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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 'Thursday, Augosl 5, 1971 Nursing homes earnings rise CALGARY Villacen- tres Ltd., which operates nurs- ing homes, earned S2M.151 or 23 cents a sliare during (lie six months ended June 30, an in- crease from or 17 cents a share in the comparable period last year. PEASANTS ROADS HONG KONG (Hcutcn Chinese peasants o[ Sliensi province in northwest Cliina have built a network of high- ways linking 00 per cent of the people's communes there, the New China News Agency re- ported Tuesday. The agency said the peasants themselves provided the money, material and manpower" for the project. CARPET cud UNO (Complete InstallalionsD Freo Estimates) No Obligation! PHONE 327--B578 CAPITOL FURNITURE "Thn Carpet House of the Soulh" Peking accuses Rogers of bare-faced lying TOKYO (AP) Peking has accused U.S. Stale Secretary William P. Rogers of "bare- faced lying" in advocating what it called "lire preposterous prop- osition of two Chinas" in the United Nations. The attack Wednesday by Un- official New China news agency was the first public rcaclion from Peking lo Rogers' an- nouncement Monday in Wash- ington Hint the United Stales fa- vors a UN7 seat for Communist China but not Ihe expulsion of the Nationalist Chinese from the world body. The dispatch said Rogers "vainly tries Lo continue to ob- struct Ihc resloralion to the 'coplc's Republic of China of all her legitimate rights in the United Nations and insists on being (he enemy of the Chinese people." Noting Rogers said Ihe new policy is in accord with U.S. President Nixon's desire lo es- tablish normal relations wilh Peking in the interests of world peace, the agency declared fully lays bare the counlcr-revolulionary double- dealing tricks of U.S. imperial- ism which says one. thing and docs another." Rogers aJso said Ihc U.S. seeks to deal in its policy wilh BABIES IN THE SWIM-Whon is a Swimming Pool an Ocean' When you're a finy lot and jusl learning to iwim. But swimming lessons at Ihe age of Ihree months can provide wonderful benefits for holh parent and child. Andy O'Brien explains Ihe kinderpool prcgram of the YWCA in his Weekend Magazine feature this Saturday. IN IETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Peking noted that Rogers had told reporters that the U.S. would move to consider any (if expulsion of Na- lionalisl China "an important r e u i r i n g a two- Ihircls UN G R ii e r a i Assem- bly for passiigc. It as- st-rlod liiis ".shows whal pains- taking effort U.K. imperialism is makini lo have the Chiang gang bang on in Ihe Uniled The agency recalled that last j ear's UN vole gave Pe- kinc's admission a majority for L.L.fka iif iivai ui iw iijuj i i r it i i r 'the realities of Ihe world m "rel bul which we live" while not forgcL- ting "Die legacies of Ihp to which the agency replied: FORCE CREATED 'REALITY1 "This is bare-faced lying. Ev- erybody knows clearly that legacies of the past' Rogers talked about glibly mean Ihe Chiang Kai-shek clique which has long been spurned by Ihe Chinese people and created singlehamled by U.S. imperialism through occupying China's Taiwan province and the Taiwan Straits by armed forces. "Rogers' so-called 'realities' of two Chinas are his sheer fancy. There is only one China in the world. the required two-thirds. This year Peking has more support and Ihe 'J.S. is "faced wilh the predicament of being more iso- lalfd Iliau ever'' and as a result has lo change ils Indies. "The clumsy two-Chinas trick plavcrl by U.K. imperialism is absolutely illegal and futile." (he agency said. "Taiwan prov- ince is an inalienable part of China's Icrrilory. "The Chinese people reso- lutely oppose 'hvo 'one China, one Taiwan' and other ?iniilar absurdilics. Kidney operation for Perry Como LAS VEGAS, Nev, (AP) Singer Perry Como was in satis factory toiidUion in hospil hei-e recovering from a k ney stone ailment, a hospiU said. Como was taken lo Ihc hosf tal this week he b Tliis is of special interest lo ALL ELECTION CANDIDATES We specialize in WHILE-U-WAIT SERVICE on campaign aids such as constituency maps reduced to convenient letter sizer progress reports, voters lists copied. ''There's No Charge Far Our Ideas" Graphic REPRODUCTIONS LTD. 323 Slh Street South "XEROX COPY SPECIALISTS" 328-1033 Man missing following ai'ffument DAWSOM CREEK, B.C. (CP Police here and in Grant Prairie, Alia., are trying to cute a Calgary man missin since July 20 slier an argumen with a fellow employee from Dennison Mines site 140 miles south of this Peace River dis U'ict community. ROLF said yesterday tha Allan B. Thompson, 45, a epileptic who needs daily met) cation, apparently had a dis agreement with another ma while driving to [he mine froi Beaver Lodge, 50 miles soul of here. Thompson said lie woulc walk back home, but has no been seen since. Police beh'ev lie may have become lost in the Monkman Pass area. Get together with the cool bright taste of Old Vienna Canada's best tasting lager beer BREWED RIGHT HEREIN ALBERTA. CTKEEFE BREWING COMPANYUMITEO J'EIUIY CO.MO Ill hosplli came ill before going on for hi show at the Las Vegas Hilto hotel. The liotel said Como was no expected lo return before hi