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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 IHE UTHBRIDGI HERAID Tucsrfo-. Auguil University plans new film series An cigtit-pnrt film series lea luring the works of Vlclorinn nuthors will lx> sponsored by lite Univcrsily of IxHhbridge bociunmt! Sept. 19. They "ill be presented as part of a coin-so entitled Sixty Glorious Years: Tho Victorian Age on Film, for which there is a charge of ?8 for adults and S3 fur students mid senior citi- zens. The course is open to nny in- terested persons and has no ed- ucational prerequisite. Tlio films are being sponsor- by the U of 1> because of Ihe success cf a similar scues of Shakespeare films in 1971. 'ITie films and dates of show- ing are: Disraeli, Sept. 19; ('treat Expectations. Sept. 20; Alice in Wonderland ami Belov- ed Vagabond. Oct. 3: Jane Eyre, Ocl. 10; The Mudlark, Oct. 16; Charge of the Light Drigade, Oct. 24; Tlv; Barretts of Wimpole Street, Oct. 31; and Oh! What a Lovely War, Nov. are in tho Ynles Memorial Centre at p.m. People may register by mail or in person at the registrar's office, U of L, before Sept. 19. Meeting time changes The Original Pensioners and Senior Citizens Society will hold 3. regular meeting at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Civic Centre. Change of time will apply until further notice. Awards and first place winners from weekend horticultural shows First prize winners in The Lcthbrldgo imd District Horti- uillural Society flower sltow held Saturday and Sunday lit the city, which included Ihe 501h .uiiuinl Horticulture ocic'y show., the Nlllt annual rovincinl society show nml Ihe anailian Gladiolus show vcrc: tcr Junior Gardonofa. Garden: Lln-Ja Poclv VcflO- Garden: Lori Ensr Mellon n Trophv for moil polntl In 1h9 nnd vegetable displays: Pesfly ullivon. Oilier iiwnrdi: Viney Tropfiy fo points in Ihe p'crpetuM CtiallpnqR Trophy donated lors: fAcArth'jrr CenlrcplQCt S.rnl for coffca Table Decorallon Irlinno-frrn tin r If, Sullivan; TftDh Dccornlic- rldinrl J- Krvln; Compml- 4 ONLY GREAT DAYS LEFT SCHOOL COLOR PORTRAIT SPECIAL 89' PIUS HANDLING ALL THIS WEEK Age Limit 5 to 12 years A. E. CROSS STUDIO Still Located at 710 3rd Ave. S. 328-0111 PHONES 328-0222 Teachers best-trained Dy RON Herald Stall Alb c r ta's teachers have recorded the lowest per- centage salary increase ot any teaching group in Canada dur- ing the past decade but they are Btill the second highest paid in the country and 10 per cent I above the national average. They also have the most training on the average. Figures released by Stetis tics Canada show Alb e r ta teachers averaged a yearly salary o[ in IMM1, com ATTENTION FARMERS HARVEST SPECIALS x 6" m REEL SLATS 12 ft. long 3'50 14 ft. long 3'75 16ft. long 4' x 8y Sheets-'D' Grade Thick Thick -29 C0.7 LTD. 2nd Ave. and 13th St. S. Phone 328-3301 "Your Pioneer Lumber Dealer Since 1925" ared with in 1970 71. i Inly British Columhia pays its eachers a year. The national average is Tho percentage salary in- crease In Canada's provinces during the past decade range from Alberta's 45 per cent to New Brunswick's 8G per cent. However, New Bruns w i c k teachers are sliU among the lowest paid in Canada with an averago salary of Newfoundland and Prince Ed- ward Island are lower. Comparative statistics f o r Ontario and Quebec