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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 'HE IETHSSIDGE HERALD Thur 1972 Postal ivorkers ready for walkout CALGAKV Postal .wkers in the city arc ready to halt work before union men- tj -s across Ire country vote .Jan. 3 on a conciliatiun-boaid- recommended contract settle- ment. Local jTiC-rnhership tense and ready to walkout anytime, local president Alex Clarke of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers said today. "vrnen we come in in the morning, they don't say "good they say 'v.hen do e go out1." "They're confuted, disappoint- ed and fed up their nation- negotiating team. The e.xecy- ve canr.ot give the rrjernber- nip any direction, because the executive has no information. "And we are neither going to recommend to accept nor re- ject 'the conciliation reports Ship launched PORTSMOUTH. England 'API Tne Royal Navy's most powerful missile firing de- HMS Bristol, handed over to her crew to- day at this naval base. until v.c have all the i.ifwma-' lion necessary. "Then we v.ill do v.-hat feel is right, not what the ne- gotiating tr-arn '.vjf.U us to do." Mr. Clarke said local man- aijcmer.t is "thfi to whether stay in until the vote." "Tne management functions v.ill immediately cause a walkout.'1 Tne problem v.ill likely occur Christmas supervisors, to deal vnth added staff during the Christmas rush, he said. I'ni'.n voted against volun'.ec-rirg for such positions, but a fev; took the job "As soon they start telling the numbers v.-haf to do, they'll fce quite put o-jt." hut they have kept so fsr a lov.- profile Mr. Clarke said disgust with the negotiators results from re- 1 ports the entire union negotia- ting team was found last week "having a party with the big brass." including the deputy postmaster. Six members of the union ne- gotiating team recommended rejection of the conciliation re- port, v.tjich sugse-sted an in- crease of Tre givern.T.er.t thi-i Social -iid here, the ity of to arj-.o'jr.ced it c'jt the 1S7S- ter Li the former Social Credit chosen administration of Aiherta, ties hy .'0 per to in the cijr- SIMPSONS bears Holiday Gown Clearance Regular Price Fl-jfd, favcinaHr.'j, tncr.ar.Tmg! Tho tlunnirg long that cover alrric.it ony holiday hoppcnfng la the lot-eir slyle. Jr., and Keif tizei. AJso Palazzio Reg. .99 Ladiet' Open from 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. through Sot., Dee 23. Village Mall, Phono 328-9231 ;