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Baldur Gazette (Newspaper) - June 1, 1983, Baldur, Manitoba 200 Vaughan A 1 ie Gazet 84 21 Manitoba June Salary Not Major Reason Why Teachers Apply For Arbitration Unlike other employees in teachers are not protected by the Labour teachers protection is provided for in the Collective Agreement that is in force between the School Board and Teachers The recent dispute arises from nonmonetary items of not only money One item concerns This item in no way limits the right of the school board to reduce the teaching What it does is provide for a fair and reasonable procedure that the school board would follow when reducing the teaching The other item deals with transfer of teachers within the The board and teachers agreed in January that such a clause should be in the collective The clause stated that the board would act in a fair and reasonable manner when transferring the Since this item had been agreed it was not an item of dispute during the board has since stated that they feel it is an item of dispute and wish to take It to Most of the teachers in Manitoba have one or both of these clauses in their collective Teachers in most other provinces have this protection and more in their collective Regals Open With Win The Regals opened the 1983 baseball season with a convincing 110 win over Scott Legary pitched a strong game as he allow ed only 2 hits as he went the full Coming Action June 6th the Regals go to Boisse Dashdays Tug0War Anyone wishing to enter the mens or ladies Tug0War should contact Mark Collins or Marcel The aggregate weight for men is 1500 and 1000 for the The entry fee os per Would all team captains compile a list of their team members and collect the entry Weighin time is beside the main ball Flyers Going Out This Week The Baidur Dashday Flyer is expected to be in the mail this 3000 copies will be mailed to local and surrounding The Weather May23toMay30 80F 36F Precipitation mm inches For the month of May our high was 80F on the 26th and the minimum was 9C 16F on the Our precipitation was mm Members of the Manitoba Pool Elevator work gang are seen high above the Note man sitting at top of elevator and the one at the left standing on the beam just above the work
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