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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, March 26, 1*71 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Majority of world ideas come from outside Canada EDMONTON (CP) - Can-ada is a young country and the majority of the world's best ideas will come from outside its borders for some years yet. Dr. Max Wyman, president of the University of Alberta, said here Thursday. The world of scientific ideas in the first half of the 20th century was dominated by people Denies claim separatists in armed forces OTTAWA (CP) - Defence Minister Donald Macdonald denied Thursday an allegation by Parti Quebecois leader Rene Levesque that the Canadian armed forces are full of separatists. Replying in the Commons to Creditiste Leader Real Caouette, Mr. Macdonald said he has full trust in the forces, "particularly the French-speaking units." The minister added in reply to Michael Forrestall (PC-Dart-mouth-Halifax East) that security in the forces is kept under review at all times. There was no reason to. believe that the forces had been penetrated by separatists. Mr. Levesque made his allegation at a news conference in Regina Wednesday. like Einstein of Germany, Fermi of Italy, Weyl of Switzerland and many others, he told the Moir committee looking into non-Canadian influence on Alberta post-secondary education. "Education generally, and higher education particularly, is a world of ideas ... the time has not yet come when Canada can arrogantly say that we shall lock out the world of ideas that exists beyond our borders and go the rest of the way by ourselves." Canadian students must be able to go to other countries to study and Canada must be able to bring leaders of excellence to Canada to develop the best of Canadian learning, he said. FEARS GROUPS Dr. Wyman said he feared some groups are raising the issue, of non-Canadian influence on meaningless statistics. "If these issues develop into a witch hunt in Canada, then I want no part of it." Soviet Jews arrive TEL AVIV (AP) - Another planeload of Jewish immigrants from the Soviet Union arrived in Tel Aviv Thursday, but the censors refused to allow correspondents to report how many were aboard. It was one of the largest groups to arrive from the Soviet Union. WeJtkmdf Ou�|a THE POWER OF THE POOR - When someone worries about a late pension cheque, or rental problems, or baliff seizure, he can turn for help to someone who really knows about the problems of poverty. Canada's poor are forming self-help group* across the country. And the anti-poverty groups are developing their own leaders-like "troublemakers" Mike Carson and Peter Harrington, who know how to shake up middle-class officialdom. Read about the job they and others like them are doing for Canada's four million poor. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE He told of an American professor, Lloyd Williams, an eminent mathematician who came to Canada, stayed 45 years, but returned to the U.S. at age 80. ... Dr. Williams had urged Canadians to originate their own ways of pushing the. borders of mathematical study to new truths and to develop its own schools of mathematics. Although Dr. Williams was an American, be could not be termed a non-Canadian influence. The seven-member committee, headed by Edmonton lawyer Arnold Moir, was appointed by the Alberta government last January to look into issues raised by Ottawa professors Robin Mathews and James Steele. During hearings, which were also held in Calgary and Lethbridge, the committee received many submissions sup-portng allegations that Canadian universities were becom ing American dominated. But Mr. Moir said'Thursday that many submissions also indicated that Mathews and Steele statistics were incorrect. He asked Dr. Wyman if the university could supply information on citizenship of the teaching staff. The information is necessary if we are to find the truth of these matters, he said. Dr. Wyman, and several other department heads present at the hearing, said it was important for the committee to bear in mind that citizenship need not necessarily indicate a commitment to Canadian influence. Mr. Moir said the committee was interested in providing true statistics along with a full discussion on the matter so that the records could be put straight. The committee could call up each staff member and put them under oath to determine citizenship, but that kind of tactic was unpalatable, Dr. Wyman said. SAFEWAY MONEY SAVERS! PRICES EFFECTIVE IN UTHBRIDGE STORES MARCH 26th-27th Mix or Match HE'S A WINNER - Walter E. Fauntroy, 37, a Yale-educated clergyman who learned his civil rights activism from the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., has won the District of Columbia's first seat in the U.S. Congress in 100 years. YW denies propaganda ever issued TORONTO (CP> - An official of the Canadian Young Women's Christian Association denied yesterday the organization had ever issued a pamphlet containing anti-Rhodesia propaganda. Jean Campbell, associate ex-exirtive director, said a YWCA pamphlet attacked in a Rhode-sian senate debate could only have contained statistical information on education opportunities for white and black Africans and dealt with the whole of southern Africa. She said the information it contained was factual and informative, taken from statistical year books available to anyone, and covered South Africa and Portuguese Africa as well as Rhodesia. Its purpose was for study not propaganda, she said. Rhodesian senator Dr. Olive Robertson described Canada as one of the worst sources of ant i-Rhodesian propaganda during a debate in Salisbury and called on the government to "hit back" in any way it could. .the world's leading international beer. 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