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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE U1HBRIDG! Mtiy 11. or line Hees plays right inio govL hands reserved i CD Tho cMitTLiy rt'.s on revs I'unsLTvn lion hoard rcserviM judgment on a in hall c'onsliLiclioii -if n power transmission Hmi whidi Iv.1 is a Linmp of rare U'nmpeloi1 .suims. The Canmlian WikllilL- Sur- icc, invili'd Iiy the lo in- tervene, ndvisod nyninst llu1 in- stallation by Alhorla I'nuvr Ltd., brcmiso (he iiroup ol avails ni'sls near ihu farm, owned hy district limner Daix1 Thie-sscn. The power lino is honifi in- called his lai-ni ;nid the group of .swans, onu of groups misrule1 ID mat- ing grounds oac'h year, has its nesting fircci nti fht1 ml wining Wood Lake, cast ol Grande Prairie, ConsLruclion of tin? pirncr line is scheduled lo be cuinpleiu next nionlh iMA.N'Y OFFIiNCKS Police in Home handed out fines fur traffic of- fences in 1971. OTTAWA 'C'Pi Old iijjc i Mr Hces asked Tuesday pensioners and veterans may s 1 r ii .'elm Turner woulil consider have lo vail long for Iheir pension increases-llianks j so legislation lo increase largely In a Commons pensions could he inlroduced linn hy deorge IH'r-s l i immediately. 1'i-inoe Kdivard-liastingsi. -The Imiiiiruiile in e in h e r 'lie certainly played nghl surprises replied Mr. inlo (he government's hands." i Tnnier. ivilh uhviolis enlhusi- saul an annoyed Coinervalive '-That is a very I idea." Liberal MPs delighted. Sud, I------ plan J EIJMO.VTON K'l'i The city public scliool boarel ap- proved establishment of kineler- Sfirlcns in two public schools, butli L'mply i boacd approver! iTtiuesis frojn piirenls in three1 dislricls kinderpai-iens be opera led in Ihu .schools, provided funds are available. Supplies anil bu provided foi1 I he: paivnl- .sponsorcd programs. The hoard favored ?i program in which parents ivould pay ,flO lo Sir> a montli which would go to- ward hiring a teacher. burliM't flclialc is eiv- iii-lly what the (U'X'crmncnl wants. (Icllinj; the relro.-ic'live inlo I lie mail iniinr- dialc'ly vrould do no liai in in (lit1 event of a Miininei1 TA1.KS HAD STAKTKU Waal Mr. apparciilly didn't know was ihnl Lilu-rnl [louse Leader .Allan Mac- J'lnc-licn had, earlier thai day, hetfim neMulialions will] o[ GEORGE J1EKKS silion House leaders Tor 1m- i mediate of the pen- sions legislation. .Such negotiations usually in- volve some stiff bargainiiiR. Jn reluni for oiling tliu Lib- eral iMivlimi opposi- tion parlies want some consict- cralions in iis special de-bates or a juggling of other legislation, Hul when an opposition MP, parliculai ly from Lhe front- ex- actly what Mr. wanloil, l.hc grounds for bar- pa i n i n g tiecome somewhat narrow. Clod.'1 was the reaction of one Conservative MP, after Mr. ilees asked bis question. Various party spokesmen say is every likelihood Unl (he budget debate will he inlerrupk'cl For the pension legi.slnlion. Chamber proposes delay in labor legislation SI'Ill.NG AIIOUND SpriiiBlails arc small, gray or hl-L-olured ii'.i-ctl.s jinl visible lo Ihc-1 linked oyc. They arc wingless bill have a forked ap- pendage al Lho end of the aljdo- inrai which when suddenly rc- pnahlcs them to make short jumps. SIMPSONS-SEARS Special 65 cu. fl. of exi fng. No window. Reg. You oot 165 cu. fl. of exlr iteel building. No NOW ONLY n 5lorogc wilh ibis ruqgcH Without Windows 59.99 Give prestige At last! A Lawn Building that looks as great as it is roomy Solve all ycur sforage needs with one ol Inese easy fa assemble, loucjli steel storage buildings. They lock belfer lhan ever wilh new ribbed wall panels. enamel finish is guaranteed Jo r 3 years not lo chip, crack, peel. This 3'x9' size has room lo 9' Size -jr. S179.9H Oiilv a ,-.m iliiH> .in.l IUIITIM.