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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta I THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wodrmday, Aucjuilt 4, 1971 Stanfield backs Red China entry OTTAWA (CP) Progressive Conservative Leader Robeil Stanfield held a news confer- ence Tuesday to talk about Japan, but spent an hour an- swering questions about China and explaining how lie favors the entry of the Peking regime into the United Nations. He also said lie would support the continuation of Chinese Na- tionalist the you'iiimenl of Taiwan. Mr. Stanfield, who re'urncd Sunday from an Asian tour which' included six days in China, said Communist leaders were emphatic in saying they regard Taiwan as a province of China. This was clearly the most important question to be faced by U.S. President Nixon when lie visits lhal country. The Conservative leader said there was no indication of any pre-condi'-ions for Ihe U.S.- China talks. However, Chinese leaders had said lhal Mr. Nixon would have to change some of his views by 180 degrees if progress was Lo he made. Mr. Slanficld opened his con- ference with a statement about Ihe importance of "paying ade- quate attention lo Japan." With all (he current emphasis on China, lie said, it is important lhal Japan not get the impres- sion it is wilhoul friends. Everything possible should be done to step up contacts be- hveen Canada and Japan, two big trading na'.ions outside the major blocs. He was surprised to learn thai no Canadian jour- nalists arc slalioncd in Japan. But after this opening state- ment, all Ihe questions nnd an- swers related lo China. He said lhal so far as Chinese membership in Ihe U-M is con- cerned there cannot be a two- China policy. There is only one effective government, lie said. The question is whether the Na- tionalist government wants to remain in the UN as Ihe repre- sentative of Taiwan. This would have lo be settled by the UN ilself. Asked whclher he has been asked to consult wilh Hie Ameri- can government about his trip, Mr. Slanfield said: "The U.S'. government is not demanding my services yet any- more than the people of Canada arc yet demanding my serv- ices." Apart from Taiwan, he said, the Peking leaders also pointed to the American military pres- ence in Asia as an important subject for talks wilh Mr. Ntxon. They had emphasized the importance of U.S. with- drawals from Korea, Japan and Tauvan. He didn't forsee any sensa- tional breakthrough in Canadian exports to China. But Ihcre was for Canadian industrial and business consultation in iclping to modernize China's teclmology. The people and government o! China seem to titist Canada, he said. He was "very hospitably used and entertained" during Ins visit, and his strongest impres- sion concerned the vast num- bers of people in the congested cities of China. ROBERT STANFIELD Goes to Washington o OTTAWA (CP) Conserva- tive Leader Robert Stanfield will have talks in Washington wilh Henry Kissin- ger, special advisor Ic- President just lln-ce days afler re- turning from a visil lo China. Mr. Slanfield is going to Washing! on (o address an evening meeiing of Ihe National Press Club. His office an- nounced Tuesday that he. has also accepted an invilation io have talks with Mr. Kissinger, presumably aboul his Irip to China and his lalks wilh Com- munist leaders there A spokesman for Mr. Slan- field said Ihere may be other meetings wilh U.S government officials but no definile an ange- ments had been made. Stench of rotting crops fills Alberta area air Ottawa i OTTAWA (CD A revenue department spokesman said Tuesday (lie government lias returned to n whose payroll deductions and other tax payments exceeded ivh.il they owed last year. The average amount nf mil refund was These figures were compiled by Uic ricixirlincnl al Iho end of July after it was estimated to te had received about 95 per cent of the 1'JVO personal income lax returns due last spring. The deadline for filing returns was April 30, but there are still some returns expected. The penalty lor late filing is a flat payment of five per cent of the mvijjg, plus six per cent a year for as long as Ihe lax bill is unpaid after April 30. The revenue department esli-mated that 9.3 million lax returns would be due last spring. As of Aug. it had received and run them through the revenue department computers. Another mostly ones that were filed late awaiting computer assessment. By Aug. 1 a year ago, the revenue deparlment had received and computer-processed C.G million returns, and had another on hand. It had then paid out in refunds, with individual cheques averaging S150.29. REFUNDS RUN HIGHER This year's refunds are running 11.4 per cent higher in total volums, and 20 per cent greater in the average amount of individual cheques. Two factors, at fesst, contribute to the increase: There are more taxpayers, and more taxpayers made more money last year than they did ;n 1909. When Ihey enter higher brackets, the chances of overpayment grow particularly contributions, would have more than the maximum de-dueled from Iheir pnycliequcs and would he alile lo claim the overpayment as a refund. Tile maximum payment in 1971 is JCG.