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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, August 19, 1970 Pay Hike' Urged In Forest Industry Dispute VANCOUVER (CP) Labor Minister Leslie Peterson has released details of what he termed "a significant wage in- crease" recommended by Mr. Justice Nathan ricmelz in his report on the forest industry dispute. Tile minister confirmed ear- lier reports that Mr. Justice Ne- metz had recommended a 60- cent hourly increase over a hvo-year contract for workers in the industry, with an additional 30 cents for tradesmen. Mr. Peterson said it would be "unthinkable" for any work stoppage to occur in the light of "Uie generous but realistic rec- ommendations made by Mr. Justice Nemetz." "I have no hesitation in call- ing u p o n the International Woodworkers of America, rep- resenting the workers, and For- est Industrial Relations, repre- senting management, to accept the recommendations of Mr. Justice Ncmelz." Mr. Peterson said he hoped the 28-page report would mark the beginning of the end of an "extremely difficult summer" in industrial relations. He ap- pealed specifically to the unions and managements involved in the pulp and paper dispute to settle it in the light of the re- port's recommendations. "I would also urge both labor and management in other sec- tors of the economy to lake a long, hard look at this report and the recommendation.s con- tained in it before they become involved in any strikes or lock- outs or take any precipitous ac- tion of that nature." The IWA's prtesent base rate Is an hour and the average rate is hourly. Mr. Justice Nemtez said the dispute was the most difficult he had ever mediated. Other recommendations: urgent call for a meet- ing, under tho chairmanship of tho labor minister, of the union- industry standing committee set up in 1908 to consider improve- ments in collective bargaining. by all parties concerned of an arbitrator, holding office for three years, to head off the possibility of wild- cat strikes. of a job evaluation program. vacation and va- cation wage vacation extended to four weeks for employees with 13 years' continuous service, and to five weeks for those with 23 years' i service. health and wel- fare agreements. Mr. Justice Ncmelz said in the report that he accepted the premier's invitation to mediate in the dispute "because of the compelling obligation that rests upon all citizens of this province to assist in maintaining in- dustrial peace, especially in the forest industry." "This industry employs some men in our coastal region alone. A prolonged strike or lockout in this basic sector of our economy would affect not only the parties to this dispute but all of the people of British Columbia." ON SALE AUG. BACK TO SCHOOL BELL RINGERS ONE SIZE WITH HUDE HEEL OUR REGULAR PRICE 1.00 PR. THURS. FRI. SAT. You'll need these for school and at this low price you can afford several! nylon! One size fits all! Choose Tender Beige, Spark O'Spice, Cocoa Brown, Ivory. MISSES'RIPPLE DUSTERS KRESGE SPECIAL PRICE 'I.' THURS. FRI. SAT. Snazy prints are colorful! Short sleeves so practical! And above all, they're easy- care! S-M-L 8-18 BOYS' WINDBREAKER LADIES' CAMPUS HOSE OUR REGULAR PRICE 79p PR. 57 THURS. FRI. SAT. Smashing two-tone poplin with full zipper front! Warmly lined with, rayon. Many colors. 4-6X JR. BOYS' PANTS PR. THURS. FRI. SAT. 100% stretch nylon In solid colors! Fit i 9-11. THURS. FRI. SUT. PR. THURS. FRI. SAT. Cotton and Drill fabrics detailed with two front pockets. Some with flared legs. Assorted colors. PACKAGED SCHOOL IUNCH KITS MAGNETIC ROLIERS WITH VACUUM BOTTLE 4 SIZES ASSORTMENT DENNIS THE MENACE1 EARTHERN CHINA MUG ASSORTMENT ROLt W X 1296" WIZARD CELLULOSE TAPE EXERCISE BOOKS KRESGE PRICE 57V THURS, FRI. SAT. THURS. FRU SAT. THURS. FRI. SAT. THURS. FBI. SAT. THURS. SAT. Kids... Catch You Own GOLDFISH 1C JL EACH LIMIT 5 PER CUSTOMER! NEW FAU SHADES CRIMPOLENE MATERIAL SCHOOL OPENING SPECIAL, YARD KRESGE'S REGULAR PRICT, YARD 5.97 4 77 JULIETTE RADIOS Battery or Electric Operation. SCHOOL OPENING SPECIAL 29 .99 KRESGE'S REGULAR PRICE 39.99 YOUNG BUDGIES With Free Starter Kit 4 .77 LATEST TOP HIT 45 RPM's INGRAHAM WATCHES LIMITED QUANTITY! SCHOOL OPENING SPECIAL 40% off SATISFACTION REFUNDED Of the 65 proposals presented In him during public hearings, some wore fundatnentiil issues discussed in an industry dispute in lie acted as spe- cial inquiry either were not resolved or only partially resolved then. Such fundamental issues, he felt, should not have to be re- solved at the time of contract renewal but should be consi- dered in an atmosphere free of lockout to strike deadlines. Mr. Justice Nemetz added: "If the predicted American economic upturn for this fall oc- curs, ttien it must be obvious to both sides that a major lockout or strike would seriously impair the competitive position of the British Columbia forest industry at a time when their competi- tors in the United States have already settled their wage dis- pute for the three-year period June to May Linda Kept Quiet LOS ANGELES (AP) On the night of the Sharon Tate murders, Linda Kasabian says, she had "visions" that Charles Manson was "the devil" and that he might loll her and her infant daughter. The blonds prosecution wit- ness at the Tate murder trial, tesitfying for the 16lh day, said on the stand here that she kept quiet about the murders she'd seen because "I was afraid maybe Charlie would kill me and kill my little girl." Fear for her baby, Tanya, then began as she fled down a grassy slope from the Tate mansion a year ago. "Again I had a vision, yeah, sort of a vision, and Charlie en- tered into my head and Tanya was there and I was sort of afraid for Tanya's Mrs. Kasabian said. At the time Tanya and Manson were at the ranch where Manson's hippie- style group lived, she said. At the bottom of the hill, she said, she lay ctavn in the grass to catch her breath and thought of reporting the murders, but didn't. "I was afraid. I thought police were pigs. I was afraid everybody would say I was crazy and maybe Charlie would kill me and my little girl." Earlier, she said, another "vi- sion" came to her and she watched mortally wounded Wo- jieiech Frykowski stumble from the house. Frykowski was one of five persons killed at the Tate mansion. 