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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta todays FUNNY AWBMAA/ MM* UP JcSTlMim piimm, r*. � wo t� HtA, mr. A CUBE A litre is the volume of a cube 10 centimetres on each side. ASHPHALT PAVING TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. WON! 328-2702 - 327.3610 Canada really started something OTTAWA (CP) - Canada really started something when it recognized the Communist government of mainland China last Oct. 13. Since then four other countries-Italy, Equatorial Guinea, Ethiopia and Chile-have done the same, bringing to 57 the total number that now have diplomatic relations with Peking, Others still, including Turkey and Iran, may follow suit. The latest to join the bandwagon is Chile, which Tuesday became the first South American state to establish ties with the Peking regime. A comparison of the recognition formulas used in each of the five cases reveals some significant points of difference and political nuance. It shows particularly a variation between the approach of the Western world, as represented by Canada and Italy, and the so-called third world as represented by Ethiopia and Equatorial Guinea. The formula accepted by the new Chilean government under Marxist President Salvador Al-lende tolls, interestingly enough, into the same category as the Canadian and Italian. A file of the various bilateral accords with Peking, as outlined yainjuqp ,% Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions Prescription Sunglasses  Children's Frames Magnifiers O Repairs  Reasonable Priest OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 308 7lh ST S IttHHRIIir,! fhon,- ill 3609 in official public declarations, was made available to The Canadian Press by the external affairs department. Italy and Chile in their respective joint declarations with China followed almost word-for-word the format worked out earlier by Canada and China. Like Canada, these two countries took note of Peking's territorial claim to the Nationalist-held island of Formosa without either endorsing it or opposing it. Formosa's status was the most contentious issue faced by Canadian and Communist diplomats during their protracted negotiations at Stockholm leading up to recognition. Canada acceded to Peking's demand that it sever relations with the Nationalists and vote for the supplanting of Nationalist representatives by Communist representatives at the United Nations. This last undertaking was not written into the Stockholm agreement. Later, there were rumblings in the Italian press that Canada had given away too much at the Stockholm talks, thereby undermining the bargaining position of Italy and other countries wishing to negotiate an accord with China. The only real difference between the Canadian, Italian and Chilean agreements with China was a housekeeping one. Ottawa and Peking undertook to exchange ambassadors within six months, Rome and Peking within three, Santiago and Peking "within the shortest possible period." Canada, Italy and Chile recognized the Communist government as the sole legal government of China. But they didn't go as far as Ethiopia and Equatorial Guinea, which recognized Peking as the sole legal government of "the entire Chinese people." The Formosan question was not directly referred to in the formal agreements between the two African states and China. On the other hand, the accords do contain a commitment by Peking to support Equatorial Guinea and Ethiopia in their "struggle against imperialism, colonialism and neo-colonial-ism." And they do contain in unabridged form the five Bandung principles of peaceful co-existence which Peking says should guide international foreign policies. For simplicity and crispness, nothing in the recent series can match the late president Charles de Gaulle's statement when France recognized Peking Jan. 27, 1965. In two sentences it said France and Communist China had agreed to establish diplomatic relations and to name ambassadors within three months. That wasn't enough for Peking, however. It released its own statement saying the agreement was reached on the understanding that France would cease recognizing Nationalist China, And it reaffirmed that Formosa is part of China, IrtMKtay, January f,|�7| . THE ItTHMlOOt HUAIO - Whiz kid arrives MONTREAL (CP) - One of Quebec's most spectacular immigrants is Alfonsito Wesh-ner-Portugal, a four-year-old who has dazzled numerous South American scholars with bis knowledge of philosophy, music and metaphysics. The sombre little boy with shoulder-length hair arrived here with his parents and Seal killing prohibited ST. JOHN'S, Nfld. (CP) - An order prohibiting the killing of polar bears in Newfoundland and Labrador was signed today by Resources Minister W. R. Callahan. Mr. Callahan said it was decided to end the hunting because the animals are an "endangered" species. He said the order would be proclaimed shortly. The order would apply to Eskimos and Indians in Labrador as well as white hunters. The animals follow drift ice south along the Labrador coast in the spring and often reach northern Newfoundland. Pope Paul tells bishops to speak out about faith VATICAN CITY (AP) - Pope Paul has told the bishops of the Roman Catholic Church that they and not theologians must "tell the people what God asks them to believe." In an exhortation made public yesterday, the pontiff called on Adult High School Lethbridge Community College School of Continuing Education WINTER SEMESTER: Preparatory and Matriculation clanos begin Monday, January 11 ar Tuesday, January 12, 1970 and will and Wednesday, April 21 or Thursday, April 29, 1971. Upgrading classes will begin Monday, January IS or Tuesday, January 19, 1971 and will end Wednesday, March 31 ar Thursday, April 1, 1971. Each course operates two evenings per weak 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. throughout the 14 weak schedule. COURSES OFFERED HIGH SCHOOL PREPARATORY BIOLOGY 120 CHEMISTRY 120 ENGLISH 120 FRENCH 120 MATHEMATICS 110 MATHEMATICS 120 PHYSICS 120 Tuee. and Thurt. Man. and Wed. Tuee. and Thurt. Men. and Wed. Man. and We'd. Man. and Wed. Tuee. and Thura. HE - S30.00 HIGH SCHOOL MATRICULATION BIOLOGY 130 Men. and Wad. CHEMISTRY 130 Tuee. and Thurs. ENGLISH 130 Tuet. and