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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _____ thunday. April 6, 197? THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 23 Port pension plan 5. of the REGAINS SIGHT AFTER 50 YEARS Rose Crawford, bHndeJ by a boul of measles when she was four, learns the color of flowers from a nosegay held by Doreen Wilson at a Toronto Operations enabled the 54- year-old Mrs. Crawford to sec her husband, leonard, for the first time in 23-year marriage, (CP Wirephoto) MONTREAL (CP> Long- shoremen at three SI. Lawrence River ports ratified a three-year agreement here providing for an average three-pcr-ccnt annual wage increase and a pension plan described as one of the best in (he world. The agreement covers 3.200 members of the International Longshoremen's Association in Montreal, Trois-Rivlcres and Quebec City. tt will bring average hourly rates to So.10 after three years, with increases of 10 cents in the first and 20 cents in each of the remaining two years of the con- tract. Complete implementation oi the pension plati will take at least three years, at which time the mandatory retirement ago will he 55. On the average, a man after 20 years service will he able to collect 100 per cent nf his annual earnings. Management will contribute about million a year to the pension fund which will be ad- ministered by the union. In return for a expanded pen- sion fund, the longshoremen gave up their right to work in gangs, the traditional work method at most ports. Before the contract, there was i a statutory total of 9G gangs the Montreal waterfront with 10 men in each gang. The work-gang structure will be replaced by a computer dis- patch system. Each day a computerized as- sessmenl will be made of Hie needs of ships for the next day. and longshoremen will be told where to report and what they will be doing. The system was initiated in Vancouver about IB months ago. Bomb destroys I walkway at Soviet exhibit LOS ANGELES (Renter) A bomb blast at a Soviet art ex- hibit here loclay destroyed a covered walkway to the mu- seum and damaged an outdoor sign for the exhibition but did no damage lo galleries contain- ing valuable icons and other art works inside, police said, j They said they were invcsti- Rating telephone warnings re- ceived by local news agencies shortly before the blast, in which the caller said "Never sloj'.n connected wilh the militant Jewish De- fence League. The month-long Soviet art show, called Arts and Crafts in Ancient Times and Today, closed here Tuesday and wilj next be shown in Minneapolis. ONS-SEARS Towel Cosy up to the eye-popping prices. Tiny flaws we bet you can't even notice make it all possible in a big windfall of seconds from some of our most popular lines. Look AI Tlic Assortment! Large Size Quality your skin to a money-wiss choice from our fine selection of colours and patterns in rhese gener- ously sixed beauties. 2.99 economy priced both towels in a great clear- ance of discontinued patterns ond seconds of tha Looking ClloicCS regular lines. Pick the print, solid, novelty or B-Slock up on in prints, jacquard 1o tickle your fancy ond your bathroom solitii ond iocquords-all designed has a fine new look. lo b" of iha modern bathroom. .99 QUALITY COSTS NO MORE AT SIMPSONS-SEARS STORE HOURS: Oprr. Daily 9 a.m. lo p.m., Thunrfay and Friday 9 n.m. lo 9 p.m. Villaoe. Telephons 3J8.9J31 SIMPSONS-SEARS Peace is your bag! Smashing some appliqued wilh a peace lymbol and a dove. Bag 'em! Each stands out in a newsy shoulder style. tones only. AND UP Accessory Department Leather-Look Elegance Kayser that mailer glove maker comei up wilh nil-nylon gloves that look and feel like fina leather coit 10 much less I Hnnd-woshable In white, black, die. brown, navy, mink. Sizes 7, 7Vi, 8. Bracelet lenglh. Pair 3.50. Shorties wlrh wrist vcnls foi easy-on. Pair 2.98. eajy-on, Pair 2.98. and lajfcs' Glove Deportment 10% to 31% off Some of Our Best Selling Panty Koso Reg. S1.50. 20 mesh. Sizes S, M, L, XL. Hr.wy. Beige. Hint 0' Urn; 1 Hint 0' Navy. J.-i- Reg. S2. Queen A (180210 fi Honey Beige; Hint 0' Brn. 1 :rr Grey Mist J-'if-r nog. 8Sc. Opaque panty hose in one si7x- to fit Ibs. Colours Beige, Hint O' Black, Hint 0' Navy, Clioco- lalc, While, Hint 0' Rrown, 1 Wincberry. UJ.ic, mid Red for l SSr. Regular In one lo fit 100- I.V) Ibs. Henry Hint O' Brown, 1 Hint 0' Blki'Hint 0' Navy. Ivory [or Rf% 40c. Sheer hi's. One tils 9-11, Brown, Black, Xsvy, While vour own new look willi Orion Sayeile Knit j-js1 abouf anything from soft-spun knitting worsl- ed. luxurious as wool, yet moth proof, non-aller- genic. Machine wash ''dry. ,4 _ Won't shrink. 2-oz. Reg. 69c r JC fashion Phenlex Machine washable, stain rc-srstant polypropylene. Won't shrink, slrelcb. Colours stay 4 bright. Skein 4'VC Scoured Aran For those fabulous fisherman knih virgin 49c Hand Natural colour. 2 oz, Reg. 59c QLAIJTY COSTS MCWK AT SHIPSOXS-SKAHS STORE HOUSS: Open Dnily 9 n.m. lo p.m., onrl Friday 9 n.m. lo 9 p.m. Centra Vil'nge, Tekphono 328-9231 ;