Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
2 _ THE 11THBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, Strike backed again VANCOUVER (CP) Out- Bide civic workers in Van- couver and suburban Delta vot- ed Tuesday to continue five-week strike. In Vancouver, members, of Local 1004 or the Canadian Un- ion ol Public Employees voted Gll-to-104 in support their un ion executive and negotiating committee, which had recom mended rejection of a B.C Mediation Commission propos a! of a 15 per cent wage increase over two years. In Delta, Cupe local 454 votec 106-to-12 on a similar ballot. Other votes are to be hellita Clough and brothers, ike and John Moostoos of urgeon Lake, 20 miles north-est of Valleyview, were being eated for shock in hospital, They survived when the as ttiey set, neis on e first day of the 1972 com-ercial fishing season. Mrs. ,ough was the only occupant the boat wearing a life me nest i u i a 1 1 e u th where, if all the auto-03 13" 415 Of this to Manitoba, to Saskatchewan, to Al-jerta, and to British Columbia. Mr. Olson's department commented that not all applications 1 lave yet been finalized and that there could still be funds for distribution to Western farmers. In answer to other LIFT-re-lated questions posed by Mr. Mazankowski, Mr. Olson's department reported that some producers received overpayments from their applications. Major reasons for overpayments were that corrections in acreage estimates were necessary following aerial surveys and "on the farm" inspections. Also, many producers who originally seeded cover crops on summerfallow and nurse crops with perennial forage changed their plans and harvested the cover and nurse crops. However, no legal action has yet been taken to recover any of the overpayments. As of last month, some overpayments totalling were still outstanding and up for collection. The total amount of money so far distributed under LIFT and spent on administrative costs is 0 f this amount, 3 went on fined WINNIPEG (CP) Two plane turns up LAC LA RONGE, Sask. (CP) float-equipped Stinson aircraft landed here Tuesda night, its pilot unaware he wa the object of a search by a Armed Forces rescue aircraf The Armed Forces Rescue Co-ordination Centre In Edmonton started the search alter ;he aircraft and its pilot, Don Cheater of Lac La Ronge, were reported overdue on a weekend flight. The Stinson, without a radio and filing no flight plan, left Lac La Honge Friday on a 90-mile flight to Canyon Lake tver to unindicted co-conspira ors in the United States, the in lictment charged. Instead of handing the mone o the ostensible creditor, the in lictment said, the funds deriver. rom the gambling debt wer urned over to Lansky and Ce ini in cash. It was estimated that from November, 1967, to mid-May 1968, the two men receive 10 p.m.) WiMborsse, 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.