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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 14, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Pompidou introduces new style Curtain comes down on dramatic era By CY FOX Canadian Press Staff Writer The death of Charles de Gaulle formally rings down the curtain on a dramatic era :n French foreign policy, even though his political heirs have repeatedly pledged fidelity to his principles in mapping their approach to world problems. Gaullist Georges Pompidou, the general's successor as presi- dent, introduced a new style to the conduct of French foreign relations when lie assumed off- ice last year. But he has made a point of adhering to the broad outline of policy established by de Gaulle. True to the former president's example, Pompidou continues to reject the division of the world into opposing power blocs and he also reiterates F r a n c e's claim to independence in tlio formulation of foreign policy. Moreover, after the murder of Quebec Labor Minister Pierre Laportc, the current French chief of state mixed his condem- nation of the act with an .expres- sion of continuing concern about serious events affecting the French-speaking community in Canada. TONE MODERATE The Gaullist element in such statements is obvious, but Pom- pidou has not indulged in the kind of flamboyant gestures about Quebec that were typical of the general, especially during the last stages of his 11 years in power. The war-of-nerves atmosphere prevailing in Franco-Canadia relations following tlie the president's visit to Quebec i July, 1967, began to ease afte Pompidou assumed power. The new president promise "gjcd understanding and har mony" in welcoming the recen ly-appointed Leo Cadieux as Ca nadlan ambassador to Frani last month. And, in similar fashion, Pon> pidou has seen to it that tli process of French reconciliatio with the United States is carric on, despite the suspicions ofte voiced in Paris during the d Gaulle era about American fluence. One especially noteworth feature of French foreign polic since de Gaulle's resignation i the way Paris has concedes Choquette cites reasons for ransom rejection QUEBEC (CP) Justic Minister Jerome Choquette to the Quebec national assembl Friday the government's fin rejection of ransom demands b the Cross-Laporte kidnapper was necessary to prevent "slipping toward anarchy." Speaking during the third da of an emergency debate into th Price war may last for years TORONTO (CP) The cur rent supermarket price war may "last a long mean years instead of A. J McKichan, president of the He- tail Council here. of Canada, saieen left homeless in floods in igeria's rivers state, press re- orts said here. Several towns nd villages were submerged. ASHPHALT PAVING TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co, Ltd. PHONE 328-2702 327-3610 Si ological basis for his Involve- ment in the affairs of Quebec. Place de Gaulle PARIS (Renter) The Place de 1'Etoile, star-shaped site of Ihe Arc de Trimophe, will be named Place Charles de Gaulle, the Paris municipal council an- nounced today. Solurdoy, November 14, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 25 Buck unopposed in Clover Bar ARDROSSAN (CP) Walter Buck, Social Credit Clover Bar, was MLA for unopposed when lie was nominated to con- test the riding in the next pro- vincial general election. Staff cut seen OTTAWA (CP) BushneU Communications LW., operat- ing CJOH-TV here, announced here the 225 member staff of the organization will be trimmed to about 180 because of slackening business where there) a special need, there) Motorways. We specialize. In a lot of things. We have peopje who are specialists on trans- portation problems. And special equipment from heated or refrigerated trailers to dry vans, meat-trailers, open-top and livestock trailers., .to special facilities.for loading. We specialize. If you MftfftFUIfjMfT specialize, call the specialists. _ I A has a lot more going for you! Five years ago, who'd have thought there'd be a Volkswagen this different? The Super Beetle. Nobody did. Least of all us. Because 5 years ago, we thought.the Beetle was virtually perfect. But, because we've never been able to leave well enough alone, over 1000 improvements have been made to it since. Like: a whole new front suspension system. A bigger, more powerful engine. A new heating system that now has heaters and a total of 7 different outlets. And a new ventilation system. There's now a rear window defogger. A trunk that carries twice as much as ever. A wider track for an even belter ride. And bigger brakes for quicker stops. The end product of all this ing? The 1971 Super Beetle. There's never been another car like it. And that includes Volkswagens, J ;