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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Portuguese face dilemma over aid S, 1972 DC IITMIIUPM By LefttB, Obserrer LONDON ecen- omksdry besieged rebel regisae depeois more its survival on Portugal than es any Giber country mare even than on Scuta Africa, the only other neighboring country is in a posixioQ to assist Mr. laa Saith ic JES siruggje to over- CMQR tie istaraatkmai cara- psiga of ssactkiES ordered by Britain and maintained 07 "Uazted Kacoos, Therefore tie opes croarrel vices has developed bstssscs tbe Foricgoese and Ehodesian leaders is of eonsiderabje ra- poftapce to foots eosctries.. Por- tagars prime Mar- oelfo Csetaco. is so nettkd by Mr, Ssalth tfcst be izas tazea the JbigMy "onusus! step of pub- licry reggkiag his ckse -ally whom he has scccsed of "gpreafeg alarsf' about fee in Mozss- Mozarabirac is CSK of the three Portziguesg territories is Africa vberg large seak ing bas been in progress over 10 years. Tbs other tso are Asgosa ssd Tbe raOitary slgsiScasce of >fozarnblqos is taax it a large territory cc tbe Indian Ocean wMca S2s frontiers -zith desa, SccSh Africa end Mai- aw-. It s rsgardsd by ta rslsd soEbern African gc mssss as tbe betTr? taesseh-es ar-c tag b-lacr Afri- can. staias to tbe rwrth. all of of So2th Africa, and Hbocesia. Throcgb tbe African Ubers- tks wscb oper- Ser tbe asgis ex ibe of African UTSTJ, to a-i ireepeaiect black states befeg cirect eccssr-iic iSistgry sspocri is provSc- ed for tae frcnr'zcr ibe libers- CFasLcsox of all tbs em Ames. lis pcfijscsl ijescr- caarters are .in Tarzsnia .sad aad fs Zsmhia. ir recent i' LO got sose of a f osbold ia tbe Porragaese cos- cisizn succsss in tbsir 5-sr a g a In s t tbe FSZLBiO rbe rscscr railitazy successes li a v been etpedafy in tbe Tete viacii cooti'oJs ixA ooly the major tianspost between Rhodesia aad the sea, bat also the Cabora Eassa brdro-elcctric in wMdt Afri- caas isave iaveeted heavily, Pvoad tad raibrty concmm- catioess thnxigii Tete have be- come increasugly vulnerable to FRELIMO guemEa attados so raacb so thai ggsacne coo- oero has sprung tip is Khods- sia sboot tbe futore c4 these vi- tal strategic cpmrmrricatioa routes. Tbe BhodesiaziS have rscest- ly ofSesSy admzlied feat some of tbesr csEiary forces to alocg- Rde tbe Portcgaese in the Tete proriuce, laseed, it becazse dif- ficait to Mas figs fact once iSiary casaaities to occar. either to tbesr own pecyle or to world opickm that they are un- able, Jlczambiqia asd to assist in repeU- isg tbe goerrilla cbaSecge, ISe cracial question aH along iajs been tbe Portc- gosse. vrbes one day they cosas to face the fact that they be is danger of losing their Af- rican vars, -will agree to negotiate vith the liberation (af iH the other Zuropeao colotial ptwert have already or whether they abandon their proadh' in- depeodetrt staoee aod agree to accept open jmUtary support from South Africa Ebode- sa. Soooer or later., the Portu- guese are gocBg to hfin'e to ds- cide -srlach of these two natives they are to ac- cept rafeer Uaa .to face Hae das- ger of complete L Eohngren Olofern Press, 2UI a of Alberta's names are included in ibis b2t it is tznliksly tsat tbe other -win be except in cases omisskss sach as tfee Portes ig to accept se- rv bsln fro22. tbeir seifbbors ibey bare besa aTerse to an opes nnStary Tbesr ooiectiacs stem a inmber of Tbe nar-ss sre tbose of geo- graphical festsres as "s'eS as of nlacss of hsbitatfon. en- try is proricsl references to s oc tae insic-e covers. Tbs map is smaii icr every name to be isdoGed but tfcs general ares, csn be end forecsost, tbe Port- are too pcoai to sdrafr adcz! to sesd "farther iniorm- SSOE to fee atsbor for isdc- sioc si later rerisoss. si- teraricss in ksg-slandrng ez- plsrsdoES of names have been istrcdscsd is this version. For issuance, in G. Armsrojg's. book. Tbe