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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 310 THE UTHBRIDOE HERALD Soluidav, 13, I97J- EATON'S Sale of Royal Albert China Teaware Popular Royal Albert china pretty teaware you've dreamed of having since you were a little girl patterns that many of you are collecting already or would like to collect starting now prices that are EXTRA LOW for gift giving! Need we say more? Check below for a complete listing of pieces available, as long as quantities last. Then come in yourself or dial Eaton's Buy Line 328-8811. 5 Piece Place Setting Tea Cup and Saucer Plate Actual Plate 7" Actual Plate 8-VV Actual Plate 10-Vi" Actual Fruit Nappie Oatmeal (Cereal) Oval Open Veg. (Baker) Round Open Veg. Boat and Stand Platter Oval 13" Actual Platter Oval 15" Actual Sugar and Cream Small Teapot Large Size Coffee Pot Large Size Cake Plate 9" Tray, Rega! Small Tray, Sandwich Sweets, Assorted Shapes Salt and Pepper, Pair Mug, Handled Chantilly SALE Lavender Rote SALE American Beauty SALE Old Counlry Roses SALE 9.16 1.96 1.50 1.60 1.96 3.73 1.43 1.96 7.50 7.50 9.00 7.50 11.30 2.83 8.50 8.50 2.83 1.96 4.16 1.50 2.63 1.96 9.83 2.00 1.66 1.76 2.00 4.16 1.56 2.00 8.16 8.16 9.83 8.16 12.33 3.16 9.30 9.30 3.16 2.00 4.50 1.66 2.83 2.00 10.33 2.17 1.66 1.83 2.16 4.33 1.66 2.16 8.63 8.63 10.33 8.63 13.00 3.30 9.66 9.66 3.30 2.16 4.76 1.70 3.06 2.17 11.00 2.33 1.70 1.93 2.33 4.63 1.70 2.33 9.16 9.16 10.90 9.16 13.66 3.50 10.33 10.33 3.50 2.33 5.00 1.83 3.16 2.33 Chinawort, Second floor Industry-wide bargaining in coal industry outmoded EDMONTON (CP) In- mining Industry could leduce IT'S COMING SOON! WATCH FOR IT EATON'S GREAT TRANS-CANADA SALE IS PACKED WITH SAVINGS VALUES GALORE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT IN THE STORE BUY LINE 328-8811. SHOP EATON'S MONDAY FROM 9 TO 5.30 FOR ROYAL ALBERT CHINAWARE VALUES dustry-wide bargaining has be- come outmoded where the Ca- nadian coal industry is con- cerned, the Canadian confer- ence on coal was told here. A. 0. Ackroyd of Edmonton, >ast chairman of the labor re- alions section of the Canadian 3ar Association, said local and ndividual employer-employee needs become lost in large re- gional area negotiations. The problem of developing a closer employee identification with his employer's business can best be solved on an indi- vidual company-union basis, he said. This system has worked In Japan to reduce labor mobil- ity and create a sense of be- longing with the business. There is increasing govern- ment involvement in labor-in- dustry relations, Mr. Ackroyd said. 'I am somewhat fearful tbat tills overwhelming urge to re- write labor law is motivated more by the'political need to legislate for the sake of legisla- ting than for any real need to reconstruct the system of col- lective bargaining." He said the labor movement and labor legislators are pre- occupied with the possible dis ruption that accompanies tech' nological change, yet Japan leads in productive capacity and has thrived on tech nological change. The employment of a worl force that can be adapted to the new procedures and job created by technologica change appear to be the key tc this problem. TIME FOR NEW LOOK "It is lime that unions and employers re-examine such leg islation as the Apprenticeslu'i and Tradesmen's qualificatio Act with a view to climinatin; the restrictive features of tbi legislation which may curta: the adaptability and productiv ity of our work force." Mr. Ackroyd said the coa Kithiapper committed for trial CALGARY (CP) Michae Uatheny, 27, was committee here lor tria! in the kii napping of Marlene Hashma and ordered held without bai The committal came, after day-long preliminary, hearin during which provincial cou. Judge F. A. Thurgood prc hibited publication of evidenc Malheny, who had been frs on bail, was the only on of three men charged In th case to (ace preliminary hear ing Thursday. The others Donald Ifatheson, 27, and Louis Salo 29 were remanded to Sepi M after the crown laid ne charges. The men were original charged with kidnapping b this was changed to kldna ping with Intent lo hold for ran som. Miss Hashnran, 17, was tak< from her home Aug. 10 and lie 14 hours until her fathe construction millionaire Sa Hashman, paid rar som. The girl was released ur harmed and the money was r covered. Matheny elected trial judge alone and the others, w had been denied bail, pps poned their pleas and electio A trial date was not set. e capital costs of constructing it facilities and of mainte- nce by employing the skills its own work force Instead oJ ntracllng out. Construction wts often become outmoded fore construction began due rapidly rising labor settle- ents in the construction and Siding trades. Rumor denied LONDON (AP) Bucking- am Palace Friday denied a elbourno Herald report that ueen Elizabeth is considering uying a favrn in Australia. A jokes man said: "The Queen nd Prince Philip are not con mplating buying any property Australia." John Delaney of Calgary, oresidcnt of District 18 of the United Mine Workers of Amer- ica, said in an interview follow, ing Mr. Ackroyd's address that negotiations on an individual basis would resull in more dis- ruptions of industry. "Disparities in contract set- tlement would inevitably arise causing dissension among working force, whereas region- al bargaining greally min- imizes this possibility." He said he could not support Mr. Ackroyd's suggesting that profit-sharing could be a means of improving the employee's senso of belonging with the In- dustry. "The unions have no access [o the confidential financial in- formation of the company and could net be sure they would share fairly and equitably In the company's profits." :IP8T OUTHLOnD wrrren0' workshop FOR ASPIRING WRITERS SEPTEMBER 28-30 SVEN ERICKSEN'S 1715 Mayor Magrath Drive Lethbridger Alberta A government-sponsored writing course to encour- age beginning writers. SPEAKERS: Dr. G. Hardy, former Dean of Classics, University of Alberta, and now president of the Alberta Division, Canadian Authors Association. John Gillese, successful free-lance writer for 30 years, now first head of the Department of Culture, Youth and Recreation's Creative Writing Division. Delbert A. Young, novelist. Dr. J. W. Chalmers, Associate Professor of Educational History, University of Alberta, historical author and poet, Margaret Co fern an Johnson, author and supervisor of Creative Writing YVorXshops for the Province. Mary E. Da we, editor of the Canadian Author Bookman. Dorothy P. Barnhouse, writer of juvenile stories, piays and textbooks. Brewster, columnist for the Lelhbridge Herald and commentator for the CBC. Sponsored by the Creative Writing Division, Department of Culture, Youth and Recreation, and the Alberta Division, Canadian Authors Association. FEE: payable to Applications and full details from Mrs. Eva Brevjster, Workshop Co-ordinntor, Box 130 Coults, Alberta, or from the Creative Writing Division, lllh Floor, CN Tower, Edmonton Alberta CULTURE, YOUTH AND RECREATION GRACIOUS BUILDING YOUR HOME IN THE Westbridge Subdivision THIS AREA WILL SOON HAVE PARK AND LAKE DEVELOPMENT, WITH SPACE RESERVED FOR FUTURE COMMERCIAL REQUIREMENTS City Personnel will be at the west side site Saturday and Sunday, September 23 and 24 from 1 to 5 p.m. to show interested citizens the area and its planned development, for further information phone 328-2341 ;