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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 THE UVHSiilOGE March 1171 Anthony Westell Is help the answer Keeping Canadian businesses out of the hands of the Americans has be come such an obsession with a great many people dial the idea of free enterprise is being further Free enterprise is not necessarily an ultimate to be bowed down to unre servedly but if it is to be abandoned it should be clone openly and un The welter of tariff protections and subsidies and incentives in effect in Canada indicates that free enterprise is now honored more in name than in The question is for the sake of the process of diminishing the reality of free en terprise should be A new assault is currently being massed by the book publishing in Loss oi a couple of old Cana dian firms to Ameiican interests and threats that more might go the same way has led to the book publishers seeking government assistance Book publishers may have as much right to expect some sort of protec tion as textile But it is a troubling question whether tax payers should shore up businesses simply to keep them There is some evidence that Cana dian publishing firms are in trouble because they have not operated wise ly which in the business world means for in got into difficulties when it installed a costly and uneconomical McClelland and Stewart has lost money on grossly over esti mated And it is altogether pos sible in the attempt to encour age Canadian writer too many books are being published more people seem to want to write novels than are willing to read as has been pointed It should be possible for Canadian publisheis to stay in business with out getting a handout from the gov But the fervor for Cana dianism might prevail over prudence and then the next industry in line can step up with hands Teachers demands With the mood of the public grad ually becoming less enchanted over the soaring cost of teach ers in and certainly picked a poor time to threaten to strike over unsatisfactoiy salary Teaching is an admirable profes one which takes pa tience and a genuine liking for young But for many years teachers had to put up with miserly unpleasant working and in many often spent long hours on extra curricular activities with their In the past couple of decades the lot of teachers has improved immeas Their federations have gone to batfor them on many issues to upgrade their Granted they are still not in the income bracket of other professional groups such as lawyers and nevertheless they have some advantages the oth ers do namely July and and ten days at Easter and Christ These fringe benefits are not re alized by many wage earners and while most people would not quarrel with the teachers real need for nor would argue that their annual wage increases have been too gener they are nonetheless perturbed when it appears demands are be coming Such is the case at the present time in the above mentioned prov inces where teachers have threaten ed to go on strike unless their de mands are Strikes by teachers should be unthinkable because ulti mately the students become the vic with the economy in the position of fighting inflation on one hand and unemployment on the the teachers are not going to maintain the sympathy and support they feel they deserve from the tax mainly because taxpayers have been happy to hear that educa tion costs were being questioned at long The per cent pay increase re jected by Calgary teachers recently is a move being repeated by their profession in the other provinces mentioned To the average wage earner this increase seems like a fair Sooner or later their and school boards are going to realize the pitcher can only go to the well so often before it runs very dry Weekend Meditation Against tlie stream rPHE great figures of the Bible are rep resented as strangers and pilgrims of the pioneers who never settled whose homeland was not on this They were who never took on the coloring of their environ That was one of the chief reasons why they Were They were foreign ers In every The writer of Hebrews says that they looked for a different kind of whose builder and maker is Society always tries to make men con form to its whatever they may A doctor remarked to a certain man who wondered what he would die that he would die of the currently popular di whatever it might be at that mo ment of his It is true in all fields of that fashions of thought con tinually almost as quickly as fash ions in The very language One sees tins in theology also If you at tend a theological certain uords will he all the vogue nest year there mil be new as there were dif ferent words at the conferences five ears Not to talk in terms of these words scorns almost as indecent ab if one dressed immodestly or Tlie systems1 and laws have their time of popularity and then are buried like the fos This tendency may prevent but ccitamly the to conformity in fashions is hard on the Morality requires a constant resistance to social pressures Morality demands going against tlie stirnm A has to steer his ovvn boat against the or he as cast up on tlie shores He has no no fixed Thus men and women can waste their lives in the countless cocktail parties or develop their talents hv the oppoitunities for lechmcal training or development provided in the Jesus consul ered failure to develop ones talents a mot rieadlv sin The man did not ue his talent sent to according to To fight the social currents a man must say no to some yes to He must be selective and not surrender his time to every trivial vagabond that grabs his If a man gives his time to he has no time to do Life is a matter of thinking The per son who wants to have every experience is quite without wisdom in If you have that you cant have Take what you want from Me and pay for but you cant have as the young man who came to Jesus found He went away for he had great He turned his back on You see it lav of jour Youth passes and with it tlie opportunity for ed ucation and training You cant the things at thirty that vou should have had at twenty Also vou form certain of thought from vou cannot extricate jouisclf It is terribly impor tant that a man control his that he decide what he wants Ins mind to what kind of food he will give to his what kind of effort he will require of his It is tlie same wav with his Whether a man drifts or steers is his decision Where he guides his boat is his decision Despite all he of a storm may wreck his But his only chance is to