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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta _ TW UTHIMDCE HWAlfl WoAwtoay, April I, University Tenure Given EDMONTON (CP) PbO- osopby professor Ted Knap his been given tenure at Ihe Uni- versity ol Alberta, the univer- sity board of governors an- nounced here. The board announced tenure, or permanent posting, was given on legal advice and a court probably would rule Mr. Keicp had tenure two years Mr. Kemp iraj In 1K4. AD earlier recommendation from a board committfe. that Mr. Kemp be denied tenure, be- cause he had not completed oil doctoral degree, arouied stu- dent opposition. STILL STANDS The Old Stale House in Bos- ton, built in 1713, is still stand- ing. ALLIED ARTS COUNCIL CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT BRANCH WORK SHOP in POPPETS and MARJOWTTB April 10-11-12th! BOWMAN ARTS CENTRE if StuaWrri, Teictttn and ail Inlenaled in Theotro Arts. Call 327-1813 for WASHINGTON (AP) Art- I in an effort lo avert a VS.- At nihny shutdown Sainr- ly, the Senate labor committee is voted to im- ee a new contract on rain sbopemft workers. In other labor dispute, wild- it tracker strikes spread to several eitias, a mediator anted of a possible shutdown the four major New York daily newspapers by this week end and some air traffic con- trollers continued a sick-call work stoppage. The rails contract would fan- WHITE HEATHER CONCERT DIUCT ROM SCOTLAND CAPITOL THEATRE LFTHBRIDGI, ALIA. TUESDAY, MAY 5th P.M. STARRING ANDY STEWART FAMOUS SCOTTISH ENTERTAINER RONNIE DALE Singer, Comedian and Instrumentalist JIMMY BIDE Accordionist JOE McBUDE Tenor JENNIFER SHAW Soprano MARK SIMPSON Pianist at iflsnrs MUSIC LTD., MONDAY, Ann All SEATS S.ESBTVED TICKETS and S3.00 SFONSCMH) IT SCOTS COMMITTFI Of ST. ANDHWS CHWCH iailroad Shutdown Threatened Labor Disputes Plague The truckers were watching Teansten wion Befotiators in whs have rejected tl.UVan-ht posed fa the meat and ifrmiarlnri a contract with a wage increase over i similar three yean, troekcn hare begat carriers an in De- cember hut rejected by tfae Sheet Metal Workers nion for jurisdictional reasons. A country-wide railroad shut- down has been threatened by mflways if any labor begins a strike. The imposition of the railway contract, which provktes a 1S- per-cent wage mcreaae over two was requested by Presi- dent Nixon last month. Meanwhile, some of the truckers protested a pro- posed nationwide trucking con- tract by walking off their jobs la Angeles, Milwaukee, St Louis, Detroit, Oklahnnu City lolumbus and Cleveland, Ohio and some other areas Monday. selective strikes fjiintt (evert] Kpre- agree- Sheep Producers Mast Organize Or Disappear TORONTO (CP) Ralph K. leanett, director of the live- lock drrieian, federal depart- ment of agriculture, said today sheep and lamb producers, ket or the outing demand will disappear. Mr. Bennett, speaking at the Meanwhile, the air traffic COB- trolkrs sick-eaD ihafaca tinued for toe 14th day. Leaden of the set-out wen threatened Moaday with lass el their jobs by Transportation Secretary John A. Vokw. Ha said organizers from the Profes- sional Air Traffic Controllers Organization and those who he MSE Backs Chairman's Statement said have ethers to Co-operatrre Wool Growers Ud., said (Tarsitisn now constimtef only one pound in the 200 pounds of meat annually consumed by each Canadian. Mr. Bennett said that beef, pork and 000107 mJiutivu ban ah end j organized con- sumer markets for their prod- ucts. stop work vo'nld be fired tiroujh due Up ta 40 per cent of scheduled flights were caneeued Monday. Arrival and delays ranged up to 30 minutes hi some reas. Robert Stnrgffl, a PATCO spokesman, said that a number rl controllers are looking for jobs as controllers in other countries particularly, Canada. MAY SHUT DOWN In the New York newspaper dispute, mediator Theodore W. Kneel warned Monday pun- ushers and leaden of the 10 inv MONTREAL bnartof reel (CP) The of IneMonl- en- ions flat LETHBRIDGE FISH AND GAME ASSOCIATION SPRING BANQUET and DANCE RIVIERA ROOM- PARK PLAZA MOTOR HOTEL SATURDAY, APRIL 11 tofieiliiiMiili p.m. Banatwt 7-f p.m. Dandnj Cameos Orchoslra-9 to 1 a.m. Spmker, TOM O'KEEFE.OF CAIGARY, Alberta Fiih and.Gonw Aneciation Tidnta SaUt At 'NOTTS, pAtsbtn HAUWAJK, HBNTTI progress was needed in negotiatians to prevent a possible newspaper shutdown this weekend. Union printers, who tare been the most mfliUnt group in the negotiations, iiicreased their iressure on the New York nines today by lengthening their meetings tn four from three hours each shift. A union spokesman said the action car- tailed the amount of