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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 Filial leap iulo bear Mill mvskTy police cage Au.-tr.ilin fAI'1 Tiir rcaM'ti nil nuiclc ,1 ml 3 a polar bear pit .1! Swill lYilh Suiulav is a ID poliiT sainplr-3 an'l specimens Bugs bug airline i API Indian Airliner lins bugs in its iiircraft, anil il is tvymj1, lo find out svliy. The? uirliuc's employee maga- Hint people on flidils arc ofleii scon swatting or Ilit-y. A n i h I flight relurncd to its base fe- rctitly LUXMLIFO (lie captain said lie was unable In control? ami the in the cocki'il nt the same lime. [mm the yuulh, Lloyd Hamilton Lynch of Perth, have sent to Ihc public health department for tests. IV lier- are the possi- h L I i I y he inny have been ilimwcl when lie jumped into the polar lu-av pool ;md swam lowiirrl Ihc two bears. An autopsy showed HamiUon- I.yrch died from multiple inju- ries from the mauling of Hie I bears. About 50 bonified persons watched helplessly as the youth died. It half an hour before 7.on officials could retrieve his body, I'nlicc tocjk 31 hours lo iden- lify Ihe bcxly. Hamilton Lynch was canyini; no papers and po- lice, lind only ,-jn enpravcd rinfi and ciyarctlu lighter to help. Differ on hikes B.C. teachers, govt, in battle DONALD imOTUKllS reins spend ADAM KOUE1USON VANC'OUVKR fCIM The (i-1 nancing crisis Hint has Ivinicd British Columbia's education Bvstom Inlo a political liallle- promul comes down In iliftor- r i ic PS nn how Htf n slice ol Ilic M-1H million fiscal pic Hio Icaclicrs .should Im allowed lo gobble up. Premier W. A. L'. 11 en n ell's Social Credit p o v c r inn c n I pounded (lie alarm bells on edu- cation spending last year nud said Ihc loachcrs arc Inking a disproportionately lavRe piece because ot inMntiotiiiry wage 1251 3rd Avenue Soulh EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 48 NUMBERS 2nd JACKPOT IN S3 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALlOWtOl PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS IIKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS ENTERTAINMENT for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS THURSDAY, APRIL 27 BLUES FRIDAY, APRIL 28 BLUES SATURDAY, APRIL 29 RAYMOND CANADIAN! sltllcincnls with tlic province's a71 school boards. The provuiefMudc ave >alary for teachers is The average rncrensc negoLi- j alcd by the school boards and OTTAWA ICl'i I'cderal April Wl. the program Icachcrs in the currciU contract been c-Mcmlcfl unlil Die oiirJ ol Iwas 7-G Pcr ccllt acrosb tlie "Winter jjrograiii loluls issued grants n'Orth more Ih.in 51-1 mil- lion been issued mider Hie special winter employment program since it began last November, the works department announced today. The Atlantic provinces re ceived more than 53 million iti contracts: Quebec S-! million; Ottawa region million; On- lario SI million; Western re- Rion.s SI million and Pacific re- gion s-2 million. Originally intended lo end in B.C. CALLS TENDEKS VANCOUVER (CP) Brit- ish Columbia Hydro has called tenders for tower sice! for a oixj.MO-voll transmission line lo connect wilh the Bonnerillc Power Administration in Wash- iuelcin W.-Hc. CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. WEEKEND ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CLUBROOMS FRIDAY and SATURDAY "ACES HIGH" AAembers and Invited Guests! The EAGLES Present For Your Dancing Pleasure "The Moon Glows" Eagles Hall Friday, April 28th MEMBERS AND GUESTS INVITED May 1972. IL is designed to ac-1 province. celcralB public works projects i tllc lasl- lopslulnro session such as repairs to federal build-1 K tl u c a I i o n Minister Donald ings Brothers made good on povern- _______________ menl threats to rein In spending I by inlrodui-inB legislation Iliat will pill an elteclivc lid on wage I increases and operating cosls I nexL year. The B.C. Teachers Federation has promised a tocth-ancl-nail fight. siRainst Ilic legislation in Ihc political arena. SAY BAKGAINING KILUCII The federation says Hie Berr nett, government has arbilrnrily and diclalorily killed tlie collec- livc bargaining process in edu- cation and replaced Ihe system witli "naked political power." The B.C. School Tnislees As- sociation Tinds ilself in Ihe mid- dle of the sd'iipgfe, an- gered by Die loss o[ a negoliat- ing system it says works fairly j well and opposed lo centraliza- lion ol financial controls in the j hands of (lie educalion deparl- ment. The cnuich come for Ihp. teachers and IniMces with a in e n (1 m e n t s to the Public Schools Act which subslajilially aller the ground rules for calion financing related lo eachers' salaries and operating cosls starting in 1973. The province will henceforth refuse to share with school joards and municipalities sal- ary increases Dial exceed a 6.5- eacliing jobs will evaporate as school boards tighten Iliclr hells to slay within (lie provincial re- quirements. "We have a public Ilial rticlures us us n bnnch ol he said. "Hul it'B a false picture. arc sin- cerely worried about Hie ciualily of c'ducrtlion i.i Ibis jirovinrn. 'There is also a moral issue involved. Our government jimv has a very highly centralized control of finances for edtica- lioi The guy who controls Ihe huck controls (he system and the (irograiris, and I think it is highly dangerous." TU11N TO POLITICS Consequently, Ihe BCTK is in (he process of selling up a 51.3 million "polilical aclion" fund which it plans lo lackle Social Credit in Ihc next provin- cial election, expected in Ihe ncxl few nionlhs. Mr. Robertson said (lie gov- ernincut has been trying to even up old scores wilh ihe Icachers sinje Ihc liCTP campaigned ac- tively against Social Creilil edu- cation policies in the 13G9 elec- tion. "First, Ihc government legis- aled irandalory membcrsliip teachers in the BCTF oiil he window last year. Now, Ibis incurred tho wratli of Hie and we're paying or it today." The BCTF president said he is moderate by nalure, but Ihe governmenl has forced him and he federation into a posture of mililancy by legislalion that 'reduces bargaining to beg- ging-" 'We've been forced inlo di- rect political aclioji once again because Ihc government won't listen lo us at the professional level, won't even consult with ns about -lew policies. Sure, wo may get kicked in Ilic, leclli again, but the g o v c r n m e n I hnsn'l tctt us any alternative." Live Entertainment Nightly From B p.m. to 12 Midnight THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY DUKE STUART AND THE COUNTRY BARONS (EnterlainrnenT provided between band ol Ihe 312 5lh STREET SOUTH FULLY LICENSED A new to r Onft Lift 1o and Dealh and fl'30 Jack LALanr.e 2.00 Days o) Our Llvn trie American Galloplnrj Gourmel General HoipiMI Woman Thai Girl on ft Water 9 00 Marshall ma U baling Game (c) 7V-S 10 JS News .1.00 Split Second TBA Search far newikhed If.) Biles Ji.DI Ic) cl Art APP i All My Children i.ifl ;