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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Strikes cut newspaper production MONTREAL (CP) Strikes in Canada's newsprint industry have meant the loss of about tons of production so far this year but railway strikes have not significantly delayed newsprint deliveries from Canadian mills. A Canadian Pulp and Paper Association spokesman said Tuesday the lost production is a small percentage of Canada's total annual output of about 10 million tons but added that the shortage came at a time when newsprint users buy newsprint for heavy fall consumption. The strikes, which have hit Abitibi Paper Ltd., Canadian International Paper and Price Co. Ltd. mills among others, forced newspapers and maga- zines in the U.S. and Canada to either suspend some editions or reduce newsprint consumption. Demands for higher wages and increased benefits have dominated the disputes between the producers, which export most of their newsprint to the U.S., and their employees, most of whom belong to the United Paperworkers International Union HARD TO CATCH UP The CPPA spokesman said it is unlikely that the lost production can be made up in a year in which North American mills have been THE FINEST RETIREMENT AND RECREATIONAL COMMUNITY Blind Boy. B.C., Holfwoy C.lgory and Troni-Conbdo "toil mi a brochure. Phont operating at near capacity to meet heavy demands for newsprint. Newsprint users would probably have to watch their consumption of newsprint this fall but shortages would be alleviated, he added. A strike against Abitibi by UPIU members was settled earlier this month but CIP mills in Quebec and New Brunswick remain closed in a continuing dispute. Another employees of Con- solidated Bathurst and the Eastern Canada Newsprint Group are due to negotiate new pacts. The Abitibi settlement, which has been ratified by most of the 17 locals involved in the dispute, gives UPIU .members annual 8.5-per-cent increases during the two-year contract and increased fringe A union spokesman describ- ed the settlement with Abitibi, one of the nation's largest newsprint producers, as a basis for talks with other producers. Negotiations continued Tuesday between CIP and the UPIU. A union spokesman said the fact talks were con- tinuing indicated some progress had been rnrde. Sources close to the talks in- dicated the two-year contract demand is a major stumbling block in the negotiations. CIP's parent firm, Inter- national Paper of New York, recently signed a three-year agreement with its workers at mills in the southern U.S. Newsprint supplies were also affected last month by a strike which shut down Canada's railways but a CP rail spokesman said Tuesday any backlogs in deliveries caused by the strike now have been cleared. More woodlands control aim of five provinces .f h John Burch, Manitoba OTTAWA (CP) Govern- ment officials from five provinces say their provinces are moving toward more control of woodlands, to en- sure greater efficiency in harvesting and renewal of the "limited resources." The forestry officials from Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia told delegates to the Canadian Pulp and Paper Association meeting here that their provinces have created study groups to deal with forestry-related problems of environment, recreation, regulation of production and re-forestation. representative, said forestry management in his province includes an effort to solve labor problems in remote areas by hiring local residents. In Ontario, new regulations will allow several companies to work in an area, each one cutting timber for its par- ticular needs. Previously, licences granted exclusive rights to an area rather than to a specific type of wood. New Brunswick, which depends on forestry for a ma- jor portion of its gross national product and jobs, has a massive reforestation program under way. 4 major technological advances make Panasonic Quatrecolor beautiful watching. And Panasonic makes many beautiful ways to watch it Each beautiful Quatrecolor TV has four major advances built right in. To make sure you get the finest, most brilliant TV picture available