are not in- cluded In the study because they record their figures in n way that is not compatible to the methods used in the survey. Further salary figures show the lowest teacher salary in Alberta In 1970 71 was be- tween and One teacher was making that amount. In Newfoundland teachers were in this salary range. Prince Edward Island had 220 teachers in this cate- gory. Nova Scotia had BO and Now Brunswick had Manitoba had 28 teachers in his salary range and ewan had 80. No teachers ir 3.C. were thi.s low on LIic scale Most Alhertn teachers fell in Iho to annual sal- ry bracket. A total of ere in this category last year. On the other end of the scale annual salary of more i nan Alberta had the I second highest number of eachers in this categ o r y, Again B.C. had tlie most. In Alberta, 681 teachers earn- ed more than last year ompared with 890 in B.C. Manitoba had 209 teachers earning that much, Saskatch- ewan had 155, Nova Scotia had 81, Newfoundland 10, Now Bruns- wick 12 and Prince Edward Is- and none. Alberta can boast it has the >est trained teachers in Can- ada. Fifty eight per cent of ;his province's teachers hold degrees BO per cent of sec- ondary teachers and 45 per cent of elementary .school teachers. Allwrta has leathers hold- ing doctorate degrees, whom are women. British Co- lumbia ranks .second Sn this category with >3 doctorates Saskatchewan has six, Manito- ba 10, New Bninsv.irk four Nova Scotia six, Ncwfotmdlam three and Prince Eward lr, land is without a teacher ing a doctorate. fn the overall picture, B.C. S the only other province whose teachers approach Alberta (he degree field with 57 pe cent of it.s to-idiers holding lion Ir view lo n rcnl vew a- r Arthur; Spccle.1 Occasion Arrnnqc- ment: Mrs. Lacey; unr.g DrHlwood: N. Sullivan: Arrangement co'crsr J. Ervlnr Te-icuii Ar- nserrfnr: II, Suriivan; Dirh Sullivan; iQlh Annivanary Ar- tjcmcnN J. This is also above the nation al average of 47.6 per cert. A other provinces in the survc ore twlow the average tan ing from a low of 29.4 per cen of P.E.I, teachers holding d grces to 41.3 per cent in Man toba. The percentage of Albert teachers holding degrees h more than doubled in the ft- year period covered hy the study. In I MO 61, only 27.7 per cent of Alberta teachers held degrees compared with the 58 per cent in 1970-71. As far as the total number of eachers is concerned, Al- >erta ranked fourth in Canada n 1970 71 behind Ontario's Quebec's and British Columbia's This province had teachers in 1970 71, almost twice as many as a decade earlier when teachers were employed in Alberta Schools. (There was no explanation why figures FRESH FRUIT SECTION Gooseberries: 2nd fJ, Sullivan; Red: D. Straw- err'les: ro 1st or 2nd; Crftbapples ed: C. Crapapples RenrttN Applet reddish blulsTi reen1 C, Coverdalar Applts dornln- ,-itfy Red: S. Applei dorn- nately Yellow: B. frull; o HI or 5nO; PLANTS 1H POTS TutcrcWi: Nell Giute; Beaohla Fibrous: no or Indj Be- cnln AOV: Nell Clarkcj Coltui: J. Fern 3ntl i, Sullivan; Aiperagus: Ind N. Geranium 2nd N. Sul- ivan; Giraniuiii Double: U. Sullivan; Hanging Baste! (lowering J Sulllvon; hlonplng Foliage or FHo-wer and Foliage plants: N. Sul- livan; Impalleni tn Po1: no lit or Intf; Rose Ifi Pol: no isl w Best Flowering Planf: Sakamoto; Beil planf: R. Vlneyj Btil jlx house planls: H- Sullivan; Ecsl ilx