-IO, lobe paid by both employer and employee, ur for self-employed1 persons. Dirty MONTREAL (CD Wartime soldier Aime Lafoi'csi of Monlrcal is so impressed with the impending return of his dirty socks left in England 25 years ago that lie is going to other people "because you nei'er know what else 1 left behind over ihcre." Recently, Mr. Laforcst HTule Mrs. Nellie Blair of Northamptonshire asking her to visit the home where he was billellcd in the Second World Wai1. Mrs. Blair pulled the tan socks from a "there's still a lot of life left in them" and promptly posted them to Mrs. Laforest. They haven't ai rived yet because she forgot the airmail stamps and they're coming by ship mslead. One of ihe more mysterious aspects of the case is that Mrs. Laforest met members of the Elair family in the depi tfrvcninfi years but the question of dii'ly socks was r.u-vcr raised. Mr. Laforest said "I was called unexpectedly Lo duly and in Ihe rush I forgot lo get the socks from a dirty laundry plan meeting in Quebec OTTAWA CCP) The national executive and parliamentary caucus of the Social Credit party decided here to hold a meeting in Quebec City Sept. 12 lo discuss tlie creation nf a federal executive council for Quebec members of the parly. The decision was made at a three-day strategy rauvcntion. A party spokesman said dele-gales lo Hie closed door mecl-ings also discussed the parly's leadership convention to be held in October as well as electoral strategy for the next federal elections. However, no details were available. Tlie 13 members of the Social Credit party represent Quebec ridings. aheat: PRUDHOE BAY. Alaska (Hewer) Colin Irwin sailed into Prudhoe, Bay on schedule north coast Tuesday after a 180-mile livo-day voyago from Barrow in his attempt to become Uic first person to sail the Northwest Passage alonn. The 25-year old English sailor was ahead of schedule in Ins journey along a strelcli of Air tic Ocean close to the polar ice pack. His 10-foot sailboat Endeavour is construcled of mahogany, fi-breglass and copper shrilling. After a rest, Irwm plans lo sail to Barter Island, about 140 miles of Priulhoe Bay 1-lis plans call for wintering with Eskimos, possibly near Victoria Island in the Canadian appointed to TNORAD post OTTAWA (CP) Maj.-Gcn. William K. Can1, 45, of Grand Bank, Nfld., forces training commander at Winnipeg, has been appointed deputy chief of staff at NORAD headquarters at Colorado Springs, Colo., the de-fence department announced Tuesday, lie replaces Maj.-Gen. G. San-foid Austin of Kamloops, B.C., who is New president CHICAGO (AP) Mrs. MUMS YORK, England (CP) Cecil Heath of London was elected president of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union at Ihe world organization's 25th triennial convention Tuesday. Mrs. Heath had been corresponding secictary of The Alberta Provincial Museum and Archives keeps full tape recordings of the sessions of the Alberla legislature from 1965 to 1971. These can be used likely lo bi east-feed their babies than are other mothers, says a doctor in Yorkshire. "The upper classes want to give their babies a hitler chance of avoiding infection." Dr. John Page says in a have additional exemptions. refunds include overpayment of contributions to the Canada Pension Plan. Employees who shift from one job to another, or hold two DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Bifllol Mechanic Metropolitan 328-4091 iimTJi M V jp' RED DEER (CP) The "stench of rolling crops fills the air" in parts of central Alberta following a hail and wind storm that caused damages businessmen appear to be large. A spokesman for J. A. Martin and Sons in Red Deer, implement dealer, said ne was looking for a cut in sales (his year because of Ihe storm. timated at SIO mfflion, the berta Hail Studies centres says in a report. It described the storm Julv 23 as "the worst