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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 18, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Octotw 11, 1974 TMI LBTHiRIOttl HERALD -0 Trudeau planning private Nixon fighting talks with French chief Farmers free steers in traffic PARIS (CP) Prime Minister Trudeau of Canada will have two meetings with French President Valery Giscard d'Estaing during an official two-day visit starting next Monday. During his 50-hour stay in Paris, Trudeau will also meet Finance Minister Jacques Chi- rac "It is a very good sign that Mr Trudeau will have talks with the president on two occasions and Mr. said a Canadian of- ficial in Paris. "The meetings will be strictly private. That is to say the two statesmen will not have their aides with them.'' The Canadian leader's first meeting with the president is scheduled for Monday after- QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH noon, after Trudeau ,has had talks with Chirac and attended a lunch given ih his honor by the external affairs department. Trudeau will later attend a state On Tuesday, the prime minister will place a wreath on the tomb of the Unknown Soldier, meet with Chirac a second time and be greeted by city officials at noon. He will give a luncheon for Chirac and other members of the French government before his second meeting with Giscard d'Estaing MEDAL PLANNED Sorbonne University of- ficials will present him with a medal designed especially for him. Trudeau will hold a news conference Wednesday morn- ing before leaving for Brussels. Talks are expected to focus on the world situation, the energy crisis and bilateral relations. Informed sources say Trudeau will try to get Giscard d'Estaing to support Canada's aim to sign an agreement with the Economic European Community (EEC) granting various commercial advantages to ah participants. In return, Trudeau would pledge to satisfy some of France's needs in uranium Negotiations between Canada and France in the past failed to produce an agreement because of France's refusal to allow the Canadian govern- ment to make sure the French were using uranium only for peaceful ends In Brussels, Trudeau will meet with the heads of the Belgian government, NATO SPECIAL OFFER HAVE YOUR MANUAL PORTABLE or STANDARD TYPEWRITER CLEANED. OILED and ADJUSTED PORTABLE INCLUDING HSW RIBBONS STANDARD ..................................1450 INCLUDING NEW RIBBONS ADDING MACHINES 158W INCLUDING NEW RIBBONS VMU not Inducted. CHINOOK OFFICE MACHINES 620-13 StrwH North Phone 328-6M6 British minister i resigns LONDON (Reuter) Prime Minister Harold Wilson's new Labor ad- ministration suffered its first ministerial resignation Thurs- day only a week after its general election victory. Left wing Norman Buchan, 51, quit as minister of state in the ministry of agriculture over what he called "increasingly serious dis- agreement about certain policy matters and about the control and direction of the department." The junior minister was re- elected to Parliament Thursday with a majori- ty in a Scottish constituency. and the EEC Wednesday afternoon, Thursday, and Friday. He will also hold a news conference Friday before returning to Ottawa. Mrs. Trudeau will accom- pany the prime minister dur- ing his European visit. PM to seek better trade with ECM OTTAWA (CP) Prime Minister Trudeau said Thurs- day he will press for improved trade relations with the nine- country' European Common Market during his scheduled visit to Brussels and Paris next week But he told the Commons he will not seek links that would discriminate against other Ca- nadian trading partners. He was responding to a re- quest from Opposition Leader Robert Stanf leld that the gov- ernment make public a brief outlining Canadian proposals to be discussed during the visit. Mr Trudeau said he will study the brief to see whether it should be released. He could not say without looking at it whether this would be helpful to keep papers WASHINGTON (AP) Former president Richard Nixon filed a suit in federal court Thursday to retain custody of millions of documents from his ad- ministration. Nixon asked the court to order presidential counsel Philip Buchen and two other government officials not to produce or disclose any presidential materials to anyoue other than himself. In the complaint Nixon said that he had entered into an agreement with the Ford administration to house his presidential materials and personal records in California but that the White House has not honored tlje agreement. The complaint said that some 42 million documents should be classifed as presidential documents under Nixon's control. "The relief