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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HOCKEY WEEKEND Book Now for our Next Hockey Woekend Jon. 28, 29 and 30th. limited Space Available........... ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 328-3201 gc Herald 1ECOND SECTION Alberta, Wednesday, December 1, 1971 PAGES 13 TO 28 ERICKSEN'S PASTRY SHOP 3rd MM. Drive S. Phone 328-8161 "The Pioneer ond Leading Retail Shop in tethbridge" FINEST QUALITY PASTRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS Olson to attend Chianina showing Federal Agriculture Minister Bud Olson will attend North America's first public display of the Italian-bred Chianina cattle at the Lethbriclge Re- search Station Thursday. The display is set for 10 a.m. at the individual feeding barns south of the station's biology building. Signs will be posted directing all traffic to the prop- er location. There will be four CManina bulls and six heifers, all about 19 months old, with compar- able Herefords in the stall Dr. Syd Slcn, head of the ani- mal science section said they represent a good cross-seclion of the breed. Dr. Slen said the Chianina is considered the largest breed in the world, wilh mature bulb weighing up to pounds and females up to pounds. Tlie large size and high growth rate make it a vci} desirable animal for the domes- tic cattle industry. Lethbridge Exhibition has profitable 1971 season By RIC SWIHART Staff Writer The Lethbridge and District Exhibition is budgeting for a million pari-mutuel wager by patrons for the two horse race meets in 1972. The total money wagered in 1971 was an increase of from 1970, when UK exhibition board took over the fall racing meet operation. The exhibition board receives 12 per cent this total. The rest is paid out to the people who wagered bets on the races. In his report to the share- holders at the annual meeting Tuesday, President Stan Tiffin said the beer garden operated during the summer fair was very successful. Since no prob- lems arose during its opera- tion, the beer garden will be back next year. He indicated the casino, which was in operation for the second year in 1971, was also a success. The casino will be in operation during the Bocky Mountain Livestock show and sale Dec. 6 to 11. Mr. Tiffin said the exhibition board has been negotiating with the city, and future expan- sion could possibly include a new building of a multi-purpose type. This is being encouraged by the federal department for hibitions to provide facilities for both agricultural and urban population. Mr. Tiffin stressed to the 30 shareholders present that the Lethbridge and District Exhibi tion is a non profit organiza- tion which leases the exhibition grounds from the city. Revenue earned by the op- eration board can be spent only on improvements and additions to the grounds and plant facili ties. If the lease expires, all facili ties revert to the city. Two Lethbridge men were elected to three year terms on the board of directors of the Lethbridge and District Exhi bition. Paul Rusnak of Black's Men's Wear and Jack Lakie of Sicks' Lethbridge Brewery Ltd. were elected, and Carse Goa of the Bank of Nova Scotia and George Chessor of the Canada department of agriculture were re-elected to three-year terms. Federal observers likely at Thursday's Liberal meet Government observers will be on hand at Thursday night's examination of federal policies and performances The meeting (erroneously re- ported in yesterday's Herald for Dec. will be at 8 p.m. HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlton Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3388 Dec. 2 in the Carolina Room of the El Itancho Motor Ho.'el. It is a public meeting not confined to supporters of the government or former sup- porters. "We are told on every hand that so far as western support is concerned, the government is washed said Bill Olaf- son, Liberal association presi- dent. "We want to air all the criticisms, confess to them if they are right and answer them if they are wrong." Bud Olson, federal minister of agriculture, is in Alberta this week and may attend the meeting. NEW YORK FURS NOVEMBER FUR COAT TRADE-IN SALE! CONTINUES WE NEED YOUR OLD FUR TO USE FOR REPAIRS TO FURS IN STORAGE. USE YOUR TRADE-IN AS YOUR DOWN PAYMENT IF DESIRED. We need 11 Hudson Seals 14 Muskrats 15 Raccoons 12 Mouton Lamb 22 Persian Lamb DAD, LET'S TAKE THIS ONE Scott, 3 and Shelly, 7, children of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Crowe of 815 St. S., indicate 1o "pop" I hat this is the one for them. The first supply of Chrismas trees arrived in the city recently ond with the growing display of outdoor