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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 27, 1972 WE IETHBRIDGI HERAID f T chairman asked to resign? OTTAWA (CP) William W Buchanan, the chairman ot the federal anti-dumping tribunal has resigned, but Prime Minis- ter Trudemi gave no reason for the resignation despite repeated opposition questions in the Com- mons today about an alleged conflict of interest. "It was just a simple letter of he said, adding that he would he happy to table it. Montreal l.c Devoir says Mr. Buchannan liad been asked to resign because of an alleged conflict of interest involving a decision handed down in March, 1970. Justice Minister Otto Lang confirmed in the Commons that Ills department had challenged a decision by the tribunal. Le Devoir said it learned the justice department took action to annul the 1970 decision which had ruled in favor of Canadian Industries Ltd., and Pilkington Brothers Ltd. The decision was made against East European glass imports which the two Canadian firms said were interfering with the development of the Cana- dian glass industry. The justice department, in a petition filed before Judge Bar- rel V. Hcaltl of the Federal Court, was said to have alleged France is defying protests about nuclear test series PARIS (Renter) France is defying vigorous protests _ ot South Pacific countries in going ahead with a new series of nu- clear tests designed to perfect her thermonuclear arsenal. The latest series, beginning in June, is aimed at solving the problems of miniaturizing nuclear warheads and improv- ing rocket guidance systems. Two or three nuclear blasts are expected. But even some French ser- vice chiefs, as well as opposi- tion parties here, are question- ing whether such controversial testing in the atmosphere should continue. Chile, Japan, Australia, Peru and New Zealand has said it may convene a conference of Pacific Basin nations to dem- onstrate concern. Like China but unhke the Soviet Union, the United States and Britain-France is not a sig- latory to the international trca- y which bans nuclear testing n the atmosphere. Last summer, the French set off five nuclear explosions in he Pacific's Mururoa Lagoon including a one-megaton hy- drogen bomb then cancelled another two amid reports that it was curtailing its program in response to Peruvian threats to sever diplomatic relations. But the cancellation was also due to technical reasons as well as a government move to safe-guard the French econom- ic and political situation in Lat- America. lAssa PARKSIDE COIN-OP LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN 2634 SOUTH PARKSIDE DRIVE 12 INGLIS WASHERS PLUS 25-LB. WASHER 6 INGLIS DRYERS Kai-shek's son elected premier TAIFEI (API President hiajtg Kai-shek's son, Ch.ang hing-kuo, was elected Nation list China's new premier today UL not without dissent. The vote in the legislator Yuan was 381 to 13, and 13 other were blank, officials said Though the 26 votes were i small percentage of the total hey were in notable contrast t he legislature's unanimity o most subjects. Voting was se cret and there was no way t denlify the dissenters. The younger Chiang is C5 reeled "to exercise increasin control over the day-to-day ai livities of the government, i the past held largely by hi lather. President Chiang is 84, his so 62. Chiang Ching-kuo has been vice-premier since 1969, and be- fore that was defence minister. Vice-Prcsident C. K. Yen re- signed the premiership after he was re-elected vice-president. Job office COALDALE (HNS i A stu- dent employment office will be opened here by Canada Man- power. It will be open tor about one QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD PHONE 3270811 The sudden halt was hailed y opponents at home and jroad as a victory for the nu- ear disarmament movement. hey gained little comfort from efence Minister Michel Debrn ho subsequently brushed side any suggestion of calling "f the total program. The voices of protest are just s vigorous this year. Said Fl- an Premier Ratu Sir Kamis- se Mara: "We have been as- urcd by the French that it is clean bomb with no pollution. And I said, 'well, if it is clean nd there is no pollution, why on't you take it to Corsica or he KETCH TO PROTEST Peru has authorized a group of protesters to fly its flag on a ketch they intend to sail into he nuclear test zone to dial- enge the French in June. The protest voyage is organ zed by the New Zealand Cam >aign (or Nuclear Disarms nent and Canada's Green eace Foundation. The ketch, Green peac; Three, is equipped with anti radiation protective suits an equipment to measure radia tion levels. The French government say it is satisfied that its nuclea tests have not contaminate the atmosphere of the countrie bordering the test zone. Mur uroa is miles west of th South American coast and sti' further from Japan and Au: tralia. that Mr. Buchanan had contacts with officers of Canadian Pitts- burg which cast doubt on his impartiality. The department was also said to have alleged that in Febru- ary