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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Auguti 1973 THE LETHBRIDGf HCRALC 21 Shipboard incident The Vancouver-based Greenpeace Foundation says the above picture shows Greenpeace III navigator Nigel Ingram being beaten up by French who boarded the nuclear protest vessel last week off Mururoa Atoll. The foundation says the photograph was one of several taken by crew member Ann-Marie who smuggled film past French officials. Claims Kremlin won't return to repressions MOSCOW Nobel Prize winner Alexander Sol- zheaitsyn says the Kremlin will not return to repressions such as those of the Stalin purges of the 1930s because Western pro- tests and the lofty behavior of Soviet dissidents will prevent it. The world-renowned novelist granted a rare interview with two Western correspondents in 'wbich he among many other threats had been made against him and his fam- ily. he should be killed It would be the work or in- spiration of the security police. he the of his works would be published. Solzhenitsyn was voted the 1970 Nobel Prize for literature. He is best known in the West for the novels The First Cancer Ward and August 1914. HJS works are banned in the So- viet Union. In an interview with The As- sociated Press and the Paris newspaper Le Sol- zhenitsyn spoke strongly in de- fence of Dr. Andrei the physicist who is a leading Svoiet voice for human rights. TALKED AT LENGTH The 54-year-old writer also talked at length on the Soviet Two Calgary men killed in crash SAULT STE Ont. Provincial police have identified the two bodies re- covered near the wreckage of a twin engined plane which crashed Sunday night in the St. Mary's River here. Police released the names of Victor William pilot of the Cessna 310 owned by Chinook Flying Services of Calgary and passenger Philip Herbert 58. Both men were from Calgary. The bodies of two other per- sons on board the flight from about 500 miles northwest of were not re- covered. The wreckage was located in about 40 feet of water off the Gross Cap six miles from the nearby federal airport. Measles may deform babies Scotland The worst outbreak of Ger- man measles to sweep Britain for nine years might leave babies a consultant bacteriologist said Tuesday. Dr. Thomas McAllister said the number of babies born deformed would be increased tenfold in Scotland alone this year because of the which had now reached social on jamming of Western on the ex- ample set by Gen. Pyotr Grigo- Andrei Vladi- mir Bukovaky and other ar- rested dissidents. He also com- mented on the recent expulsion of Vladimir Maksimov from the Writer's the same offi- cial body that expelled Sol- zhenitsyn. Maksimov is an courageous writer who in a disinterested and sacri- ficing manner is dedicated to truth and has already been very successful in the search for he said. his expulsion from the lying Writers' Union is completely On the Soviet practice of lift- Ing the citizenship of prominent dissidents allowed to travel as the recent case of Zhprez Medvedev in he in our country Is not an inalienable natural right for every human being born on its soil. But it is a kind of cou- pon which is kept by an ex- clusive clique of people who in no way and by nothing have proved that they have a greater right to the Russian soil. this dique If It doesn't approve of some citi- zen's declare him deprived of his homeland. I leave it to you to find a word yourselves for such a social NO AMESTY Solzhenitsyn listed a number of political prisoners as re- ported by the underground Chronicle of Current which has not appeared for months. He said the accus- tomed to not finding out any- thing about the dis- regards an obvious bit of infor- that this striking country with its most advanced Socialist for a half century there hasn't been a single amnesty for political at the end of '40s we were choked with 25-year we read in the papers only about the unprece- dented reprisals in Greece. And on many of the state- ments from the West press and rtfestern even from those who are most sensi- tive to oppression and per- secutions in the in order o create an artificial balance the face of 'left-wing' there must always be the reser- same thing hap- pens in Turkey.' said he believes t would be impossible for the Soviet Union to return to a re- gime like that of Stalin in the 1930s. It is important to un- derstand that the East is not in- different to protests from public opinion in West. On the con- it has deadly fear of only of this is the case only with the mighty voice of hun- dreds of prominent with the opinions of a whole CANADIANS TURN THEIR BACKS ON FARM JOBS OTTAWA The gov- ernment is willing to import as many foreign farm workers as necessary to take jobs that are not wanted by Man- power Minister Robert Andras said Tueeday. In a statement to an agricul- ture department committee on he that he personally preferred that effort first be made to persuade Canadians to take these jobs.' I have criticized some cases of poor living and working conditions for foreign I am prepared to authorize the admission of suit- able foreign workers in as large numbers as necessary to meet the provided the employ- ers offered adequate wages and working conditions and Cana- dian workers are not available or willing to take the Mr. also minister of still was con- vinced that students are a good source of seasonal farm labor. have enjoyed consider- able success in referring stu- dent labor to farm jobs and I am convinced that much more can be done to utilize this source of He referred to a department which snowed some migrant workers in southeastern Ontario were being exploited by fruit and vegetable growers. MAJOR FACTOR A major factor was the lack of available labor and he blamed this on a combination of social-economic such as increasing urbani- higher pay in the cities and increased mechanization. In the government in- troduced the Caribbean Sea- sonal Workers which included 280 workers in the first year and about so far this year. Added to this were of t- 861 brought in under and stu- dent exchange 410 of brought in under an inter- national em- ployment exchange and 500 foreign tobacco work- a total of persons ad- mitted to the country this year for seasonal agricultural work. RCVOSTOIK LIMITED QUANTITY PRICED TO SHOP 1 WEEKEND SPECIALS AUG. AUG. 31. SEPT. 1 CARPET SPECIALS ACRYLIC FIBRE detigned. wear life. to yd. 10 NYLON SCULPTURED CARPET approved. traffic rated. for bedrooms. Gold only...........sq. yd. TWEED RUBBER-BACKED CARPET loop or textured design. in 6 beautiful yd. 5 PATTERNED INDOOR RUBBER BACKED CARPET filament nylon. ff CA in 2 Gold or Ruit......................... yd. PATTERNED INDOOR RUBBER BACKED CARPET 550 6-M Rubber Backed Orte Color Only ROLL-END SPECIALS TWO TONE GREEN SHAG yd. TWO TONE HEAVY TRAFFIC RATED SCULPTURED NYLON yd. 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