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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE 1ETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, July 17, 1971 Approve environment survey CRANBROOK, B.C. (Special) Regional District of East Kootcnay is going to spend its budget item for an en- vironment quality commission- ed engineering study wiUiin its boundaries after all. The board was sharply re- buked early in the year by the deputy minister of municipal affaire for the budget item at this intermediary regional gov- ernment level on the grounds the senior provincial govern- ment Pollution Control Board already provided staffing for determining quality of environ- ment. The board replied that since it was denied copies of PCB report on environment quality matters, it felt responsibility to its constituents' protection by having a solid base for any anti- pollution bylaws it might pre- pare on a regional basis. Since any pollution permits for either industrial or domes- tic purposes are required to be submitted to RDEK board for perusal before issue, the board considered it should be inform- ed on potential plans and their effects on the environment, for which PCB documentation was the only resource, unless RDEK had its independently obtained informed documentation. Though no permission for the expenditure has followed, or the explanation acknowledged yet the board is undertaking com- missioning of the survey. RUN BY MACHINE Nearly every organ in the body can be kept functioning by a machine. SUPERSONIC CAR WASH "WE CARE ABOUT YOU AND YOUR CAR" 1819 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-6866 CAR Exterior Car Save vice with of 3 gallons of TWO MECHANICS TO SERVICE YOUR MECHANICAL NEEDS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK TO SERVE YOU BETTER ARMY, NAVY, AIR FORCE CLUB WHOOP-UP WEEK ENTERTAINMENT FOR MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS DANCE AND BE ENTERTAINED EVERY NIGHT DINING ROOM SPECIAL 21st to p.m. "CHUCKWAGON DINNER" Buffer Style Beef Slew Baked Beans 1 7C Variety of Appetizers............... I n I V DINING ROOM HOURS MONDAY THRU THURSDAY p.m. p.m. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY p.m. a.m. MONDAY 12-3 p.m.-Entertatnment by "HELEN" Courtesy of: Ed Hopp Garage Ltd. Dancing in the Lounge 9-1 HIGH Courtesy of G. H. Baxter and Son Ltd. (1965) TUESDAY 9-1 in the HELEN AND TONY Courtesy of: Acme TV and L and W Moving WEDNESDAY 2 p.m.-5 Dietrich Jr .and His Drums -FRIENDS Courtesy of: King Chrysler Dodge 9-1 a.m.-Dancing in the lounge-VINCE DIETRICH Courtesy of Varzari Iron Ltd. THURSDAY 9-1 In the lounge "THE TRAVELLERS" Courtesy of: B and E Hardware and Tray Pak Meals FRIDAY 9-12 Courtesy of: Frank Walker Men's Shop 9-1 TWICE" Courtesy of: Dale and Derek Martin and King Electric 2-5 Dierich Jr. and Hit Drumi FRIENDS Courtesy of: Free! Sheet Metal and Will Charlet- worth (Federated Mutual) Nixon's visit strengthens Chou's hand PREMIER CHOU A Moderate Service set up for inotoristr minus licence TORONTO (CP) A pri- vate business has been set up here to provide a chauffeur- driven car for motorists sus- pended from driving for three month or more as a result of a court conviction. The service is to begin oper- ation next week. Membership, available to all drivers over 25, costs a year. Known as the St. George Motorists Association, the club is an offspring of the St. Christopher Motorists Aso- ciation which has been operat- ing in England since Novem- ber, 1968. Peter Green, 37, president of the Toronto club, said the English club has mem- bers. "Experience in E n g 1 a n d proved that those who joined were mostly people with re- sponsible jobs who found a car necessary for their he said. NOW A TEACHER Tommy Tucker, a band lead- er 30 years ago, now is an asso- ciate professor of music at Monmouth College, West Long Branch, N.J. Try Before You UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAI CO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL 618 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-5447 John Roderick ot The As- sociated Press accompanied the United Stales table ten- nis team to China in April, the first American news agency correspondent to visit there since 1919. Rod- erick reported from Chinn from the end of the Second World War until 1948 and since has followed Chinese affairs closely. By JOHN nODERICK TOKYO (AP) President Nixon's decision to visit Peking immensely strengthens the moderate wing of Chinese com- munism, led by Premier Chou En-Iai, which seeks to advance Communist aims peacefully rather than through the use of force. The international Communist movement alternates between the use of war and the applica- tion of parliamentary, or united front, tactics in its drive to achieve its goals. China at the present time is in the peaceful phase, following the violence and excesses of the Great Prole- tarian Cultural Revolution. Chou, long an advocate of united-front tactics, has been entrusted by the party to serve as architect and spokesman of the new soft approach to the United States and the West. It was in this context that in April he made a sharp turn in the long hostile relations with the United States by inviting an American table tennis team and three American reporters to visit the Chinese mainland. The Nixon visit represents a personal triumph for the ur- bane, articulate 73-y e a r -o 1 d statesman-diplomat. If it is successful, there could be an end, at least for a time, to the Vietnam war. Tensions over Taiwan could be eased. The prospects for peace in Asia would be brightened. LEAD TO CRITICISM Failure would expose Chou's moderate line to criticism within the Communist party. The by Mao Tse-tung's wife, Chiang might persuade others of their tougher line of brinkmanship in relations with the United States. The faction which seems to hold the decisive vote is led by the army chiefs. They rose to positions of power in the prov- inces and on the central com- mittee after they were called in to suppress the fanatic Bed Guards during the cultural revo- lution. For a variety of reasons they want to see China stable and free of foreign conflict