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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HOCKEY WEEKEND Book Now for our Next Hockey Weekend 29 and limited Space 41 ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 3283201 The LetKhrldge Herald SECOND SECTION December 1971 JAGES 17 TO 32 IVo change seen in Grade 12 exams The future of Grade 12 de partmental examinations was discussed during a meeting be tween officials of the depart ment of education and the Al berta School Trustees Associa tion in Edmonton Education Minister Lou Ilyndman said his department has been under considerable pressure to discontinue the exams but there will be no sig nificant change in he present system during this school He said while there has been a growing demand for an end to departmental examinations in Grade the body of opinion is not Many feel they are objective and eliminate the possibility of bias due to a poor student teacher with teachers bo coming b e 11 e reducatcd and the emphasis leaning towards acquiring abilties that are not easily evaluated by one year end the value of depart mental exams is being ques Ilyndman said while lie outcome of the review of the situation cannot be possibilities range all the way to complete accreditation off all high schools in the Letters to Santa Tlie Herald will publish a selection of childrens letters to Santa Glaus prior to To make this Her ald reporter Ron Caldwell asks parents to forward to him duplicate copies of any letters their children plan to send to so that they arrive before They should be sent to San ta Claus The Leth bridge Lynn funeral Saturday A longtime city resident will be buried in the Field of Honor at Mountain View Cemetery James died in Leth bridge During his was involved in community ac He was branch manager of the City Canada Manpower Centre until and the past president of the Credit Union League of He was also an honorary chief of the Peigan Indian re Lynn is survived by his wife four sons and one Requiem Mass will be con ducted in Patricks Catholic Church at 10 Interment will HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlton Hill 1262 2nd Phone 3283388 Vandalism reported City police are investigating overnight cases of vandalism and A breakin at the Cornwall Canting 2nd and 23rd resulted in dam age to machines and the theft of Theft of 13 stereo tapes from a parked car totalled Tools valued at were stolen from a parked An undetermined amount of damage resulted when a group of youths ripped pickets from a picket Snoiv White sold out A sellout crowd of 450 attend ed Thursdays performance of the student Snow at Agnes Davidson School Don said tonights performance is already sold The operetta is directed by Davidson music teacher Margaret CLIFF Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Lcvcl MEDICAL DENTAL PHONE 3272822 DEALER SPECIALS 1 9 Volt Transistor Battery The Red Ones Transistor Battery Hatteria pour transistors 89c SPECIAL 77C EACH AVAILABLE AT LEISTERS MUSIC Paramount Theatre Fresh Eveready Bnttoricj Also Available At Tho Following Dealers Malts Confectionery Short Stop Service Valuo Village Drug Golt Homo Appliances 3D Hobby Shop Odettes Central Taber Johnson Tahor Drugs Houseof Color Mossoy Hardware Sandys Jewellery Stubbs Drugs McCrcndyBaines Stokes Drugs Chinook 66 Service Tabor Supermarket Bud Olson handles Lethbridges largest Chianina Agriculture wellsupportedOlson Claims that agriculture is missing out on federal govern ment money lo the benefit of the business and sec tors hold no according to Bud federal minister of In an interview Olson said the grain mdus try in particular receives huge amounts of f e d c ral There is more help for the grain industry than lo the rest of he Grain accounts for only 25 per cent of the agriculture Payments to agriculture out of the federal includ ing the wheat account pay ments through the Temporary Wheat Reserves Act the Lift program and cash advances for farm stored grain are as much as is spent on other sec tors of the he He said some of the dairy subsidy is spent in the and Lelhbridge has the major research station hi Canada out side the main station in Otta Fifty per cent of the sugar beet subsidy money is spent in Alberta and 90 per cent hi Wes tern any agricultural pro cessing plant which can show the same critera as business and industry can have part of the million subsidy he He said there is also another series of subsudies for agricul ture He mentioned the turkey and potato purchase programs and subsidies to the blueberry and apple He said hogs would fall under similar categories in the near Olson will address the Taber