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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 ItTHUJOOf HEIALO Thursday, 7, 1972 Conciliation board report soon Ottawa hoping for pact with posties before Christmas OTTAWA Talks 21 bringng aout a working pcstEsn an te coctiiining today. Trith of- ficials en both sices hopeful of the An early report is expected fror: the thrse-msa boerd up in rdid-October to deal Tcifi the estxse. Inf orssGon CG progress of the talks Irrvohlsg 23.030 mem- bers of the Council of Postal TJisccs and the governrnerit is sparse as negotiators maintain strict sikncs. Once the board, beaded by O-en SMine of the Ontario la- bor relations board, prepares iis report it is to Ja- cob Frakafaan. chairman of tbe PabHc Service Staff Sela- Board. Tbe union T-ould then have to wait seven days before it could legally strike. GcvenraeEt tmioc offi- cials, including new Post- master-Generai Arjdre Ouleet, have expressed op-rlrrJsm that last-ditch efforts can arrive at an agreement' asd forestall a possible strike before Christ- mas. Last the conciliatioa board reported that some rnajor issues in dispute were resolved, but other significant matters re- mained unsettled. Negotiators in face-to- face talks mxJer the guidance of the concffiatica board. This phase followed atterapts at me- diation, through h i c h parties e r e approached and advised of the position of the other side on various crues- tloss. Even after the report -was submitted to Mr. Finielman, there cou'-d be a news eaibarf o for a few days while union lead- ers take the report to their membership. The ccfficiHatioa beard has asked for rare eztecsioGS since its eslabHshsreEi and now both sices are stayin in tbe talks Restless postal awaiting word of ibe talks, have walked out temporarily in sev- eral cities. Largest TFaJkoot oc- curred in Toronto, but an ia- sad advice frosi ra- tional unxra lesdership made tbe "orkers retizm. Assoag the issues is dispcte 7.-ien oaclEatka talks began wages, fecgth of contract, unioos wanted a as-hoar straight increase, the governnMst was oifering a increase over a three-year contract. Tbe average cf tbt ffiernbers rf the Cocaci! o( Postal Ufflocs, isclodei postal clerks zsd carriers, if S3J55 an boor. Their last tract expired in llarch. STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thurs. and Fit 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. "COLLEGE MILL" SHOPPING CENTRE 420-6th STREET SOUTH CANADA GRADE "A" BEEF SIRLOIN ib. T-BONE and WING ID. SMOKED, COOKED READY TO SERVE WHOLE, HALF, OR QUARTER HAMS I QUARTER PORK LOIN IN CHOPS SIDE BACON BULK WIENERS SKINLESS SAUSAGE j BURNS I CAMPFiRE EEC I-ID. jf SUCHJ, RJNDLHS MIX OR MATCH-DEL MONTI FANCY Peas Cream Corn 4 Beans 14 fL oz, tins Peas Carrots Kernel Corn 12 ez. Tint TINS YOUR CHOICE VEGETABLE OIL PEANUT BUTTER PINEAPPLE JUICE NEW CROP FANCY GRADE LARGE SIZE NAVEL ORANGES for MclNTOSH APPLES I CABBAGE WAXED TURNIPS CHOCOLATES GROWN CANADA FANCY 12 fL OK, jcr FROZEN DINNERS F ASSIC FLEECY KABOS MINCEMEAT 98 FACIAI TISSUE-ASSORTED COIOBS sconiES- I BEEF TURKEY SALISBURY STEAK McCAIN'S CAKES BANANA, CHOCOU7 1M I 4r NAUEY'S BRAND CANADA NO. 1 CftAOf CAUFOftNJA NfW CANADA NO, 1 GftADE ONT. SftOWN...... 2129 SOFT MARGARINE TUBS Asserted. 8 ex. CAMIKIDOE ASSORTED 2- 1 bpt9s. 2i88 I I I I I II I AssorrED if I! 11 UTTLE DIPPER CAKE MIXES IS vt. wt, pkgs. 3188 UOUIO JAVEX BLEACH 128 Ft OZ. BOTTli 78' I ;