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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, August LETHBRIDGE HERALD-5 Railway union bucks crew cut By BILL COULTHARD OTTAWA (CP) An arbi- tration hearing Wednesday heard a succession of witnesses describe potential dangers and unrealistic workloads involved in a plan by the two major railways to reduce rear-end freight train crews to one man. The United Transportation Union (UTU) is opposing the proposal before Mr. Justice Emmett Hall, former Supreme Court of Canada judge appointed arbitrator after Parliament ended last summer's national railway strike. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONOS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. Established 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th Ave. S. Phone Canadian National Railways and CP Rail say the change in crews can be made safely in some areas because of improved signalling, traffic control and radio com- munications. But the UTU witnesses, con- ductors who represented the union during trial runs with the one-man rear-end crews, told stories of signal breakdowns and injuries that would go untended if conduc- tors were alone in their cabooses. Witnesses .also testified Wednesday that two rear-end crewmen are required to fulfil the responsibilities of inspecting the train and watching behind for Signs of damage while remaining available to communicate with the front end by radio. The makeup of freight train rear-end crews has been un- changed since 1898. The rail- ways say about 450 men would be eliminated at a payroll sav- ing of about million if the change is made. Those now working would be protected against job loss, however. British election call expected LONDON (Reuter) The 635-seat House of Commons adjourned for the summer holiday recess Wednesday with most of its members con- vinced that a general election will intervene before Parlia- ment reassembles again. The minority Labor ad- ministration, which came to power last March, has suf- fered a series of defeats in the lower this week in votes on trade union legislation. This has led to increasing frustration among ministers and supporters. The advice from close political colleagues to Prime Minister Harold Wilson, who has the sole right to choose the election date, is to seek a stronger mandate this autumn, despite signs in re- cent public opinion polls that Labor's popularity is slip- ping. Specialists in all types of Engines ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING AND RESLEEVING CRANKSHAFT REGRINDING WISCONSIN ENGINE Sales and Service Centre CUSTOM ENGINE PARTS LTD. 1605 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-8181 Rare little stinker An employee of the Oklahoma Zoo holds a baby African aardwolf, the first of its breed to be born in captivity. Zoo officials say only 15 of the animals, members of the hyena family, are in captivity. The aardwolf emits a smell somewhat like that of the skunk when frightened. Newspaper purchase agreement reached FORT McMURRAY (CP) Agreement in principle has been reached for purchase of the weekly McMurray Courier by Bowes Publishers Ltd.. which also plans to launch a new daily newspaper. Fort McMurray Today, in this Athabasca oil sands centre Oct. 1. New home PARIS (Reuter) The Mona Lisa has been given a new temperature controlled home to protect the priceless painting. Leonardo da Vinci's masterpiece will be displayed at the Louvre museum inside a glass fronted, sealed chamber equipped with special lighting. A museum of- ficial said yesterday that the painting was very fragile and the wooden panel on which it was painted needed additional protection. Announcement of the agree- ment was made Wednesday by Bernard Jean, president and publisher of Bernard Jean Publishing Ltd.. owner of the 3.800-circulation Courier. Effective date of the takeover is Sept. 15. Bowes publishers was founded in 1950 by Jim Bowes of Moose Jaw, Sask. and Lon- don. Ont.. president, and his brother Bill who took over the then-weekly Herald Tribune at Grande Prairie with a starting working capital of borrowed from a bank. The company now owns three daily newspapers The Herald-Tribune, Truro News and Kenora Miner and News and six weeklies. Editor and publisher of Fort McMurray Today will be Peter Duffy, who has been managing editor of the com- pany's Truro paper. Population of Fort McMurrav is 10.000. Big Apple Wine by Andres. Since time began, the most tempting fruit has been the apple. With that in mind, Andres invites you to think Apple Wine. A refreshing new sparkling apple wine. Truth is, Andres Big Apple is everything apple but the crunch. In a wine. Brimming with tiny, tingly bubbles. So with your first sip, you'll be tickled pink. Chill and serve some Andres Big Apple Wine tonight. We feel sure you'll take a shine to it. ANDReS BIG APPLE fc_ WINE MEN'S Double Knit Sale You'll love these double knit sport jackets and blazers. They're wrinkle free so you stay neat all day. 2 but- ton, single breasted with centre back vent. Excellent colour selection. Sizes 36 to 46. Reg. 44.95 49.95 Comfortable and easy-going poly- ester doubleknits. Rich solid shades and check patterns. Cross top pockets. Sizes 30 to 44. Reg. to 19.95 316-6th St. S. GRAND REOPENING SALE continues through SAT., AUG. 3rd CHARGEX MASTERCHARGE WHILE QUANTITIES LAST 70 STORES SERVING B.C., ALBERTA AND SASKATCHEWAN fo o o MEN'S LEVI JACKETS and PANTS If firsts Pants 1195 Jackets......... 1595 each IN-STORE SPECIALS GALORE ;