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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HOCKEY WEEKEND Book Now for our Next Hockey Weekend Jon. 28, 29 and 30th. limited Space Available........... .00 ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 328-3201 The Lcthbndge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Thursday, November 11, 1971 PAGES 17 TO 32 -Wl It'l a GREAT DAY to Ml SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITI (Special Prices on Bulk Ordon) ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-816! 1705 MM. Drivo Ph. 328-7751 Cattle society to meet The founding convention of the Canadian Welsh Black Cat- tle Society will IK held in the Agricultural Building at the Calgary Exhibition Grounds I'Yiday starting at 10 a.m. The morning session will deal with current problems and trends in the beef catUe indus- try and the potential contribu- tion of Welsh Black cattle. Included in the business ses- sions for the afternoon are dis- cussion and adoption of the constitution and bylaws, ports of various committees, election of (lie seven-man board of directors and discussion of the "super cows" in the brood cow breeds. The importance of a system to identify and honor the super- ior cows of the brood cow breed will be discussed. D. C. Lund of Taber, presi- dem and Kelly Fclsom of Hill- spring, secret ary, will seek re- election. Interest in the breed and the society has come from nine Ca- nadian provinces and 38 states in the U.S. During the convention, there will be a display of purebred mid cross-bred Welsh Black cat- tle in the barns adjacent to the meeting room. "ftRT STUDIO ON PIF7H PICTURE ARTISTS' i S AVE lay Phoio 'Lest ice forget' Remembrance Day ceremonies greeted by sunny weather Near-unanimous demand Local teachers seek strike vote By HICHAM) BUHKE Staff Writer About 750 teachers from Lcthbridge and Medicine Hat have taken the first step to- ward striking lo force a set- tlement with public and sep- arate school boards in the two cities. At separate meetings Wed- nesday with ATA welfare offi- cer Joe Bcrlando, teachers of the two cities voted "nearly unanimously" to give the ATA permission to ask the provin- cial Board of Industrial Re-la- live" but to advance one more lions to call a strike vote. j step toward striking. If the Board of Industrial Re- I He .said the trustees in recent lations goes along with the weeks have "closed the doors ATA the teachers could be on on negotiation" saying they strike Christmas, affect- fuse to talk further in the sal- ing about Lelhbridgc stu-1 ary grade and consultation dents ond students in clause issues. Medicine Hat Th? consultation clause would Burke, southern Alter- the school boards t o ta ATA communications consul- tant, said local teachers had a "lively and lengthy debate" be- fore deciding the school trus- tees had left them "no altcrna- U of L, LCC bury hatchet The chief administrators of L e t h b r i d g c's two post-sec- ondary institutions have buried ending a those conditions, that is work- ing conditions, affecting teach- ers. Trustees have refused. The teachers are "thorough- ly disenchanted with the trus- tees' attitudes and the fact that ]H months of negotiation has eoine to an end without a con- tract being signed." -Mr. Burke said. The dispute has continued and teachers have with- i out a contract since the end of i the 1969-70 school year. i The supervised strike vote is While the university was in j expected to be called in about the same building as the col- lege, much of the talk in the regular meetings between the two centred on rents, furnish- ings and equipment. "Tlie structure of the future meetings will be more on the lines of academic areas of mu- tual concern to both institu- said Dr. Stewart. By RUDY HAUGENEDER Staff Writer About persons attended Remembrance Day services at the cenotaph at Gait Gardens. The fathers, mothers, sisters, brothers and children of veter- ans and soldiers who gave their lives preserving democracy from tyranny solemnly bowed their heads i n reverance t o them. Those in attendance were warned not to listen to persons who propose new forms of ty- ranny, and not to allow dollars to become life's priority. The fallen of two World Wars and the Korean War were hon- ored tills morning in Remem- brance Day services at the Civic Sports Centre and by the Gait Gardens cenotaph. At the sports centre, Angli- COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 507 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 328-7883 The Name That Is Famous! for comfort, dependability and handsome good looks JOYCE SHOES A Way of Life "PERFECTO" i Available in chutney old goat and black old goal. "LA SERA" Available in black sweet kid bark. AAA, AA and D widths. Sizes 5'i to 11. "HILARY" A popular Joyce style in camel, burgundy, green, black and brown suede. Also in block ond wet look crinkle patent. can Roy Crisfield warned the next war would Iw a war of annihiliation. H would no longer be fought for territory or principles, but would in- stead become a war for survi- val because of the fury of mod- ern weaponry. There would be few survi- vors if peace were restored after such a war, he said. The Remembrance Day pa- rade began in front of the Army, Navy and Air Force Club at 6th St. and 5th Ave. S. where an estimated 300 people formed. At the parade units were ready to march through the downtown area. Two bands, the Sea Cadet Band and the Royal Canadian Legion pipe band provided the music for the mnrchers. Veterans, Cadets, police, ScouLs and Guides marched through an