- i n< a carpon. Km. Check llic-i- I.MI up .unl rnnf arc -.luipfil in i null hii- finish Kull ii-iflih i- nniM m 15' witlc wilh S1 projcclion 130-lh.) Only i k i. listaaa Social Sal, of our K Ornamcnlal r llailhiK.i. Ili-K. Sll-lil -mil j ii" hi r filling .in- rtii mA OiiiiJilv No More Al Si Plionr 13n-97.ll fnr Trrr now I OTTAWA (CP) Trying to he us understamlinR as possible of "political Ilic Canadian Chamiicr o( Coin- mcrce urKcd Wcrtncsriay Ilial passage of new industrial rola- tioiis legislation lie postponed at least until after the federal elec- tion expected this year. In a submission lo the Com- mons labor committee, George Demers, chamber vice-presi- dent, granted that "it is unreal- istic to expect that the present government would again with- draw its proposed Canada Labor Code." But, he added, the proposed Icpislalion should be considered only in a calm, post-election pe- ri tki. .Mr. Deincrs left no doubt Ural, postponed or not, the gov- ernment legislation. Bill C-IC3, is hardly more acceptable lo the chamber than its predecessor, C-253, which ran inlo vigorous opposition from employers when introduced in the last session of Parliament. He said the chamber is disap- pointed the government (ailed to make the substantial modifica- tions recommended last year by employers. MENTIONS PREAMBLE Mr. Demers questioned in particular the addition in C-183 of a preamble acknowledging Lhe government's commitment to free collective bargaining. "One wonders aboul the tim- ing of the Mr. De- mers said in a statement re- leased prior to the committee hearing. The preamble might have been appropriate at a when collective bargaining was in its infancy, he said But the present, need is questionable "particularly when the bargain- ing process is nndergoinc se- vere and justified criticism." lie said it was presumptuous for the government to claim thai workers and employers recognize collective bargaining as the basis for effective in- dustrial relations. Staling that Iwo-fhirds of Ca- nadian workers have not adopted unions, he said the gov- ernment should not attempt lo speak for them. He also protesled lhat the preamble does not emphasize the importance of the public in- '.eresl in labor relations. Mr. Demers gave only a guarded approval to a modifica- tion in the bill of an original government proposal Lhat would give unions a limiled right to strike in disputes involving the introduction o f technological change. The previous bill would have permitted the rewriting of con- tracts before their expiry in the event of significant changes. The revised bill emphasizes that technological change should be included in regular bargaining sessions. Secret document criticizes MONTREAL secret inleriiaLiolial Monetary Fund riocinnejil being circulated at a hankers conference here lakes the same hard stand as Canada against the United States on at least one aspect o[ international monetary reform. The IMF document, leaked to the press earlier this week, says (he U.S. should not allow its dol- lars to pile up abroad but should buy them back with gold or silver by set deadlines. Finance Minister John Turner, speaking at the opening of the International Monetary Conference Tuesday, included such a proposal in a list of prin- ciples which Canada would like lo see incorporated into mone- tary reform. "'While it is unrealistic to ex- pect an early restoration of full converlahility of the U.S. dollar, the U.S. in the future system should be prepared to convert into other reserve assets the U.S. dollars that other countries may acquire as a consequence of any future U.S. deficits. "It is practical to assume that arrangements will have to be made for the gradual conver- sion over time of some U.S. dol- lar balances now held in official reserves." The IMF document, being dis- cussed here by bankers from at least 20 countries on an unoffi- cial basis behind closed doors, outlines what other nations ex- pect of the U.S. In monetary reform. Among other things, It sug- gests that the U.S. will have to give up its idea that gold can be phased out of its place of im- portance, that the U.S. should be willing to revalue ik dollar as necessary, and that other countries should not be forced to give up their balance of pay- ment suipluses. SIMPSONS-SEARS GIFT IDEAS FOR MOM Ladies' Acrylic Shawls Mom love hhis cuddly, lightweight little shawl f0r chilly summer evenings or anytime for casual or fancy wear. Made of beaufl. ful, washable acrylic, cro- cheted for an added touch of elegance and fringed fool Whife or ecru. Ladies' Wet Look French Purse and Key Caddy Set ONLY 5.99 Oooutiful wet look ?cIs nny mother would he proud lo rccoiwo. 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