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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta f 14 - THI IfTHMIDOl HIRAID - Saturday, March If71 V of L work hit 'Walkout' talks Monday Representatives of union, construction management and the University of Lethbridge will decide Monday the steps necessary to resolve the wildcat walkout which halted U of L construction Thursday afternoon and Friday. Roy Berlando, secretary of the Building C o n s t r uction Trades Council, which represents all six of Lethbridge's 14 construction unions involved in the dispute, said, "The bone of contention is a clause in the construction trade union agreement which says every subcontractor that conies on any job must be unionized." Alberta Government Telephones has a contract with the University of Lethbridge to* install telephone equipment in the Project One building. Plessey Canada Ltd. (an in- Bouquet to city chamber for obtaining Claude Ryan The Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce has been complimented for inviting and obtaining Claude Ryan, a Montreal publisher, as guest speaker at its annual dinner March 23. Norman Smith, editor of the Ottawa Journal and himself one of Canada's most distinguished Journalists, was asked by The Lethbridge Herald to make an assessment of Mr. Ryan for the benefit of people whose knowledge of Mm may be confined mostly to television interviews. Mr. Smith sent the following: If I may so so I think it is an imaginlative and stimulating thing that the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce should invite Claude Ryan to talk to it of his views on the root question confronting this country. Claude Ryan is a man of sensitivity and integrity. His manners are gentle and bis wit and urbanity are a joy to his friends. In Le Devoir he has for some years expressed what many of us thought to be sound views as to how best to develop English - French relations in Canada. We English Canadians proudly quoted him when be warned his fellow French Canadians that they too must be reasonable and be Canadian. We found him then a man of great intelligence but now that he is sayinlg things we don't like we tend to feel he has gone astray. I did not agree with huh when he joined a group asking for the release of FLQ prisoners and I disagree with some of the things he has written and said since then. For example, I doubt the move to separatism in Quebec is as wide or popular as he is suggesting. But it is absurd that we should dismiss him as a voice no longer deserving to be heard. Men of the qualify of Claude Ryan are needed to continue the long dialogue of this country's future. By hearing him we can also answer him. ternational supplier and installer of telephone equipment) has been engaged by AGT as a sub contractor to install some of this equipment. "Representatives of union met Friday with John Hall, trouble - shooter for Poole Construction Limited, and representatives of the U of L," Mr. Berlando said. "It was decided Mr. Han would return to Edmonton to get in touch with AGT, the sub-sub-contractor (Plessey Canada Ltd.) and E. H. Stark, business manager for the International Brotherh o o d of Electrical Workers." Mr. Berlando said Mr. Hall would ask Plessey Canada Ltd. employees to sign a temporary union card which would in effect be a union work permit. "We meet Monday with man* agement to get Mr. Hall's results. If they are negative, union will not stand for any aon  union men working on the job "If the dispute is not settled Monday, further action would be contemplated by union." Construction of the Project One building is proceeding in complete accord with the labor laws and regulations of the province, said R. F. Comstock, co - ordinator of physical plant operations development at the University of Lethbridge. There is no requirement that government projects such as the university buUdmg must utilize only unionized contractors, he said. Hearing Thursday in city on nan-Canadian influence Stamp group to meet Wednesday The Lethbridge Philatelic Society will introduce stamp collecting to boys of the 11th Lethbridge Scout Troop, at the society's regular meeting Wednesday. The meeting will be held in the Gas Company Auditorium at 7 p.m. The program will be a slide presentation by Stanley Gibbons of London, England, entitled Hints for Stamp Collecting. There will be S3 lots of tamps auctioned - mostly from the United States, from 3926 to the present. There will also be some Newfoundland stamps from 1939 to the final issues before Newfoundland became the tenth province. Visitors are welcome at the meeting. The Modr committee of in quiry into non-Canadian influence in Alberta post-secondary education will hold a public hearing Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Marquis Hotel. The hearing will involve written and oral submissions from any persons or groups interested in the subject of foreign influence in educational institutions in the province. Members of the committee will spend most of the day Thursday a t pre-scheduled meetings with educational institutions, organizations and individuals. University o f Lethbridge President Dr. Sam Smith and U of L board of governors chairman Dr. Neil Holmes will meet with the committee at 9:30 a.m. in an open meeting also at the Marquis. The committee, appointed by the provincial government, has been directed to study: the citizenship distribution of teaching and administrative personnel; foreign influence on Canadian content; and training of students in relation to the needs of employers. Naming of the committee was prompted, according to Education Minister Robert HEINITZ PRINTERS & STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th $�. $. