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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta The bthlnidcjc Herald VOL. LXVI No. 24 LETHBK1DGE. ALBERTA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9. 1973 PRICE: TEN CENTS THREE SECTION 32 PAGES Postmen split r up to on waqe issue OTTA'VA 'C? bv E-i "ur.eri OTTAWA (CP) Prelimi- nary resulLs of voUDg by postal worker across Canada indices mixed feelings toward con- ciliation board proposals Lhat would give wage increases of 6-5 ctnts EJI hour over a contract eiiding Dec. 31. 197J. The national negotiating com- rcittee of the Council of Postal Unions iCPUi had urged their ".MO mc-rnbers to vote EgaL-.it the board's But as partial vote resui1? Tvere made tO70wn today, it apparent that many Twsui workers across Canada the s-jgErestion of the national commir.ee. Complete results are to be re- lessed later today. The split vote arr.on; tre pascal clerks and carriers voting previously had been re- flected in the 6 to among the Defotiaiiig mittee. The majority of the eommiree decided in December to urge rejection of the con- ciliation proposals. As voting ended Monday nir-t across Canada, lord turnouts to the polls varied vridely, rented heavy voting, while others said only 40 to 5r' per cent of membership turned out. REGIONAL VOTE In Vancouver, postal workers voted W9 to 459 in favor of ac- cepting the conciliation board recommendations. Piepcrl? from Toronto in- dicated that member? of ir.e largest national locals also were favoring acceptance of the ma- jority report of the conciliation board as a basis for carriers voted 5 to I for acceplanc-e. while t'ne nsrrin was reported to be g-faicr among inside workers. Winnipeg postal Corkers re- ported a vote -4 to 1 for the board's recommendations. In Montreal. ?4 per rcr.i c! W'O inside pas-'al worttcrs who voted, chose to go agaiiist era negotiating committee recom- mendation and rejected the con- ciliation proposals. TneL- local has 4.CM mem-berf. Inside workers in Ca'gsry voted SI per cent is favor of the board proposal. Postal employees in other cities were bsckin" the nego- tiating committee. ricyri. re- ported The r.tL-rbe- viih 524.002 jobless L-. ber 530.000 ir; The hbor usu- crease, th? bureau ber "id J.C5" IT. L'frr-enber L- So the ren-e- ferned 6.5 per of the iibor REFLECTS SLOWDOWN The ad- the lirures such as the ui-iiiv silver POLICE SURROUND eez ci --s-o Miicry cfier-ccr. snipers bi.. icing. r. iefs-than- Canada Hotel sniper gets away Jin T.I PER CENT 15 FITILE he ts ihir. one :here couid l--s-orcy D They ro ore and aii but a doz.ec ber Nrvfmber. :e for 21 over, nnirine hoilror.rr Visitors to lelr.bricge rer-e--ber the city cs n-jch-o- even r-c-e- by the Canadian Pacific brida cs by the wind. photographer Welter Ksrler used o feieprctc lens 70 c-ptL-.-s f.-is shct o: the bria'ae V.ITH 'he city in the bcc'sg-a.-.'rd. in at a erst cf 51.5 the b-icge is 3'J Peace teams cool PARIS f.YF" Henry Ktssi.-.- cer conferred vri-.h Le D-JC Tr.o for six hours today ir. tine rrd session of Their Vietnam EMDEN'CE nTED -JM-- of -o o- -ore was base; cr. "sorr.f'1 progress at KEG10N5 VAF.V BERNARD v; A N G Damaged flight recorder? r_' pl ane cra sh probe the ccck- ;r. 3 Dro2CC25t been sisr. aisDiite vi ?Ct o: i1- ''ir. iirn -'-r.-.-rt ceen oncj head 4 An s Hc_s s ,1 Yc. B.-'-a'c Sccre- APT .15 15 l''. rv- f -1-- o to S above. v J hiah resmnc VANCOHKR C? :i'? -f 1 '_-. rrins on North o: c cmerced 5-v.lLnc ;N- Lone- 'i'e.crti 0; '''C rmrkoo cii-.trast j r-in; pxrressionf wi-er, :hc r-egsn. Kifsincer .-'.-o h'oi' n'ire.rfd a WM strr'e n-.vsrd priens he '.of; a i Tr.llIU-'iilv s h ..n i1 .s i.L- t r" tu'ii y c r f-r f'l" V. v. cro t "f oi I i I C, (v f mulls 'V, V v -v-V-'-..-' Tie -j] v -1 oo .innounctvi S'-f- v s TP1o 'i ;s' v. ;-v- u-11- iinvl-.np Sivrirc Mr Meanwhile. Ptvnvor r a m hnvo F--J i-o'fivko ft- ;.vk- Van of No-ih Ti-o .t B C. l.vc-iVr-orr.en ,ird Iwic'itp.-fd iVr Iv.s rMir.iry r.s o w.ivk 1-y li.iwi aci-usrti N -1--''''11 v': l1'V! .--'-'-V 1 l M j-A f. _ -v v1'.. n' u; l u i .ir.d iV 1 "S H-> "r.v.M-l i ri I'or.un.ir.s 1 .S. i.-r. ran.ui.i io l.iKC pav; vi a loss Kinibins of aini Nor Say ii rwwnjev] lo l-i confidence tore; cloudy, light is locally (reo to .--tnkc nt peace on Iho (line ;