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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta y, Otiabir 1 I, August no holiday under school plan EDMONTON (CP) The public school board has moved to make virtually all of August a regular school month.______ Peking. Bonn sign PEKING (Renter) Wes' Germany and China signed a one-sentence communique to- day agreeing to establish diplo- malic relations ambassadors lure. and exchange near fu- In a five-minute ceremony at the was Peking's Great Hall of People, Ihe communique signed by the foreign ministers of the two countries. Walter Scheel and Chi Peng-fei. The communique said: 'The government of the People's Re- sccond. public of China and the govern ment of the Federal Republic of Germany decided on Oct. 11 1972, to establish diplomatic re lalions and !o exchange am bassadors within a short time.' Sheet and Ihe party of abou 30 officials accompanying hin arrived at the Great Hall of th People this morning and spcn 30 minutes chatting with Clii nese officials headed by Deput Premier Li Hsien-nien and For eign Minister Chi over mugs o Chinese tea. CHAMPAGNE TOASTS After the signing ceremony the two foreign minister toasted each oilier with Chines champagne. West Germany becomes tl latest of more than 20 countrie which have established dip] malic ties with China since P king took its scat in the Unit Nations less than a year ago. All German ties with Chi were severed in 1937 during t Third Reich when Hitl formed an alliance with Japa which was then at war with t Chinese. East Germany recognized the People's Republic in 1950, but until today tlie West German government has had only trade links. The trustees agreed lo ad ance school starting dates, one veck at a lime during tliree until by 1975 the schoo vill start on Aug. 5. At the same lime, the start of summer holidays is to be moved back in a similar man- icr until school ends on May 28 in 1976. The trustees said the purpose of the move is to create an equal number of school days be- fore and after the Christmas- New Year break, which can then become the semester break in senior high schools. Some teachers at the meeting opposed the change. One said it would interfere with summer school, which many teachers at- tend, because summer school rmally lasts until mid-August. Another teacher said the ange benefits only high hools and suggested that ele- entary schools and junior high hools should be allowed lo re- in the traditional school year. Tlie trustees said that under he present system in senior ligh schools, students face a icavier lod in the first semes er which is shorter than the ECOR Pattern Oiremrle 1 ROD STEWART 'Never a dull moment' NEIL DIAMOND 'Moods' CAT STEVENS 'Teaser and the Fire Cat' PARTRIDGE FAMILY 'Greatest Hits' ALICE COOPER 'Schools Out' JETHRO TULL 'Thick as a Brick' PLUS- THJCKASftBRICR mm: t-sss USKS TORT LAUREATE Sir John F.aljcinan is Britain's new poet laureate, succeed- ing the laic Cecil Day-I-cwis. who died in Slay. Beljeman, US, said upon hearing Ihe news, "I was dumbfounded, then humbled, then pleased." The of'ice, which is long on prestige and short on dulies, carries an annual salary of about CAT STEVENS Tea for the Tiller-man ELTON JOHN Monkey Chateau YOUR CHOICE Puller n 7348 Be an clcganl mandarin wilh a frog-faslencd lunic, dress or the version that's sump- luovis aione or over pants. Slits are optional hit of drama. Printed Pattern <17fil: NEW Misses' Sites 8, 10, 12, 14, 16. 13. Size 12 (bust 34) takes 2H yards 45-incl: fabric. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS (75c) in coins (no slamps, please) for each pattern add 15 cents for each pallern for first-class mailing and spec'nl handling. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, STYLE NUMHER. Send order lo ANNE ADAMS, care of Be a fashion winner! See 100 easy, fascinating styles choose one patlcm free In all new Fall-Winter Catalog. 75c ANXK ADAMS, 60 Kvmil St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM- HXK. YOUR NAME AND AD- D'lnSS. ond the name of Ihe Ulhln-idgc llcrnld. DO NOT tend it to Herald. DDED BOHUS SAVING RED Knit a versatile vest to learn with shorts, pedal pushers, pants and dresses! Add sporting dash lo your wardrobe with vest of knitling worsted; easy striped pallem stitch, front cables. Pattern 73-18: sizes 32-38 included. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each patlcrn for first-class mailing and special handling to Alice Brooks, Nccdlccraft Drpt. Address. Print plainly PATTERN NUM- BER, NAME, ADDRESS. THE LETIIBKIpGE UERAiJJ Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario Rock Country Instrumentais Vocals Full Selection YOUR CHOICE Cpunty Fair in Zeller', ShoPPinB Centre on Mayor MaarcHh Drive. Open Dnily 9 a. m. ,o 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Telephone 3H-B171. ;