go in the right di and if one determines on one is left at the end with integrity of charac ter Life will have had a meaning and this meaning is not exhausted death II lias dimensions Every man lives know ing that he Hill never attain his goals in this if the goals are worthwhile That is why eternity is so Tennvson has a poem called Wages He suggests that the real man deserves his wages wludi aie the opportumtv to go on into eteini for the fulfilment of his queM Ciiule 0 Thou aredt Pilgrim tinouph this bairen S M From the bach IH Dong Walkrr 1 ESSIE SNOW of Milk River spoke in might he taken as confirmatory Church one Kunctay lint the fallow who was sitting behind me in She took the opportumtv to du the bnck When JeMr Imd hern talking for some nic t timr i I Dangerous oil shipping proposal In Room 475 of the block on Parlia ment the desk is littered with yellow message slips about calls from the chairs are piled with government and the floor is strewn with charts and newspaper The occupant of the crowd cluttered little office is Da vid en formerly a diplomat who was Canadas official spy in Hong Kong to keep an eye on and now a Liberal He is tapping his forehead with his knuckles in a gesture of frustration as he anguishes a b o u t why so few in Parliament and seem to be aware of what may be one of the most crucial Cana issues since Con All they worry about here is whether the PM said he says in turning over another pile of documents on his desk Anderson has been warning at the top of his voice for more than a year about the dangers of a proposal to ship oil in giant tankers from down the British Colum bia around the bottom of Vancouver Island and into a huge new refinery on the Nobody seemed to be listening until recently when Canadians on the west coast came alert to but An derson is convinced that few people have yet grasped the full implications he tankers sailing through some of the most dan gerous waters in the Pacific would threaten Canada with a vast pollution disaster from oil slupping route would rapidly become of such great strategic importance to Wash ington that Canada would have to expand its own navy to vide protection against subma rines or hand over defence of the area to the United But if the United States is convinced that it should not use the Pacific coast tanker Washington will almost certainly have to ask consent to build an oil pipeline from Alaska down across It it proved says Ander such a pipeline would it much more attrac tive to exploit resources in the Canadian Arctic which may otherwise lay untapped for years while development is concentrated in an in cluding of up to six billion dollars and be as im portant in the development of the West as the building of the Canadian Pacific Railway a century The prospect of development on this scale would bring to the crucial point of decision all the complex questions about Canadian and coopera tion on a continental energy The Canadian government is of course aware of the enor mous stakes involved in the decision about the Pacific tanker but it has its own tactical reasons for not becom ing too deeply involved at this When External Affairs Min ister Mitchell S h a r p is asked the occasional question in the he replies that it would not be proper in accordance with diplomatic custom for Canada to ap pear before the domestic commission which is at present hearing evidence on how best to move the Alaska oil to What he really means is that Canada does not want to be a supplicant asking the United States not to endanger the For Washington would then be in a position to drive a hard bargain for permission to use alternative route across The government might even insist on discussing Cana dian objections to the tankers in a package with objec tions to Ottawas nationalist policies extending territorial closing off fishing areas and exerting a 100mile antip Dilution zone in the Rather than become em broiled in giveandtake ne gotiations Sharp would much rather see the decide on its own to ban the Pacific coast tanker although he has written to the secre tary of state offering to dis cuss the While maintaining this offi cial arms1 e n g t h Sharp has taken the unusual course of urging private Cana dian citizens to make then own objections to the tanker route known in the United The plan to move huge quan tiites of oil from the north slope of Alaska through an 800 mile pipeline to the south coast of the and then by tank er to refineries in the state of just south of Van and in is said to be the largest private development project in costing billions of It is backed by a consortium of international oil corpora by the government of Alaska which claims it will go bankrupt without oil and by poweiful forces within the There have even been reports that the real reason President Richard Nixon fired the last secretary ot the interior was that he was not moving fast enough on the Alaska For Sharp to suggest that private Canadian citizens can have any worthwhile impact on such a formidable array ot may seem silly and an evasion of Ottawas own But Anderson has shown what one man can Speaking of growing French influence Letters To The Editor Another side to involvement in Vietnam ivar The much talked about Viet nam war involves many aspects and Many will argue that the United States entered the war only for economic and political Economically the United States has poured millions of dollars into the thus gearing considerable pro duclion towards its support and at the same time providing work for many Undoubt complete withdrawal at once would harm the economy greatly Politically the United States entered the war to maintain her status as a world there is another side to the Communism has spread tremendously and if not slowed it could com pletely take over our Do we want to live in a society that has no political or social where a handful of individuals control the majority to almost every movement Communism cer tainly doesnt let people make their own which ac tually infers thinking for one The Draft dodgers certainly arent overly patriotic to their Many feel that the war is All war is The First end Second World Wars were evil and hut if Germany hadnt been stopped there is no telling what the world would be like These individuals would rather have peace and not unlike the rest of yet it cer tainly wont be found under Do we want these migrators in our country They have clearly indcated that they have no intention of fighting to prolccl the country