engagement ends Aug. 3. Come- dian Bill Cosby was called in t take over for Como. GOLD PRIZE WINNERS MOSCOW (Beuler) Th Japanese film Live Today, Di Tomorrow, directed by Kanet. Shindo, won a gold prize at Lh seventh Moscow Internationa Film Festival which ends Tues- day. Oilier gold prizes went t the Italian film The Confession of a Police Commissar to th Procurator of the Republic, di rected by Damiano Damianj and to the Soviet film A Whit Bird with a Black Black Patch directed by Yuro Ilyenko. TV SHOW DROPPED STOCKHOLM (Reuter) The Swedish Broadcasting Corp. decided to drop the controver sial U.S. television series Ci marron Strip, it was reportec Tuesday. Only two parts of the ]3-part western thriller series Nave been viewed here. The western sreies was described by critics here as gratuitously vio- lent. TOM IN COURT MADTSON, Wis. CAP) Singer Tom Jones was namec defendant in a battery suit filed in Dane County Circuit The complaint was filed by a awyer for Michael Maret. who described himself as a profeS' V! o> sional boxer from Miami Beach Fla. Mnref claims he was struci by Jones when he sought I enter a hotel room occupied by the singer, who was in Madison for an appearance June 7 Friends of Jones told police a the time Marel tried to crash a party in Jones's room and a fight resulted. Marct's action seeks for injuries and for loss of earnings. Attempts to extort OTTAWA 35-vcar-old .ransient has been charged with attempting to extort 5250.000 fr'om Canadian Forces head- quarters by threatening the armed forces with automatic weapons and explosives. Robert Charles Davidson was remanded for mental examina- .ion after he appeafed in court Wednesday. His arrest followed an anony- mous telephone call to Canadian Forces headquarters. The caller claimed possession of 900 auto- matic weapons and explosives and threatened to "turn the weapons against'1 military beadquaiters personnel wiUiin 24 hours if his demand for was not met. He said he would call again in one hour for their answer. Authorities traced the call to a phone booth in the lobby of he Belle Claire Hotel and staked out the lobby. An hour atef Davidson was arrested. The anonymous call was rfi- ceived in the military communi- centre, the scene of a errorist bomb explosion last which killed a civilian ero- iloyee. Business Failures off sharply TORONTO (CP) Dun and radslreet Canada Ltd. reports lat dollar liabilities of busi- esses that failed during June ere at a record level for the lontli but (he number of fail- res was off sharply. There were 193 failures in une, a five-month low, with lia- ihlies of J29.5 million. While the increase in total lia- ililies of business failures was ccounted for in a gain in fail- res in companies with more an in liabilities, the umbei' of failures was down in ost categories, wilh wholesale usiness the exception In (lie first half of the year a ital of businesses failed, inpared with in the first i months of 1970. However, abilities totalled up om last year. Geographically, the greatest crease in failures took place Albcita where there were 83 opposed lo 3.1 last year. icbec had the highest number, 5, down from 635 in 1070, and e greatest liabilities, compared with OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. LIMIT BUILDING HEIGHT LACUNA BEACH, Calif. (AP) Residents seeking to protect the smalltown air of this scenic southern California tourist have won a fight against what they call "visual pollution." Sixty per cent of Ihc regis- tered voters turned out Tucs- ay, voting to lo adopt a charter amendment limiting future building height to 3G feet. ;TV HIGHLIGHTS! TIIUHSDAY MOVIE: Duel nt Diuhlo, r> p.m., Cli. 7: A violent 19G6 western about a scout who seeks to avenge his Indian wife's murder. Stars James Garner, Sidney Poilicr. MOVIE: I'owilrrkcg, n p.m., Cli. II: Rod Taylor and Den- nis Cole star as two adventurers who are Riven a blank check lo rcicue train held b.v a Mexican revolu- tionary. COMEDY; Love, American ir, p.m., Cli. 13: Jo Anne Worlcy and Hal Buckley appear as a pair of losers contcmplaling suicide. UKAMA: Interns, S p.m., Cli. 7: Movie veteran Signe Hasso stars as a mental patient who is (lying of a myster- ious illness because slic will not talk. MOVIE: The Seven UlUr FH.VS, I'll, ill: Tbr. 1955 musical about vaudeville star Eddie Toy who hit the road with his seven children. Stars Eddie Foy Jr. MOVIE: The fortune Cookie, !l p.m., C'ii. 7: Waller Malthau won a supporting-actor Oscar lor his portrayal of a shyster lawyer who inveigles his brother-in-law lii institulc a phony law suit. With Jack Lcmmnn. 11LT011T: Here Ccmic the 70s, p.m., I'll. 13: Tech- nology is discussed in terms oi its social cost (pojlulionj and social benefit. MOVIE: The Benny Goodman Story, p.m., Cli. 13: Steve Allen stars in (he 1955 biography of (he famous band- leader. MOVIE: Tlic Diamond Wizard, 1 p.m., Cli. A U.S. federal agent arrives in London to track down the Uiieves o[ million. With Dennis O'Kecfe. SPORTS: Canadian Football, 5 p.m., Cli. 7: The Saskat- chewan Boughrjders meet the Argonauts in Toronto. Trimbles Programs lilted by the radio and telflVUton itoHom. Any variation in program ihedulet it due id by Ihe ttaiiont nnd It not thfl responsibility of the Herald