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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HEBALP ThursdoY, July 1971------- APOLLO LANDING SITE Sketched on. an artist's visualization of the Apollo 15 landing site are the routes cf the Lunar Rover, or "moon on the planned three mobile excursions of astronauts David Scott, James Irwin to explore the front of the Apennine mountain range, the odjacent Hadley Rille, the intervening mare or plain and representative craters in the area. Craters in the foreground, called the North Complex, are believed of volcanic origin. The cluster at the base of the moun- tains may have been gouged out by debris during violent formation of more distant large craters. Spacemen can look but not touch Retarded boy foiuid alive CASPER, Wyo. (AP) A mentally retarded, nine-year- old who eluded seaichers for 30 days on an iMCO-foot moun- tain was found alive Wednes- day, tired but in reasonably Two-Chinas solution out good health. Five members of the Rocky Mountain Rescue Unit discov- ered Kevin Dye about two miles southeast of the cabin where he ran away July 18. MONT. KONG (AP) Cliou En-lai has '.old visiting Ameri- can students that Communist China rejects any attempt at a "two-Chinas" solution and will refuse to enter the United Na- tions if the Nationalist regime basal in Taiwan (Formosa) re- mains in the UN. The Communist Chinese pre- mier says the United States must get out of Vietnam as well as the Formosa Strait, but his discussion of obstacles to better U.S.-Cliina relations made it ap- pear he ranks Taiwan affairs ahead of Vietnam. Wha. he had to say nine days ago to a delegation of students in Peking was not new, but its repetition and the ranking Chou gave to a catalogue of issues gain importance in the light of U.S. President Nixon's accept- ance of an invitation from Chou to visi'. him before next May. The suggestion is that estab- lishment of state relations will be impossible unless Washing- ton recognizes Peking as the only legitimate government of China. As of now, the U.S. rec- ognizes the claim of Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalist regime based on the island of Taiwan since late 1949 and holder of the JN China seat, as the legal Chinese government. Chou rambled over a wide as- sortment of issues in hours with 15 visiting students from ;he Committee of Concerned Asian Scholars, who released the full transcript on their ar- rival here. Some of what Chou told them had been reported earlier from Peking. LISTS OBSTACLES The transcript revealed thai Chou sees four major obstacles to normal U.S.-Peking relations. He ranked them in this order: Vietnam war. state of war which still exists in Korea and the U.S. military presence there. aid to Japan, which Chou insists fosters a resurg- ence of Japanese militarism. Nixon, in acceping Chou's in- vitation, said the U.S. would Struck by ear EDMONTON (CP) Joel Dion, 13, of Spirit River was killed when struck by a car while riding his bicycle neai his home in northwestern Al- berta. continue to stand by its "old presumably including he Taiwan-based regime. Both Peking and the National- ists insist there can be no "two- Chinas" solution. Both insist there can be no "independent" Taiwan, cither, because they claim the island has been China's for years. Sports centre financed by lottery TORONTO (CP) Mayor Des Newman of nearby Whitby announced plans today for a S70 million sports and recreation centre which the municipality hopes to finance by a lottery. He said the centre, to be lo- cated in the municipality about 20 miles east of Toronto, will in- clude a stadium with synthetic turf for football, baseball and soccer and a seating capacity of an arena for spec- tators; an indoor 0 ympic swimming and diving pool; a horse racing track with a grandstand for a yacht club, arena and a hotel. Serving you with INTEGRITY STABILITY EXPERIENCE For over 60 years We write all kinds of INSURANCE HOME-BUSINESS-FARM- AUTO-cmd LIFE and can save you MONEY SEE US SOON- A continuous family enterprise for over 60 years 706 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge Phone 327-2793 HOUSTON (AP) Dr. Ihc Apollo 15 Simmons, chief scientist look into 1 ,200-foot-cleep the Manned Spacecraft ley Rillc on the moon wrote recently. dav, they'll be like two of the origin of less children peering rille would almost cer- a candy store be found. They can look but not perhaps more impor- The rille, or canyon, is rocks from a depth of steep for David Scott 1.200 feet would be col- James Invin to descend safely on foot. They can only Such rocks revealing the scribe what they see and change, or stratiera- of the moon could reveal That's frustrating to history more than any- tists who would like to else. what's at the bottom of the intriguing gorge. They would like progressive samples from the scientific need to examine racks from the bo'.tom of the rille is so great that many people have tried to Hadley Rilic could be as old as the solar system. 4.6 billion the problem of how to get Simmons said. "One prominent scientist sug- "Examination of the that the astronauts use floor and sampling of the rocks located there would crossbow with a string attached to an arrow for re- idea and others wore Is there something on this list you're looking explanations of the rille's origin include collapsed tunnels, diannels through which lava once and faulting of the Air surface. i Air Air Air car D Air Red- Rollaway Cot 30" Vibrator race Blenders-10 speed Booster Cables Car 3 Fraser Car lop 9 Car Repair B.C. (CP) Cement 3 to. entry in the British Centennial '71 Voya- Coffee Canoe Pageant was lead- Crib Crow Bar sets 9 VA" variable the ether provinces and territories in point standings Wednesday as 12 canoes re- Drive-it their 600-mile voyage Fort St. James tc Vic- 1 Exercise a. 20" canoeists were to spend Fire Extinguishers Flame weeds 0 water, juice Glassware night at Williams Lake in the Cariboo on the third lap of their voyage punchbowl and 12 Fraser. 6" finished first in the Hammer Vz" 10-lb. sledge Hand to Quesnel Tuesday, with Manitoba second and The Yu- Hedge electric High Chair-folding Hoist cind 1 over-all point standings, Manitoba was ahead with 22. Ice Cream Ontario, and The Yukon 3 ton second place with 20 20' New Brunswick was 41 36' extension step 7' and with 15 point's. 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