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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta [HE ICTHBRIDGE HERAID i'i1' and IrlHUrs ill MOV. V i' school districts remained al impasse Wednesday us a si by Mrrti- throuth ils ciijhih .-ii'ppcd ixinii a.sM'd. per cenl over 2tl monllis. In some areas the increase pareni.s in tin- County of be more as (lie different jurii- dictions, which rejected the re- port, did not have uniform sal- III ary grids. The old contracts, some of Copies of the peliiit hi- .sent to the minister of edu- iiLliun, the premier, the Alberta which expired in September.: Teachers' Association find the i 1D70, provided for varied wages! Amlionties Associa-1 depending on training and ex- lion i perience. .OL'ia-' A teacher will] a bachelor of the school; cdneation could earn between banded lofiether: and depending on for the first lime to years in the classroom. Most with the represented I teachers in the area had eith- cr one, two or ihrce years training with maximum salar-! aiion hoard rrcuiumenda-j request liiat school i pay half II-' Alberta lu-allh care insurance premiums while points siiL'li as pay (or substi- tute teachers, partial years of (raining and dealing with han- dicapped children have been settled. The touchers receive strike pay of sit'' if they have no de- pendents and SIM with depend- ents during each day of tile walkout. The A'I'A says its fund can support the sl.'ike inde finitely. The seven school boards save about Sl.'i.wio a day in wages. Ahout 12.0110 students are out of classes in thu districts which include the County of Mountain i View, the .school divisions of I DrumhL'Hcr and local beard.-, i.i Banff, and llanna. The areas are to the west, north and east of Calgary. PK01KS1 COLONY DRUMIIKLLKIl (CI'i An Alberta government decision to allow a second Iluttcrile colony in I h c Drumheller area o f south-central Alberta will be protested by (he council of Siarland. H was decided at a meeting of the Starland and Drumhcller councils, and the Siarland school division Thurs- day to retain Calgary lawyer Milt llarradence to make UK protest. oldest Initis mark 98lli hirlhdny PORT DOVER, Out. (CP) Friday marks the 88lh birthday of Canada's oldest twins, Edith and Eva Mc- Uride. The sisters are residents of a nursing 1 x'2 in this Lake Krie co in m un i ty where a birthday party and open house will be held Fri- day. The twins, who both enjoy reading and television, said it would he nice to reach 100 "but only if we both have good health." Peoples huge purchasing power makes this Christmas vaiue possible! The sound of Christmas savings begins at Peoples Credit Jewellers this year. This amazing cassette recorder by Sanyo.runs anywhere on batteries or plugs into ordinary household current it's perfect for giving or getting this Christmas. Capture al! the laughter and excitement of the Season on tape permanently. You'll be able to re-live the voices and songs of loved ones and record the never-again sounds of children growing up. Trust Peoples huge purchasing power io bring you the lowest price ever on this amaz- ing Sanyo cassette-recorder. It's by far our finest cassette-recorder value. This 'sound' value comes to you with ill! these deluxe features: Solid state circuitry in a trim, high-impact case with up-lop storage Full push-button controls e Big 4" speaker for full sound o Automatic record level control Pop-up cassette button makes changing cassettes a oreeze Microphone with remote control switch for off-on Drum-type volume control Anti-erase system Battery or home plug- in o Monitor earphone lets you listen while lecording. Measures x 9-H" x Complete with: AC line cord; C-12 demo cassette; re- mote control mike; earphone. CSA approved. Full 1 year guarantee.................. Use your credit no money down! Use Peoples Friendly an Account Today! IPWPIIORS IV- "V :V 'i CENTRE VILLAGE MALL 13th Street and 2nd Avenue 7A' North Open Daily 9 a.m. 6 p.m; Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Telephone 327-1303. THURSDAY .MOVIK TIIIIILLKI1: "The Kiiiling uf p.m.. I'll. 7. TlK slory lit M UnilfTS-.tfiinlinri )l'..i) Ar. tin? V.'uikl News World i." U Ncwi ft. -I-S S.ilulc Aiiriiulluic 1 he Dot) Hope Vdricty lodfty in Monl, Hour (c) Concenlriilmn Oenn Mfirtin o! (.r-ntitry Goir.or I'yio (c) ff-OO Perrv Como V.'inlrr Hnllywcnrt Grilfin MinuJ I- i. i in l( 'ID Wild Wlnl Ali-'tc .1 '0 I (Hnrlv All.iir Nr-W. I i, J 10 foniciM sin.w 10 Now, fi (t i KFBB-TV Great Falls Channel 5 (Cabtevision Ch. 11) THURSDAY NIGHT NOVA NrwIywotJ G.imc NCWJl (C) C.ipinln c) k) Movie; 7ho Comlr (r) OV.TII 1V-.S Nfv.s I nivr.trrcl Dick f.ivflt ic.) FRIDAY Jnck l.o Audrey Grtllnpinq Wlioic Iti ;