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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDGE March Anti-dumping policies come under review By BRUCE LEVETT WASHINGTON (CP) Congressional pressure, swirling around an investigation of Canadian pulp imports, has touched off a review of the basic principles involved in enforcement of United States anti-dumping laws. A treasury department source said Wednesday that in essence, the question is whether anti-dumping findings should be enforced in cases where a product is in short supply in the U.S. In addition, high treasury officials are reported studying the situation to see whether U.S. dumping laws are in conflict with anti-inflation policies. The department has ultimate jurisdiction in both Tired of going nowhere? We are looking for an individual who is already successful, but wants more challenges and more rewards. Someone who is personable and resourceful, with inherent management qualifications. 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Must have an auto. areas. Treasury and industry sources said the review had been touched off by pressure placed on senators and con- gressmen by paper interests in the U.S. following a finding about 18 months ago that im- ports of Canadian bleached hardwood kraft pulp were being dumped in the U.S. Dumping occurs when a product is sold in one country at less than the prevailing market price in the country of production. Special duties were levied on the Canadian pulp, used in the manufacture of quality paper and tissue, following a tariff commission finding that the imports hurt U.S. industry. SEVERAL INVOLVED The Canadian firms originally involved included Domtar, Consolidated Bathurst Paper, Ste. Anne- Nackawick. Thurso Pulp and Paper, Dryden Paper Co. and American Can. The imports were valued at about million in the year preceding the laying of the dumping charges. An industry source said a formal request will be filed with the treasury department in two weeks, asking that the dumping duty be revoked and eliminated. The treasury source said there was not necessarily an inconsistency between anti- dumping tariffs and the fight against inflation. He also said that in some cases, shortages tended to evaporate as prices rose. Up to now, when these ques- tions were raised in connection with a specific case, they were dealt with on a case-by-case basis. THE NOOK will be Opening Soon! Ottawa's hands tied Turner tells Chamber OTTAWA (CP) The gov- ernment was urged Wednesday to reduce the growth rate of federal spending on transfer payments for slich programs as social assistance, but Finance Minister John Turner said the government's hands are largely tied. The Canadian Chamber of Commerce said in a pre- budget brief to Mr. Turner and Revenue Minister Robert Stanbury that federal spending in the seven months ending Dec. was 21 per cent higher than in the same period the previous year. This was largely due to excessive increases in the growth rate of transfer payments. The chamber recommended curbing growth of transfer payments, particularly for income redistribution programs. Such steps would help in fighting major economic problem this reducing the tax burden on workers and businesses. Mr. Turner said after the submission that most of the transfer payments to provinces are required by law for such programs as education and medical care. Much of the increase in spending was due to inflation. The total impact of federal purchases of goods and services amounted to six or seven per cent of the gross national product. This was largely unchanged from previous years. There's a terrific new decorator in town. Boyle in wheelchair A relaxed W. A. "Tony" Boyle, former United Mines Workers' boss, is trans- ported in a wheelchair from a hospital to a car for a short drive to the courthouse in Media, Pa. Wednesday. It was the third day for jury selection to try Boyle for mur- der in the death of the "Jock" Yablonski family. Imprisonment last resort law reform paper says By STEPHEN SCOTT OTTAWA (CP) A new working paper of the Law Re- form Commission of Canada suggests that victims of crimes must be compensated, either by the government or the offender, and that the victim should have an involvement in the sentenc- ing of the offender. The Uthbridge Herald think IV PICTURE QUIZ S MINTS I am the Premier of France. What is my name? HOW tX> YOU RATE? 91 to 100 SI to M TOT 9CONB 71 lo to 70 aoMtt Fair. 00 UntfwT FAMILY DISCUSSION QUESTION Should football leagues that are baaed in the United States be barred from Canada? Why or why not? STUDENTS YOUR NEWS QUIZ PART I NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL Give yourself 10 points for each correct answer. 1 Most Arab oil exporting nations agreed to lift their embargo against the United States, but they continued their embargo against (CHOOSE ONE: Japan, the 2 In troops loyal to the gorernment put down a small military revolt aimed against that nation's colonial policies in Africa. a-Spain b-Portugal c-Belgium 3 The Soviet Union reported that one of its un- manned probes made a soft landing on (CHOOSE ONE: Mars, 4 In a landmark declaration, Prime Minister of the Republic of Ireland acknowledged British rule in Northern Ireland. a-William Whitelaw b-John Lynch c-Liam Cosgrave 5 won the 1974 Canadian curling cham- pionship. a-Alberta's Hec Gervais b-Quebec's Jim Ursel c-Ontario's Paul Savage PART II WORDS IN THE NEWS Take 4 points for each word that you can match with its correct meaning. a-hail, rain, sleet or snow b-building where an ambassador lives and works c-governmental order hindering trade d-load of goods e-distribution accord- ing to apian 2.....cargo 3.....embargo 4.....precipitation 5.....allocation PART III NAMES IN THE NEWS Take 5 points for names that you can correctly match with the dues. 1.....Eldon Woolliams 2.....Haile Selassie 3.....King Hussein 4.....Daniel MacDonald 5..... 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