Origin asd of Place Kames in Qsada fre- procpeed year b its 13K) Osotoks is said to a -spord mean- ing fikfe of referring to'tbe ford-of Sbeep en tbe Calgsry-MeLeod TraiL Bet HolmgreTx csrrects t33is tbe MorisgGon that tbe Indian mearjs 'and refers to the large rock frrs ?rest ths SCFWS. Some inocths ego Sse col- kcti-ca cf essays oa southern Alberta ptiblisbed by tbe University of Lesbbricge oe by Professor E. G. llardea 02 naraes. Dr. re- ported that Slairmore TVSS massed after two raihray cor- tractors. Slair aai Moore. Mr. on fee basis of a DOWNTOWN APPUAKCE DEPT. 3rd Ave. 5. Phone 327-5767 igJUSMN-TIM CHRISTMAS FROM OVER 240 ITEMS! Qvolrty home enfertcinment products fay stfth fomeot manufocturerj as; Sanyo Lloyds Panasonic 8 frock Stereo Unrfs Cassette Tope Recorder! Cassette Pfcrytrs RotHos TrorjEisforx Monourai Record Piayers efc. Morf Stereos Reel to Reel Recorders. All Going Af Fantastic Price Reductions! COME IN AND SAVE! 16 to 42% Off SALE PRICES IN EFFECT DAYS ONLY! tary in 1370, ssys tae town -was named 22 1286 after E. G. Blair, ministK' of rairsrays. but tngt tbe r.griTA, -sras to be too short so Msybe Dr, Msrden arid Mr, Holmgren sboaJd cccssi each otber aboat that; sai about Taber. Dr. Karcies re- jects tbe traditicQ accepted by Mr. Esfegrer that Taber is part of tbs "word "tabernacle" adopted oat of ccsssidsraiicn for Mtrsoon It ss Mar- ootfiEtior! tbat-Tsber Tras after Senator Tabor of Eric is librarisn in Alberta asS a of tbe Canaffian ?em> on Geograpb- ical He aai his associ- ate f-aife} hare prodijced an at- tractfTe ESC isefsl book become ibe standard at Tbe EaraM anS be brings out revision. D. W. It's a fun book, filed -with lefencs asd myfes bet throcgh tbe tbese tales, wis- dom keeps poppiEg up. Tbe cscOters are short, in- teresting and infonnsJive. Head it, youTi like it G. A. "Abrayi a Gsscst" by Joyce Sasse, (H2 pages, paper- back, This book boMs a particular interest for southern because ii was -sfriiteii by ose of our Joyce Sasse grew TS> ffi JSk Birer aod received much of ber education tbere aad at the Lethbridge Ccsnnais- iry CoBege. Sbe graduated from tbe Universiry of Saskatcaewan asd from SL College in Saskatoon and Soy "CHARGE IT" Hoyft Own Wen or Yoor Chorjtx Open Tiif 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday Nights. ordaiaed io tse minis- try of tbs United Gmrch of Canada. Sbe spent several years working in Korea as a CarisSan missksary asd following ber return to Canada has become executive secretary of tbe YWCA in SaskatoCT. Aivrays a Gaest is fiction, bom of Joyce Basse's exper- ience arsoag the Korean people sbe learned to But it is ;acre fear. Sctioc: tbe story is used as a venicie to describe the politicai and social ctiTnate of Korea apd to express some- tbing of the frustrstks of a cos-Korean in her inability to correct sense of tbe wrongs sbe sees being perpetrated, Robert Wuscri is a ycroag Canadian wbo went to Korea as an English teacher. Toe story of his encounters "srith tbe Kor- ean policies and people makes fascinating reading. Copies of tbe book are trail- able at Eoase of Books in Leth- bridge as weU as United Church offices in the citr and district There is a place for amateurs By Eva COUTTS "If only I cooM an oM said recently, glaadng covetously rear upon row of and paint jars ia bobby shop, "but, Irving in tae country, 1 can't to art classes." don't you try on your 2 suggested and was going to propound 227 old theory that anybody can do anything. A fneod of mine interrupted; "Don't listaa ber, to succeed as an amateur you have to live in China, Amateurism ia Canada is dead and if it is aot it saoold be This tosgue-jn-cbesk reference to China aisled at ray cousin Emily, a skeiecoa raiUiiig quietly in my family xaipiward. Znaly -was oos of tbose over protected cbiidrea of ray generation -wbo vras still iskea to and collected from school at