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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta i 4, Wl 21 Award For Hospital Sino-Soviet Border Talks Dragging feuding Communist giants to restrain passions and avoid a possible outbreak larfneale How much longer be Krem- lin's tap trtJUblMhwtittt aego- Deputy Itobter VasDy Kumeuwv, will remain In and U.S. officioli will a ovra large areo on .in CHtowa. MI Canadn.and the iMuing oU exploration permit. fcr.the area. for six year, or more.. Tfce money from health renorces fund, wifl be uaed.fw SB to bouse the ed- ia Pekiat a 'being asaad frequently a Eait Euro- peaa sad Westera eabasaiei. KubMfcmr bas low boea in Pekfec the head of aa maa Mfftiatiig team aJaee Oc- tober, one after the maiie Peking Airport mMCtag betwem Premien CBM and Atari Kasygja. That brief summit led to the current at- tempt to dona the tension between the1 tire cwntriei.' For some time, both Chinese and Soviet hire con- ceded that little -progress is being made at the talks, involve duly one or two formal sessions a week. The Chinese are Insisting tha the two countries should agree on mutual troop withdrawals at trouble spots a 1 o a g the mile common border before ae- rious negotiations begin on de- marcating the dicputed bound- ary itself. But the Ruatlani hare de- clared they need mae evidence of Chinese good faith aad will- bgness to settle the boundary and other disputes before with- drawing from potential flash- Ex-Premier Shot [n Escape Bid ADEN (AP> False! Abdul latiff, 32, former premier oi South Yemen, fatally wounded when he tried to es- cape from a detention camp, Aden radio said Friday. He was one of the f ounatn of the Sooth- era Yemci rulinj National lib- eration' Front; irhfch kd country to independence in Nor ember, 1967. poinU-particuUrly >ince many I areas are much heavily populated on the Chinese' side than on the Soviet side. But there remains a Hcond major block: China insists the Kremlin admit the present borders were forced on weak Chinese .emperon by Bus- in czars ia Ux last century. After'such a Soviet admission, x Chinese say they would not asist on huge slabs of erritory 'involved but wouid be prepared.-to raJfy the erbtinf wuadary more or in its present -form. The Kremlin, however, ada- mantly refuses to make an admission, since it susptcU that the Chinese might use it for their own purposes at a later stage when they hare become militarily stronger. Some observers here the purpose of the talka to find bow to achkve a defrw of coexistence after the id- eological feud of the 19M. But both side- deny UBS. Jiimbe Poy Offer LONDON (Reuters) Pilots British Orerseai Airways Corp. lifted their ban on flying Wmbo jets Friday after a jum bo-tiM pay offer, beKend to be about An increase of this die would put pilot's pay up to more than (ta.600) a year. EXPELLED VOR SPTDW BRUSSELS (AP) Savitch, a 35-year-old Soviet ea- pneer accused of spyiaf by authorities, was im- pelled from Belgium Friday. Savitch was officially sethaf So- viet trucks in Belgium, hot thorities charged he to set up a spy ring to NATO headquarters and tryiaf information on the French H> rsgo jet fighler pline partly Luilt in Belgium. 5 unforgettable circle tours offwng some of North greatest scenic attractions RwTBHCOUJMWA The great new YeHowhead Route Mount Robtprt, highest peak tn ttw Canadian Rockies, Is only one of the spectiRiilar .eights. this recently modernized route. From Jasper, a smoom.rib- bon of highway wends through majestic mountain scenery to an important Junction at Tete Jeune Cache (named lor the original "yellow a blond trapper who entered the area In Hera you can swing south and trace the North Thompson River through a region of fabulous fish- Ing lakes to the booming city of Kamtoops; then more sce- nic adventure as you return home by way of the Rogers Pass. Or you may continue west oh High- way 18, along the newest section .of this -Yellowhead routs..'