Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Jerry Jjlana A. E. CROSS "Tha Mon Your The lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridgt, Alberta, Monday, April 13, 1J7C. PAGES I TO RESTAUtANT ANO PANCAKE HOUSE IANQUCT FAOUTItS KM 71 KOfU Air Canada Withdraics Service Time Airways Prepared To Handle Calgary Run Hoc than adequate air ser- plans to commence family plan U.S. B-52 STRATOFORTRESS PASSES LOW OVER THE RADAR UNIT TRAJN Planes Do Not Carry Bombs Or Rockets Monday-Friday Run For B-52 Flights Tin between Calgary and Leth- bridge can be handled by Time Airways Ltd. with the acquisi- tion of one 15 to 20 passenger turbo-prop plane, said Walter R. (Stubb) Ross, president of Time. He said' this was indicated burning a detailed study at the air traffic figures for the run doing 1968. Mr: ROES made the statement on the basis that the new Air Canada schedule does not show services between Calgary -and Lethbridge after June 30. He stated be did not feel it was economically feasible for group A aircraft to pounds gross weight) like Air Canada uses to operate on this route but the cities of Lethbridge, Red Deer and Med- icine Hat could best be served by a feeder service such as operated by Time, feeding pas- sengers on a high frequency basis to the major centres such as Calgary and Edmonton. He said, "The new Time Air plane would be scheduled twice dairy each way between Cal- gary and Lethbridge, to make good connections with the morning and afternoon east- west jets serving Calgary. ITTiis service would 'be in addition to the services steady provided by Time, serving the cities of Lethbridge, Canary, Red Deer, Edmonton and Med- icine Hat." Mr. Ross anticipates provid- fares which would entitle the wife of a full fare passenger to a K per when travelling with her husband. Another feature to be started is baggage transfer at the Cal- gary airport to other airlines. Mr. Ross stated bis company has pledged itself to serving the airline needs of the smaller cities of the province and feels confident the company is capa- ble of fulfilling this pledge on the Calgary-Letbbrklge run commencing July 1, should Air Canada withdraw its service. Calgary Workers Accept Award lag no fewer than daily1, each way siz flights Monday By RK SWIHART HeraU Staff Writer PRINCESS The United Strategic Air Command low-level flying training over SaduaUitMaii and berta wOI be BmikBd 'aays; per eaaS bomIor weekend recreational a maxhnun: of seven nights in any 12 hour day V- The Canadian air space is and to the Ml, pilots and crew practice oveiC unfamiliar territory.- The; actual tow-level done over Major Frank Jefieriet, miiion officer for the Canadian Armed Forces, Edmonton, said here Friday, "The exercises were cleared through toe Cana- dian department of transport and .the department of national defence. "The ffighti of B-52 bombers wffl take place Monday through elated areas. Arrangements were worked out wth the Sask. aUtowaii and'Alberta govern- ments before authnriTarimi was given. The. aircraft, from any area tn .toe western. U.S., will enter Canada'.south of Sack, at high altitude and start descending north of Prince Al- bert to a height varying from MO to 1400 feet The affitude is linnted to this height from the highest point in a 25 mile radius of the bomber run, The first bomb''practice ran was'east to west n a two-mile- wide corridor sooth of .North BatUeford.'Sask, .taming south- west once they crossed the provincial border to do He sees- ond run east of The planes start the climb back to nigh level when they pass between Medicine Hat and Lethbridge, continuing back in- to the U.S. No bombs are carried on the flights, and scoring is done Battleford, Sask. and Princess, cimws one end and radar equipment at the other. The route 'selected will have no effect on the operation of scheduled civil air-lines and little effect .on light aircraft and private flying.- AH commer- aaliairtines. and private pilots have received notification from the'department of transport on the route. Aha. The target train at Process and the supplementary vans at North Battleford wiU be in lo- cation until September. The train at Princess is the make radar unit, corating of-18 raii- .1 quar- eating and: recreation fa- through Friday, making avail- able a minimum of 140 seats daily on the Letbbridgelal- gary run. In addition, he plans to oper- ate twice daily on this run Saturdays, Sundays and.statu- tory holidays.' Calgary's "outside" city em- ployees voted Sunday to ac- cept a conciliation board's award giving them a 14 per cent wage increase this year, effective Jan. 1. A special meeting of city council is to be held Tuesday to discuss the award. "If the city rejects the award we will apply for a strike Jim Murrie, Tff- resentative for Canadian Union of Pubbc Employees, Local 37, told The Herald in a telephone interview Monday; The award would raise the basic laborer's wage from a hour to almost on 'par with Edmonton's basic of Mr. Murrie said Calgary's electrical woikets recently ac- cepted an increase of an hour on a one-year contract. "Why should, we be satisfied with only 40 The conciliation board award also gives the outside workers a one-year contract this year. In the past contracts have been for two years. Of the 614 onion' members is going to happen in media- tion talks with the city's 28 electrical workers. Both the electrical workers and the city rejected a concil- iator's award. The electrical workers voted 100 per cent in favor of strike action last week. They requested mediation talks. City hall reports DO dates have been set for the start of mediation talks with the elec- trical workers or resumption of mediation talks with the out- side workers. Conciliation proceeding! with