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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta newspapers on strike lift _ THI LSTflMHPOl HIMALD Variety of workers rebel throughout Britain and Italy By THE CANADIAN PRESS The state National Guard has been called up in to deal with what city described as an emergency created by firemen's stoppages. Non-medical workers at New York City hospitals-have walked off the job while the city's firemen were working after a strike deadline as con- tract negotiations continued. In doctors today began a three-day strike. In more than 000 workers have staged a 24- hour walkout. Strikes also affected publication of two United States New York Daily News and the Washington Post. A spokesman for Wisconsin Gov. Patrick Lucey said about 400 to 450 guardsmen based in Milwaukee would perform Passenger sucked out of airliner N.M. State police are searching for a man who was reported to have been sucked out of a DC10 jetliner at near- ly feet after an engine exploded and the cabin depressurized. The National Airlines wide- bodied jet with 128 persons aboard was en route to San Francisco from when the accident occurred Saturday night. Witnesses said one listed on the passenger manifest as G. F. Gardner of Tex- was sucked out through a window. One passenger said a stewardess told her husband that had just served the man a drink and saw him go out the Mayor John Lindsay duties not being performed by Milwaukee firemen. Estimates of the number of Milwaukee firefighters who were absent Sunday on the first day of a work slowdown ranged from 30 per cent to 50 per cent of the scheduled work force. Circuit Court Judge Robert Curley issued a temporary re- straining order early today against the fighters' and a show- cause hearing was scheduled later in the day. MAYOR BARGAINS In New Mayor John Lindsay joined contract negotiations involving city officials and leaders of the Uniformed Firefighters Association. Firemen have demanded a increase in their current base pay of a. year. A union official said he and other officials would ig- nore a judge's order to appear at a hearing today on an order to bar any walkout. About members of the New York Newspaper Guild went on strike against The Daily News. The Washington a morning planned to publish an edition later in GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE WEDNESDAY SUNSET H L Pre .19 .23 .28 .10 .02 .08 Lethbridge...... 11 1 Pincher Creek... 6 -1 Medicine Hat 13 -2 Edmonton 7 5 Grande Prairie 8 -8 Banff............10 -3 Calgary......... 5 -3 Victoria 40 31 Penticton....... 32 29 .02 Prince George 18 6 Kamloops....... 26 15 Vancouver...... 42 30 Saskatoon....... 9 8 Regina 13 7 Winnipeg...... 18 4 Toronto...... 42 26 Ottawa......... 36 22 Montreal 35 21 St. John's....... 41 29 Halifax........ 42 27 Charlottetown 34 25 Fredericton..... 38 22 Chicago 36 22 New York 49 34 Miami.......... 81 74 Los Angeles..... 70 50 Las Vegas...... 74 54 Phoenix ........81 51 .01 .07 Athens 61 50 59 Rome.......... 68 Paris........... 61 41 London......... 50 41 Lethbridge Medicine Hat Today. Snow becoming light this morning. Winds NlO- -15. Highs near 10 above. Lows near zero. Cloudy with light snow. Highs near 10 above. Calgary Today and Snow becoming light this afternoon. Winds N15-20 driving some drifting snow decreasing to 10-15 over- night. Highs 5-10 above. Lows near zero. Columbia Kootenay Region Today and' Mainly cloudy with snowflurries. Winds rising at times to fresh northerly. Highs both days 20 to 30. Lows tonight 10 to 15. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Heavy snow warning east and north today. Four inches or more new snow east and north. Scattered snow southwest with snows decreasing tonight. Wednes- day variable cloudiness with scattered snow. Gusty easter- ly winds will cause some blowing and drifting snow. Highs today and Wednesday 15 to 30. Lows tonight 5 to 15. West of Continental Divide Snow and winds decreeing today. Variable cloudiness with scattered snow showers tonight and Wednesday. Highs both days 25 to 35. Lows toniehtJS to 25. Thank You To Everyone That Helped To Make Our 31st Anniversary BONANZA DAYS A Hearty Thank You From... GENERAL FARM SUPPLES Couth Highway Bex 1202 Highway 1 reported bare and dry Widening of one mile sec- tion of Highway No. 3 east of Fort Macleod is in progress. All remaining highways arc in good driving condition. PORTS OF ENTRY and Closing Carway V a.m. to 10 Chief Mountain Coutts 24 Del Bonita 9 a.m. to 6 Kingsgate 24 Porthlll-RykerU 8 a.m. to Wild Hone 8 a.m. to 5 RooMville 8 to midnight. Lofan Pan closed the day after a work stoppage by union printers prevented publication Saturday and Sun- AJlTrans World Airlines do- mestic flights were grounded by a flight attendant strike a 15-day strike ended at International Harvester Co. facilities in 11 U.S. states. Italian hospital doctors on a country-wide strike left patients at hospitals without assistance. They are protesting a request by hospital administrations to increase weekly working hours to X from 90. Doctors wen available only for first aid and emergency surgery during the strike. Elsewhere in gasoline station attendants were back to work after a five-day strike which closed most stations. The New York City hospital workers walked out over the government's failure to approve a 7.5-per-cent wage increase. Federal hospitals and some private hospitals were not affected. Job security was the major issue in tbe strike at the Dally News. HIT 11 STATES The International Harvester strike made idle United Auto Workers union n at plants in Califor- In- Tennessee and Texas.1 A union negotiator said the stumbling block in the negotiations was the issue of voluntary overtime and that it was settled in favor of the un- ion. He said the new contract maintains voluntary over- time.' Trans World Airlines flight attendants based in the United States went on strike against the airlines at midnight Sun- day night. About members of the Airlines Stewards and Stewardesses Association were involved. Production was at a stand- still today at most British auto factories because of a country-wide one-day strike 'called by the engineers union to protest the government's industrial relations policy. No daily newspapers were THE TAPES- WASHINGTON William fired as deputy says President Nixon's tapes of Watergate-related conver- sations should be examined by electronics experts to deter- mine whether they have been altered. think there should be some study made because of a lot of people are asking that Ruckelshaus said in an interview. published in London and uias- gow. Airline construction work and the docks were also affected. The strike was called by the Amalgamated Union of Engi- neering Workers which has more than a million members. Between and men joined in the strike. The union is protesting a fine of levied on it by the industrial relations court for its refusal to obey a court order to end a strike over union recognition at a components factory. 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