Barnwcll Sugar Beet Growers Association annual banquet He will speak briefly on the new government plan to assist small farm Lethbridge Symphony plays 6 Lethbridge Symphony night is etting Anyone who has reserved a ticket and has not picked it up mav find it has been said Michael Thomas of the sym jhony Tlie first performance of the season will lake place at C at the Yates Mem irial Thomas said there are mly about 250 seats He ad ised all those interested in at ending to buy their tickets EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR SHOEREPAJR MIKE HANZEL 317 7th STREET SOUTH City industry is growing at expense of rural areas By RUDY HAUGENEDER Staff Writer The industrial might of cities will continue to grow a the expense of less populate and developed says an urban planning David a Univcrsit of Lethbridge professor of so ciology says the federal govern mcnts program to distributi away from highlyde veloped urban areas to poorer areas in is He was speaking to the South ern Alberta Council on Public The effort to decentralize in dustry through the departmenl of regional economic expansion is failing because of its poor accomplish m e n t he About million spent by DREE in a nation wide bel where one third of the popula tion Itas not created the jobs awl job distribution ex Companies are still concen trating on developed areas be cause of the responsibility they have to their stock he As a result they invest areas where profits are assurec already industrialized The three year old DREE unable to control centraliza tion of he The failure to distribute in dustrial growth more evenly results from historic events dat inc back more than 30 The prcblcnr is that the fed eral government provides the but the development powers lie in Ihs hands of the rovincial 3ettison because of historic btitli cities and finan ciers hold the power reigns to SUNDAY IS FAMILY DAY at ERICKSENS Meals Atmosphere Entertainment LEN 7OETEMAN ACCORDIONIST to TN THE OLD OF WftSTTRN HOSPITAUTT latnu atnuy PHONE 3287756 FOR RESERVATIONS Because the two powerhold ers are united in a common cf provincial governments just recently realizing their power and importance in de are finding it diffi cult to regain He an example of the power cities have is the de mand by the Canadian Feder ation of Mayors and Municipal ities to sit in and vote at con stitutional meetings between the federal and provincial gov Tlie power of the provinces has also been decreased by an increasing linkage between the federal government and cities Bcttison the lack of facilities in smaller or undeveloped areas where long term planning loans for public services leading to investment security are difficult to cream meetings Saturday Producer meetings to dis cuss the dairy industry and the proposed milk market sharing plan will be Iteld in the Civic Centre on Cream producers will meet at and fluid milk pro ducers will meet at 8 Tlie meetings are designed o inform producers of the rami fications of he plan proposed by IJie Committee on Milk Mar ket sharing before the pro ducer plebiscite on whether to implement the A similar meeting will le held in Pincher Creek tonight at it FIRST PATENT The first patent for an inven tion granted in what was to be come Canada was given to a Samuel Hopkins in for a iroccss to make tiRT STUDIO ON FIFTH BVENUE ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMIN6 ARTISTS SUPPLIES flRT GALLERY 710S AVE S LETHBRIOGEALTA Without public services community docs not offer fin anciers an assurance their in vestments are The trend towards urban cen tralization is not he Limits for city expansion must be although they unlikely because of current bus iness Ho said cities arc suffering from their enough recreational fa cilities are available to Recreation o city dwellers usually means travel ling into the H o w e v c Bettison warned that recreational facil ities may not be the answer to a city dwellers personal problems but the reduction of personal debt which was re corded at per capita five years ago could This figure did not include such things as but only personal expenditure Tills indebtedness can be at tributed to the climbing crim inality rate and other problems encountered in large he Tlie reason people put up with this type of life is that man adjusts to any environ ment he and learns to live with a What is required is a more concerted effort for decentral ization by the provincial gov ernment to spread industry and re introduce personal Pharmacy Facts from STUBBS weve had to refuse to refill some prescriptions friends and customers have brought to While we appre ciate Oeir coming to we are controlled