Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 4, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
Wednesday, September LETHBRIDGE IJUST LIKE TO COLOR IN THE PICTURES THEY MAKE SWELL BOOK COVERS With any purchase at participating Dam stores. (WHILE SUPPLY LASTS! Now you can get free Dennis the Menace Funsheets for your children. They'll have fun colouring the cartoons When they're finished they can use them to decorate their room or cover their school books good September 3rd to Septemb Dairif Queen Let's all go to the Dairy I CAM EVEN WRITE MY OWN JOKES cJ Tradwm.itk Canadian Tradomjfk American D.mv Q Knievel checks site Evel Knievel joshes with spectators Tuesday during an inspection of the steel ramp on the rim of the Snake River canyon near Twin Falls, Ida., from which he proposes to launch himself in an effort to jump the canyon next Sunday. Under the canvas is a heater which will provide hot water for the launch sys- tem. At left is former tennis star Bobby Riggs. Trudeau, Tanaka may skirt big trade problem Eatorfe Autumn _ ABRIC SALE TOKYO (CP) A busy agenda faces Prime Minister Trudeau and Japanese Premier Kakuei Tanaka when they meet later this month in Ottawa for the first Japanese- Canadian summit in 13 years. But officials here expect few hard announcements to follow the approximately seven hours that the two leaders will spend together during Tanaka's Sept. 23-26 visit to Canada. Tanaka is expected to raise broad issues such as trade, in- vestment, energy and the growing economic relationship that both Japan and Canada have with China. Cultural matters will also be emphasized. Japan wants to increase Japanese studies at Canadian universities and Canadian studies in Japan. One possibility, mentioned by officials in the Japanese foreign ministry, is a donation to the Lester Pearson World College near Victoria. But the talks are not ex- pected to resolve touchy issues arising from growing Japanese-Canadian trade. Canada has long been upset at the large volume of raw materials going to Japan and the disproportionately large flow of Japanese manufac- tured products to Canada. Ot- tawa wants a better export balance between raw and finished materials. Another issue is future Japanese investment in Canada. Although their invest- ment dollars appear generally welcome. Uie Japanese are confused by the resources dis- pute between Ottawa and the provinces, and the im- PREMIER TANAKA plications of such measures as the Foreign Investment Re- view Act approved by Parlia- ment, the act demands that foreign-financed projects be approved by a federal screen- ing agency. A joint communique will be released after the talks but officials here say it probably will not announce detailed agreements on thornier issues. Instead, it is expected to emphasize continued bilateral co-operation and ex- panded ties, leaving details for future negotiations at lower levels in both govern- ments. Tanaka's visit opens in Ot- tawa Sept. 23 and his talks with Trudeau will take place during the first two days. He flies to Toronto Sept. 25 for what has been billed as a ma- jor speech and ends his tour the following day in Van- couver. SUPPORT BIG BROTHERS and at the same time meet MISS CANADA attend a PRIME RIB DINNER AT THE ELKS CLUB SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 AT P.M. HMTMBSM in mnrito Efts w RWM 328-93SS Hun to 9 p.aj. ttter -3 Change of season. Change of wardrobe. Whip up your own individual approach to Fall fashions with great buys on fabrics at Eaton's now! Shop in person, by mail or call Eaton's Buy-Line 328- 8811, and get set to enjoy Fall! Donegal Tweed Skirts, pants, all look great in Donegal tweed look fabric. 35% polyester. 35% acrylic. 25% cotton. _ 5% other fibres. Dry clean. 60 ins. wide......... YARD 3.99 Polyester Blend Herringbone Weave Fancy double knit in classic herringbone weave comes in Fall colours. blend. Washable. 60 ins. wide....................... 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