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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Jfi Iht ItTHBRIDGE HERAlt) fridoy, DNimlwf 10. 177! BELT CARRIES GRAIN A conveyor bell carries the first load of grain ever lo be loaded dircc'ly from a train to a wailing ship at the North Vancouver port. The hip Mori Chondris. cf Greece, took on about bushels of large No. 1 rn wheat for China. II. yrain was previously cleaned and dried cl Ihe snipping ,-.t be- for'' loodinn Post office criticized cancer evidence in ciiSiirclJc rhfini M ve rrporl rrl rvj- nrnee a potent ing agent is formed by the burn- ing nf tobacco in a popular- brand non-filter cigarette-, the American Chemical Sue i ely says. Oicmists Jnhn and Dr. Donald E. Johnson identified the chemical ns dime- IhylniLrosamine. or DMN. Their findings reported in Ihe current issue nf Chemical and Engineerings News, p. society publication. The chemists d '.scribed their as "Ihe first hard denee" that DMX formed by the process cf bummc certain types of tobacco. They said the existence of the chemical in to- haceo smoke has been debated for some time The chemists said tobacco used for chewing or snuff "presents no problem as far as this particular compound is con- cerned." Their tests, conducted at the Southwest Re-search Institute, San Antonio. Tex., did not con- cern the existence of DM.V in filter cigarettes, cigars and pipe tobacco. They plan further re- search in those areas, the soci- ety reported. The chemist.1; did nol identify brands of cigarette1; studied. The "3-pape report, commis-' 1 sioned by the union and re-: leased today, .says "the of-1 i [ice deporinienl has failed lo. I live up to its obligations, Uuli in i i spirit, and in the legal obiiga- i tions it agreed to as set forth in i the with the i letter carriers, ''For the government to break an agreement is a large step to-; wards the destruction of the system of collective i and industrial relations which' boon painstakingly dcvel-! r.ped in l.hi? country.'' TV report i.s called "An ap- prnKn! cf altitudes srr de- n vitri! public Forvi'T." I Prof VF.nderherj: himself in the: preface ;is "an impartial academic who has i had. no previous connection with cither of the two parties." i Prof. Vanrierbcrg told a nev.-s conference that tlie union also 1 bears responsibility for defects i I in the collective agreement. i The report attacks three cific issues now facing the union 1 and the post office. It says the i issues have been responsible for; a recent series of stop- j pages in Ontario. j DON'T CONSULT The post office was criticized for "failure to inaugurate con-, sull.ations" with the union on the use of non union casual labor to replace absent letter carriers. This mijilit be "a i costly mistake for all parlies concerned, including the pub- The union workers were gro'> ling ''extremely dissatisfied" i with Uie hiring of non-union let-; ier carriers and this would re-, I suit in a deterioration of union i workers' efficiency. i 1 "Additionally because of the decrease in communications, 1 the risk of minor grievances not being recognized, and with it, the possibility of industrial dn- pules increasing, becomes more probable." The report questions post of- fice wisdom in deciding to elim- inate the position of supervisory letter senior union- member position responsible for some supervisory work and for assuming duties absent work- ers. Prof. Yanderberg challenged (he post office policy of reduced mail delivery, including curtail- ment of .service to shopping centres and elimination of door- to-door delivery in large apart- ment buildings. He said thr post office could accomplish it> aim of saving money more efficiently by re- visinp managerial practices rfs'hrr than by reducing opera- lions. SI I' rc-elecls Itecl McLaughlin MONTREAL fCP) 'Hie Seafarers Union confirmed today (be election of (Red> McLaughfin to his third consecutive three-year term as head of tlie ber union. A union spokesman said a general meeting of some 300 .seafarers accepted the election reailt. which confirmed Mr. McLaughlin's victory over Wil- liam Glasgow. Tabulated results of the vote will be released later. Voting zcross Canada began Oct. 1 ami ended N'ov. 15. A taliy committee of SIU mem- bers from Canadian cities was chosen by Nov. 21 and the vote count was completed this week. WANT PILL FREE ROME (Reuter) A Social- ist member of the Italian Sen- ale Wednesday introduced a draft law which would allow Italians to claim the pill or oth- er contraceptive devices free through the national health in- surance svstem. II GIVE A "FITTING" FAMILY GIFT The Entire Family will enjoy the modern facilities of the T Pool 0 Gym Judo Gym 9 Weight Room Handball Courts 9 Club Rooms 9 Lobby H> Ski Club New Year's Fun Program Holiday Tournaments O Casual Swimming HANG A FAMILY Y MEMBERSHIP ON THE TREE THIS YEAR AVAILABLE QUARTERLY HALF YEARLY OR ANNUALLY For Inquiries Call In or Phone tho 'Y' at 328-7771 "A Friendly Atmosphere for the Whole Family" B SIMPSONS-SEARS Record All the Happy Moments This Christmas Petri Colour 35 Regular 69.98 Mini Compact fdl frame 35 mm camera has built In exposure meter. Bright frame viewer lets you take the clearest pictures ever. 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