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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 i i'Uirnei.1 In iirr, Out. fl by Ki'MP tut1 parole a tonn Ihciv for ;md an B.C. government battles teachers VICTOKIA (CD The Jlrii-. teachers will double llicir isli Columbia government took out advertisements in (luliy trjwbpaiior.s this week to present Rood salaries in ID years. Does this suuml 'unfair1 I to Tlie reaction of the teachers was ;mgcr. Officials of Hie federation said support its stand oh the sim- mering IcHclicrs' salary issue, one day nfler the ll.C. Teach- ers1 Kcdci'iUion voted lo set up political action fund lo try to iscut the Social Credit ;uliuiti- istralion. Premier AY. A. C. Bennett said Hie ads were placed be- Uiu media failed lo keep the public' informed 01? a contro- versial iimciulmcnL lo tlie Puh- lie Scliouls Act which set a limit of per cent on the amounL ol annual sahiry increases the gov- FOX CHEEK (CP) Tlic crinnent will shnro in financing 5W iiisidciits of this northwest- with municipalUies. crn Algeria town face a water Anv inci-casL' above the ROV- i shortage because their con- mimGnL-cstablisIicil c e i ling sumption is exceeding tlic ca- Towii faces shortage 0 of wiiter URANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE R05SITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 lower Flaoc 517 4lh Avo. S. Fhono 357-1541 LEAVE COURT Three Cubnns leave a Montreal court after six Cubans were ar- raigned after an explosion at Ihe Cuban trade commission offices. The six Cubans plead- ed nof guihy lo charges of illegal possession of weapons and obslructing a pol officer in )he course of duly. The explosion killed one man. would require ap- proval. Tha premier said Uic govern- ment was not. lo "tnke on Un? toaclicrs" or any other seg- ment of society in the next pro- vincial election, expected this year. Tlie ad, stRiier? hy Education Donald Brothers, in- cluded a graph sliowing teach- ers' salnric.1; rose more (ban five times as fast as lite cost of living between 1951 and 1971. SAYS AVEIIAGE 511.102 It said: "Today, tlie average salary of onr teachers is per year, willi generous holi- days and fringe Vicnelils. They arc [ho highest paid teachers in Can n tin. "With a O.Ij-per-cent annual increase, compounded, our the apparently limed lo co- incide with Ihc second day of ils Ihrce-day convention in Vancou- ver, contained a number of "half-lrulhs" which would reader? an unfavorable impres- sion of tlie organization's oppo- sition to government cost-cut- ting policies. The Nanaitno Teachers Asso- ciation, led by Vice-President Paul Schmidt, collected uboul from delegates for an ad to replv lo government claims. TKAC1IEIIS Teachers' federation officials siiid tiie average salary for teachers is closer lo 510.400 and said I here is no guarr.ntee in- creases will average 6.5 per cent per year. Federation President Adam HobcrLsoH said, "The real issue is collective bargaining riglits and our loss of tlicni hccmisc of Mr. Hobcrlson said federation publicity aimed nl I'clmUlng government on tho issue will jimd for with part ol a levy of one day's salary on its members which could raise million. The funds also will be used lo help support political candidates who support the teachers1 position. Meantime, Premier Bennclt said the government is fighting to hold "wild inflation" in cheek, and teachers will realize llic government is really pro- L c c 1 i n g their future buying power. pacity of the community's livo producing wells and a palton reserve tank has been Hie government's action drained dry. An official of Ihe town, 120 miles northwest of Edmonton, said water would be turned off most of Wednesday and Thurs- day while flailing continues on a third well. The town's water system is not melercd. ISRAELI SPEAKER DIES JERUSALEM (Route r) Rcuven Bnrkatt, GG, speaker ol the IsracH (jnrlia- died Tiiesday nifiht o[ a heart attack. BarkalL served in a number o( senior posts in Ihc Ilistadrut, the Israel Federalion ol Labor before becoming Is- raeli ambassador to Norway in RIDLEY EYES THE OLYMPICS At Ridley College in Si. Catherines a special program lios been established lo breed Olympic oarsmen. In Weekend Mngarine tliis Saturday, Aotfy O'Brien explains why Ridley's rowing (cam may fust bring Canada an Olympic medal at Munich. