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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 LETHBRIDQE HERALD Friday, April 19, 1974 Lethbridge air firm supported GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) The Grande Prairie Chamber of Commerce approved a resolution calling on the provincial government to exercise its right under the British North America Act to regulate and licence Alberta airlines. The chamber said it wants Alberta to approve an applicaion by Time Air of Lethbridge to establish a commuter service between here and Edmonton. The resolution will go to the provincial chamber for consideration. If approved, the proposal would be passed on to the provincial government Time Air received approval from the federal government earlier this month for a restricted service between Edmonton and Grande Prairie but said it could not operate with less than three flights a day. Dateline Alberta CASE office opened CALGARY (CP) The federal government's Counselling Assistance to Small Enterprises (CASE) program opened its seventh office Thursday in Calgary. It was the first time CASE has opened two offices in any one province. The first office in Alberta opened Feb. 1 in Edmonton. Bill Newbigging, CASE co- ordinator for Alberta, told a news conference the second Alberta office was needed because of the large number of small manufacturing companies in southern Alberta. More than 800 manufacturing companies are located in Calgary, he said. The office will be responsible for the area south of Red Deer and to the borders of the province. Electrical Contractors Association of Alberta Lethbridge Chapter In view of the wage increase obtained by the Electrical Workers, the following suggested charge- out rates will be in effect from April 1, 1974 to September 30, 1974. BASIC WAGE RATE............. 7.80 ADDITIONAL EMPLOYEES BENEFITS 3 weeks vacation 10 statutory holidays Negotiated Health Welfare Negotiated Pension Canada Pension Workmen's Compensation Unemployment Insurance 2.06 ADMINISTRATION Office Staff Office Equipment and Supplies Building Expenses Insurance Bonding and Association Dues EQUIPMENT Service Vehicle Tooling Field Equipment 3.27 3.46 Contractors Fee 1.66 Total M8.25 Charge per hour 18.25 for each of the first two hours and 16.25 for each subsequent hours. Overtime will be charged on all calls before or after regular working hours at well as on Satur- day, Sunday, or Holidays in accordance with the union agreement, at double time which will be per hour. Mileage will be charged on service calls outside the City of Lethbridge. CNIB still doing a job EDMONTON (CP) There is still room for the Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) to provide "expertise and energy" in selected areas despite increasing government involvement with the handicapped, Ross Purse of Toronto, CNIB managing director, said Thursday. The CNIB must retain its leadership in blind rehabilitation and keep abreast of technological innovations, training and job opportunities, Mr. Purse said in an interview. The CNIB, he said, runs more blindness prevention programs than any other organization, operating such projects as a glaucoma survey, eye safety programs, grants to opthamologists and the eve bank. Man, 90, badly beaten OLDS (CP) A 90-year-old man was in satisfactory condition in hospital following a severe beating in his Olds district home 35 miles south of Red Deer. RCMP said Albert Schrader was attacked in the early morning by an intruder with a pitchfork. He was found unconscious later by his brother, and required 80 stitches to close a head wound. Police said nothing appeared to have been taken from the house. Driver plan continues GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) RCMP in this Peace River community said today they will continue a program intended to reward safe drivers although they have had difficulty locating drivers to reward. The program was instituted two months ago. Thhe RCMP planned to reward one driver a week. In the eight wee'ks the program has been operated, only two safe drivers have been located. Union reviews report EDMONTON (CP) The executive of the Alberta Local of the International Union of Elevator Constructors will spend the next two days studying an arbitration report in an 18-month contract dispute, says Bruno Schultz, a local spokesman. The dispute began in October, 1972, and led to a widespread strike of elevator constructors which Premier William Davis ended in Ontario with legislation and Alberta Labor Minister Bert Hohol halted with compulsory arbitration. About 250 Alberta constructors are affected, 110 of them in Edmonton. Scrap iron, exports tightened OTTAWA (CP) The department of industry, trade and commerce tightened up today on exports only to those who exported these commodities last year. The department will allow those already in the business of exporting scrap iron and steel to continue but no one else can enter the field. See. the Light. Wiser's Northern Light. One of the smoothest whiskies ever blended in Canada. Sears SATURDAY SPECIALS Limited Quantities Starts a.m. Personal Shopping Only Value plus Pullover Sweaters 499 100% acrylic in assorted pastels. Four styles including turtleneck, crewneck, jewelneck and tailored collar with cinch waist. Sizes small, medium and large. Reg. 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