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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, Moy 17, 1972------------------------- Air ad controls near OTTAWA (CP Advertising controls children's vitamin products on radio and television will come into elTi'ct June 1, Health Minister John Minim said on mend HOLLYWOOD (An Cliff Arquelle, who created the c o m i c charac'liT ('hurley Weaver, is at home after being in hospital since April 1M be- cause of a heart attack. A spokesman the year-old actor would bo able fo resume work on Ihe Hollywood Squares television show in three or four weeks. ''One of our concerns in (level- oping llitw tfWfli'lmts is to re- duce as much as ue can Ihe in- fluence these advertisements have in establishing or promot- ing drug-taking habits.'1 the minisier said in a news release. "While 1 see no health haz- ards a.sMicialed wilh Ihe product as such, I am concerned regard- ing (lie polnilial for children ac- quiring habils that could lead lo more serious consequences as ilhcy grow older." i Five guides have been devel- oped by officials of (he health 1 protection branch. Ads must not: expected benc- i Ills from the vitamin product INVITED TO A WEDDING-Audrey Gostlin says Ihe rules, hovo been relaxed and wedding gueili' upporel can be more casual now. "Whal To VVear To A complete with color pholos. IN YOUR LETHBR1DGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE nor portray its lakir.g as a "fun thing" or Ibe lliiiiy to do." that all persons need vitamins. children taking the medication on their own. pressure on children lo urge parents lo buy Ihe prod' ucLs to get special premiums. j per- jsons or characli'i'.s in the prc.s- i entalion of children's vitamin products. Mr. Munro said he was not questioning Ihe safely of the i products nor the ways used lo j sell them. But his department i had a responsibility lo keep mailers in a proper perspective so no improper impart was j m a d e on impressionable youngsters. wor wonder what to do next MONTREAL (CP) The Na- tional Association of Broadcast Employees a n d Technicians, which broke (iff contract talks Friday with the CBC, still is wailing word from Labor Minis- ter Martin O'Conncll on what to i do no.l. Robert I! o u c b a r d, chic! NABET ncgolialor. sent Ihe tel- egram asking for advice and re- (iiieMing that the minisler "ex- plore Ihe continuing negoti- ating procedure" which Mr. O'Conncll bad advocated. No reply has come, a NABET offi- cial said Monday. The two sides had been meet- ing in the presence of a federal government medial n r HIHT March and a CBC spokesman expressed surprise Sunday at Ihe break-off in talks. "The two sides seemed to be there isn't a seltlement soon, no doubt this will have some im- pact on Canadian production for the coming season." Some production work con- tracted out to private compa- nies would not be affected. The CBC lias continued pro- 32-storev coming closer lopcLlicr in many Hie spokesman said. I SAI.L'TE KWA5IE XKKUJIA1I CONAKRY, Giii'iua Thousjiul.s poured inlo Uie nienL (lie union iiskc-d mediation main spoils stadium to snlutc i proceedings adjourned lie- office space wilh an adjoining 'the laic Kwame Nkrumah of' Ghana and eelehrale the 25th anniversary of Hie Revolution- ai-y Guincan Democratic parly. Mr. Bouchard said in a slate- cause the CBC rejected "a very r c a s o n a h 1 e settlement pro- pos, CALGARY (CP) Construc- tion is expected to begin in Aug- ust on a SIC million, 32-storcy office development in the down- town area. The project, scheduled completion early in 1974, include square feet of parkade tor 2CO cars. Sun Oil Co. Ltd. will lie the major tenant, occupying the Tlrc CBC spokesman said: "ft i lop seven floors. BOYS' NYLON JACKETS Lightweight water repellent 100% nylon wilh colorful competition stripe; and zip- per in hidden ro'n hood. Sizes S to 16. SPECIAL FEATURE VALUE WHILE THEY LAST 6 TRANSISTOR PORTABLE POCKET RADIOS Specially purchased! Balanc- ed speaker output system for greater Fidelity, and hand- some modern styling with leather look body, carrying handle and earphones. CHILDREN'S KNIT Reg. Knit Denim Look. Flare pants with zipper closure for boys or pull-on style for girls. Sizes: 4 to 6x. SPECIAL BOYS' T- Reg. Big boys' short sleeve T- iliirts in n variety oF slyles, including "Beery nov. elty knils, stripci and others. Sizes; 8 to 16. CHILDREN'S ahort sleeve stretch nylon. Assorted stripes. Sizes: 3 to 6x, EACH NEW IN FASHION GIRLS' BIKINI DRESSES Beautiful new fashion colors, in assorted permanent press prints nnd plains with fancy trim. A must for 'her" spring and summer wardrobe. Sizes: 7-14. EACH Anklo length In stretch ny- lons and lerrys Assorted rol< ors. Sizes: 8-10' i, EXTRA SPECIAL BOYS' "CIVIL WAR BOOT" Vinyl conslruclion, cross-over harness strap. Calcr: Dark Brown. Sizes: 8'i to 13. ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL YOUNG MSNS 100% STRETCH NYLON FLARES With zip closuro and two top pockcis. Herringbone jncquorcl pattern in Navy' White, Gold, While nnd Bur- gundy 'While. Evon waist tizcs 28 lo 36 collectively. SALE PRICED GIRLS' A large variety of 100% sfrefch nyfon fabrics in one and two-piece styles. Choose from a rainbow of colon in sizes 7 to 14. ONE LOW, LOW PRICE EACH KIDDIES' VINYL SUMMER Two-lone, crass-over si rap on ndjustab-e. strop, sponge and heel. Colors: Belga and Brown, Jiies: 5 lo 8. MEN'S WASHABLF ACRYLIC KNIT SHIRTS Fully fashioned 12 gauge, acrylic. Short slcovo slcee pullovers with itripes on mock nock. Green, Gold, Yellow, Beige and Blue, in S-M-L-XL LADIES' NYLON SHORT SETS The latest in casual sportv wear for summer. Two-piece 100% nylon sets which fea- lure shorf sleeve and sleeve- less tops in a variety of styles. AH with matching shorts. Avniltible in a bow of colors, in sizes S-M- L FEATURE VALUE AT "SAAN JET" JOGGERS Heavy vinyl upper construc- tion. Cushioned insole, ron- ilip vinyl sole. Reinforced cop. 4 blue stripes. r, no (M) Men's Sizes 7-11 J. 7 (N) Scy't Sizes l.i 5.49 (N) Youth's Sizes 11-133.1 By Kaplan's of Winnipeg YOUNG MEN'S DUNE BUGGY BRUSHED DENIM 26" FLARES With riveted nickel pi tiled metal button fly and 2 front flap pockcis. Look nl thrse ihndosl Black, Medium Bluo, Purple, Wino and Cnmol, in siics 2B. 79-30-31 nnd 36 SALE PRICED, PAIR ANNIVERSARY SALE BONUS BUY LADIES' POLYESTER KNiT FLARE Elastic waisj puff-on feature. This outstanding value pur- chased as a spEciol Annivers- ary Sale Bonus Buy for custclncrs. Colors include Black, Purple, Brown, Navy, Red, in sizes 10 to IB. ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL SAVE ON "SUBS" MEN'S DRESS HQ'SE Wools, orlcns, nylons, blend- ed fabrics and cushion igle cottons. ns "sub" due to minor imperfections. OUTSTANDING VALUEI n PAIR "PIGGYBACK" CHORE GLOVES Unlinod cowhide in Kang- aroo Tnn Ono sire. Reg. S3-99 PAIR CHARM GIRL PARITY HOSE Our own lop quality 100% si retch nylon parity hosg in Opaque, Nude, All-Sheer or Non-Run Beige, Spice, Whila and sport colors. Ono iizQ Fits all. 100% STRETCH NYLON FOR MEN Block, Novy, Red, Gold, Green, Royal and Mouvo, in sizes S-M-L-XL collectively, PAIR MEN'S LONG SLEEVE PERMANENTLY PRESSED SPORT AND DRESS SHIRTS Solid shades, ns well ns fnn< :ics, Chosen from regular slocks and offered nt real .avmgsl Wide assortment of ilylej in nil men's siios col- Icrtivoly. Shop early for best iclcelio.t. I IF YOU DON'T BUY A T SAAN... YOU'LL PA Y TOO MUCH oney-Back rluclirm in all centres affected only by rotating 24-hour walk- on Is. 'The only production centre seriously affected at the present lime is Toronto." hu said. "If we can negotiate a back- lo-work jirrangeiiHMiL will) the union in Toronto as we have in Montreal, llien we can po ahead wilh more product Jons for next season." Toronto production crews have been off the job sincl March 11. Montreal Is the cor- poration's production centre. Most English-language production is dor.c in Toronto Mr. Bouchard said in his statement that the CBC had in- trod u c c d new demands not heard during the previous 12 months of negotiations. The CBC spokesman do- scrihcd this as "complete and ultor nonsense.'' lie said the corporation raised I he prcviously-undisciissed prob- lem of reclassilicalion of union members hoping lo please NABET but there was no favorable response the CBC its proposals. Mr. Bouchard said the CRC had failed to close the gap be- tween (he two sides on the sub- jects of wages, job security, .system-wide seniority, fringe benefits, the