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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 8-THELETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, September 26, 1973 I Trudeau itinerary mapped V M. M. Pattercrisp Delicious peppermint patties that are packaged in 12 oz. box pkg Wagon Wheats Your choice of regular, double or mint chocolate covered. Flip Chips Made fresh daily. 5 oz. bag. bag Patterkrisp Made by Moirs. Pot Of Gold Moirs 1 Ib. box, fresh and delicious. Asserted centers, box Rowntroe's Smarties Always a favorite Ib. Cake Donuts Fresh and delicious they are packed in lots of 12. Baked daily to insure f freshness. MB pkg.i Vortmans Cookies Choose from a good assortment of package Cello packed to retain freshness. W pkg. jokies. 0 Bridge Mixture in Ib. bags. bag. Will-0-Pac Slow Pokes, Coconut Fingers, Sweet Marie Miniatures, Cool Mints, Will-O-Krisp Golden Milk Buds. fort Pick 'N Mix Wide selection of imported candies, in- dividually wrapped. Ib. Marachino Cherries Made by Lowneys. Cherries in a liquid syrup wrapped in rnilk chocolate. 140zbox. box Dare Ju Jubes 28 oz bag of fresh fruit flavored jelly candies. bag Rowntrees Bars 40 assorted five cent bars. In a cello bag. Ideal for lunches or snacks. pkg. Nalleys Potato Chips Choose from the wide assortment of chips for parties f% or snacks. Jr 8% oz box. mm pkgi This Demonstrations M Coaldale Cheese Choose from cheese cut to your liking. mild or medium Fresh mild sausage great for snacks or lunches. Cut to your needs. ib. While Shopping Be Sure To Sample These Two Items In The Centre Aisle Demonstration MRS. TRUDEAU DEPARTMENT STORES A DIVISION OF THE j co. LIMITED! Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. COLLEGE SHOPPING Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Mayor We the right to limit q MALL Drive Beef trade may get subsidies ALVINSTON. Ont. (CP) Eugene Whelan, federal agriculture minister, said Tuesday the government is considering offering subsidies to beef producers similar to those given to milk producers earlier this month. Speaking at the opening of the international plowing match in this community 37 miles southeast of Sarnia, Mr. Whelan said the matter will be among topics discussed with provincial agriculture ministers in Ottawa Thur- sday He said beet producers are taking a beating on prices due to the large number of United States cattle entering the country since the price freeze in the U S was lifted Sept 12. William Stewart. Ontario agriculture minister, also at the opening said Canadian producers cannot compete with the price of U.S. cattle and the federal government is going to have to take some ac- tion. The lifting of the tariff on U.S cattle entering Canada last February and the U.S. Ireeze on beef prices have created a disaster tor the Canadian livestock industry, he said Mr Whelan said he does not think the reinstatement last Friday o! the tariff on beef entering Canada will be of much benefit. Chinese to protest school ban CALGARY (CP) The city's Chinese community plans to protest the provincial ban on foreign grade school students coming to Alberta to Education Minister Lou Hynd- nian Representatives of the Chinese community agreed to form a committee to discuss the ban with both Mr. Hyndman and the Alberta School Trustees' Association (ASTA) Foreign students have not been accepted since last year when trustee Harald Gunderson charged that Hong Kong travel agencies were Hooding Alberta schools with letters asking them to accept Hong Kong students But Jerry Kwan, president of the Sien Lok Society of Calgary, says he is satisfied there was never any burden on Alberta taxpayers because of Hong Kong students. The ASTA has asked the provincial government to allow foreign students to come to the province if they pay the full cost of their education about a vear. Horse branch established EDMONTON (CP) Jack Kerns has been appointed head ot the newly-torrned horse industry branch of the Alberta agriculture department. Agriculture Minister Hugh Horner an- nounced yesterday. The appointment takes el led Oct. 1 Dr Horner said the branch, established because of the growth of riding and equestrian training centres in Alberta, differs from the majority of livestock programs because horse owners primarily are urban residents while most livestock programs are designed for tanners and