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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta ATA president raps government interference E rt..MLL Suspect William Ray Banner, 25, vs-cs booked for investiga- tion of murder in Los Angeles after six persons were shot to death and ten wounded. Bcnner was shot and wounded by police. CALGARY (CP) Teachers may have to become political activists because of govern- ment interference in teacher stukes, the president of the Alberta Teachers' Association said Monday. j Dr. Murray Jampolsky told the ATA annual assembly "it has become crystal clear the current government will not permit teachers to conduct a prolonged strike." The government the Al- berta Labor Act earlier this month to order rural Southern Alberta teachers back to work- after a three-week strike. The opt refers to "extreme priva- tion or human suffering." but a Western briefs Schreyer spikes takeover report crating.'-' he said. Mr. Schreyer said a report by proposes. THOMPSON, Man. (CP) .that is already successfully op- 'remier Ed Schreyer, on a......." ;isit to this northern mining community, said the Manitoba j McGill U n i v e r sity professor nine industry has "nothing to i Eric Kierans suggesting a of a takeover by the NDP Manitoba government takeover government. j cf mining leases within 10 years "I just don't think that gov- v.-ss "too drastic in Trhat it mment should want to use its :apacity and its powers of in- -estment and development to j AIRPORT CRASH involve itself with something; SASKATOON (CP) Stan j Walburg of Prince Albert was I in satisfactory condition in hos- j pital today following, the crash at Saskatoon Airport Sunday i night of a Cessna 150 he was i piloting. The plane, owned by Mitchin- Alberta leads 11 providing jo s EDMONTON fCP) Derta industry is leading other son Flying Service of Saska- 'tcon, crashed on landing. There was no indications of damage to the aircraft. nwinces in providing summer )bs for students. "Government can do oniy -so luch to provide jobs for stu-, 'enter he said to an inter- i are looking for two men who 7iew. "Without industry sup-, (art the employment problem j nlPeS teachers' strike causes neither, Dr. Jampolsky said. NO ALTERNATIVE When the government takas such action, "Ihe association has no alternative but to look at c t h e r methods of imposing sanctions.'1 "II has been established that teachers can take a leading role in political decision making and perhaps the time lias come for teachers individually and collectively to become involved in a high political ac- tivism." Dr. Jampolsky was re-elecl- j ed to his sedond one-year term as president of the ATA. i Pat English of Calgary and J Genevieve Dunningan of Ed- mcnton were elected vice-pres- j ideals, the first time in ATA i history women have filled th 3 j pests. I FARE POORLY I More than half the teachers in Alberta are women, but they i fill less than one-quarter of the administrative positions, says a report prepared for the ATA. The percentage of woman.ad- ministrators decreased in the last 10 years to 3.6 per cent in 1970-71. from 5.5 per cent in 1961-62. The report, by graduate edu- cation student Mary Nixon of the University of Alberta, in- volved the survey of all school superintendents. Ninety-two per cent replied and more than half j of those said few women hold administrative positions be- i cause women lack interest and I ambition. Mrs. Nixon told the meeting, insufficient research has been (done to establish evidence of discrimination. "But as long as women feel these opportunities do not exist for them, they can scarcely be I blamed if fteir commitment to jthe teaching profession is less than a complete THREE TIED UP WINNIPEG (CP) Police broke into the southwest Win- home of construction students would still be se- "ere." Mr. Hohol said it is com- mendable that some firms >rovide summer employment ;o students in commu: ity work. "Alberta communities are jenefiting directly from the work done, while the students are getting -ibs." crucial summer MANUFACTURED IN LETHBRIDGE company executive David Friesen, tied up three members of the Friesen family and stole about Police found 