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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta THE ICTHBRIDGE HERAID Tuesday, No 12 THE inHBRlDGt MW'------ Fiddler on the Hoof sparkles the Theatre at the ISv DON II.MiKKK Slufl "ritcr ,he llnnf. The eroatcst musical .if Ihrm all. Sonic that greatness man- aged to oome l.othbri'iRi1 Musical pi-driiir-tidi! niilht Vales Must of Ilie dri'atni-sr, was in of Jack WarlHirton's i'cvye W'arburton was the real siOTkle in a that was marred hy .'relies: ral miscues mil rnuflli'd hues. Much in Hi'- WC'" 'uddisli Tumor of the was missed 'n pwlv enunciated punch tailor, "He's so jxwr. Hum can't gel worse, only better. Maybe Warburton had tli. thoiieht in mind as ht' ll't'IT'1 i a niiscue. i Linda .Johnson rang true and lo her usual high standard. I clear throughout the. show. and stage settings i Joan Watcrfield handled the ght out part of Tcvyes's wife Golde wllt 5 her usual professional way. The company seemed to rue j vojcc was a bit weak in a to the occasion when the who! j chonis was on stage. Perhaps j there is courage in immhcr. The chorus beautifully out some of the groat I lines Fiddler. The soloist, ought to steal a page from their book. In spite uf a few weak voices, ami a few muffled lines and cues, Fiddler is a production I well worth seeing. Surely no I one begrudged them the price i of the ticket. In addition t" Warburton, i there were some other stand- outs in the cast. Lois f'onfi- worth turned in an unforget- table performance as the matchmaker. Frank Featherstone sparkled few parts of the show. The Muriel Jolliffe choreo- graphed dream sequence and wedding scene were the real high were definitely lent atmosphere the austere circumstances the 1005 Russian village AnMcvka. I feel that the finest perform- ance may be later in the 12 points of the show, well up i night scheduled run. __ School mailing cost I tton from a tuirley house. As Tevye said of Motel the I voices Three thousand dollars. appear to be unimportant are That is what the four school in fact, very important and that boards in Lethbridge and is cue reason this ttoj; Wolf the butcher. The cine Hat paid to bring taxpay- I taken so said Mr. Bo, as. Sheila Pisko a n rl ers up to date on teacher con-1 _________________i tract negotiations. i mailed to of Ben Plumer past chairman of Wheat Pool, dies at 82 Ben S. chairman -ecto Plumer long-time i Pool died at the age of 62. if the- hoard of di- i He was named a director of the Vberta Wheat the Wheat Pool in 1923 when it formed, and served contin- uously until his retirement in ifbl.'fle named chairman of the board in 1943. He settled in the Bassano dis- trict in 191! and farmed a MO- acre dryland farm and a 320- acre irrigated farm. He grazed acres of rangeland be- ta con Bassano and Brooks for many years. Mr. Plumer was also widely A circular was mailed to ap-; I proximatcly tomes in the i two cities today, at a cost of 12 cents each. "It is money well-spent as far as we are said John Boras, chairman of the Lethbridge separate school; board ar.d chief school board negotiator. "We felt we had to let Lire people know what was going on.1' The four-page circular deals with four main terms in the cur- rent negotiations negotiation procedures and developments, working conditions cf teachers, the consultation clause and wages. Mr. Boras said the boards telt the cost of the circulars are minimal considering "the known throughout the province total amount of money we are as an active participant in the dealing with." now-defunct United Farmers of Alberta and the Alberta eration of Agriculture. He expounded the iheon Fed- that the sound development of the co-operative movement was ne- Jlr. Boras said each teach-1 ir. in order to protect the i ing minute in Lethbridge t-j nei-s from exploitation and schools costs the boards to make them a power in the "We have had to move very nation's affairs. carefully because ite-rr-s that By RtTlY HAUGEN'EDER Staff Writer A "Buv" campaign may be soon introduced by the labor federations of Canada's four western provinces. RCA- Jamha, president of the Alberta Federation of Labor, says he will push for the cam- paign at a meeting of western labor leaders to be held in Van- couver soon. If the "Buy Canadian" pro- g-ram is endorsed at the meet- ing it will be forwarded to the Canadian Labor Congress for introduction on a rational j During a telephone interview with The Herald, Mr. Jamha said the move is necessary to stimulate an economy which is being seriously affected by the U.S. import restrictions on manufactured goods. Imposition of the 10 per cent surcharge is having a serious "We are dealing with enoug money that one per cent c even one-half of one per cent' possession in Alberta, is something that you can't just' Trichrcep's defence was he shrug important." i shot the deer on his first hunt- j ......jn? he had thought it; was a white-Uil deer. In setting the fine Judge A. H. Elforcf said. "Everyone who goes hunting must be aware of what they are shooting, before i they pull" the trigger." The judge reduced the fine lo 5100 from J150 because Trich- roep was not an experienced hunter. i Tile carcass of the mule deer K as confiscated and Trichroci, prohibited from big game in Alberta year. in Canadian companies. damn good products.1' he said. Wayne Stoliter. 24. also of "More pride in our own tal-; The idea of setting up a fed-1 U-vlibndge was fined S4fi aiter ents should be developed. era! screening board to restrict hs pleaded guilty to hunting big "Canadian companies produce i further foreign ownership of in-; game without the proper red dustry in Canada is favored by i protective colored coat and the AFL A fish and wildlife officer A screening board couldn't stolitcr na'J bcc" The negotiations have been under way for approximately 18 montlis. Insufficient knowledge of Al- berta big game hunting regula- tions in fines for two LcJibridge men. Daniel Triechrocp. 