tbe .age of IS. Sbe rebelled and ran off and married a young Chinese cbennsiry student wbo bad just graduated from O-JT local uni- versity. She -vras r-ot beard of again until some years later, tbe Western press report- ed ca soise revolutionary msfexis of sur- gery, -withyjt ansastbeties. perfonoed by s European -.i-amaa doctor in tbe Cbissse 2ed I add the "doctor" turned out to be my coosia Ernily Tcbo bad sever finished high sihooiL 1st alcas ssen the insice of a tssTsrsry? Yet for some years sbe -sfitb successful operatkB3s aevef yet atLespted in the ivest. "Wben she did get in tones Trifh hsr family again sbe had become fasxoas in China, psroducsd tvro lovely, -almond cMdren and started, -sraS as ended, every iesler tbe "Lceg live Cbainaas Well, socn is faith- However, in spits of fee oc- vioFjs by my sarcarac friend, Emily's is not tbe iind of isn I -Kxroid reconiaend. Hy ovrn fsith in tbs success of amateurs in rariooE Selos (not involving ssnan lr.'es) is OE fee jqy, siEsbine gng color tbeir can bring 5aio flSienrise drab, grey days of -winter, boelioese, or old age; aad if acyfloe dare -wbisjer: Do you-wan! to caudate I tara round and reply: "Xot likely, but certamty Grand- ma. Teat brings zoe back to the subject 1 going to discuss tbe old lady .in the hobby sbop before J got tradted to CSina, Grandma -stijose peinfeigs fazsoos wbea sbe "a'as of an age at mast people hare ceased to venture into the unknown, is tbe model ary -sroald be amateur sbould look to lor rath- er iban to professionals of past and present Her paintings bave no ber craving is tjntatorsd, yet ber pictures are so fuS of He, aad courage thai it is impossible not to Ia2. ia love tbeni. Therefo-rg, if you tbs urge to spiasn color aronnd aad Ts'bo TFay not try itr Any kind of bobby is worts a hundred sessions of psycbotberapy and, -srMte tbere is a place for tcrlka for tbose "Biso can afford and -srsot it, classes can. ra some cases, saUe and discourage tie true amateur by tbsir sheer -seigbt of traditional and psbHc opin- ioDL. I scudder to what hare bsppened io Grandma Moses1 paifegs had a zsEloos teacher attempted to corect ber drawing or faahy perspective. Tbere Is a place in ccr highly trained, GompKterizsd, compeisive society for ama- teurs. If nothing is ocae- to enconrage-tbem, -sill soon be dead. Ctar Tporid become a poorer place to live as it does erery breed of animal and plant life forced into is it not tbs great ainsteurs Iihe Grandma Moses -wiSs ber marvellous paisings. Baay lilacDonald, the or ihe of TmVrream srGsis -wio bring color and interests into our d'oll lives? Kananoskis Action Committee By Joe BaHa Albertz's eastern, slopes of fee Hocky se ssaedded to iiadergo sn- otber series of stiff eross-exaTrJ during 137S. Tne natural resources of the are tbe esvy of the free 5SE2KS end millions of cubic feet of saiursl gas have been sipbcsiec to the sur- face and dsarSnsed tbe Ua -Spates ssd Cansda: of toss of sffipfear hsve been extracted; of gaSois of o5 arid bees pscped abcre ground level Tbere is great potential 'for eiectrJcsl power boGi hydro and from fossil foe! Burners. Tbe -woodsman sees .2 vast potential for boQs iombermg and pdp and paper pro- scessc Books in brief I "Great Leader of ifac Ojib- wsy: by James Eedsky. (McGeHsnd and Stewart Ltd- 327 Among ofcer tbings. this book Snelades a brief issigM into tbe an QJiOTrey reii- gion thai pareSes fee BSte in a. niany asuects taksoffs on sai the Tower of Babel Tsis one sec- tion abne makes tse book its Is tae area of recreation tbere is a. vast potential for both summer snd Tdsier ac- jachanng camping. sMing, riding, phocography, b- All this means roadvpays. A pksaed road for Sse Valley confoncs io design standard of 70 mUes Der recmrjjffi 5. clsarsnoe ViiSi of 250 feet Thirteen znDes of this new highway "Bras gad kid oat daring tae vdater of 1971 as a TOEer isTxis