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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 21, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, October 21, 1971 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 15 ROYAL LINEUP Features the Iranian imperial family, left to right, Crown Prince Reza, 11; Princess Leila, 18 months; the Shah; Prince Ali Reza, 5; Empress Fprah, and Princess Farahnaz, 8. The Shah and empress recently were hosts to world's leaders in observances this year of their nation's anniversary. Treatment controls leukemia 20 years after being condemned UN ready to consider Peking membership UNITED N A T 1 0 N S, N.Y. (AP) The United Nations is about to consider the admission of Communist China 20 years after the General Assembly con- demned Peking as an aggressor in Korea. That action, in 1951, almost tore the United Nations apart. Technically. China had gone to war against the United Na- tions. The world organization, under U.S. leadership, had voted in mid-1850 to intervene Rolls Royce unsafe LONDON (Reuter) U.S. Consumer advocate Ralph Nader has criticized safety de- fects in Rolls-Royce cars, among the world's most expen- sive and luxurious. He told a news conference he had a U.S. transport department list show- ing at least Rolls-Royces were recalled to dealers in the United States. TORONTO (CP) Radiation jf the head and spine, a new treatment for patients with acute leukemia, may prolong their lives, Dr. W. D. Hitler of the University of Toronto says. Used in conjunction with drug treatments, it can keep the dis- ease under control in many pa- tients, he said in an interview. He said the drug treatments, devised in recent years, changed the character of leuke- mia, cancer of the bone marrow where blood cells originate. In- stead of dying of blood disease, cancer cells in the bone mar- row. patients sometimes die of brain. may be that the radiation kills or spinal cord tumors. Dr. Rider said a study in Memphis, Tenn., reported a year ago, showed radiation of the head and spine could pre- vent such tumors. A group of patients have been disease-free for up to 48 months. Doctors at Princess Margaret Hospital here began similar treatment last year. Dr. Rider said the radiation may destroy cancer cells in the brain and spinal cord where I drugs can't get at them, or il RISING CRIME Violent crimes in England and Wales soared from to 36.000 in the last 20 years. witli force to turn back a North Korean invasion of South Korea. By late fall the U.S.-dominated UN forces were driving victo- riously through the North to- ward the Manchurian border. Canada was among the coun- tries which contributed troops to the LIN force. China, newly established after long and debilitating civil war against Chiang Kaishek's na- tionalists, repeatedly warned the advancing Americans. Sud- denly, hundreds of thousands of sol-called Chinese "people's unteers" swarmed into North Korea to do battle with the UN allies and drive Lhem back to- ward the 38th parallel in a stun- ning reverse. On Feb. 1, 1951, as bloody fighting raged between the Chinese and the allies in Korea, the General Assembly adopted 44 to 7, with nine abstentions, a resolution to condemn Mao's re- gime. It said: "The General Assembly finds that the central people's govern- ment of hte People's Republic of China by giving direct aid and assistance to those who were already committing ag- gression in Korea and, by en- gaging in hostilities against United Nations forces there, has itself engaged in aggression in Korea." h'x a tact: Canada fared besl ZURICH (AP) Britain is leading the inflation stakes among the world's industrial- ized nations with a cost-of-living rise of 10.1 per cent during the 12 months ending in September, a Swiss bank survey says. Can- ada fared best. The Swiss Credit Bank figures put Holland after Britain with a rise of 7.6 per cent followed by Japan seven per cent. Switzer- land 6.7 and West Germany 5.4. It noted that the earlier sharp increase in the United States has notably slowed down to give an average rise of 4.6 per cent of the year. Canada fared best with an increase of only 2.9 per cent. The U.S.-sponsored resolution is still on the books, since no resolution can be expunged. With the Korean War continu- ing, the General Assembly three months later, on May 18, asked all countries to apply an embargo on shipment of arms, petroleum and other strategic materials to China and North Korea. A resolution to this effect was adopted 47 to 0 with eight ab- sentions. A five-country Corn- tensions bloc led by the Soviet Union refused to vote. Two decades later, on March 16 this year, the United States finally lifted restrictions on trade with mainland China but retained its embargo on stra- tegic goods. Diplomats here now sec noth- ing incongruous in the fact a country once condemned by the organization will take a seal in the glass-front building on the East River. ''Thai was 20 years