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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HOCKEY WEEKEND Book Now for our Next Hotkey Weekend Jon. 28, 29 and 30lli. Limited Space Available........... 4 I .01) ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 328-3201 The LetWnidgc Herald SKCOND SKCTIONU-tlibridgc, Alberta, Tuesday, November 23, 1971 PAGES 11 TO 22 ll'i a GREAT DAY to SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITE (Special Prices on Bulk Ciders) ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-8161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 Spec.'ud meeting Tliursday Council tries, on shopping By RICHARD BL'RKE (discussion concerned tlie pro-i and make necessary revisions. Staff Writer ecdure which should be follow- Mayor Andy Aid. "We have talked on this ui Ui settle on the contents on Cum Barnes and My Solicitor ject for 25 minutes and pittcii bylaw. John Hammond WITC- .s-.-li-cti.-d exactly nowhere." That procedure was estab- to serve on the c'jiiMnmee. The" suhjcet Alderman lishcd by city council Monday They were scheduled lo meet Ferguson was referring In w.-i1- when an ad hoc committee was tills morning at !i the closing of shops bylaw. Tin set up to go over the bylaw The action came at the re- quest ol Anilerson. Mr. Hammond, in supporting 11 tlie request, said. "We have lost _j control of the dashed thing at i tlus point. The way there have k-e-ii deletions and aniend- SNOW WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS Step up to the tub it oin't no disgrace pull up your sleeves and get them in place scoop up t'hTwate'r and rub it on your face go Bluddle-uddle-uddle- j -Ed Finlay Photo uddle urn dum. to stay open Chy council Monday as- positive attitudes as well as in- approved a recommendation ,.1- j tcracticns between the alien- lowing Central School to re- youth, the unalienated main open until the end of May, yoir.h and all other segments of 19T2 for use as a youth drop-in our community, whether adult centre. or youth." The action included He said there is the possibil- zation of S780 for boating altera- i ity of receiving direct provin- tions, operating expense for I cial or federal funding in 1972 winter use and window-secur-j fw continuation of the pro- ing in the building. I gram. About 10 youths left council I For now, a committee con- chambers after hearing the de- sisting of Scott MacKinnon; Teachers' agreement set on money, consultation By RON CALDWEIX Staff Writer Fourteen hundred teachers in 18 rural districts of southern Al- berta will vote Dec. 1, 2 and 3 on a memorandum of agree- ment reached during the week- end in Lethbridge. School boards will vole on the agreement Nov. 26. The dis- tricts do not include Lethbridge or Medicine Hat. Frank Ackerman, Alberta Teachers' Association negotia- tor, said he is optimistic both sides will ratify the agreement. "We are generally satisfied with the memorandum. Of course you are never totally satisfied in this type of thing but it is the kind of agreement we can live said Mr. Ackerman. The agreement calls for sal- ary increases of 5.9 per cent for the 1970-71 school year and 6.4 per cent for the 1971-72 school year. The salary' increases will cost the school boards SI over university courses. This regulation would effect Sept. 1, 1972. with payments for individual take If both sides ratify the agree- ment. that would leave two cine Hat and Txw Valley. Lethbridge and Medicine Hat by school i Excitement reigns at Agnes Davidson Elementary School, as 95 eager students go into eretta. "Snow White and the1 Seven Dwarfs" Wayne _......_....._..... stage sets. school districts in Alberta still "The operetta will be staged I Mrs. Young said the leach- without a new contract the Dec 2 and :i at in the ers have all worked very close- cities of Lethbridge and Medl-i Agnes Davidson School audi-! ly together to Agnes Da- torium. j vidscn's first operetta a suc- Plans for the operetta began j cess. teachers have asked for a gov- ernment supervised strike vote but no date has been set. the two years. The total salary budget in 1971-72 will be The agreement also con- tains a consultation clause that will make it mandatory for school hoards to submit proposed regulation changes affecting In the teachers before implementa- tion. Teachers will he permitted to express their opinions on proposed changes but will not have any say on final acceptance" ol new regula- tions. Air. Ackerman said the atti- tude of both sides during the Lethbridge meeting was instru- mental in reaching the agree- ment. "Both parlies were seriously attempting to avoid a strike and everyone extended con- siderable effort to reach a set- Tho memorandum of agree- non'-capirai ment replaces payment for par- Heavy Shields. bridge Collegiate Institute, tial years of university training shields. 29. also of the dancing instructors and Chris- Blood Indian Reserve, was fa- j tine Dubctz. dramatics, tally shot Oct. 23 in Cardston. In charge of costumes were Hcaly is being held in the j Lorraine Tamblyn. Ila Wing- Lethbr'idge Correctional Insti- field, Avice Anderson and Ber- Pat Silzer and 10 Grade 6 students painted forest scene ff, for the background. Another in- (Kr final" week of rehearsali terior background was painted before th-y present their op-! by Jan Crane and Vicki Tanne. Saendc built all the Tickets are available at the school and at Leister's Music. Hecdy at the beginning of October. and rehearsals have been held before school, at roon hours and after .school ever since, says Margaret. Younc, school music teacher and director of the operetta. Tlie operetta was planned as a the Young, those Senior' 'citizens Or- PeusioiKM-8 elect officers me UJII.-II.-I.LU piaiiiicu cw rcinm-l 9-inrlr-rrock president of the1 Chinook Pen- vrith the city manager. animal 30 program