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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Stanfield: Canada, have to live together TORONTO (CP) National- But for Canadian leaders to liatives in international -Notley ism not based on a by encouraging I welcome them as long as they CALGAUY (CP) The economy is merely an to use a Canadian involve some substantial results r, ___ Conservative to attack the U.S. is more as well as colorful style." Robert Stanfield said liere in inappropriate: "It is stu- There was little to be gained mcnt nas sluggish in speech reviewing a good deal to be lost if batting winter United Stales economic Stanfield was referring Canadians give the impression provincial NDP leader criticism of U.S. of thumbing their nose at old fjoUey said "Canadians and have to live together and policy by Russian Pre mier Alexei Kosygin in friendships while in the process of looking for new ones. 1 Thc Ailjcrt" erate with each other on this regret to say this is pre- snolllcl be making greater continent. We cannot afford what has been happening forts to overcome be at daggers drawn. Such Canada in recent years. To in federal programs, he said situation would be uncomforla ble for the Americans. "It would be tragic for us." It is clear, Mr. Stanfield told the Empire Club of Canada, the new economic policies was inevitable that UK closeness of Canada and th< U.S. and disparity between the two countries in terms of wealtl and power will result in friction But to act deliberately tc worsen the situation "is to mind, that is a reckless way to run a foreign policy." URGES TALKS Efforts to improve Canada's economic situation should involve serious negotiations with individual countries and release. Too millions a fiscal policy would mean the government could end up borrowing to keep people on welfare rather than borrowing to keep them at lished by President Nixon toward the such as the stitute a severe threat to Economic Notley said the Saskat- Canadian welcome new Canadian we can do to government decided a week ago to match any grants and sell goods to the widest variety of countries Is federal government wouk COUNTDOWN of our own to municipalities under a special loan program. WINTER there still is room for personal diplomacy between Prime Minister Trudeau and in Ontario, a fall session of the legislature is planned to approve a three-per-cent reduo- CANADIAN Mr. Stanfield said. tlon m province's share (SOUTHERN ALBERTA wasn't a matter of tax. to beg for pity, SAT., OCT. 30-1 la.m, toll "a matter of telling Mr. Nixon what he obviously doesn't know, and that is that Canada constable YATES MEMORIAL United States' best best supplier. on a matter of telling him that while we shall be hurt more by any drastic count will be serious ado Sales and tethbridge Honda Centre, ski in parts of his own WESTMINSTER, B.C. courtesy of Gotschnn Ski Ski Scene and too." (CP) RCMP constable will be on hand from Westcastle and Snow Nickel, who was involved in a car accident last Dec. Mexican wheat i K CA1HO (AP) Mexican Court "f. speeding at the produces nearly twice appeal by the B.C. attorney- EQUIPMENT CONSIGNMENT per acre as department. Ski equipment to be consigned mutt be brought to the Votes Oct. 30, a.m. to a.m. Equipment will be the Egyptian government said yesterday, charge was originally dismissed in Provincial Court by experienced personnel. 15% of sale Drice will be the end of a four-year Haney, 40 miles east of Van- tained by the Southern Canadian Std more than 50 varieties in tile Fraser Valley, from Egypt, the accident occurred. the United carries no fine or OVERPRICED EQUIPMENT WILL NOT BE Mexico. As a result of the jail sentence. Three Unsold articles become the property of Southern about acres of Nile points are noted on his Zone, Canadian Ski Patrol If not picked up at land will be planted wily er's licence. When a 7th Ave. S. between p.m., Sunday, Oct. wheat, the officials j accumulates 10 points, his cenct may be Friday, October 29, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID S BRANDS SALE Our quality brands are made under rigid quality specifications and guaranteed to please the most critical user. All are sold at money-saving prices. Shop while our BIG SALE IS ON. PRICES EFFECTIVE through Saturday, October 30th. Mix 'Em Match 'Em BEANS with SPAGHETTI Taste Tells in Tomato Sauce ......14 fl. oz. tin for Lucerne First Grade Tomato Town House Canada Fancy You give it all you've got. Molson Golden gives you all the good, smooth taste you deserve. It's the beer everyone enjoys. So get together...for a Molson Golden. Molson Golden ...you've earned it! TOMATOES BUTTER JUKE COFFEE CAKE MIX ICE CREAM FLOUR Town House Canada Choice 28 fl. oz. tin 3 48 fl. oz. tin Edwards Regular or Fine Grind Vac Packed Mb. tin Mrs. Wrights 7 Flavours 19-oz. net wt. pkg. 3 Snow Star 4 Delicious Flavours 2 GAUON TUB Kitchen Craft Harvest Blossom or Purity 20-lb. bag CONDENSED SOUPS MIX 'EM OR MATCH 'EM Town House Tomato or Vegetable 10 fl. oz. tin BANANAS TURKEYS Golden Yellow Canada No. 2 Washed Reds or Gems cello bag Pinecrest Frozen, Juniors Canada Grade A Olympic Brand Smoked, part skinned Ready to serve Whole, Half or Quarter STEAK or Roast Canada Choice Canada Good Ib. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SAFEWAY ;