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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednetdoy, April 11, 1973 THI LETHBRIDCE HfRALD 37 Hereford bull brings PINCHER CREEK (Special) Glen Ranch of Pincher Creek paid the top price for a two- j ear-old Hereford at the second annual registered range bull sale conducted by Pincher Creek Breeders Association. The animal, consigned by the McMyre Ranching Company of Magrath, sold for A total of 38 Hereford and Angus bulls sold at an average price of Twenty five two-year-old Herefords averaged each; nine two-year-old Angus brought each and four yearlings sold for each. Raymond Rhodes of Clares- holm paid for the high- est Angus bull, consigned by Gerald Hochstein of GMH Blue- bird Ranch. The highest con- signee for a group of animals was Ed Newton of Del 'Bonita. Four bulls which he entered av- eraged COLLEGE MALL CAFETERIA Licensed for the sale of BEER and WINE We feature DAILY NOON HOUR SPECIALS Commencing Monday, April 23rd Our Business Hours Will Be As Follows Man. thru Wed. Open 8 a.m. to 12 Midnight Thurs. thru Sat. Open 8 a.m. to 1 a.m. WE WILL ALSO BE OFFERING On Our Daily Menu! COLLEGE MALL CAFETERIA Hallinsworth'! BLOUSES 300 assorted colors and sizes. Regular values to NOW PRICED FROM to 5 PANTS CORDS DENIMS FLANNftS 200 assorted pairs to choose from. Regular values to QQ NOW PRICED i FROM 5 Haflinswarth'a COLLEGE SHOPPING MALI Long'service aivards How to embarrass a government By RAM SUNDAR CP Correspondent BOMBAY (CP) Opposition groups in the Indian state of Or- issa have devised a novel method to embarrass the ad- ministration. They have begun what they describe as a "vigorous social boycott" of the state governor, B. D. Jatti, who has rejected the opposition claim that it has a majority in the legislature. Until a few weeks ago Orissa was governed by the ctate unit of Prime Minister Indira Gan- dhi's Congress party. When the ministry, led by Chief Minister Nandini Satpathy, fell following defections, opposition parties in- sisted they should be allowed to form a new government. The SHAKE HOUSE in College Shopping Mall Your 1 Stop For The Finest MILK SHAKES SUNDAES CONES MALTS BUTTERED POPCORN Try Some Soon! Comes to town.. in NEW STYLES from THE SHOE MAN COUEGE SHOPPING MALI, lETHMIDGf ENJOY DEVLISH GOOD DRINK made from fresh oranges EXCLUSIVE IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA For o Premium Hot Dog Choose one of these Mongrel Dog popular dog, at ORANGE JULIUS CENTRE VILLAGE MALL COLLEGE MALL Chile Dog a mtal in a minute! The Sewing Basket... Just in lime for TJRRY TOWHUNG 45" salterns for BEACH WEAR, TA81ECIOTH5, CURTAINS for CCfiTAGES or CAMPERS, NEW POIYJSTERS Wide wwderM pfoim end teTTir. for new CosJcr ourtifa or COTTON KNITS wifb Motcfring Ribbing SUIT FABRICS Bra Srr isr 5B-ecio' Order; or, We oive officiol ond Sewmo in Scsic 8, Wear ond lingerie. For mere information erf 378-8414 THE SEWING BASKET COLLEGE MALI rHONi But Governor Jatti decided that no group or combination of groups was in a position to run the administration effectively. So he recommended to the fed- eral government the imposition of direct rule by President V. V. Giri as provided in the Indian constitution. The direct rule will continue till fresh elections are held to the state legislature. Orissa opposition leaders say that Mrs. Gandhi and Jatti are guilty of "burying democracy." But since they are committed to constitutional methods, they have decided to make things as uncomfortable as possible for the governor without disturbing law and order. SHUN PARTIES Under the social boycott scheme no opposition politician will attend parties thrown by the governor or invite him to any function. "There is no question of even a said one opposi- tion leader. "Until he shows bet- ter democratic sense, will consider the governor to be a political untouchable." Biju Patnaik, a top leader of the powerful opposition Pragati (Progress) party, said at a pub- lic rally that "anyone who asks the governor to his house or in- stitution will be regarded as a traitor to the cause of democ- racy and progress." One suggestion being consi- dered by Jatti's critics is that when he drives by no one should salute him with folded hands in the customary Indian fashion but instead "turn away in the other direction." BOUND TO GIVE IN Orissans have been asked to send glass bangles to the gover- nor. Since bangles are worn only by women, this amounts to telling Jatti, "Look, you didn't behave with the courage ex- pected of a man" H. K. Mahtab, a former chief minister of Orissa, is quoted as saying: "We will wear the gov- ernor down through the social boycott. He is bound to succumb ultimately and deal with the op- position fairly." Jatti is not likely to give up easily. Though attending public functions and acting as host at dinners are among the principal occupations of the governor of an Indian state, he can do with- out such things, one Jatti sup- porter said. Another supporter claimed the governor actually welcomes the social boycott since he can devote more time to reading and listening to classical music. i SECOND i MORTGAGE LOANS UNLOCK YOUR EQUITY TODAY Money Available For: ij HOUSE REPAIRS -NEW CAR {-DEBT CONSOLIDATION j-VACATION TRAILERS li- HOLIDAYS to or more hidden charges bonus Call 328-2381 Jodoy for an oppointtnenl or YOU do bflter ff'n CANADIAN ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION LIMITED COlltGS MALI Four Lethbridge employees of Canadian Western Natural Gas Co. have received long service awards from the company. Three employees were honored for 30 years' serviw with tfie company, left