for the next five to 10 years. One rea- son is that the fourth five-year plan has just got under way. Its objective is to build China in- dustrially and militarily. The Vietnam war is an enor- mous drain on China's re- sources. If it could be halted on terms acceptable to North Viet- nam, the money and technicians now diverted to Hanoi could be ELKS PUBLIC BINGO 1251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 54 NOS. 10th GAME BONUS JACKPOT 49 NOS. NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWEDI PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS MEMBERS AND GUESTS IN CANTEEN ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONIGHT Saturday, July 17-4 HITS AND A MISS k Held Over by Popular Demand j RHEA RECORDING STAR "RUSS MARSH and The Country 3" APPEARING NIGHTLY DURING WHOOP-UP DAYS AT THE MINERS' LIBRARY 735 13th St. N. k MEMBERS AND INVITED GUE5TSI 4 4 employed in the five-year plan. The question of Taiwan is an- other one which preoccupies the Chinese military chiefs. They would like to see that potential danger spot defused so they could give their entire attention to the estimated one million So- viet troops on the borders of Manchuria. Chou's negotiating skills are being relied on to relax tension in bolli areas. While this writer was in China ui April, Communist party members said talks could be leld about Taiwan without the Anti-Communists to study China MANILA (AP Nine tradi- tionally anti-Communist Asian governments ended a three-day conference today with an agree- ment to give close study to events in Communist China. A joint communique omitted a paragraph from the first draft that would have pledged conti- nuing support for the National- ist Chinese regime's claim to be the only legitimate government of the Chinese people. Most of the delegates to the sixth ministerial conference of the Asia and Pacific Council also welcomed United States President Nixon's announce- ment that he is going to Peking. Members of council are Aus- tralia, Nationalist China, Japan, South Korea, Malaysia, New Zealand, Philippines, Thailand and South Vietnam. The other' ministers overrode protests of the Nationalist Chinese foreign minister, Chow Shu-kai, who warned that the Nixon trip could be a Peldng trick and "a result of the psy- Wheat sales sought EDMONTON new federal policy on grains will emphasize development of new markets for Canadian wheat, says Otto Lang, minister in charge of the wheat hoard. He told a news conference the government has committed million to finance a market de- velopment fund to find new cus- tomers. "There are dramatic possibil- ities in Japan and there are dramatic possibilities in Brazil. The developing countries such as Africa and Arabia also arc potential large buyers of Can- dian grain." U.S. COMPETITION Commenting on Pres i d e n t Nixon's planned visit to China and its possible effects on Ca- nadian wheat sales, Mr. Lang said, "well down the road I can still see competition but we'll just have to run a little faster to keep ahead." Britain's possible entry into the European Common Market should have little effect on wheat sales but "the feed grain side could be more he said. Gross sales of Canadian grain should continue to rise but there would be occasional dips "and the proposed stabilization fund would keep the dips from going too far." The fund would sta- bilize a farmer's gross income at 104 per cent of sales over any long period. HOW PLAN WORKS In good years, farmers would put' two per cent of their in- comes aside, he said and would be protected against a serious drop in cash receipts. "The plan is to pay farmers back three dollars for every dol- lar they put in, with payments made in the years when they are most needed. "However high sales may go, the farmers will.be getting in total 104 per cent of the sales value with the additional four per cent coming from the fed- eral government." chological warfare of Commun- ist China." Chow's government later filed an official protest with Washington. Chow had tried earlier to con- vince the conference that deal- ing with the mainland regime is futile. Farm levy waived OTTAWA (CP) The one- per-cent levy on farmers' grain sales under the Prairie Farm Assistance Act will be sus- pended Aug. 1. A federal agriculture depart- ment announcement Friday said the levy will be temporarily sus- pended pending final disposition of the government's bill to set up a farm income stabilization found. The bill also would discon- tinue the levy and phase out PFAA by July, 1973. The announcement said the Prairie Farm Emergency Fund established by PFAA has a credit balance which appears large enough to cover any pay- ments made for 1971 crop fail- ures. The one-per-cent levy applies to all farmers except those who have approved crop insurance policies. MADE A MILLION ISLIP N.Y. (AP) Richard Petty, NASCAR Grand Notional all-time money-winner, became the first stock-car driver in auto racing history to lop the million figure in earnings by winning a 250-lap race at Islip Speedway Thursday night. The victory, his 131st in 14 years of competition, was the 12th this season for the two- time NASCAR champion and three-time Daytona 500 winner. 'Jeep' Gladiator ier For large campers or heavier loads GVW TO IBS. Test-Drive the extra go-power of 4-Wheel Drive UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-2805 LABOR CLUB Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. WEEKLY BINGO EVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpott in 54 Game No. 1.................. 50 10th Game Jackpot, 11 Games Prize Money....... ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card SI.00 All Wood Cards SQg Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in the club room far mcmberi and their invited guests Music Friday and Saturday Banquet facilities prior withdrawal of American troops from the Nationalist is- land, the first suggestion of a softening position on this key issue. Trimbles I are listed by the radio and stations. igram is due to last-m'inute _f ns and Is riot the responsibility of the Herald or Trimbles Tire Supply. 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