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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta LAS VEGAS i 4 ni'jVili all intlyiiv? IOJF, rfcparl'jre Dtt. 17lh. Per Person For booklngi and further information contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL PHONE 328-3201 The LetKbtidge Herald SECOND SECTION LeUibridgfe, Alberts, Thursday. Uec.-ernber 14, 1972 PAGES 17 TO 23 LETHBR1DGE OFFICE FURNITURE UD lower Level 7th Shopping Mo Lelhbridge, Alberia Phone (4C3) 328-7411 S.C.M. TYPEWRITERS Mental health base needed By JOB MA Herald Slafl Writer Hospital? should be the of mental health services, provincial department of beal'n and social devr-lojvrnent has told the Lethw-idge Municipal Hos- piUl. Dr. C. P. He'lon. acting ru Lethbridge earlier in the it v.-as reported a' night's meeting of the Letb- bridge General and Auxiliar Hr.-spita! a.-ri Nursing Horn' IXstrict Xo. 65 board. "He said hospitals should be responsible for intensive and meeting with Dr. Mellon. I H o s pital administrator Andy ited the board to send in a cj 'mission before June. in improving mental health care facility After the inwrt.bg. Mr. An- dreachuk said Dr. Hellorj tro 2n' trr I MH a rn-> advTjate bed'.; 21 in dav care of psychiatric pa bridge said Frank Russell, '.jjor board chairman who rr c Mr. P.'ivVrl] slso sking part i_n disi-assioris a grouD intro- duce home health care in ca to rf.-l oap t-dl rxjard voted are Public school supt. plans to retire o ar-k the The of service, St. Michael's Kospital. Victnrian ol i N'ursw, Le'.h- i FajTiiiv id-sn'Mentsl HeaJth f and trie Cattle feeders to organize own provincial group By GREG McLNTYRE Herald Staff Writer en the group exert pressure federal government to relate barriers on The president of the Western transportation. Association failed Ken Huriburt 'PC Wedntsaay to talk the pro- bridge) welcomed the new vir.ce s livestock feeders into j _ I thick staying within his organization, i on nun1 voted unanimously He orJy people that can look after the industry we have are the people we have in that industry." Mr. Gil Christ said be hoped the new group would bring its ALL THE ANSWERS Theie University of Lelhbridge s'uder.li ieem to cl! the answers os they beor down on semester examinations. The brain strafn will be all over nexfr prior to the deserved Chrfstmaj Sfudenls return for the spring semester Jon, 10- Mr. Andreachuk the 1Z petition prepared St. Michael's to 30 "xith rules under fire Feeders at an organizational meeting at the Lethbridge Exhibition Pa- vilion to pursue their ovm CT- ganizstion the Alberta Cat- tle Feeders Association. a IS d'el.ir annual meeting grain, transportation, export markets, environment regula- i tions, research and i-elated as- j peels of the livestock industry. COMPLAINTS Stockgrtra-ers president Tom Gilchrist ol Milk River argued unsuccessfuDy against com- of the Western Stockgrowers to be held Jan. 29 u> 3! at EanU. A director of the feeders as- plaints that his speaks for the cow-calf indus- try and has not promoted the feed business enouEh. After the vote, llr. Gilchrist plan of action is based on thai similar organic lion 5 in Ida- ho Washington. He produced a letter strongly organization i endorsing the new organization {rom Hugh Homer, Alber- minister of agriculi-ore. Cattle feeders in Alberta, he S2id.> will use 70 to BO million offered the fledgling organi- j bushels of feed grain during the zation office and secretary ser- 1 nezt months, which repre- rices in the stockgrowefs or- y> per In rtwrts o! his Michael's using it retiremer.t. Dr." Lsrsw said he "A months later rad to try- an- in the re- offrisllv" on" Jan. v> J'jin thc regional be 23. sirice vo-j 'The i'fjfA sbo'Jt it. T guess LMH to expand rrri-jsi'w" lfj emergency and Dr Larson 63 has been in- turned dovra "for volverf i" educator vears tl-aie Russell rj c f-in. said. dent, in since i He read a letter fronr: the Pre'rJo-jsly, he been sup- Commission said it is in Rat the picture of a-'d Cour.ty of as heakri care in ths v-'ell as a and pro-.