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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE tETHBRIDGE HERALD Wodnoiduv, Oclobor 27, 1971 Ronning happy about China sealing EDMONTON (CP) The vote to iirtmit China is "one of the most important tilings thai has happened in I he United Na- tions for the jxiiice of the says Chester linnning, former Canadian ambassador to China. Mr. Jlonning, now n resident of Camrose, Altn., was inter- viewed by telephone in Now York. "Nothing could be more im- portant. Now you have the U.S. and the Soviet Union as mem- bers but also China with quarter of the whole human race." Mr. Tioiiniiif! said that whr-n Canada gave diplomatic recog- nition lo China last year "a whole host of oilier nations fol- lowed." "Canada's decision then made it decent for the people of the U.S. lo talk about China and admitting the nation to the UN. It even made it decent for the president of the U.S. lo move to normalize relations and to ask to he invited to visit Peking. ''Canada started the trend and, as a result, Ihe People's Republic of China is seated in the United Nations today." An infernal ionally-rcragnizcd authority on China. Mr. Honning watched from a visitors' gallery while the voting lo admit China was being carried out. Ilo said expulsion of Taiwan "was not really an expulsion from the UN." a Harvest of Ha owe Hallowe'en Costumes Choose from runny Clown, Blue Fairy, Rabbils or Black Cat. The ideal way to outfit your little one for rf mmwm Hallowe'en. I I I Hallowe'en Costumes A wide selection of creatures such as Groovy Clown, Road Runner, Pufnstuf, Ghoul, Tiger, and more. Make sure your liftle one is dressed for fun this M mv.mm Hallowe'en. I if Light Up Jack-o-Lanterns With a cut out Made of sturdy safe plastic. Put one of these fun lanterns in your window this year. 1.77 Lowney's Miniatures Choose from Milk Nut Loaf or Oh Henry bars. 35 miniature fo p package. .67 175 Assorted Shell Out Treats 2-1 bs. assorted qums and candies that will please any younqsler on Hallo- ween night. 1.46 Goodie Baskets The favorile pumpkin with a Black face and easy to carry handle. A great way for your youngster to carry h i s treots on Halowceti night. .46 101 Lollipops Assorted suckers that make on ideal shell out treat. 2 ,or1.59 Lowney's Bar Pack Twenty 5c bars per pack- age. Contains Eatmore, Fudge, Oh Henry and more. .59 Hallowe'en Kisses 2-lb. bag of flare top candy kisses. EACH .59 2 1 Be Suro lo Save Your Pennies For UNICEF collected by School Children Sat., Oci. 30 HALLOWE'EN NIGHT Dares Candy 3 Ibs. of assorted candy and toffee. The king of oil treats for Halloween. 1.77 Tie Bag of Candy Pops Forty 5c assorted candy pops in cello bag- 1 EACH Bulk Caramels Why not flivo the kids a surprise and hand oui this delicious treat KC on Halloween. Ib. and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 n.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 n.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive WINTER... ALF THE BEING WARM! Regular Service Charges will be applied each month A. GIRLS' SKI JACKET IN NYLON CIRE. Concealed hood, tailored collar and 2 zipper pockots. Nylon storm cults A and royon lining. Red or Navy. Sizes 8 lo 10. B. GIRLS' WARMER PANTS. Nylon cire with polyester filling. Elastic waistband at back and side zipper. Quilted lining. Novy or Rod. Sizes 7 to 14. PAIR C. QUILTED NYION CIRE SKI JACKET. Instructor length tailored collar and 2 slash pockets. Storm cuffs and rayon lining. Navy, Red Sizes 7 lo 14. EACH D. UDIES' AFTER SKI JACKET wilh hood. Zipper from and imilotoin moulon lining. Scandannvian prinli in rust. Sizes 10 lo 14. EACH NOT ILLUSTRATED S22 LADIES' LYCRA SKI PANT. Full waistband with lippor fly front. Flora log and strap under foot. Navy. Sizes 8 to 18. PAIR E. CANADIAN MIST AFTER SKI JACKET. Hood with atrylic fur tiirn. 2 vlash pockets and quilted lining. Braid 1rim and zipper front. Navy, Brown, Rust, Green. Sizoiv 7 In H. EACH 16.83 NYLON STRETCH SKI PANT. Pull on siyle treose and strop undor foot. leg. Navy, Brown, Green. 7 in M. PAIR 14.95 IP with ilifch 6.83 Opon Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m. Thursday ond Friday 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m.! Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive >jO W ly ;