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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday. April 20, 1974 THE LETHBHIDGE Government plans legislation to force pilots back to work Nosey porker Yorkshire piglet gets acquainted with Heather Edward, 5, of Port Coquitlam, near Vancouver The piglet, born April 14 on Heather's father's farm, will eventually weigh about 700 pounds Now it tips the scales at just more than one pound Dief honored Notebook found in Hearst case MONTREAL (CP> The executive committee for the Corporations of Mid-St Lawrence pilots met with the Laurentian Pilotage Authority (LPA) here Friday in what a committee spokesman described as "very busy sessions" on possible solu- tions to a strike which began April 8 Meanwhile, in Ottawa, Transport Minister Jean Marchand announced the government will introduce legislation next week to force the pilots back to work Mr Marchand would not re- veal details of the legislation, which he said is still being prepared The committee spokesman said the proposed legislation would be discussed during the sessions but added that "until we see the conditions of the bill we are in no position to comment on it He said the committee will meet with river pilots in Trois-Rivieres, Que today to report on the discussions which followed Thursday's almost unanimous decision by the men to continue the strike Voting was 105-4 Charles Dugal, spokesman for the pilots, said Friday future action by the 136 pilots involved in the dispute over wage contracts would depend on the results of the meeting between the pilotage authority and the executive committee Mr Dugal said he had anticipated that legislation would be introduced before long' but added that the pilots would lake their lead only from the executive committee The Canadian Chamber of Commerce sent a message Friday to Mr Marchand supporting his proposed legislation to end the strike It recommended that in the legislation, "salaries and conditions of work should be in line with standards gener- ally prevailing in the private sector in work requiring similar skill, effort and responsibility To date, the LPA has ollered the pilots, who work between Montreal and the Anticosti Island in the Gulf of St Lawrence a salary boost of 000 to yearly over d three year contract The pilots now earn The pilots have twice rejected the offer and are continuing to seek parity with West Coast workers who earn an average of a year Meanwhile, two ships sched- uled lor St Lawrence River ports were diverted earlier this week tc Halifax where they discharged containers and automobiles The Manchester Crusade and the Avon Forest were botn ongmallv bound for Montreal A Manchester Lines spokes- man in Halifax said Friday three other vessels operated bv the firm were en route up the St Lawrence during the day without pilots They are headed for Quebec City and Montreal PROCLAMATION Wheras the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce is a voluntary organiz- ation of citizens enabling all to work together to achieve a better quality of life, generally to improve business, build a better community, and to develop better citizenship in our community, our province and our country, I, by virtue of the powers vested in me, do hereby proclaim civic support for CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WEEK being observed April 21-27, and call on all Southern Alberta citizens to lend their active interest, support and co-operation in making this observance successful in every way MAYOR A C ANDERSON CANADA PARK, Israel (AP) Canada's maple leaf flag fluttered over newly- planted groves in Israel today as former prime minister John Diefenbaker opened a 7 500-acre park in the Judean hillb and a four mile road named alter him NEW MOON CAFE AUCTION SALE at the premises 508 3rd Avenue South, Lethbridge Monday, April 29.7 p.m. IRMSCASH TlORESEF O RESERVE Electric National cash register, stainless steel twin sink and garborator, steam table; electric meat sheer, gas deep fryer, milk dispenser, Hobart dishwasher, walk-in cooler 10' x 7', welk- in cooler 6' x 5', 2 deepfreezers, small fridge, upright cooler, pop cooler, ice cream freezer, 2 meat blocks, soup maker, butter cutter, plat- form scale, small scale, safe, older National cash register, mirrors, 4 large coffee urns, stain- less steel table, large pastry mixer, 6 slice toaster, glass showcase, approx 24 stools, approx 16 booths and tables, quantity of dishes and silver- ware Items may be viewed: Sunday, April 28, 1974 2-4 p.m. Monday, April 29, 1974 Till Sale Time Sale conducted by: Hurlburt Auction Service Ltd. Phone 328-470S Tad Newby Lie. 41 1920 2nd Ave. S., Lethbridge AUCTIONEERS Keith Erdmann Lie 458 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) A green notebook found in a fire-damaged house once used by the Svmbionese Liber- ation Arm> (SLA) contains unquestionable proof" that Patricia Hearst played no part in her own kidnapping, her father said Friday Authorities said police found the notebook, containing cryptic references to Miss Hearst three weeks before she was abducted from her Berkeley apartment Feb 4 The SLA has claimed responsibility for the kidnap- ping Speculation that the 20-year- old newspaper heiress might have been in league with the small band of terrorists arose after she renounced her family in a tape-recorded message April 3 and proclaimed her allegiance to the revolution But Randolph A Hearst, president and editor of the San Francisco Examiner, said the notebook proved his daughter had in no way" helped ar- range her own kidnapping and expressed regret that au hor- ihes had not acted on the pobbibihty she might be abducted Hearst said he first learned of the notebook Thursday night when reporters called him for rea, tion In a written statement Friday he said he called the FBI, which told him the book was seized Jan 11 after fire broke out at a Concord Calif, house police believe was an SLA headquarters Here's a hot deal on Canada's top selling bias betted tire. POLYGLAS 3395 NOW p onci ert t ootlyc, FREE INSTALLATION ID7B-14 35 SO H78-14 4485 IE78 14 3590 F78-15 3680 IF78-14 3680 G78-15 41 25 [G78-14 41 25 H7B-15 4485 I WHITE WAI LB OP EXTRA PFH TIRE SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY OFFER RALLY GT STEEL BELT As low as S215 cm uis tun SPICIU nut in uiowucis HIM tIKI HIS "III HIUIU tlin Now, dress up your car with the widest street tire Goodyear makes' ON Ut II 54.95 MCh Low matt 4 ply nyion body for high o liability AVAILABLE NOW AT... NORTH LETHBRID6E MO-TIRES 305-13th St. North Phone 327-3181 The North West Mounted Police came to Alberta a hundred years ago They built outposts that grew into towns and cities. They brought law and order to the west The Mounties paved the way for our pioneers. Unfortunately, they didn't pave the roads. When Greyhound started getting people together in Alberta, we faced formidable odds. Back in 1930, some roads were little better than the old patrol trails. In winter, Greyhound buses sometimes had to plow the roads themselves Right from the start, Greyhound travel was a family affair When a mudhole blocked the way, the passengers rolled up their sleeves and helped push the bus through Just as they did in the old stage coach days. Greyhound travel is a lot easier today. But we're proud that our routes often cross the paths of the early Mountie patrols This year, our province celebrates 100 years of Mounted Police service. At Greyhound Canada we're proud that our origins and our home base are here in Alberta GREYHOUND CANADA Greyhound Lines of Canada Ltd. years clpinq Albertanv- 1332 ;