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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Building industry, unions told to settle differences PRINCE GEORGE, B.C. (CI1) Labor Minister James Chabot Wwlncsday told the Bri- tish Columljia conslruction in- dustry and ils IB building trades unions to get moving on settlement of contract differ- i lion board proposal would allow MARQUIS HOTEL BEVERAGE ROOM PRESENTS "No. 2 North" THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY ences by June 7 or face gov- ernment-ordered binding arbi- tration. Mr. Chabot delivered his ul- timatum in a telegram from this Central B.C. city to the Construction Labor Relations Association which bargains for "Unless they indicate to me by noon, June 7 that they are prepared to sign a collective agreement or accept my pro- posal, I will have no alterna- tive but to refer the dispute to mediation for binding settle- Mr. Chabot said in an interview. Mr. Cliabot said his arbitra- ATLAS OONQiW ATL STANDARD great value far the budget conscious driver 4 ply nylon conslruction good performance at an economy price 775-14 825-14 ATLAS GRPSAFE an outstanding value for the economy driver lower profile for improved stability and cornering wider tread for better grip available in blackwail 600-13 650-13 700-13 590-14 C7S-H 560-15 19.95 19.95 19.95 19.95 19.95 22.95 22.95 22.95 22.95 22.95 22.95 E78-14 F78-14 E78-15 21.95 21.05 li.SS 24.95 24.95 G73-14 H73-14 G7S-15 HIS 25.95 25.95 28.95 23.96 28.95 THE GREAT ATLAS TIRE SALE. SAVE AS MUCH AS PER TIRE If you are a more demanding driver looking for extra performance, take advantage of the big savings offered on 4 other Atlas tire lines, now on sale at participating Esso dealers. Prices for belted tires start as low as (maximum price for MK. 11 IUBOiilidEiJ JWK. IV Each Atlas Jfrt hat our Oil guorantM. the unions and the association lo pick tlieir own board chair- man, bul if they were unable to do this, one would be chosen for The altemalive to the board or ratification of a new collec- tive agreement, said Mr. Cha- bot, is referral of the dispute to the controversial B.C. mediation commision which is empow- ered by the government to order the terms of a contract The dispute, he added, Is "having a very serious efecl on the construction Industry ami there is the posibilily of a fai: shortage of school and hospital space if it is allowed to con- The CLRA claims its lockoul has halted work on about million worth of construction Ths asociation invoked the lockout after a wave of selective strikes by the building trades against individual contractors. HELD 44 AGREEMENTS The unions held 44 separate collective agreements with the CLRA, all of which expired March 31. Union negotiators haved emanded wage increases ranging between 16.8 and 34.4 per cent on base rates that go from to ?6.45 hourly for skilled tradesmen. The CLRA, in its last area of settlement" offer, proposed an increase that averaged 6.5 per cent for all union members. Talks have been held sporadi- cally since the lockout began, but no progrcs has been re- Union and CLRA spokesmen in Vancouver had no immediate reaction to Mr. Chabot's ultima- tum. "ROBERTS and AKA1'' Profesilonal Recorders and Stereo Components Available at JACK'S RADIO T.V. SALES SERVICE 302 St. N. rhont MARQUIS CABARET (GRENADIER ROOM) prejents "ACES HIGH" DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY THURSDAY NO COVER CHARGE FRIDAY NO COVER CHARGE FOR LADIES p.m. lo a.m. FULLY LICENSED Thursday, Juno 1972 THE LETHBXIDGE HERALD 7 Passport Photos Candid Waddings Picture Framing Photo A. E. CROSS STUDIO ttnnn 3le-0in 710 3rd S. Phono 328-O25J Death toll rises 111 fair mishap LONDON