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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, Otfobtr JO, THI IITHMIDOI HBIAIO 19 1971 VW 411 VOIKSWAGEN Philosophy For 1970s OTTAWA (CP) The 1970s will be a decade that "we dare not assume will be a continuation of the the Ttudeau government says in setting out the philosophy of the speech from the throne. Canadians in the "new age" will be "subject to forces not all of which are yet compre- hended or understood, forces which will proceed from ex- teiiial ss as interns! ori- gins." American influence in Can- ada, the influence of multi-na- tional corporations, Canada's position in the world are some of the external forces. "It is a new age not so much because of changed cir- cumstances, but new because 'of changed values and atti- tudes. "Because of the clash or these new values and the old, because of the quest by the young and disillusioned for some resolution of attitudes, we live in a period of tense- ness and unease. Canadian Held In Rio RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) A young Canadian woman has been held in a Brazilian jail without charge for seven weeks, on suspicion of subversive activ- ities. The Canadian embassy here confirmed that Tanya Chao, 25, was arrested on Aug. 28. Her husband, Spanish national Maria Jose Lopez Chao, and his brother Francisco also were ar- rested about the same time. The Vancouver-born Mrs. Chao was teaching English in a Hio language school at the time of her arrest. She has not yet been charged and therefore there was no record of her im- prisonment. News of the arrest did not come out until Thurs- day. Canadian officials have been hi touch with Brazilian authori- ties since the arrest and some have talked to Mrs. Chao in jail and reported that she was "in good health and spirits." Kinqland, I I'lereditk INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON S07A 7th STREET SOUTH RE-JOINS DUNLOP FORD! MR. STEVE DAKU After a short abiencs we wet- coma Mr. Steve Daku beck to the Duniop Ford sales staff. Steve Is a married man with 2 children and has been associated with the automotive business for the past 10 years. Steve Invites many friends and customers to come in and discuss their automotive re- quirements with them. 1718 3rd Avenue South "It Is an age frequented by violence as desperate men seek ill-defined goals; an age of frustration as gentle men impatiently question old assumptions. LAST OPPORTUNITY "It is an age in which the forces of science a.nd technol- ogy now in motion are so massive, so swift, and so com- prehensive that man may be facing his last opportunity to control his own destiny rather than be subject to it." If Canadians want it, they can have a society in differences are regarded as assets, not liabili- ties." freedom and equality of opportunity re- main as our most cherished possessions." enjoyment of life is measured in qualitative, not quantitative terms." and daring, ingenuity and initiative are encouraged "not coldly and impersonally for the sake of efficiency, but with warmth from the heart as between friends." Canada's Oldest Press Club Admits Women WINNIPEG (CP) The Winnipeg Press Club, the ..oldest of its kind in Canada, voted Thursday to admit women as full members, ending 93 yean as a male preserve. The vote was 20 to 11 to permit women to apply for membership and it both pleased and appalled ob- servers. "I was amazed at the nit- said pipe-smoking Mary Bletcher of the Winni- peg Tribune, "but I'm pleased with the final deci- sion." The club will also investi- gate possibilities of merging with the Winnipeg Women's Press Club. Nobel Prize Choice Rapped MOSCOW (AP) The Sonet Writer's Union today termed rt "deplorable" that the Nobel Prize for literature was awarded to banned Sonet aa- iwr Alexander Solzhenitsyn. In the first official Soviet reaction to the award, published ay the government newspaper Izvestia and carried by the offi- cial news agency Tass. the uoica secretary stated: "It is deplorable that the Nobel com- mittee allowed itself to be drawn into an unseemly game which was started by no means in the interests of development of .the spiritual values and tradi- tions of literature, but was prompted by speculative politi- cal considerations." Publication of most of Sol- zhenitsyn's work is banned in the Soviet Union. Thoinson Buys U.S. Papers ZANESVTLLE, Ohio (AP) Tbe ZanesvUte Times-Recorder and the Cosbocton Tribune have been sold to Thomson News- papers Inc., the Iocs! owners announced Friday. The pur- chase price was not disclosed. Clay Littick, president and publisher of the two papers, said he will remain with them until the new owner takes full possession, possibly at the end of the year. St Clair McCabe, executive vice-president of Thomson Newspapers Inc., said no per- sonnel or policy changes are planned. Single Currency For ECM LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) Plans for creation of a single currency for the European Com- mon Market by 19SO were an- nounced yesterday by Luxem- bourg Prime Minister Pierre Werner. The first three-year stage of a transition to full economic and monetary union would begin in January if the plan is accepted. In a report to ministers of the six Common Market countries, experts endorsed a plan for cen- tral bankers to begin cutting the margin of their currency's fluc- tuation of the start of the transi- tion. Informed sources indicatec that a cut to per cent from the current envisaged Common Market ministers will discuss the report when they meet here Oct. 26. Ex-Leader Told To Get Chit ABIDJAN (Reuters) For- mer Biafran leader Odumegwu Ojukwu has been ordered to lea-re the Ivory Coast, where he has lived since the end of the Nigerian civil war, an Ivory Coast government spokesman said here. The spokesman refused to confirm or dany rumors that Ojukwu already has left the country. The official statement said he had been told to Isave "with the briefest delay." It was assumed here that In- terviews Ojukwu gave to West- ern journalists in recent weeks had been interpreted by Ivor} Coast authorities as a breach o the conditions under which he was allowed to live here. One condition was that he refrain from political activity. Violence Flares On Campus HUNTTNGTON, W.Va. (AP) Police said Friday 24 persons have been charged with inciting to riot after about 100 state and city police, armed with tear gas and loaded shotguns, .dispersed a crowd estimated at on the Marshall University cam- pus. The number who actively par- tlcJpated in the demonstration was estimated by police at about 100 to 200 students, but at times the entire crowd joined in shouting obscenities at police. The students apparently were incensed over drug raids that resulted in 10 arrests early Thursday. They refused to dis- perse throughout the evening. But they retreated each time police advanced. Police finally sprayed pepper and tear gas into the crowd that had earlier caused Mayor Rob- ert Heinerman and City Mana- ger Edward Ewlng to declare a "riot situation." A city patrolman was Injured -ANNOUNCEMENT- IS MY CAR READY FOR WINTER? How Is My f ANTI-FREEZE HEATER BATTERY TIRES BLOCK and HEATER FLUSH A FALL TUNE-UP IS A MUST! Better I Should Go To EL RANCHO TEXACO Today! El Rancho Ernie Says DON'T SUFFER ALONG WITH A POOR RUNNING MOTOR SEE US TODAYI El Rancho (TEXACO] Service 6th AVE., M.M. DRIVt PHONE 327-5406 THE GOLDEN MILE DROP-IN CENTRE Wishes to The Winner of the Quilt Raffle at BERTHA CARRELLS, Foremost, Alberta A THANK The Board to ttiank oil its .friends for helping to make the official opening to successful. Show us. Show yourself. In the Canadian Armed Forces you'll have a real opportunity lor modern infantry trainlno in man's world of action among men. We're interested in you and wo look after you. You'll QQt experience and good pay. You'll enjoy me benefits of 30 days leave eacit yw- wri the opportunity to see new places. The Military Career Coun- will give you all the de- tails on the your move. BRIDGE TOWN HOUSE MOTEL 12 Noon to 8 p.m: Wednesday, Sept. 16 TMf RAMAINAN ARMED FORCES late Thursday' when a rock hurled through atelephone booth struck him in the head. It was the first major disturb- ance to rock the campus of students. Acting President Don- ald Dedmon called it a "sponta- neous TfcLJNJs I Royal Tour to Royal ler Fhir Toronto It's CN's 18th Annual Maple Leaf Escorted Package Tour, and in- cludes such exciting fea- tures as round trip rail sleeping car transporta- daily pass to tha to the Royal Horse Show, conducted tours of Toronto and Niagara Falls, and much more. As low as from Edmonton from Calgary RESERVE NOW) Tour departs November llth, returns Novembnr 19th. Phono today for full details and reserva- tions, Edmonton