18. was fined S100 after he pleaded guiltv to being in possession of a female mule deer. A fish and wildlife official said it was illegal to shoot or j have a female mule deer in Seven Labor leaders seeking new 'Buv Canadian campaign WIN A second of f above arc 'He printed in the BOOK The four pictures je picture groupings to be Herald every Tuesday. These who are able 1o name oil twenty books from which the pictures were taken will be eligible for a prize. Forms are obtainable from the library, or individuals may keep ibeir own list. under 14 may take part in this contest. Poultrv men welcome easing of iiilerproviiicial trade i'itit- Hereford meet The annual meeting of the. Southern Alberta Hereford Club will be held Thursday at a.m. in the board room at the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion. Starting at p.m.. the Southern Alberta Cattlemen's Association will hold its annual meeting on the mezzanine floor of the pavilion. All regular business pertain- ing lo an annual meeting wrill be dealt with by both organi- sations. I Christmas Seals well The Kinsmen TB Christmas Real campaign is Hearing the half-way mark with contribu- tions totalling The organization received Monday, pushing the total to per cent of the ob- jective. Economic aid available Local industries which have been adversely affected by the United States import surtax im- posed on Aug. 15 can contact the Lethbridge Economic De- velopment Office concerning the Employment Support Art regu- lations. The program has been intro- further-dampen the Canadian j investment climate any more than current U.S. economic pol-! icies have, Mr. Jamha said. i Due to U.S. economic policies ifc is "almost popular" for Am- erican controlled companies "to; shut down plants, lay off men. and go home." This country must attempt to attract other foreign noted hunting with no hat ar.d a attract oiner loieiyi I'll ment dollars Mo this country, Q-J- Poultry producers and pro-: berta Poultr; cessors 'have been against in- j Thursday et. tcrprovir.dal trade restrictions i He Stoliter's defence was he had slart anci welcome cers just recently moved to Alberta attempts to relax them. from B.C., where the hunting Alberta was the last prov- ince to impose interprovincial trade restrictions for agricul- tural products and only did so after all other provinces had imposed them, Ralph Effler, president of the Southern Al- black and red checkered jack- regulations are not as strict. Psychology he said. Other nations, such as Ger- duced to encourage companies j rnany and Japan, have the ne-. to maintain employment during j ccssary expertise in develop- j a hardship p.-riod caused by j Of secondary- industry to any foreign import surtax. j stimulate the growth of second- Dennis O'Connell, director of ary industry in Canada. If the U.S. sees other nations digging into Canadian re- sources they may have a sec- Council, said said the Alberta produ- nd processors have a ready market in British Co- lumbia and are not afraid of competition from eastern Can- ada because of the distance fac- tor. Alberta lias never over-pro- duced in the poultry industry, he said. TANCO MILLWORK PRODUCTS Lethbridge Sales Office Now Temporarily Located At 2716 12 Ave. South Phone 327-5161 Economic Development, said it is doubtful any local industries have been affected by the U.S. import tax. However, he said, applica- tions and further information effect on the Canadian manu- facturing industry while en- couraging low labor intensity development of raw rcsourses, eThe" "Buv Canadian" pro-! arTavaTable at the Economic j ed" to show gram he said would boost.; Development Office, 1003 4th nata resources are not for Manufacturing production and Ave. S. in case such conditions them alone, stimulate Canadians into in-, do exist. ond look at Canadian needs, he said. It may be the 'lever nced- the U.S. that C-a- The buck starts here: 77% to 85% of your dollars buys invest- ment units, the remainder buys life insurance. Get into a growth situation with built in guarantees: Manulife Investor, a variable insurance plan. Call your nearest Manufacturers Life Representative MANUFACTURERS LIFE Cars collide A two-car collision at the in- i tersection of 18th Ave. and 17th i St. S. Saturday afternoon rc- suited in no injuries. i The accident, between Harold j Brown. 1020 28th St. S., travcl- 1 ling south and Doris Delcig. I nan Scenic Drhc. travelling cast, caused damage. Wednesday The premiere showing of fi motion picture on child psy- j j etiology will be held Wedncs-1 I day at 8 p.m. in St. Andrew's i Presbyterian Church. 1 The half-hour film includes interviews by a University of Rochester. New- York psychol- ij-nst, with a number of riiil- His questions explore children's physical, moral and religious unticr.-.fandings of their world, and are intended to j j illustrate ways in which tli'- cruidren look at things. The film is in layman's Ian- guage, and shmild help parents irk-mify the thought pa'.lcrns of children, and to unders'.-irrl thr communication barriers which develop between children ami adults. The film Is open to UK- pub- lic. the special employment Plan: Il13u3 WOITKS SEE WHAT THE LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE CAN OFFER YOU Daytime Courses and Programs in Business Education: SECKtTARIAL COURSES (Typing, Shorthand, Accounting, Data Procftinn'j BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION COURSES (Accounting, Eeonomici, Bin in on taw, Dalu Procftii n' Statiiliei Human Personnel, Morchondufi A minislrntion, Advertising, Hote MDtcl Accounting, food nnd Bflvortign Control) For info Jnnunry on matio 3, 1972, LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE PHONE 327-2141 together. linanr.kiiiy liirough Ine Iraming-on- me-JobPronram. For information, cpntact.your nearest Manpower Cpntre. vvorkr. (jet involved. Canada works Manpower Immigration Main-d'oowvra et Immigration ;