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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, November 23, 1971 THE LEIHBKIDGf HkRALD 7 World model for 100 years, Canada-U.S. relations now strained William i.. ll.viin, ASSII- rialrd I'rrss news iinalysl. Mils HSSiKnrcl m-nilly I" ivrifp a scries (if firticlcs on C'aiiadlaii-Anicrifaii ri'ln- tions. Mis Him1 sluricn arc hcing distributed liy 'I'lin miilian Press to provide an American viewpoint matter of urfii'iil nirmil In- tc'rest. Tliis is the first "f tlic Hirer. liy WIU.IA.M I.. IIVAN' TORONTO iAP> A can (lain.'ipc n nciphlnirhond. A (cud can lead, lur r-xampie, In I ho appearances of fences where tin-re were none Wore. Kenccs, visihle. or invisible, are something Canada and tire I United States have managed to do without through a cen- tury of friendship across their long and undefended borders. Today their relations are not, by any means, at the j stage of feud. Hut it could i come to that. The relations j I hat have been a model fcr I he world for year', air (Irleriornling in the wake of NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT Tuesday SUNSET 4 Friday CAMEOS Saturday BARNEY and the BEERNUTS 733 13lh St. N. MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLY! CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "THE BALLAD CAULK HOGl'E" In Technicolor. Starring Steela Stevens and David Warner. Tuesday and Wednesday, November 23 and 24. Tuesday show at p.m. Restricted Adult. FORT MACLEOD Empress Theatre "THE liorsic THAT DRIPPED BLOOD" In Techni- color. Starving Christopher and Peter dishing. Tues- day and Wednesday. November 23 and 24. Tuesday show at p.m. Adult'. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "LOVERS AND OTHER STRANGERS" In color. Tues- day and Wednesday. November and 24. Tuesday show p.m. Restricted Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "LAST SUMMER" In color. Starring Barbara liershey and Richard Thomas Tuesday, November 23. Shows at and OMHl p.m. Restricted Adult. neuly-adopkd I'.S. economic i moves. Tin; deterioration had set in j belorc that, however. Via- a j long time, much of Canada has fell abu.-.ol, dominated, neglected, robbed of identity. The United Stales, tians- (ixed by ils own monumental problems, seems lo many Ca- nadians not lo give a hoot about Canada except as i con- v r n i e n c e. Though there's hardly a Canadian withuM, friends or relatives in the United States, many Canadi- ans Icel tbal Americans re- main sealed off from Canada by placid ignorance of what tiie country is all about. THADK ALL IMPORTANT The president of the United Stales himself recently touched an exposed nerve. A mouth after unveiling his eco- nomic policy, President" Nixon remarked at a news confer- ence "Japan is our big- gest customer in the world am! we are their biggest cus- tomer in the world." The tact is that Canada and the United Slates are each other's best customers. The two-way flow between them is the greatest trade volume be- tween any two in ail history. The presidential remark "scared hell out of an Ontario official reports. "'1'r.s mere thought that the president of the United Slates should be so poorly advised that he could make such a statement, so factually incor- rect, worried me about the sort of advice lie might be gelling on other said Allan Grossman, provin- cial minister of trade and de- The minister has companv in this sentiment. Few casual presidential r c m a r k s huu' rankled so in the Canadian To Canadians, it illus- trated precisely what has beer, wrong in Americans' at- titude toward their neighbors. Influential people in Canada's business and political world complain that the country is taken for granted by Ameri- cans, many cf whom are ut- terly ignorant of the import- ance of Canada to ths United States, ignorant of the scope of the two nations' trade. Many Canadians complain that Americans in general doii't seem lo want In know anything about Canada apart j Ircim tlie. fact that it is a big. spar.'.elv-seltled country Ihat is Muted for hunting, fishing, snow and customers for U.S gi.ods. Canada is mighty subcon- tinent spanning seven lime zoni.