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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta WeatJier fMtikvMl Aftwte F I have long been seeking a uniform; Reports, so far lacking official wage schedule in the three Cana-' confirmation, are that Mr. Justice dian basic steel plants. M. B. Archibald, chairman of the Two of those plants are in On- national board, resign shortly j tario and, wage applications in the to return to the Nova ScotSa bench, j first instance go to the Ontario war The other tw'o members of the labor board with the national board board are George Hodge of Mont- i handling appeals. The other mill real, representing the employers, i is in Nox'a Scotia and first approach and J. A. McClelland of Montreal! there is to the Nova Scotia board, representing the employees. DIRECT CONFLICT PREDICT POLICY CHANGE j The Nova Scolia steelworkeri Revision of the wage control order i average about Sve cents less an is not expected until further study j hour than the workers in the Cn- on his way home missed a warning j is given proposed changes. Recent tarso mills and the national board to avoid Nantes, which the Germans government action has made it ap- recently turned down the union's were bombing. When he arrived there he found it was "getting a hell of a pasting." He pulled into a cloud and flew on. "We had net had any lunch but we parent that the present policy can- latest move for a levelling of the not long be continued. In two rates. Thus, should the commis- current disputes affecting the rubber sioner support the union's cor.ten- and steel industries. s, the federal tion that rates should be uniform j i department has appointed a! there uould be direct conflict be- had on ooarc some particularly tine j commissioner to act with the par- tween two government-appointed Ues to an to reach a se'tle- agencies. inff that ii we were to be shot down i ____. ,__. ing that if we were to be shot down it might as well be on full stomachs, we pulled out the lobsters and had an excellent meal over Nantes to the accompaniment of the bombing blow." That was the unconquerable THE LSPTllAND (Continued on Page Four.) ment. Both disputes are primarily ba.'ed on union demands for increased and shorter hours. Under the present legislation the national war labor board is the final au- The commL-sioner, while facing' the jub of settling an obviously dif- ficult dispute, has the uncomfort- able knowledge that he has not the Snal word and that any settle- ment he may succeed in obtaining NEW THEORY ON DEATH OF COL. ZABOTIN TORONTO. Jusie Telegram today reported a net1.- theory on the disappearance M Colonel Nikolai Zalxjtin. Soviet military attache m Otta- wa and reputed chief of Jhe Ruffian espionage nng in ilu Dominion. TT.e paper said !t learned from a dependable informant that Za- botin was in the back o2 the neck aboard a Soviet ship en route from Baltimore to a r.ortftem Russian port, presum- ably Murmansk. His death was first reported June 5 when it ua.s he died in Moscow of heart failure four days after returning from Can- ada. Hp left Ottawa last De- cember, two months beiore puolic announcement of the espionage discovery. A Moscow announce- ment Feb. 20 said he was beir.g recalled because of the inadrvr.s- sibiluy of the of some thority on these matters snd its may still be turned down by the i j member? of his staff. approval must be obtained before I national boar.i. ized to decide when and if ;o cal: >JASKEE, B KOB ONTARIO BANK OF BIG for a break in relations or WINDSOR. Ont_ June Five armed. whatever action it deenis appropn- ;.._ -r r ate. i Mr. Gro'-nyko said there "ss no i jusiificalion" for the council declin- I ing to take action on Foianc s onginai proposal to break NEW YORK. June j ized to decide when and i: ;o MASKED BANDITS ROB ONTARIO BANK OF BIG SUM delegate Andrei .V Gromyko tooay expressed com- plete disagreement with a_com- promwe plan for the United Nations Security Council to re- fer the Spanish question to the general assembly bat did not at this point invoke his power of j Franco Spain Jisiiaedsatejy- Ycto ACCEPTft The council adjourned until Accepting a United States com- Mondav with the Spanish ques- promise plan. Dr. Herbert _V tvatt; tion still undecided. of Australia, chairman OL ir.e :ty council sub-committee, earlier BITTER ATTACK proposed that the Spanish question Mr. Gromyko's stand against the be referred to the general assembly compromise "plan as as a bitter for its action. attack on the conclusions of the, Dr. Bvatt opened the security KILLS MOVE TO STRIP O.P.X" OF PRICE CONTROL wmch investigated council an anncunce- Spain made it certain that the, ment tha: the sub-committee had deSesates would have to arrive at. approved modifications of its recom- another solution if the Spanish mendalions as suggested by Her- question to be acted on in the schcl V. Johnson, United today held up the branch of the Provincial Bank of Canada at nearby Tecumseh as the bank was about to close at 3 p-m. escaped with between SS.600 and S10.000. Law officers from Detroit, armed with machine guns, and Canadian police. took into custody fonr men and a woman on Peche Island. NAMING OF GASPERI CLAIMED ILLEGAL ACT ROME. June Hurabcr-. u> a made public five hours after his departure Lisbon and exile, to- night charged the Italian government with an illegal act in naming Premier AJc'de dc Gasperi as provisional chief of state while he still was occupying the throne. council or seiit forward to the Mr. Gromyko the conclusions of the couricii's sub-committee "un- fortunately cannot constitute a basis for unanimous cecision" on the Spanish question. I The sub-commutes had recoro- i mended that the general assembly I call upon the United Nations to break relations with Spain if Franco stili Is in power in Sep- i tember Under the compromise i plan favored by the majority, the I general assembly would be author- States delegate. The sub-comir.iltes had recom- mended that the srneral call upon the United Nations for a complete break with Franco if he still is in power in September. The United States modification, would allow the genera! assembly, to take "such as it "deems! WASHINGTON. June Vnited States senate to- day killed a proposal to strip the Office of Price Administration im- mediately of almost all its price controls except those over rents and minerals. THREAT REVEALED TO ARM PALESTINE ARABS BLL'DXN, Sjria, June Arab League today for- mally announced a 10-point program on Palestine, and other secret had been adopted. One of the secret provisions reported reliably to be threat to. arm Palestine's Arabs unless Britain disarms the Jews. appropriate under the circumstances, U.S. ROLLED OATs INDUSTRY FACES SHUTDOWN at the time." CHICAGO. June complete shutdown of the United This would leave way open states rolled oats industry in about two weeks was predicted today if 'de- i manufacturers are" able to obtain larjter quanUties of oats. mni-o mnrt'orato Vnursp I The industry Droduccs cereaiS and by-product feeds. for matic cided upon a more moderate course. 1 NEWSPAPER! ;