Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
g _ THE IETHBRIDOD HERAID Tueiday, October 26, 1971 Canada won't bargain for U.S. tax removal Roman Catholics throw eggs NEW YORK (CP) External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp said Monday night that Canada Vvill not bargain with the for removal of the 10-pcr-cent import surcharge. Appearing on the NBC television program Nightly said that like the rest of the world. Canada did not want to get into a trade war. AVOIDS TRADE trade wars and we are doing our best to avoid entering anv trade war wilh the United States." As' cd whether he was to U.S. economic problems. jrfflKA} V "I don't really look upon this set of curcumstances as repre- ,1, senting any deterioration in American-Canadian relations." vyi [tress uivu HOME (Reuter) A group of traditionalist Roman Catholics threw eggs and started the Catholic and condemning the "banalities and de-sacralizatfons" of the beat Mental health services the U.S. solve its balance of payments problems, but added: "I don't Hunk the U.S. heard some of vour officials say we (Ih- U.S.) don't care about a trade war, we can win he said. "No one Canada would not bargain for removal of the surcharge, Sharp replied: "Well, that's added, "but it is a situation RPHlifr 2 that will have to be handkd i with great care so that it JfSfSBttBK doesn't have negative repercus- y in a Rome church Sunday night to express their "disgust" at a mass celebrated with guitars and It claimed the parish was taken over by a committee in which well-known Marxist- to produce the best said the U.S. must He suggested that if the surtax continues, public reaction that Canadians resent the surcharge because they don't think they have a portion ot the interview JIU not broadcast but made avail- able by NBC, Sharp said that if the Canadian Martyrs in a poor Rome suburb, began ends health services in rural Alberta are in desperate need of improvement, Dr. C. P. Helton of Edmonton told a mental health workshop. Mental health care in acute disease hospitals and auxiliary and nursing hospitals outside metropolitan areas is either non existent or at best completely inadequate, he told might force Ottawa to impose retaliatory measures. "In Canada as in the U.S. there's a very strong feeling of n a 1 i o n a 1 i t vSharp said. "Americans are proud to be Americans and Canadians are proud to be Canadians and they don't like being pushed about." He added: "The. United States must rem.mber that we day ivilli K kin TORONTO (CP) Margaret Trudeau flew here Monday to spend the day with Lyudmilla Gvishiani. daughter of Soviet Premier Kosygin. Tile two went shopping, safely code now in effect OTTAWA (CP) Amendments to federal motor vehicle safety regulations requiring a two thirds reduction in the amount of hydrocarbons surcharge continues, it will have "a very, very serious ef- feel" because it affects hil- lion in Canadian exports to the k, u.s. Asked what significant devel- opments had occurred in Can- ada as a result of the levy, Sharp replied: "I know your president is worried about unemployment in at the end of the mass. Members of the Christian Civilization movement, who want to restore the old Latin mass and other traditionalist elements in the liturgy, started hurling eggs and shouting "Clowns" at the singers. Benches were overturned and mass books ripped CAIRO (Reuter) The trial of former vice-president Aly Sabry and 89 other defendants on charges of high treason ended here and the court said it will announce Its verdict Dec. 9 in open session. Sabry is accused of masterminding an abortive plot last May to oust President Anwar Sadat with army help. The chief reason for this situation, he said, is a tendency for psychiatrists to practise in cities and a general lack of nurses trained in psychiatric U.S. persists in the kind of action they have already applied, or intend to apply, no government in the world can say its citizens won't demand of the Canadian-made movie Rip-Off. Mr. Kosygin did not attend. He spent most of the afternoon relaxing in his hotel suite at the Inn on the in effect, the transport department announced here. The amendments reduce the limit of emissions of hydrocarbons to two grams from six grams per can imagine that we're not very happy about the U.S. applying a surcharge that adds GUARD to our unemployment even if it MITCHELL SHARP may subtract very slightly from t bcnd that in the scuffle developed before the traditionalists left tie church. Later, Christian Civilization issued a statement backing its followers as "Catholics faithful to the crystalline purity A harness-broken moose once drew a sleigh 160 miles on the frozen St. John River in New Brunswick and showed no signs of being tired. CAR 10AD SALE! OF KRAFT j ENCYCLOPEDIA STORE IOCAT10NS THERE'S A CARLOAD OF VALUES THIS WEEK at YOUR FRIENDLY L-MART STORE SHOP FOR GREATER THAN EVER SAVINGS ON YOUR FAVORITE BRANDS!