right now. And continue to get it for years to come. I. Modular Chassis. Every Panasonic Quatrecolor TV has components on live modular boards. Each one snaps out for faster, less expensive replacement. If it's ever necessary, that is. 2.100% Solid State Circuitry. For cooler perform- ance more reliable. Because cool components stay in top condition longer. For more stable per- formance now, and in the years to come. Because the only tube is the picture tube. 3. Black Matrix Picture Tube. For a bright, clear, life-like color picture. And Ultra Pana-Matrix Pic- ture Tube in all 26" Quatrecolor models. Combining super negative guard band black matrix and new phosphor application process to create a picture over 50% brighter than any 26" Panasonic youVe ever seen before. 4. Q-Lock. One pushbutton adjusts color, tint, contrast and brightness all at the same time. And even compensates automatically for'changes from channel to channel and programme to programme. In addition, manual controls allow adjustment for personal viewing preference. A beautiful TV picture in beautifully designed cabinets. We've shown just four. Your Panasonic dealer can impress you with the entire range. From contemporary to classic. From 18" and 20" portables to magnificent 26" consoles, including one with Baker Appliances Ltd. 812 4th Ave. S., Lethbrldge, Alta. Phone: 328-1673, 328-1332 remote control. Panasonic Quatrecolor is well worth looking into. Panasonic is beautiful watching in black and white, too. From an innovative desk model with a 3" pop-up screen, to a grand 20" portable, Panasonic makes Black and White TV beautiful to watch. Some in very colorful cabinets. Some with Set-and-Forget tuning. Some that are 100% solid state. Some that operate on AC and DC. Most with Speed-O-Vision. And one comes with an radio, another with a built-in cassette recorder. And like all Panasonic TV they're made to look beautiful, on or olT. Ask your Panasonic dealer to show you Panasonic, in black and white. Panasonic just slightly ahead of our time. Tomorrow's Furniture Ltd. 1254 3rd Ave. S., Lethbrldge, Alt. Phone: 328-4133 Thursday, September 20, 1973 THE LETHBRIPQE HERALD- WooKvortH WEEKEND TERRIFIC BUYS L.P. Records Modern or Country and Western..... 1 Stereo 8 Track Tapes .93 artists. 2 .47 Dutch Bulbs QQo Daffodils, crocus', tulips, hyacinths, musciri .................W W 20 IOC Bars Assorted Lowney's gars Halloween B-B-Bats Halloween Chlcklets 69 Package of 48 suckers Package of 50 Halloween Suckers A Package of 101 suckers.......... Foamed Draperies Washable. Blue, yellow, and pink..... Plastic Drapes 93' I Boxed Towel Set piece set. Assorted colors and patterns. 2 .44 Cookie Jar Various shapes and sizes............. Tool Assortment 5 .99 Woolworth value 1 .88 Plastic Table Lamps Assorted colors........ Cream and Sugar 249 With tray. Plastic crystal. Cola Glasses 7 oz. boxed set of 9 glasses. Wall Pictures Scenic pictures of J.88 g.96 nature. 2 Slice Toaster 0 Proctor-Silex. 1 year Smoker Stands Lighted Base 1 A 88 poclrot Books Various shapes........ It DUUR5 ellery 1C Costume Jewellery Clearance 9o priced............... Aa Play Family Village Fisher Price Toy sale price Bucket Ball Game For children over 3 yrs. Toy sale price Assorted titles. 14 2 Tubular Rugs Assorted colors....... Shirt Matching Tie 3196' .88 Boxed set Sizes 15-17 7 .88 j Crimp New fall colours just arrived Girls' Sweaters Turtleneck, assorted O colors. Sizes 8-14........ Children's Turtlenecks Assorted colors. Sizes 4-6x. 2 .93 80% polyester, 20% Sizes 8 1 2 -47 Assorted colors. fizJ4fD c Men's Long Sleeved Shirts Ladies Pullover Sweater Assorted colors 7 ee Turtleneck. C.96 Sizes S.M.L I Sizes S.M.L v Bakery Special PINEAPPLE UPSIDE DOWN CAKE 2 Girls' Flannelette PJ's Sizes 8-14. Assorted colors..... i. Babies' Training Pants Terry knit. Sizes 1-4. rfjgc Ladies Flannelette PJ's Yellow, pink and blue flowered. Sizes S.M.L..... 2 .00 Boys' Pullover 100 Acrylic colors, brown green or blue Sizes 8-16............ Ladies Night Gown Polyester and cotton. Sizes S.M.L Ladies' Long Duster To match night gown. Sizes 5 .00 6 .00 CREDIT PLAN AVAILABLE ;