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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Alberta Wage report rejected CALGARY Calgary's separate school teachers and the separate school board have both rejected a provincial conciliator's report aimed at settling their five month long contract dispute. The Alberta Teachers Association Local announced Tuesday that its members have voted 95 per cent against the handed down last week. And John chairman of the board's wages and prices said the board voted unanimously Monday rejecting the report. Both parties said they will ask that a provincial medi- ator be appointed. New deputy minister EDMONTON Douglas J. Morrison has been appointed assistant deputy minister of safety inspectional Don deputy minister of Alberta manpower and announced Tuesday. A graduate in chemical engineering from the University of Mr. Morrison is a member of the Association of Professional Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta and of the Canadian Manufacturers Association. Since he has been plant manager of the St. Quebec operations of Celanese Canada Ltd. Forest fires burning EDMONTON Despite a firehazard rating of the provincial government reports 12 forest fires burning in the all around the Lac La Biche with arson suspected as the cause. The largest fire is 200 acres 15 miles northwest of Lac La 100 miles northeast of the announcement said. The remaining fires are considered small and are all under it said. Crossing crash fatal FAIRVIEW Camile of died in hospital of injuries he suffered when his car was in a collision with a freight train in northwestern Alberta. Housing policy endorsed EDMONTON A policy of assisting Senior governments to ensure an adequate supply of reasonably priced housing for low income groups was endorsed by city council. Council rejected a broader policy recommended by commissioners that as a general goal the city strive to ensure an adquate supply of reasonably priced housing for all. The more selective approach was contained in an amendment by Aid. Ed Leger who argued that the city no responsibility to provide homes for millionaires GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE THURSDAY SUNSET H L Pre. Lethbridge...... 56 38 Medicine Hat 59 37 Edmonton 53 30 Grande Prairie 56 36 40 Banff.......... 53 35 Calgary........53 37 .02 Victoria......61 40 42 Prince George 57 35 Kamloops....... 67 43 Vancouver...... 60 45 Saskatoon....... 61 38 .03 Regina........62 34 Winnipeg 71 48 .11 Ottawa 68 51 .09 Montreal 60 50 .07 St. John's......39 32 .81 Halifax......... 39 35 .38 Charlottetown 38 33 .71 Fredericton 48 39 Chicago 74 66 New York 71 59 .01 Miami........... 88 67 1.01 Los Angeles..... 76 62 Las Vegas 100 73 Phoenix 105 68 Honolulu........ 86 70 Lethbridge Calgary Today and Cloudy with showers. Chance of thundershowers in- the afternoon. Risk of overnight frost in a few localities. Highs about 55 both days. Overnight lows near 35. Medicine Hat Region becoming cloudy this afternoon. Few isolated showers. Risk of overnight frost in a few localities. Highs near 60. Lows near 35. Mainly cloudy with a few showers or thunder showers. Highs 55 to 60. Columbia Kootenay Today and sunny with cloudy periods. Some afternoon and evening showers and isolated thunder showers. Highs both days in the 60s. Lows tonight 35 to 40. MONTANA East of Continental Divide Increasing showers later today with chance of some thunderstorms. Rain likely with increasing northerly winds east and north portions showers southwest tonight and Thursday. Cooler tonight and Thursday. Highs today 55 to 65. Lows tonight 30 to 40. Highs Thursday 45 to 55. West of Continental Divide Scattered showers later today through Thursday Cooler. Highs today 55 to 65. Lows tonight 30s. Highs Thursday 50s. AGRATEC AUTOMATIC BALE STOOKER Stocks 6 Bales in weather tight No trip no fully automatic. See KEN THOMPSON or KEN DICKSON GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Courts Highway Box 1202 Phone 328-1141 Prisoners would be paid Win TV honors Joanna Miles and Michael Moriarty hold the best supporting TV Emmy awards. Moore and Alda actor LOS ANGELES Mary Tyler the warm- hearted career girl of her own Saturday' night and Alan the brass-taunting Army surgeon of were named series actress and actor of the year at the 26th annual Emmy awards Tuesday night. Miss Moore and Alda were greeted enthusiastically by the trade audience at the ceremonies. Miss Moore feel like an orange who was just selected over an She referred to the strange new balloting procedure which had her competing for series actress of the year with Michael star of the drama The Waltons. It was the second Emmy in two years for Miss Moore. son of film actor Robert was nominated last year but failed to win. He defeated Telly Savalas of the dramatic Kojack for this year's of award. M-A-S-H BEST COMEDY M-A-S-H was named best comedy series of the 1973-74 TV earning an Emmy for producers Gene Reynolds and Larry Gelbart. Two Broadway Michael Moriarty and Joanna who portrayed the Gentleman Caller and the crippled Laura of the CBS dramatic television special. The Glass were chosen as the supporting actor and actress year. Moriarty recently won a Tony award for his stage performance in Find Your Way Home. The awards telecast got off to its usual slow start with a proliferation of most of them announced two weeks ago. Under the academy's new and puzzling voting talent winners were named and of the were announced on Tuesday night's national telecast. Ports of Times in Mountain Daylight Time F opening and closing Carway 7 a.m. to 10 Chief