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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta UTHMIDOi Sunday Phoning Shows Increase Lethbridge citizens are tak- ing advantage of the Sunday 50 calls plan of Alberta Govern- ment Telephones Ltd A spokesman for AGT, Lett- bridge, said Sunday calls had increased 35 to 40 per cent Final Go Of 'Hostage' At Yates Fewer than 50 seats re- mained unsold this morning for the final performance tonight at The Hostage by the Play- goers of Lethbridge. The production, wbKi was adjudged best play at the re- cent Alberta Regional Drama Festival, concludes a three- night run at the Yates Memor- ial Centre. Curtain time is p'ra and the Yates box office will be open until then. The play, directed by aty cultural affairs superintendent Dick Molls, won six awards and shared in a seventh at the festival. Cast members are expecting word by April 11 as to whether or not Dominion Drama Festi- val adjudicator Roberta Dolby selected The Hostage as the western entry in the DDF D nals. The local play has three com petitors for the honor, including Cranbrook little Theatre's pro- duction of Harold Pinter's The Birthday Party. The Cranbrook work was the British Columbia regional winner. since the plan was put Into ef- fect Jan. 1. The provincial average in- crease for Sunday calls during this time has been per cent Between Calgary and Edmon- ton the percentage was more dramatic 92 per cent. Originated in January oa a three monlh trial by Alberta Govern m e n t Telephones, the plan permits Alberians to csll anywhere in the province aU day Sunday for a maximim of 50 cents for the first three min- utes and a maximum of It cents for each additional min- ute. In areas where direct dis- tance dialing Is available, the special tow rates apply only a customers direct dial their own calls. Where DDD is not available, the special rates ap- ily on station to station calls ilaced through an operator. The rates do not apply on person to person, coifed, hird party bilnng, time and charge, pay phone, or credit card calls. Sweepstake Planned The Lethhridge and District Exhibitioi Board has been se- lected by the Calgary Futurity Sweepstake committee to or- ganize' distribution for sales in the southwest area of Amerta for the race to be run Sept 5 in Calgary: Tickets for .the race, with prizes totalling wffl sell for They win 'go on sale within a few days under carefully controlled conditions by organizations approved by the Letnbridge Exhibition Board, as well as the office at the Lethbridge Exhibition Pa- vilion. Organizations interested In setting ticVets on the Futurity are asked to contact Andy Andrews, general man- ager of the Lethbridge and Dis- trict Exhibition. Davco Finn Announced Davco Processors Ltd. o Lethbridge is now an indepen- dent subsidiary of Standard Brands Ltd. following the an- nouncement Thursday of the sale of Western Realty Projec Ltd 's pet food division to Stan- dard Branca Ltd. Sam Cohen, manager of Dav- co, said today that the sale wnl have no effect on the plant oth- er than to make it an inde- pendent subsidiary of Standard Brands Ltd. rather than West- ern Realty Projects Ltd. Davco processes packing house byproducts, including lings, tripe, spleens and lips from livestock, for use in the Construction Associations Support New Labor Act Afcerta CnHbudMB As- aaeiatks) sod the Lethbridge Coaarntffimi Association unaa- moasly support AfcerU Labor Art whKB BM btea senter? crilkized by labor leaden. Late leaders id Seetioa M the iwnmmeiit the right labor pet, the Afcerta CoMtruc- uoa Aseaciitim ia punted a brief to the gjtveniund There vas absolute'.? apparition to be brief which approved the new act, aad there were iep- resentatirft from wnstruetioa which agreements. Worker, teal it _ step strike affecting "Sfe, property or >iial needs of the pubic." They say the new act win end collective bargam- at for per not of organized labor k AfcerU, Tony Bast of Calgary, RtaoOBS officer for the Alberta otioa Association, said a telephone conversation "The eanstrnetioB industry did need venal legislation to cure seme of its ins since an legis- latioa for workers was drafted lor the matwfaebnig industry rather than construction. 