Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
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Dr. Saul Levine, a 34-year- old psychiatrist at tfce Univer- sity of Toronto says the ture of the commune as flout- ing the manners and morals of civilized society is "fan- tasy." Dr. Levine recently com- pleted a study of 30 com- munes, 22 of them in Toronto, in conjunction with Dr. Rob- ert Carr and Wendy Ho- renblas of toe Hospital for Sick Children. "Whatever the commu- nalists initiaCy intended or practised, in time they dis- cover that to survive, a com- mune has to live by rules which govern sex, drug use, housekeeping and he says. "Tlje rules are not too unlike those which govern straight society." In the matter of sex, for ex- ample, men and women fall in love and insist that the privacy of their relationship be respected. Possessiveness and jealousy are character- istic of human beings in what- ever situation they happen to be living. DRUGS RESTRICTED Drug use in most com- munes was restricted to mari- juana and hashish. "Heroine, amphetamines and other narcotics were not says Dr. Levine. Why do people band to- gether in this communal kind of life? "The explains Dr. Levine, "offers an alter- nate style of living to young couples, small families and single people who feel alone and isolated in the big city." The people usually are dis- satisfied with conventional living arrangements. But they're not content to merely criticize the status quo and the Change comes slowly at English school By HUGH A. MULLIGAN ETON, England (AP) Un- der these ancient yews, within sight of Windsor Castle, it does seem a bit much asking a 15- year-old Greek scholar in white tie and tails what's new at Eton these days. The royal school that Henry VI founded in 1440 to combat heresy and pray for the repose of his soul doesnt change all that much. True, there's closed circuit TV in the classrooms now, a computer in the math depart- ment and all sorts of gadgetry in the language lab, but the oW oak desks where Gladstone carved his initials and Shelley hid his cat's skull for raising ghosts seem locked in the time- less tranquillity that shall for- ever be Eton. The only heresy about these days worth combatting is a stu- dent underground movement to admit girls, but even that seems as far off as a merger with Luton Comprehensive school Head Master Michael McCrum, a navy veteran, is not sold on toe efficacy of caning to quell mutiny among his charges. FLOGGED 80 BOYS His restraint represents a progression, or at lease a digr- ession, from tfce legendary John Keate, a 19th-century bead mas- ter who once flogged 80 boys at a kneeling. McCrum, educated at Cam- bridge, thinks today's Etonians work a good deal harder than their frequenUy flogged 18th- century counterparts, wboseem have spent mare lime poach- ing the king's rabbits m Wind- sor Great Park than in running down Greek irregular verbs. Since tie advent of national examinations in Eton, Harrow. Rugby. Winchester and the otiser great independent pri- vate schools (called "public" m Britain for reasons obscured by tradition) cave bad to accen- tuate tiie academic to koc? apace with some of the better equipped, state-supported com- prehensive schools. Although Winchester, founded in 1387 is older, Eton u unique in that every boy has nis own room and does a good deal of his work under the tutor sys- tem. The boys' bulletin board may advertise guitars for sale and a "genuine autographed Cat Ste- ven's but change comes slowly. The "wall an organ- ized riot, is still played every St. Andrew's Day, Nov. 30, even though no one has scored a goal since 1909. Brezhnev favors westerns MOSCOW (AP) My Dar- ling Clementine may not be everyone's favorite cowboy film, but it is for Kremlin chief Leonid Brezhnev. He carried a copy of the oldtime John Ford western in his lug- gage when he returned from the United States last month. Jack Vatenti. president of the United States Motion Pic- ture Association currently vis- iting Moscow for an inter- national film festival, re- vealed Tuesday Brezhnev's penchant for American cow. boy movies. Henry Kissinger called him, Vafenti said, shortly after the presidential adviser returned from prjssunwnH late with Brezhnev in Moscow. TO BUILD NEW TOWN BUFFALO, N Y. (AP) The town board in suburban Am- herst gave the go-ahead Mon- day to start construction of a new community to be called Auduboc. The slate Urban De- rclopisent jtons to spend million to develop the com- munity of boosing units for residents o na 2.000- acre site near the State Univer- sity's Buffalo campus. he said. "They want to ex- press their sentiments through their life style." A communal living situation presents a great number of potential friction points. Mem- bers must work out ways of handling such problems as privacy, space and discipline. Thus, people with fairly sim- ilar values seem to get to- gether in the first place. A good way of telling whether life in a commune is healthy? In a good commune, "the- pets are clean and sweet-tempered; in a bad one, thev are ill-kept and ill-tem- Although harmonious com- munal living is not easily achieved, Dr. Levine feels that the practice probably will spread. However it does not necessarily threaten tradi- tional family patterns. "Communes are better for some people, serve as a tem- porary stop for others and en- able growth for says Dr. Levine. "The communes serve as a warning that we must slow down and recap- ture some of the warm, fam- ily values we have de- stroysd." Accent on Youth Youth group criticizes recent energy paper OTTAWA (CP) A govern- ment-financed youth group sharply criticized Energy Minis- ter Donald Macdonald's recent energy paper Monday as a pol- icy vacuum that would do noth- ing to protect Canadians against rapidly rising gas and oil prices or conserve the coun- try's energy resources. The group, which calls itself participation in Energy Policy said in a statement the government paper virtually le- gitimized price increases by forecasting that oil and natural gas prices will more than, double by 1990. The group, financed under a Opportunities for Youth grant and headed by 21-year-old Toronto student Francois Breegha, said Mr. Macdonald's policy paper shied away from proposing a stronger govern- ment hand to control prices and prevent unnecessary ex- ploitation. "The fact that the green pa- per had been watered down be- fore its release to exclude serious consideration of the es- tablishment of a owned national petroleum com- pany is proof of the govern- ment's timidity in changing the status it said. The paper, tabled last month, also gave short shrift to devel- oping other energy sources such as nuclear, solar and wind power in order to conserve oil and gas, PEP added. The minister also ducked the two-price idea of taking advan- tage of high world prices for Canadian exports while enforc- ing a much lower price level at home. Instead, the group added, Mr. Macdonald would allow the strong energy demands in the United States and elsewhere to pull up prices for Canadian sinners. KEEP YOUR CAMERA LOADED COLOUR or BUCK WHITE JUST LEAVE YOUR FILMS AT FOR DEVELOPING AND PRINTING, AND RECEIVE A NEW ROLL OF FILM AT NO EXTRA CHARGE IN YOUR FINISHING ENVELOPE. 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