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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Power workers face penalties QUEBEC (CP) Striking Hydro-Quebec workers musi furnish broadly-defined "essen- tial services" or face stiff fines under emergency legislation passed early today by the Que- bec national assembly. The legislature worked until after 3 a.m. lo pass the emer- gency legislation aimed at get- ling the lights and heat back on throughout the pTovinco, hit by a hydroelectric strike nine days ago. The legislation orders work- ers U> return to Ihosc jobs deemed necessary for maintain' ing essential sarvices and pro- vides fires of between and J250 a day for individuals not complying with its provisions. Hydro-Quebec and the unions, o-.- their officers, face fines of between and for refusing to provide essential services or for counselling workers not to comply with the legislation. The legislation gives only a broad definition of what con< stitutes essential services or what employees will be re- quired to return lo their jobs. CAN BE APPEALED The assembly adopted an amendment, moved by Robert Bu'-Tis, house leader for Parti Quebecois, which permits either a union or Hydro-Quebec to ap- peal any order under the legis- lation to the labor relations board. The assembly adjourned until Thursday after a sitting that be- gan at 3 p.m. Tuesday and con- tinued with only a two-hour din- ner break. While the assembly was meet- Election rerun today HULL (CP) For the sec- ond time in five weeks the vot- ers of Gatincsu riding go lo the polls today in an attempt to (ill the national assembly seat left vacant by llie resignation of former solicitor-general Roy Fournier. Mr. Fournier was appointed a provincial transport commis- sion judge last summer. A first byelection held Oct. 11 was overturned when Mr. .Justice Arthur Labbc of ucbcc Super- ior Court annulled all ballots cast. The ballots carried consecu- tive numbering which t h e Unite Quebec and Parti Que- becois the losing parlies said could be used lo link vot- ers with their balloLs, thus de- stroying Ihe secrecy of the vote. Michel Gratton, a 33-year-old engineer, look Ihe seat for Ihe Liberals, winning voles. Harold Kelly, 30, Umte-Qjebec, polled voles, and Pier- rette Dupont-Rousse of the Parti Quebecois Pattern ing, negotiations betwee Hydro-Quebec and the Canadian Union of Public Employee (CUPE) which represents the striking workers, wen broken off. The strike Tuesday resultec in 319 unrepaired powei1 breaks aflecldng about people. Power failures also led to lay offs in industry and in or. case, employees laii oft in the Montreal suburb o Anjou. OPPOSITION CRITICAL In the assembly, the Opposi tion criticized Premier Rober Eourassa's Liberal governmen for being slow in acting to bring disuption of power supplies un der control. Opposition parties had asked for an emergency de bate last week. They also were critical of the sweeping provisions of the bill which they suggested was nearly the equivalent of an out- right back-to-work order. Labor Minister Jean Courno- yer maintained that it was aimed solely at ensuing tha essential services are majn tained during the strike. Mr. Cournoyer has caEed for repesentalives of Hydro-Que- bec and CUPE to appear before the legislature's labor com mittee on Friday. Insurance payments hit skids OTTAWA (CP) Unemploy- ment insurance benefit pay- ments totalled million in September, down 11 per cenl from the unusually-high total ol million in August, Statis- tics Canada reported Tuesday. The September payments bring to more than billion the total benefits paid out so far this year. The government an- nounced during the recent elec- tion campaign it had obtained a governor-general's warrant for an additional million to en- sure plenty of cash to pay bene- its until Parliament can vote more funds. TINY DROPS Clouds consist of nothing more than tiny droplets of water or minute crystals of ice. Pattern Nov.mbtr 15, 1971 THE LETHMIDCE HERALD _ 27 Add gay, country charm lo gifls with use-again stencils. Stencil it lively, easy way to decorate bedspread, curtains, cloth, pillows. Paint motifs with fell lip markers. Pattern 7032: motif patlern, easy directions. SEVENTY-FIVE CUNTS for each pallcrn cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents Jor each pallcrn for first-class mailing and special handling lo Alice Brooks, care of Print plainly PATTEHN NUM- BER, NAME, ADDRESS. II Renders Hail 60 Kronl Klrcct Toronto 1, Ontario Suddenly fl milrl day turns cold and how glad you arc to loss on the cuddly cape you crocheted. Dress is a charmer. 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