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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE lETHBRiBSt HERAi.0 Saturday, July 11, 1972 Dumping 'undercuts our prices' Atkinson urges collective action EDMONTON (CP) Farm- ers would be in a better position to deal with dumping of agri- cultural products into Canada if they united to obtain collective bargaining rights, Hoy Atkin- son of Saskatoon says. Mr. Atkinson, National Farm- ers Union President, snid there have been instances of dump- ing into Canada and Uu's has the effect of "undercutting our prices." With collective- action, "we would be in a position by one means or another lo negotiate the terms under which these products come in." Mr. Atkinson said this could moan negotiation wilh tho workers who bring the product into Hie country, the use of pickets, or legislative action lo control such dumping. Connolly's 'strong-arm' tactics Hayed INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSfTER AGENCIES fTD. ESTABIISHED 19H Lower Floor 517 4lh Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 NEW YORK AP) Law- rence O'Brien, Democratic presidential campaign c h a i r- man, said Friday that former treasury secretary John B. Con- nally was strong-arming key Democrats to join a movement for Nixon. Intei-viewed on the NBC-TV Today Show, O'Brien was asked whether he would characterize Ccnnally's allegerd action as "political blackmail.'1 He replied: "Yes, lhat's ex- actly what it is." O'Brien said the Democratic party was looking into "veiled threats" he accused Connally of having made. "We will not tolerate he said. Under present international Irade agreements, dumping is illegal but it still occurs and damage is done before action to stop it is taken, be said. "I tlunk we'd be in a teller position lo be able to deter- mine quickly whether or not Ihe country is dumping." The union president said lhat last year Canada imported twice 3s much, in value of agri- cultural products, from the United" States than Canada ex- ported. The union's Saskatchewan re- Rocks bury road worker HELENA, Mont. (AP) construction worker employe on a road project southwest o Helena was buried under tons o rock Friday after a 'dynamjt charge exploded, apparent! touched off by a flash of lighl ning. Authorities identified the vie tim as William L. Damon, a powderman on the project near the community of Jefferson City. gion has voted lo ask tor legis- lation making the union the bargaining agent for producers of any agricultural product where 51 per cent of the pro- ducers were in favor. GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTEED GUARANTE GUAR, GUAI GU, GU QUA! GUAI GUARj GU. 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Taking over the posl is Har- old Baldridge, recently arlistic director at the Woodstock Play- house in New York. Mr. Baldridge studied theatre at the University of Alberta and the Banff School of Fine Arts before further work in New York. Mr. Shaw, who has been in- volved with the Stafford Festi- val and the Crest Theatre in Toronto, accepted the Theatre Calgary job in April and began work May 1. After visiting Calgary, he re- turned east to fulfil summer commitments then sent word his health prevented him from continuing with Theatre Cal- gary. U.S. living cost rise slows WASHINGTON (Reuter) The rise in the American cost of living slowed to 0.2 per cent last month from 0.3 per cent in May, the labor department reported ;oday. After allowance for seasonal variations, the slowdown was more marked at 0.1 ner cent against 0.3 per cent in May. But the report contained some >ad news for housewives as gro- cery prices for June climbed fl "lefty 0.6 per cent, reversing an i.l-per-cent drop in May. More encouragingly, espe- cially for Nixon administration trategists, the seasonalry-ad- usted index for non-food com- modities remained unchanged uring the month following a ,5-per-cent increase in May. Main items showing price rises for consumers last month were meat, fruit, vegetables, eed cars, homes and household services. MANAGER KILLED Go cran Gentclc, new genera manager of New York's Met ropolitan Opera, and two ol lu's daughters were killc( in a traffic accident on tin Mediterranean island of Bar dinia. Gcnlclc, 55, above. ha( been vacationing on the Islam west of the Italian mainland. He look over as liead of the Met from Sir