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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta _ THt LHHGRIDGE HERALD Tuuiday, 13, 1972 DEVELOPMENT PROPOSED A cfeveloe Avenue and Main Slreel lias been unveil- ed by Trizec Corp. Ltd. of Montreal, This drawing shows the company's for Winnipeg's downtown corner of Portagpmenf valued at million lo million proposals which are under consideration now by city council. Labor scene tense VANCOUVER (CP) A cloud of tension hung over the already-troubled British Colum- bia labor scene today after the International Woodworkers of America, with members, served 72-hour strike notice on the province's prime industry. The union issued strike notice Monday against 115 coast forest than 54 hours Ixifore their present agreement expires at midnight Wednesday night. But IWA Regional President Jack Moore still held out hope for a negotiated selllement as talks continued today alter day- long meetings Monday. "What we want is an agree- he said Monday night, we don't want to just drift Into a strike, if it comes to that. "Strike notice is a formality, but we pretty well had to serve it-" ORDER SIGNED Meanwhile, the B.C. govern- ment's edict that work must re- sume at 8 a.m. Wednesday in the protracted construction in dustry dispule affecling about tradesmen, was con- firmed Monday as Lt.-Gov. John Nicholson signed a cabinet order making it official. The order, passed earlier at a epecial cabinet meeting in Westminster where several min- isters were hit by placards wielded by demonstrating con- struction workers, means the men must return to work Wednesday and Ihe Construc- tion Labor Relalions Association must lift its lockout imposed April 28. And the entire dispute will be placed before the B.C. media- tion of or- ganized labor's bind- ing settlement. Show trial TEL AVIV (AP) -Israeli au- thorities are reported preparing a show trial for Kozo Okamoto, the surviving member of Ihe Japanese trio v.lm singed (lie masacrc at Tc! Aviv airport for a Palestine guerilla group. Newspapers said the army was looking for a large hall for the trial because it expects a large crowd of foreign corre- spondents. A military trial is expected. Police sources said question- ing of Okamoto has been com- pleted and bis trial will start soon. He End his two compan- ions killed 24 persons and wounded If, others shortly after their arrival from Rome 12 days ago. The other two attackers died during the massacre. WHY REMEDIES LONDON (CP) An exhibi- tion of ancient remedies for curing the sick has been launched by the usually aus- tere British Medical Associa- tion. Based on old wives' tales ore cure on display is a remedy for a sore throat- apply a roast potato to the head and tic a left stocking loosely round the throat. The remedies are illustrated by paintings and sketches. Negotiations between the the pattern for another and Forest Industrial members in the southern bargaining agent for the where the agreemenl try, have been liaunted by July 1. walkout that began in to the economic pall by 800 f by the construction dis- The falters, who have and the precarious foresl tionally fcled and bucked situation is the stench ber on a piece-work basis, tons ol rotting garbage in a standardized pricing Greater Vancouver municipalities, where more than workers have been on The situation on ihe coast for more than six weeks. Canada boom in OTTAWA (CP) Canada best customer last month, perienced an export boom -shipments there rising lo month, with shipments to million, up 59. 5 per cent countries rising 21.6 per cent million in Way, 1S71. S1.89 billion from billion to the Europea Com- May last Market were up per They brought the at million, from total of exports for the first months of this year to the five-monlh cumulative lion, up 10.5 per cent from however, the West billion a year France, Italy, Bel- There was a 21.5-per-cent boost in shipments last month to the most important market, tho U.S., rising to billion Netherlands and the third largest market, though sales were down 7.5 per cent this year to billion in May, 1971. from million. ports for five months were on the preliminary 15.8 per cent at billion compared with for the month, Statistics Canada said continued strong Exports to the United demand for Canadian com- dom rose 25.9 per cent to million last month, from was supplemented by improvement in overseas mar- million a year earlier- But After running below 1971 ports to (he U.K. for the for four months, ship- five months of 1OT2 were to Japan and Latin million, clown 5.4 per cent from million last improved slightly. When adjusted to take out the Japan was again of Ihe winter slow-down export shipments and the spring boom, the bureau Deaths last month's exports ran at monthly rate of billion, By TUP: CANADIAN highest in at least eight Jack Guest, 6C, ner of the Diamond Sculls at the 1930 Henley Royal North American continental representative to the graiilors tional Rowing Federation; cancer. j VANCOUVER (CPt Earl Realty, 67. Consumer Counci of Ihe First World War it easier for individuals hero and chairman of Home declare bankruptcy in order of better control finance com- Melbourne Brian Denny, and other credit agen- Australian Olympic electrocuted while working a report made public here an electrical council suggests that those Roonvillc, Edmund extend credit should as- son, 77, critic and leading more of the risks. on U.S. literary scene lor grantors should no last half century; of a heart "hold the debtor respon- for the easy extension of Walter granted or accepted un- Bond, 89, who served in the pressure of advertising Goer War as a teenager the report later saw the early days flight in Canada as a council's report, prepar- of the Royal Flying Corp in at Ihe request of former First World affairs minister Ron Carmcl, Saul recognizes that imple- Alinsky, 61, often of its recommenda- sociologist and civil rights would lead lo a greatly number of individual Orange. Calif H a r o 1 in Canada. Last (Lefty) Phillips, 53, there were persona Angels' second manager and the report being fired after last the number would in- after suffering a seizure. to as many as Charlofletown-Wilfrcd council spokesman said lie 65, a past president of the Navy League of Canada, after a brief draft legislation based on Ihe report could be prepared this year. Post office goes modern with new colors on trucks OTTAWA (CP) The fed- eral post office.1 luis abandoned its fire-truck ]ook at'.d yone incd. Bui not all the way. The gold lettering on the sides of (lie first of trucks, unveiled Monday in by Postmaster-fjeneral c a n- i Pierre Cole. reads Royal i Mail. j One postal worker ex- pressed might have been i tlie initial thought ot many i when the wraps were rotted j off the first new truck. j "This will sure make Diet I a reference to former prime minister John Diefcn- baker who has staunchly championed the cause of the monarchy in Canadian life. The traditional red of post office vans will he gradually replaced by a four-color de- sign to match the assured-de- livery mail boxes now in use. The bottom third of Hie trucks are painted red; tlie upper two-thirds white. De- twecn ttie two colors runs a vinyl band with racing stripes of light blue, white and dark blue. Mr. Cote said ttiat the new look will help communicate an image of efficiency which the post office has been working lo achieve. By the end of 1372 more then 700 new have been ordered from Tord, Gen- eral Motors, Chrysler and In- ternational be displaying the new look. 4 Ply Nylon Supertred '78 GUARANTEED THREE WAYS 1. Every Alfslate passenger {its is Guar- an >ed against ALL lira tzilwss (cMhe life ol ihe lie of ihe cause of failure on Uaad tisrd, pro-iated Egainilcuif p'ice. 2. N, 'ail pui 2 lixed at r charge, 3. 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