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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta alurday, November 57, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 9 No air strike during Christmas season Thn union leader refused to 1 wage parity with Unili aso bo-, lie said the controllers have flic mon air traffic controllers Is Jews want to return to Russia OTTAWA (CT) -Air traffic controllers won't strike during the Christmas holidays, but a country-wide strike early in the new year is a possibility, says I n Campbell, president of the Canadian Air Traffic Control Association. Mr Campbell told a news conference Friday the control- lers will not "jeopardize the economy of the nation' nor the financial stability of airlines by striking in the busy Christmas period. He also said air traffic con- trollers were forced to settle foi lower salary increases than Negotiations for a jonlract began with the Ircas aise tere was liamcnt. pushing lo-work legislation. 1 he associa- tion might also have lost its collective bargaining righli. But by postponing any possi- ble strike until after Christmas when the econmnv would he KM, seriously affected, the associa- tion hopes to avoid tins threat, union leader refused to reveal the controllers' wage c e- mands because he no TCI. AVIV (AIM A nui Stales of Soviet Jew i s h a factor i said today they cabled K control-1 President Nikolai V. ditions in Israel. Various accounts put the number of dissidents at from m individuals to 200 families. The union lender refused Leads delegation to a meeting of the Organizatio for Economic Co-operation an It-oilers have not taken a strike vote because the do not want Future specials in this The Cypre Buffalo Roundup This television; specijls Monday, Nov. 29th., to r30 p.m FAYE JOHNER SHOWROOM HOSTESS CFCN-TV LETHBRIDGE-CHANNEL 13 thing, iry out ono of beccuie v 0> inlereiled in your pure bQck _ produced and presented by Enerson's 35 New Car Showroom Downtown 4lh Avs. S. SOCIAL SERVICES IN LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT The Salvation Army is now 6 years into its Second Century of Service to Mankind. Regardless of Race, Color or Creed. CAPTAIN AND MRS. H. COBB Corps Officers ond Public Relations A CAPT. AND MRS. I. K. SAYERS Correctional Officer end Welfare Emergency Services Services Immediately Available in Lethbridge Family Welfare Services After-care s.-rvices to Lethbridge Correctional Centre Protestant Chaplaincy Services-Lethbridge Correctional Centre General Counselling Services Suicide Prevention Bureau Missing Persons Bureau Fresh Air Camps (Summer Program) Boy's Clubs Christmas Hampers Hospital Visitation Services Outside Lethbridge Available to Residents Miracle Valley (Treatment Program for Unmarried Mothers Home (Calgary) _ Industrial and Rehabilitation Units Sheltered Workshops Harbour Light Missions Men's Hostels Receiving Homes for Women _ Senior Citizens Homes Alcoholics) The Salvation Army carri3S the Light of Help and Hope into countless lives that have been darken- ed by Sorrow and Despair. Family Services Officer Corps Officer Public Relations THE STAFF OF THE WEtFARE OFFICE AND THRIFT STORE VEHICLES USED IN SALVATION ARMY SERVICE Serving LetMMge Sinee. 1898 ;