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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Novtmbt, M, 1971 THI UTHMIDOI HIRALD 23 _ Teachers urged to reopen talks CALGARY (CP) Teachers and trustees in the Bow Valley School Authorities' Association were urged Thursday to reopen negotiations to avert a strike set for midnight Sunday night. Six home and school associa- tions from Mountain View, one of the areas which could be af- fected, met Wednesday to dis- cuss the impending strike. They offered their services in any capacity we might serve in order to bring the two sides together." The strike would involve 613 teachers from the counties of Mountain View and Wheatland, the DrumheUer and Three Hills school divisions and local boards in Banff, Canmore and Hanna. The dispute mainly con- cerns wages. AFFECTED I About students would i be affected. Margaret Ferguson, execu live secretary of the Alberta Federation of Home and School Associations, said the groups see their role as one of media- tor. "We could probably help ex- plain the position of the trus- tees to the teachers, and the position of the teachers to the trustees, and help bring both sides back to looking at how students would be affected. We don't think teachers should go on strike they shouldn't be allowed to." Mediation talks broke off Nov. 16, the day they started GP.EY CUP BUNTING City works employee strings multi-colored decorations alone Georgia street in down- town Vancouver in for Grey Cup week. Parade Is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 27, and Calgary Stampeders next day meet Toronto Argos in east-west annual football classic. WOMEN DRIVERS AT 140 M.P.H. Who! ore three pretty women doing 05 racing drivers? Competing in a virtually all-mole sport? Weekend Magazine profiles o trio of femi- nine competitors this Saturday. Read how they got their start and how their husbands and children fed about it, this weekend in The Trock Is The Great Equalizer. IN YOUR IETHBP-1DGE HERAID WEEKEND MAGAZINE Prince Albert radar station reactivated SASKATOON (CP) The Prince Albert radar station will be the only one in Canada tracking and receiving informa- tion from the earth resources technology satellites to be launched next spring by the United States. The station, which has hcen out of service since December 1968. is being reactiyiated as satellite data-receiving station Tire space engineering division at the University of Saskatche- wan. Saskatoon, is carrying ou the necessary modifications un dcr a contract with the federal communications department. Job creation challenge of the 1970s OTTAWA (CP) The Eco- nomic Council of Canada will issue a 57-page report Monday on Canada's economic perform- ance, highlighting job creation s a major challenge for the 970s, the council said here. The council said the report will also deal with Canada's rade and balance-of-payments and the country's per- ormance in relation to its eco- nomic goals and potential. The council was formed in 963 to advise the government and others on how to achieve ligh employment, price stabil- ity, an equitable distribution of rising incomes and a viable bal- ance-of-payments record. It is composed of three full-time members and 25 representatives of industry, labor, farmer, con- sumer and other groups. Arthur J. R. Smith, chairman when the latest council survey was written, has since resigned to become head of the private- ly-financed Conference Board in Canada. Claude Reynauld of Montreal has been appointed to succeed him. STARS IN SERIES Canadian actor-playwright Don Marron stars in an episode of the FBI television series with French actor Louis Jourdan. Score with these Grey Cup Specials at Safeway! PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbrklge Nov. 26 27 Fresh Bread Soft Drinks Ground Coffee Snack Crackers Cheddar Cheese Sugar Cheese Twists Great Half Time Favorites Potato Chips H Chip Dips The rules have changed. So has the uniform. But his special brand of raw courage is still the same. And his special brand of beer: Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner. Still slow-brewed and naturally aged. Still full of honest-to-goodness flavour. It's his style. And your style. Tackle one tonight and see. TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE FROM THE HOUSE OF LETHBRIDGE Safeway All Purpose .......Mb. net wt. pkg. Busy Baker 16-oz. net wt. pkg. Safeway Mild Random Cuts Alberta Fine lb- ba9 old style 1 11 his style Party Pride Regular, Dipper, Salt n Vinegar, Bar-B-Q net wt. pkg. Lucerne Fresh Assorted Flavours 8-oz. net wt. tub for Rib or Thick Rib, Canada Choice Canada Good............ Chuck or Round Bone Canada Choice Canada Good Shoulder Beef Roast Smoked Sausage Cranberries Old Picnic Style Smoked Short Shank Whole or Shank Half Ib. Ib. Olympic Garlic or Bologna Ib. Ocean Spray, Late Howe's Buy 2, Use 1, Freeze 1, 1 Ib. pkg. 2 F Kkk-Oif With This Match Grapefruit H Side Bacon Florida Fresh RVl or White, Size 48s Olympic Rindless Sliced Vac Pocked for 1 Ib. net wt. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SAFEWAY, CANADA I I M I T E D ;