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS  Invitations  Announcements (24 Hour Service If NecoMary)  Bride Books  Thank You Cards  Napkins  Match** We provide Complimentary Personalized Head Table Place Cards with each Orderl FREE CUSTOMER PARKING ANNOUNCEMENT We wish to announce that ill MYRON HIRSCHE HAS JOINED OUR STAFF Myron has had a wealth of experience in the jewellery business having spent the past 10 years in this field. He is a graduate jeweller and is well qualified to assist you in any of your jewellery purchases. To Introduce Myron to our many customers we are having a BULOVA WATCH PROMOTION For the MONTH of MARCH Just bring In your old watch - regardless of condition. We'll give you a generous Trade-in Allowance ON A NEW BULOVA day date, automatic, sport model or dress watch in men's or ladies' fashions. ERICKSEN'S JEWELLERY FOR EXPERT SERVICE AND REPAIRS 519 4th AVE. S. PHONE 327-3525 Clark, by public support for more.courses dealing with Canadian problems and by public unrest at the hiring of non-Canadian staff. The committee is headed by Edmonton lawyer Arnold Moir. Nutcracker and Mouse King, rear, lead gingerbread and mice in fork-spoon battle. -WALTIR KIRSIR PHOTO Nutcracker Suite ice performance draws 1,500 By Ric SWIHART i highlighted by two solo per-1 Nutcracker, the good guy in i Snowflakes and Snow Queen r final serious note in the K By RIC SWIHART Herald Staff Writer A highly appreciative audience of about 1,800 crowded the Lethbridge Arena Friday night to watch the first of three planned ice review performances of an adaptation of the Nutcracker Suite. About ISO local skaters performed in the Lethbridge Figure Skating Club presentation, nun PL tl ^.''ICf'TJ!! THE OLD AND THE NEW - The new streamlined fire hydrant in the foreground has taken over from its veteran counterpart - all in the name of progress. The modern hydrants cost about $325, and are slowly replacing the older style hydrants as they become irrepairable. TO SYMBOLIZE FOND MEMORY Choose wisely the monument to honor your loved ones. We will be pleased to assist you. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL AND TILE WORKS LTD. "We havo been Satisfying Customers for Over 60 Years" 325 8th St. S., lethbridge Phone 327-3920 highlighted by two solo per-mances by Don Jackson, 1970 world champion professional. Jackson enthralled the capacity crowd with a true display of showmanship and precision free skating. He was awarded a standing ovation for both performances and encores, after demonstrating the jumps and spins which have won him accolades mroughout the world. The evening performance be-gain with a precision number by members of the club, which showed the tremendous work done by both skaters and choreographer Sonja Davis, the club professional Nutcracker was introduced to the crowd by the Arrival of Guests and two group numbers, one by the older skaters and one by the younger set. Dr. Drosselmeyer, skated by Grant Sorenson, highlighted the arrival of the party guests. Scene two started with a spell, which when cast, brought the Nutcracker to life. Bill Pe-trunik skated the role of the Nutcracker, the good guy in the play. Daintily dressed Christmas Ornaments and Christmas Gifts, described as "unbreakable" by master of ceremonies Bruce Seely, presented a show of precision skating in cumber some constumes, overcoming the obstacles presented by ice, costume and stage fright. Holly Maguire, as the Mouse King, men entered the picture. The "bad guy" of the play led his followers, the Mice, on a merry chase, finally running into The Nutcracker and his troops, the Gingerbread. The battle which followed, acted out with giant spoons and forks, saw the good guys win out. Donna Rude, skating Clara in the play, entered the scene with the Nutcracker transformed into the Prince. The Prince and Clara, skated by Mark Hominuke and Donna Rude, passed through the land of ice and snow, meeting Reindeer precision skaters, tiny Latest Teen Clefs record now on sale in Lethbridge Teen Clefs m the Orient, the sixth record by choirs directed by Lethbridge music teacher Anne Campbell, has gone on sale at Leister's Music Store. The record, the second to be put out on the Lethbridge-based Big Chief Records label, features 22 selections performed by the award-winning Teen Ctefs during their two-week visit last summer to Japan. The 20-voice girls' choir was the only Canadian group to appear at Expo 70 in Osaka at the express invitation of the Japanese government. Their week-long stint at Expo, which featured twice-daily shows on the Floating Stage, was followed by appearances in Tokyo. The record includes Japanese- and English-language songs performed at Expo, the Osaka Shoin Women's College 'and the Canadian Embassy in Tokyo. Accompanist for the group was 16-year-old Lethbridge pianist Jeffrey Caiman, winner last year of the junior piano class in the Alberta Music Festival. The Teen Clefs are former winners of the George S. Math-ieson trophy as the best junior choir in Canada and last year reached the semi-finals of the international amateur competition, Let the Peoples Sing. The choir was one of the CBC's two representatives in the competition. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldg. tjsjj PHONE 328-7684M QUALITY DRY CLEANING BY THE LOAD 8 LB. (NORMAL GARMENTS) PRt-SPOTTED AND AFTER-SPOTTED BY OUR ATTENDANT FAST SERVICE -USUALLY 114 HOURS -NO NEED TO WAIT -LEAVE YOUR LOAD WITH US -WEIL DO IT FOR YOU AND HANG IT UP -CALL BACK LATER INDIVIDUALITY YOUR LOAD IS DONE IN ITS OWN DRY CLEANER Parkside Coin-Op Laundry Dry Clean Ltd. 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Deborah Stimson, assistant professional, skated Marzipan, featuring jumps and twirls enough to excite every taste bud. International flavor was injected in the review with Tea from China, Coffee from Arabia, Bon Bona from Spain and a Russian dance and trepak. Waltz of the Flowers was the final serious note in the Kingdom of Sweets. On the humorous side, a group of young boys performed as tumblers while eight fathers presented Pudge and Honey. They afforded a relief to the applauding hands while bring on pangs of laughter. Pas de Deux was skated by the Prince and Clara, noting the end of their journey through all odds to a life of happiness. The costumes bordered on the fantastic and the lack of props on the ice surface enable the audience to concentrate on the skaters. In a nut shell: terrific performance. Final performances of the annual review are scheduled today for 2 and 8 p.m. INSURANCE  LIABILITY  BONDS  AUTO  FIRE R0SSITER AGENCIES LTD. 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