almost-deserted downtown area. The Lethbridge Ministerial Association conducted the ser- vices at the sports centre. At the centre, sen-ices in- cluded a muffled drum, Rev. Harold .Tost conducting the cal] lo worship and invocation, the hymn 0 God Our Help In Ages Past, a Scripture readmg by Carl Wessmau and the Na- tional Anlhcm by the choir of the Lethbridge Christian Re- formed Church. Capt. J. K. Savers conducted the prayer and Rev. Roy Cris- field addressed Remembrance worshippers. Rev. Harold Jost served the benediction. At the cenotaph the Lcth- bridge Community Band play- ed 0 Canada and Abide With Me. Jim McLaughlin gave the ad- dress to the assembly. John Gilchrist then gave the lament and the 20th Ind. Bty, RCA fired the salute. The Lethbridge Flying Club performed a fly-past, and Vin- cent Ditrich played the Lsst Post. Two minutes of silence were observed at Jl a.m. and then Mr. Ditrich played re- veille. Several wreaths were placed at the cenotaph Including one by bereaved mother Mrs. A. j Wcathsnip. Rev. Bruce Field offered the prayer and benediction fol- lowed by the Lethbridge Com- I munity Band performing the i National Anthem and the U.S. Star Spangled Banner. Those performing in the pa- rade earlier included I h e RCMP, city police and color guard, St. Jolm Ambulance, Royal Canadian Legion Pipe Band, veterans, Polish Veter- ans. Lethbridge Sappers' Asso- j elation, 702 Wing, R.C.A.F. As- sociation, Ladies' Auxilaries' flag bearers from both veter- ans' clubs. Ladies Auxiliaries j from both veterans' clubs, American Color guard. Ameri- can veterans, Sea Cadet band, i Sea Cadets, Wrenettes, Army j Cadets, Air Cadets, Girl I Guides, Boy Scouts and Junior Forest Wardens. ler value for his money will be the aim." Both men agreed the meet- ings are necessary on a regu- 1 lar basis because the their typewriters, lengthy period of innuendoes and professional hard feelings. Dr. Sam Smith, president of the university, and Dr. C. D. Stewart, president of the col- lege, met with other members of both administrations for what was described as "very frank discussion" on the direc- "Transfer of c o u r s e s, dup- tion both institutions will take "'cation of services and an a- in the future in relation to each tempt to give the taxpaver_bet- I other. The date of a further meet- ing has not been set. Dr. Smith said the insti- tutions "agreed not to grievances to the news media, t'ons are for the student and but to settle our differences at' co-operation is necessary or 1 the institutional level. J education for those slu- "Vt'e hoped to get a sense of each other's perspectives face to face in order to work togeth- er to better serve the students at both schools." He said this type of meeting was tried in the early days on a regular basis but pressures of administrative responsibilities had recently kept this type of meeting from happening. Dr. Stewart said he was pleased with the meeting but thought a mistake had been made in not having the high j schools included. He said there is a possibility that the college and the uni- versity can meet with the high schools in the future as a group or individually. REMEMBRANCE DAY NOVEMBER llth CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLOC. PHONE 327.2822 WE PAY TRIBUTE TO THE VALIANT SERVICEMEN FOR THEIR COURAGE, DEVOTION SACRIFICE IN SUPPORT VstRu- OF THE PRINCIPLES OF FREE- DOM! FRACHE'S FLOWER SHOP 322 6th Street South Phone 327-5747 Just Arrived! Ladies' Wrt Look Hi-Cut 14" STYLE BOOT wilh lam- "Lisa Debs" This lovely shoe is A mtr.i (or wi incited lining brown. Misses' Waterproof Hi Cut Orion Pilo lintid SNOW BOOTS in H to 4 in black, navy and red wot block or Iook- Open Thurs. antl Fri, until 9 p.m. CAMM'S 403 5th Street S. SHOES Smart, practical cold wea- ther clothes perfect for ski ond curling enthusiasts, Head for the slopes or the rink in cozy ski-pants, jack- ets and sweaters. ACTIVE WOMEN SHOP AT PRIMROSE SHOP 313 6th St. S. Phone 327-2244 mij, Open Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m. McCready-Baines Pharmacy A Friend the family can rely on! Prescription? Phone in It Gets There Fast! When you're confined to bed, or just when you don't feel well enough to pick up a prescription call us. We deliver! McCREADY-BAINES_______ PHARMACY LTD. CHARGEX 614 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3555 LEROY'S PLUMBING AND GASFITTING Service Work New Installations Phone LEROY ERLENDSON 328-8403 WINDOWS STORM WINDOWS CARPETS FLOORS WALLS CEILINGS UPHOLSTERY JANITOR SERVICES Commercial and Domestic BONDED INSURED QUALITY WORKMANSHIP WE'RE PROUD OF OUR REPUTATION FAIR SERVICES PHONE 327-1272 Experience Something Different Friday and Saturday Evenings and at Ericksen's THIS WEEK FEATURING "The Metros" WESTWINDS DINING ROOM 8 ta 12 p.m. NO COVER CHARGE Phono 328-7756 for Reservations There's Plenty of Snow Left To Come Last Week Was Just A Sample! See Kirk's now and bo ready for ths next n o w fall! There's no better value in town than Kirk's own brand SNOW PLOW RETREADED TIRES Completely Guaran- teed They carry the same guarantee as brand new tires. Now available at special low prices, example: Size 6.50x13. With trade, only 14 ,95 AVAILABLE IN All SIZES1 FOR THE FINEST SERVICING TO PREPARE YOUR CAR FOR WINTER SEE US FOR BRAKES BALANCE SHOCKS I ALIGNMENT All work performed by experts because we know and appreciate the importance of safety! Your UNIROYAL Dealer KIRK'S TIRE SALES LTD. IETHBRIDGE 1421 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-5985 or 327-4705 TABER 6201 50th Ave. Phone 223-3441 FERNIE B.C. Phone 423-7746 ;