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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta CATNAPPERS tuckered-out travellers stopped on Calgary's downtown mal recently to catch 40 winks. They ignored the shoppers and also managed to catch a few rays of sunshine which poked through an overcast sky. Government may cut support EDMONTON (CP) The provincial government Is not willing to provide further assis- tance to the Marlboro Logging Co-op west of Edson unless the group does something about its management problems, agri- culture Minister Hugh Homer said in the legislature. Dr. Homer told Grant Motley the government has "carried the Co-op along with frankly tome misgivings." He said the government has sat down with the Co-op and at- tempted to work out new man- agement procedures, but en- countered some resistance to assist and unless there is a change in altilude of some of the people involved in the op- eration the province cannot continue giving support. Outside t h e house. Dr. Homer said the province has guaranteed some loans to the Co-op but could not say how much. He said It Is necessary for the Metis-Run Co-op to reduce losses on equipment and to ac- cept complete management as- sistance if it is to continue re- ceiving provincial support. He said there would be no immediate problem if the Co-op ceases to operate. The workers could get jobs with a pump mill in the area and actually receive more for their logging operations. The Lethkidge Herald THIRD SECTION Lollibridge, Alberta, Thursday, May 18, 1972 PAGES 27 34 She is big news Types Angela Davis-making of a martyr 3 times CALGARY (CP) Art Rcyk- j dal's urge to v.'rile is .so over- j whelming that lie has typed his latest book tlirce times. By CHARLES FOLEY London Observer Service As the murder kidnap-eon- spiracy trial of the American black revolutionary, Angela Da- vis, moves into its second month, the political infighting behind the scenes is becoming increasingly strident. Both sides are well aware that more than Miss Davis' future is at stake in this clash of ideologies. The U.S. authorities are more than a little pleased to he rid of one irritating thorn in their side, Dr. Klaus Steiniger, an East German foreign corres- pondent who has himself be- come something of a figure at the trial. Dr. Steiniger who is not exactly your run-of-the- mill newspaperman, being for- eign editor of his country's offi- cial Party paper, Nsues Deuts- chland, a member of the Party Central Committee and a form- er state prosecutor has been refused an extension of his visa and sent packing. Angela Davis is, of course, very big news in East Germany, where Steiniger's newspaper has been running two or three articles a day about her and TV documentaries daily carry the latest news of rallies on her behalf around the globe. For these, and indeed for everything that is being done to "Free the U.S. Communist Party is pleased to take credit. But if the USCP has turned Miss Davis into a latter-day Joan of Arc, she for her part has done wonders for the for- tunes of the ailing party. Party spokesman say they didn't believe that, in the time available to them, they could gather the necessary sig- natures to put Gus Hall, the Party's general secretary, on the ballot as a presidential can- didate. But petitioners in the streets soon found that wear- ing an Angela Davis button, or asking people to "sign for Ang- ela Davis' Party" brought an enthusiastic response, especial- ly from blacks. The campaign- ers had their signatures well before the deadline. As People's Mr. McAfee, also a Commu-i saj.s iu, wjn some World, the official Party organ in the U.S. puts it: "Mention of Angela Davis immediately underlined the connection be- tween the CP and the issues." Once established as a bona ist educational groups." fide candidate, Mr. Hall set off But Miss Davis' supporters for Cuba and a meeting with Fidel Castro "in the former villa of a Cuban sugar million- and one of Fidel's first questions was "an earnest in- quiry" for the health and con- dition of Angela Davis. Touring the waterfront at Havana, Hall was surrounded by cheering house shooting. In connection j Normally, a wriuir types a with which she is now on trial, i manuscript and sends it to a from his 170 scheduled j and the AAUP did point out j publishing company where it a hut will donate a that its action related solely to set in type, printed and bound, slice of his earnings to "Marx- i her hiring and firing. But'tiro Not Art Keykdal. His book, move, coming as it doe; at From Bad to Verse, has 451 the height of her courtroom i PaKes. With .If. lo 50 hues a page struggle, will have political ov- i and 10 words to a line, that's are, of course, not confined lo the established Commit n i s t camp. Only this week the Am- erican Association of Universi-, ty Professors finally got around "inordinate preoccupation" with i did t.ie original, retyped it to censuring Governor Ronald (he Davis rase, "while ignoring ,to lhl-' haslc M'a-'nR. Uien many ertoncs for many, not least the i ahout lo regents themselves, who have Multiplied by three, you gel a j all-Mich- slammed the words Reagan's