ranchers. The branch will assist in es- tablishing horse-care courses at the community colleges and will provide basic information o n horse management including nutrition and horse care By JOHN BURNS Special to The Herald PEKING The itinerary for Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau's weeklong visit to China next month will include sightseeing stops at the provincial cities of Luoyang and Kweilin, one famed as the ancient capital of the country, and the other for its extraor- dinary natural beauty. Chinese officials, confirm- ing plans for the visit the prime minister will make Oct. 19 to 26, say Mr. Trudeau will spend slightly more than half his for- mal engagements in Peking. He will then travel south by rail and air for the sightseeing, exiting at the end ot the week via Hong Kong. The plans provided for the prime minister to be accom- panied on the southern leg of the visit by his Chinese counterpart, Premier Chou En-lai This is standard protocol for visiting heads of government and will offer the two men an opportunity to continue the exchange of views that will begin with a series of meetings in Peking WIFE GOING Mr Trudeau will be accom- panied by his wife Margaret, who will be six months preg- nant with her second child. Mrs. Trudeau will have a schedule of her own in Peking, but will accompany her hus- band for the sightseeing por- tions of the visit. In addition to his talks with the premier, Mr. Trudeau is dlmost certain to meet Chairman Mao Tse-tung. If re- cent precedent is followed, the meeting will take place in the chairman's lakeside villa in central Peking and will last between one and two hours. Mr Trudeau will be accom- panied by a party of about 25 officials and 60 newsmen, the largest press party ever to ac- company him abroad. The Chinese had indicated that they would accept up to 80 pressmen, the limit set for the visits of the U.S. and French presidents, but the name list submitted by Ottawa fell short of the maximum. Tne entire party will travel aboard a Canadian Armed Forces Boeing 707. equipped with VIP quarters for the prime minister and his wife. The aircraft will make an overnight stop in Tokyo and may also have to land in Shanghai to pick up a Chinese navigator and radio operator for the final leg of the journey to Peking, where arrival ceremonies have been scheduled for 3 p.m. TV PROBLEMS The Chinese have offered to make live television coverage ot the arrival and other highlights available to the Canadian networks. But technical complications, including the fact that the Chinese are equipped to tran- smit in black and white only, have so far deterred the Canadians from taking up the otter There are several precedents for live coverage, beginning with the visit last year of President Nixon On that occasion American crews Hew in two weeks in advance with the entire range of equip- ment tor color transmissions, but on the subsequent visits of President MODUIU 01 and President Pompidou, Chinese black-andwhite cameras were used There will be a certain irony il the Canadian networks torgo live coverage altogether, for the ground satellite station that would beam the coverage to Canada via a mid-Pacific satellite was installed north of Peking dur- ing the past summer by technicians from RCA Victor Ltd. of Montreal, whose American parent firm won a multi-million-dollar contract from the Chinese in 1973. What viewers would see, if the Canadian networks agree to take a Chinese feed, would be the airport arrival, the state banquet given 'by Premier Chou in the Great Hall of the People, and possibly a visit by Mr. Trudeau to the Forbidden City, the palace of the Ming and Manchu emperors in Peking. One obvious drawback for Canadian audiences would be the scheduling of the events. With the 12-hour difference between Peking and Ottawa, the arrival would come on at 3 a.m.. the banquet at a.m. Unlike some recent state visitors, including President Pompidou, Mr. Trudeau will be giving a full-scale return banquet in the Great Hall on his last night in Peking. Like Premier Chou's banquet, it will be attended by upwards of a thousand Chinese officials and diplomats I.RESOLAC Per Gal. Interior Latex For a rich, smooth finish for walls or ceilings. Fast drying. Easy to clean tools. Many popu- lar colours. Reg. 9.49 Gal. 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