ago, ami things have changed, Argentine Ambassador Carlos Ortiz de observed. ''This is over- shadowed by the fall that so many the United Peking in." QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg, M1RSUI0 WORLD OF SHOES 317A SIXTH STREET SOUTH Romantic school teacher asks for Kosygin's help VANCOUVER (CP So- viet Premier Kosygin will be asked to give romance a help- ing hand here. At a banquet Saturday, an attempt will be made to hand him a letter. If will seek his help in allowing a man to Gas pipeline plans to be given study ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) Governor Wendell Anderson has directed the Minnesota natural resources department to begin an environmental review of plans for a Canadian-based gas pipeline. Under slate law, Robert Herbsl, commissioner of natural resources, has to review the plans and a company cannot use condemnation powers to ob- tain right-of-way until the plans are approved. The 1.500-mile line will he built by Dome Petroleum Corp., of Calgary and will extend from western Saskatchewan to Green Springs, Ohio. Plans for the line were sub- mitted to the department of nat- j ural resources last Thursday, j In a letter to Herbst, Ander- son said representatives of the j Canadian firm "appear sensi-1 live to the necessity of public j review of their plans." The company plans to begin construction early next year, witli costs estimated at more than ?200 million. Additional state permits will be needed where the line crosses public waters in Minncsola. leave the Ukraine to keep a wedding date in Canada. But school teacher Betsy Priddle, 28, of suburban Rich- mond said if her fiance, Leo- nid Korzirskey, is not allowed to emigrate, she will go to Kiev and they will make thcir home there. Miss Priddle met the 27- year-old civil engineer last year while she was touring Russia and he proposed to her last summer on a second trip. "We are deeply in she said. "Kosygin is the man to bring us together." Her letter is to be delivered by Dr. Cyril Bryner, professor of Slavonic studies at the Uni- versity of an invited guest at the ban- quet. Mr. Kosygin begins a three-day visit to Vancouver Friday as part of his eight- day trip to Canada. Sykes angling for office CALGARY (CP) Mayor Rod Sykes says he will ask Premier Peter Lougheed to re- locate the department of mines and minerals in Calgary. j He said the move would be; "logical, sensible, profit able and constructive." i Many resource companies have their head offices in Cal- gary which makes it extraordi- nary that the department has I been kept in Edmonton, the; mayor said. Such a move would also be in line with the Progressive Conservative premier's "com- mitment to future decentraliza- tion" of government, Mr. Sykes said. Panasonic modular stereos provide an awesome amount of sound from elegantly compact cabinets that fit practically anywhere. There is a wide range of different systems, from modest to magnificent. All offer the same unsur- passed quality that has made Panasonic a leader in home entertainment products. Check them out for yourself at your nearest dealer. Is it a stereo cassette recorder, or an stereo receiver, or a stereo phonograph? Yesl The "Essex" is everything in stereo. A complete entertain- ment centre that gives you a cassette recording and playback system so you can make your own stereo tapes, an stereo radio, a full size 4-speeri automatic record changer wilh diamond stylus, and a superb 4-speaker system. It sounds as magnificent as it looks. RS-257DS. Panasonic modular stereos fill jour room with sound without filling your room. The modest set with the immodest sound. The "Sonisphere" can be your introduction to stereo. It combines an automatic stereo record changer with a sensitive stereo radio, Two 6W' PM dynamic speakers in cylindrical housings complete the system, and you can add other hi-fi components. SE-840. Add an 8-tracK or cassette tape deck. Panasonic provides seven tape deck models that blend perfectly with our modular stereo units. The "Wellesley" (rear) is a superb 8-track cartridge deck with lighted program indicators, a program selector button, fast wind, two VU recording level meters, and Auto- Stop that shuts the unit olf when the tape is finished. RS-803US. The "Bridgeport" (front) is a com- pact stereo cassette deck with full recording and playback features. There's even a noise suppressor switch and pause RS-256UAS. The modularstereo that rises above itself, The "Spartan" is a unique stereo radio that flips up 'n over to reveal a stereo phonograph with an automatic 4-speed changer. The phonograph leaturesa Magnistate cart ridge with diamond stylus and an auto- malic shut-oft. The radio offers slide rule tuning in a black-out panel so you never forget when the set is on, built-in antennas, and slide-lever controls. The two PM dynamic speakers match thisstriking black and silver unit perfectly. SE-970. 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