Rudolph Sing on June 3D. IWA chief can't force men lo ivork VANCOUVER (CP) Jac Moore, regional president of th Internationa] Woodworkers America, said Friday he can' force rebel coast fallers bad to work. fl While the Vancouver IWA of fices were ringed by about 4 placard carrying fallers, Mr Moore held a news conferenc and urged the fallers to return to work Monday. But he added "I won't do anything if they don't return. Just persuasion lhat's all I can use to get then- back to he said. "A man has a right not to work If he doesn't want to.1 your You have your own ideas about what you want to accomplish in life, as a person and as a citizen of the world, ll's possible mat courses of that wW hefp you those ambitions are available in Alberta's Regional College sjfiuwn. Courses such as ecological and environmental sciences, wrttervilkm, food production, agricultural management, fashion design, merchandising and others. And the ttwiand (or graduates In industry and government is high. Talk to us so we can (ell you more. Mail to: Trie Registrar: Meet ons) Olds College, Olds, Alberta Fairvtew College, Fairview, Alberta Vermilion College, Vermilion, Alberta Cod3 Youth dragged 'to Ms death WALSH A southern Alber la youth died Thursday night o] injuries he received in an ac cident on the family farm 17 miles south of Walsh. RCMP say Blain Kenneth Beierbach, 15, was killed when he was dragged by a horse he had been taking to a watering trough. "The youth had been guiding a horse to some water with a rope tied to his waist. The horse suddenly bolted and dragged him over rough ground as his mother watched the HCMP said. Coroner Dr. E. G. F. Skinner of Medicine Hat ordered an au- topsy, but has made no decision concerning an inquest. Metis housing grauts okayed BATOCHE, Sask. (CP) Grants totalling for Me- tis organizations in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta have been approved by the Cen- tral Mortgage and Housing Corp., Urban Affairs Minister Bon Basford said here. The Alberta grant, of increases to the CMHC contributions lo the Alberta Metis Association. Mr. Basford said the grant will ex- tend a province-wide emergen- cy repairs program [o 110 ad- ditional dwellings in 21 north- ern Alberta communities. Rare feline dies SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Shasta, the world's only is dead at the age of 24. The rare feline, half lion and half tiger, succumbed yesterday, the apparent vic- tim of kidney problems and arthritis. Shasta has been the key at- traction at Ilogle Zoo in Salt Lake City since her birth May n. 1MB. CAM, UP CIUPI'LK SYDNEY, Australia (Renter) Bill was baffled at re- ceiving army call-up papers and n demand lo appear for a medi- cal chock-up since lie has two artificial logs. After officials re- alized their mistake, Lcnh com- mented: "I assumed the com- pulcr mode a mistake as com- puters do." Next step: Expulsion? JOHANNESBURG (AP) Jane Anne Pepler and Law- rence Pinkey shocked to discover what it means to bo something other than white in segregated South Africa. The adjustment probably would not be as great or painful had Miss Pepler and Pinkey spent their lives under apart- heid as Africans. Indians or the official name for tlio.se of mixed ancestry. But Pinkey, SO, was generally regarded as white until the Su- preme Court ruled that he was not. entitled lo be classified as a genuine while. Miss Pepler, 17, is still offi- cially certified while, but her skin has turned black after sur- gery. It's difficult to determine who is more unfortunate under apartheid. Medical treatment may or may not help her. He has exhausted his last legal hope. They view themselves as out- casts in a society which re- serves the best of everything for the privileged white minority. "I feel the same as I did when I was said Miss Pepler. "But it is terribly humiliating to even go into the street and know that I am no longer ac- cepted as white. I have not given up hope that I will be white again soon." In fact, some of the darlc coloring of her skin has become lighter re- cently, although she remains non-white. She is a high school student at Benoni, an industrial city 15 miles east of Johannesburg. Family, friends and fellow slu- denls have become accuslomed lo her new pigmentation. But stares from curious and some- times hostile slrangers in public places make her cringe. Doctors