they live Many people are probably often misled by the news con cerning the especially on Biased opinions are often presented and as a result we see and hear nothing more than the chaos and destruction that is going We are often led to believe that the soldiers are nothing more than pot smok murdering savages Un Uiinrt Much nnr Admittedly much argument for and against marijuana and hashish is Also there is emotion caused by the facts My emotion is that if all who advocate the use of these drugs had one neck between them and I had an I would un hesitatingly show them no more mercv than they show Mjiool and willingly pav any price The fact is Iliai the use of drugs in Canada was and is maintained by criminal elements who do not care for any No standards of law or decency if they know what means Thfy cannot openly advertise hut the ran haw agents soft talking people into freedom of choice to use the sayim it is just social and a So vou never is it a paid a an honosl or a two minute i IxTHl No wonder not one is in be misled arc I recenllv a letter mm a uolllodo Solving the drug problem person who was taking scvcial different I was appalled at the Some of them could only have been taken lo coun teract the effect of He would have been fine if he had taken none of them Now he is in hospital with n nervous breakdown and no job Yet these were not mindaltering Do these drugs we dis cuss have and if what If Iliey arc harmless why ais we being told we furnish treatment centres to deal with the greatly increased problem they cause If they are no more harmful Ilian who in his right mind wants to double ihat problem we have there on the road alone These drugs are a legal prob no action of any sort can change The social prob lem that hurts us is hat of socalled educators who have no standards and in the name of freedom of speech and ac tion bring about the degenera tion of the If WP ever get gumption enough to solve that problem and get it across to these people that furnish the coin and they are servants and not the drug prob l ill A SIKNCKH called for incidents have un doubtedly occurred as they do in any Yet we seldom hear about the good the soldiers do such as assisting in building or repairing hospitals and Perhaps it is easy for some one who is not involved at all in the war to make comments without having full understand ing or knowledge of the since the war has dragged on many people have come lo conclusions and opin ions of their GERRY Conservation Lelhbridge Community Looking ThiotlRh the Heralrl 1121 The Commissioner of Public Works has announcer more trees will be planted at Henderson Lake this spring and Adams Paik will be un proved as a spoi ts area and ar outer belt of Irees 1931 Tlie city hangar at the municipal airport in North Lcthbridge was taxed lo ca when five planes were stored overnight As yet the cement floor and dp achieve when operating as a guerrilla fighter in the jungle of The first round in the strug gle went to conservation ists opposing the building of the TransA 1 a s k a They persuaded a judge that before work could start on he law required that the interior department report on the impact on the environ ment of the That 200 page report was published last and concluded that the pipeline should go Anderson got hold of the document almost by He was in Washington to at tend a private meeting when an alert newsman heard him arguing in the corridor with an Italian delegate about the pipe linePacific tanker and told him about the The Canadian embassy got Ander son a copy back in Ot he sat down to read He could hardly believe his own he as he icalized the shallowness of the Although he is chair man of the House of Com mons Special Committee on Environmental he does not claim to be an expert and does not expect to match himself against all the re sources of the govern When he for that the report examined the e c o 1 o g i cal consequences of building the pipeline in Alaska but almost totally ignored tha problem and dangers of the tankers carrying ihe oil fur ther he felt uneasily that there must be some other document he had not or some simple point he had over He resolved nevertheless to fight as best he could by carry ing his laymans arguments before public hearings in Washington on the Per haps tlie Canadian govern ment could not but an MP Anderson hitched a ride on a defence department plane to but otherwise paid his ovvn He was soon reassured about his own com petence as a critic when he got a again through a friend ly at an internal and confidential U government paper which was an even more damning indictment of the offi cial report than his own critic Tlie internal review was so damning in fact that the new interior secretary was already coming to the conclusion that there would have to in addi tion to the study of the pipe a separate study of tha danger of tanker So Andersons battle was al ready half won when he got up before the commission last week and argued politely but forcefully water between Alaska and Puget Sound are exceptionally dangerous to shipping and a major oil spill on the Canadian coast would be environmental study failed to make an adequate study of the alternative routs from Alaska across Cai da be cause the Canadian govern ment itself has not yet com pleted examination of the prob lems defence agree ments provide for Canada to be responsible for antisubma rine patrols off tlie Canadian and there has been no consideration of the security problems posed by the pro posed lanker The US commission on In qmry moved ils heaiuigs to Alaska tins Anderson was back In Ot confident that the vital decisions have been postponed for about a year and still try ing from the little office in the block to alert Canadians to the ical Toronto Star backward pioaclics have not been laid and it urned out no easy mat ter lo wheel the planes into the I fiist blackout lest in a major United Stales city will rlaiken Seattle for 15 min utes March After discussing new government school budgets and finance in gen Mayor S Turcotte is not hopeful of a cut in the mill rate this year The letlibridge Herald 501 7th Alberta LETHBRIDGE HERALD Proprietors and Publishers Published by BUCHANAN Second Class Mail Registration Mn 1112 Merrier of The Canadian Press and tfiB Canadian Daily Newspaper Publishers Association and Ihe Audit Bureau of Circulations CLEO Editor and Publisher THOMAS General Artanaqpr 10E RALLA Mlrwum FtMor ROY T Mil TJ 1AM HAY lllft AS 1C VMLKFR HERALD 5tRVES THL SOUTH ;