Mountain Coutts open 24 Del Bonita 8 a.m. to 5 p.m Kmgsgate open 24 Porthill-Rykerts 7 a.m. until 11 Wild Horse 7 a.m. to 4 Rooseville 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. MISS MOORE The early awards provided one delightful moment when Harvey Korman was named as best supporting actor in comedy-variety He was trailed to the stage by his sometime-comedy sidekick and lower in the Tim who stood woefully at Korman's coattails as he delivered his acceptance providing the first cioseup look of an Emmy loser. The television academy's jury overlooked four Amerian-made dramatic series to honor the British a story of servants in Victorian England. Other awards writing of the Treva The Lou and Edie a segment of The Mary Tyler Moore Show. writing of the Fred Tell Me Where It Hurts on GE Theatre. children's Mario Thomas and Friends in Free to Be You and Me directing of the Robert The Blue Knight. directing of the Dwight Barbra Streisand and Other Musical Instruments. achievment in sports ABC's Wide World of Sports and commentator Jim McKay. of the Jack Ken Mitzie Barbra Streisand and Other Musical Instruments. director of the Jan The on CBS Playhouse 90. of the Ted It's Good to Be on GE Theatre. Editor of The Frank The Execution of Private Slovik. About a dozen members of the National Feminist Party and the National Chicano Media Council picketed outside the awards site during the night protesting what they called racist and sexist portrayals of Mexican-Americans on television. Attempting to cut down the number of awards presented on the the television academy announced winners in the talent divisions two weeks ago. The innovation robbed the telecast of the with Johnny Carson as of much of its suspense. The third section of the awards in the news and documentary cate- be given Sept. 4. Nominations will be annnnnfoH in Autnitt MONTREAL Solicitor-General Warren Allmand confirmed Tuesday that federal authorities are working on a plan which would put prisoners at federal penitentiaries in everyday working situations and would pay them up to the federal minimum wage of an hour. plans are not complete yet but we've been working on this for a long Mr. Allmand said. purpose of the program is to pay up to the federal minimum wage to federal penitentiary prisoners who work on federal industrial The reason for such a he is to condition the men to the work ethic and enable them to step right into a working routine once they are released. main purpose is to get them used to a real work rou- he said. lot of prisoners who serve seven or 10 years are not attuned to a work routine when they are released and consequently turn to a life of crime. We are going to try to stop this by getting these men used to an eight-hour work five days a Mr. Allmand said the men would not be paid the federal minimum wage of 12.20 an hour right away. will earn that salary once they become fully produc- tive and not when they are learning. They will earn less while they are learning to become fully productive. instead of the people of Canada supporting these men in they will be able to support them- selves. The men will have bank accounts for deposit of the sala- ries and will pay income unemployment medicare and other normal pension do everyday wage the minister said. The families of the men will have access to the bank ac- counts but the men themselves will only receive canteen money they normally get. The bank account proceeds will be turned over to them when they are released. Mr. Allmand said a pilot project using federal penitentiary prisoners was carried out two years ago in a British Columbia construction camp with good results. work was done well and the men were happy with the Mr. Allmand said. PUBLIC HEARING at Pubfic Utilities THE PUBLIC UTILITIES BOARD FOR THE PROVINCE OF ALBERTA IN THE MATTER OF Public Utilities Board being Chapter 301 of the Revised Statutes of Alberta AND IN THE MATTER OF Gas Utilities being Chapter 158 of the Revised Statutes of Alberta AND IN THE MATTER OF a case of urgency respecting the supply and the price of butanes for use in highway construction and maintenance in Alberta by Cigas Products Ltd. or its customers. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING by Order No. dated May the Public Utilities Board ordered that persons managing or controlling gas utilities in Alberta named in the Order supply butanes to Cigas Products Ltd. at a net price of per Canadian gallon f.o.b. delivery point pay- able within thirty days after the date of the invoice for the pur- poses and on the terms and conditions set out in the AND WHEREAS the Public Utilities Board further ordered Cigas Products Ltd. to supply butanes to customers named in the Order at a net price of per Canadian gallon f.o.b. point of use payable within thirty days after the date of the invoice for the purposes and on the terms and conditions set out in the Order. TAKE NOTICE that any person or any party concerned or affected by Order 30762 may obtain a copy of the Order at the offices of the Public Utilities 436 Petroleum 9945 108th Alberta or 909 John J. Bowlen 620 7th Alberta. between the hours of A.M. and Monday to Friday. AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that the application of any party affected by Order No. requesting the Board to hear and consider such application and to make such further or other Order as seems will be heard in the Court House in the City of in the Province of on the 17th day of A.D. commencing at o'clock in the forenoon. DATED AT THE CITY OF in the province of this 23rd day of A.D. 1974. S. M. Bamett Acting Secretary ;