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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 THE LETIIBRIDGE HERAID lueidoy, November 3, 1770 Western Fairs Association Will Sinn Midway Shows l.m-il h'i.slirr of Lambeth, the former arebtiishop of Canter- bury, says 1'iiul i> "a glor- ious, splendid man uhu al- ways says Hie wrnnt; llung. Fithcr. primate ul llic church i.'f England iron; MMJ lo IW1. mark1 liic cowmen! during a visit In linslon lo help cele- brate Ihe Wllh birthday of Bish- op Henry Kmix Shcrill. former presiding bishop of Ihc I'roles- lant ICpijeupal Cliurch in the United Stales. The archbishops 1WO visit lo J o !i n marked Ihe firsl lime an archbishop of Canter- bury had mcl with a Roman pontiff. "Pope John and I met in a spirit of complete Lord KiMier recalled. "We never dif- fered nl aii until he spoke of Ihe -return of his separated brethren.' "f said. 'Vonr lloiinob, not "He said. '1 don't understand.' "I said. 'None ot us can go backward We're on parallel lines going forward. "He said 'You are perfectly right. "And f r o in that moment, 1 never heard him en the Vatican speakiny of our l.ercl Fisher, ffi. said he was 1101 being "abusive" o[ Pope Paul when lie spoke of (he pon- tiff's ''always saying the wrong thing." But he added lhat Tope Paul pronounced him self on contraceptives "and has half his church against him." and also overplayed infallabilily at .SASKATOON The i Canada Fairs Associa- tion has been given authority lo sign for bolh the percenlapc was questioned by Ihc Lloydminstcr fair board which said Hie member tail's that first deduct municipal and Railway Unions Press Demands OTTAWA (CP) nail unions representing some K.OOO work- ers served notice today of a tough winter of CQiilract nego- tiations for Canada's railways. The major demands arc wage increases between Hi and 40 per erandsland ami midway shows provincial laxcs before calcu-j cent in two-year conlracls. They which 'will appear next year al', laling Ilieir share were enjoy-; arc also asking for a new deal 1 tcnli-us Rcrcss the prairie' an unfair advantage, on pensions, sick-leave and job provinces, The managers committee; security. Delegates from the centres toll! delegates they had decided Laicr (his week, another extended Ihe associations poiv-; to retail; livestock competitions shopcrafl workers arc ex- er it already signs one con-: during Hie fairs rather than peeled lo present separate de- tract for grandstand shows- on switching to an educational and mands which remain officially behalf of all the member cen- display formal being introduced undisclosed although it is known al the annual two-clay j by some fairs. raeetjng I The managers also asked del- Delegates, defeated motion 'D consider introducing lo discontinue ci per cent rela Steeling a five-i -type gambling opera- oincr from lions and similar innovations at Uicir fail's The report also said UK Lloydminsler Fair attempted to litt tlic Louchy pension issue will not be included. Also lo lie submitted before the end of Hie year are the contract expecta- tions of approximately firemen. Bargaining for Ihe now cnn- tracts will begin at the head- Snys Things niemhcr lairs lo finance Ihc as-: Hjcialion and provide equalizn- lion payments lo member cen-i lrpt. m'f, -avments! introduce a beer garden this (jnaiiera or me Canadian iva- yii.ijirci problems tional and Cajiadiiui Pacific last year ajout trying lo obtain permission j i-uilivays some lime after lire each centre. from Hie lirjuor liccnciii" com- !com panics submit llicir The formula for selling tlic i mission. counter-demands within a legal limit of 20 days of receiving no- tices from Hie unions. Indications are that negotia- tions will continue well past the Dec. 31 expiry of current con- tracts. Neither Hie economic climntc nor Ihc temper of tlic parlies appears conducive to the kind of settlement readied in IStX! i when new contracts ucro signed i before Hie previous ones ended. i Negotiations w b i c b began i May 1 between Cl' Hail and llic Brotherhood o[ Locomotive En- now nrc deadlocked. CP Hail protested thai engineers' demands alone would add 512 million to its laljor bill and the talks now have enlered the con- i ciliation The wage demands submitted j loday come from Ihe member United Transportation! Union and the seven associated j non-operating unions which rep- resent about clerks, sleeping-car porters, signalmen, communication workers, main-' tenance-of-way o r k c r s and maintenance men. The eiglil sliopcriift unions cx- pcclcd lo be heard from later this week represent machinists, electrical and other skilled workers. Drops Pauls Lead Singer Fined S500 MIAMI (AP) Jim Morri- son, sou" proclaimed "king of orgasmic was sentenced to six months in jail here and lined after being ccnvictcd of dropping his pants in front of a Miami rock music audience last year. The lead singer of flic Doors remained free on bond. The demands can be divided inlo several categories: UTU is asking for an increase of an hour