Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
No intervention by Red China HONG KONG (Reuter) -China will increase its military and economic assisted t o North Vietnam, aid which already has reached huge proportions', it was revealed today. The disclosures, along With statements by leaders of the two countries issued by the North Vietnam news agency today, indicated that China is not now contemplating direct military intervention in Indochina but will step up the flow of arms and supplies to Hanoi. China signed a supplementary aid agreement with North Vietnam last month, but its details were not revealed. The promise of more aid, made by Chinese Preiraier Chou En-lai during his four-day visit to Hanoi, was contained in a joint communique signed at the end of the trip. IMORTANT DOCUMENT Chou, who described the communique as an important document, said China would work hard to fulfil the various tasks involved in fighting the United States in Indochina. "In the future," Chou said, "the Chinese people will redouble their efforts and, in accordance with Chairman Map's teaching, grasp revolution, promote production and other work and preparedness against the war and do even better in giving support and assistance in the Vietnamese people's struggle against U.S. aggression and for national salvation in fulfilment of our international duty." The activities of Chou's delegation, in Hanoi indicated that air defence is a major concern and could draw a substantial portion of China's aid in the form of anti-aircraft guns and ammunition. North Vietnam's more sophisticated air defence weapons, like surface-to-air missiles and jetfighters, come from Russia. Chou also is believed to have discussed various contingency plans, possibly including the dispatch of Chinese troops but only in the remote possibility that North Vietnam cannot cope with the fighting on its own. At the moment China apparently feels that the IrVochinese guerrillas are doing admirably and no direct Chinese military intervention is required. Back-to work order issued in Sweden STOCKHOLM (AP) - Sweden's Socialist government made ready legislation today ordering thousands of striking civil servants back to work and said it was ending the retaliatory lockouts which raised the total number of government employees off the job to nearly 50,000. Premier Olof Palme's cabinet said the back-to-work law will give mediators more time to negotiate with leaders of the strike for higher wages that began Jan. 28. The government's department for collective bargaining announced all lockouts ordered by the government will end at midnight Thursday night. It had locked out employees in various non-striking offices in an attempt to generate pressure on the strikers to return to work. The government also withdrew a threat to lock out 3,000 of the 5,300 officers in the army navy and air force. Armed forces officers in Sweden are classified as civil servants and belong to the same union as the government's railway employees, who are on strike. Wednesday, March 10, If 71 - THI LfTHMIDOff HERALD - 31 DIFFERENT APPROACH - Uncle Sam for years pointed straight out and said "1 want YOU" for the U.S. Army, as in the old recruiting poster at left. But now, in. a new approach, the Army is using a soft-sell try with a picture of a youth on which has been printed the message: "Today's Army wants to join you." Title role for Vanessa Edmonton telephones deal Negotiations collapse EDMONTON (CP) - Negotiations between the city and the provincial government on Gandhi leads in India election NEW DELHI (AP) - Prime Minister Indira Gandhi appeared today to be carrying her Congress party toward a sweeping victory in India's parliamentary elections. While no final returns were announced, early preliminary tallies showed her party was cutting into opposition strongholds around the country, most notably in New Delhi. The Congress party was leading in 20 of the 30 constituencies from where early tallies were available in 10 of the 18 states. Mrs. Gandhi herself piled up an insurmountable lead of 50,000 votes in her constituency in Rae Bareli, in northern Uttar Pradesh state. the future of telephone service in the Edmonton area have collapsed, Mayor Ivor Dent said Tuesday. Mayor Dent said the talks ended when Premier Harry Strom advised that the 1963 telephone boundaries will be "imposed on the city by legislation." Committees of both levels of government, beaded by the mayor and premier respectively, have been meeting in an effort to deterfine areas serviced by Edmonton Telephones and Alberta Government Telephones. The 1963 agreement, which limitedthe city-owned telephone comhany to the then existing city boundaries, has been declared invalid by the courts. "However," Mayor Dent said, "the province intends to validate them by legislation at the current session." "The government has, however, agreed to a free vote in the legislature on the question, promised to negotiate on toll revenues, future boundaries and on setting up machinery to resolve future disputes between the two companies." LONDON (AP) - Vanessa Redgrave, the British actress, has been signed to play the title role in the film Mary, Queen of HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd Ave. S, Uthbridg* THURSDAY, MARCH 11th SALE STARTS 6:30 P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Lovely new brown and flowered lounge and chair; Philco 21" TV; 2-good single beds; Vanity dresser; Chest of drawers; 54" box spiring and mattress; Connor gas dryer; G.E. automatic washer; Good Westinghouse fridge; Inglis auto, washer; Inglis gas dryer; 2-Treadle sewing machines; 200 gal. water tank; Wood crib and mattress; Chrome table and 4 chairs; Bookcase; G.E. elec. range; 4-chrome chairs; 2-old wicker seat chairs; Rogers Majestic TV; Mangle; Power mower; Good metal trunk; Complete toilet; 4-kids bikes; Quantity of barbwire; Duncan Fyfe coffee table; Mesh playpen; wicker planter; Tea wagon. 