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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta January Jl, 1973 THI LFTH1RIDGI HERALD Her home was destroyed .1.1 riuiiic J u j A Vietnamese woman cries as she sits before the rains of her home In Toy Ninh, northwest of Saigcn. The home was destroyed by South Vietnamese government orlil- lery fired into the area to drive out occupying enemy troops. Toy Ninh has since been retaken by government forces. RURAL SCHOOL TRUSTEES ASSOCIATION (SASAA) CLARIFIES POSITION LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC has settled with their teachers (1973) Increase granted on bask salary MEDICINE HAT PUBLIC has settled with their teachers (1973) Increase granted 6.2% on basic salary CONCILIATION BOARD award has racniinended for SASSA (1973) 6.2% on basic salary RURAL SCHOOL TRUSTEES ASSOCIATION accepted the Con- cilliation Board's recommendation of 6.2% on basic salary In addition to the 6.2% on basic salary, school board sal- ary costs will increase a further 2.7% due to other teach- er-cost items, training and experience increments. O This 8.9% increase in feacher salary cosfs must be paid from revenue which will increase by a maximum of O Teacher salary cost increases (above can be met only by reducing services to students: fewer teachers, few- er programs, larger classes, less supplies and equipment. In accepting the conciliation board award, the rural school trustees have shown a sincere desire to reach a seltlement with their teachers. Further concessions (or teacher salary demands will even more seriously jeopardize the quality of educational op- portunity for students. SASAA trustees firmly believe thai the public would be shortchanged if the trustees did not oppose excessive leac'r.n salary increases. Quality educational opportunity for students must be maintained at reasonable cost levels. Diplomats i to deaths SANTA BARBARA, C a 11 (Reuter) Tvo Turkish con- sular officials shot dead at a ho- I (el beach cottape here Saturday j were reported Monday to have been lured to their deaths by the promise of the return oi a stolen painting which once be- longed to a Turkish sultan. Officers of the Los Angeles i Turkish consulate here said j Consul-General Mehmet Bay- car. 49. and Vice-Consul Baha- dir Demir. 30. were invited here to be given the painting. The bro were shot l_n the head. A 77-year-old Armenian author and real estate dealer. Gcrgen YaniMan. gave himsef uo and charged with their murders. i Santa Barbara residents claimed Yanikjan had com- I plained that 36 of his relatives were killed in Soviet and Tur- :kish massacres early this cen- tury. Police have not so far an- .r.ounced a motive for the kill- ings. ALBERTA PRODUCTS EVENT NOW ON AT SAFEWAY! FRESH BREAD POLLY ANN, WHITE OK BROWN, SLICED.....2 POTATO CHIPS PARTY PRIDE, TRIPLE PACK, 3 FLAVOURS Ili-ei BEANS with PORK TASTE TRLS, IN T.S..................... 6REEN PEAS POLLY ANN, WHITE OK BROWN, SLICED.....20-ez. ntt wt. leaf. SPECIAL PARTY PRIDE, TRIPLE PACK, 3 FLAVOURS I'.i-oz. Ml wt. fV.g. SPECIAL TASTE TRLS, IN T.S........................... 14 fl. az. tin. SPECIAL TASTE TELLS, ASSORTED, CANADA CHOICE 14 fl. ex. tin. SPECIAL SOFT DRINKS 4 CRAGMONT, 8 FLAVOURS 28 fl. btlt. SPECIAL I PLUS 2c PER BTLE. DEPOSIT I Labor party has new platform LONDON fAP) Leaders of the Opposition Later party, backed by top trade-union offi-! cisls. announced Monday 211 i e'ectoral platform of social wel- fare with a soak-tbe-rich wealth tax to pay for it. The program. SSI needing approval by the fuil assemblies j of both the party and the j Trades Union Congress, will form part oi the Labor party's platform for British elections that must be held before June. Only outlines of the pro- grain were made public. Tiro key proposals are for sweeping redistribution of in- come and wealth through taxes and tight government "controls over the investment policies of, major corporations, both pri-' vate and state-owned. The Labor parry said it also would clamp controls on rent i increases, ho'osmg prices, pub-' he trsr.spo.rt fares and toed; prices and provide government subsidies to farmers to hold down nrices of such basic foods j as milk, bread, sugar, meat and potatoes. The subsidies would be con- trary to the rules of the Eu-' ropean Common Marke1, which Britain joined Jan The has announced a Labor govern- w-ould try to renegotiate ;he Terms of Britain's Common Market membership. I CHECK MONDAY'S HERALD FOR OUR 4 PAGE SLIP-OUT COLORED I I INSERT. ONLY A FEW OF THE BIG SPECIALS SHOW HERE. I I STOCK UP AND SAVE! PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL CLOSING FEB. 3. I LUCERNE EVAPORATED 16-oi. net wl. tin. SPECIAL ICECREAM fi I25 SNOW STAR, 4 flavours SPECIAL %P FRESH EGGS S3C BREAKFAST GEMS, CANADA GRADE A largt liie .................SPECIAL, doz. CAMMED MILK 5.P WHITE SUGAR ALBERTA FINE GRANULATED paper bog SPECIAL HW TURKEYS FRENCH FRIES EEL AIR. Canada Fancy, froien, Plain Crinkle Cut Shoestring 2-lb. bog. SPECIAL MF head foresees good year TORONTO fCTi Afte .'.-oars in sn economic squeeze.; Massey-Ferpison Ltd. looks to continuing market improvement' ri-jrLns: ihe president says is his anr.ual report. Alter; A. Thomhrouch says' tha: improved econoinic pros- pect in major markets "should favorable conditions for j coniinuine in sales of i farm, industrial 2nd construe-! linr. mn.fhiner> and ih.5 Uni'.ed crain expons are ex- 10 remain E; hich levels. ccrer.iilv. ilio is "or n further in farm i "The entry of the United Kmfdii-.i. Denmark and Erie ir.to the European Economic should lead to a prad.ial rationaliraiton c-f us ne-, policy ard reduce its i f..M.re "Latin America, esperiallv every o! re- i m.iinmp a dynamic growth A? reported earlier. Massy- ForrLison had record sales in and net income of w: mil- lien or 70 a up iroi nitliton or 51 cents a share Yellow for heroes .lERl'SAI.EM Israel has the color col Ihe .T-inNmls tlic once forced In lor the llWvn of !he armv's first Medal of to Ix1 awarded for "a supreme act of co.iir.-ipo durinj; fiRhtinc. in ihp free of the enemy, at risk of n state j mcnt said here. I CANADA GRADE UTILITY FROZEN 6 10 or 16 22 Ib, size CHUCK ROAST 75C OR ROUND BONE ROAST. Canada Grads A Beef SPECIAL, Ib. SIDE BACON CAMPFIRE, SLICED, RINDLES5 Vac Pak l-lb. pka. SPECIAL CRISP CAR! ALBERTA GROWN CANADA NO. 1 CELLO BAG POTATOES .19 CANADA NO. 2, WASHED, GEMS OR REDS, bog SPKIAl We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities. SAFEWAY CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED ;