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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta No turning back now: Britain on road toward Kurope North BEST FOOT FORWARD Chief Dan George, of Vancouver, B.C., steps forward to receive the Medal Service after being appointed to the Order of Can a ceremony at Government House in Otlav mony was a formal occasion and Chief George was re- splendent in full tradilional Indian regalia, including buck- skin footwear. ado in The cere- LONIJON The late Dean Achi'son once wrote that. Bi it tin lii'il lost an empire and had not yet lound a role in world allairs. That role now seems I" have emerged. i he impressive II o u s c of Commons vole Thursday favor- ing Common Market entry sig- nifies that Britain is firmly on the road to Europe, with a ro- used personality related more to her European neighbors than those across the seas in the Commonwealth. Despite the impressive vic- tory lor Prime Minister Heath, indications arc that the British public is far Irom convinced that ils destiny lies with the Continent. But. there appears to be no turning back though the journey is till precarious. Gradually as Heath persists in his campaign to make Britain think Euro- pean, the general British reac- tion is likely to be more recep- tive. Itaditionally. Britain has maintained a position of aloof- ne's and independence. Her w it m relations to the Common- He ilth were borne out of a colo- nial empire. .Just as she always seemed to guard herself against European interference, Britain found that Europe was always suspicious of her intentions. That long period of mutual disliust appears to be disap- pearing. The growth of Euro- pean prosperity has impressed British industrialists. Many al- ternatives to Common Market membership, such as transat- hntic tree trade with Canada and the United States, have been considered only to be tossed aside as impracticable. At one time Britain took the initiative and offered two-way free trade with Canada only to find Canadians shrinking from the challenge that free trade would present to protected in- dustries. A role in Europe appears more reassuring for Britain. British industrialists are con- vinced that once they get in, they will be able to exert power- ful managerial influence on Eu- rope's future. It also appears likely that Eu- rope will absorb much of Brit- ain's concentration and energy. Jean Monnct. the 82-year-old father of "European unity, sug- Novtmbdr 3, 1971 THE tETHBRIDGE HERAID 17 Judge doesn't favor lines for lawbreakers Hosts that Britain understands join, the reshaping of Ihe grand j Commonwealth interests. Furopcan institutions belter Market design appears For Canada an enlarged Ku- tlian Europeans themselves. i The strength of Britain at, ropean market likely will en- j PEACE RIVERA (CPt-Chief Vr Jiuice Miivam said that Some British critics predict Hie European conference table sure wider need of Canadian that Market membership will I is likely lo he increased en- j raw materials and resources, turn the once mighty Britain i largcmcnt of the Canadian and j But many Canadian manufac- Justice J. V. If. Milvain of the into a mere province. The more and West Germany. Allxjrla Supreme Court said here lie does not favor allow- ing drug offenders to pay allowing a lawbreaker to pay a fine pul-s a price on crime. U.S. industrial base here as a turers may find themselves dc-, convincing outlook is that Brit- natural springboard for Euro- pending more heavily Ihr.n ever'fines, ain will exert European leader-; pean penetration. on the American market. The I Is no pcna. sltip, particularly in view of British officials suggest the prospect of expanding markets j rich and it inflicts hardship on continuing friction between the stronger Britain becomes the in Ihe Soviet Union and China is i Ibe poor." he said in senlcnc- two other main runners, France easier it will be for her to help hopeful. But such expansion will old Commonwealth comrades, i likely lo be slow to grow and Perhaps equally valid is the j difficult to retain in comparison With the prospect (hat three other countries, Ireland, Nor- and Denmark, also will demoted a spc prediction that European part- nership may lessen Britain's with the more established mar- kets in the Western World. ing Richard Joseph Stappler. 21, of Kelowna, B.C. for posses- sion of the drug MDA. Slapplcr received a two-year i search's begin suspended term. i her. DEMOTED STAMP SIIAR.IA1I. Persian Gulf for the Sheik Khalid bin Sultan of this Trucial slate, piqued by the il in his domain. ial coir.memora- one-eighth the en issued at the ing a year ear- live stamp If value it had 326 5th St. S. Phone TOMORROW, THURSDAY 9 AJI. Of Our Newly Renovated Turner is considering Criminal Code amendment OTTAWA (CP1 Justice Minister John Turner said Mon- day he is considering a Crimi- nai Code amendment, would spell nut an accused's i ight to counsel. He told the Commons that such action was incorporated in Ihe proposed constitutional amendments worked out. in June hy Prime Minister Tntdeau and provincial premiers at Victoria. The entire constitutional charter was .shelved after Quebec refused to ratify il. i Mr. Turner also said bail re- I form legislation will be put into i effect Jan. 2, 1372. The minister was replying to questions by T. C. Douglas, for- mer NDP leader, and .John Gil- bert B r o a d- both of whom referred to weekend report by the Canadian Civil Liberties Association on the courts. Mr. Douglas said Ibe report states that more than half of accused persons have no lawyer and that one fifth spend bc- tween a week and three months in jail be for. trial. Mr. Turner said he would look at the report and hopes the j bail-reform legislation will help 'the situation. Skidding market slams brakes on NtfW YORK (AP) The stock market s I a m m e d the brakes Tuesday on a headlong slide that had carried it Monday to n 1971 low. Mobile homes insurance probe urged CALGAKY