61- year-old Mr. Friesen, his wife Kathleen and 16 year old daughter Terry tied in cords. WINFIELD, B.C. (CP) A nine-week strike of 126 employ- ees at Hiram Walker Distillery in this Okanagan community hss been satt'ed. Bert Albisser, president of Local 202 of the Distillery Workers Union, said members will receive increases of 60 cents, 35 cents and 33 cents in a three year contract. The cur- rent base rate is i Accountant hs charged in Flint fraud ALBANY. N.Y. (AP) New j York State's attorney general I has initiated proceedires to re- voke the license of Seymour Goldes. a certified public ac- countant charged with embezzl- ing more than SI million from television producer Allen Funt. Attorney-General Louis Lef- kowitz. acting on behalf cf the state department of education, said he is charging Goldes with fraud, deceit and unprofessional conduct. i Goldes has been indicted on 44 counts cf grand larceny dur- ing his time as accountant for Funt and his corporation. I Funt originated the Candid Camera television show. ORDER YOUR HOME REQUIREMENTS FROM ADVANCE LUMBER CO ALUMINUM STORM DOORS 3 standard jites In s'otk. and sash remain in door all year round. Complete with hardware; pneumatic door closer, door laich ond weather stripping. 34 .95 EACH Every measure ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS .00 order is mode to Complete with screen and self storing dow. FROM EACH ADVAN CHARGKX LUMBER CO, LTD, DAYLIGHT You've turned the clocks we've turned prices back, way back. So you'll see enough daylight to buy the car of your dreams! You only have to look at these great savings to know where generosity lives. And lets the sunshine in. 70 crop battery, 600x14 3910 GVW, rear bum- per. Retail 2783.80 Down Payment Monthly Payment kt 1973 CORT5NA 3116A 1973 COMET GT 2583D 1972 GREMLIN 2-DOOR. Light blue with blue interior, 6 cyl. motor, 3 speed trans........... 3305A 1971 METEOR MONTCALM 351 V8 motor, auto, trans., power steering and brakes, radio, light green with green interior. 3002A 1971 MARQUIS BROUGHAM 4-DOOR PILLAR H.T. 429 V8, auto, trans., 2-DR. ElecJric blue, black in- terior, 2000 cc engine, 4 spd. transmission, electric rear dow defroster, 2 speed ers, reclining bucket sects, bumper guarc's, Retail 2698.50 SALE Down Payment Monthly 80.04 302 V8 motor, auto, trans., radio, bucket seats, sfeering and brakes, radio, auto, air TRUCKS Dark green metallic with iighf green interior. 2183C 1972 DATSUN Red with black inferior. 1200 cc motor, 4 speed frans., radio ond tape player. 3236A 1972 PINTO SQUIRE STN. WAGON Ivy bronze metallic beige houndstooth in- terior. 2000 cc motor, auto, Irons., radio, low mileage ?2783 3299A 1972 METEOR RIDEAU 500 2-DOOR HARDTOP. AAedium blue with dork blue vinyl roof. 400 CID motor, auto, trans., power steering and brakes, radio. One owner. 2nd Ave. and 13th St, S.-Phone 328-330) "Your Pioneer Lumber Dealer Since 1925'r cond., power windows. Medium ginger with brown vinyl roof. 31 SOB 1966 MERCURY 4 door sedan, gold ond white, with gold in- terior, V-8 molor. auto, trans., power steering and brakes, radio. 2277B 1965 MERCURY PARKLANE Block with red interior. V-8 motor, outo. trans., power steering and brakes, radio. 3269A 1969 4 DOOR H.T. V-8, auto, trans., power steering, power brakes, radio, tape player, air cond. Black with black vinyl roof, blue interior. GP242 1969 FORD 2 DOOR HARDTOP, red with white roof, V-8 ouio. trons., power steering, power brakes, radio, red vinyl interior. 2527B 1968 FORD CUSTOM 4 door sedan, V-8 mo'or. ovlo. radio. S'lver Blue with blue interior. 3109A 1972 FORD F350 1 ton with box. 360 V8, 4 speed trans. 3278A 1970 CHEV 34 TON V8 motor, 3 speed trans. White with fceigs interior. 3361A 1970 FORD F600 Chassis and cab. 361 V8 motor, 5 speed trans, ond 2 speed rear axle. Baby blue. 2270C 1969 FORD TON F100 V8 motor, 4 speed trons., radio. Burn? orange in color. 3015A 1968 PLYMOUTH STATION WAGON. 318 V-8 motor, outo. radio. Blue with blue inferior. 3170A 1967 METEOR RIDEAU 4 door sedaf. mo'or. ou'o. Irons.. pov r-teering ond brakes, radio. AaVO Jit ocjuo intor'Or. Kco'-b'ccV interior. 2000 speed teo- 2 -.cccd cclining bucke; lihter. 1718 3rd Ave. 5 Phone 377-5763 ;