Thurt. FRENCH 130 Tuet. and Thurt. MATHEMATICS 130 Men. and Wed, MATHEMATICS 131 Tuet. and Thurt. PHYSICS 130 Man. and Wed SOCIAL STUDIES 130 Mon. and Wad ME - S30.00 UPGRADING 1ASK ENGLISH Tuat. and Thurt. MATHEMATICS 10 Men. and Wad. ENGLISH SO Tuat. and Thurt. SCIENCE �0 Mon. and Wad. HI - S30.00 (looks Included) Course* labelled "M" art equivalent to Grade IX level Courses labelled "110" art equivalent te Grade X level Courses labelled "130" are equivaent to Grade XI level Courses labelled "130" are equivalent to Grade XII level and may be used at preparation for the "30" or the "36" series lor high school credits. Students who desire "30" series credits will be required te write the Department of Education tinal examinations. Any of the courses listed at the high school level may be used for credits towards the High School Diploma. NOTE: Students registered in a regular high school may not register in the evening High Schoof Program without permission of the principal of the high school. Applications must be accompanied by a deposit of $5 which will be included m the total cost of each course, �alance of foes are due and payable en opening night of the class.  Deadline for application In each course ii one week prior to the dote scheduled for the clati to beflin.  Tuition fees listed for each course are based on the length of the course and the materials and equipment provided. C Registration may be made in person at the College or by mailing the completed application form together with the required fee. fl) The College reserves the right to with, draw any course for which there Is insufficient demand. 9 People who have registered in a course which has to be cancelled will be notified and will have their fees refunded. for further information please contact: SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION lethbridge Community College Lethbridge, Alberta 337-2 M< REGISTRATION FORM Please complete this form and return it, together with the prescribed fee, to the School of Continuing Education, lethbridge. Alberta Name ....................... Address ..................... Telephone......Occupation ... I wish to register in the following course (s): Course Name..........Fee: $. Course Nome..........Pee: $. Receipt No........... Date ... his bishops to speak out at a time when the Catholic faith is troubled by "an accumulation of ambiguities, uncertainties and doubts about its essentials." He lamented that the church is suffering from doubs about the priesthood, the ban on divorce, the meaning of life, and such essential dogmas as the Eucharist. He charged that "venturesome hypotheses" are inflicting "ravages" on Christians. The 3,000-word exhortation was dated Dec. 8. It was made on the fifth anniversary of the closing of the ecumenical council Vatican II, which brought intense change and ferment to the church. Since then the Pope has repeatedly condemned c h a 1-lenges by liberal theologians. "However necessary the function of the theologians, it is not to the learned that God has confided the d u t y of authentically interpreting the faith of the church: that faith is borne by the life of the people whose bishops are responsible for them before God. It is for the bishops to tell the people what God asks them to believe." "In the face of the ravages being inflicted upon the Christian people by the diffusion of venturesome hypotheses and of opinions that disturb faith," the Pope declared, "we have the duty to recall with the council that true theology rests upon the written word of God, together with sacred tradition, as its perpetual foundation." younger brother several days ago, His father, a pianist-composer, says the family hopes to settle in Montreal where his sons can receive the education they deserve. "We left our country, Peru," he said, "because the possibilities for the future are so much greater here. This is a young country with lots of room to grow." His two-year-old son already plays classical music on the piano but Alfonsito is the star attraction. The Weshners are the proud owners of a scrapboek which attests to Alfonsito's appearances before university professors in Lima, Costa Rica. Bogota, Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo and Colombia. Usually, say the newspaper clippings, the four-year-old is placed on a stage before groups of students and teachers who proceed to pepper him with questions. Queries about history, litier� aturel geography or philosophers such as Aristotle and Plato apparently leave Alfonsito undaunted. Mr. Weshner says his son not only knows the works and life of each philosopher but has developed his own theories and interpretation of their beliefs. "He learned all that in five months by reading a multitude of books. After that, he worked out his own conclusions." Mr. Weshher plans to arrange some seminars for Alfonsito ait the University of Montreal and McGill. Speaking only Spanish is no handicap, Mr. Weshner says. If Alfonsito hasn't picked up at least one of Canada's two official languages within a few weeks, simultaneous translation facilities will be provided. Charge laid following fire death CALGARY (CP) - A charge of non-capital murder was laid Thursday against Arthur Embury, 24, of Calgary following the death of a man Wednesday in a small house fire. Police identified the man Harold Hemmingway, 52, of Calgary and said he was asphixiated. Firemen found the body on a burning mattress when answering an alarm in the southwest section of the city. EX-MINISTER FINED VANCOUVER (CP) - Einar Gunderson, former British Columbia finance minister, was fined $125 in provincial court here following conviction on a charge of driving with a blood alcohol content exceeding .06 per cent. It's your move. Show us. Show yourself. In the Canadian Armed Forces you'll have a real opportunity for modern infantry training in  man's world of action among men. We're interested in you and we look after you. You'll get experience and good pay-You'll enjoy the benefits of 30 days leave each year. As wo* as the opportunity to m places. The Military Career Conn seMor will give you ail the da-tails on the infentfy-tmbg your move. BRIDGE TOWN HOUSE MOTEL 12 Noon te  p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 13, 1971 ;