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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, May 23, 1972 _ THE HERAID 25 SIMPSONS-SEARS UNCLAIMED CHEQUES has prevented mailing. litical. The union leaders -age of weekly for public servants, it. would have an im- leadcrs were playing an unseen role backing the eoverumeut in the talks. the Quebec Federation of Labor. on the CBA program Ln- F78-14 2-ring Whitewaii 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. said labor actions in the cur- rent dipute with the Quebec government were not aimed at throwing out the government The Quebec labor leader was being questioned about the tur- moil in the province following the jailing of QFL president Louis Labergc, Marcel Pepm, president of the Confederation of National Trade Unions, and Yvon Charbonneau, president The three men were leading a union common front aimed at winning a better contract for 200.000 provincial public ser- vants. Mr. naoust said the mam objective of the common front was to negotiate a collective agreement. But. he said on Encounter that the. negotiations became times at the negotiating table with the due process of collec- tive bargaining that we can awaken the political conscious- ness of workers." But, he ssid that Quebec un- ionists believe in the "electoral way to power." Mr. Daoust reiterated the union stand that the three jailed union leaders must be present at talks before negotia- tions with the government can mitmcnt from Quebec Justice Minister Jerome Choquette and Quebec Labor Minister Jean Cournoyer that the labor lead- ers would be able to attend. Mr. Daoust said that if they are not released the common front may have to exert more pressure. It would take days to get. the views of other com- mon front leaders. 4 ply nylon CRUSADER At Everyday Low Prices 6.00-13 Black wall STEEL-BELTED RADIAL Full 4 ply nylon cord body Dcip qnpp nq tread design Traction slots in tread for nrd oad hold grip A tire so safe, so strong it could oul- last your car' Tested by Sears on the toughest roads in the world. Here's the utmost in safety, handl- inq and mileage. Special mile guarantee Ifs c.v.h lo tu'.'it yonr.self M n now Spring PI home PLUS cash just h-i'vc ami It's 111.' PLUS LOAN :it Beneficial cjsh'for any f fioii reason. Call up or come in You've good for move at Beneficial lo.iii', up lo loan ran lie lilo-msmMt Like up to 60 months to pay on loans over JJUUU Beneficial FINANCE CO. OF CANADA CnRNFR '1TII AVC. STI-I ST.. I CTIIBRIDOE (Woolwortll Rliln-) .V7-8565 on N i vi rjirmi nv AirniNmrj''- PHn M'P7? Cornonlion __________ 0 OFF When you buy first lire at regular single tire price NYtON FOR First Tire .08 Second Tire TRUCKS v V V v V ts Get Both For 67.16 (6.70-15 Tubeless) FOR If. Ox Tubed Tuhrri S16 Tubed Tulietl Tubed Our best truck tire for camp- ers, pick-ups, vans. Mado for superb mileage and handling. Good directional control; modern wrap- around trend. Great stability riun to extra wide dimension and slotted tread. FUiflned nylon body takes rough road abuse. SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 n.m. If, n p.m. Dciily Tlunsdny on rl Friday until 9 p.m. Contrn Villnno 7nJ Avr. 1311, St. N. ;