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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta New labor union formed QUEBEC (CP) The prov- ince's nowest labor federation Centrale dcs Syndicats came into being here and its presi- dent promised, the new labor Pattern SWING happily into a new season in a swirl of pleats be neath long curved seams tha' carve a leaner, longer-waistcd midriff. Send now! Printed Patlern 4975: NEW Half Sizes 10W, 16V4 18te, Size 14 (bust 37 takes 5Ya yards 39-inch. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS (75 cents) in coins (no stamps please) for each pattern adc 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and specia handling. Send order to ANNE ADAMS, ANNE ADAMS, 60 Front St. W., Toronto Print plainly PATTERN NUM BER, YOUR NAME AND AD DRESS, and the name of th Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT send it to The Herali' FREE Spring Fashion Offe Choose one pattern free froi new Spring Summer Catalog All sizes! Send 50c INSTANT SEWING BOOK cut, fit, sew modern way. NSTANT FASHION BOOK what-tc- wear answers. ody will work for Quebec work- rs and society. Puul-Emile Dalpe was elected resident of the newly-formed ederation. Mi-. Dalpc, along with acques Dion and Amcdce Dai- le, broke with the Confedera- lon of National Trade Unions they served on the five- nan executive commillee. They Here expelled after announcing ilans t'i form the new group. Mr. Dion was named treas- irer of the new congress and >Ir. Daigle the service co-ordi- lalor, both by acclamation, 'hey held the same posts with he CNTU. Mr. Dalpe was the CNTU's vice-president. Delegates chose Jean-Paul Ictu, former CNTU education ervices director, as vice-presi- Pattern Bare your midriff under sun or stars in Ihis flirty trio. Whip up skirt, top shorts in crisp cotton, adi easy tulip applique, embroi dery. Pat. 7276: two motifs printed pattern misses' size- 10-12; 14-16. Slate size. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS fo each pattern cash, chequ or money order- Add 15 cent for each pattern for first-clas mailing and special handlin to Alice Brooks, care of THE LETHBRIDGB HERAiJD Readers Mail Limited GO Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario ent of the new body while Real abello was named secretary. The terms are for one year. ?ew elections will be held when icir mandates end and all nion members will vote irough secret ballots for their eaders. EFT CNTU The organization was formed y ex-members of the CNTU lienated by that body's deeper nvolvcmcnt in political action. Mr. Dalpe, Mr. Daigle and Ir. Dion decided to form the rorp because of their inability o prevent the CNTU from be- oming more deeply involved in jolitics. They have also said ordinary union members are powerless ithin the CNTU, that it has vasted workers' money and has wovided insufficient services. Mr. Dion said that he counted >n membership of at least )y the end of June and at least sO.OOO by June, W3. He told a news conference he vas basing congress finances or the balance of the fisca] 'ear on an expenditure if million and an income of million. 'AYMENTS SET Members of unions be- ong to the congress will pay a month towards adminis- tration services and an addi .ional a month towards congress defence funds. Those earning less than a week will pay a monlh towards administration costs. The congress will be based on autonomous union locals. Eacl will name delegates to a ple- nary assembly meeting sever a times a year which will have full jurisdiction between conven lions over congress decisions i an effort to assure control of the organization by ordinary unioi members. The congress will be run by five-man executive and repre- sentatives of federated an non-federated union members. Salaries for executives am permanent employees of th. congress total accord ing to Mr. Dion's budget. Mr. Dalpe's annual salary i listed as in the budgel The other four executives wi earn a year. Delegates approved unani mousiy a motion to register th new organization with the 0 lario Labor Relations Board. However, Mr. Dalpe said tha while the new organizallo would welcome members from Ontario locals of the CNTU, i would not actively seek them. Headquarters of the CSD wi be in Quebec City, but the or ganization will maintain office., in Montreal. FIRST LAWS The first workmen's compen sation laws were passed in Ger many in 1884. Scissors Sharpened Ground (OH perfect uniform by experts with Ihc finest commercial equipment available. Bring in all your iciisors. your neighbour's too! All work done while you shop. Pjnfcing shears, selling scissors, barber scissors, garden tools, kitchen scissors, etc. Sharpener will be ot Foirfield's from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Hoover Floor Conditioner The machine lh. slurps irio woler up as fast as it goes down. No mora bending, jusf flip ihe switch ond watch your floors or car- peting look like new. 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