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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Wednesday, Septombor 1972 j FIREFIGHTERS A Belfast point shop blazes in back- ground as firemen hook equipment up To fight the fire caused by a bomb exptosion. No injuries reported from the incident. Bill said against EDMONTON (CP) The parties before he berta Federation of Labor the labor act for consid- ors automatic certification of during the legislative union when an employer next spring. found guilty of interfering AFL has asked Dr. Ho- labor to remove all provisions for A brief presented to the conciliation from vincial labor department legislation and suggests fines are insufficient to a conciliation commission- an employer from should be provided only at with organization of a request of either party. "whether by intimidation, were expressed be- cion or any other of "built-in delays, unne- The AFL says the fine of voting procedures that for employers violating the create meaningful collec- rent labor act is far less bargaining nor good labor- fines liable to be against union members and AFL wants relaxed pic- ficers in cases of illegal provisions and asks "The legislation is regulations prohibiting em- against the employee and all hiring anyone to work favor of the place of striking or locked- the employees. It also suggests INVITES all employees in the prov- Labor Minister Bert should be covered by terms has invited submissions by the provincial labor act. Space agency ordered moon COCOA, Fla. (AP> a special "First Man on lopes carried to the moon Moon" stamp before tho Apollo 15 astronauts were Apollo 15 mission flown by dered by a space agency David Scott, Alfred cial and billed to a and James Irwin. man then connected were 641 envelopes Hughes Enterprises, a to the moon, said offi- firm manager of the National Aeronaut- John Jacobs, manager of and Space Administration. Brevard Printing Co. in print shop manager said said here that Harold actually delivered between lins of the Kennedy and of the light- Centre ordered 600 envelopes because ha more good prints from tho run than he expected. 100 of the Apollo 15 envelopes were delivered to a stamp dealer, Herman after the moon flight prices he the envelopes to collectors for each. bank account was in in West Germany for each of the three Apollo 15 as. OTTAWA (CP) Consumer prices rose last month in all hut NASA said the trio later decided not to accepl any monev. principal cities for which separate statistics are kept, ranging from one-tenth of one per cent In Toronto to 1.3 per cent in St. John's, Nfld., Statistics Canada reported astronauts were reprimanded by NASA. Irwin resigned from the space program to become a religious missionary. Scott and Worden were dropped from the astronaut Food prices rose in all and reassigned to desk more rapidly than the consumer price index, tie said the bill for the tistics hureau was sent to Alvin The indexes, based on at Hughes Enterprises prices in each city equalling 100, cannot be used to Las Vegas. He said the cheque that paid for the work living costs between one from Hughes Enterprises. and another because differing factors are involved for housing and heating, depending on FOR GAYS climate of various YORK (AP) Colum- The indexes for August, College Dean Peter Poun- lowed by July indexes, are: St. John's, Nfld., 132.3, 130.6; announced Monday he has agreed that homosexuals are as fax, 132.5, 131.5; Saint entitled to a "minority N.E., 132.4, 131.0; Montreal] 132.6, 131.7; Ottawa, 137.4, 136.1; Toronto 135.9, 135.8; Winnipeg, 134.0, rau; Saskatoon ami Rcgina, 129.2, 128.0; Edmonton and Calgary 1336, 133.1; Vancouver 132.9, 131.8. August and July as are blacks, Latins and Asians. The other minorities have separate lounges recognized by the undergraduate college of Columbia University but Gay Liberation leaders have charged they were being denied the same recognition. 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