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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Moy I, 1972 THE HESAID It with capitalism9 gets replay in Quebec QUEBEC (CP) A major objective in negotiations for c o 11 c c I i v c agreements for 210.000 Quebec public service employee's is to challenge the "capitalist, r o n c c p labor lender Marcel Pcpin said here. In a television debate on the French-language network of the CBC with Jean-Paul L'Allier, civil service minister, the presi- dent of the Confederation of Na- tional Trade Unions said the government, a major pur- chaser of goods and services, has a strong influence on the market for these If the unions could gut a Sion minimum weekly salary and also reduce (he spread between Ihe lowest- and highest-paid vorkers hi Hie public sector without overburdening the pro- vincial budgcl, "that could chal- lenge Ihe capitalist Mr. Pepin said. In determining policy for its employees, t h e government SEE THE LENS THAT DARKENS IN THE SUNLIGHT (VARIGRAY) OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO should not depend on private en- terprise trends but have a "so- cial concept" ;is well. Mr. L'Allier responded thai Quebec emphasizes .social and family welfare measures more than any other provincial gov- ernment. DOFS.VT ACCKI'T IDKA He said he could not accept the idea nf ebaiiging society lop rk'c-iMon inakinp liody for his Icadc'i-.ship durinj; the public service conflict. .SOMK ntlTICAI, The CNTU president was crit- icized earlier by three of five executive oflictTS for recom- mundinn lhal the public service strike bo continued in defiance of the government's back-lo- llirough union demands at the work bargaining table. If labor wanted In wage a po- litical fight for a changed soci- ety, Ihe place for it was the po- litical arena and organized po- litical parties parl.icipa1.ing in elections. Mr. L'Allier also suggested the common front of unions rep- resenting public service work- ers should slop looking for collective solutions to labor problems and start concentrat- ing on renewing some of which expired more than a year ago. The public service workers ended an 11-day strike a week ago today after emergency back-to- work legislation w a s passed in the Quebec national assembly. The strike was organized by the common the CNTU, the Quebec FcdjraLion of Labor and the Quebec Teachers' Corp. Mr. Pcpiu was given full sup- 'Clio tfoi'ornmcnL's b a c k -t o- v.-ork legislation effectively sus- pends 'hi: nghl lo strike of pub- lic employees for two years anrl provides fur fines of ?50 Lo 3250 a day far individuals and Lo SljO.OOU ;i day for unions and union officers if it is violated. fl also ordered a public1 serv- ice legislature coinmiLICG to in- vestigate Uie sVylcvnMe in I "net talks and provided for the government to impose a Kellle- mcnL if nn agreement is by Juno The legislation was severely ci'iticized by union groups am one-day sli'ike for May 1 by all unionized Quebec workers was proposed by l.hc Montreal cen- Iva: council ol the CNTU in pro- Bolli Urn parent CNTU am; Ihe QIrL said they did not have enough lime to poll members on the strike proposal, but, they said a general strike next port Thursday by the CNTIJ's i month is slilF a pnssihilly. You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere Distilled, Blended and Bottled in Scotland by White Horse Distillers Ltd., Scotland WELL-KEPT SECRETS Regional Expansion Minister Jean Marchand appears lo have his confidential docu- ments so well protected that even he can't geV at them, as he prepares lo teslify before Ihe Commons regional development committee in Olfawa. He fries to pry open his briefcase by hand, but is forced to use his penknife lo pry it open. Afler a few minutes of prying wilh the knife Voila. (CP Wirephoto) Solution to fight farm o weed battle suggested WASHINGTON (A P) Farmers of llic future may fight weeds better and make tbeir crops grow faster by raucous sountl waves from noise generators aboard their noise generators aboard their tractors, a physicist suggested here. The possibility is suggested, said Dr. Gaylord T. Ilageselh of Ihe University of Tvorth Carolina at Greensboro, by new lalmratory experiments in seeds subjected continuously to sound waves ranging in intensity "from some resembling a screech to others like those you'd hear if standing 100 feet from a jet- engine.'' Hageseth in an interview ampUficd a report (o the an- nual meeting of the American Physical Society on the effect of noise on seed germination. He said turnip seeds, prov- ided they ivere exposed to KIRK'S... Celebrate their RENOVATIONS with GIGANTIC TIRI SAVINGS! HELP US TO CELEBRATE OUR NEW IOOK BY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THESE GREAT TIRE BUYS EVERY DAY YOU CELEBRATE AND IT'S NOT OFTEN YOU FIND TIRE BUYS MKE THESE1 IT'S NOT SAVE UP TO 50% OFF SUGGESTED RETAIL PRICES ON NEW UN1ROYAL TIRES1 TIGER PAW each You'll feel and know you're on really good rubber na eoon as you lakn off on (Inroyal Tiger Paws (one of Canada's best Kno.vn "high performance" luesl. Their big, brond loolprinl gives a lasl start and a short stop. 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Phono 723-3441 FERNIE, B.C. Phono 423-7744 water beforehand, had their germination rate increased as much as 100 per cent by expo- s u r c to electronically-pro- duced sound waves. He added that, with the en- couragement of the U.S. de- partment of agriculture, the North Carolina team now is seeking to pinpoint specific, noise-frequencies that might be broadcast over a field to speed the germination of each individual variely of crop seeds, including those that produce u-eeds. An anti-weed noise might "force the weed seeds present in the field to once they germinate, the field could be plowed. These plants would be destroyed and we would bypass this business of spraying for weeds." PM Trudeau finds west 6not cold to Liberals' EDMONTON (CP) People in (lie west a largn part of in Ottawa who said the west was cold to the federal Liberals "were unina (lie Iher- it is your thinking that Ottawa is par! of Ontario." Ottawii is vvliat polilfc'R make Prime Minister Tru- j it, he said. If any part of the deau said here. counlry sent people to Oltawa He told a provincial Liberal who did nol lujtrust-nt il well or breakfast the west "isn't so cold to the as I thought.1 had expected complaints of western alienauon and that the government didn't under- stand Ihe u'esl. However, the overwhelming success of his three-day visit to Alberla proved that the west and Alberla in particular wanted to stay in Canada. Any suggestion that Algerians fee: alienated appears to be a figment of someone's imagina- tion, Mr. Trudeau said. He was convinced the Liber- als "can respond to the people." "If there is talk of alienation Distillers plan hike in prices WINNIPEG (CP) Four- teen of 22 Canadian distillers will increase their prices for rye, gin, rum and vodka by about 25 cents a bottle lo co- incide with higher provincial sales tax on liquor, says J. Frank Syms, chairman of the Manitoba Liquor Control Com- mission. "We're not overly happy about receiving the Mr. Syms told a news confer- ence. "They (the distillers) have bad an excellent year." The 14 distillers who in- creased pr-ices are: Hiram Walker, James Barclay. Good- erham and Viorls, Melcliei-'s, Seagrams, Hudson's Bay, Ca- nadian Distillers Thomas Adams, Waterloo Agencies Associ- ated Importers Aca- dina, Meaghers, Corbys and Wisers. who concentrated on dead sues "tlifn that part nf the country will alic-natcd" be- cause they arc not well repre- sented. who talked of dead Issues or concentrated on opposition tac- tics did not represent their areas well. Mr. Trudeau then put in a plug for Agriculture Minister Jl. A. Olson and Secretary of State Pat both who he described as of the most able parliamentarians. He also told the group to campaign and never to apolo- If Albt'Hn and flic wert want' gizc for he ing Liberals. 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