areas of union ju- r i s d i c t i o n and professional standards for tradesmen and announcer-operators. The CBC also refused a suggestion by mediators to refer "all other issues" not settled in joint committee which would seek solutions during the life of (lie agreement, lie said. FEAR LOSS OF .TORS The union has repeatedly said during the dispute I hat techni- cians fear they will lose their jobs because of technological in- novation by the corporation. The union nepolialing com- mittee said Saturday: A union spokesman said that in January NABET wanted a cumulative wage increase over a two year period. The average salary of NABET members employed by the CBC j is SI79 a he said. I In a negotiation bulletin dated May 12. said it asked for a 9.7-pCT-ccnl increase retro- I active to July 1, 1971, a seven- i per-cent increase July 1, 1972, a j six-per-cent increase, April 1. 1973 ant! a six-per-cenl increase j April 1, 197-1, or about a 30-per-! cent cumulative increase over the period. The CBC spokesman said the corporation was generally in agreement with the mediation committee's suggestion for a joint managcmcnl-NABET com- mittee lo seek .solutions during the life of any agreement nego- tiated. He said mediators suggested a sevcn-pcr-cenl wage increase retroactive to Jury 1, 1971, a C.5-per-cenl increase July 1, 1372, a 5.5-per-cent increase July 1, 1973, and a five-per-cent increase July l, 1974. The con- tract would expire June 30, 1975. This would mean about a 27- i pcr-cent increase over a four- year contract on a compound basis. HEADY TO ACCEPT The corporation spokesman i said (he CF.C is ready to accept the mediators' wage recommen- dations if it can achieve an agreement in other areas such as a classification system, holi- days and working hours. The CBC was willing to give NAEKT an "iron-clad promise that nobody would be fired be- cause of technological change or the impact of new equipment." He said a ''bumping'' proce- dure used by .such Crown corpo- rations ns Air Canada is out of (he question as far as the CBC is concerned. Do you rwl for display? OTTAWA (CP) TCnnt n rod ID hnnfi nn your pkivrooni wall1' If you arc in- dividual or who incinenlo-the former Canadian you can get one from (lie public works depart- ment. The information was provided in the Commons by Public Works MiuisUT Dulu1 in rcsponsn lo wrillen from form or prime minister John Diefenbakcr. In nnlicipnlitin of for the. otiMA'n liy oix'.iniznfiniis and individuals wishing lo use them for "ir.i.'onr display as lii.s- loric ;i "HMMHI- ablc number" were preserved. T'Ol.'ll UOItKMItS OSAKA, Japan (Keillor) Four vorkcrs plunged lo death Ivrr from Ihe lop of a fnol chimney bcini; huill nl a paper mill tirre, police h.'iid. ITV HIGHLIGHTS; WEDNESDAY WILDLIFE: Jacques Colislcail, 8 p.m., L'h. Tills Spe- cial follows two young seals from Africa's Cape of Good Hope lo llic Caribbean. MOVIE COMEDY: "Till! Best at 9 p.m., Cll. 7. In 1941 a army officer is captured by a peace-lov- ing Italian captain. COMI5BY: I'lcpsc 9 p.m., C'h. 13. A film ahouL Hie school Is (he class contribution lo "open clay" but a con- troversial narration is u surprise. DltAMA: 9 p.m., C'h. It. An Olllljrcak o[ botulism is the lop priority emergency for the paramedic. ADVENTURE: Jason King, Ml p.m.. Cli. 13. A comic book, based on Jason's books, is being used to convey orders lo an elite corps of killers based in Hong Kong. MOVIE DI1AMA: "The Kcvcuth p.m.. Cll. 7. Ingrnar Bergman's medieval allegory weaves together the eternal questions ot Guii ami mortality. INTERVIEW: David Krosl, 12 miilnijdil, C'h. M. Glicsls Include Diane Pike, widow of Bishop and Rev. Hex llumbard. TIIUI1SDAY MOVIE MYSTERY: "Tin- Crooked 1 p.m., Ch. 7. A Scotland Yard inspector is sent to investigate a large number of expertly forged pound noles lli.'il arc circulating throughout Britain. MOVIE DRAMA: "And Now i p.m.. Ch. 13. The adventures of a 10 year-old boy growing up on a Mexican sheep farm. ANGLO'S rffcC" Jfr listings Program lira Hiled by radio and Jtotloru. Any variation In program ir du. to latt- mlnulo ihangn by the end U not mpeh- ilbllhy of th. Herald m Anglo DltttlhWon and Photographic Centre. 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