Cacti or Succulenf; N. Sulllvani AFRICAN VIOLETl Stnola Flowered: Ru1h CriMior; Double Flowered: Rulh Chisior; No- yiMy B. Mulrj CUT FLOWERS Antirrhinum Snapdrnoon: 7nd J. Er- vlni Anllrrhlnum AV extepl J Ervln) Telra Snepdragoni: L. McAr As'rsrs Double color: H. Sulll van-' Aiferi Double usiorled cclor N. Sullivan; Slngla ona col or' N Sullivan; Alters Single ai Borled: N, Sullivan; Allen color or variety: N. Scotch Marigold! M. Prallf Clarkla W. Sullivan; L. McArthur DAHLIA CLASSES Caclvs Slfalghl: Cfldus Incurve: Lytfc: SITPI i Caclus elgM Inchti cf ur.dcr: K. Scml' Cadui over eigril inches: R, C. fcrrnal Dcccrativo Inches or ur.der: Lyhtoj Fcr- oial Decorative over eight Pa s mo' Os c" 've Elriht Inchts or ur.der r McArfhur; Inlormal Decorollva over clglit Ircli- ts' R. C. TJIven; EMI iny color: J. Pern Pom icv'n ony colar: IL Sul- livan; Cacfus n-J over l.-o Inchci: Pawys Mlnlnlurc Deo orBtlve not over Mve Inches: II, La- qua; mlnlnture cactus: Nell Clarkar or Vas-J Pom Pom: TL Sullivan; Baikal er Vase dwsrl or Bedding: E. Uiven; of Vnj-3 Boll Typo: 7nd N. Sullivan? Dhplav of Dahllai: N, Sullivan; Secllon lor ol Small Num- ber ol S1H6LC SPtKE CM or Ont SplKc small ony cctor: Sulllvanr One medium 200 any color: fJ. Sulllven; Ons Splka large any col of i: E, Laqua; THRtE SPIKBS Three tplk'i medium 3W aiy cok.- Sullivan; Three SplXei largo any lor: N. Sullivan; DASKCT OR VASt color er colon) Basket cr vase small: M. Sulltvini >aske1 cr vaso medium 300: H. an; or large: N. Sullt- GLADIOLUS SINGLE SPIKH (4KI 10 SCO ilie) VJhllc1: Pa'.vys l.yjjhcr Cream; P. Yrllovj; Duncan; Oranyt rnd BvH: L, Lar- conitcj PinV: Lyhhe; Red: Lyt.'bo; Ulark Rrd; R. Granlj L. LArcomlt; LaventJer: Purple: MeArlhur; Vlorcl: Lybbt; Smoky er.d any olh.r coltx: Lflfcomtc; SINGLE SPIKE (J04 ihe) V.'liile: Arc h Li aid r Ytllow: L. Lar- rninKc; OrantP and Buff: ?nd R. Crnnl; Safiron and L. Lar- ftitl (-iivender: Larcomte; Pur- ple and Blue: P. SIIIGL.r ST'IKE MINIATURE V.'Kile Crt.irn or-l Crrcn: Duncan; cnJ Bull: HenderKn; Hcd: R- Granl; Any citicr cclcr: f. Lybt-.e; THREE SPIKE CLASS (I'd1) In JCO liie] Ijaumfcacli; ream ani Grr cir Rnumbaen; Orange nrd fit (I: Lercomtc; PlnX: Jnd P. Lybte; La- vender: P. fAcArlhu'; THREE SPIKE CLASS ilio] Oracle and Bull; 1 Srarltl Hsr.der- '.o.n; Purrlc t.irl t'uc: R. Grant; Chryianthe were available Ontario and Quebec In this section of the study.) Sullivan; Came _____ "B." Wuir; N. AuU van; Evtrlasling FlWfri nei chryium: tl. SulMvan; EverlaiUn AOV: H. Sullivan; Hiies- U Sullivan; French: J. Ervtn; Marigold J Ervln; Double: N. Su ll'van; Pansles Plain: M. PraUi Pel nlas Slnple; L. McArlhurj Parwnl Double: S. Phlox Annual: L. McArHiun Phlo perennial: 2nd H. W. Mulr; Popple AOV- 2nd S. Wolsloncrofi; Salplfllo 'L McArlhur; Scablcia Annua H Sullivan; Stocks: B. Mulri Peas Colof: L. McArlhur; Swt Any Color: U. McArthu Sweef Peas one varied N. Su van; six dllferenl ws- L Zinnias 1W Indies to Nell Cfarfce; Zlnnfai over 3W Inches: L, McArlhur r Zinnias small In- fhn; Zinnias Large best TMTEE SPIKE Ycllcw nnd r.rd Cfff: Iprion; nny clJirr 1v.o h let :liitc, ond P. SEEDLIKG SINGLE SPIKE UW to ICO tltc) Bcumtach. SINGLE SP1K1 Any fJl'.T: Ir.d Lflrco.Titt SCEDLIflO THREE SPIKE (4bQ to SCO liie) cclor: Larcomtc SECDLICGS MINIATURE THREE Any cclor: Larcomte DECORATIVE SECTION (limit 3! iplkii)