University of Califor- nia regents for firing M i s 7, Davis from her leaching job al- dockers, who cried: "Viva Ang- I most two years ago. Delegates Then it was off to Hanoi Sat the AAUP's annual meeting for Mr. Hall, and more "exbil-1 voted without dissent to sup- a r a t i n g moments" toasting port a statement ticking off the Angela with the workers. Meanwhile, back in the United regents for "infractions of demic means threats lo aca domic freedom." Miss Davis has many fans in the church, too: despite criti- cism from mf n' bcrs the United I donated io her fund: and as the 'trial hi-.aii -a less a personage than lir. Eugene Carson Blake States, liodger McAfee, the j that the professors' organiza-: general secretary of the World dairy farmer who put up hisjtion will he urging its Council of Churches, made pub- land as security for Miss j members not lo take jobs on lie his belief ibat "there was Davis' bail, is selling oft his j the University's Los Angeles I not e n o u g h evidence to keep 60 Guernsey cows while he goes campus. Miss Davis in jail." adding, off on a nationwide speaking Miss Davis was dismissed he- for the benefit of the uniniiiat- tour on Angela's behalf. fore the Marin County court- ed, that "some people consider I her a martyr." did it again to space the words so that the margins would bo even. The book, a collection of rec- ollections, was bound profes- sionally. There's only one copy. Mr. Reykdal is a printer at Ihe Calgary Albertan. He has been a magazine editor, re- porter, columnist and printer on publications in Northern On- tario, Manitoba. Saskachewan, Alberta and British Columbia. His first work was a history of the Greater Amateur Athletic Association of Lundar, Man. Then came The Autobiography of a Damned Fool and Whatever the outcome of Miss j (Ures in Frustration. Davis' trial, she would certain- ly seem to bo winning the prop- aganda war, and the U.S Infor- From Bad to Verse will not win a Pulitzer Prize, says Mr. Reykdnl, hut it's entertaining. CALGARY great- est threat to individual freedom and independence is big gov- ernment, says R. G. McFar- lane, Alberta's deputy minister of industry. "We are at war, not a shoot- ing war to be sure, but the dan- you are over the top and down- hill to the ultimate and com- plete socialized form of govern- ment." TAXES SPIRAL He said Canadians paid an average of S260 each for ser- ger is every bit as real. The war is against apathy and creeping socialism." Addressing delegates at a Bakery Council of Canada meeting, he said three levels of i tremes of saying the state has government agencies spent a I to take all of the responsibility total equal to 43 per cent of the i from us so we can be assured, sum of Canadians' personal in- no matter whether we have am- comes in 1968. bition or not, enterprise or no "Once you get to the place j enterprise, but come what may ination Agency is stepping up its own campaign with world- wide distribution of a booklet I on her. her supporters, her I drive for funds and the Ameri- can system of innocent until- i 1 proven-guilty justice. The book- COlluCIllllS I let's author, USIA Assistant General Counsel Francis S. I Rudby, is off on a personal Hour of Africa, lo explain that j Angela, whatever the Soviet may say. is indeed getting a fair shake in the U.S. vices provided by the tlu'ee lev- els in 1949 ;in 1950 they paid each and the latest' figure! of the numerous speakers who is "Let us not go to the ex- He will follow in the footsteps i have toured dozens of countries under the aegis of NUCFAD i (the National United Committee lo Free Angela One of the most tireless campaigners is Miss Davis's younger sister group unclear test VANCOUVER (CP1 The British Columbia Federation of Labor has condemned the French nuclear test planned for June in the South Pacific and announced financial support for j the inlernational Green-p e a c e foundation's campaign against the test. Federation secretary treas- urer Rav Haynes called on the where more than half the in- come is going through the chan- nels of government to provide socialized and other services, we're going to be secure. "We pay for this kind of sec. urity by loss of individual in- dependence and freedom." Fania Jordan, who made the federation's affiliates to giv African rounds last year, and j support to the Greenpeace III even managed to turn the birth which is sailing to the test site of her first daughter to propa- in protest of the planned atmo- I ganda ends. She named the! spheric detonation of a hydro- child "Angela Libre." gen bomb. ggp BIG SAVINGS ON FAMOUS QUALITY GLIDDEN PAINTS I 1 PRICES EFFECTIVE NOW THROUGH MAY 31st Don't Miss These EXTERIOR VALUES! ENDURANCE EXTERIOR OIL BASE HOUSE PAINT Resists moisture. Extra durability. Flows on easily. Dries to a beautiful gloss. GALLONS, ONLY GALLONS, SPECIAL SPRED ACRYLIC LATEX Q Dries to a flat durable finish. Flows on spreads smooihly. 9 Tools and hands clean up in water. GLIDDEN SPRED LUSTRE ALKYD SEMI-GLOSS ENAMEL Resists grease, steam, food acids. Velvety sheen. Perfect for woodwork, kitchens and bathrooms. 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