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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Travelling sandwich Vic Lepage, a Sudbury, Ont, mail supervisor, was a little puzzled by a package which he determined by smell was a slightly stale jam and peanut butter sandwich. The cellophane and waxed- paper-wrapped sandwich was addressed to Biafra, Africa with a return address of Sudbury, Canada. The package was sent on as it contained sufficient postage and was not considered dangerous. EVBUITE ELECTRIC LTD. APPOINTMENT Ever-Lite Electric Limited is pleased to announce the appoint- ment of Mr Graham W Collins, as Sales Representative for the Southern Alberta area Exclusive distributor for Ever-Lite INCADESCENT FLUORESCENT LAMPS, Fire protection equipment, tdustnal and Manu- facturing Lethbridge Office is located at 426 13th Street North To lower your maintenance costs, call 327-3365 All lighting guaranteed 24 hour answering service Canada, Sweden agree to seek stronger nuclear safeguards OTTAWA (CP) Canada and Sweden have agreed to seek stronger safeguards and better policing on their export sales of nuclear reactors, an official in Prime Minister Trudeau's office said Friday. He said the agreement was reached during more than YAMAHA ORGANS New and Used COLLEGE MALL Phone 328-3694 HARDLITE LENSES... Maximum protection for Children who wear Glasses 2 Shatterproof for maximum eye protection. Lighter on their faces. Only half the weight of _ ordinary lenses T warranty against eye injury. Available in all prescriptions OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 308- 7th ST S LETHBRIDGE Phone 327 3609 MELROE BOBCAT WQRUO S MOST POPULAR SKO STEER Skid-steer Loader That "Puts It All Together" When Jhe Boteal was nuached m pertomiance leas agamsii jhnieen other skid-steer maikes heres Whart happened Soticaa tetJ Jhe JieW clear supenorfiy m nm pui cvde Jtme pradical load caoaofly salely and mobility load Ttial s The ol petlormance you d horn Amen cas orse steer loarJei bud fls just part Ihe Boftxal 'amours lot murtii joto versaHifly One Stftwal. one and a group Of attadhmeHis can replace several costly machines and their operalots The patented 0ob whicti allows the opetaior 10 change anachmenis m less than a mmtfle is Still the isstesi most eflecttve aTlacti syslem around Pui a Bobcat to the Test Can us lot a tree demonsiTa lion today While on yout jobsfle well CKpHam new imancmg that makes fl easwr Sian evet to own a America s number one steer toader 1410- 2nd South Phom 327-2922 three hours of discussions here between Mr. Trudeau and Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme who is on a 4Vz- day official visit to Canada. The two leaders talked about nuclear proliferation, international peacekeeping, world economic problems and Canada-Sweden trade and cultural relations during their meeting. The official said the meeting, in Mr. Trudeau's Centre Block office on Parlia- ment Hill, ended with a com- mitment by both Mr. Trudeau and Mr. Palme to "enhance and increase" the safeguards attached to sale of nuclear reactors to other countries. The two further agreed to cooperate and seek the help of other countries in developing' more effective ground rules for policing the safeguards GIVEN PRIORITY The official said the subject was given priority by the two leaders because both are con- cerned that the increasing use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes is adding to the num- ber of countries capable of producing nuclear explosions. Mr. Trudeau said Canada leads others in maintaining strict safeguards because of recent decisions to include ex- ported nuclear technology in the areas to be covered by safeguards. Canada is selling Canadian-designed and built nuclear power stations to Argentina and South Korea and is trying to make other sales abroad. Mr. Palme was to continue his tour in Winnipeg today and then visit Victoria and Van- couver before returning to Sweden late Monday. He attended a dinner at the prime minister's official resi- dence here Friday night following the afternoon meeting with Mr. Trudeau. International TV ads under gov't scrutiny OTTAWA (CP) Commu- nications Minister Gerard Pelletier said Friday the issues of Canadian advertising on American border stations and special tax status for domestic versions of Time and Reader's Digest are similar and hinted action may be taken on the television question. "The two questions have such similarities that they have been considered as one problem Mr. Pelletier told the Commons communications committee "I suppose there can't be two different decisions, because the problems are almost the same." The government has an- nounced it is reviewing the special tax concessions granted to Time and Reader's Digest, which produce Canadian-oriented versions of their publications. Time has said any action to end special status might mean the death of the Canadian edi- tion. Reader's Digest has in- dicated it will not vacate Can- ada. The comparison of the situ- ation of the magazines and television advertising arose at the committee when J. Patrick Nowlan napolis Valley) asked if the In- come Tax Act would be used to promote a national identity through restrictions on inter- national broadcast adver- tising. It would be inconsistent to deal only with United States- based magazines, he suggested. 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