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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 1K1 KIMBRIOGS HEVAIO mbfr 16, 1971 lg 1K1 UIMBRIDCS HEKAIU Chinese sneak into U.S., some through Canada 00 lo he i IVCTON Last week, the confidential re- 4 M-I'lien-.'iron, main-; say, tl.e immigration ami manv .T- iimn." in MI in, smashed in Newark, Ilicir contact with the .nfillt'll OI'S IIX'III I..--, lanada sa> U.UHI-, i. in lions; Kong. a. j Earliw lhls Canadian I', and ulhers arc HKIIAN IN IIUMi U.S. authorities Mnashed a d in'Mrcoties iraific. operation uas broken up i Chinese smuggling ring operat- in nf ih.-e tie t'S border patrol ing between Montreal and Nov. "lly e, Ac me as they York City. However, the inlelli- -o l'" e horde on fuot a pence reports say there is evi- v i 'rnnen e e K of p.hiine. A second I dence that the Montreal opcra- me linim Kon" S'eaman's 1'iiion. an i the I" I I in cspi'maw. other 'IViHIl roblNM' SOCS SICK kill aliens arrested have LONDON Uicutcri One of; But last Saturday, tie was al- Britain's Grcal Train robbers lou-ed lo sit by hiavs the mainland icall.v .11 ma heic Jitei ;.M m have been coming .or a ear cnislr m_ wishl nivprl tn other ring is operating out Windsor, Out., .smuggling main- land Chinese through Detroit. The immigration and naturali- zation sources say as many as main 1 a n d Chinese are smuggled into the U.S. eaeli year. Another jump for- eign-flag vessels at U.K. ports The intelligence reports say fi.fiJO entered that way bttween and An FBI report described the liilcrprclinu IU-HS of govl. aid for KDMON'TON (CP1 Fmanei Minister Edgar Benson lias i held out little hope to Ediium- ton that il will get aid for its. 'proposed trade and convention] centre throuph the Ottawa anti-j recession programs Allan Howe, executive a.-sis- iant to Mayor Ivor Dent, said (be city received an answer to its telegram a Sin million loan anil a S7-million grant for the centre, called Omniplex. Mr. Benson's reply said Al bena's share under the pro posed incentives program ivas SB-million and the rcsponsibil ilv for alloting Ihe money with the provincial government Hong Kong Seamen's Union this way: lias voiced vehement opposition lo United Slates inili- action in and dis- suades seamen from serving aboard ships carrying strategic materials to Vietnam. Con- versely, the IIKSU encourages seamen lo sail on shins hound for North Vietnam. HKSU has approved a policy of placing Communist seamen on Western ships for the purpose of sabo- tage or capture in the event of future the report said. SKliVKS AS COUUKItS seamen recruited in Hong Kong serve on ships call- ing at major work! ports, thus providing en opportunity for j courier service and intelligence collection." bringing aliens into the counti-y charge from StOd to SLOW a person, authori- ties say. Cheng S'iii Sliui. a liO-ycar-old native of Coochow. who de- serted the ship Pacific Princess in Montreal in lived in New York for more than a year hcfou ing ,niestcd Cheng paid lo he driven from Montreal to New York, where lie went to an address in Manhattan's Creemvich Village lhat had been provided hy an acquaintance in Hong Kong. SO.MK VANISH For Cheng, Hie end result ol his investment was discov- ery and vporlalion. Others ha've paid more dearly for even less. In December. 1970, two Chinese crew suffer- ing from exhaustion and expo- sure were picked up by U.S. border pal ml agents at Rouses Point, N.Y. They said they and a third Chinese Iwd apiece for transport from Canada into Ihe U.S. They were driven to the i border by a Canadian. At the border, liie four men got out to i walk across. The two appre- I bended said they had become 1 separated from the others dur- ing the nighl. I More than five months later the decomposed bodies of Don- ald Lcrac, the Canadian, and Chan Sung Tung, a deserter from a ship in Montreal, were found by border patrolmen WASHINGTON iCP- 1117: v.ere nut elect inn year in ihc. Uriiu-d Suites, a variety of efforts to mitiuaie the effects of I'iv.-i'lcnt Nixon's economic pol- on friend- and bau- got a more under- .vandina in Congress. As it k the elected represent- atives H-e panicuiarly sen- sitive to thi> fears and desires of I heir across the U.S. liie.-c days cer.tred on the state of the na- tional economy, '.he dread of un- employment and Ihe- 01 inflation. President Nixon (f.is i; takine harsh an un- characu-ri-iicaily man bring ihincs to lishts. Keccn: polls indicate a sub- tiantial increase in his pupular- and observer? simsest this is due in part t" his stance the eciinomy. includ- ing wacc-price corirois at hom-3 a no-r.onseiisc attitude to the lead nf the master politician in the White House. To the American people, per- haps particularly those unso- phisticated in the complex workings of international fiscal mi'Hcrs. the spectre of a real danger to the value of the all- powerful U.S. dollar has been a sobering experience. Although many consrc.-smen. and thoughtful Americans else- where, are alarmed and even angry'ai the effects the in-per- cent 'supplementary levy im- ports and other measures am h.