-s, slretcliing from the re- j Yukon on the Arctic j rim-! to Newfoundland in the I Nor.ii Atlantic. This aria, about fourteenth o( Ihe j earlh's land Mirlace. lias only j ahum L'l.ri-million people. .Nine out of lo Canadians nvc in a hrlt of territory immcciiat'ly ad pining the United Slates, i Tl si makes for an acute Ca- J I'PI MDENT Real blooper naclian consciousness of Ihe American neighbor. Across the political spec- t r u m Canadians varying degrees of intensity nation was kicked in the teeth by the Nixon pol- icy thai imposed a 10-per-cent surcharge on imports inlo Ihe I'.S. Many Canadians felt their country deserved special treatment. Geography and natural in- clinations, plus a desire to re- took a great idea th a silly name... gave it a areat name. tnn.Kia Duck li ;ili sL.'ii'ictl Ions; Gcnnnny, wlicn bottles of red and white wines mixed together nnd tlic result rnllcd or cold ends n iL'i'ni thai over the years was changed to ''Kallc Hntc" or, literally, "Cold Calona's brand new fun wine deserves ;i better name because it's really some- thing special! A fascinating blend of Calonn sparkling white wine and spark- ling red wine. It's a unique, light-bodied sparkling red wine that's fun to serve and fun to drink by itself, with any food, and for entertaining anytime. The special name tells you it stands apart from the rest of the flock! Represented by L 3. McGuinncss Distillers Agencies Lid. move l.'jjvt'lf fruiii Hrin-ii jji'uk'i'Uon iiii'l ;t coloniiil his- tory had turned UH v.ard Iht I'liit- d In time ;iy in I'OX'inbic her in.-jfihbur in uil'.iirc, in cctnoir.y, in h u n d r e d s of v.ays. The iived Li ih-.' same v.tiy, ale iht same liic SLP.K.' hooks, tlvc .sainfi inovifs nnd hi'iird the .same Karno Ian- SKKK OWN IDKNTIIV 111 llii1 a Canaiiian urjie a naticnal idonlity of their ov.n. Jn the words of Peter C. New- man, an editor uho has be- come a .spokesman for Cana- dian Canada became a nation in danfitr of in American dol- ]ai's. Ameriean culture, Amer- ican kno'.v-hrju- nnd ihe Ameri- can dream.1' How many ff-e! a number. A Committee for an Independent Canada, formed only a apo. now lias a quarter of a million member ard is grow- ing. Hut theif a Caiuidijiii di- lemma pent-rating frustration. Becauve Canada ti'.c United Stales' neighbor, .she prospered and today has the second-highest living standard in the world. to many. Canada is too far from being hsr cwn mistress in loo many Some of i he complaints against the neigh- bors pound extreme, but mof-'t are fairly moderate, voiced more in sorrow than anger. Among the mere rxtrerr.e views are of (Hen Frankfurter, head of a metal products firm who wrote a book called Baneful Domina- tion. He feels Canada had two b a d and acquired a bad neighbor, the United States. He contends thai Canadians must recognize and correct historical inadeciuacies tlia: Jed to their eclipse so that they might own their own fac- tories, sing their own songs, read their own books and see their own artists perform Ca- nadian works. Seme laugh T.I that sor! of thing. "We are going in fcr solf- psychoanalysis and s o u 1- searching days even more than the said one journalist. Because of the overwhelming presence of the U.S. economic colossus. M iU u d f f ;n i 1 lid 10 1 111 tff01 t I u ihi! UK t i j i ITU nl I t i conviction the i u t in dd d h PH i j j ID i M 1( M i ind M in KJ UJO IK urn in] If d J inp Jittt con idt it] i II t ti LI I UK d S il t fold m id i pt, D' i (j in ih n it I 1 f> t i f HI i U ion i i d 1 i i i i lime idi umi i, h i ft ,'i r n d v v, f I h, lilt lllt-lii r I )K i ccni of C i at' j to tne I nitc d tcs i billion It dp] iif-> on! t i ufdciuicd SUCK! 'j t is f thu (.LI all STl'DY IMPACT 11 c L c attKti i i f ia of rising national itic-iinc n Ciiiddd 1ft i iut 1 i i rnn nil f f F m f 1 t I1 urk iu ih i ilit. the impttt ol i it t i i r I i t j i 1 il Ij'lUl 1 If 1 1C l rour-year retjuiremciil for teachers EDMONTON" CP l-'our years of cciKaiion should be set as the minimum requirement fur initial certifi- cation, the Alberta TearliC-r.-' Association sva'cht to select the most pcipu'ar name.- of girlv he said, "Sn v.c computer to feed out tliC first names which occurred most frequently among our s.noo to 4.000 female "Thsi's how we got and about 60 other By now. he -aid. "each of National's plane.s Hs one of our cirl's name' p-inird nn Latta trial date fixed EDMONTON 'CTl Keith Laita. of Kmnston '.vtll be tried Dec. 1'i for non capita, murder in the June 1" shoci1.- 1112 of travel aeent Robert ille. Latia. wlio in berta Supreme Conn for f.r- raignment Monday, was c'narg ed after Neville was found dei'l in do'vvniown office. The accused, R law profes- sor Queen's tn Kingston, was arrested at home a week alter rbc iravti aeent's body was found. The Finest in PHILIPS Component Stereo SOtD BY JACK'S RADIO and TV "YOUR DEALER WITH SERVICE" 302-13 S-, North STARTS THURSDAY CUNT EASTWOOD AY MKTY FORME" It's a Killer! RESTRICTED ADULT BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS FOR CHRISTMAS DAVID LEAN'S FILM ft B0fi? ADULT ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT and WED. At p.m. MATINEE WEDNESDAY ONLY AT P.M._______ ADULT ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT and WED. At ond p.m -luaith Crist. NBC-TV tmTTI V Af BAi 1 Lffi 01 ADULT--NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN THERE IS NO EQUALTD THIS ,X CHROHICLE OF RAW COURAGE V >v J AND STUBBORN SAVAGERY! TONIGHT and WED. Firsl show Hi, NO. "THE McMASTERS" ;