project A large poniori of tbe road jtrefecaes through prime fishfjrg and gaiae hahcat, The sinister of highvrays has stsied feat tbe Xaasaasids is a test road ass "some mistakes" "wiH probabJy be mace. Tbe oat- cose is expected to set tbe preeedsit for the -winch from Grande Cache in the north to Watertos Lakes National Park in the SOSES. Tbe coDServatioESts that tbe gcr> emment is pot rising to release to ttbe psjbSc anytz22g rsg'ard to the plan- ning as proposed for the valley. The gov- erimeat claims ibere h2s bees Bi3e public interest shovm in tbe proposed Mgbsrsy. In response io tbe government's the Nalicnal and Proviacial Parks Associa- tson of Canscs, a asMs Action Committse. If s objective is to halj eurj'eia. road cosinKtian end to ob- tain a sensible road poScy TOT the San- gngsirig TaSssy; ooe thai be pstih-le' -with iije area's recre and natural values. Tbe committee inseods to: 1 Establish an informacoe bask aH asnects of the Kaaaaaskis access gad its potensialr and to ftig infcrmatios.. 2 2sonrafe sod taaeriske aE aec- eesy political and legal acsoc to hsii presest road deveSopmest 3 Imiiaie besrings to aS coscemed parties ia reasossble plsn- for cavelopsent manaseserit of Vic Valley. information may oe obtsissd fries. KLA-C. Issocmaosa f5tg7rmsnj Mar- garet Levds, 1151 Eoniersioc Eoac Calgary T2S 4M9. Measwhilfc. tae depertrjieis: of asd forests contsrroes to call- for subnassoea Tbe sabznissioEs be sent to tbe cir- ector of lands by DKL Si, 2972. IE March, or later in tbe spang. IbeEs- yircBiirject nolji Searings to try to determine policy oc tat fafeore ol tbe east slopes. Tbe and ProviDcial Parks As- sociation is a teacb-ia ence for Feb. S and 4. at the Sfeiiros Scieices Kesearch Centre located is tot TCananasSrk Jr jg liffiited to 50 persons. Those inEerested in attesMEag should Calgsry-Banff Gbsotor, KPPAC, Box University oi Cslgary. On the use of words Theodore Bernstein jj HL Jack. A that made its rather raplclv from ths stafes of slaag to tae status of staadard is that is, if joa coasider three or four decades to be a short erne. The into use ProMhiiion. is th? i920Ts sac fiieant to steal bootleg liquor or ocser coaiiajjecd ii transit ProhatiKi vamsoed, but tbe "word survived. K days ii to taie over any asice or its contents in transit The origb of fie wore is sot at aH certain. One dictionary relates ii to tbe noun iajacker aud sees the origin of that word in tae fclgh of bighwiymau plus jtcker, it conaects Trite jack, aean- icg to bust at sight Kith the aid of a jack ligbt That etymoiogr zaaj' be correct bat it sounds a little f arf etched. A better guess appears ia a note in H. L. Meockeo's Aroericaa -csijere tbe word is traced to tbe command customary in hold- ups: "Stick 3esi up high. or. more sisrpjy. ''Up high, A citation in Weaeworb aad Flexners "Dictionary of American Slang" goes along with that ex- except that it drops the word But most other dictionaries say that fee csigin of tbe is uncertaia or obscure. A recent offspring' -of W- Jack is skyjack, sad the etymologists have no reason to be up ia fes air abcpot fee of teat oce. Word oddities. A newspaper editorial said. "Tbe af Senator Eagietco from tbe Democratic national ticket aa admirable act of self-abtegatioiL" To speak of self-abnegation denotes reaioda- tioB or ecjuremaat or self-dflrJsl. all o! Tvords mean something that only tbe self can do. To pia s self is front of abnegation is to coin a applicative Let abnegation speak for its sell N'ot fit. In tbe careful use of English fitted is preferred as tbe pest tease of fit: "He exactly fitted tbe requirements of fee job." Aad tbe same goes for begt and outfit. Tffnec tbe meaning is to cause to fit. tbe past tense form fitted is aot oaly preferable, but is just about mandatory: "Ee -was fitted for pair of jeans'5 or "Her upbringing fitted ber for the task of socuJ worker." ;