-.vins on trading partners and allies." the mass of people arc preoccupied with domestic pathy. an. leagues expressed concern over wha; consider the dangerous protectionism of the t r s u r y department under free-wheeling John B. Cnnnally. many senators are hesitant to put much muscle behind such ideas. As sonic observers have sug- gested, it is difficult for a sena- tor 'o push for relief fw Can- ada, say. and then go home to campaign for re-election in one of the dozen or more stales hit particularly hard by unemploy- ment. In a non-election atmosphere senators might be inclined to take a more lofty view of the international scene. With the po- litical season opening officially with primary elections next March' they are particularly tuned in to wliat the folks back home think and say. nnans killed in explosion DACCA. Last Pakistan (Ron ten Two West German con sular officials and four Pakis- tanis (iied in an explosion and a bur.it cf gunfire near Dacca. The Germans were named as commercial attache Rolf Fei land. 53. and Erach Uuozak. a 120-year-old aflmimsti line offl reports said the t o Gci mr.ns were on si i ceiig i visit to Narayangmj 1) n ties of Dacca, when they were killed by an explosion Unknown attack! i al o killed four Pakistanis with guild c There has been a scr.e r' j bombings and shootings in j around Dacca in recent weeks Boyle's column STRANGE BEDFELLOWS Prolestors wearing masks representing President Nixon, left, and Mao Tse-lung, riaht, shake hands as they hold sign reading "Deport Nixon to Red during demonstration near New York's Roosevelt Hotel. The hotel is trie headquarters of the Communist Chinese delegation to the United Notions. By HAL liOYLl! NEW YORK (AP) -Mem- ory is the gical magic lantern show. The brain is Its compact theatre, and against the vast backdrop of the mind it end- lessly portrays the unfolding pasl. The numbing horrors of licforc, the enchanting happi- nesses, live again. Your own magic lantern show has a lot of scenes in it if you can look back and re- member It was the height of ymmg male wit to holler at a pass- ing pretty girl, "Hi there, then, when she turned around, to tcl! her, "Not you, Only the town banker's time was so important that he made an appointment to get his hair cut. Everybody else just sat around (he barber shop gossiping tint! it wlas his turn to climb into the chair. Every mother feared cher- ry-picking time, because she was sure one of her children would swallow so many cherry pits he'd get infected and have to be operated on for appendicitis. After a boy got so he could whistle and spit between his teeth, he felt he had life pretty well made. CHEAT ON RECIPE Although most housewives were reasonably honest in other ways, you could bet that any woman who was admired for a cooking speciality would leave out one of the key fla- voring ingredients when asked for the disH's recipe. Mcny towns had curfews for children, and they had to be off the streets by 9 o'clock at night. The big masculine for hand-painted neckties, usually adorned with pictures of nude girls. It was taken for granted thrt almost every daring young boy, sooner or later, would do something that would break his collar bone, A high school girl's reputa- tion was whispered about if she went for a walk in the woods with a boy while they were attending the annual class picnic. College football players had lo pay their own tuition, just like everyone else. A young fellow calling on his best girl on Saturday night had to run the gauntlet of a dozen critical neighbors sit- ting on tlieir front porches and watching everything that went by. Everybody had heard of plastic, but few knew what it was. The average dog would have thought you were out of your mind if you told him that some day people would can food especially for him. No matter how hard his life was, everybody could think of some things lo be grateful for. Those were the member? Family planning conference set OTTAWA (CP) The govern- ment's promised conference on family planning will be held Feb. '28 to March 1.. The health department said in a news release that invitations will soon he sent to provincial health and welfare authorities, professional associations and citizen groups. Topics scheduled for discus- sion include the effectiveness of family planning programs, needs in research, information and training, and co-operation government and volun- ary and family planning or- ganizations. Family housing subsidized at Edmonton OTTAWA Hornet. Its n great value in the .mpact field. Direction I wo. (Iremlin. (Iremlin is what you gel, when you sulicompact with imagination. When you slyle for fun, power for pep and put togclber a package (hat's as much a part of Ibc big city as il is (be high speed expressway. This year all Gremlins carry four passengers. And American I hov'rc- all powered by a durable 6 cylinder rncinr lo I nice you around and about quickly, reliably and very pcnnnnucally. Oplional .fun to play with, features include a slide-away sun roof, a roofrack and air defleclor and a 301 cu.in. V-8. Shazarn! The mild mannered siih-compacl, becomes a performance marvel. Direction three. Javelin. .Javelin has I be look and the feel of a true competition car. Mark Donohue proved Javelin's performance ability by winning the Trans-Am series and handing American Motors Ihe manufacturers' points championship. For 1972 nil the competitive pirit remains. Along with all the features that mnlte Javelin such a popular road car. Things like 5 passenger comfort, handling and manoeuverability, the attention to detail that speaks of quality construction. Javelin also sporls a new and bolder grille thai, adds to Ihe sculplured Italian lines. .Javelin SS'P and Javelin A MX. The going sporty car with a lot morn going for it. Hornet, Gremlin and Javelin, all protected by the American Motors Buyer Protection Plan. The plan that, assures you of I. total manufacturing quality 2. real dealer concern 3. a revolutionary 12 months or miles guarantee 4. a free loaner car from participating dealers and 5. n Hotline number for immediate action from American Motors in Brampton, Ontario should you ever need il. Cardston Cnrdston Fnrra Service Ltd. ;