Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
24 IHt UTHiiilPSE HEtAtO Wte College raps foreign influence CU6-UJY (CP> The stu-1 in the United States." i dents' union at Mount R o y a 11 The problem of non Cana- College says foreign influence I dian content m education could I has turned" the institution into I "a branch plant for U.S. schol- arship." Top administrative posts at the community college, includ- ing the presidency, are held by Americans, the union says in a brief prepared for the Moir commission into non Cana- dian influence on post-second- ary education in Alberta. The brief was presented to the college's board of govern- ors for their information and said the needs of a distinctive Canadian community cannot be met by an Americanized insti- tution. CHARGE SELLOUT The college "was born in Cal- gary and is financed by the workers of Al b e r t a but in terms of administrative gui- dance, transferability and course content it is growing up not be separated from the whole problem of American political and economic domin- ation of Canada. The brief accused the Social Credit government of "selling out this province to American vested interests'1 aud urged exclusion of non Canadians from administrative posit ions with Canadians receiving prior- ity for faculty appointments. 'The brief is to be presented to the provincial government commission when it opens pub- lic hearings March under chairman Arnold Moir of Ed- monton. Oddities in the news LOS ANGELES (AP) Dominic Lopez, 27, a garage manager, was driving to work when an armored car pulled out of a driveway in front at him. The truck's rear door swung open and a large canvas bag fell to the pavement, he said later. "I stopped and picked it up and started honking my horn but the truck kept on said Lopez. He said the truck turned left and "all of a sudden it stopped, real fast." "The guy came running back in a hurry and I yelled: Tve got the money.' The man took the bag, said Lopez, and muttered, "Thanks, then got back in the truck and pulled away. Bank of America officials said the bag probably con- tained between and in cash. No truck crew reported Thursday's incident to any of the three armored truck com- panies serving the bank, offi- PALERMO, Sicily (Renter) Astarving 42-year-okJ mother of three was rescued by police here after being imprisoned four years in a tiny windowless room by her husband. Police said they found Maria Scavuzzo re- duced almost to a skeleton in a room without furniture or sanitary facilities. Francesco Scavuzzo, 48, and his 74-year- old mother Rosaria were ar- rested on kidnapping PICTURESQUE PROTEST In Italy, where things are done in style, hundreds of schoolchildren and their mothers made an abstract design in Rome's Piazza del Campidoglio. They were demonstrating for more schools. Calley tells trial his joV FORT BENNING, Ga. (CP) Men, women, children. They were all the enemy to Lieut. William Calley at My Lai, he people he'd been or- dered to destroy. "I didn't discriminate be- tween individuals in the village, he testified Tuesday at his murder trial. Calley appeared edgy and Pattern Pretty and practical! Sh can wear cape and suspende skirt together or separately. Wear this jaunty cape ove dresses or knit skirt. Knit i sport yarn with cables marc; ing all around. Easy! Pattern 7274: sizes 2-12 included. FIFTY CENTS (coins) fi each pattern (no stamp please) add 15 cents for eac pattern for first-class mailin and special THE LETHBRTDGE HERAL Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Otnario orried-looking at the start of joss-examination, which con- inues today. But the answers were crisp rnd capped with military "sir" s prosecutor Aubrey Daniel, an irmy captain, ied him through he day nearly three years ago, n which the army charges Cal- ey murdered 102 villagers with remeditation. Calley told how the 27 men in his platoon started through the village with their guns blazing. ILLING HIS JOB "That was my job on tha ay. That was the mission I wai given. I did not sit down and link in terms of them as women and children. They were 11 classified the same, and tha vas the classification that we ealt with, just as enemy sol iers." "I felt then and I still do tha acted as I was directed, and'. arried out the orders that was given, and I do not fee wrong in doing so, Calle) aid. The defence contends tha Calley acted under orders fro: as commanding officer, Capt Irnest Medina, and sufferet rom "diminished mental ca a c i t y" caused by comba stress which prevented him evaluating whether the order were legal. The prosecution contends tha at least 70 persons, mostly ol< men, women and children, wer killed in a ditch by Calley an other members of his platoon. Calley said five or six mem jers of his platoon joined him in shooting the civilians in th ditch. DENIES KILLING BABY Calley also denied he had an tiling to do with the death of other civilians who were mowe down in another part of the v lage. He denied prosecutio charges that he killed an infa and a monk. Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRES Sully, veteran Newsweek corresponi ent who lived for the last years in South Vietnam, in helicopter crash. Union City, Pa. 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