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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 6 THE IETHBR1DGE HERAID Wednesday, September 13, 1972- Postal walkout still possible OTTAWA (CP) The chair- man of the federal public ice staff relations board, Jacob Finkclman, Iras decided for es- Aulo company boosts stall' DETROIT (AP) Rising production and sales of its cars and jeep increased employment at American Motors plants in the United States ar.d Canada by nine per cent during the 1972 model year. William Lunoburg. American Motors president, said the com- Tiany's present total employ- ment is compared with lost year. tablishment of a conciliation board in the dispute between poslal workers and the govern- ment, leaving open the possi- bility of a postal strike before the Oct. 30 election. Mr. Finkelman said in a deci- sion released Tuesday the board should be established "without further delay" to try [o bring about an agreement between the two parties now bargaining for a working con- tract. The decision accepts a union application for the board. The government had asked that a conciliation officer be appointed instead of the hoard, a step that would have prolonged ne- gotiations acco.'ding to the usual pattern. Normally, if a conciliation of- ficer is appointed, the negotia- lions must also proceed through Hie conciliation board stage. I However, Mr. Finkclman, chairman of the board which is empowered to negotiate dis- putes between the government and public service unions, said ho would not want to see a con- ciliation board viewed as a hurdle to overcome before a strike. 1 wish to make it clear that I will not look wilh favor on any attempt to convert the pro- ceedings before the conciliation boards primarily into a race against he said. Following appointment of a conciliation board, the parties would have about Hi months before a legal strike can begin. However, the staff relations board chairman has consider- able discretion as to the time taken up with negotiations. The Council of Postal Unions, representing postal work- ers, asked for a conciliation borr.-d after their rejection of a government wage offer of 13- per-cent increase spread over a three-year contract. They main- Come to this Christian Science Lecture "ARE YOU LIVING IN THE by JOSEPHINE H. CARVER, C.S.B. of Boslon, Mossachusells ALAN WATSON SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 6lh Ave, and Mayor Magralh Drive, Lethbridge Friday, September 15 p.m. Ask About The NEW INVISIBLE MULTIFOCAL LENS (MULTILUX) ained that appointment of a conciliation officer would only obstruct bargaining. Bargaining for a new con- ract began in February, and he old contract expired In March. The average pay rate for all members of tha Council of Postal Union is an hour. C aiicer-p ollution. liuk suggested WASHNGTON (AP) The National Research Council says air pollution from the burning of coal, petroleum and wood may contribute to the increas- ing rate cf lung cancer in the United States. The council, in a report to the U.S. Environmental Protcc- tior. Agency, says the effects ol air pollution might be especial- ly dangerous in combination with cigarette smoking, which it views as a major factor' in lung cancer. It notes that lung cancer Is twice as prevalent in urban areas as in rural areas and is most prevalent where pollution is severe. The report urges greater re- search on the pollutioiKancer link. Suggests Israelis move- to Britain KAMPALA (Reuter) Jganda's President Idi Amin las suggested that all Israelis >e moved from the Middle East o Britain, adding that he un- derstands why Hitler liquidated six million Jews. Amin staled his views on the Middle Bust crisis in a jram to United Nations Secre- ,ary-Gcuoral Kurt Waldheim and to Golda Meir, Israel's minister. PRESIDENT AMIN understands Hitler 53rd Anniversary means: '4 carat of 'Certified Perfect" Diamonds only AOOO A specialpurchase mafees these Carat Weight values possible! With values like these there's no reason why you should settle for anything less than a 'Certified Perfect' Diamond! She deserves a "Certified Perfect" Diamond from Peoples. It signifies tho life-long union between two people. It's a symbol of love and lasting devotion. Whaf'CERTlFIED PERFECTMeans loYou: COLOUR: Each "Certified Perfect" Diamond Is especially selected by sKilled gemologisls to ensure a superior standard of colour. CLARITY: Each "Certified Perfect" Dia- mond is flawless under ten-power mag- nification and is guaranteed to contain no internal or external blemishes. CUT: Each "Certified Perfect" Dia- mond has been cut and polished by Use your money down! master craftsmen to ensure maximum fiery brilliance. Ask for details of our 10 ppiril written diamond guarantee. Due to the exceptional value and limited quantities available, we regret that we are unable fo accept trade-ins or exchange on these styles. CENTRE VILLAGE MALL 2nd Ave. and 13fh N. Opon Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursday and rrijay 9 a.m. )o 9 p.m. Telephone 327-1303 His cable said: "Germany is the right place where when Hitler was the prime minister (chancellor) and supreme commander, he burnt over six million Jews. "This is because Hitler and all German people knew that are not people who are working in the interest of the people of the world and that is why they burnt the Israelis alive with gas in the soil of Germany." GUEIU11LLA GETS COPY The text of the telegram was released by the Ugandan infor- mation ministry here Monday jiight. A copy of the cable, ap- parently sent Monday, was also cent to Palestinian guerrilla leader Yasser Arafat. Amin cabled: "Now we must consider this problem very se- riously jointly with the people who want to assist the Palestin- ians to remove all fsraelis from the Middle East and take them lo Britain which was respon- sible for taking them to Pales- tine." He called on King Hussein of Jordan to "withdraw his state- nient which he issued recently against the Palestinians." "Any human being can make a mistake except God. There- fore I have forgiven him (Hus- sein) bcfause of the statement I have made above if it is un- derstandalbe lo him." Amin said that the "imperial- ists and their spies" had con- demned the killing of Israeli Ol- ympians at the Munich Olym- piad but "the Israelis are the ones who actually should be condemned and removed com- pletely from the United Nations and Palestine." TV HIGHLIGHTS WEDNESDAY SPOUT: Baseball, 6 p.m., Ch. 7. The St. Louis Cardi- nals meet the Expos In Montreal. DOCUMENTAUY: Jacques Cous'eau, 8 Ch. 13. "The Unsinkable Sea OUcr" is a look at this gentle, intelli- gent animal. MOVIE COMEDY: "That Man From 9 p.m., Ch. 7. A parody of action adventure films about a young couple pursued by villains from Paris to Brazil. ADVENTURE: Jason King, p.m., Ch. 13. A monster and a masked cowboy are the ingredients in a believe-it- or-not murder case. INTERVIEW: Merv Griffin, 12 midnight, Ch. 13. Merv hosts married and Mrs. Arthur Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Parks and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Holtz. MOVIE ADVENTURE: "Port of a.m., Ch. T. An adventure film starring Christine Jonsson and Bengt Eklund. THURSDAY MOVIE COMEDY: "French 1 p.m., Ch. 13. Three inhabitants of an English resort import a French sex symbol to attract visitors. Transients scrounge for beds CALGARY (CP) About 40 transient youths had to scrounge a place to sleep when the Calgary Youth Aid Centre closed for the season. The number seeking accomo- dation was larger than the handful expected, said hostel director 617311 Wyatt. "But it Isn't a large enough number to put any strain on the city." Most stayed at the provincial men's hostel or found a bed with friends or acquaintances. The large number was prob- ably caused by a similar hostel in Banff, 90 miles west of the city, closing a Jew days prev- iously, Wyatt said. The hostel provided beds at 25 cents a night for tran- sients during three months of operation and was funded by the federal and provincial gov- ernments. Broadcasters elect slate CALGARY (CP) Elmer Hlldebrand of CFAM Altona, Man., was elected president of the Western Association of Broadcasters at the annual meeting here. "He succeeds Lethbridge's John McColl of CFAC Calgary at the head of the association which comprises the owners and managers of private radio and television stations on the Prairies. The meeting passed a resolu- tion inviting the British Colum- bia Association of Broadcasters to reunite wilh the WAB. The B.C. stations split off about 10 years