requested is merely to preserve the status quo; that is, to maintain the existing confiden- tiality of the presidential materials and to preserve (Nixon's) right to control access the former president's complaint said. The application for a temporary restraining order was filed against Buchen, Arthur Sampson, head of the General Services Administration (GSA) and U.S. Secret Service director H. Stuart Knight, individually and in their official capacities. The the suit is to give Nixon, rather than the White House, the right to decide who gets access to the documents. On Sept. 6, Nixon and Sampson signed an agreement in which the former president agreed to house all his presidential materials with the GSA in a facility near ifixon's San Clemente home in California. The agreement provided that Nixon, as custodian of the materials, would get one key and the government another. It also said that Nixon's tape recordings would remain on deposit until September, 1979, and that Nixon thereafter had the right to destroy any recordings before returning the remainder to the government. Nixon noted that he is subject to subpoenas demanding production of the materials but that he can- not answer them because the documents are not in his T On Sept 9, Special Watergate Prosecutor Leon Jaworeki agreed with the White House that none of the materials could be moved from their depository in Washington without the prosecutor's approval. LONDON (Reuter) district Thursday when Farmers protesting low released Uiree 600-poundFrie- prices caused chaos in Lon- sian steers among busy morn- don's Whitehall government ing traffic. CAREERS OPENING FOR ACCOUNTANT Johnson Brothers Sawmills Ltd. need an accountant to start November 1st, 1974. Interested persons are asked to Phone: Cowley 628-3818 during or 628-3824 or BOX 100, Cowley. Richardson not planning 'drastic cuts' in defence It's our mi I i ANNUALFALL SALE and to celebrate we are offering fantastic savings on every mobile home in stocK, so Hurry over. 5 MODELS OF DOUBLE WIDE MODELS, also 2 and 3 BEDROOM SINGLES featuring NEONEX and NOR'WESTERN OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY, OCTOBER I SUNDAY OCTOBER 19th 8 a.m. 6 p.m. 20th 1 p.m. 5 p.m. FREE ROOT BEER AND HOT DOGS (Courtesy of A W) ALL UNITS MUST BE CLEARED REGARDLESS OF PRICE. 'I S MOBILE HOMES Located at 1st ami 31HHI St 8. on Highway 3 EM! to After hours CATELLI LTD. ;TION WORKER! v w Male or Female for shift work. Starting after do days, plus shift premium. Steady hours. Apply at I04-13th Street North EXCITING OPPORTUNITY! Minimum Participation Why don't you DISCOVER us anUget acquainted with all the reasons that will make you glad you did. APPLY TO: Box 42, Lethbridge Herald COUNTER PERSONNEL By VICTOR MACKIE Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Defence Minister James Richardson said Wednesday he did not propose any "drastic reduc- tions" in the four main com- mitments the Canadian armed forces now must carry out. He was questioned in the commons on his "new look" for the armed forces which he outlined Tuesday in the throne speech debate. Canada will have a smaller but "elite force" that is trained to its greatest military capability The four main com- mitments for the defence forces are: (1) Defence of Canadian soverignty ana independence. (2) Participation with the United States in North Ameri- can Defence (3) Collective security as represented by the North Atlantic Treaty Alliance (4) Peace-keeping. Mr. Richardson has an- nounced that because of the impact of inflation on the defence budget he must reduce the size of the armed forces. He will also have to cut back on the commitments which the forces are required to meet. "Where will those reduc- tions in the commitments take place and which of the four main task will be Allan McKinnon asked in the house. Mr. Richardson said, "We do not contemplate any drastic reductions, but common-sense adjustments. These will be probably in most of the tasks performed by the armed forces." Mr. McKinnon asked the minister to specify the order of priority he will assign to the four main tasks now carried out by the Canadian forces. He wondered which would be least susceptible to cutback. Mr. Richardson said he was presenting a number of alternatives to the cabinet When the cabinet has reached a decision it will be an- nounced. Outside the bouse be said the cabinet had the choice of cutting each rote slightly or removing one of the tasks completely. He doubted however that the government would want to take the latter action, preferring instead to reduce slightly each of the rotes assigned to the forces. 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