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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, October 24, 1973 LETHBRIDGE HERALD Three-month strike ends GATINEAU, Que. three-month strike by paperworkers at the Canadian International Paper Co. (CIP) plant here ended Tuesday as workers returned to their jobs. The return to work started Monday after the workers, represented by the United Paperworkers' International Union, ratified a new collec- tive agreement with the com- pany. Management expects the plant to be back in full production by today. The plant is one of four CIP operations in eastern Canada that accepted the new agree- ment. One company mill in Dalhousie, N.B., remains on strike. Gatmeau is four miles northeast of Ottawa. New office OTTAWA (CP) Willow Creek. Sask will get a 000 customs oflice, the public works department announced here. The customs building is ex- pected to be completed by the end of February Willow Creek is 50 miles southwest of Swift Current. Sask., on Highway 348. Jobless insurance payments fall OTTAWA (CP) Total un- employment insurance pay- ments dropped in August to million, down million from July and million below August, 1972, Statistics Canada reported Tuesday. It was the third month this year in which the jobless pay total fell below levels of the corresponding months last year. The other two months were May and June. In August, payments in all provinces and territories ex- cept Quebec were lower than in July. The average weekly benefit declined 96 cents to and was above August, 1972. The August report gave these figures for the provinces and territories: pay- ments million, down SI million from July and up from August, 1972. Average weekly benefit down for. the month and up over the year. Prince Edward Island- Total payments down for the month and up over the year. Average benefit up 79 cents for the month and up for the year. Nova million, down from July and down over the year. Average benefit down 10 cents for the month and up over the year. New million, down million from July and up from August. 1972. Average benefit 67. down 39 cents for the month and up 12 over the year. Quebec Total million, up 8 million for the month and million above August. 1972. Average benefit down over the month and up over the year Ontario Total million, down million from July and million less than August, 1972. Average benefit down from July and up over the year. million, down for the month and below August, 1972. Average benefit S67.53, down 84 cents from July and up over August, 1972 million, down for the month and down over the year. Average benefit 08. down 94 cents from July and up 08 from August, 1972. 3 million down for the month and million below a year earlier. Average benefit down 64 cents below a year earlier. Average benefit down 64 cents for Ihe month and up over the year. British 2 million, down 8 million for the month and down million over the year. Average benefit up for the month and up over the year. Anderson at conference Concentration marks the faces of delegates to a tri-level conference in Edmonion. The delegates are, from left: George Davison, Medicine Hat alderman, A.C. Anderson, Lethbridge Mayor, and R.J. Marks, Mayor of 100-Mile House, B.C. FIRE WRECKS OFFICE MESSINA. Sicily (AP) The Communist party head- quarters in Messina was almost destroyed in a fire. The blaze was set by unknown persons who left swastikas scrawled over the walls. Sears Pant coats ...great toppings a-b. Leather-look beauties of polyurethane-coaled coHcn Heaped with dyed genuine larrb fur Body linings of acrv'ic pile earned rriyun sleeves a-Bel'cd smoolhie Navy brown oar an >e I 10-18 b-Via-buck suede look Beige tan Sizes 7-15 c-Hooaed parkas trimmed in dyed aciylic pile Quilted rayon li nines We show just one of foiu cj'eat styles In Canadian Mist cotton- nylon 1999 or oxford- weave nylon. 15.99 19.99 Navy, purple, brown. Sizes 8-20. Hurry down, not all colors m every size Ladies Coal Department Simpsons-Sears Ltd.- at Simpsons-Sears you get Ihe finest guarantee satisfaction or money refunded and (ret delivery Store Houis: Open daily am to 5 30 p.m. Thurs. and Fri. 9 30 a m. to p m Centre Village Mall Telephone 328-9231 Act now and take advantage of us! Buy your Christmas gifts from Sears Wish Book and put it on charge pay nothing, no interest charges or payments, til! next January. But this offer ends Saturday November 10th. To ensure your complete satisfaction we suggest that you shop early selections and service have never been better. Wouldn't it be nice to beat the Christ- mas rush this year and save? For 24 Hour Service Teleshop 328-6611 Sears ;