'HE WAS THE DEVIL' "All of a sudden I saw within myself what Charles Manson was doing and that he was lead- ing myself into self-destruc- she said. "I felt he was the devil." Mrs. Kasabian, 21, began her testimony about the visions under cross-examination by Ronald Hughes, counsel for Les- lie van Houten, 20. She and Manson, 35, are on trial Susan Atkins, 21, and Patricia Kr'enwinkel, 22, charged with murdering Miss Tate and six others, including a Los Angeles couple killed the night after the Tate slayfngs. Unemployment Insurance Payments Up OTTA_WA (CP) ment insurance benefit pay- ments totalled million in May compared with mil- lion in May last year, the Do- minion Bureau of Statistics re- ported today. The average payment in May this year was a week, compared with in May last year. There was an average of beneficiaries a week receiving payments during May this year, 25 per cent more than a year earlier. Radiation Officers For Fire Branches HALIFAX (CP) Cecil H. Plunkelt, supervisor of radia- tion and industrial safety at the Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. facilities at Pinawa, Man., said here every Canadian fire de- partment should have at least one radiation protection officer. Mr. Plunkett, speaking to the 02nd annual meeting of the Ca- nadian Association of Fire Chiefs, said the amount of radi- oactive material being trans- ported across Canada is steadily increasing. It was important that fire departments have ex- perts who can handle equipment for detecting radioactive mate- rials, boih for the protection of the public and firemen them- I selves. ITV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY SPORTS: Baseball, 5 p.m., Cli. 7: The Montreal Expos meet the Cincinnati Reds at Croslcy Field. VARIETY: Catherine McKinnou, 7 p.m., Cli. 13: The last show in the summer series features guest singers Joel Den- nis and Allan Bruce. DRAMA: Medical Centre, p.m., Uli. 13: A rerun show about a doctor's growing love for a woman cancer pa- tient. With Shelby Grant (wife of series regular Chad Everett.) MOVIE: Two for the Road, p.m., Cli. 13: Audrey Hepburn and Albert Finney star as a man and wife who mull the pain and joys of their 12-year marriage. COMEDY: Comedy Crackers, p.m., Cli. 7: A rerun episode has former Ottawa mayor Charlotte Whitton visit- Ing a B and B pub with the satirical series' regulars. MOVIE: It Had to Happen, p.m., Ch. 13: A 1936 drama about a laborer who rises in the political life of New York. Stars George Raft and Rosalind Russell. THURSDAY PUBAFFAIRS: Nancy Mitford, 6 a.m., Cli. 9: Today's schedule of interview includes a conversation with ths author of Zelda, a biography of F. Scott Fitzgerald's wife. MOVIE: Law and Disorder, 1 p.m., Ch. 13: A con man, bent on retiring, finds it difficult kicking old habits. MOVIE: My Pal GUS, p.m., Cli. 7: A divorced father finds little time lo devote to his devilish son. Stars Richard Widmark. SPORTS: Football, 5 p.m., Cli. 13: The Edmonton Eski- mos meet the Toronto Argonauts at the CNE grandstand. Program! liitad by >hi raata ana television slat! Any varialicn In program iciietlulii fa dut to lath minuu ctlangll by Iht station! and Is no) iponiibiliry Thi Hirald or Beltway if CJOC News on the Hour Sports on the Half Hour Probe 1320 News News, Grain Prlcei Jack Country Music WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY Probe 1220 Jim Elliot Show World at Six News, Weather Paul Tlvldar Show Plione Bill Show Rob Ingram Wayne Barry Concern Galloping Gourmet Matinee Terry Lumsden Gardening Probe 1220 if CHEC -k News on the Hour Weather on the Half Hour WEDNESDAY NIGHT The Way I See It MON. THRU FRI. Dinner Showcase- Comunity Bulletin a_m_ Tom Bent Pcdersen Board m Back to Ihe Blbla Call of the Land a-m- CHEC FM Voice of China News, Wlhr., Sports Sport Report World Tomorrow Cattle Prices m ,nhn All That Jazi THURSDAY Ron Stone Farm Show Veryl Todd Jean Pauley Comments Caravan _________ News, Wthr., Sports News Weather News stock Market Report Woman's World Jean Pauley CHEC FM NflWl CHEC FM Sport Report p.m. Thi Comments Other Side Farm News, Stocks Chuck Holiday i-u-r cAfl p.m. CHEC FM rJVl Sport Report News Fifteen Minutes to a.m. Shawn The Hour Kelley CBR Radio 1010 Calgary News on the Hour WEDNESDAY NIGHT THURSDAY The Happy Tims Eye Opener On Mike Soundings Concern Ideas Network News Music Past Midnight Matinee Pratley at News Movies World at Eight Radio Noon 'Mnrntng Concert Four for Forty Galloping Gourmet Entre Nous Gerrusll Matinee News Afternoon Concert Consumers Actuality Sofa and Chair 49 Bedroom Suite Kitchen Chrome Suite 58 Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday nights! 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