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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Fears bloodshed in South Africa -Wwlneiday, November 1, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 27 KINGSTON, Ont. (CP) Un- less the whites change their at- titude towards black men in South Africa there will be a great deal of bloodshed, says Canon Gonville Aubie ffrench- BeyUgh, former Anglican Dean of Johannesburg. The clergyman, told a small audience here Tuesday night that the blacks live in servitude in less than human situations in South Africa. "I prophesy he said. "But I do not advocate violence. If the situation contin- ues as it is now, there can be no other answer but blood- shed." There are 14 million blacks and only 3% million whites in the country, he said, and the appalling conditions cannot go on forever. Though he does not advocate violence, he said, he does be- lieve violence is necessary in some cases. That is to say there is such a thing as a just war and a just revolution when it is the duty of Christians to fight for what they believe in. However, he said, there is no possibility for a just revolution in South Africa at the moment. There will be no revolution as such in South Africa because the blacks are not united but there will be an increasing number of outbursts of vio- lence, he predicted. HAS NO FREEDOM 'The African has no freedom at all. He has no vote. He can- not even choose the woman he wants to live with unless she has the proper papers." For many whites, the black man is considered less than hu- man, placed on earth by God to serve the whites. Canon ffrench-Beytagh is con- ducting a lecture tour of Can- ada under the sponsorship of the Anglican Foundation and deans of Canadian Anglican cathedrals. He will be in Can- ada until Nov. 13 visiting 15 Ca- nadian cities. He visits Toronto today. The aim of the tour is to en- able both churchmen and the general public to learn more about apartheid and its effect on the more than two4hirds of South Africa's population which is black. Canon ffrench-Beytagh left South Africa last April after a five-year jail term against him was dropped. He had been ar- rested and convicted last year of encouraging the violent over- throw of the South African gov- ernment. He now lives in England. Strom: Canadians still unsure what they want EDMONTON (CP) Mon- day's federal election showed Canadians "are still very un- certain about what they Harry Strom, Alberta Social Credit party leader, said here. "That trend of uncertainty continued right across Can- ada." Mr. Strom said in as- sessing the virtual stalemate between the Liberal and Pro- gressive Conservative parties. Mr. Strom, who has announ- ced his intention to resign as a provincial party leader, ex- pects Pierre Trudeau to stay on as Liberal leader but said he would not be surprised if Mr. Trudeau resigned. He said the saw-off election showed a great majority of Ca- nadians felt the Liberals had failed to cope with the prob- lems of inflation and unem- ployment. Mr. Strom was not surprised by Social Credit's dismal show- ing in Alberta, where the Con-: servatives took all 19 federal! seats. i The party is "just not looked upon as a federal he said. The 19 Social Credit Candidates in the province all lost their deposits. Mr. Strom said the New Dem- ocratic Party also was not re- garded as an alternative. "Alberta is more Conserva- tive thinking more right wing than anywhere else in Canada." He said neither Social Credit ncr the NDP stand to gain from another quick election and pre- dicted the two parties would try to work with a minority government. 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Executive-director Lloyd Sut- ton said today the appointment of non-native advisors is "not a step backward." "The board members realize there are certain advantages we can acqui-e through ap- pointing non-natives. "It's pretty bad to help na- tive people fit into the commun- ity if the centre itself remains exclusive. "We could draw upon tlie knowledge of numerous people who are willing to help us. If vc refuse to let them become nvolvcd because they are not native, we will lose a great deal." There is "misbelief, misun- derstanding and mistrust" even among the different types of native people involved, Mr. Ust- ton said. "For example, the treaty In- dians get jealous if there are oo many Metis hanging around and vice versa." The friendship centre was es- tablished for all native people and their friends and to help with adju5lments between rural and city life. Trudeau NDP alliance suggested LILLOOET, B.C. (CP) Prime Minister Trudeau should seek an alliance with the New Democratic Party and get on with the governing the country, Margaret (Ma) Murray said to- day. "Me should bury his pride If he's got any pride in Canada make a deal with the NDF and go along with said the 85-year-old editor of the weekly Bridge Rivcr-Lillooet News. "Maybe the two parties would be better off for joining each other." In a telephone interview, Mrs. Murray said the uncertain elec- tion outcome was the result of "damnfool people the voters destroying themselves. "Human grcvd killed Tru- dcau, although I think he was the best man. He inherited this damned unemployment insur- ance Hint robbed people of their Incentive for thrift." As Tor Ihc other parly lead- ers, Mrs. Murray shrugged them off as "Hint koolt of a I.owls nnd stumblcbinn of n f'rrficld. There was only one running and Hint was Trudeau." Decision on pipeline up to court SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) Interior Secretary Rogers C. B. Morton said Tuesday a permit would be issued for construc- tion of the Alaska pipeline in tilt first quarter of next year if the U.S. Court of Appeals de- cides against the present in- junction attempting to block the start of construction. Morton told newsmen here Ihc court already has heard the matter and the decision may come down in December. He said ttic department of in- tcricr already is preparing to take the matter to the U.S. Su- preme Court should the court of appeals decide against issu- ing the pipeline permit. WCB chairman quils posl VANCOUVER (CP) Cyril White, who resigned two weeks ago as chief judge of Uie Pro- vincial Court of British Colum- bia, has tendered his resigna- tion as chairman of the Work- men's Compensation Board of B.C. Mr. White said in his state- ment lie had ciijoycd "most cordial" relations with minis- ters of the ncwly-clcclcd New Democratic Partv rovcrnmcnl. 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