advertising copy sri. The unionists hsve rejected a 16.5-per-eent raise over three years which the publishers of- fered. Nonetheless, they have continued to work for a week without a contract. In San Diego, Calif., bus riders were forced to find altercate means of transporta- tion when the city's 87 bus drivers walked out. The Jilvns asked their wages of an hour be raised B cents orer two dorsed a statement issued by Us chairman following a warning by of its members that investors skstjU remove aecuri ties tut of Quebec. Fred Whlltall, exchange chairman, issued the statement last Friday after a eonfiientia] newsletter from Lafferty, Har- wood and Co. Ltd. adraed its clients in Canada, the Veiled States and Europe to remove securrbe. as! Mqsid assets at least ontil after tfae April M pro- vincial election. The Montreal investment oHBcellan and stockbrokers baaed their warnmg on a speech Mario Benrnn, provincial nee minister, which they in- terpreted as projecting a Com- munist or Fascist pohocal phi- losophy. The board of amrnars, who met Monday, endorsed Mr. Whftall's stalemeBt which said the exchange recogniiq the right of its members to express opinions although those opurons [TV HIGHLIGHTS! WEDNESDAY SPOsrB: Hockey Ck. 1: The Detroit Red Wins? meet the Chicago Black Hawsj la the first game of the Stanley Cup semi-tmils. DBAMA: asW HosUrk Ck. U: Debut of a new mystery series about a detec- tive, hb dead partner's widow and his dead partner-i ghost SUrs Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope and Annette Andre. DRAMA: "Mot Pails'." p.m.. Ch. U: B. tike the hr bifb judicial office is invohred in a KUand-nm accident for which a teen-ager is being wrongly accused. Wild Diana Mnldaur. LOCAL: "The Kant I p.m., Ck. 5: CATV Kg KTH9 oa vith a panel of local experts: scbuol coumellnr, psychologist, general practi- tioner and lawyer. MOVIE: "fitagtceack." Ck. 13: Rerun of the 1M movie aboot seven passengers of a stagecoach oa its trs; mnogh dausjetaus Indian coonlry. With AmvUargret, Akx Cord. SPECIAL: I Ch. A Wnninute look at the woes and Joys of contemporary ranchmen la a remote Wyoming raDey. THURSDAY SPECIAL: "Jains M Ck. 7: Canadian Schools [amats a Canadian cast m Sukespeare's classic of political betrayal and should not be ccii5idcnd M the views (rf the acbange. MesnwDue, on orders froo Mr. Beaobeu, the prmiDcial gorernment is conductnig an in- vestigation of toe Montreal in- TesboeDt couDseuors. Armand Haltau, nxnlster tn charge of the nvestigation, said "tt seems to us it first sight that it is pure partisan potties." Richard Latferty, partner ia Lafferty, Harwood, rtpfied that the firm had always made it a policy not to support any politi- cal party, either through cootri ijulious to unties or by public statements. IN THE CENTRE Wedged between France, Ger- maay and The Netherlands, Bel- gium forms a natural cross- roads for Latin and Germanic tirflizatices. It has. been de- scribed as '.'on eKrybpdy's way to everywhere." Anti-Noise ANN'S FABRICS DRAPERY Park On Our Own Private Let at a new Location to 3rd Avenue Out of the high rent district to save you day low, low prices. Compare price and yog'l find as tne best. A BIG VARIETY OF {TUVKA 2000) CRIMPOLENE Serve You Better from Dunlop Ford we wiB now feature every- quality anywhere in the chy Set At Calgary CALGARY (CP) The dry's policy comoiitted on has approved a traf- fic anti-noise bylaw recom- mended by the engineering de- The bylaw would set allow- able noise levels for vetasdes It most still go to dry eonnol for Hnal approval. The legislation committee set Oet i as the date the byUw would go into effect and in- cluded motorcycles and scoot era in tbe same allowable nt' level as psssengers ears. The bylaw seta the foDowini; decibel ratings: Uoder 30 miles an hour: M decibels for passenger can and motorcycles, 87 for two and tnree-ule trucks, 88 for tractor trailers and concrete mixers. Between W and 45 miles m boor: K, 91 and M decibels for the three respective classes. Over mites aa hour: B, 95 and 91! decibels for 'the same three types of vehicles. CJOC on the Hour Wthr., SporH on the Hour HWKT f.m WcrMif 4 Pjri TMitar HI Pirvh Hnn Piul ThUir :00 Rob Ingnm Coieim Lumtoi THvmSOAY Jim EIIM C4M Newi, Firm Shew Farm WottKr, Nm Ncwi. WTrr, Sporta Spcrrs Al Cipp Nm, Gram Prkol Ptiont IK'Shov Ntw Cwrrtry BUTT Ncn Glllcflng Geurmri Al Cin C4pp Pnta ia i: Nm Al C.pp CHEC Newi on the Hour Weather on the Half Hour EDHESDAV IICHT Clralul Muric Jwi Pxiter H. B. SIKH Dlrwr ShmaM B-rt Ptdnn BMK M Hm Sim Void a CNM Seil JhBlc tar Nlttn All THURSDAY Ron stem firm IB. 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