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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta News may be scarce during Trudeau visit Friday, October 5, 1973 LETHBRIDGE HERALD It's an old Chinese custom By STEWART MacLEOD OTTAWA (CP) Because of the tradition surrounding Chinese talks with other world leaders, there won't be much information on Prime Minister Trudeau's progress in Peking next week until his conversations are amost com- pleted. The tradition, as govern- ment sources here explained Thursday, is that the visiting dignitary outlines his views in total these views cover everything from the state of the world to specific subjects. Then, the Chinese host replies in kind. And after that, the sources say, "they begin joining issues." Mr. Trudeau, who leaves Monday for Peking, will meet Premier Chou En-lai soon alter his arrival Wednesday, and this is being described as a "steering session" for the official talks beginning Thur- sday. Other western leaders have taken four hours or more with their opening statements, and Mr. Trudeau is expected to take up most of Thursday with his presentation. Then, on Friday, Premier Chou will reply with his views. The two men, expected to be accompanied by three or four officials on each side, then will begin "joining the issues" on Saturday, the final day of the Peking talks. Further views will be exchanged when the Chinese premier accom- panies Mr. Trudeau on a two- day visit to the provincial cities of Cheng Chow and Kewilin. MAY EXTEND VISIT And there have been some late indications that this visit to the provinces could be ex- tended another day, although officials here say this has not yet been confirmed. Mrs. Trudeau, expecting her second child about the end of this year, will accompany her husband. Officials say the Canadian- Chinese talks will cover four main and com- mercial matters, exchange programs consular issues and medical and scientific matters. Senior trade officials will be among the 20-or-so officials travelling with the prime minister. And an advanced party already is in Peking working on a trade agreement that might be ready for sign- ing while Mr. Trudeau is there. The agreement would be general and similar to agreements now in effect with many other countries, and there would be no reference to specific products. The exchange program would be concerned mainly with cultural, academic and sports figures. An official said the aim would be to establish a machinery for selecting representatives for the ex- changes. The main Canadian thrust in the "consular" talks will be for the establishment of an immigration attache in China to work toward the reunifica- tion of families. Many Chinese Canadians want to bring over relatives from China, but there is no Canadian office in that country where applications can be made. Officials said that since Mr. Trudeau went to Moscow in 1971 and talked with Soviet leaders, there has been a threefold increase in the number of Russians coming to Canada to rejoin families. The number has risen into "the hundreds and hundreds and hundreds." The number of Chinese who might want to come to Canada would be far less than the number ol Russians, officials say. "but we would like to have some sort of diplomatic access to them." Mr. Trudeau also will seek easier access for Canadian businessmen and journalists who might want to visit China. The prime minister will take a large batch of gifts with him on his trip. Chairman Mao Tsetung will be presented with a polar bear rug, and Mrs. Trudeau will give a sealskin parka to his wife. Premier Chou will receive a ceremonial mask from the 'K.san Indian tribe, and there will be an Eskimo carving for Madame Chou. STOCK UP FOR THE HOLIDAY! L-MART CLOSED MONDAY, OCT. 8 THANKSGIVING DAY SMOKED COOKED HAMS WHOLE HALF OR QUARTERS MAPLE LEAF BRAND GOVERNMENT INSPECTED SIRLOIN, CLUB or BIB STEAKS GOVERNMENT INSPECTED CANADA GRADE A STEER BEEF YOUNG HEN TURKEYS GOVERNMENT INSPECTED CANADA GRADE 'A' BURNS, PINECREST OR LILYDALE BRANDS CRYOVAC PACK. FROZEN 10 to 18 Ib. average Ib. Fresh Ground Minced Beef Government Ib 4% A Government Inspected Side Bacon Maple Leaf Sliced 2'? I b. pack 3 .29 Cranberry Ocean Spray Sauce or Jelly oz.tin 25 fl 10 02. net wt. pkg. I Pickles J Mincemeat Nabob 44 fl. oz. jar .19 11 HI H am III Ciniii Fancy Grade York _4 0 irC I UlllpHIII 28II.oz.tins .....................WRWW FRESH FOR FLAVOR OMNGE JUICE Large Red Cluster CRANBERRIES Fresh Mb. net wt. pkg................... FRESH YAMS Canada No. 1 Grade................. F WITH THIS COUPON YOU MAY PURCHASE ONE 48 FL.OZ. TIN DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE I JUICE FORONLY W SAVE 120 I Coupon effective 'ill closing Tuesday, Oct. 9.1973, at L-Mart only, j 2025 Mayor Migralh Drivi "College Mall" 420 6lh SI. South 324 Mayor Magralh Drive Values Effective 'Til Closing Saturday, Oct. 6, 1973. We reserve the right to limit quantities. SATURDAY SUPER SAVERS Merchandise on Sale Friday 6 to 9 p.m. and Saturday to 6 p.m. Limited quantities. SATURDAY to 11 a.m. at the SKILLET RESTAURANT EARLY BIRD BREAKFAST Strips of bacon -2 Eggs and Coffee .....................each 67 Quilt Bait 2 -Polyester fibre. -Each .66 2 PIECE Bath Set MEN'S DISCONTINUED Timex Watches YOUR CHOICE Off LADIES' Fortrel Pants -Sizes 10 to 18. -Elastic waistband. -Pair 6 .96 GIRLS' FLANNELETTE Pyjamas -Sizes 8 to 14. -Pair 2 -Includes seat cover and floor mat. -Pink, purple, gold, green. -Reg. 3 .96 STERLING SILVER Charms Limited styles. 25% Off MISSES' Denim Jeans C.96 6 to 16. GIRLS'FLANNELETTE Granny Gowns 9.66 -Sizes 4 to 6X. -Each BOYS' Ski Jackets -Sizes 4 to 6X. -Nylon outer shell. -Each 6 .96 INFANTS' PLAID Jackets -18 to 30 months. -100% orlon pile fabric. -Each 7 .96 SATURDAY to 11 a.m. SPECIAL SHOTGUN SHELLS -sizes 4-5-6 and -12 gauge. -Made in Czechoslovakia. -25 per box............. 1 .88 SATURDAY to p.m. SPECIAL Anti-Freeze -Arctica -One gallon container -Each 2 .48 Shin Pads -Intermediate size. -Pair 8 .66 34 PIECE MELAMINE Dinnerware Set Windshield Washer 96' container. BOX SPRING AND Mattress -eacn 89 for 8. Hockey Pants 8 -Sizes 36 to 42. -Blue or black. -Reg. -Pair .96 Cigarettes 4 -King regular -Limit 2 cartons per customer. -Each .50 HAND BLOWN GLASS Centre Pieces .96 -Sub-standard. -Values to -Each 6 OLD DUTCH Potato Chips -Assorted flavors. MONA LISA Panty Hose -Discontinued colors. -Pair Zellers County Fair Located in Zellers Shopping Centre on Mayor Magralh Drive. Open Daily a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursday and Friday a.m. !o 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 ;