from Ihe S1AO earned by yard service workers. An addilional increase of a day is being sought for about 100 highly- trained ear rclardcr operators in automated yards across Ihe I connIvy; I The same union is seeking a lo-pcr-ccnl increase for road- service brakemcn, baggage-men and earning ar. average a year with a top of close lo The non operating unions are seeking for ell members av- erage increases of 41 cents an hour in the fust year and 40 cents in Ihe second year of Ihe contract. Average now is ;an hour. Each group of unions will bar- gain separately with Hie rail- ways. BRUSSELS (API France a limou lien the move is toward j lo SCerec.v eollegial millionly. about its supplies and sales of enriched former p re m i o r .Maurice Enme [nat be used for nu- Colive ilr .Mnrvillt after weapnns-or risk being ins from China said in Paris i brought before the European Man Tse king impressed him j Ctmrt Of Justice on charges of as being ''a igorous man. ac- j violations, live and vr-ry much up on the j President Franco Maria Mai- affairs of his rounlry. 0[ .European Common Mao "seems lo be concerned Market Executive Commission more with political and general; has France until the end lUon Hin problems at China than tlie day-to-clay business of his gov- ernment, Cnuve (.old reporters. He spent three weeks in China. Questioned about speculation thai former president de Gaulle would visil China, Couve said as far as lie knew, Mao had not in- vited de Gaulle. But he said "an important member" of Ihe Chinese government would come to Paris next year ajid it would not be Premier Chou En- TV Iii Ladgliam, bead of an Arab peace commission in Jor- dan, was replaced as Tunisia's premier Monday. President H a b i b Eourguiha said Ladgham bad wanted for some time to leave the post. He added that Ladgham ivould re- main as head of the peace mis- sion in Jordan to oversee the truce that ended Ihc September fighting between Jordan's army and Palestinian Arab guerrillas. Bourguiba named Hedi of November to comply with a treaty set up by the European Atomic Energy Community. The pact, requires its signers to furnish yearly reports on mineral prospecting, produc- tion, reserves and investments. The next step in the proce- dure normally would be court action, but a French spokesman said there may still be delays and the case could be dropped entirely. HAS SIX MEMBERS The European Atomic Energy Community, which deals in nu- clear energy for peaceful pur- poses, is made up of France, West Germany, Italy, Belgium The Netherlands and Luxem- bourg. Its supply agency has the exclusive rights to contract for fissionable materials, which normally are used in electric power plants but can be further refined for use in bombs. Malfatti says France has refused to make the reports since 1964 and has traded in Nouira. former minister ot uranium telling the or- economy as Ladgnams re- ganizalion. Eut France says the placement. j of the citeri by Ladgham became premier in 10G7. He had served previously as minister of defence. Or, Timothy Leary was quot- ed in an interview published in the leading Cairo daily newspa- per Al Ahram as saying he in- tends to take up the religion of Islam and live permanently in Algeria. "I will never return to the United States, Leary was quoted as saying. Barely 24 hours previously, he had vowed to reporters at Cairo airport to be back in the United States by Nov. 3 to take part in a planned Black Panther demonstration at New Haven. Conn. Despite efforts Lo draft him for a third term, U Thanl. ac- cording to authoritative infor- mation, has reached a firm and irrevocable decision to step down as UN secretary gen-' era! at the end of 197L This word comes from sources ctosn to the Burmese purualibt-fliplpmat who is Part- ing bis lOih ye.'ir as ri.'ef officer nf I be world organization PrimMy. ?i i.s paid lie refers In 1MV1 as iiis MalTatli are no longer in effect, and never have been fully en- forced. Legal action, if brought, would be heard by the Euro- pean Coijrt of Justice in Luxem- bourg, which has ruled in favor of the commission in 15 of 26 cases. The tribunal was set up as part of the European Com- mon Market. On minor points, the Common Market countries have shown they would rather comply with the court's decisions than be branded scofflaws. But there is no way the tribunal can compel a member country to accept a decision against its Retraining Program Himself Trial BOSTO.V (AP) John J. Di- I. r i s I on ,1 VAN'COlViai iCP) A ;.pc- i rial job rci-raimnK proprum lor1 I'.Ufjii or more Hrilislt Columbia workers caugbt in layoff is planned by Qmada Manpow- er. S. Gill, Pacific region di- rector general, said today the program is in addition lo the regular Canada Manpower [raining programs ant! is de- signer! j-pccifically lo help KI.SC charge of iminlrri'ns an Eastern j a seven- uncmplojmcnl prob- Airline- co-pilol during an anticipated here this win- lomplod hijntking of a phmc I'arnini! 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