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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TucMtqy, May 23, 1972 THE IE7HBBIDGE HERAID 25 UNCLAIMED CHEQUES Vancouver cily welfare director Waller Boyd holds seme of Ihe welfare cheques which haven't been picked up ihis month. Mr. Eoyd says he suspecls Ihe cheques weren't picked up be- cause Ihe recipient either doesn't live in Vancouver or hen o job and can't gel Ihe time off to pick them up. Th cheques are usually mailed bul the strike of cily workers has prevented mailing. __________ to throw out OTTAWA (CP) The Que-, political. The union leaders bee Isbor movement is com- j were aware that if they suc- mitted to Hie parliamentary cceclcd in winning a minimum system and has no intention of wage of S100 weekly for public j overthrowing the government servants, it. would have an im- bv violence says remand pact on private industry. Daoutst general secretary of! He suggested that business the Quebec Federation of leaders were playing an unseen role backing Ihe government in the talks. On Question Period, he said: "We feel we must do whatever possible to change the social Labor. "We do not want lo govern the labor leader said on the CI3A program En- counter. On the CTV network program j system in which we are living Question Period. Mr. Daoust said labor actions in the cur- and it is through actions some- times at the negotiating uble rent dipute with Ihe Quebec with the due process of collec- sovernment were not aimed at live bargaining that we can throwing out the government I awaken the political con.scious- violently. ness of workers." The Quebec labor leader was But, lie said that Quebec tin- being questioned a'.jout the tur- moil in the province following the jailing of QFL, president Louis Laberge, Marcel Pepm, president of the Confederation of National Trade Unions, and Yvon Charbonncau, president ionists believe in the "electoral way to power Mr. Daoust reiterated the union stand that the three jailed union leaders must he present at talks before negotia- tions the government caa of the Quebec Teachers resume. for contempts of court. The three men wore leading a union common front aimed at winning a belter contract for 200.000 provincial public ser- vants. Mr. Daoust said the main objective of the common front was to negotiate a collective agreement. Ho said he has a firm com- mitment from Quebec Justice Minister Jerome Choquette and Quebec Labor Minister Jean Cournoyer that the !abor lead- ers would be able to attend. Mr. Daoust said that if they are not released lite common front may have to exert more pressure. It would take days But. he said on Encounter to get. the views of other com- Ihat Ihn negotiations became i mon front leaders. Just the thing for Spring. It's to HIM! in n now Spring wanlrolitf PI I'S c.i.sh 10 spiucc up tlic house ca.sli jusl in ;im( It's flu- PJ.IS f.OAN Jit Hcncficial T-'m.iiH'c for nny pooil reiison. Cnll up or come I'odVc Tor more a( Beneficial lo.ms to JliOOfl Your Idnn rnn he tiln-msun'rl up Id fiionlhs to [My on Jnmts ovrr J3000 Beneficial FINANCE CO. Olr CANADA COHNfli 'ITII R 611-1 ST., (Woolworth il t'orporahon SIMPSONS-SEARS Glass Belted Polyester Tires A' A f'fe fn L ej trio c ont r CO Lo "n i cq c E R n la d c nc L 1 r r I b G t n d iS J F78-14 2-ring Whitewali Top line tires with fibre glass belted polyester con- struction.'Designed for long hours of high-speed highway driving. Two polyester plies give smooth 'no thump' ride. Two fibre glass belts mean long tire mileage, good stability and traction. TWO FOR 4 ply nylon CRUSADER At Everyday Low Prices Biackwall STEEL-BELTED RADiAL Full 4 ply nylon corn body Deep qrippinq Head design A lire so sate, so strong it could out- last your car' Tested by Seats on the toughest roads in the world. Here's Ihe utmost in safety, handl- ing and mileage. Special mile guarantee SECOND TIRE 40% OFF When you buy first lire at regular single tiro price First Tire Second Tire Get Both For 67.16 (6.70-15 Tubeless) FOR snoxiP Tubed 30 Tuliotl TulicfJ 5G 7d Ox Tubed Our best truck tire fot camp- ers, pick-ups, vans. Mado for superb rnilcago and handling. Good directional control; modern wrap- around trend. Great stability rittn to extra wirfr; dimension ami slotted trend, Runflcd nylon body lakes rough road abuse. SERVICE STATION HOURS: 0 n.m. lo b p.m. Dnily tin rl Friday until 9 p.m. Conlrn Villnnn 7ntl tint! 13lli Si. N. ;