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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 2 THI irnMIDOl HMALD Mvi4wi, January ft, Ratepayers to vote on teacher salaries VICTORIA (CP) Edue- teachers' salary agreement! re- ton Minister Donald Brothers introduced Friday in the Bri- tish Columbia legislature a major amendment to the public schools act requiring ratepay- ers' approval to any teachers' salary increase which exceeds a pravincially-set level. Other major changes to the act introduced by the minister include an official reduction of a school district's budget in- crease limit from 10 per cent to 8 per cent, and I complex section dealing with the sus- pension ud dismissal of Incom- petent teachers and the termi- nation of contracts and appoint- ments. The section which deals with moves a present clause In the act which makes arbitration settlements binding on both teachers and district boards If they cannot reach a negotiated settlement, Instead, a limit for salary in- creases will be set each fall by the education department and any settlement which ex- ceeds this limit, whether reach- ed by negotiation or arbitra- tion, must be approved by the district's owner-electors in a re- ferendum before they become final and binding. The amendments do not ap- ply to 1972 contracts and its ef- fect will only be felt when bar- gaining for 1972 agreements be- gin in the fall. Campaign promises forgotten EDMONTON (CP) Three opposition spokesmen said Fri- day Alberta's new Progressive Conservative government hit misled'the people. Noting the Conservatives have not implemented any o t h e campaign promises tha helped them win the provlncia general election last August Henderson said Conser vative candidates were either "speaking out of ignorance or misleading the people." "Their election planks wen never realistic In the fin Mr. Henderson, (he So- cial Credit party's financial or! tic, told a news conference nek after a party caucus. MARGARET TRUDEAU ARRIVK Mwgoret Trudeou, centre, and month-old ion Juitin Pierre arrived In Vancouver Friday night for a visit with Trudeau'i Mr. and Mm. Sinclair. Getting a ptek at addition lo tho prims miniiter1! family, at lift, li Margorert 23-month-old couiin Katie. CBC crews back on job after strike CALGARY (CP) _ After two walkouts which listed nine hours, CBC technicians return- ASPHALT PAVING TOLLESTRUP Construction Co. Ltd. SAND end CRAVEl W SAND end CRAVEl A W PHONE T 378-J702 327-3610 1 ed to work Friday night to complete their part in a rotating strike. The S3 members of the na- tional association of broadcast employees and technicians stayed off the job seven hours the first tune and two hours the second. David Boudreau, president of the local union, said the move was part of the association's policy of rotating strikes in a contract dispute with the com- pany. Although local radio pro- gramming was disrupted, man- agement kept the operation going. STOP BALDNESS Frae Scalp Clinic In Ltthbrldgt on Monday, Jan. 31st BEFORE AFTER CLINICALLY TESTED AND GUARANTEED AMAZING DISCOVERY FOR HAIR AND SCALP (Aid to improve condition of scalpJACT NOW! MEN WOMEN "Save Your Hair" DON'T RESIGN GET THE FACTS YOURSELF D condition Is "hope- _.. less" he will tell you so This internationally-famous frmHy. About 5% d expert urges that you do not examines are ho p e I e s s. resign yourself to baldness Otherwise he'll tell you unless you are already bald what'> wrong with your hair Your only obligation is to yourself-lo free your mind mile time and money will be about hair loss, dandruff, required to put your scalp itchtig or other scalp dis- in condition to grow healthy orders, hair again. DOCTOR'S AMAZING DISCOVERY for IIAIR AND SCALP DANGER SIGNS Dandruff Hair Too Dry or Oily Excess Hair Fill Itchy Scalp Hair and Scalp Specialist will be holding free hair and scalp clinic at the Marquis Hotel, on Monday, Jaa. Hit only between the boors of I p.m. and I p.m. All examinations are given in private, there li no obliga- tion. No appointment needed. Ask the desk clerk for Mr. Browns suite number. NATIONAL HAIR AND SCA1P INSTITUTE OP CANADA BOX VANCOUVER B.C. CBC doesn't operate a televl son station in the Calgary area, only a television delay centre which makes time-zone adjustments for western Can- ada on national programs. Community corrective centre set: CALGARY (CP) A com- munity correction centre to help prisoners adjust to society will open here soon, says Pierre Jutras, director of Hie Drumheller, Correctional Insti- .lute. "About 20 inmates will be selected to serve the last three months of their sentences In the new he said, "al- though they will, in effect, still be inmates, they will be called 'residents' while staying at the centre." The centre will be admln- stered by tine Canadian Peni- tentiary Service as a satellite of the Drumheller institution. "We hope the community will cooperate with us in helping these people find Mr. Jutras said. Senator Earl Hastings of Cal- gary, member of the Senate committee investigating parole, said similar centres have been operating in Vancouver, To- ronto, Montreal and Winnipeg. Accountant heads chamber EDMONTON