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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, February 14, 1973 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD - 13 Bird group formed TORONTO (CP) -rlt's for the Birds. That was the name a group of 100 Toronto senior citizens selected for a project they were planning to ensure birds in the area didn't go hungry. Then, they applied for a grant under the federal government's New Horizon program. The government approved of the program, but with one stipulatio?M;he group had to find a new name. Harold Campbell, spokesman for the group and a 77? year-old retired management consultant, said Monday officials suggested the name be changed to something like Ecological Education. The feeling was that a few eyebrows might be raised in Parliament if a grant was approved for a project called It's for the Birds. So the program official is called Ecological Education, although Mr. Campbell and his group privately refer to it as It's for the Birds. The project, still in the organizational stage, would involve distributing containers to homes and apartments in Toronto. Residents would fill them with food scraps. Once a week the containers would be picked up, some bird seed added, and then they would be distributed to bird feeding stations in the Toronto area. Progress made in wage talks EDMONTON (CP) - The Civil Service Association of Alberta said today there has been a major breakthrough in its contract negotiations with the provincial government. Bill Broad, president of the 23,000 - member association, said in a prepared statement that government negcitiaibors have taken "a more responsible attitude" in negotiations for more than 17,000 general service employees. "This change in position and attitude indicates that the government negotiators have acquired a more realistic grasp of the situation, and to us, this Is a major breakthrough." Mr. Broad said there has been significant movement in the professional and regulatory divisions, which include correctional and forest officers. The government had also adopted a more realistic position for the general service division, which includes people such as caretakers, gardeners and equipment operators. "There has also been a positive change in the government's offer to the technical division, but insufficient to satisfy that important group of government employees." The government had not made an offer for the educational divisions, which include teachers and instructors employed in different government departments. "However, while there has been progress in some areas, there are others where much bargaining must still be done/' These included the administrative - clerical division, which includes-employees in treasury branches, and the trades division. "Tradesmen are still distrub-ed over the arbitrary action of the government last October to reclassify them, resulting in their wages being frozen at the end of last December," Mr, Broad said. The contract between the as sedation and the government expired at the end of December. Negotiations have been going on since mid-October. 83,000 persons in armed forces OTTAWA (CP) - As of last Dec. 31, there were 83,048 persons in the Canadian Armed Forces and they included 1,810 females, Defence Minister James Richardson told the Commons. In a written reply to questions from Reg Stackhouse (PC - Scaa-boraugh East), Mr. Richardson said there were 110 with the rank of brigadier-general and above, 15,186 officers of lower rank, 52,961 non-commissioned officers and W.791 privates. WOOLCO HAIR SPRAY 16-oz. Regular or Extra Hold. A quality Your pro-duct. Choice WOOLCO TOOTHPASTE The antircavity fluoride toothpaste. Family size. 100 ML Each .. WOOLCO DEODORANT 8-oz. 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