Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
22 THE lETHBRICGi MESAID Mo y. Mivcl: 70, union has its problems am a VAXCOl'VKK i CM'I The' 1'nitetl Kislienueii inul Allied Workers 1'nuin inslnicled its ex- iH'utivi' here ;i dill r e pn r I on tin- possibility mersins i I li the Ginuclmn Brotherhood of Railway. Trims- [xirt ami General Workers. Tile executive was 'nstrueled deU'iiali's attending tlic fish-1 Don Nicholson, vice prcsi- union annual meeting I dent of (lie railway brotherhood, to repon on "all details and con- lolcl delegates Iliat "if we're all dilions reuurdins terms of mm- working logelliei-, we're no more 1 per by -Km. 1. Homer Sleveas, president ol the 7.00H member fishermen's union, said "this is the only rt> rection in which l.i- lior can move." C'Al.CAUV iCI'i Two nr.-n who testified against the other and was accused of ac- cepting inducements were sentenced licre (or drug con- spiracy involving may ''e the largest quantitity of LSU ever in Jeffrey Carl CauHLclil. 23. was sentenced to eight years the Delegates also approved a res- olution calling for equal pay and seniority rights (or some 2.000 women employed in fish canneries and processing plants in Il.C. at the height ef the fish- ing season. Mr. Nicholson said unions must look beyond fratricidal is- sues of jurisdiction. "As the government ami business ex- panii, so must we. We must join together in the fight. In mi interview later, Mr. Ste- vens said the fishermen had been trying to join with a lar SHIP AHOY in launchin ns turned a river. Bro'-cc SEASON" China gives more lor foreign aid HONG KONG (HeutcrJ China is moving into the hiu league of countries which spend heavily on foreign aid. Last year Peking allocated al least SWO million and almost certainly spent much more in undisclosed assistance. Most of it went to countries in Asia, the Middle East. Africa and Latin America -indicating that Peking is clearly compet- ing with Washington and Mos- cow for the allegiance of the third A large chunk of the aid also went to Romania, steering an independent course in East En- rope to the dissatisfaction of the Soviet Union. Chinese disaster aid, separate from the economic aid pro- gramme, totalled at least 57.5 million. Ethiopia, which opened diplo- matic relations with Peking in 1970, signed an agricultural aid agreement during a visit by I mperor Ilailc Selassie to Pcv king last October totalling SSI million, a usually reliable source liere reached an nid agree- ment with Peking covering the cost oi machinery and Chinese- expertise and Ktallin? million. .Sudan signed an aid pact Chir.a during the visit of Vice-President Khalid Hassan Abbas last December of S35 mil- lion covering a factory for agri- en 11 u r a 1 equipment, ctircmc prospecting and fisheries. In Latin America. Peru signed a technical and economic 1 co-operation agreement provid- ing for Chinese assistance total- ling S35 million. imprisonment on a charge of conspiring to possess for the purpose of trafficking. Peter Ingolf Kirrmaier, '2t3, received two years less a day in provincial jail on a guilty pea to the same charge. Pa- tricia Ann Lueoni, 24. Kirr- major's wife of five days, >vas aso accused but not prosecut- ed. They were arrested when RCMP found about 32.000 tab- lets of the drug estimated to be worth on the illegal market in a southwest Calgary apartment Dec. 9. JJCT union for 20 years but had hcen thwarted since being ex- polled from the Canadian Trades and Labor Council in Mr. Stevens said the exput sion stemmed from ins union's criticism of the council's Eielion in expelling the Vancouver Civic Workers Union the year before on the grounds thai the civic workers' executive included r- Communist. At the 1053 trades and labor council convention, said Mr, Stevens, ;i retraction and an apology was demanded frotn the fishermen's union. "We said ino." He said that prompted an- I other motion to suspend the fisb- crmcn's union on the grounds i that it had Co'iummists in it? executive. He added: "I am a Commu- list and so were these other Since then, his union had nade several attempts Ui re j join the trades and labor coun- cil, now the Canadian Labor Congress, but had hecn refused. Wore recently, the CLC had stipulated that the only way Ihoj fishermen's union could rejoin the congress was hy merging with the meatpackcrs union. the meat packers would not merge with us." Mr, Nicholson told the con- vention that the CLC had been informed of the railway broth- erhood's intentions to propose merger talks with the fisher- men. "They didn't tell us not to." said Mr. Nicholson. "Nor can they." Douglas says Trmloau has lost liis cool Sask. (CP) Ad- vice from T. C. (Tommy) Douglas, one-iime lightweight boxing champion of Manitoba, to Pierre Klliott Trudeau, cur- rent king of Canada's political heavyweights: "You can't afford to lose your temper or you'll get your liep.d knocked oft." Mr. Douglas, former national leader of the NDP, said on a public affairs program here Prime Minister Trudeau has "lost h'.s ccol." The prime minister could not be questioned or contradicted, without losing liis temper. 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