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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tundiy, Jcniwr II, If 71 THI UTHMIDOI HWAIB 23 Waffle wing rapped TORONTO (CP! dan council ul the United Auto Workers condemned the Waffle wing of the New demo- cratic Party for Interfering in union affaire. The .attack came from Cana- dian UWA director Dennis Mc< Dennett after the council hac passed a resolution which had the effect of quashing a Waffle suggestion for a one-day work stoppage and demonstration against removal or weakening of any safeguards in the Can- jda-U.S. auto pact. Mr. McDermott said the union "has dissociated itself from the activities of the Waffle and in my view Uie NDP will have to do the same thing." He said that last September the UAW council had served no- lice on the Communist parly to keep its nose ouv of Hie union's business. It now was serving similar notice on Waffle. "The Waffle's greatest weak. ness is its IscJr of tangible sup- port from labo lie added. "The leaders of Iho are footloose ecacemies no af- finity with and little understand- ing of labor, it has known for some time m Canadian Labor Congress cij-cles that the Waffle is trying 10 penetrate L labor." He said it appears the Waffle has picked the UAft' as a stan- ing point for infiltrating tne labor movement. i DENOUNCES LAXER He referred to Vatfle lead' Jtmes irrespons ble academic, accoiir.tabie to n i one, a heirWne-tunier. and Par excellence." "His tn every dastrial problem ii to seiw iiic plant and then mtionaliz .the industry. Mr. 5nid the War flc leaders ought 1o start th resolution i.i ite universiti1 where "U-.uy draw 11 eir fat sala 'res for couple ''hours a week, and have a 'kinds of free time on their to mrciJlc in other peo pies' business." As an alternative to the Waf fh for a ffork sloppag and demonstration, the counc, passed a r-solulion calling for: of a letter-writ fcp campaign to Prime Ministe 'Trudeau in support of the present auto pact, with attempt to get general public to join the campaign; Intensified education [campaign among auto union members on the issues Involvea in negotiations on the auto trade pact; lobby in Ottawa of UAW members whenever it is consi dered that it would be appropri ate and effective. LAXER RETALIATES Mr. Laxer, a York University professor, said today in an in- terview he has no intention of "behaving like a compromise Canadian simply because Me. Dermott is more interested in pleasing his union in Detroit than safeguarding the auto pact." IT AIN'T FUNNY Smile Mien you say that, even In simultaneous Iransmiss 1 o n. Peking's delcgalc leader ChiM Kuanlwa, usually the laughing boy at United Na- tions sessions, appears (o tlnd Milling amusing in the remarks of another delegate during a Security Council de- bate. PHESS TRIAL OPENS TUNIS, Libya (Reutcr) Former information minister r Ahmed Salillinc and 29 journal- Ists went on Irial before tlio LJ- byan People's Tribunal, wllh "perverting public Lihynn informs- UMI agency reported Monday. Mr. Laxer called Mr. Mc- Dermott's attack on him "be- neath contempt." "In hii redneck style, he trying to divide teachers from other people. If he knew how many times left-wing academics have to put their jobs on the line, he wouldn't make such idi- otic statements." Dr. Regehr to leave Pincher Creek OLEARWATER, B.C. 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