ago. Dalt Elton of CKWX Van- couver, president of the small- er B.C. assviation, was a guest 'at'the1 Meeting' 'and' expressed support lor the proposal, which is aimed at strengthening the voice of broadcasting in the west. Ttare also are individuat associations in each prairie province but all come together under the WAB. Big wheat sale CHATHAM, Ont, (CP) The Ontario Wheat Producers' Mar- keting Board has sold its entire stock of milling grade 1972 crop wheat, more than 3.7 million bushels for Canada's world food aid pr-ogram. K. A. Standing, board secre- tary-manager, announced the sale to the Canadian Inter- national Development Agency Monday. Price was nol disclosed. ANGLO'S Radio TV Listings Programs ore lined by the radio and teloviiion ilclioni. Any variation in program ichedula is due to minute changes by the stations and is not the respon- sibiliry of the Herald or Anglo Distributors Stereo and Photographic Centre. CHK if Roger Chonnon with Contemporary Sports Morley McGill with Contemporary News WEDNESDAY NI6HT THnoinly Dave King Jack Ntuleld Buryl Clark Paul CJOC WEDNESDAY NIGHT World at Six John Watte r Request Line John Charlel a.m. Terry Vont Leo Dow John Davi King Nevu, Wltir, Sporl World Six CHEC FM. MON. THRU SAT. Don MacMaster Concerns (Bob News Hourly Wthr. Hclf Hour Corn I e) Don Kedman Don MacMsstir Sign-Off CBR Radio 1010 Calgary WEDNESDAY NIGHT From Ccurtenay World at Six Orchestra As It Happens Written In Rock Concern THURSDAY SportJ, Wthr Eye Opener From the Caplfals World at 8 Five Nights a week Eye Opener Summer Music This Country Radfo Noon StocXmarktt Take It from Hnllday Home RUN Ncvrt World As il Happens John MalaKorf News CLCC News Hourly "Weather Half Hour Doug Card Sears News See It It's at ANGLO MODEL TCI26CS SONY PORTABLE STEREO CASSETTE-CORDER WITH SEPARATE SPEAKER SYSTEM Take this unit anywhere. Feafureii tape selector twitch for chromium dioxide 3 watt ouiput through both pause button; adjuilabfa monitor sound Independ- ent of recording level; automatic recording level; record Ion can be pre-sel before recording lo check sound source; 3 digit tape counter; jacks for line inputs and oulpuri; iwing balance mechanism; aulomoHc shut-off in all models; SSI 6 speaker system, AC cord, batteries, one point microphone F99S, carrying case, earphone, handy carrying DISTRIBUTORS Steieo and flhotoplapliic 419 5th ST. S. PHONE "WE PERSONALLY SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL" CJOC-TV Channel 7 (Cablevision Ch. 6) WEDNESDAY Lets Make a Deal Teleprofce 7 [c] Baseball (c) Sports Week {c) Movie; That Man From R1o (c) News [c] News, Sports, Weal her (c) Gaslight iftHT Movie: Smiles of a Luncheon Dall HfgM Sum THURSDAV Farm Facts PJnocchlo Wfrard of Ol Super Herces Mr. Dressup Friendly Giant Our Town Pink Panther Trulfi or Consequences Nancy Miller (c) Hollywood Square! Ed Allan CO Take 3D Edge of Night Family Court Drop In Leli Makj a Deal CFCN-TV Lefhbridge Channel 13 (Cablevision Ch. 4) WEDNESDAY NIOHT News (c) (c) Dr. In tiie House Jacques Cousfeau Please Sir (c) Jason King (c) Sportsteal '11 Newi CO News Griffin THURSDAY Thought For Day University c.f Ai Romper Room Canada A.M. Yoga tc> Community Calendar [c> Fashions In Sewln0 Parlons Francals Trouble with Tracy Eyt Bet (c) 1n Conversation Berton (c) Beat Ihe CTocX Buckshol (c) Flints tones (O Movie: Out I Don't Want lo Gel Married fc) Somersel (el Anortier fc] Anymfng You Can Da Batman (c) 51 ar Trek (c) KRTV Great Falls Channel 3 (CabTevision Ch. 9} Carol Burnett (c) Medical Centre Cannon (c) Gunsmoke News Tonight Show THURSDAY Our World Salute Agriculture Today Show Today En MonFana News Price Is Right Doctors (c) Sale of the Century Another World Hollywood Squares Sec re r Storm Jeopardy Mike Douglas Who, What, Where Family Affair Gamete) Wild News News Concentrallon NBC Nightly Newi Ihe World Turns News KFBB-TV Great Channel 5 (Cablevision Ch. 11) WEDNESDAY ttewi llev.s Paul Lynde Shew Movie: Daughleri cr Joshua' Julie Andrews News Movie: The LUlle THURSDAY Farm News (c) News News Captain Kangaroo Secret Storm Niwi (C) One L11e Audrey (c) Dinah's Place Galloping Gourmet Three en a Malch Where Heart Is Dating Game Newi Split Second Search for Bewitched Tomcrro1" 5-03 Password AM My CMIdren Lots kite a DMI Newlywed Gttnt Newi ;