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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 34 THE UETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, 19, 1974 Living costs up again in November OTTAWA (CP) sumers paid higher food and living costs in all 14 cities sur-' veyed by Statistics Canada during November, but Win- nipeg residents were hardest hit, the agency said Wednesday. Saint John, N.B., suffered least. The cost of living in Win- nipeg was up 1.5 per cent in the month, compared with eight-tenths of one per cent Saint John. On a year-to-year basis, Winnipeg faced, a 13- CAREERS HAVE LOCAL POSITION for an cost accountant, must be fully experienced in costing systems, wage negotiable CONTACT H. HEEBNER Canada Manpower Centre NORTHLAND SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 61 REQUIRES IMMEDIATELY AN E.O.F. PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION FACILITATOR The Northland School Division Educational Opportunities Fund (E.O F.) Compensatory Program provides for up to eight full time facilitators. At this time we require a facilitator whose function would be to develop program specifications for our on-going program as well as to develop a complete evaluation design for the E.O F. Pro- gram The evaluation design includes specification of specific objec- tives, the identification of performance-based criteria, the develop- ment of an instrument, the collection of data, and the analysis of data for the E.O F. Program. As well, the E.O.F. Program Development and Evaluation Facilitator will be expected to work with the Depart- ment of Education developing significant criteria that would identify schools requiring compensatory programs. The successful applicant must have the following qualifications: 1 Valid Alberta Teaching Certificate 2. Successful teaching experience, or equivalent 3 Training in evaluation design 4 Experience in evaluation Deadline for submission of application is Monday, January 13th, 1975 The successful applicant will preferably work out of the Peace River office Salary Schedule Training 23456 Mm Max Cost of Living Allowance An additional 2 5% of the salary or per month, which- ever is the greater, until the end of December, 1974. A new contract is presently being negotiated for January 1st, 1975 however, until settlement, the above will be the interim salary. Northland School Division No. 61 presently operates thirty schools in Northern Alberta and as such is the major governmental agency involved in educational development of Indian and Metis children Training experience in intercultural education is Dteferable Those persons possessing the above stated necessary quali- fications and who are interested in an extraordinary challenge in penetrating existing educational thought on evaluation and want a "cutting edge" role as a teacher shoulo apply in writing, giving all relevant data to. MR. JOHN L. MYROON Acting Superintendent Northland School Division No. 61 Box 1440 Peace River, Alberta, TOH 2X0___________ per-cent price rise and costs in Saint John were up 11 per cent. Ottawa, the only city in October that avoided a cost- of-living rise, had a 1.1-per- cent increase in food prices last month. Over the last 12 months, living costs in Ottawa are up 10 per cent. Practically all food items cost more in each city, including dairy and cereal products, fresh and processed vegetables, frozen foods, sugar and beverages. Except for Thunder Bay, clothing cost more in all cities surveyed. Higher new car prices and auto repair costs drove up the transportation in- dex across the country. OTTAWA CHEAPER The indexes for health and for recreation and education moved higher in each city, while tobacco and alcohol cost more everywhere except in Ottawa. Following are the price in- creases by city during Novem- ber and for the 12 months for all goods, and for the major index housing and the past month: Halifax: All items, one per cent and 9.9 per cent in the 12 months; food eight-tenths of one per cent; housing eight- tenths of one per cent; clothing sixtenths of one per i cent. Montreal: All items 1.2 per cent and 11.5 per cent; food 1.6 per cent; housing seven- tenths of one per cent; clothing eight-tenths of one per cent. Winnipeg: All items, 1.5 per cent and 13 per cent; food two- tenths of one per cent; hous- ing 1.9 per cent; clothing four- tenths of one per cent. Saskatoon-Regina: All items, 1.2 per cent and 11.8 per cent; food eight-tenths of one per cent; housing 1.3 per cent; clothing eight-tenths of one per cent. Edmonton-Calgary: All items, 1.2 per cent and 12 per cent; food 1.6 per cent; hous- ing eight-tenths of one per cent, clothing three-tenths of one per cent. Vancouver: All items, one per cent and 13.3 per cent; food one per cent; housing and clothing each one-half of one per cent. Convict shoots self MONTREAL (CP) Police said Arthur Gagnier, sought in connection with the shooting deaths of a policeman and doctor in an armed robbery Nov. 2, killed himself with a gun Tuesday when police stormed into his room. Gagnier, 24, was sentenced to life in 1987 for the murder of a taxi driver. He was released from Cow- ansville penitentiary Aug. 15 on a weekend pass to visit his mother but did not return. On Nov. 2 three men held up a restaurant, killing Dr. Ray- mond Perreault, 43, a patron. Constable Aime Pelletier, 39, a 17-year veteran of the force, was gunned downed when he and his partner chased the three bandits when they fled the restaurant. Gagnier later admitted lull- ing the two men in an open letter to Solicitor-General Warren Allmand. In his letter, Gagnier, who criticized the penal system at length, said of Dr. Perrault: "He should have known a ciitizen should not intervene during an armed robbery." Of the dead policemen, he said: "It was either him or me." Publication of the letter caused a furor in the House of Commons about the granting of leaves to convicted murderers. Give someone a chance to become the Western's second quarter HH only you Pius, we FIRST PRIZE SECOND PRIZE- THIRD FOURTH PRIZES. PLUS 1900 PRIZES. MORE THAN IN TOTAL PRIZES clubs. 3. 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