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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta lieivs wught OTTAWA (CP) Leaders of e major federal political par-.s arc being canvassed by the Public Service liance of Canada for their ews on legislation that gov-ns collective bargaining for iblic servants. A letter has been sent to tha aders of the Liberal, Progres-ve Conservative, New Demo-atic and Social Credit parties iking for corrunenls on laws tiich the public service unions jys is frustrating their mem. ership. The union plans to publish le responses in the October is-ue of their monthly news-aper, Argus- Journal. Claude Edwards, president oE IB union, said that many union oembers had been willing to ccept the voluntary arbitration rocedure that would eliminate heir right to slrike. IET FRUSTRATION But, he added, they have be-ome frustrated with the in-ihillty of arbilration tribunals o deal with many Issues, and he attitude of the federal jeasury board 'in declining to Tiakc changes in areas of agreement that are outside the scope of arbitration." Mr. Edwards said In a news release the union wanted to be able to negotiate job security aspects, but could not. He noted that it was not possible to refer to standards, procedures or processes governing appointment, appraisal, promotion, demotion, transfer, layoff or release of federal public servants in collective agreements. The tribunal is only empowered to deal with disputes Involving pay rates, hours o{ work, leave entitlement and discipline standards. The letter asks party leaders whether they would ba prepared to act to increase the scope of collective bargaining for the public servants. 72 PETS AND SUPPLIES NOTICES Jjeatlts, CarJs Of VLnL, 3n Me, D lit isc S day 1 noriams fn whereabouts pleaw con- V on V K a perior.i1 V PUREBRED SIAMESE KITTENS FOR FLe MIL atipalllon. Kowt klu, 31KS13. THREE KITTENS TO GIVE AWAY ona two female. Phone 328-UM. SIAMESE KITTENS FOR SALE. B Eight old, Oox trained. 110. Phone 3M-7KJ7. FOR SALE BY TENDER oot by M foot freme building- a! 37U 16th Avenue South, hbridM. ml or Under not Apply Builders Mar. Ltd., S2 (lullv grey kitten. Contact Lethbfldga Animal Shelter m-Wl. 6SM-S Tony and Lloanno N nounce Hie birth of their Se :ond son, Kendall Anthony, Al1- Margaret Thomas and Mi [i- Olivia Davies, both of St Lake City, Utah. He was pr deceased by his first wife, I or nora in February 1965. Funer 116 services will be held on Satu ts day, Sept. 9, 1972 at Z p.m., the Taylor Stake Chapel wi "6 Bishop J. D. Bridge officiatin ot Interment will follow In L e- Temple Hill Cemetery. Frien n' may meet the family and p their respects from 1 p.m. un prior to the service In the F lief Society Room of the churc D CHRISTENSEN SALMON F NERAI, HOME LTD., Din tors of Funeral Service. iNKERMAN Passed away 1 Picture Butte on Wednesday, the rtember 6, 1972, following a be gthy illness, Mrs. Natalie the tevman at the age of 65 hu us, of Iron Springs. The fu- Ml ral service will be held on rm lurday at p.m. in Martin co os. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, LI 1 13th St, N., with Rev. M. vi ubansee officiating. will follow in Mountain ew Cemetery. MARTIN Ta MS. LTD., Directors of Fu- vir ral Service. C4163 REGISTERED BRITTANY SPANIEL ace puppies. Phone 0. A. Addy, MS-8JS3, Taber. LIQUOR LICENSING ACT a gr PUBLIC NOTICE li OF APPLICATION FOR M BEVERAGE ROOM Ls LIQUOR UCENCE "ub Ic nollce Is hereby given that undersloned Mends lo apply to Alberta Llcuior Ccntrol Board for licence lo sell wine and liquor the glass for consumption only on E licensed portron of the premise! accordance wllh the provisions ol >e L quor Licensing Acl and the ri< gulallons made thereunder with re, ect to ollowlng described prcm- tr THEI55ING BARONS HOTEL BARONS HOTEL, ALBERTA V Jl 31, 33, H BlocK 3 Plan No. s< bled ons to this appllcat on shall be S ade loflhwllh to The Alberta Liquor U MI re Board, Edmonton. p ated it Lethbridge, Alberta, th s th day of Ausosl, im. H WILLIAM THEISSING 55 73 BUSINESS FOR RENT BEAUTY SHOP, 410 IJ-d St. K. PhOM m-mt. MEN'S WEAR STORE FIXTURES custom made. Showcases, display stands and racfcs. Apply 309 5th St. S. G DEATHS ne pr POWELL Margaret, pass- A i away in Cartiston on Wed- at ;sday, September C, 1972, at p e age of 81 y e a r s, beloved w ife the late Joseph Rich- u rd Powell, of Cardston, who c ussed away in 1954. Funeral ia jrvices will be held Monday, jn eptember 11, 1972 at 2 p.m. In hi 10 4th Ward LDS Chapel in Ir ardston, Bishop W. J. p ollingsworth officiating. Inter- A lent will follow in the Card- c ton Cemetery. Friends may o icet the family and pay their b espects from 1 p.m. until prior t 3 the service at the church. I. ,HRISTENSEN SALMON FU- p IERAL HOME LTD., Direc- J ors of Funeral Service. n C4158 Passed away at .ber, September 6, 1972, Ir- Ba ig, at age of 65 years. Fu- Ca ral services will be. conduct- aj from Humphries Funeral lapel, Taber on Saturday, ni ptcmber 9 at 10 a.m., Rev. "S enneth Morris officiating. Re- ains to be forwarded to Cal- iry for cremation. In lieu of awers donations to the Heart und, care of Humphries Fu- jral Home, Taber. HUM- 1C HRIES FUNERAL HOME TD., Taber, in charge of ar- p angements. WELDING SHOP WELL ESTAB-IHtied. Well equipped. Books available ih on request. Wrlle Box 145, Herald. Th LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOV- In Ing business. Fully licensed, van line in affiliation. West area. Write Box 11, Herald. Frank, passed Cl 'ay in Lethbridge on Tues- Se y, September 5, 1972, at the K e of 72 years, beloved hus- m ind ol Mrs. Ellen Flower of g< 26 6th Ave. N. Funeral ser- fl ces will be held Saturday, F sptember 9, 1972, at 2'p.m. in e Christensen Chapel, with P ev. W. J. Gamble officiating. iterment will follow in the r rchmount Memorial Gardens, i lieu of flowers those who ish may donate to the Native evival Centre in care of Tony uhl 1717 13th Ave. N. CHRIS-ENSEN SALMON FUNERAL OME LTD., Directors of Fu- f eral Service. c C4159 SMALL BEAUTY SHOP FOR SALE Is OR RENT, IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA OWNER MOVING. GOOD CLIENTEL VVR1TE BOX 10, HERALD. FOR SALE ACTIVE AND THRIV-Ing franchisee! business located In Q Lelhbrldge. Owner parllclpallon not m necessary. Write box 30, MOTEL AND MOBILE HOME TV, Blr-condilioner.. 16 pad motile home perk. Overnight OF THANKS ADAMS The family and I i ish at Ibis time to express ur sincere thanks to all our iends and neighbors who help-d during the illness and loss f our husband, father and randfather. A special thanks or the gifts, flowers and to hose who helped in any way. Mrs. Maude Adams and family. MOLNAR Funeral service w or George Molnar, native son Q, if Szoreg, Hungary, who died fj the city Tuesday, Aug. 29, B 972, at the age of 64 years, was 0 eld at p.m. Friday in tfartin Bros. Traditional Chap- f :1, 812 3rd Ave. S., with Rev. J