by the fact that many ol the prescriptions your doctor writes require his continued author ization each lime we refill them for we are now operating under the lew Drug Abuse Law which jrohihils the refilling of certain rcscriptions after a definite icriod of time without further iiithorization from your IIPSO rules and laws arc in ef fect for your protection and good We deeply appre ciate your bringing your pre scriptions lo but we have to take both care and caulion with the refiling of appreciative ser vice You can always be sure of it here at your friendly phar macy of Were always glad to sec and he of service lo you hero nt 1506 9th Open daily to Sundays a n d Holidays to and to ERICKSENS PASTRY SHOP 3rd Drive Phono 3288161 The Pioneer and Leading Retail Shop in Lethbridge FINEST QUALITY PASTRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS Chianina cattle in open house By RIC SWIIIART Staff Writer Exclamations of astonishment and w h a ts next1 were everywhere as cat tlemen and interested people from across Western Canada caught their first glimpse of the worlds largest Tlie Lcthbridge I e search Station held open house for North Americas first imported Italian bred Chianina cattle showing 10 of the 28 animals in The animals arrived at the research station 9 and re mained in quarantine until In they spent more than one year in quaran tine in The breed was brought to Janada to provide additional genetic material for cross breeding with domestic cattle including Aberdeen Angus and Syd head of the animal science section at tire reseach said the ani four bulls and six mil be used for scientific re primarily as a termin sire in a threebreed cross ing This means the Chianina will be used mostly as a mate for an animal which is the re sult of one Federal Agriculture Minister Bud Olson was impressed with the condition of the You could sec their ribs when they first came to he He noticed that UK hair on all the animals was responding to the considering they were being fed a 50 per cent hay Lee co owner of Economy Feeds said lie animals appeared better Uian he thought they He said they recorded a high conversion rate for fecdlot ra tion and said they would be good animals for feeding in a custom feed Cyr of Pincher Creek said ho was highly impressed with the I think the cattle have had a rough time in quarantine and even their rate of gain is lietter than I have he Morris of Warner said ths cattle look better than ho and arc going to add size to the present Charlie McKinnnn of Calgary and Valli of members of lie provincial advisory committee to re search said these par ticular animals are favorable for their They both agreed Chianina is a terrific breed of cattle but said ony time will tell whether they will be successful in Can They suggested the Chianina will be a pni of the increasing cross breeding program being promoted across Leonard former provincial minister of agricul said the Chianina will provide cattlemen with a to produce more weight on calves and beef cattle per He said the aim of producers in going to larger animals is strictly economically orient ed It costs very little morn to raise a large llalmrast pointed to the fine head of the Cbianiina which in his opinion will reduce calv ing problems common to other exotic breeds like The bulls on display were 19 months old and the heaviest weighed A full grown bull will weigh up lo A mature female will weight LEROYS PLUMBING AND GASFITTING Phone LEROY ERLENDSON 3288403 RELIEVES GAS PAINS NEW 1600 VW ONLY S66 PER MONTH 1965 VISTA CRUISER STATION WAGON Extra Clean S888 1966 VW DELUXE Radio S844 1967 PONTIAC V8 Automatic Al Condition S999 RAEWOOD MOTORS 3rd and 16lh Salei 32B453T Car Lot 3284356 DRIVER EDUCATION COURSE Take the frustration out of learning to ENROLL NOW in an Driver Education Course Dual Control Cars Government Certified Instructors FOR FURTHER INfORMATION Phone 3281771 Or write ALBERTA MOTOR ASSOCIATION 903 3rd South Lethbridge Wonderful wearable gifts for the whole family MENS SLIPPERS by Packard and Foam Trcds LADIES SUPPERS Lyons Snuggle Bugs in Booties and Mules LADIES HANDBAGS leathers and Wet Looks CURLING BOOTS Tor the Curling Mom and Dad by Ernie Richardson MISSES GRANNY BOOTS Orion Pile Lined in Sizes I 1 to 3 GENUINE SEALSKIN SNOW BOOTS Matching Boos for Men and ladies CHILDRENS SHOES Its limo for now shoes for Choose from Savage or Class Misses new suede Misses dressy nylon ties Drossy wet look styles Boys Savage unimolds slipons and bucklr Scivagn Seniors up to 6 in tics ond slipons OPEN WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS OPEN AND TIL 9 CAMMS 403 5th Street SHOES ;