and March, 1069, Mr. Bu- chanan sent bills of and to the company for pro- fessional services. Outside the Commons, Mr. Lang said Mr. Buchanan "once had certain relationships with certain of the companies in- volved." He was referring to glass company cases before the tribunal. CHALLENGING VALIDITY The justice minister said that his department has started pro- ceedings to challenge the valid- ity of certain tribunal judg- lents. He said the tribunal made de- isions which slowed down glass mports from other countries. Mr, Hees told reporters that lass importers were appar- ntly discriminated against and ie government should check all ases since the Pittsburgh glass ecision in 1970. He said that the government nust have suggested to Mr. Bu- hanan that he should resign. For 10 years before his tri- unal appointment, Mr. Bu- hanan had been an Ottawa onsultant on commodity taxes md an adviser on copyright and abor matters. Mr. Buchanan, 60, was born n Winnipeg and graduated from he University ot Toronto with an M.A. degree in economics in 1937. He farmed for 13 years until lis appointment to the tarifl joard in 1949. He was a board member for 10 years. Mr. Buchanan also served on Ihe Jlsley royal commission m patents, copyright and in dustrial design. He is married and has four children. 7 runs fshorl NOBLKFOHl) 'Special) Nobleford Little Leaguers de- feated ShauRhnessy, 9-3 on four hits, committing two errors, giving Nod Jankunis his first win of the season. Shuughniissy had three hits but committed eight errors in defeat. The losing pitcher Malchcw. OIL TAX HEARINGS Roy Wilson, left, Social Credit member of the Alberta Legis- lature for Calgary Bow, questions Bob Sparrow of the Canadian Association of O.lwell Drilling Contractors, during hearings by the committee of the whole legislature .nlo on Alberta government proposal to raise at least million a year in additional revenue by taxing crude oil reserves. HONORED BY CARLETON OTTAWA (CP) Davidson Dunton, retiring president of Carleton University, M. .J Coldwell, former leader of the CCF and Monsignor Louis-Al- bert Vachon, former rector of Laval University in Quebec City, received honorary law doctorates at Carleton convo- cation ceremonies Friday. SAO PAULO, Brazil (Reuter) The Sao Paulo newspaper, 0 Estado, quoted naturalized Bo- livian businessman Klaus Alt- mann today as saying he or- dered the deaths of a French woman and a German while chief of the SS (Nazi elite corps) in Lyon, France, during the Second World War under the pseudonym Klaus Barbie. In the third of a series o! copyright articles, claimed to be based on a tape-recorded inter- view, Altmann was quoted as saying the role of head of the SS in'Lyon was his main activity in the war. The paper reported Altmann said his mission was to dismantle the French resistance movement militarily and politi- cally. It said he denied being heat of the Gestapo there but tha' the SS nearly always operated from Gestapo headquarters in occupied territories. members and French collabora- jrs. Through these he made con- act with informers and some oi he informers then joined the SS, the paper reported him as The paper said he admitted Protecting news sources essential to reporting Cancer battled FORT MACLEOD The results of the cancer cam- paign show an increase in do- nations to the Fort Macleod Branch. The results, with 1971 figures included, are: canvassers' re- ceipts, daffodil day, cancer bubbles, for totals of The memorial donations In 1971 were The 1972 ordering the killing of a woman who led some of his men, in- cluding himself, into a trap, and had her body thrown into the River Rhone. It said he also admitted the hanging of a Ger- man who used his SS member- ship to commit robberies, as sault and rape. It was reported in La Paz Bolivia, earlier this week tha Altmann had denied the authen ticity of the newspaper article and denied that he was the Ge- stapo chiet Barbie. WANTED LIMITED NUMBER Of HOMES THAT NEED CONSTANT PAINTINGI Home owners in this general area will be given Iho op- porlunity of having the new vinyl siding made from E. F. Goodridge Geon applied '0 their homes with special de- corative work ot o low cost. This new amazing product has captured thg interest of home owners throughout Canada who are led up with constant pointing and other maintenance costs. It carries a written guarantee and pro- vides insulation, winter ond summer, 05 well cs fire pro- tection. Our new product can be used over every type of house, including frame stuc- co, concrete block, etc. It comes in several and has not been cbtainabie in this area prior to thil intro- ductory onouncement. Your home can be a showplaco in your vicinity ond we will make it worlh your while if we tan use your home. 40-YEAR GUARANTEE For appointment please write (including your name, ad- dress and phone number) Panther Bldg. Supplies lid., Box 44, lethbridae Herald. I W MOVING LTD, Phone 327-3911 Dcupicd territories. i figures haven't been released 0 Allmami as fe saying he organized a force of 120 men including Gestapo is yet but it is known they are higher. For all your moving ond storage needs, call Ihe experts at L W MOVING LTD. "YOUR UNITED VAN LINES AGENTS" monlh. SAULT STE. MARIE, Ont. (CP) Knowlton Nash of the CBC said Friday night that pro- tecting confidential news sources is essential to effective news reporting. Destroying that protection, he told a meeting of broadcast ex- ecutives, "would critically, and perhaps fatally, damage the public's right to know." "We cannot allow the sterili- 'provincial department of j zalion of journalism for to indeed be to steri- 5 outli is providing the funds for wages. Town council said the former police office and a phone will be the town's contribution. Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE R1PIEY OPTICAt 618 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-5447 do so would indeed be to steri- lize democracy itself." Mr. Nash, director of TV in- formation programs for the pub- licly-owned network, said: "For the most part, the courts are saying there is no such tiling as protection of news sources. This opinion was on a collision course with the views of most journalist "that the public's right to know is best protected by the preservation of confiden- tiality of news sources." He acknowledged that few journalists "would demand a total protection of all confiden- tial information" in matters af- feeling such areas as national security, but urged judicial bod- ies to make a "more careful examination of the implications involved" before requesting such information. NEED SOURCES With growing efforts "by gov- ernments everywhere in the world to manage or control news, it becomes ever more im- portant for newsmen to have j confidential sources of informa-; tion so that the public is not seduced by propaganda." He reiterated previous state- ments that handing over confi- d e n t i a 1 background material makes the journalist an investi- gative agent of the police, gov- ernment, or court; has a "chill- ing effect" on a reporter be- cause it lays open to reprisal "confidential sources of infor- and "opens the door to intimidation of reporters and producers. What is needed is more inves- tigative journalism, he said "and what we certainly do not need are future restraints on investigative journalism." Text of the address was re- leased before delivery. ADV-1.15 p.m. EDT TOD.U NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Machinery-Troctors-Truclcs Industrial Scrap-Machinery-Demolition Anything Made of Iron! COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck loads Carloads Truck Scales Magnet Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap is Our Business" LETHBRIDGE REHABILITATION WORKSHOP REQUIRES MALE MANAGING DIRECTOR Qualifications required _ Must have some experience In handicapped workshop or willing to take training cours. in Salary, related, to. experience. FEMALE SUPERVISOR Experienced in this field desirable especially In super- vision of clients also some experience in crofts, etc. or willing to take training course in supervision of workshop. Salary Related to Experience Send applications for the above positionl to: MR. T. CHAPMAN President, Board of Directors IETHBRIDGE REHABItlTATION CENTRE 1261 2nd Ave. "A" North, lethbridge, Alberta T1H 001 ONE CARD 9th ANNUAL ONE CARD Careers in Management SCOPE FOR INDIVlDUAt GROWTH AND ADVANCEMENT TOR FURTHER EDUCATION SAIARY FUtlY COMMENSURATE WITH QUAIIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE ATTRACTIVE FRINGE BENEFIT PROGRAMS We have a number of openings lead- ing to management positions for in- dividuals with financial or other business experience. Successful can- didates will receive comprehensive on-lhc-job training supplemented by formal instruction courses followed by interesting assignments in a voii- ety of branches throughout Alberta. Subsequent openings will occur in a wide variety of situations which ws would be pleased to discuss with in- terested applicant'-. promotion 1% based on merit and opportunities for advancement are cxcclicnl. DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS Those we are seeking should at least a yeor or two business ex- perience preferably in a financial setting. Previous training will bo carefully rvoluoled but in the final analysis maturity, i nil! a live and a strong interest in working successfully with others will be tho most impor- tant criteria in selecting candidates. Tor further information tnlephono or write; B. K. Worthier Employment Officer P.O. Bag Service 2534 Calgary 2, Alberta Telephone; 268-3484 or call on any of our branch managers EATON'S HEARING CENTRE NEW! from S1EMANS ECONOMY HEARING AIDS H. W. MATHESON Certified Hearing Aid Audiologist Look at these features 1. LOW INITIAL COST 2. LOW BATTERY EXPENSE {6 months on one battery) 3. SIEMANS EXCELLENT QUALITY 4. EATON'S UNSURPASSED GUARANTEE Come in see and try these aids without obligation THURSDAY, JUNE 1st Eaton's Stereo Room Phone 327-8551 for appointment H. W. 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