Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
12 IHE LUHBRIDGE HtRALD Monday, 30, Economist says China reverse socialist order WILLIAM L. RY.NN M' Special C'lirrpsponilciil An Anslralinn reiimmm! who rcnl several m.ralhs recently in China on a research mission jcoa.il. This would be an iiiiiuis- lakalile sign that Peking has I" rear from Ibe Tniled i from Uio Soviet Hussians nc- savs Mao Tse-lung has an eeo- nomie "game plan" reflecting a "r I'olcnlial Peking cnc- bigh measure of confidence in China's technological fulnre. If this economist's conclusions are correct, i! would appear t'rinCI' Cl'HKII'C thai Mao has decided upon new heresies from ism-Leru'nism which will signifi- irffliliii cantly widen Ihe already yawn- f ing chasm between the Chinese and Soviet systems. LONDON' (API 1'iincc Chairman Mao's followers all Richard of Glonce.sler. 27-year aiong, have been un- old cousin of The Queen, was concerned about Russian reae- evasive today about reports be (ion as they developed Iheir Dim i plajis lo marry Birgille Van brand of agrarian socialist rcvo- Deurs. a 24-year-old Danish sec- lution. realry. Bruce McFarlane in Ihc latest all] ]mt prepared lo say issue of the monthly. Innova- yes: I am not prepared to say lion, a journal devoted lo tech- a reporter "If I nologj-. says JIao's current announcement il will game plan involves a new dial- he Hirou'eh (be official chan- lenge to the Kremlin. Soviet dogma says that in the develop- j jlm, j, of ment of a socialist economy, the Dllke o[ ancl is 10Lll priorities are heavy industry, in Ibe line of succession lo Ihc light industry and agriculture, JIiss Villl Dclirs is ,hc in that order China, says Me-1 ot a Danish lriwyer Farlaiic, intends lo reveree the j Thcy mcL five ago order. -both were Kludcnls al Cnm- 1 bridge L nivcrsity and have1 Secondly, Mel-arlane boon goinp logclhcr since tlie Chinese lesocr.s iniend to halt further industrial. n part- Yd another Mao move, says the arlicle, will be to promote economic construction ahead of military expenditure. "He proposes a jMilicy Ihat combines 'millet plus rifles' plus nuclear weapons rather a policy nf 'aiiplanes and big guns.' McFarlane writes. "If this sounds puzzling, re- member Ihat China is less vul- nerable to atomic weapons than luissia or the U.S.A.. that big i f guns and airplanes would have to he built in prime target areas such as Anshan in northeast China." There are good reasons for a Chinese devefopmcnt based on agriculture. For one thing, China has far too much labor force. The creation of jobs is far outrun by availabilily of laljor, Development of an agrarian so- cialism would avoid transfer of laluir on a large scale to the cit- ies and thus also avoid Ihe clas- sic pailern of early ISt h -c e n t u r y Europe, which proved painful. SUPER TOT Barbara Brown, 4, makes 1he lifting of this pound tire, used by 150-ton gravel trucks, appear to be child's play and il is. Barbara is being assisted rn her efforts by a chain hoist at an Edmonton lire supplier. It's a mod, mad I'ONTIAC, Mu'lt. (API An elderly man dressed in elolhes was reading (In; posters outside a movie thea- tre when (he Ihcalre manager noticed him and offered him a job. "Would jou like lit Lhe inanapcr asked. "1 need n janitor.'1 "No, Ihank the n-jin replied. "I've worked for 52 years and lhal.s enough.1' The manager clidn'l know Ihal he had just offered Hie janitor's job to Louis G. Sea- Ion, 65. retired last year as viec-president for labor re- lations of fteneral Motors Corp. after many years as chief labor negotiator for Ihe giant auto-make.. "I to put him on a fieaton said later. "Bui I just didn't have the heart." "I guess someone remem- bered what if looked like." A thief broke the front ivin- dow of Ibe poliee station and stole Hie nlanl. 3IAMMTTA1V BEACH, Calif. (AP) "I just llMiighl il nould be n crazy surprise for Deanna Sehoop said of why she ordered a Second World lank as her honey- moon "gel-away" ear. 