-Lice'1 prirx.ipal for a number of years. iidt-r the reqtast now. Christmas pantomime set The Christeas pant- .'.rerr-orii! Ce.T..-e Dec. M to 29. Tris veai's procx-tioa U Tne Old V.'ornan In The Shoe. ten aBd directed fcr.' Mursl Joil- iffe. FrarJ: star Darne and the cast "y GREG McT.VTl'RE Ibrald Staff iVriler A C.-ov.-sr.e.rt Pas? group irotest to Premier There are 805 from Pir.cher Creel: to the B.C. border, he said. The nevr regulations co'.'er use of ail off-higrrA-ay ve- hicies also req'jire vehicles to be registered in tie name of a person 32 years or over. Ywisgsters urxier 14 are not i allowed to operate an oii-high- jut an adult under th1; Off- Vehicle Act T.fion'.r, require pay a S-5 rtg- ist; provide way vehicle cus'.e i.-ituraiKe. I present. a S5 resiitratlcn j irisuraijce requirement i> f--i ins'tir- same for a regiiUr hish- I v.a? reomreri. mourr vehicle minimum i petition be drcukM pubKc liability a motor vehicles office in bridge. has designatsi forest reserves Off-highway veriicles incl'jde oper: tise by a variety of relatively new two Tney may also be operated and four wheeled arxl tract on frozen ialies aad in veriicles used on and provincial parts, but not fully equipped Parl: the Travers Dam- for use. ANTIQUE AND BYGONE SALE SAT., DEC. 16th P.M. Iftrm such 01: 6 pfece dtpretiiGn glait pic no, pump gcn, pfui 150 CATALOGUE AVAllAELi ON PSQUEST Fridoy 7-10 p.m. AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. H. fhone 327-1222 ir.cludes Ijrrfa Jact.wn. Erlsn ar.-d Tte Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge Ls the paritomime for the year. Tlni-es for the performancTe are p.m. and p.m. on Eorring Day p.m. Dec. ?7-23. Tickets. H for adults Si for children, are available from Leister's Music Ltd. co.-nrnunities in the 'Pass perry damage said Jim Miy- i the eztra levey i auchi, aisistant manager of the distance other restrictiots are unfair, i saii V.'aUice Aebii o? Blairmore. a director o! the Pass: The petition vrith a brie! be s---nt to Premier i beca-jse it concerns a ntrmber i of different departments, be: said in an btervievr. The brief will asi that seme j of tbo vfx.f; rolkcled from The Vehicle Act. replac-es the Act, ofj-highway vehicles may not travel on arr." portion of the highway, said llr. Miy- auchi. crosring highways, all passengers miist get off and the off-hiarnvay vehicle must be- ar; ven across b the shortest ossible. Lake area in Little 9rt are popular BTKr-nnobiie in the Lethbridge a government spokesman said. Access is thiotJgb provincial parks to these Isies. he said. A srvrA-rnobUe trail has also been set aside at Cameron Lake in Lakes 1 Park. The Alberta Cattle Feeders Association will now launch z province wide membership campaign to sign-up those who government produce the 20 .OW head of cat- tle per week slaughtered in the province. Membership will be Kti per person or five cents a head of cat-.le marketed for feed Iv op- erators. Jack Homer e 50 v.'ho attended the sents 50 per cent grain produced in the province. Tne new organization should work to have a federal ban on the artificial steer fattening c h e m i c El, diethylsHbestroI fDES) lifted, he said. I Chain! meetirg. said "I down here TOh'mked feelings about whether this organization is neeessarv." s Christmas Special! 12-oi. size DECORATOR TUMBLERS Package of 4 LCC upsets meat retailers Tne association must enlist st least 50 per cent tii0 orov- ince's private and commercial ldeal for gifls feed Io: operators, he said, and enlertoinir'9. Heavy I Canadian Cattlemen's i' lion which is doing a good job CHRISTMAS of promoting the interests the Western farmer. Mr. Homer suggested the By RICHARD BURKE Herald Staff Writer increased registration fee be A disagreement nas devcuop- to improve td between local mea.t retailers and the Community also a.sk that the ia-' CoUege cr.