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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta H6 THE lElHBRlrjGr 1IERM.D April 8, 197J Govt'.rnnuMvt lo iv-Nvilo. labor iirl i ll.SH OC IOAN India (Renter) he among s luted be amriitlsiu'iils lo tlio l.a- lior Act ID allow (inns lo adopt three or fnur-d.iy work weeks, Labor MmUiT I'ert lluluil lold thr .Mberta Friday. Dr. lloliol .viM (Mr mcvit pKius mlrnrhur the during the session Tlu-y be cftcc-' iivc (or Uc told W.ilier Bixk CMtT Uarl! ill? govern- j merit intends lu rewrile the la- bor act eomi'trioly in fol- I'nder proposed changes, (inns uould he pei'nuUed to al- tcr Hie imrmal ruilil-lunir, five- day week lo. say, three 1'2-liour slnlls a nflor receiving approval ID do so from the u[ imln.sl.rial re- lations. 1MIACTICAL TItAIMXC ONK. Holsuana (API Bushmen [rom Uic Klior tribe who hunt llivir fcuxl by oulnm- nins: antelope their desert settlement may be picked lo represent their country hi tlie 1R72 Olympic events, officials said. TOKO.VTO tor llic first animal Asuu- ciiUion of CaiKidiati ision and Radio ArlisLs iACTRA> awards wi-re a n n o u n c e d Nominated for the Karle Crcy award. :is (he most onl- per tor me i1, was Cleti- i' v i e v e I'ujold, Chief Dan Gcorfje. Paul Harding, Uudd Knapp and (Gordon Nominees tor I tic (ioi'don Sinclair award for outspoken opinions and i n I e r i t y in broiulciistinj; arc Pierre Ber- ton. Peter Clcrald Pralley, Oresl Ulan and Jack Webster. The winners will lir naiuccl April M nt an awards dinnei' in Toronto. The performance a w a r d. named for one of the founders (or ACTHA, covers radio, tel- evision and film perform- ances. Miss Dujold has starred in bolli Canadian and interna- tional films, and Dan Georne is best known for his performance in the Ameri- can mode movie, LHtlc Dig Man. which earned him an Academy Award nomination last ye.ir. JALNA STAIl NAMED Paid II a r ding stars as Kenny in the CHC television scries. The W h i t e o a k s of Hiiild KJKipn the father in the four-part Iclevision drama. Talk- ing lo a Slrnnycr, aiu! GonUm I'insi'iil was I ho star a seasons of llu: television .scries Quoiitin Pur Ml1. Pk'iTi- Hoi ton luis hail his television hiU'rvk'W show for several scnsoiiF. PeLer is host of a OBC radio mominjl slum-, llurald Pratloy lias bpon a movie crilic on radio tor more Mian aoycm-s. Orest Ulai- is a Hali- fax radio and .lark Webster has an open-line program on a Vancouver 1'iulio sUUoii. j The 1972 John 1) r a i n i o I Award for distinguished c-on- trihntion to broadcasting also will be presented at the April 14 dinner. JAIL CAPE TOWN7, South Africa (AP) A speaker told Parlia- ment the food budget for South African jails, set in J927, allows 20 cents each a day for feeding blacks and mulattos and 40 cents for Asians. No figure is set. (or TUKUNTO ICP) Tlic Un- i a r i o Securities Commission said today it hold a "lu consider tlic fitness of cuu- litutnl ropistralioii" of A. I1'. Ames anc' Co. and two of its parlr.LT.s, William Neatly Mac- dniiald and Ronald Ale sunder CiUlltl. Tlic set for May will centre on disc Insures made? in tlie prospeeUis of Kaiser Rc- snuvces Ltd.. Vancouver, dated May and certified by A. Ames and Co. on June 21, Mr. Mautonalcl, in was an officer of KKL Investments a holding company set up to enahle officers and directors of Kaiser Resources and its U.S i patent, company. Kaiser Steel I Corp., to purrliase shares in Kaiser Resources. 1 Thirty-six executives of Kai- i ser Sleel purchnsed slock in (lie C a n n d i a n company through I KLll. Tlte eompnny later sold a large portion of its holdings at a profit. C. Lee Emerson, former pres- ident of Kaiser Steel Corp., had said the management of Kaiser Slccl and Kaiser Resources "de- sired lo obtain n broad Cana- dian public investment in Kai- i scr and aecimlinply, thu public offering in Canada j was not registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Com- mission." The Ontario Securities Com- mission, subsequently bcflan an investigation of the trading through KLR Investments but dropped the investigation oncn insider trading reports were filed. I3OMHAY. iet navy chief nnd n deputy de- cnce minister, said Kriday llus- ia is interested in u.sinj; (lie In- ian Ocean fur ils sjiaee pro- rain. Tin! admiral added that Uissia had no military or naval iu (lie Indian Oeciin and not interested in e.stablisli- anv. PAINTING STOLKN CATAMA, Sicily neuter) Thieves have stolen a painting of the Doge of Venice by a JGlb- ccnlury Italian master, Villoirc Carpaccio, from n house here, police reported Friday. They said (he owner of the painting, Giuseppe Casscr, 30, estimated its value at more than mil- lion. IL showed Hie doge sur- rounded by ambassadors. (from border to border with heavy-duty MF machines) KRYSA and SONS, LTD. now represent Massey-Ferguson Industrial Construction Machinery Division in the entire Province of Alberta. Main- taining a complete staff of travelling sales personnel and a network of mobile service. In Southern Albertti, look to ihe tenders STU GEORGE ED Y. "STU" ROBERTSON Munnger Calgnry Branch BENNE1I Colgnry Branch L E. "ED" T5CHABOID Snlei Reprclcnrallva Calgary Brcrneh JOHN KRYSA SONS LTD EDMONTON BRANCH 4100 1C3 Slrcnl phono 434-6536 HEAD OFFICE EDMONTON 45 Avt. Trail PO. -1100 Work resumed 011 Mica diuii VAN'COUVEH (CP) Con- slruclion lias resumed on the Mica Dam project on the Co- lumbia River, 85 miles north n[ Revclsloke, B.C., after n long winter break. Heavy snows halted construc- tion activity at the project in British Columbia's southern in- terior later last year. It is the i third and last dam lo be built as part of the Columbia River treaty with the United States, for laimcr .1 Calgary CALCJARY