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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THE inUBKIDGE HERAtD Wednt'iday, Novombor 55, 1970----------- iations suspended strike TORONTO (CP) declared master- ers of L'H.OOO striking with General Motors Motors woricrs look lo llu1 Ltd. broken off at niit tocrv to explain to tlu.'i night after tl c cui why" thcv have .siispom I'd nego- pany failed to heed a u u'on tia ions aimed at ending the dav s ri had advised GM United Anlo Workers bar- would walk out on the Tory MP critical p "Jf 'f ol (Juebec KINGSTON'. Ont. (CP) minister of justice) Just lice forces in Quebec are tratod" and Woolliams also Ehlon Woolliams. member the need of the Par lament for Calgary said don't reallv need Speaking to members of the j Measures Act at all. Queen's University need is some police Conservative Student infiltrated and w 10 ation, the Conservative justice critic said the present Quebec crisis i s t o "clean in the J V Events following the politica kidnappings have an 'amazing fiction of errors on the lart of the police, 5 The RCMP, however, exempted from Mr. "I'm confident mat the real police and the Quebec vincial Police don't want 0 RCMP in t He said he supports Opposition demands for a JF ujwof' 7 board to guard against ft under anti-terrorist "Where you give tlie of Justice "or the eral extraordinary powers, have to have "I don't trust any being with extraordinary ers. I don't trust Mr. The American J 6 r o m o Choquette, Society annonneed Lndwik Gross iminoalzalioa Spenf a pigs against lenke-mia. Dr. Gross, shown ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) at hJs homa In New nublican Gov. Nelson A. is chief of cancer 'eller 'spent in his at Bronx cent successful bid for Hospital, ikm more than for each the M received. He garnered a the cancer more than three million votes it had no scoring his victory. application to GOSPEL CHURCH OF 5710 2 1ST AVg. S. Theme -'DENOMINAT10NAUSM VS SPEAKER NORMAN W. TONIGHT THRU TONIGHT AT CONGREOATIONAt SINGING NO Super Savings At Thriftway W Ol c t f Q 3' w 1 01 selection of 88c SETS For Boyi and 3" (A V eellon At Hi 8. Christmas In Boxes And C (0 VI W Lighter And X 4.95. e-p NOW TJ A pCTTCC SPECIAl VlWHIlS 1 i W SIZE m AR ttr.UiAS a 9Q Ctn pf Ctn of V) H? 200 SAVINGS AT IT o. D I.D.A. AND REXAtl DRUG 13th Street North Phone Daily 9 a.m. io 9 Sundoys And Ho i( 2 in 4 ul 7 p.m. IQ 9 Super Savings At Thriftway talks If they had not been given nn acceptable offer by the dead- line. Union officials said they would set out today oil a Uiree- day series of meetings with (lie striking GM workers. Jerry Hartford, spokesman for the union, said the member- ship would be given an account- ing of the negotiations to date. Meetings wero scheduled for today at Toronto and Oshawa, Ont., Thursday at St. Cathar- ines, Ont., and Friday at Wind- sor, Ont. Jlr, Hartford said master talks now are off until at least the weekend, when union offi- cials may again approach GM. GM REPLIES GM spokesman Larry Gough said early today: "They delivered the ultima- tum without leaving time for the job to be done." He said GM negotiators would bo available if Uie UAW wants to negotiate but he was unable to say wheu GM might bring in the fall economic package the union is demanding. "There are so many bits and nieces that have to be settled fiiit, like he said. i We need to know where we are with these things." Besides better pensions the union is also demanding wage parity with GM workers in the United States. The snag in Canada also had an effect on OAW talks in the United States with Chrysler Corp, Chrysler officials said their setllement will depend on a set- tlement with GM in Canada be- cause Uie Chrysler contract cov- ers all Canadian and American employees. Chrysler has about 13.000 Canadian workers who are UAW members. In Windsor, a Ford Motors of Canada Ltd. official said talks have been running smoothly but are concerned mainly with non- economic issues such as in-plant working conditions. Travel claims probed OTTAWA (CP) The audi- tor-general's department found only 10 per cent of a sampling of "questionable" CBC staff travel vouchers warranted fur- ther investigation, tlie Commons public accounts eoirunittes was told Tuesday. George Long, assistant audi- tor-general, told the committee his department had selected a sampling of 437 travel claims filed between 1966 and 1968 which appeared to be of a "questionable nature." The investigation was prompted earlier this year when committee members asked to see all travel vouchers submit- ted by OBC staff. CBC President George David- son had said he would not re- lease individual claims but he agreed to make over-all infor mation available. The auditor-generals depart ment examined 437 out of travel claims filed by CBC etaf in the 1967-68 fiscal year. Oi these, 391 complied with CBC travel regulations. "The remaining 46 claims, 01 about 10 per cent of the claims examined, were found to include items of a questionable nature or which appeared to be at vari ance with travel the report said. Mr, Davidson told the com mittee hs has looked at the 10 per cent of the sample claims found questionable and a great number of them could be fully justified. The report said most question- able claims were for travel out- side of Canada. Mr. Davidson said new trave regulations were made in March, IMS, and these have helped reduce irregularities in reporting travel expenses. But i? was-hardly realistic staff workir.g in difficult foreign surround as Vietnamese combat file fujjy-documented espense claims. Pension hikes in 1 la-ember: 01TMVA Prijn M.infilr-r dfyhncd lo itm whether pro- fjosed in nld age pen- sions would be introduced in time to be added to December pension cheques. He told Stanley Knowles f.N'DP-Wirmipeg North Centre) the House- would know --'hen Iho increases will tafco effect whr-n the bill is introduced tin1 Commons, Ho did no' say when that v. t t f 1 V >v,