. through an area of rugged rnoun-' tarn beauty to the major. Interior centre of Prince George. From. here, you complete an entirety different "circle1? by travelling northwest along the Hart Highway bib the Peace River country. The fabulous Pacific Coast Circle Whatever, your point of entry Into British Columbia, Vancouver.. makes a rewarding destination. And from this exciting harbour 'city you can begin one .of North America's great circle, tours. first, a car-ferry across Georgia Strait to Vancouver island then, driving norm to Ketsey Bay, you can connect with the M.V. pueen of Prince Rupert for an unforgettable 20-hour cruise along the faWed inside Passage. Yob drive off at Prince Rupert on the northern coast, starting point for a trip through renowned hunting and '.fishing territory ttong Highway 18. It's 467 scenic miles to George, where you can choose from thrse major return routes: south through the Cariboo, then east along the Trans-Canada Highway... northeast along the Hart Highway to the Peace River country... or east atong a newly- opened eectbn of Highway 16, through the magnificent Yellow- head, Follow the Rogers Past to scenic adventure AocMmed one ot the. world's finest teento routes, the Posers Pass section of the Trans- Canada Highway traverses ma- jestic mountain terrain. The tow- ering peeks ot me SeWrk Range sheer rock faces capped by eoormoua crests of vsst green vaHeya appearing suddenly in the moonttlnscaoe. The spec- tacular views continue to stoke then the scene Is less rugged, but no less rewarding. At f Salmon Arm you're on the south- em bank of Shuswap Lake, a I prime area tor camping, fishing i and water And a short drive south takes you to the charming Otanegsn Valley, a lush ribbon of orchards, beaches and resorts rimming a string of picture-book lakes. If you enter this region you can return home by the Southern Trans-Provincial Highway through the Kootenays. Or, continuing west from Salmon Arm, you might twlng north and I connect with the new Ytllowhead j pm fivough ttw The spectacular KootohisTy Loop I The southeastern comer of tlsh Columbia contains numerous) 'mountain ranges which harbour lush green valleys and dear lakes. It's a'region made tor camping and deep down relaxa- tion In doiens of unspotted scerto sortings. There's spectacular fish- Ing for Rainbow trout and Dolly Varden In lakes and countlesa streams. And (or added appeal, ,you'll find unique attrscttpns.liloi historic Fort Steele and the great dams of the Columbia River sys- tem. You., can, enter along thsr Southern Trans-Provincial High- way through Crows Nest Pasa; Then, after scenic trips to like the Arrow Unn.sn6 the re- sort 'centres alongiKootonay return by swinging north through the' East Kootenays along High- way 83. Or, if you'd prefer larger circle, continue weet to -'bsoyooa'and visit, tha Okanagan Valley on your way to the Rogers Pass, The Peace River Country beyond thi Peace'River country bjpMlrf. an" .extension of the great pralrla gram lands but Ifs also a region of towering mountains and tracWess -forests. Entering by Highway Z, you come to the' major ceritre rol Dswsori Creek, MBe 0 on the Alaska Highway. To north is magnideent territory for and fte slmpbi outdoor pleasures... and short side trip from Dawson Creek takes Vou to the site of the mighty W. A.-C. Bennett Dam on trw Peace River. For a. memorabto "circle? tour, travel southwaat along the Hart Highway, acroan the Rockies to the hub city of Prince George. Then take your choice of scenk; return routes: east along'Highway 16 through the Yeltowhead Pass... or south- east through the Cariboo, loopa'and the Rogers Pass. Seattle Festival of Sports A bonus holiday attraction for two weeks this spring Is the British CdumWi Festival ot Sports, May 16- June giant event wffl feature dozens'.of sports, from soccer to bocco, at numerous) communities throughout the pro- vince. A complete calendar of events Is part of our colorful Visi- tor's Kit T- for yours, mall to coupon today. Get ready now for a holiday ot discovery In, Beautiful BritWi Columbia. Mall the coupon to: British Columbia Department of Travel Industry, 1019 Wharf St, Victoria, British Columbia. d BRITISH COIUWBIA, THE j VACATION LAND I'd to takt a holiday tour of BiitUri Columbta rush KM I a complett Vtoilor's Kit I contilnlng a provincial map, j Accommodillon Directory (ltd ;