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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta J4 THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, Oclobor 29, 1971 Waffle group turns back on present NDP leaders TORONTO iC'I'i The left- wing Waffle fiiction of the New Democratic Party urged union members Thursday not to sup- poll the NDP's present lenders! and unions, or the "riglil-wing establish- ment" of Canada's trade union movement. II culled for tougher wommiic struggles against employers and for greater Canadian freedom from United States corporations it will challenge a numlK'r of key policies of the Ontario Fed- eration of Labor at the federa- t i o n 's convention hc'fe next week. New deputy leader of Liberal parly L Ill a Hi-page statement I Harry Greenwood of llamil- presented to a news conference ton, secretary of Local Thursday, the Waffle group said United Steelworkers of Amer- ica, said the Waffle, plans lo create left-wing, pro-Waffle cau- cuses in union locals across the j province. I "Our criticism of the present leadership is not on the basis of they are nice guys hut! on the basis of what they stand Mr. Greenwood said. The statement said Canadian workers must achieve full con- trol of their own CALGARY iCl'l Brian' "1 don't intend lo sit an the' means complete sovereign and Stevenson, a :i2-year-old Cal- i sidelines waiting for the next i independent Canadian unions'1 Bin- lawyer has been appoint- election lo roll Mr. i a first step toward Cana- Russell ssid. "We intend lo' dian independence from the ed deputy leader of the Alberta Liberals, party Liberal Leader .Bob Russell announced here. .Mr. Stevenson ran against Premier Fetor Unighecd in the Aug. 30 provincial election. j Formation of n Liberal cau-j have a voice in the political af-! faks of this province and to offer alternatives to the people' of Alberta. "I Irelieve w-e can accomplish I this by having knowledgeable cus with Danny Daniels of Ed-1 people as party spokesmen in monton as chairman aL-o was i each area of the government.'' announced by Mr. fiusscll. Mr. Daniel's, working on his j NEW IRONWORKS doctorate at the University of Yugoslavia plans lo construct Alberta, is a party spokesman I a new ironworks with a planned on education and ran in Ed-! output of two million tons a monton-Jasper Place. year. Hit by auto LEDUC (CP) Kenny Thorn, 19, of the Samson Indian reserve near Hobbema. was killed when struck by a c-.r near this central Alberta crm- Police said Thorn was walk- ing down the centre of Highway 2 when he was hit by the car Surcharge effects exaggerated CHICAGO (CP-AP) "The effects of the import surcharge have been greatly exagger- U.S. Commerce Secre- tary Maurice Stans says. He told a news conference yesterday that results of the 10-per-cent extra charge on duti- able imports "have been exag- gerated in the rhetoric of nego- tiation by affected countries." He cited Canada as an exam- ple, saying half of its exports to tlie U.S. are not affected and other Canadian items produced at a cost of more than 10 per cent under the U.S. cost would continue flowing into the U.S. msrket. All told, about 25 per cent of Canada's exports to the U.S. are affected by the surcharge. In a recent speech to busi- nessmen in Dallas Cana- dian Ambassador Marcel Cad- ieux noted a survey of Canadian business showed that if the sur- charge, imposed Aug. 15, lasts a year 120 plants in Canada might have to close with tens of thou- sands unemployed. KARL WILDE See what Mobile Home Living is all about. Drop in to Sidcrsky's at 542 13 St. North, III be happy to show you the cozy 22'x-38' Emperor Double Wide Mobile Home. SIDORSKY'S MOBILE HOMES LTD. 542 13th St. North Lethbridge Bus. Phone 328-1151 Home Phone 328-7462 Recover body of soldier EDMONTON (CP) The body of Pte. F. G. H. Grover, 23, a paratrooper who drowned Wednesday during a shallow- water diving training exercise, found Thursday in Lap Ste. Anne about 40 miles west of here. Pte. Grover, whose mother lives in St. Thomas, Ont, had been a member of the Canadian Airborne Field Squadron. The body was found near Al- berta Beach following a search by military divers, a helicopter, and boats carrying squadron members and RCMP person- nel. The fatality being inves- tigated by Canadian Armed Forces personnel. smiunc Gnu. FOR inBHTTS 3-Pce. Corner Grouping Contemporary good looks. Includes 1wo 72" long divans with bolsters and one 30" sq. 1able wilh teak finish heat resistant top. Brown or Gold Cotton print upholstery. Reg. Woolco Price 218.50 Fashion Watches Colored dials and straps. Many to choose from. Reg. 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