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE lice C3ONFIDENTIALLY YOURS bring TORONTO, April Gtii Spring out the in (jVL-n HIP lensr, venture- Mmn. dncsn't it'.' One must be in clinMto, v.jitcr atid few! oi'U'fi cause nausea, cramps v, :st the very firs', sitjii of any of f-ymiitorpF, 1 make sum my lakes FmVLLHS EXTRACT OT AV1LU '_' STRAV.'BKUKY, Dr. Fowler's L-> a u'sLor.ilivc formula, based on roots and herbs. It acts quickly, is non-conslipaling and has proven ttf'cclive lor over rj gcrjpr.i'.iocs of Canadians. It good i-cnsc to kor-p Dr. Fowler's Extract on hand v.-hercvcr vou arc... whenever you travel.__ _ UNCOMFORTABLE DENTURES? Then cheer up. Here's a prorl- uct just made for vou that v.-ill put an orul to your present Called FASTKETII I3KNTURK ADHESIVH POWDER, you simply sprinkle it on your dentures and it docs nil this... helps hold belli uppers nnol lowers longer, firmer anil stnridirr.., holds them rjoro hc-lps you cat more iint- nrally. AVhat's more, non-acid Fastceth has no '4Limmy, pasty taste, so yon can cat wliatcvcr you wish.., smiling lo your bnarl's content: You knovf dentures (hat fit rite essential to health _ KD visit your dentist regularly 2nd Set cnsy-lo- use t'astectli to-day. Siamese twins luow 'completely normal EDMONTON 'CP> Chris-rbies nrc bailing to crawl inc- and Cynthia, the avouncl the floor and can laugh wins separated almost three ago, now ,irc "com- normal11 months plclely babies, Dr. Kcubcn of I'-dmonlon reported today. Their mother, who docs not want her name used, said in a telephone interview from I Slave Lake, Alta., that the ba- grams MILE EAST AND MILE SOUTH ROLLING HILLS, ALBERTA MONDAY, APRIL 10-12 Noon TERMS CASH Having received from Mr. Clio Dunn, who has sold Ms farm, wo offer the following by public auction. TRACTORS fHC TIC eta I -560 cfiesel, comnlefc wifh cab, dualj, hydraulics and live PTO, 1963. Ceckshulf model 50 gas tractor, complefe live PTO, bell pulley and IHC model M high arch gas Iraclor. IHC gas trader, complete with FnrmVand hay, manura and fcrngs forVs. TRUCKS 1963 Ford 700, 330 heavy duly rr.vicr, 15' box and hoisi, stocks j-CKiks, 2 spiiod reor ond. (HC KE5 ton truck with hoisl COMBINE MH super 27 combine, 14' table and picVup, 400 on molcr, good rJnring condition. SWATHER Cacki'null no. LIVESTOCK 100 young ewei with (ombi, (o prior sale. TILLAGE EQUIPMENT MH 10' DD press drill, complele Cominco fer- rJi.-cr affachmc-nf, JD 10' double di-c; Graham Hoeme 12' r'niirl plo.v, cnn br; narrowed down lo 10 or 3 feel; Holland morlci 220 manuro spreader, good iliape; dilrher, 3 years old; Myen dilch filler, {hi new; 271 hohr, good shnpe; 2-IHC 1-J" plows, and four hol- lom modoU; Scmpsan 12 fl. rod wrcdcr. HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES Son-.o sealer) nnd ofhcr arliclni loo nurr.eroui MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT Evorsrnnn yd. cnrth movtf; .5' par.Vcr; 5 secfions ftcxibli rornplnto nisei NH -uper 55 51 do tM ivrry qood shape; A" uugf-.r, 12' fongj MO golhn lanV; Mayrath 32' loader, complete 9 h.n. mofrir; Hoy on rubber; 8' float, older mndul; Calhoon 'on feMilizer 500, 300 and 200 ffn', fooVs, for 500 rind 300 gal, 'anirs; Mrl 1 polalo digger; Comot porTabV- nir IHC 11" grinder; 7 inch, 25' belt for TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS Poit drill, bnlfery ehnrrjor, qurnlity