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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Nixon likes band PEKING (AP) Throughout an eight-course three-hour ban- quet Monday in President Nix- on's honor, a Chinese band min- gled Chinese folk songs with such folksy Americana as Home on Hie Range, Turkey in the Straw, and America the Beauli- ful. Nixon was so impressed at the way the band executed the U.S. national anthem that he left the head table the final toast and strode to the bandstand to congratulate the startled band leader. With practically the whole press corps, Chinese and Ameri- can, surging in his wake, the maestro appeared to Ihink for one frightening moment that a hostile audience was bearing down on him. The banquet closed with Nbion goir.g from (able lo table end individually toasting more than 70 Chinese leaders wilh sips of mao-fai. the potent, .sor- ghum-based Chinese whisky. "Any minute now they start passing papers for us to said Henry A. Kissinger as the bottoms up toasts followed one another in profusion. SAT BETWEEN MXONS At the sumptuous banquet in the Great Hall of the People, Premier Chou En-lai sat be- tween the Nixons at a huge cir- cular head table beneath enor- mous floodlit Hags of the United States and the Peoples' Repub- lic of Cluna. A battalion of while-jacketed waiters served an eight-course Chinese menu that ranged from bamboo shoots lo steamed chicken with coconut. In moving from table to table for the personal toasLs. Nixon fixed each Chinese dignitary with a firm slare but compro- mised the formality loward the end by only touching the glass to his lips. Chou, in an earlier round of the same game, was more inclined to drain the cup. The Great Hall, built in less than a year in 1950's Great Leap Forward, can seat 5.000 guests at a banquet. For the Nixon welcome, about 700 U.S. and Chinese guests, including Hie entire White House press corps, were served at M tables. Peking's diplomatic colony was not invited, nor were foreign correspondents living tn the city. Wounding sentence reduced EDMONTON man's sentence for wounding with in- i lent was reduced lo Ihree years j from five when Ihe Alberta Su- preme Court ruled n mpji shouldn't be punished out off proportion to his offence just as an example to others. Alexander Mitchell of Stur- geon Lake was sentenced last October after he was found guilly of threalcning to kill a bedridden woman if she didn't give him a drink. Testimony showed Mitchell forced his way into the home and slabbed Lho woman in the fool. "In tbe past, we have looked dimly at individuals who want lo start a crusade by visiting punishment on an individual out of all proportion lo Ihe of- j said Mr. Jiislice II. G. Johnson of Ihe appellale divi- sion. Mi. Justice E. W. S. Kane, another member of Hie Mu-cr- man appeal conn, in a minor- ity report riissenied with reduc- tion of sentence lie said Iho crime was a "daslardly as- sault" and saw mi reason In in- tcrfcre wilh the sonlrnce im- posed. HQ shifted lo Edition Ion EDMONTON (CP) The Northern Canada Power Com- mission has recommended that its head office be moved lo Kd- monlon, it was announced here. Shifting Ihe head office of the federal government utility from Ollawa still requires final approval, A. Dipby Hunt dep- uty minislcr of Indian affairs and northern development, said here. The commission employs HO people at he.nd office plans lo inainlain only a small re- gional olficc in Ollana. ay, February 73, 1972 THE inHBRIDOf HSRA1D 31 Canada may refuse to renew NORAI) agreement J. BENSON By JOHN BEST OTTAWA (CP) Canada in- tends lo keep its options open on future continental defence ar- rangements with the United States, Defence Minister E. J. Benson says. In an interview, the minister appeared to suggest that the government may refuse to renew the NORAD agreement unless it takes into account stra- tegic changes in the North American siluation. NOMAD, the North American Air Defence Command, was es- tablished by Canada and the U.S. in 1958 to counter a Soviet bomber threat, and renewed in 1968 for a further five years. Preliminary negotiations on its future may begin later this year. Mr. Benson, appointed de- fence minister Jan 28 after nearly four years as finance minister, declined to say whether he favors another ex- tension of the agreement. He noted the government's de- fence white paper, published last August, pledged Canada's continuing co-operalinn with thp U.S. in joint defence but did not High Kiver contract let OTTAWA (CP) A post of- fice will be built at H i g h River. Alia., by G. Shortt con- struction Ltd. of Calgary, win-: ner of a federal contract. I spell out what form this might take. "We will have lo keep our, rue white paper options open about the form of' threat from Soviet bombers has co-operation we may enter inlo J diminished in relation to the in the fulure, after looking with i threat from missiles. continue, should be broughl up lo dale. The white paper said Ihe I he U.S. at what the future Ihrcals appear to be." EXTENSION DEPENDS Another extension would de- pend on whether the wording is 'compatible with our view as lo what our role should be." At another point Mr. Benson said the agreement, if it is tn Mr. Benson said he foresees no increase in defence spending in the next year or 50, but is considering procurement programs (hat could cause sub- si anlial fulure increases. These included the possibility of purchasing a new fleet of de- slroyers, a new long-range pa- trol aircraft to replace the Argus and a new fighter air- craft. The defence budget, in the fis- cal year starting April 1, may lop 51.0 million for the first time since a freeae was imposed Ihree years ago, but the in crease is not expected to bo more than one per cent. SHOHT LIFE The average life ex In Indonesia is 47 years SIMPSONS-SEARS The Skin Game Everyone's playing it. And winning fashion raves in our buck-skin and lealher pant coals. Choose from our group of four. All are brave- ly belled and salin lined. Navy, camel, vanilla, alabasler, purple, brown, honey or tobacco in the group. Sizes 10 to 18 In (he group. Clearance of Girls' and Teens' Raincoats and Jackets 40% Off Last Year's Catalogue Price '71 Catalogue Price to NOW Now's the time to buy! We're dealing n wide selection of raincoals in short and mid lengths. And jackets in squall, safari and belled styles. Shop early for the best not all styles ore avail- able in all sizes and colors. And choose from most-wanted fabrics, including canvas, nylon cire, cotton and lealherclte in navy, red, beige, tan, white, and many olher colors. Girls' sizes 7-14 and feens' sizes 10 to 14x in the group. i? Maxi? Here's the diion hoot thai loves them both I 6'lull in sti-rlcli crinkle pnlrnl vinvl .In Ihs bailie ol llip Irnolhs it's great to discover one bool you can wear with either one. This style has an inside zipper and cot- ton net lining. IV heel; trended sole. Black or bone. Women's sizes 6-10 collectively. Reg. 9.99 Women's 16" Vinyl Fashion Bool Reg. 7.99 The wear anywhere bool thai has an easy-to-zip side zipper. Fashionable vinyl boots have treaded soles for safely. They look groat wilh whatever you decide lo wear, whelhor long or short. Available in black only, Sizes 6 to 10. Quality Cosls iMoro at Simpsons-Scars Children's Fashion Rainbools Waterproof Kubbcr Kool These boots for either boys or girls really keep little feet dry. Available in black only. Sizei 6-4. 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