since early 1950s." "Fields that last week were lush green and very lunar of a banner crop are turning yellow and the of rotting crops fills the (AP) Ihe men were tired, The storm came on a her was a place to si'.. front between and a "great they wanted lo go home "Mountain House, Rimbey, but in the end their lunar module Falcon, ley, Sylvan Lake and Red parked on a lonely cleclionic navigation narrowed to a 10-mile swath and abandoned. The showed them Ihe way. Joffre, Nevis, Stetller that could, and then look Ihcm Ihere. Petered cut at needed any Rover is remarka- In addition to the they said go, said Sco It. "We're loss by farmers, ancillary through craters, a', aboul eight clicks es to implement dealers mountains, over kilometres, about five per College men whooped and hollered with delight. "Wow, bucking Trwin called at one point in Rover's three big SB-million, clcctrically-poweied car has wire mesh wheels and looks somewhat like a beach buggy. Its front steering conked out before the carried the men 17 miles, farther and faster than they could go without trip Saturday, but UIR rear-wheel steering performed sufficiently. The astronauts repaired the mechanism be- tell you, this is the way to travel nice and cool." said Ihe next two trips by realigning its electrical eiraiils wilh Ihe aid of inslniclions ra- HEGfXA (CP) from earth. Cut there's no way lo return Jlinister Gordon MacMurchy says il is "incredible that lo earth. 11 was carried lo the moon in Ihe liinat' module one in the education cannot survive the heat ment was aware of discussions to establish a joint Saskatchewan-Alberta community re-entry and there is no room for it in Ihe command module Endeavour. at the border community just parked (he lillle sel Ihe brake and walked "Nowhere in the files there any record of the cussions and he told the legislature during throne speech debale. Announcement of the project, which would involve campuses at Lloydminster and Vermil-lion, Alia., was made recently by Alberta education minister R. C. Clark. Mr. MacMurchy said later in a prepared statement that he met with officials of the Altor-ta Colleges Commission this week and "I believe we (CP) Twelve persons have been arrested in connsetion wilh Ihe gunshot wounding last Thursday of three youths at a suburban shopping plaza, police said today. The arrests had been made by early Monday and two more were made Monday night. The latest to be charged are Rocco Fuda, 23, charged with possession of counterfeit money, and Giuseppe Cordi, 34, charged ivith possession of a money to reveal war papers WASHINGTON7 (AP) Prusi- dent Nixon asked Congress Tuesday for a supplemental appropriation lo now proceed lo more definite discussions involving inter-provincinl co-operation in the proposed college The charges involve a lolal of 32 criminal offences including allemplcd murder, possession of a bomb, weapons immediate and systematic effort to declassify" Second World War dncumcnls. Nixon estimated the might take five years lo counterfeit and 10 limes as much j Loidy corn with attempted murder arc Frank Commisso, as lie now is rcqiio.stinR to review tho million p.'iges Joseph Deleo, 18. A cbf-sifird material. no longer issued for the arrest of a third man, Dominic Racco, While House spokesman declined lo an.su ei' reporters' _ ,1 charge of allempled her Di'1 roniro- il in Inc. over newspaper puhlica- the shooting of the secret Pa- LONDON. Ont. rCP) were reported in good the V J c f. n ;i nj Afler years of Retting it in hospital. They are the broad new deelns- r the ear. corn cobs arc in Boni, 1R, Daniel effort, but. mand, I. hank s to and Allen Hughes, k'ller lo CJ.'jr Alhcrl said the shooting -Speaker of Ihe House of. .Tack Urlin, who operates resulted from nn said the mas- Krn'm business here, says nt the shopping effort, is "if company has begun when a youth asked lo preserve respeet for extra for corn delivered of other youths for a sensilive materials l.hc cob, ,1 reversal of and was properly roni.iin d.'i.s.si- praelicc of p a y i n R a Thursday, two i mium for kernels youllK were al Ihe plaza. press secretary from Hie armed u'ifli a W.'inrn .svikl 11 review Mushroom growers up the Ihree victims include papers rohlinn lo found corn cobs make n n telephone booth Korean and Vietnamese enn- fertilizer, he J ON SALE: AUGUST 4 5 6 7 ONE SIZE FITS ALL PANTY HOSE AT A SAVINGS PRICE KRESGE PRICE 3 for 1 Stock up now for your [ate summer needs! Still popular shades available! 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