ond ihnins. hand fuel pjropi, ban, ihoveK, fnrki, nrd other AUCTJONEER'S NOTE: Mr. Clio Dunn hrn n very good icleclion of laim mnchinery. The equipmcnT it laic mode] nnd lhal which ii older ii in good condilion antl well kepi. woultl be lo Ihe benefit of anyone -n nnod of good cquipmcnl to utlend this snFc. HAWIMON OSEEN AUCTION SERVICE TURIN, ALBERTA JERRY MAMMON AllAN EGLANO West feed floor price urged REGIXA (CP) SasknLcli- cwan hopes Alberta and Man- iloba pass legislation simi- lar to its own to set floor prices on feed grains, munici- pal affairs minister Wood said in the legislature. Mr. Wood, acting for agricul- ture minister Messer, was pil- oting amendments lo tho Grain Marketing Control Act, empow- ering Saskatchewan to set floor prices, but opposition membors said Ihe legislation was useless unless the other two prairio provinces also had floor prices. There would be policing prob- lems if the prices in either neighboring provinces (rij he- low Saskatchewan's and pro- ducers in this province would suffer, they said. Mr. said consultallona had been held with the min- isters of agriculture from Al- berta and Manitoba and t h e Canadian Wheat Board. out loud. Since, they left hospital. Jan. 25. the twins have not needed nny medical attention, tho mother They now weigh 13 pour.c's each. At birth they weighed a total of 10 pounds, six ounces. Dr. said the hnC surgical incision will disappear from Ihcir chests "in a few years." At birth (hey were join- ed above the navel by in- ches of cartilcdge, muscle. skin, and liver tissue. QUAKB SHARKS TOUT AN'C'OXA, Italy (Renter) Tlionsands o{ people Heel In panic into the streets Tuesday alter eight earth tremors shook Ihis Adriatic poit. but no dam- was reported. The tremors were the latest in a series which Jan. 2a. SHAPE UP FOR GOLF A special program geared to lone and deve'op those muscle areas which direct- ly effect a golfer'i performance. The class will involve o specialized cal- Islhenic period and a program of circuit (raining wilh weights. a) the LETHBRSDGE FAMILY 7Y' COMMENCING MON., APRIL 10th at P.M. TERMINATING WED., MAY 31st. will be held Monday, Wednesday and Friday, to p.m. All Male and Female Golf Enthusiasts Welcome YMCA MEMBER: FREE NON-MEMBERS Due to lack of interest, time and conflict with Optimist Walk-a-Thort The Kinsmen Club of Lethbndge formally announces that the 1972 SKATE-A-THON Scheduled for April 8th HAS BEEN The Skate-A-Thon will be held in the fall with proceeds to go towards furtherance of ice facilities and support of Minor Hoc- key in Lethbridge. DEAN OSEEN liccrun 61 1 Ph.ine 739.21 65 Turin. 406 Phone- 733-.I3.iO Turin, licenin 670 Phor.n 757-2221 Carmangny, Alto. Former actress "iveii medal i for research OTTAWA (CP) Isohcl Moira Dunbar, a anfl [oi'mcr received tlic Mfisscy Mctlal lodav for rc- sonrrh on Arctic ice, The medal, an award of the Royal Canadian Gt'otfrapliical Society, was presented to iho i 51-year-old K e o g r a p h e r by fiov.-Gon. Rolanil Michcner at a Government House ceremony Horn in Edinburgh, Miss Dun- bnr oblained a master's in geography from Oxford Tni- DiiriiiR 'lie Second V.'orld War. :ha an actress, playinc in London and in various nroduc. for Il'.e arrricd forces. She came to Canada in KH7 ntirl joinorl tlic Defence Ke- scarrh Ronnl s.cienlifir. slnff. .She is still v-ich Ihe research Loanl. Bartrom named At 50 years of ajio, plans arc tinnr; laid lor Hit; silver anniversary of Ihe Takr Kivvani.s Club to he held in April. A past-president, Stan fiarl- ran. Ins been named to head up Ihc charter night committee. Slow brewed for a smoother flavour When you want a beer that lets you stay alert. and still gives you all the refreshing flavour, try Cool Spring. It's extra smooth. Easy going. Since there's slightly less alcohol, Cool Spring costs you less. by Labatt's ;