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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, August LETHBRIDGE HERALP-11 Blimps bother British brass LONDON (Reuter) The biggest political issue of the moment in Britain appears to be whether the country is threatened by what some have called semi-secret groups of Colonel Blimps. Colonel Blimp, a famous cartoon figure during the Second World War, was a reactionary retired military officer who thought British society was going to the dogs. As cartoonist David Low, his creator, saw him, the old guy was against the modern world, labor un- ions, dissolution of empire and anything that was not British, including garlic. Well, 29 years after the war, some British politicians think Colonel Blimp is time supporting a couple of vol- unteer organizations head- ed by real-life military of- ficers who claim to be ready to save the country from industrial anarchy. And, spokesmen in the governing Labor party say, the groups' activities are being condoned, if not ac- tually supported, by the op- position Conservative par- ty Roy Mason, a junior minister in the defence department, charged Thursday night that the groups are "extreme Fas- cist and Nazi-like factions" trying to overthrow democratic government. Mason named Col. David Stirling, organizer of the newly-revealed Great Bri- tain 75 group, and Gen. Sir Walter Walker, a former NATO general and head of the Unison movement. Both organizations say they would be ready to run essential services in the event of a general strike in the strike-plagued country. Mason also charged that Conservatives are either allied to the two groups or condoning them. The charge was disputed Fri- day by party Chairman William Whitelaw, who said he thinks Mason is over-reacting in an absurd manner. Whitelaw said he does not take the new groups very seriously, but Mason charged that the groundswell of reaction from the country's Colonel Blimp-types has appeared because Conservatives are frustrated by their party's failure to control events when last in government. Mason's a time when most Briton's think a fall election will be also denounc- ed by Stirling who said his group's purpose would be to reinforce parliamentary authority. Both organizations are opposing what they con- sider to be the chief weakness of modern Brit- ish strong labor unions. The woman's angle as seen by women TORONTO (CP) Improvement of the status of women largely depends on an expanding economy, Nancy Howell, sociology professor at the University of Toronto, said Friday. Prof. Howell said in an interview that job oppor- tunities will increase in a growing economy, creating more chances for ad- vancement of women. But she questioned whether the economy will remain strong. Prof Howell was one of two sociologists at the World Con- gress of Sociology interviewed on the status of women in Can- ada and the United States. The other was Prof Suzanne Keller, of Princeton University, Princeton, N.J. Prof Howell, educated in the United States, said she feels women students in Canada are not as aware of their rights as their American counterparts. A small minori- ty of women were involved in women's liberation groups But she said this may be be- cause there is little dis- crimination against women in Canadian colleges. The situa- tion might change when the students entered the com- petitive labor market While women tak little about their position in society, their actions indicate a change, she said The marriage rate and the birth rate were both declining REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY Service Writers, Body Mechanic Mechanics Apply to BRUCE SCHWEIGERT SERVICE MANAGER KING CHRYSLER DODGE LTD. Escape artist "The Great in a carnival-type costume, talks with police on New York's Brooklyn Bridge after police stopped him from leaping 182 feet into the East River while wearing handcuffs. The escape artist ended up in police hand- cuffs and on a trip to Bellevue Hospital for a mental observation. Mexican Connection break closer CHICAGO (Reuter) Heroin and cocaine estimated to be worth up to million in illegal street sales was seized here Friday by police who Alberta Public Stockyards HIGHWAY NO. 3 By-Pass the Lethbridge Market YOU LOSE... STRONG COMPETITION WE NEED YOU! YOU NEED THE MARKET! BE A PRICE BUILDER Offer your Cattle, Calves, Hogs and Sheep for Sale at The Lethbridge Public Livestock Market The Place Prices Are Set! Buyers want and need your livestock day in and day out. Make them compete openly and balance your selling power. If you are in need of feeder cattle we will fill your order to your specifications and satisfaction. CALL YOUR CO-OP We Also Buy Fat Cattle and Lambs! 327-4010 PHONE 327-4010 said they believe they are close to breaking the "Mex- ican Connection." Ten people, including a 24- year-old woman, were arrested in a series of raids in which police said they con- fiscated nine pounds of heroin and four ounces of cocaine. All those from Mexico and three from Puerto charged with the illegal sale of heroin and, if found guilty, can be sentenced to at least 15 years' imprisonment. W carEEr campus JH OPPORTUNITIES IN PROCESS PIPING DRAFTING For Applicants Having a High School Diploma or Equivalent Industrial Experience Positions for both men and women are available with: Oil Companies Engineering Consultants Engineering and Construction Companies Fabricators Qualified Piping Drafting personnel are in great demand throughout the province. Piping en- joy the benefits of above-average salaries, pleasant working conditions, and numerous fringe benefits. A career in Process Pip. n Drafting? Apply today! Tlrs one year program offered by the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology begins September, 1974 For more information on this program.mail coupon below or DIAL CAREERS 284-8413 To: The Registrar's Office Southern Alberta Institute of Technology 1301 16 Avenue N.W. Calgary T2M OL4 I I I I NAME I V PROCESS PIPING DRAFTING ADDRESS EARLY WEEK SPECIALS Party Pride, Assorted Flavours oz. net wt. pkg. Hot Dog Buns SlmlartorHamburnerBuns. Fresh. Pkg. 0112 R Green Beans Town House or Wax, Canada Fancy Seasoned. 14 fl. oz. tin Pickle Relish Q 1 oo Town House Assorted. 12 fl. oz. jar................. %J R 1 Spaghett Ice f ream Snow Star. Assorted Flavours. 1 Gal. Paper Carton 1 89 Taste Tells. Light Red Kidney Sweet or Unsweetened Concentrate. 48 fl. w Orange Juice Bel Air. Frozen Concentrate. 6'A fl. oz. tin 1 Cheese Slices Lucerne Process. Individually Wrapped, 16 oz. net wt. pkg. Each Many More Grocery Specials in Store Effective Aug. 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