-er the'sile re meat profi! justing organization. Lnce rec-uiremer.t be la most cases, the cuts sold-part of the program, he said, j j at the college are "the lowest j felling the cuts allows the i priced in he said. to come in contact Mr. McPherson stresses that with customers which helps the lower prices can be charg-: them when they get into the ed because the class is not a business, he said. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dentol Mschanlt BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDC. lower Level PHONE 327.282? are ran U'ART STUDIO tjtt ricTu ARTISTIC ;1 ART ;1 Jj AVE cuts at the college. To maie a pro-fit would con- Altbvjgh to specific action tradict edijcation, he said. abcrjt fc-ar months of the i5 planned, at least three meat i yr. McPherson said he un- vesr ar-d have relatively retailers do not approve of the derstood pc-ople from the indus- in Alberta. practice of selling meat Ln Snowrnobiiers at in direct competition with Biirmore ar-d pincrier Creek marked. recently decided to join clubs: "It's absolutely ridieu-cas, the prc-.-ince In pro- ssys the manager of the meat frtinj the new' reg'jjatioos he department for a local Euper- market. "We support these peo- pie with tax mosey and they j run direct competition with us." nri a real meat mar- try were involved in the or- ganization of the meat cutting program at the college. They agreed the students should be involved ia mercharKiizing as In the process, the meat cut- ting class runs only a "limited amount of to the local retailers. Tne volume of meat sold at the college is not very high, Mr. McPherson said. Tne vol- ume increases as the students' cutting experience uocreases. P.O. open 1 Saturday There no car- NEW HAIR STYLING HELPERS from AdcCREADY-SAINES THE HOT COME fro-r, REV.INGTON MIST-AIR HOT COMB ffs-r, PtWIrlGTOD 20.95 24.95 19.49 22.95 KINDNESS COMPACT 4 Jl by CLAJPOl............................. 14i f O SALES APE BACKED BY SERVICE" McCREADY-BAINES SUN6EAM KAIR GROOMfR for MEM MAX the MINI HAIR DRYER fo- er.d 614 3rd Ave. South Free 0 a.m. to 4 f'jl! carrier V- provide. :xr orx.-n froni 5 s. m. to thft p-jblic bir. Vj hcspiials or seaic.' eiuzens he said. i Tne manager of tvx; Alberta agrees it is sot fair that the public can rr.eat cheaper at the than tt the reallv doesn't hurt car business, hut it raaJres us look Pwp'.e don't realize that tr.5 CcTj at coit v.e the manager of Eco- M'--6t is liar operation at he says sorM'J-Jr.f be it. Mo-.: o! the c'Jrto-ers s'. the srt Fir. J.IcPherson, meat c'j'.tLrrg class instructor "Although doa't adverose. we 7.H1I sell in the rer.ers! Mr. said. GIFT SUGGESTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS! SHEAFFER PEN and PENCIL SETS SHEAFFER DESK SETS (Good Assortment) SHEAFFER BALL POINT PENS ATTACHE CASES A good selection of OFFICE CHAIRS and STACKING CHAIRS. MANUAL and ELECTRIC PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS ROYAL ELECTRIC CALCULATORS in various rangei CHINOOK STATIONERS LT0, ST. SOUTH PHONE 327-4591 SMILEY'S PLUMBING BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 328-2176 EXTRA WEAR FOX EVERY PAIR MIKE HANZEL 317 7lh STREET SOUTH COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 328-7883 ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENIAL MECHANIC Schworfz Eldg. 222 5lVi SI. S. 322-4095 For Your Christmas Parlies FRUtT (Dork and Light) Plum Pudding Mince Pies Tarts Christmas Cookies BAKERY 2021 3RD AVE. S. PHONE 328-8161 1701 MM DRIVE PHONE 328-7751 KIRK'S UN1ROYAL TIRE OFFER ND TIRE HALF PRICE When you buy first lire me r.ufcctyrcr's print- ed price. Wide 78 Seriei Tread Quick Sure Traction Whisper Quiet Full i. Pfy Nylon I nn 15.23 21.70 32.30 j 1540 -11.23 t Z0'60 43.50 CRJDIT PLAN AVAILABLE AT USUAL RATES) KIRK'S LETHBRIOGE-1621 3rd Ave. S.Tj Phone 327-5985 or 327-4705 "e TA8ER, Alto-6201 50th Ave. Phon. 223-3441 FERME, B.C.-Phone 423-7746 ;