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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 36 THE LETHBRIDGE HEKAID Wedneldoy, July Z8, 1971 Instead of a chorus five local students in the Op portunity for Youth program He was well satisfied with th work being done and urged the community to support the stu- dents in further work. Students involved in the pro- gram are Elsie Kalma, Brenda Myers, Fern Kano, Marty and Rvan Grifior, will suffer defeat for the first ime if it is put forward this fear. This is a procedural device used by the United States and jome of its allies in pas' years o make it necessary for Peking o obtain a two-thirds majority o gain entry. At last fall's General Assem- bly it was adopted 66 to 52 with seven abstentions and thus saved the Chinese Nationalists !rom being ousted in favor of :he Communists, who for the first time received a simple ma- jority. The vote on the main resolu- tion favoring a credentials switch was 51 to 49 with 25 ab- stentions. Its sponsors, led by Albania, have already re-intro- duced it for this year's meeting, with the added proviso that Pe- king get not only the Chinese seat in the assembly but also China's seat on the Security Council. Canada intends to vote for the main resolution, as it did in 1070 for the fiiSt time jus', after es- tablishing diplomatic relations with Peking and ceasing to rec- ognize the Nationalist regime on Taiwan island as ilie govern- ment of China. At the same time, it again voted for the 'Important ques- tion" resolution, thus helping ensure that Peking didn't get in This year, however, it ha: served notice that it will vote for mainland China all the way the procedural motion and in favor of the main rcsolu tion. MORE LIKE FRESH ORANGE JUICE THAN EVER! ff O