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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta -THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, October 4, 1973 THE OLD WEST LIVES At Moise, Mont., during r the annual buffalo roundup on the National Bison Range. Highly unpredictable, buffalo don't take easily to herding, above. Coming at you, left, a buffalo thunders down a lane between corrals to end up ignominiously, right, in the for vaccinating and branding. Once hunted almost to extinction, buffalo are now pampered, thriving and a tourist attraction, below. fe-.'jrt-'C-? Cold cereal and a. banana SENA TOR EA TS iAP) -Sena tor.John V Tunney (Dem. Calif i. has spent most of the last two weeks thinking about lood. That's what hapens, he told a news conference Wednesday, when you have to eat on SI.25 n day. as many do Tunnev began Sept 21 a two-week stint of spending only ?1 2fi ,i for food The figure was suggested by an elder- ly witness ;U hearings conducted by Tunney in California on lood prices Witnesses said th.it's how much money retired persons to spend on food I learned Unit 1 don't like it." Tunney said "You spend almost all your time thinking about food." Tunnoy's Tuesday diet was typical: cold cereal, a banana two pieces of toast and milk for breakfast, a left- over meat sandwich, celery sticks and an apple for lunch, baked benns. canned string beans and another apple for dinner Tunnev. who weighed 180 pounds when he began his ex- periment, has lost about six pounds since. ON A DAY He has kept faithfully to the limit, he said, and may have a little food left over, "because I didn't like some of the food selections chosen by my press assist- as cheese crackers and onion sticks." lie doesn't care much for rice, either, "but I'll probably hit it pretty heavy the next tew days because I feel a great need for bulk The psychological elfect of his diet has been enormous. Tunney said "Mv tolerance for upsetting news has gone way Tunnev said. "I'm irritated most of the time, whereas I've always regarded myself as easy-going My staff will be very happy when this is over He added: "If Secretary of Agriculture Earl Butz and some of these sweet bureaucrats would take a turn at eating on 25 a day maybe they wouldn't be so eager to cut back programs like the school lunch program." Tunney said he is introducing legislation that would allow Congress to restrict food exports and strengthen the price control enforcement program Common Market prospects brighten By CY FOX BRUSSELS (CP) The agreement by foreign ministers of the European Common Market on a joint policy covering future relations between their countries and the United States has greatly brightened the atmosphere in Brussels after weeks of worry about discord within the nine- member community. There seems no doubt that the Common Market agree- ment to speak with one voice in relations with a world power enhances the possibili- ty ot progress towards political as well as economic union of the Community. Yet problems still confront those who. like foreign-policy expert Etienne Davignon of Belgium, are deeply preoc- cupied with the achievement of political solidarity among the nine countries. Davignon told a meeting of NATO supporters that the delay in building up the political union of Western Europe has, among other things, "compromised the I aster development of relations between Europe and the U.S on a basis of equality." It may have been an exter- nal factor which helped to produce the remarkable dis- play of unity among the Common Market ministers at Copenhagen This factor was the position in domestic U S. politics of President Nixon, whose ideas lor a new Atlantic Charter and a presidential visit to Western Europe originally generated little enthusiasm on the part ot the French and other members Paris, along with the other Common Market capitals, (rv vstril Hi n t Nixon's position needed bolstering, if only as a way of blocking U.S. congressional efforts to reduce American military strength in Western region still highly vulnerable to attack from the Soviet-controlled East. The Europeans also needed 3n authoritative "resident Iri Washington if significant IIKNHY K1SSINGKR wears an expression of seriousness as he lalks to newsmen about his new job, secretary of slate trade negotiations are to bear truit. Thus, the foreign ministers, meeting in Copenhagen, agreed on a draft for a future declaration on trans-Atlantic economic and political effect a green light for a Mixer. European visit this fall The president stands to gain through a prestige-restoring overseas trip following the ravages ol the Watergate scandal investigation. The Europeans, following what they hope will be Nixon's strengthened ability to sustain both his defence strength in Europe and authoritative American bargaining in trade talks, also sanctioned the limited involvement of their Common Market commission in the coming committee sessions of the European security conference. This latter step is in itself a milestone in efforts to promote a single Western European voice at inter- national bargaining tables. An important consideration, however, is that the Common Market's founding treaty gives the commission no political powers, limiting it instead to economic matters. Moreover, the have stressed the maintenance of the com- mission's n o n p o 1 i l i c a I cautious in judging whether the much- vaunted renewal ol Common Market solidarity can really be sustained. DON'S BUILDING SUPPLIES 1st ANNIVERSARY SALE INTERIOR EXTERIOR PAINT SALE! BIG SAVINGS EXTERIOR LATEX MONAMEL SEMI-CLOSS MONAMEL HOUSE TRIM G.P. PORCH FLOOR ENAMEL NOW IS THE TIME TO BRIGHTEN UP YOUR HOME INSIOE AND OUTSIDE. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE BIO SAVINGS ON GENERAL PAINT'S FIRST OUALITV. INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR YOU SEE THE GENERAL PAINT SIGN. 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