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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta The war for nothing OTTAWA Two weeks of war on Cyprus have meant tragedy for thousands on the but seem to carry little importance beyond that. Diplomatic sources here suggested Wednesday that the war between Greek and Turkish forces in Cyprus has held virtually no danger of spreading from the Mediterranean and posed no peril to the British air base that con- stitutes NATO's presence there. The possibility of a mainland border war between Greece and Turkey appears to have been minimized by the reinstallation of a civilian government in Athens. But officials say that even a border war would have at a political split within the North Atlantic Treaty probably not mili- tary involvement. In Cyprus both Turkish and Greek sides are firm supporters of so the war offered little chance of a change in the balance of power in the western sources said. The prospect feared most in such local wars is entanglement of the United States and the Soviet Union in a head-to-head conflict. But officials in the external affairs department offered two reasons why that was unlikely in the Cypriot case. the Soviets are believed to have limited their objectives to main- taining a Cypriot government neutral in East-West disputes. The Soviets supported Turkey only to help Cypriots loyal to exiled president Makarios regain control of the these sources and their interest in a split between two NATO members was not great enough to risk a global confrontation. Washington and London were active in both Turkey and Greece to en- sure the Cyprus conflict would not get out of hand. Officials would not draw any connec- tion between U.S. influence in Greek politics and the removal of the military government that apparently launched the overthrow of President Makarios last week. Railway unions refuse to bend on job scheme B.C. may move welfare people VICTORIA The arovincial government is a policy of forcing welfare recipients who live in areas of high unemployment to move to regions where ihere is a shortage of Human Resources Minister Vorman Levi said Wednesday. He made the announcement in a television interview when isked his reaction to two British Columbia nunicipalities who recently took about 90 single and able- bodied persons off the welfare rolls Mr. Levi said he would clarify the policy in the fall but outlined how it might work. think that we're going to have to prescribe certain areas in terms of low employability and say to you stay in this area you have a limited amount of possibility to get welfare and then you must move on to an area where there s employment. He told three reporters on the BCTV program Capital taped for broadcast Sunday that business of moving people from where they prefer to live to areas where there's a shortage of employment that's one of the things were going to have to OTTAWA A lawyer representing non-operating railways unions has rejected a suggestion of compromise that would permit some cross- ing of union lines to preserve jobs for senior railway workers whose jobs might otherwise disappear. Maurice legal counsel for the associated non-operating told Mr. Justice Emmett Hall at an ar- bitration hearing Wednesday it is to think the unions will accept the idea. Mr. Justice Hall asked whether there might be limited crossing of union grouping certain employees whose jobs were similar to those of other workers in other unions. Mr. Wright said the idea would be desirable an ulti- mate but would be right The National Railways and CP say there must be some relaxation of barriers preventing railway workers from taking jobs outside their regions and sometimes their seniority groupings if a job-security plan offered by the companies is to be feasible. The unions maintain that such changes are not only un- acceptable but unnecessary. Mr. Wright said there were not enough layoffs occurring within the railways to require a system whereby senior workers whose jobs are eliminated can be kept at work by accepting jobs out- side their own group. The railways' proposal would protect employees with eight years' seniority if their jobs are eliminated. In the event of a long-term such workers could transfer to any other job they qualify even if the transfer was into another union jurisdiction. They would keep their seniority. If no such job was they would get layoff benefits including 80 per cent of their salary. Mr. Wright said the railways seem to be trying to give Mr. Justice ap- pointed arbitrator after Parliament ended last year's national rail the im- pression that seniority lists are from which employees have no ready means of There are more than non-operating seniority but union questioned by Mr. said there already is much movement between the lists within each union All steel CGIQH F'n.'cn corao tiedowns around bo- fo secure loads I U CURB WEIGHT 2 555 GVW PAYLOAD CAPACITY '0 FUEL TANK CAPACITY I'- FRAME jui HEADLIGHTS r TRANSMISSION F i REAR AXLE ryni llcnli'.u ill iiiw 1 I 1 1 FRONT SUSPENSION mi .11 I'l in I IV REAR SUSPENSION SLmi c k c .1 u IK int. INTERIOR Fullwidih boncii seat upholwed Padded criri revs on bo'ii door INSTRUMENT PANEL odded panel iealurcs rea a Cl'oncc nmmple' fuel nc1 qauge i'iari Me liqhter inside f o.' le i ord lor I ti' en1 BRAKE SYSTEM HONT 1 -h nti evjx'ndinn THIS IS UJHBT TOUGH LITTLE TRUCKS MAZDA Pro Motors Ltd. Snufh MYSTERY SALE PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY LIMITED QUANTITIES JULY ONLY ON ITEMS LISTED a.m. 9 p.m. ONE 10 SPEED BICYCLE Reg. 99.99 MYSTERY SALE ONE 9x12 RUG Reg. 74.97 MYSTERY SALE ONE Rey. 17.97 MYSTERY SALE ONE CAMPER TENT Reg. 59.88 MYSTERY SALE ONE 7 PIECE COOKWARE SET Reg. 39.88 MYSTERY SALE ONE FLIGHT BAG Reg. 24.00 MYSTERY SALE ONE CAMP COT Reg. Price 15.96 MYSTERY SALE ONE GAS LAWN MOWER Reg. 79.96 MYSTERY SALE ONE 2 SPEED FAN Reg. 21.99 MYSTERY SALE ONE COLEMAN COOLER Reg. 23.96 MYSTERY SALE ONE STEAM-DRY IRON Reg. 16.66 MYSTERY SALE ONE 20 PC. DINNERWARE SET Reg 29.96 MYSTERY SALE 5 ONE PROPANE STOVE LANTERN Reg. 79.88 MYSTERY SALE ONE REDWOOD LOUNGER Reg. 54.96 MYSTERY SALE These are regular merchandise items. They will be on display throughout the store but not neces- sarily in their department. These items will be signed with a Mystery sign and the customer must bring this sign to the cashier in order to qualify for the special prices. Remember these items are not hidden and you only need to bring the sign to the cashier RED HOT Thurs. night 6 p.m. 9 p.m. all day Fri. and Sat. EVERY Half hour 15 MINUTE SPECIALS Throughout these days we will be featuring great savings in every department. Just watch for the flashing red light which will be located by the sale merchandise. These items will be reduced up to off regular selling value and will be on sale for 15 minutes only or while quantities last. FIRST COME FIRST SERVED 3 Convenient credit plans available one to suit your budget 77 Zellers County Fair Located In Zellert Shopping Centre on MayoTMagrath Drive. Open Daily a.m. to 6 Thursday and Friday a.m. fo 9 n.m. 328.8171 ;