12' stepladder; Small old table; 2-nice chrome chairs; Console radio; Electric knife; 35 MM camera and flash; Mantle radios; Lino; Sewing cabinet Floor polisher; Good Electrolux vacuum; Violin; Record players; Hand mix-dryer; Iron board; Nice lamps; Electric train; Grease master; Sani-can; Electric heater; Nice dishes';. Hair gun; Exercise bike; Electric juicer; Pots and pans; TV stand; Smoke stand; Large cabbage cutter; Briggs and Stratton 9 H.P. engine; Garden tools; Briggs and Stratton engine and pump. SPECIALS 1964-Ford Fajrlane, V-8 1960-Corvair 1955-Ford Good Suzuki 80 Motorbike For Further Information Contact: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd Ave. S. Uthbridge AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. No. 41 Lie. No. 4S8 VANESSA REDGRAVE Scots, producer Hal Wallis announced Tuesday. Charles Jarrott will direct. His last film for Wallis was Anne of the Thousand Days. LONDON (AP) - Lionel Bart, 40-year-old composer of Oliver! and Lock Up Your Daughters, pleaded guilty Tuesday to possessing marijuana in his London apartment. He was fined $120 plus $24 costs. HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Columbia Pictures says it will begin production later this year on a film version of The New Centurions, a novel about Los Angeles policemen. The book was written by Sgt. Joseph Wambaugh, 34, a detective in the burglary division of Woman killed near Lacombe LACOMBE (CP) - Loretta Muehrer, 23, of Spirit River, was killed in a traffic accident on Highway 2, just north of here. Police said she was a passenger in a half-ton truck which collided with a parked tractor-trailer unit. the Los Angeles police department. It deals with the lives of three fictional policemen from their graduation from police training to the Watts riots in August, 1965. Diplomat defects to Red China BERN (AP) - A Nationalist Chinese diplomat has defected to Communist China while on a visit to Switzerland, the Swiss federal police said today. Police Chief Dr. Andre Arc-stein told a reporter that the diplomat, identified as Sun Sun-chou, has already left Switzerland. He said authorities are satisfied thlat no foul play was involved in the case. In Taipei, a Nationalist foreign ministry statement said Sun, a former secretary of the Nationalist embassy in Dakar, Senegal, bad been kidnapped "by four Communist Chinese bandits" in a Geneva hotel last Poultry fed rapeseed meal show growth performance EDMONTON (CP) - The growth performance of poultry fed with rapeseed meal has shown excellent results compared with soybean meal, Dr. J. M. Bell of Saskatoon said today. Dr. Bell, head of the animal nutrition department at the University o f Saskatchewan, told the Rapeseed Association of Canada annual meeting that initial research studies involving rapeseed meal has enhanced its use in the trade. "Rapeseed meals . . . have generally given a good account of themselves in that performance of animals, mainly chickens, fed diets containing rape-seed meals . . . sometimes excelled that of soybean meal diets," he said in a report on the association's research program. Research now is being conducted at 10 laboratories to ensure agreement on results. In other business R. K. Downey of the federal agricultural research station at Saskatoon t o 1 d the delegates it is not evident any premium will be paid during 1972 on rape-seed production of the new low-erucic acid variety. "However, it is possible that seed from low erucic varieties will be more easily marketed in 1972 and future years." Mr. Downey said no premium was expected because both normal and low erucic rape-seed oil competes directly in Olds man dies under truck OLDS (CP) - Reuben V. Bruneski, 57, of Olds died when he was pinned under a tank he was loading onto a flat-bed truck. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan lldg. 32M095 the edible oil market with soybean and other vegetable oils. Mir. Downey said predictions are that all rapeseed producers should switch to the low erucic varieties in the spring of 1972. He said there will be ample seed stocks of the new varieties for all growers to make the switch. High levels of erucic acid on research animals have been found to cause changes in their heart tissue but many officials have been quick to say the level of acid used in the tests was much higher than that which would be consumed normally by humans. want to make a change for the better? There's a plan that can solve your money worries at university. And some other worries too. It's called the Regular Officer Training Plan. (ROTP). ROTP pays your tuition expenses while you earn your degree in Engineering. Sciences. Or Arts. ROTP solves your summer employment problems by paying you every summer between years. While you train to become an officer. ROTP guarantees you an Interesting, well-paying career when you graduate. As a commissioned officer in the Canadian Armed Forces. Give some thought to ROTP. Contact your local Canadian Forces Recruiting and Selection Unit at: 115 8th Ave. S. W. 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