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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Widniiduy, Soplomber 25, 1971 1 1972 CHEVROIET Teachers reach agreement EDMONTON' (CP) Teach- ers and school board officials in the Clk Island school region just east of here signed a memorandum o[ agreement for a new two-year working con- tract today Details of the proposal, which will alfect 050 teachers, were not released. Tenchers will vote on the contract Sept 29, 30 and Oct. 1. J. F. Berlando. chief welfare officer for the Alberta Teach- ers' Associnlion, said he hopes the agreement will break im- passes which have stalled ne- gotiations in other regional bar- gaining units tliroughout Ihe province. There arc eight bargaining units in Alberta and only one- North Albert a has reached an agreement. Regional bargaining, which allows school boards to band lo- gether for negotiations, was in- troduced last year. council to air iirings CALGARY (CP) Cily council has decided to hold special in camera meeting lo consider dismissal of city soli- citor J. D. Salmon and city liti- gation solicitor J P. Low The meeting will be held I either Friday or next Monday. Council reinstated the men two weeks ago after Iliey'had been suspended by city com- SET BEUU niiCOHD BONN (Renter) West Ger- mans drank a record 30 gallons of beer per capita last year, it was revealed here. This rep- resented a 47-per-cent intense since 1960. when per-capita consumption nearly 21 gal- lons, the consumer contact of- fice reported. Censors order confiscation of 5 newspapers SAIGON (Router) Soulh Vietnamese censors ordered the confiscation today of five Saigon daily newspapers the highest number of seizures since the Sept. 2 start of the I presidential election campaign, a spokesman for the ministry ol information said. II was also the highest num- ber of confiscations since June 17, when 15 of Siagon's 43 dail- ies were rounded up by police. The opposition news- papers were But Thep, Bao Den. Cong Luan, Dan Ta and Tu Cuoiig. They were accused of confus- ing public opinion in a way j harmful to public security un- I der articles of the press code. rnissioners and Monday voted 8 to 4 against considering a mo- tion to fire them. The events stemmed an investigation into the land deal- ing of civic employees. Edmonton lawyer Angus MacDonald, who conducted the inquiry, said there was no in- diction any employee misused v.oni-dential information. But he said the company with which Mr. Low and particularly Mr. Salmon were associated was poorly managed and its difficulties reflected badly on the men. This in turn could have ill ef- j feels on the city legal depart- ment and dealings it might have with those who dealt with the company. Mr. MacDonald said he felt there was sufficient grounds to dismiss the men. Shortly after the report was issued, Mr. Salmon said he would resign but has not done so and now says he will not quit his post. Planes hammer SAIGON (AH) United States planes swarmed over North Vietnam Tuesday and delivered one of tlie heaviest raids in the Nortli in the last three years. The 250 supersonic jets flew through anti-aircraft fire to homb surface-to-air missile and truck parks in a six-hour attack j from daybreak lo noon. The U.S. command said fight- er-bombers launched 200 bomb- ing strikes in North Vietnam's southern panhandle, concen- trating on an area from the so- called demilitarized zone be- tween the two Vietnams to about 35 miles north of it. The U.S'. command said all the planes returned safely. No assessment of damage was available. Full-scale bombing of North Vietnam was halted Nov. 1, 1968. Ground fighting subsided in the U llinh Forest, J45 miles southwest of Saigon. The SouUi Vietnamese command claimed 588 North Vietnamese troops and Viet Cong guerrillas were killed in Ihe week-long U Minh fighting with help from U.S. helicopter gunships and a U.S. destroyer. South Vietnamese losses for the week were 109 killed and 162 wounded, the Sai- command said. PAINTING STOLEN COPENHAGEN painting atlributed to Flemish master Peter Paul Rubens was stolen from a country house near Praestoe, about 40 miles from here. Parcel service is resumed to China OTTAWA (CP) Parcel post service between Canada and China has been resumed after a 22-year interruption. A post office news release said today the resumption of service follows diplomatic rec- ognition. All mail delivery to China was suspended by Canada in May 1949 after the Communists took over the Chinese government. Letter service was later stored but parcel mail remained suspended because of a lack ol customs facilities. Gift items worth less than now may be sen! through regu- lar mail. Goods exceeding in value require an export permit. BENY'S "GOOD NEWS CRUISER" Brings you a SPECIAL INVITATION One of (he Beny Boys in this Vega Panel Express will be travellinq around town broadcasting the good news about the fabulous new 72 models at Beny's. Watch for it! BENY'S EXTEND A SPECIAL INVITATION TO ALL TO DROP INTO THEIR SHOWROOM TO VIEW THE 72's. The ICI 20 piece Stage Bond under Ihe direction of Jerry Pokarney will be ontcrlaining Thursday evening for your added pleasure. The Beny boys will welcome you and will be pleased to be of assist- ance. SHOWROOM OPEN TIL P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, SEPT. !3rd AND ________ SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER ?5lh TILL S P.M. BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE Main Garage and Showroom Phone 327-3147 MACLEODS THURS, FRI, SAL SCOPE MOUTHWASH. Reg. 1.47....................... 17-oz. BORN FREE PROTEIN HAIR SPRAY. Reg. 1.99................. 14-oz. S RIGHT GUARD Reg. 1.39.................................. 5-oz. tin NIVEA CREAM Reo. 1.59 LISTERiNE Reg. 1.67.............................20-oz. bottle MARSHMALLOW PiES Reg. each 57c........................ 12's PANTY HOSE TOSS CUSHIONS Reg. 2.89 TOILETRIES Popular Brand POLIYFILLA (Pre-mixed Reg, 1.25, PAINT EDGER 4fe Reg. 1.15................... PHONE 327-4240 CENTRE VILLAGE MALL ;