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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta witness has memory9 Ted Kennedy backers Joseph and Gwen parents of the young woman who drowned when Sen. Edward M. Kennedy's car went off a bridge in said Wednesday they will support Kennedy if he runs for president. like the senator just as we liked his Robert and the said Mrs. Kopechne. EDMONTON Mr. Justice J. M Cairns said Wednesday that Bob former executive director of the Alberta Housing has a terrible or a convenient memory. Mr Justice Cairns made the statement during the third day of his judicial inquiry into the corporation. It also was the third day of questioning for Mr Orysiuk. Mr. Justice Cairns also commented that witness cannot identify anything he does not want to during questioning about a warehouse the corporation purchased from Ed an Edmonton lawyer Earlier testimony revealed Mr. Achtem and Mr. Orysiuk shared a commission paid by the corporation to Mr Achtem in the city's Mill Woods land assembly project in 1969. Mr Orysiuk testified former municipal affairs minister Fred Colborne suggested that the corporation should buy the property rather than continue to lease it from Mr Achtem Mr Orysiuk said Mr Colborne felt it didn't look good to lease the building after Mr. Achtem had done BO much work for the corporation. The inquiry was told Mr Achtem's warehouse was selected although comparable warehouse space was available at lower cost. NO MEMORY Mr Orysiuk could not remember how Mr. Achtem happened to buy the warehouse prior to the lease arrangement with the corporation. He couldn't he who might have advised Mr. Achtem of the corporation's interest in the property. can only conclude that he must have discussed it with Mr McColl AHC executive or someone else in the Mr. Orysiuk said. He also said he could not recall where and how Mr. Achtem had obtained a letter of intent indicating the purpose of arranging he got the information corporation's readiness to financing. lease the property for the is pretty obvious where Mr Justice Cairns said In all typM of ENGINE REBUILDING CYLINDER BORING AND RESLEEVING CRANKSHAFT REGRINDING about our ENGINES WISCONSIN ENGINE Sales and Service Centre QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH CtrtHtod DwiW Mechanic Capitol Furniture BMg. 328-7684 Custom Engine Parts Ltd. 1605 3rd Avenue South Phone 328-8181 Strike called off LONDON A strike by engineering which threatened to bring Britain's economy to its has ended after only 24 sparing the Labor government severe em- barrassment and saving in- dustry millions of pounds A dramatic intervention in the Industrial Relations Court on Wednesday by a lawyer acting for an undisclosed individual or group set off an amazing chain of events which ended the strike within minutes The 1 2 million engineering mainly mechanics and maintenance were called off the job Tuesday by their union after the court had sequestered union funds because of its refusal to pay to a farm machinery firm The court had ruled that earlier strike action against the firm was illegal and judged its losses to be During court proceedings lawyers presented an anonymous donation for to cover both the loss and the costs incurred in the legal action Union leader Hugh Scanlon had an immediate with Employment Secretary Michael Foot The court accepted the released the union's funds and the strike was over Scanlon then emerged from his grinning and told a group of slightly be- wildered reporters are happy now to instruct our members to call off the industrial action forthwith Most national which were not able to publish are expected to be back on the streets today or Friday and industrial leaders said minor disruptions caused by the work stoppage will have no significant long-term effects Nobody seemed certain who is responsible for the anonymous donation BBC radio speculated that newspaper publishers had raised the money but this was quickly denied by the publishers' organization Foot said the strike demon- strated the great evils that have been caused by the Industrial Relations Court and reiterated his determination to scrap it as quickly as possible Dr. Stewart named dean Ont Dr Max Stewart of Edmonton has been appointed dean of the school of business and economics at Wilfrid Laurier university officials announced Wednesday Dr an economist at the University of Alberta in previously taught in Waterloo for 10 years and will succeed Dean John Jenkins who has completed a Polaroid' is a registered trademark of Polaroid Corporation Mass USA The The Sooner. 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