 74 Toyota for not all that much more than you cduld ip 73. At Toyota Corolia 1200 is stiil Canada's lowest priced popularf small car. In our price increase was the lowest of all popular makes. some of the American small car makers boosted prices as much as And there goes the notion that domestic and import prices were going to be just about even this year. For the lowest priced basic 'Pinto is now more than our lowest priced. Corolla. that doesn't even include extras like reclining bucket seats which are standard on all But a great price isn't all we've got in store for you in 1974. There's more. Much more. ESP is coming. The most advanced innovation you'll see on any new car will be at your Toyota dealer very soon. It's called ESP. For Electro Sensor Panel. Built right into the roof over the driver's head is a panel of'warning lights. design feature borrowed froni aircraft What the panel does is keep you up-to-date on what shape your car is in. Electronic sensors throughout the car relay messages to a central which feeds the information to the panel. So at a you can tell if your pit level is if your brakelinings are gelling even if you're running low on windshield washer fluid. 11 vital functions in' all. ESP is standard equipment on two of our new models. And some of the other things about our 74 models may not be quite as they're certainly prepared for the future. Like good gas for instance. TOYOTA COROLLA 1200 comprehensive research undertaken by shows that the Toyota Corolla 1200 averaged 32.5 miles per imperial gallon.Th'e best gas mileage of any small regardless of class. New 5-speed stickshifts. Our new 5-speed in addition to'increasing can also increase fuel economy as well.- in fifth cuts engine revs and saves And this year we'll be adding three'new 5-speeds to our line. Celica -Corona and Corolla SR5. to say. all 5-speed transmissions on these models are standard More standard equipment than ever. And speaking of standard no American manufacturer loads its small cars with as many extras at no extra cost as we do. For you'll find power radial rear window and even radios included on many of this year's models. Of front disc brakes and fully reclining bucket seats standard on all. our models. Always have been. 22 models in all. Toyoia continues to offer the smalj car buyer the biggest choice of models of any manufacturer. There's a choice of seven different models in our economical Corolla line alone. From the new 5-speed SR5 coupe to the Corolla wagon. We even make a rugged four-wheel drive vehicle. two And .for we're introducing a new long bed completely redesigned plus two new models of the sporty Celica. A higher resale value than even the Volkswagen. You don'J-have to lot for a new but you can get a lot for it when you.sell.it. For the VW Beetle set a standard for having one .of the highest re-sale value's of any car. But not anympre. tigures show that over few years used have consistently brought higher resale values than used Volkswagens. And more. Many of the new 74's are' already in your dealer's showroom and the complete line up will be there very scon. take your order on our lowest priced Corolla right if you're thinking of buying a new small car this wait till you see the new Toyotas tor 'j 74. For one important Now Toyota is a better small car buy than ever. tuggMtta rwice Don not include dtlivery. licence tna provincial IM MctuM ttcton Irani wgwn lo r FOB I ol Ihe ten Mil wiling cars in KEO20KB 1200 CANADA'S LOWEST PRICED POPULAR1 SMALL CAR. ;