have tentatively diag- nosed her difficulty as glandular imbalance. Jane Anne's troubles followed an operation In December, 1970, to remove two adrenal glands believed to be causing obesity. The surgery was regarded as successful, but a few months later large dark blemishes ap- peared on her neck. DARKNESS SPREADS "They increased and spread until her whole body was cov- said Mrs. Snyman. "It is heartbreaking to see Jane Anne being spurned by people who think she is colored. Only close friends and family who knew her before the opera- tion know lhat she is white. Her only proof that she is European are her features and long flow- ing hair, but even that baj turned dark brown. "It is particularly embarrass- ing for us We believe in white supremacy." The Supreme Court's appel- late division ended Lawrence Pinkey's 11-year legal balllc to be while. The courl decided that he had confirmed in evidence that his father was half-French and half-Clu'ncse, Pinkey, whose wife Minnia and five children remain classi- fied white, was horrified. MAY BE EXPELLED "I anticipate that the next step is expulsion from the white area where I am staying. My friends, all white, have been very sympathetic, but I am afraid that they, too, will be forced lo lurn away from me." The appellate court ordered him to pay all costs and the long fight has left him liflle money. His heallh is poor. As a non-while he is legally barred from living under Ihe same roof or in Lhe same neighborhood wilh his while family except as a servanl. TEW DAYS The province of Quebec had only 20 days free of falal Iraffic accidents in 1971. RENT-A-BOBCAT Available by the Day, Week or Month (with or without operator) Back Filling Landscaping Driveway Excavating 6 Hog Pen Cleaning Corral Cleaning Hauling Phone 328-4765 EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1410 2nd Avenue S. ANOTHER DYNAMIC NEW CHAPTER IN ALBERTA REAL ESTATE BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE LTD. OPENS IN LETHBRIDGE 108 FRANK J. TINORDI in partnership with Nature 40 square miles of Cariboo Playground for a day, a month, a year... a lifetime. Frank Tinordi, of Lelh- bridge has been named Man- ager of ihe Lelhbridge offices. Frank Tinordi is married and has five children in ihe fam- ily. Frank has been in ihe Real Estale field for 10 years, and has owned and operalcd his own firm [or 5 of ihe 10 years. THIS MEANS NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR HOMEOWNERS The company's pioneering "trade which home- buyers are given a guarantee on the sale of their present home, Ihe company's nation- wide referral service, and a performance record thai has won the admiration of real estate companies across North America, will add a di- mension lo ihe real eclats business in Alberto. For homnbuyers Block Bros, offers a virtual "supermarket of properties, wilh a variety 10 fill any need and any bud- get. AND FOR THOSE WHO CAN IDENTIFY WITH THIS KIND OF AN ORGANIZATION Tho expansion program in Lclllbridfle will be patterned after Iho company's exciling B.C. performance. Block Bros. 11 indeed a company of many opportunisms and invites ap- plications for employment in management and sales posi- lions from any person want- inn to Inko advantage of a Block Bros, career Waltli for dotnlli of our in- formation Forumi in follow- ing Its full name Is '108' Recreational Ranch and offers a totally new experience in vacation and retirement living, eilher temporarily or permanently, wilh all the advantages of urban living A Total Investment. When you buy land al '108' you are making a total investment in a lolal environment. Besides being able lo enjoy Ihe forly square miles of open country it offers: Championship Golf All utilities installed, Course paved roads Clubhouse, Dining Room, Year round recreational Pro-Shop Fabulous "108" Molor todge Boardwalk Shopping Cenlre Canada's largesT Private Airstrip Beautiful, unpolluted activities Lakes Meadows, valleys, wood- ed retreats THE 108 IT'S GREAT 108 MOTOR LODGE Headquarters of the forty rolling square miles is Ihe lodge a superb counlry inn. Al Lodge, a family or a group of up to four would be complclnly comfortable in ono of I he c I [male conditioned roomt-. BLOCK BROS. NATIONAL REAL ESTATE LTD. A DiviiJon of Block Droi. Induilrioi Ltd-, Vancouver, B.C. For Further Information: 323 5th St. S. Phone: 378-1044 3284744 ;