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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THE IETHBRIOGE HERALD Wednoidoy, Juris 7, 1972 "I'M ON A DIET, GIRtS" Premier W. A. C. Bennett treats Winter Festival Queen A Vnndcr Geest of Prince George, B.C., to a bile of pancake breakfast m Prince rnmrae The Premier on o tour of S.C., said he is an a diet to get In trim for a provincial Son, At right I, Winter Carnival princess Evelyn Zoernack, ab. of Prince New trade union group faces tough time ieeriaii heads press institute B I A MUNICH (AP) L. K. Jak- ande of the Nigerian Tribune was elected chairman of the In- ternalional Press Institute today. He is the first African to head the largest international press group._________ Three vice-chairmen were picked up by the executive board of the IPr, which is hold- ing its annual assembly in this West German city with journal, ists from 37 countries attending. Ringler of the Milwau- kee Journal was chosen vice- chairman for North America, Randall MacDonald of the Mel- boriine Age was named for Aus- tralia ami New Zealand, and Abdi Ipekci of Hurriyet, fslan- bul, was elected for Europe. By USA BINSSE MONTREAL (CP) The po- tical orientation of the Confed- ration at National Trade Uu- jns, wliich led to creation of a reak-away group in recent is expected to get rough re.itment at next week's gen- ral convention of the labor fed- ration. While the CNI'U leadership ries to still growing uneasiness among rank-and-file members, ts convention wiU discuss a vorking document that clearly itets a socialist orientation in lolitical action. The document, considered by many as an underlying reason or current uneasiness and Branded by some as Marxist was endorsed by the CNTU'i governing council in October 1971. It will be voted on at the seven-day Quebec City conven lion starting Sunday.. Referred to as the CNTU manifesto, the pre-coiwentioi paper, Ne Comptons Que su nos Propres Eel; on our Own Means, favors socialist system under wliic Quebec workers control and own (heir economy. It is an ex- tension of CNTU President Mar- cel Pcpin's call for a "second front" at the labor federation's 1968 annual convention. At the time, Mr. Pepin recom- mended that the ber federation go beyond the "first for collective par- ticipate in more direct political and social actions. That's when uneasiness within a more moderate faction began growing In the labor body. It jroke wide open last month 'hen three members of the ive-man CNTU executive de- idcd to break away and form a new labor federation. The dissident 1 a u 1 -E m i 1 e Dalpe, Jacques )ion and Amcdee ater suspended and replaced by liree men who support Mr. Pe- >in's call for more political ac- ion. The dissidents have sched- iled a founding convention for .heir organization this weekend, on the eve of the CNTU meet- ing. They have said they expect about CNTU members to join the new group at the outset with many more to follow. vSev- eral groups within the 9NTU have already said they will af- filiate themselves with the new labor body. The 1971 document, presented in foui' parts, tries to explain in detail why Quebec can no longer survive under the present economic system ant what CNTU members can do to change this system. The first part of the document is an In-depth analysis of the meEiis of production in the Quebec economy and its conse quence on the industrial struc ture. HITS CAPITALISM It bears down heavily on th capitalist system which "div ides the world into two classc opposed to each other; the own ing class and the workin class." "Although the owning class 1 a the document say; the owning class in order live.1' "it dominates the working class, forced to sell its labor to to The manifesto tries to show that the American capitalist system plays the leading role in dominating Quebecers at all lev- els of tho province's economic structure. The second part of the docu- ment deals with the "mistaken llusion" that replacing foreign control with a Quebec o r m of conomie olve the problem. "Replacing foreign economic omination by a Quebec form ol it says, "is not the collectively In the management of industry, the economy and in setting down the economic priorities. "The economic activity should seek to satisfy Uie population's needs as much as possible and be planned directly by the state. "By socialist planning, the workers would become owners of their own work and would also take all the profits for themselves." SEES NO FUTURE. The last part of the document "reaffirms that there is no longer 'any future for Quebec ill the present economic system." The labor body says it Is breaking completely with tradi lommation, it says, is not me breaking completely with tradi olution to our collective prob- tional political parties in Quebec nms." i on the question of the economic development of society. >ms. 'RESENTS ANSWEIt A solution to these problems s presented in the third section ui which Quebec workers are .old the only way their collec- ive problems can be solved is >y controlling their own means of production. "Quebec workers know they cannot count on national capi- lalists or on a government at the service of capitalists or the imperialists. It is the work- ers who pay for all the defects o f unemployment, inflation, work insecurity, lack of housing. "An economy dominated by the workers could only be so- cialist. "By this mean that socl- CNTU members are asked t engage themselves in educatin] Quebec workers about their eco- nomic and social situation in UK present system and "to encour age them to think togethe about possible solutions whic can be acliieved within a popu lar democratic regime." The document also asks mem hers to encourage workers t take concrete actions whose "u' timate purpose would be to ri place the present system with ,1 system controlled by th workers." It concludes that it Is lime begin an authentic return to t] trade union movement's gra roots and to plunge into tl oy ivy IllUiill Ulilt luvju) CULU w mm n cty, through the state, owns the heart of the struggle against th means of I exploitation of workers, land, raw materials. Workers Responding to the criticism would participate directly andJ wliich assailed the documen r. Pepin said the manifesto is not intended to force tho jor body to become a poliUcal arty or endorse one. He said it was the result ot a NTU study instigated last Sep- mber to look inio the causes unemployment and find ways combat them. !ourt gives abor leaders appeal priority QUEBEC (CP) The Quebec Court of Appeal agreed here to ive priority to requests filed y the province's three top abor leaders for appeal of one- year contempt of court sen- ences arising out of an April mblic service strike. The court set June 0 for pleas rom lawyers representing Laherge, president of the Quebec Federation of Labor, Vlarccl Pepin, president of the Confederation of National Trade Unions and Yvon president of the Quebec Teach- ers Corp. The tliree leaders ot a com- non front of public service orkers were found in contempt ;r urging workers to defy in- unctions ordering maintenance essential services during Ilia 11-day strike. The leaders went to jail May and were released May 23 nfter they signed bonds promis- ing to appear at their hearings. 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