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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 36 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Woclnosdny, August 25, 1971 r A THREE DOLLAR EXPLOSION A demonstration ex- car upper left is consumed in a fire blast. Bollom vigrit plosion en the Ordnance range of Vandenberg Aif Force shows Ihe car, a twisled wreck afler the explosion. U.S. Base in California shows the power of a homemade freosury department agents demonstrated the bomb at a bomb rigged from S3 worth of common materials thai seminar of law enforcement officials, can be purchased withcut permits or signatures. The used Domestic Deluxe Sewing Machine SAVE Aulomatic and easy to operate, even for ihe beginner. 20 beautiful decorative designs, makes bullon- holes, sews on buttons, ancf has a dial zig-zag control for overcasting seams, appliques, and monograms. Built- in sewlfte, and moior. Automalic blind hemmer, and bo bin winder. Built-in darner and mender. Portable comes with carrying cose. Regular 199.95. SALE EATON'S 99s5 Sewing Machines, Lower Floor Store Hours 9 'til 9 Thursday and Friday Saturday 9 to Buy Line 328-8811. Why tills province faces a Withdrawal of services in vb 'falls mi Thursday PER MONTH. 2. UNFAIR BARGAINING LEGISLATION Correctional officers in institutions in Alberta have asked are well below those paid for comparable positions in for an average pay increase of on a min- other provinces. Here are the comparisons: imum salary of per month. Salaries in Alberta Correctional Officer 714 Service 697 Manitoba Ontario 578 Albsrta Gev'f. An agreement or settlement has never been reached between these employees and the Government. Their salaries were im- posed on them by the Government after they rejected the terms of a mediation board report which only gave them a 4.7% increase this year. These men and women can no longer live with the terrible burden of being so grossly underpaid. Unless negotiations begin there will be a withdrawal of services. The safety of the public will be assured at all times during this dispute. The correctional officers will behave respon- sibly. However, if the R.C.M.P. or army are used as custo- dians, then the safety of the public will be the responsibility of the Government. PUBLISHED ON BEHALF OF THE CORRECTIONAL OFFICERS BY THE avu SERVICE ASSOCIATION OF ALBERTA ;