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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October 29, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Finn top choice for Thant post UNITED NATIONS (Reutcr) Finnish Ambassador Max Ja> kobson, a fervent supporter of China's successful bid for UN representation and one of the few envoys who believed all along it would happen this year, zinc. The Alberta Safety Council DEFENSIVE DRIVING COURSE is available in your area Invest four hours and TO LEARN how to avoid the traffic patterns that lead to accidents; TO EARN two merit points in the demerit point system. For the dates of the next Defensive Driving Course in your area, contact the COMMUNITY COLLEGE LETHBRIDGE moved back today to the top of the list of prospects to succeed U Thant as secretary-general. Informed sources said there is reason to think Jakobson, 48, is acceptable to Peking, as he is known to be to the U.S. and Britain. Though Finland is Russia's neighbor, the Soviet government is said to have taken an ambig- uous position toward his candi- dacy, principally on the ground that he wrote a strongly anti-S'o- viet book on the Russo-Finnish war. France has been cool to him because he does not speak French. He has also observed further that there is no reason why the secretary-general should speak H, as long as he ensures that it occupies its pro- per place among the official languages of the UN ami there is adequate Francophone repre- sentation in the secretariat. WANT THANT AGAIN Thant speaks only English, of the four official UN languages, but is so well regarded by France that they would like him to accept a third five-year term. Many diplomats questioned whether the French government would block Jakobson's appoint- ment on the ground of his lan- guage deficiency if the four other permanent members of the Security Council, including China, endorsed his candidacy. In addition to Jakobson, de- clared candidates for the post are Ceylonese Ambassador Hamilton Shirley Amerasinghe, Ethiopian Communications Min- ister Endalkachew Makonnen, Austrian Ambassador Kurt Wal- dheim, and Felipe Herrera of Chile, former president of the Inter-American Development Bank. MAX JAKOBSON Heads list SAVE Tuo 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT 509 6th Avenue South IIMUTE [UPFLER INSTALLATIONS Phonn 328-8134 Satellite project team chosen OTTAWA (CP) The Inter- national Satellites for Ionos- pheric Studies (ISIS) project team has been chosen by the United States National Aeronau- tics and Space Administeration to receive its group achieve- ment award in Washington Fri- day, the communications de- partment announced today. The team, including one Cana- dian and one U.S. group, has been responsible for the AI- ouette and ISIS satellites which have studied the ionosphere in experiments to establish better radio communications. Dr. John Chapman, assistant deputy minister of communica- tions, will accept the award for the Canadian group which in- cludes scientists and engineers from government and industry. Four satellites, Alouette I and II and ISIS and U, were launched under the program and are still operating. The spacecraft were designed and built in Canada. Forecasts printers may be replaced GENEVA (AP) Machines may replace skilled men in the printing and publishing indus- tries within the next JO years, an international printing con- ference was told here. The forecast, in a study pre- pared by the Batelle Memorial Institute of Columbus, Ohio, said "the need for many skill- ed, production-line craftsmen will be supplemented by mech- anized manufacturing controll- ed or monitored by an opera- tor." The study warned trade un- ions that "either they will co- operate in using the system for reasonable cost-savings in graphic arts situations, or companies will sidestep union restriction." Monitor leftist groups OTTAWA (CP) Three re gional analysts are being hired by the new federal security planning and research group to monitor the revolutionary left. The analysts will be assigned to Eastern, Central and Western Canada when they are chosen from among more than 50 appli- cants, official sources said Thursday. They will work in closely- guarded quarters in the Sir Wil- frid Laurier building, a few doors from the offices of Solici- tor-General Jean-Pierre Goyer. Mr. Goyer has denied the ana- lysts will play an investigative role. Nor would they be posted to the regions assigned to them. "They will simply analyse the conclusions of investigations un- dertaken by the RCMP and by various other groups, depart- ments or he said in the Commons. IS ALREADY FELT Although the new security group still consists of only Chief Robert Bourne, a former artil- lery colonel, and a tiny staff, it had made its presence felt in government. "Mr. Goyer and the prime minister are bettered informed than they ever says an official source. One effect of the group's rec- ommendations, based on RCMF investigative work, has been a quiet tightening of security about public figures during the last month. This was inspired by specula- tion that terrorist kidnappings might occur on the anniversary of the October crisis in Mont- real. The group is expected to con- sist of eight officers, three sec- retaries and a file clerk by year's end. Cattle imports deadline set OTTAWA (CP) Requests for permits for European cattle importation in 1972-73 should be filed by Dec. .1, Agriculture Minister H. A. Olson announced Thursday. Cattle will undergo tests and quarantine at stations at Grbsse He, Quebec, or the French is- land of St. Pierre. The first group of imports would arrive in October, 1972, the second in November, 1972, and the third in May, 1973. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30 AT P.M. IN THE MALL COLLEGE MALL Mayor Magrath Drive and 20th Avenue South ALL PROCEEDS TO CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION if Chinaware Men's Wear if Yard Goods Cameras if Records (DEFICIT OF ON OFFER if 4 Month Figure Control Program if Food Hampers if Ladies' Wear if Jewellery if Fire Extinguishers if Paint if Steak Dinners if Electrical Appliances SPECIAL! AUCTIONED AT P.M. From GORDON SINCLAIR 1964 JOHN KENNEDY HALF DOLLAR JIM COLEMAN VEST FROM KLONDIKE DAYS IN EDMONTON FARLEY MOWAT WALLET WITH AN AUTOGRAPHED PICTURE JUNE CALLWOOD SHOCKING PINK MOHAIR STOLE HAROLD TOWN POSTER SIZE AUTOGRAPHED PHOTOGRAPH JULIET 3 AUTOGRAPHED LP RECORDS AND AN AUTOGRAPHED PICTURE ARTHUR HAILEY DONATED A SIGNED CKSQUE TO THE ASSOCIATION FOR SPORT FANS FROM SCOTT YOUNG. 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