'Hie lank, arriving a half hour afler Ihc church ccre- Air charter turned down menf in the northwestern and central provinees and switch lo Mlss industrial buildup along Ibe Danish emhas-y. ATTENTION TWIRLERS! BATON CLASSES BEGIN OTTAWA (CP) A bid to start a new air charier opera- tion in unani- mously opposed by existing air- been turned down by Ihc Canadian transport commis- sicn. In a judgment released Fri- day, Ihe commission ruled that Ibe public interest does not re- quire the new jnlernational service proposed by Ontario Ltd. of Burlington, Oin. v.'orldair's application for a charier license, supported by the Ontario government, was Instructor: LOIS (Marker) OFFET NOVICE OR ADVANCE CLASSES IN p V C Conlest Twirling 0 Fire Baton Dance Twirl Show Twirling Very limiied Regiiiratior, Per Further Information Plic MRS. OFFET 328-1 Earnings down CALGARY (CP) Earnings of Canadian Homestead Oils Ltd dropped lo or eight cents a share during the year ended May 31. compared S4H.OOO or :0 cents a share the previous year. Gross income wsf. S2.693.000. up front S2.5TB.OOO, while cash flow- increased to from The decrease in earnings was mainly due to increased pro- duction costs and higher depre- ciation and depletion charges, the company said. opposed at hearings in .January j by Air Canada, Canadian Pa- cific Aii' Lines, Wardair Canada Lid. and three regional air car- j riers. Worldair'.s plans i n v o 1 v e d leasing of a DC-8 slrefch jet capable of ferrying 250 passen- gers or -M [ens nf cargo. The new company said il intended to dci clop a iv o r 1 d J cl e cargo charter service by establishing a financial base a passen- ger charter service. The commission concluded I that with only one plane, j dair wouJd be unlikely to make I "any noticeable inroad" into the share of the market held by for- eign charter airlines. In effect, a new Canadian earner would only weaken the competitive position of cxiitmg Canadian lines. SPANISH FORK, Utah (AT) Police Chief Ned Grant had been nurturing a marijuana for ed- ucational sev- eral monlhs. It grew eight feet tall, something of a botanical won- der, at least for a LTlah-gvown marijuana plant. "We were using the plant during lectures lo show people what marijuana looked Grant said. Nerve gas moved HONOLULU (AP) A cargo ot tons of nerve gas and mustard agenls has arrived at remote Johnslon Island 715 miles southwest of Honolulu. The army reports Ihat the gas, shipped aboard the U.S'.S. Miller, was ihe fourth of si-v I planned shipments begun in January' lo remove tons 1 of chemical munitions mony began F r i d a y. was mil with colorful bal- loons and ribljons for ]Wiss Sehoop's marriage lo Kenneth Beaulicii. "I cornered a couple of neighborhood children n n (I they decorated Ihc bride said. The lank rented from a local man, rolls down llio highway, liirrcl and all, at lo 00 miles an hour, she said. is an army re- servist who is an aide lo a general in an divi- sion, she said, but added that she made all the arrange- herself in secret and that "the general's going to be surprised loo." The couple planned a honey- moon trip lo the Orient after ll-.L-ir chaiiffcured tank rum- bled Ihe 20-nmiute drive Ire- twecn the church and the Weslchester Officer's club for a wedding reception. FlIII! KILLS S j NEW DELHI (AP) Ei.rjil women workers burned to death in a fire at a match factory in southern Madras state Satur- day, United News of India re- ported yunday. FRAME STYLES FROM AROUND-THE- WORID OPTICAL. PH.f5.GRIP.TIQN CO ?H .AHAU.S SKIZKD TICL AVIV (API Israeli se- curity agents have netted one Arab guerrilla, and 19 other Arabs suspcclr.d of aiding Ihc guerrillas, during recent round- ups in the occuped town of He- bron, the military command an- nounced Sunday. 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