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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE ItTHBRIOCE HERALD Monday, March 30, 1 ?70 Vnifann In Strong Spot To Bargain Says Babey I'.U'I. U.VBEV Mixed Farmer EDMONTON' U'P' "I'm a farmer and I'm still engaged in farming but it's more living than it used to be.'1 says the president of Unifarm. Alberta's new farm organization. Paul Babey, 41. of Beaver- dam, has been running a mix- ed farm east of Edmonton near the Alberta Saskatchewan bor- der since 1953. He says the small, indepen- dent farmer must use a collec- tive voice to solve the problems of agriculture. As a result, he has been active in fain! organ- Canada's Offer Snapped Up BANGKOK (Heutersl Thai- land has accepted Canada's orfcr to conduct a feasilibily survey and draw up a master for Banekok's second inter- national airport. The sources said tlic Canadian government will grant a loan of about for the expenses prepare (lie survey and plan. The loan is repayable in years, the sources said, adding that it is interest-free for Ihe first 10 years and will carry an annual interest rate of three per cent for the last 20 vears. and became president of the Farmers' Union of Al- berta in 1963. The sis fool-two, dark-hair- ed president was re-elected to that office a record number of times. He has also served on ART DIETRICH C.DM. DENTURE CLINIC 5lh SI. S. Ph. 328-4095 Abovs Meliopolitan Slarc the Alberta Federation of Agri- culture board since 10W. lie is clear and direct in speech, but has a strong sense of humor which permits him to acliieve his point without mak- ing enemies and he has long looked forward to seeing all provincial farmers united. "Our weakness has been (hat even by working togelher in our separate organizations, we were still divided he told a recent convention thai saw the Farmers' Union ar.d the Fedcralioii of Agricul t u r c be- come Unifarm. "We have nit been in a posi- tion to bargain or negotiate er fcctively wilfi governments or society generally because we have not been able to negotiate j among ourselves." -Mr. Babey is confident IJiii farm will let farmers