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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta November 1173 TNI LETHMIDOE HERALD No dispensation needed for town visits Lunch time When the noon hour is the least bit even in late you can find Vern Potter dining out with the big wheels. a car man for was caught by the camera at one of his recent nid-day meals with the big wheels. Vern works at trie 3N station yards which are now used for fixing worn railway rolling stock including the wheels.__________ Reporters not protected BOSTON The Mas- sachusetts Supreme Judicial has upheld a lower- order that compels a Wall Street Journal reporter .o reveal her news sources in connection with a libel suit In a 12-page unanimous lecision written by Chief Justice Joseph Tauro and released the high said the first amend- ment to the U.S. Constitution lives reporters no protection igainst being compelled to lisclose their news sources in with court The first amend- nent guarantees freedom of speech Reporter Liz Roman jallese of Cambridge has to reveal the name of i Stoneham official she quoted ast year concerning the effect state zoning laws. An Andover Wil- lam brought a ilOO.OOO libel suit against The Journal and Mrs he was defamed by he Stoneham official's itatement. Last Mrs. Gallese was ordered to reveal her sources before Judge Joseph Ford of Superior Court. She declined on constitutional grounds. Lawyer Raymond P. representing both Mrs. Gallese and Dow Jones and Co. which publishes The said the ruling is be- ing studied to determine whether an appeal will be taken to the U.S. Supreme Court Klondike days goes to Grey Cup EDMONTON Toronto will get a taste this week of Klondike Ed- monton's annual summer ex- hibition. A 17-person delegation including Klondike Kate will leave for Toronto Friday morning to cheer the Ed- monton Eskimos in the Grey Cup and promote Klondike Days CAREERS FOUNDRY WORKERS REQUIRED Wanted immediately foundry workers and labourers. Good starting pay and fringe benefits. Permanent employment. LETHBRIDGE IRON WORKS CO. LTD. 120 1st Avenue Lethbrldge Looking For a Change Or Supplementary EXCELLENT SELLING OPPORTUNITY Long established Calendar and Speciality Advertising Company requires ambitious sales person on or part-time basis. t A complete range of Promotional Sales and Business will earn top commis- sion dollars payable weekly. Previous selling experience but not es- sential Reply in confidence T. A. MORTIMER LIMITED P.O. Box Ont. K1G 3P3 PUBLIC WORKS SUPERINTENDENT CITY OF MIDICINI HAT This is supervisory and administrative work with responsibility for directing and through subordinate a large work force of skilled and unskilled employees in a major group of Municipal Public Works activities. These Street repair and cleaning Maintenance of Bridges and culverts Snow removal and street sanding Operation of an asphalt plant and sanitary land-fill Refuse collection and disposal A thorough knowledge of the materials and techniques of modern public works construction and maintenance and demon- strated administrative and supervisory qualities are essential to the position. SALARY RANGE to per annum. Applications must be submitted in stating qualifications and experience PERSONNEL OFFICER CITY HALL MEDICINE Alberta Black officials have more freedom By HUMPHREY TYLER Mtttor CAPE South Africa These days when Mack of- ficials or diplomats come to town they often do it in in five-star in broad daylight and nobody blinks an eye. But it used to be quite different. A black foreign dignitary used to have to obtain a special dispensation. Even then he was smuggled into his room in a hurry and fed his meals in well away from any whites who might be offended. And if you wanted to meet a South African black leader of you usually had lo arrange a rendezvous in some of ramshackle called a in a shantytown on the fringe of one of the white cities. This reporter wanted a meeting with an important Zulu who lived near a lush holiday resort on the warm Indian Ocean. My contact told me to meet him at a shebeen called To get there we humped over a wild track between crazy little houses made of corrugated iron and wood. One building was made out of the ends of 44-gallon oil all wired together. It was a church. As we lurched the crawled out of one of the round openings pushing his crook before him. The was a two- room house on a slope under a gigantic flowering tree. The door was open and so was a big and ran in and out all the time. Che bonhomie was tremen- and my host you see yourself enjoy- ing yourself like this in a white Indeed not. but I was slight- ly put out by the fact that the door and the big window were left open all the time. As dusk drew in it became quite so I why don't we shut the My host was quite shocked. He be silly. The window's to jump out of when the cops Just recently F went to Cape' one of South Africa's twin to meet with Chief Gatsha chief minister of the Zulus and one of the most controversial of the black homeland leaders. This time there was no ques- tion of meeting in a shebeen. Chief Gatsha was registered at the Mount Nelson one of the most elegant in the city To get there you sweep through a magnificent gateway and a delicately fragrant garden. No no no and no policemen. And when you arrive at the hotel entrance there is somebody to open your car door and usher you and there are and and the carpet is almost thick enough to tickle the ankles. And ensconced in his suite with his and with waiters coming and going. was Chief amiable but watchful But there was obviously no thought ol jumping out of the windows. because of the the dows were not even 1 mentioned to the chief that I thought things had quite a bit. He said. And he recalled that just a while before when he had been staying in Johannesburg with a group of other homeland the word got out and crowds of Africans used to collect outside their hotel in the just to see a black man walk out of a white hotel as an equal. In the evenings the crowd would go back again to see the black men go inside again. And they would hoot and cheer. 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