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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueiday, Auguil 15, 1972 THE LFTHBR1DGE HERALD 13 QUICK STOP Former U.S. allorney-generat Ramsay Clark mada a quick stop in Honolulu this but was whisked through customs and did not Jalk lo reporter before boarding a flight to San Francisco. Clark, who spcnl Iwo Vr-eeks in Norlli Vietnam to inspecl bombing damage, carried a conical Vietnamese farmer's hat in a plastic bag as a souvenir of his controversial expedition. Sharp has busy schedule ahead on China trip PEKING (ReuLor) Kx- Icrnal Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp arrives in China today for a 10-day visit (luring which he will hold talks with Chinese leaders and open a massive Ca- nadian Ir.jdo exhiliilirm in Pe- king. The minister, who will he ac- companied by an official party of about 15 and 2-1 journalists, will arrive In the southern city of Canton by train from Ifontf Kong. He wilt spend a day sightseeing there before flying to the capital Wednesday night. Sharp is tine lo spend five full days in Peking and will slay in recently-converted govern- ment guest house in the city's old legation quarter which was the United States embassy in prcOomimmiHt China- As well jis opening the track? exhibition Aug. 21, SImrp is due lo hold four of with Chi- nese leaders ineUicfing Premier Chmi ICn-lai, foreign Minister Chi Peng-fci aixt Ilepnfy For- eign Minister Chirm kuan-liua Canadian sources here sai the discussions are expected to include Iriifochmn in view of (-'niiida's member- ship of the Intermit lonnl Con trol Commission, the reunifica- tion of Korea nnrt other inter- national subjects such as envi- ronment, arms control, nuclear testing and UN matters. WILL PltKSS HANI) .Sharp is expected to press for more people-lo-people ex- changes hetween tlic two ctiun- t.rios, notably in education and sports. II is (nought unlikely (hat he will discuss trade matters as an official Chinese trade mis- sion led by Trade Minister Pai llsiatig-kuo will be visiting Canada .it the same time Sharp is hero. A lolnl of Canadian firms will exhibiting nt (In; trade fair with the em- phasis on heavy industrial ma- chinery. Canadians are particularly keen lo diversify their exports to Chinn which at present al- most toally consists