decorations throughout the city, families are starting to think of lights, bulbs and tinsel. Santa's traditional nest for gifts, th e brightly decorated Christmas tree, will soon start making tiny eyes shine their brightest as only the festive season can. Wilson Photo Board wants load student evaluation The issue of local evaluation of senior high school students in Lethbridge continr.es to be a topic of dicus.ssion at meetings of the city's pub'ic school board. During the board's regular meeting Tuesday night, it was decided that permission would be sought to have Uie local teachers' cvaluaton count as 50 per cent of the mark in all 10 senior high school subjects for the December and June examinations. NEW CHRISTfA HALF SIZE DRESSES ARRIVING DAILY Open Thursday and Friday Until 9 p.m. NEW YORK FURS 604A 3rd 'Avenue S. Phone 327-3276 THANK Y' for. attending our 6TH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS SHOW and making It such a success again Ihis year The of )he DOOR PRIZES WERE Thurs., Nov. 25lh Mrs. J. M. Campbell 317 12th Slreel S., Lothbridge C Pri., Nov. 26th Donna Frnser Box 406, Raymond Sat., Nov. 27lh Elizabeth 638 8th Street S., Lolhb: .-Jge The department of education, which .scuHlcci complete local evalrolion several ago, has indicated it would approve a request lor por cml local evaluation on ail rath- er than the present six sub- jects. Hou-cver. a Idler from E. K. Ilr.v.'kosworth. deputy minister of education, stated, "It is ex- tremely uniikeiy that this pro- cedure can be applied to De- cember examinations. "The department of educa- tion would leave if.sdf open to charges by .sliidents re- ceived a mark from iheir (crclicr Ilia! they had worked through ihc somcsicr on the basis thiil Ihoir total mark would be by de- partmental examinations.'' Trustee Keg Turner counter- ed thai sdr.K'nts are expecting at least partial local evaluation. 'They are looking for at least 50 per cent, if not total loeal he said. Trustees plan meet to head off strike By RON CALDWELL Staff Writer The Lethbridge and Medicine Hat School Authorities Associa- tion will meet this weekend with Die threat of a strike by the 900 teachers m the two cities hanging over their heads. John Boras, of Lethbridge, chairman of the associate's four man bargaining commit- tee said the meeting will be held Saturday in Medicine Hat. Its purpose to decide whether there would be any sense in returning to the bar- gaining table in an effort to head off a teacher strike that would close schools to approxi- mately students. "If the teachers are willing to wait until this weekend for us to meet, then there's a good chance we can get back to the bargaining said Mr. Boras. "We certainly want to see if they have anything new to pre- sent to us." Joe Berlanclo, Alberta Teach- ers' Association welfare of- ficer, said "teachers are not willing to wait forever" for the boards to decide on whether to meet with them again. "I'm not prepared to say whether we are willing to wait for them to meet this week- said Mr. Berlando. "But we are prepared to ex- plore all possibilities." The move follows Tuesday's announcement that 84 per cent of teachers favor strike action in their 14 month old contract dispute with the school boards. Mr. Berlando said a major factor in the vote was the re- Waterton Park master plan expected by end of year By RICHARD BURKE Staff Writer A new master plan for Water- ton Lakes National Park is be- ing prepared and could be re- leased before the end of the year. Allen Sulatycky, Liberal MP for the Rocky Mountain riding, told The Herald Tuesday the plan is in line with the federal government policy which op- poses an urban environment in the national parks. The policy is not as radical as that of strict conservation- ists, who are against any form of entertainment which is not natural, Mr. Sulatycky said. But the move is toward pro- viding more facilities for camp- ers, tourists and visitors to the parks, he said. One approach to this end Is to de-emphasize private sum- mer cottages and homes. "Within 50 years, Waterton will have almost no summer Mr. Sulatycky said. The government's philosophy is that "the parks are not the preferred property of the res- he said. However, there is no con scious attempt to compel pres- ent lease-holders to give up their cottages. Further, "If you allow cot JCLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic ilBLACK DENTAL LAE Lower Level MEDICAL DiNTAL 1LDG. PHONE 327-M22 THE 100th Mrs. H. Womack, 1235 9lh Ave. received 1 Swrelbrt a rams Shop Marquis Hotel Phone 327-1515 7PO S AVE S J SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. THURSDAY, DEC. 2nd SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Findlay .10" gas range Harvest Gold (only 2 months Nice set wood bunk beds; Good Admiral console TV; Lovely chest of drawers; Nice older chesterfield and 2 chairs; Recliner chair; Nice old wood rocker; Good B.T.U. gas heater with 100% shut-off; Radio-record player; Arborile; 2-office desks; Damaged metal wardrobe; 4- complete beds; 2-large windows; Admiral portable TV; Chrome (able; Wood crib and mattress; Pop cooler 2-pool tables; Good selection of doors; Good Hoover washer- .