'We are gbd to see the gov- ernment taking steps to alle- viate the problems. This legis- lation win bring labor and management closer together, somettng which has been lack- ing for a long time." Mr. Bast said a construction representative on the Board of Industrial Relations was one of the Brat stops. "The represen- tative on BIR and the compul- sory registration of employer groups is real good for the coo- suudJuB industry.' The groups are employers who deal basically with em- belonging to the aam He taid taaotniftioa worker are tired of being brov-beatea by the unions and thfe aew act wffl afford the op- portunity far enployeri to join with other taiion cootractors to fight the leadens. power the union "It ii coming to the stage _ MO WOTlMn Wlfit wide prwrinee-wide win be to their-------- Mr. Kenwood said eacapul- tory arbitration, tailed far in concerned. "A strike dees not benefit anyone and whea. the people involved have it ft to- gether, concessions by one srie or- the other are gireB, and work progresses. "This new act will deflnkrfr result in better be- tween labor aad management" Teachers' Association Sets Balanced Budget dog food industry and the manu- facturing of wieners, sausages and some pressed meats. Davco ships these byproducts to markets in Canada, England and the U.S. ARTIST RKHAIDS AND HH Dr. Mary Corolir.e Richards, artist-in-rwi- dence ol trie Univeriily of lethbrida. recently opened a one-man .how of ceramics and poem in ihe Old Fort Whoop-Up art oallery. About 70 persons attended the opening this week, which also featured a sh.de nt-foculty presentation based on the rnultidisciplinary, multi-media aspects of workshop, Dr. Richard, The exhib.- lion, which highlights about 60 works by the artist, open daily, to Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Richards is to leave her U or I position at the end of April. The registration ermit, in the amount of 100 was issued'to Rolot'Prop- erties for a 27-suite apartment buttling at 160J Scenic Drive. Major permit's issued .in March, 1969 include. far Ericksen's restaurant and 000 for NHK Holdings' B-suite apartment buikting at HO North Mayor Magrata Drive. There were 18 permits lewd for residences with a coostmc- tioe value of or an K- erage of per unit com- pared with 16 permits valued at or per unit issued a year ago. by al- o ing position contract on 30 days' notice, instead of only at the end of a school year or under exceptional circumstances as is now the case; Favoring joint teacher-board committees to negotiate educa- tional, as well as contract, mat ters at a local level; IPPT Tfoa syibu w i vcio cav f most teachers answering Increased isoknoa bonuses qotationosires for an increase for teachers; n field services such as profes- No noon-hoar supervision be siooal in salary dis- carried out by teachers; xites and local organization and Teacher-control over the activities. number, type and function of The teacben also considered para-professionals sucfc as class- the matter of internal and pub- room aides; lie cDmnranscaaom to be of Opposition to any form of vital mportonce, and toe an- merit pay. Man Killed On Highway A Zl-year-otd resident of the Blood Indian Reserve, Alfred Chief Body, was killed Thurs- day night in a car-pedestrian accident on Highway 3, Ttt miles west of Fort Macleod. Mr. Chief Body was walking along the highway, about ).m., when he was struck by a car driven by Michael DooaW- SOR, 30, of Michel, B.C. Coroner Dr. J. E. McTarhh of Lethbridge has not decided whether or not aa inquest wffl be held. assembly a substantial budget for information officer Mrs. Donna M. Halstead's ment Patrick Mahoney Speaker At Model UN FOR CAR INDUSTRY depart-1 Fifty per cent of aD the kad produced each year is used in the manufacture of cable cores gasoline and parts for storige batteries. I QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 124 SA St. S. Mi. Above Copftof ivmittfft DIETRICH, C.D.M. Politics Of War MP's Talk Topic C3SCOTT 344C Tflis powerful 90-Wafi FM stereo receiver includes Field Effect Transistors to let you dear more stations more clearly, Scott Integrated Circuit IF strip for interference-free reception, and all-silicon output for instant power, Interstation muting gives you noise-free tuning between FM stations. For crystal-clear AM reception, chert out the 384, the version of the 344C. LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT TMfATKE BUI1DINO PHONt 32MOM By MARGARET LUCKHURST HeraW Slaff Writer "Because of tho lack of com- mon experience, your genera- tion and mine share the same attitude lo war, but we both agree that war as we know H is out of the question." Tliis warning was expressed by Patrick Marsoney MP' (L Calgary south) in his address to delegates of the model United Nations annual assembly In Lel'nbridge this week. War is no longer an option for mankind, he stated, and the United Nations can be instru- mental in contributing lo the avoidance of war. "All the confrontations lately between major nuclear power; have been fought by Mr. Mahoney reminded galticring, "as in the Grcel civil war