the city's operating engineers are to start Tuesday and ne- gotiation! with the city police are slated for Thursday. Time also plans to inaugurate a-25 per, cent reduction in" fares for students between the ages of 12 and 22 years, with guar- anteed reservationE and aleo Grain Quota The Canadian' wheat boara has'announced-a two -.bushel quota effective immediately at Monarch, Nemiscam, and Whitla. electronically by computer at radar and stow, North Calgary Lab or Raps AFL The .'Calgary Labor Council criticized the Afcerta Federation of Labor Friday lor dropping its fight'against revisions of the Afcerta Labor Act Although the AFL.received Mae support among (be coun- cil, many members accused it of "seffing workers down the In i atiHg: utuuam and capita-toting to the gore jnent' Gary UtcbfieU, pnssdCDt of fhe Letfabridat and District La- bor Council, said, 'The AFL is by no. means dropping any fight, but putting 'quiet 'pres- sure' OB the government (trough the MLAs and corres- "We are not causing a ruek- He tald oponcil wol tne AFL i the pfCMut method of Found Dead 70-year-oW Taber man. was found Inspiring Performance Given By Lutheran Chorus igbting revisions B the act 'The guveiuuieU concessJone to mis point could revert back the original amendments if rushed the legislature nke the farmers" be said. Lke aD other labor officiab and bodies the provmce, the Calgary'council most op- posed to sections and .100 which would give the labor min- ister increased the formation of a' potato: tribunal o act as an arbitration board in 'emergency 'staatiom. ._. COBBED also voted to ask the proriacad gov- eminent.and the Lethbridge and District Labor Cpunca to separate .nwestiaiabMH By HENRY WAACK The Calgsry Lutheran Festi- val Chorus gave two perform- ances of Antonin Dvorak's ora- torio Stabat Mater at the Yates Memorial Sunday after- and evening. The group, directed by Rich- ard Langefeld, gave a well- disciplined and Inspiring '.per- formance of this beautiful choral work: The chorus, about in. number, showed sensitive acuity in controlling -sobtie nuances of tone, but the most notable feature was the chorus1 ability to generate tremendous power in the ctimuei. The work, sung in English, was first performed in Prague in 1880 aid has since become one of the moat loved works in me choral repertoire. This first-rai cnorw or) guuBy was futmed from th Lutheran churches in Calgary but is now an inter-faith chorus, as more and more peo- ple wished join i group de- dicated to performing the grea choralraasterpieces. Un- doubtedly K coDtaas some Calgary's finest voices. Stabat Mater is a work and follows the tradition of oratorio wit solos, duets, and quartets su- perimposed upon the chorus pins maTiy magnificent, fi> Dents for ubuui alone. 'While the ronsic was 'tradi- HO.T- CO iCX DENTAL _ dead ki kk ban is f aber Fri- day erening, Lethbridae RCMP oacfcM Coroner Dr. C. J. W. Dick of beet field, of southern moM Taber BM indicated there will Mr Utchfied said he had not received potificjtioo of the quest but bii council would look into the matter at their own dat- MDM6 LESSONS WHTMN AND B4GRH BWNC IBSONS Qualified Instructor vided many effective tiora. The lighting effects add- ed greatly 'm achieving the Phom 327-9192 SAVE -X 60% ON MUFFLBt REP1ACEMBITS WI HAVt; A Jf.W MUmiR MffWII MmUATION rm AM ttnuum AU AT atmosphere. The stag- ered arrangement of the sing- ETS broke tradition from the usual straight lines that most xruses use; and the attire of group was extremely color- For.the second half the la- jes changed to gold and.bhie owns, while too men wore r a n g e turtle-neck sweaters, ue sashes and dark trousers. >w does not have to wear a tuxedo to sing praises to the Lord. Musically, the entire, work as sung with great conviction and sincerity. K is difficult to igle out any part for special mention as the whole perform K on a high artistic level However, the quartet, Tears of pity most be faffing, sung ty herile Reilly, Lynn MacLeot Gary Kirkpatrick and Donak lancen, the bass solo May m; eart with ardour burn, sung by Arnold Dvorkin, and the fina quartet ami chorus While my jeod, and Mr. Hanaen were es- jedally praiseworthy. I'attended the afternoon1 per- ormance along with about fifty her people. I hope more peo- e turned-out for the.evening The attendance has been so MT at so many fine concerts atety that I am beginning Conference In Edmonton A special Indian school con nittee iuufeteuue is-heiDg he oday and Tuesday k the Corona ilotel hi Edmonton to discuss ____pfrtiaent to; Indjao ed catioi on md off the reserve Lefty and Gladys LilUe Bear and Louise Crop Eared Wei from me Blood Indian band and Nellie YeOow Horn from the Peigaa band arc the dekgates Erom south Averta. Varioui district .snperinieD- dents wiU be to attendance. w Alf Fvrcv. Vataruni Unn 34 BINGO M TM JAOCfCT tMnvt hi 41 NOT. TMr ody here is lying, with Walter eHh, Adele Baker, Lynn Mac- wlio voted, 500' (81) per cent) voted to accept-the award and 114 were opposed, feeling the award was insufficient.'About 60 per the union r Lethbridge's outside workers voted to take .strike action after rejecting a conciliator's award which gave them three wage in- I creases of 7-74 per cent at eight I month intervals. The city cepted the award. The basic laborer's wage here is an hour. The award woukJ have .raised the >asic v-age to an hour Jan. 1, WTO, to Sept. 1 and to 8.02 May 1, 1971. Lethbridge's 115 full-time and 100 casual outside workers are sitting back waiting to see what Hmr. Dwtan ond only hf PmcripHoM net MirvHit PrMcripHon Union a.m. to y Monday thru Friday Sahirdoy a.m. to p.l Cloud Sunday and mder if we really are a ver musically aware city. YOU CAN! 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