-nin dryer: Flcetwooti TV: 2-old oak chairs; Metal typing desk; TV tables; 3 chrome chairs; Baby buggy; 2-book cases; Good floor jack Grind-0-Matic food grinder; 2-hall runners. Large commercial vacuum; Pair lamps; TV stand; Clothes hamper; Electric heaters; Bedroom suite; Selec- tion bikes; Small showcase; Gas, coal and oil heaters; 2- kitelicn cabinets; Nice fireplace; 54" mattress; 4-track tape deck; 2-felt paintings; Rug; Exercise bench; Orbit swings; Good floor polisher; Large fan; 2-old phones; Guitar; Dishes; Pols and pans; Cutlery; Motors; Nice drapes; Propane regulators; Fire extinguisher; 2-new purses: Hair dryer; Small appliances; Road race set; Toys; Wood and ebony carvings. Many More Items Too Numerous To Mention. 1961 BUICK I.E SABRE 4-DOOR HARDTOP Good Condition FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 328-4705 7nd AVE. LITHIMDOE AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. 41 tages in one park, you must allow them in all parks. And, why shouldn't everyone have the privilege of having a sum- mer cottage" in one of the parks? The goal is to have only peo- ple living in the parks who op- erate services necessary for tourists. Personnel for such op- erations as railway and forest service will also be allowed to live in parks. Of prime concern is the limit- ed amount of space for develop- ment of new cottages as well as expanding general tourist facilities. Waterton, for one, has no room for expansion, Mr. Sula- tycky said. He proposes the park boun- daries be extended either to the north or west to accommodate more people. (This year, park attendance reached a record high of visitors.) The Waterton Chamber of Commerce and leaseholders have been waiting for the mas- ter plan for more than a year to see if it includes a boun- dary extension. ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANERS C and A Sheef Metal 1709 2 Ave. S. Ph. 328-5973 luctance ot Ihe school hoard's negotiating team to meet with teachers. "We have been trying un- successfully to meet with them since Sept. 10 and there have only been five clays of bin-gain- ing since Sir. Berlando. 'If the attitude of the boards doesn't change, they will force. us into a strike. However, I'm optimistic they will change their attitude." Teachers must give two full working days' notice prior to going on strike, so if teachers .re not prepared to give Ihe boards until this weekend to decide on a meeting, the 50 schools in Lethbridge and Medicine Hat could be closed as early as Monday. For that to happen, strike notice would have to be given by Thursday morning. 73 PINTS LcthhriclRc man, Carl Fraser. adclrcl Ms 73rd pint of blood to the 233 pints donated last night at the Heel Cross Blood Donor Clinic. The clinic continues this evening and Thursday at the Civic Centre. FOR SALE THE CHRISTEAN SCIENCE MONITOR An Inlernotional Doily Newspaper At The CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM Corner 12th St. S 4lli Ave. S. Open 12 Noon to 2 p.m. EXCEPT SUNDAYS AND tEGAL HOIIDAYS Visit Comm's Soon for lovely new dress shoes for the Christmas season! NEW DRESSY SUNG by "EMPRESS" in black kid under gass. Ideal for those coming Christmas parties. SM Ihit lovely DRESS PUMP by Liia Debt Available in red, black ond navy wet look. VISIT OUR SLIPPER BAR Wonderful Gift Ideas Men's-by Packard ond Foam Treds Ladies' Snuggle Bugs by lyons. In blue, orange, booties and mules. Also many other styles. Children's slippers, too OPEN WED. AFTERNOON OPEN THURS. AND Ml. TIL P.M. Joyce Style Shoe as shown at left. Available in camel, bur- gundy, green, black, or brown suede. Also in blacl: or brown crinkle patent wet look. SEE OUR LOVEtY COLLECTION OF LADIES' HANDBAGS They make lovely Choose from lealhers, wet looks and suedes in a wide choice. HI STYLE BOOTS In toothers and wot looki. Make wonderful gifts. our great selection now. CAMM'S 403 5th St. S. SHOES K> M HOLIDAY 8 TRACK CAR STEREOS COMPLETE WITH Retail Value Special Price SPEAKERS 49 95 ANGLO iVW cream 9 DiinrnftDADL DISTRIBUTORS STEREO PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE 419 5th Sf. S. Phone 328-6922 OPEN THURS. AND FRI. TILL 9 P.M. ;