Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Friday, October 8, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD _ 19 No one-sided concessions TORONTO (CP) Revenue Minister Herb Gray said Thurs- day there will be no one-sided concessions by Canada in ex- cliangc for removal of the uni- lateral United States restric- tions on imports from this coun- try. Any modification in the Can- ada-U.S. auto agreement, for in- stance, should not be related to removal of the U.S. 10-per-cent additional duty on imports, he said. In a speech to the Conference Board in Canada, Mr. Gray said Canada stands to he more seri- ously affected by the combined U.S. economic measures than virtually any other with the least cause. The minister said Canada does not maintain unfair or dis- criminatory trade barriers which affect the U.S. Dalance- of-paymcnts position in any sig- nificant way. The restrictive aspects of the U.S. measures as they applied to Canada were unjustified, dis- proportionate and inequitable. Mr. Gray said discussions aimed at resolving current eco- nomic problems cannot be sue Christmas mails dates OTTAWA (CP) Christ- mas cards in unsealed enve- lopes destined for all points in Canada must be mailed by Dec. 8, the post office an- nounced Thursday. Cards for points within the same .city sliould be mailed before Dec. 17. A six-cent rate applies to all unsealed cards for delivery within North America. All Christmas cards for overseas delivery must be sealed and may travel either by surface mail at an eight- cent rate or by air mail at 12 cents. The post office says that overseas mail sent at the cheaper rate will travel by ail- when space is available. Christmas mail for Africa, the Middle East, Cuba and the Orient should be mailed by Dec. 9 while mail for all other points except Great Britain has a Dec. 10 deadline. The deadline for mail destined for Great Britain is Dec. 14 For SCHOOL BOARD VOTE REG TURNER HE WILL PUT THE NEEDS OF THE STUDENTS ABOVE ALL ELSE VOTE X cessful "if they are conducted under duress." "There can he no question of one-sided concessions p-anted in exchange for the removal of unilateral restrictions, which in the terms expressed by the U.S. administration have no justifi- cation in respect of Canada." Mr. Gray also said the ad- verse impact of the extra im- port levy would be compounded by the U.S. government's pro- posals now before Congress. These proposals are for estab- lishment of a job development tax credit restricted to U.S- made capital goods for the du- ration of the surcharge and for a tax advantage to U.S. export- ing companies which would dis- courage manufacturing abroad by American subsidiaries. Paper vending boxes removed MONTREAL (CP) The City of Montreal began removing street-corner newspaper vend- ing boxes on public property Ibis week. A ban on all such boxes on public property went into effect Oct. One year ago this month the city administration announced it was planning to ban the boxes from private p r o p e r t y and passed a bylaw to this effect Drapeau has described the boxes as ugly nuisances for pe destrians and a target for! pranksters. In March, six d a i 1 i es presented a brief to Mayor Drapeau to try to iron out the city's objections to the boxes on public property. The papers. The Gazette, The Star, Devoir, La Presse, Montreal-Matin and Le Journal de Montreal were rebuffed and told to remove all the taxes on public property by Oct. 1. They were also told they had to apply for a city permit to place boxes on private property. Datsun has gigantic parts warehouses across Canada stocked with all the parts a Datsun could ever need. Datsun Invested a fortune in training thousands of mechanics. Dafsun people have the skill and equipment to fix almost anything. So please, no matter what you drive, if it needs fixing take It to a Datsun dealer. Sure wish my baby carriage worked as well as our Datsun. We have hundreds and hundreds of superbly equipped Datsun shops throughout North America Over 1100 Datsun dealers. All the parts and service you really need. At Datsun we build solid, reliable automobiles that meet every Canadian safety and pollulion control require- ment. Bui even a Dalsun requires periodic servicing. That's why the 1100 Datsun dealers in North America have factory trained small car experts ready to help out. No matter where you live or where you go Datsun gives you the reliability and service you really need the more-for-your-money car FOREIGN CAR (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. Corner 3rd Ave. 11th Street S. Phone 328-9651 There are more than 1100 Datsun dealers across Canada and the U.S.A. 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