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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HOCKEY WEEKEND Book Now for our Next Hockey Weekend Jon. 28, 29 and 30lh. limilod Space Available........... 111 ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Centre Village Mall Phone 328-3201 The Letlitnidcjc Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, November 17, PAGES 15 TO 30 ERICKSEN'S PASTRY 3rd Ave., M.M. Drive S. Phone 328-8161 "The Pioneer ond Lending flctoil Shop in Lethbridge' FINEST QUALITY PASTRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS Giant Italian cattle first on continent Hy IMC SWIIIAKT Staff Writer Tile 'irst Italian bred Cliianina cattle impeded to North America will be on pub- lic display Dec. 2 al the Lrth- bridgc Kracarch Station. Four Cliianina bulls and sis heifers arrived al, the station Sept and they will be releas- ed from the standard quaran- head of the "In plans were made lo Chianina females will go lo La- import European breeds to combe next spring i i, i- The hoavest bull in the lot Canada and al that tune ,t was decided Ihe Lacomhe Research The bulls' average Station would receive Simmon- weight was pounds, lal; Brandon Research Station, tine Nov. 29. Dr. Sid .Slen, animal science department at the research station, said the breed was imported to provide additional genetic material for crossbreeding with domestic cattle (Herefords, Aberdeen- Angus and shorthorns, for ex- Dr. Slen said (lie Chianina is probably the largest cattle breed in the world. It is noted for its high growth rale. The breed also has a high twinning factor when calving. The ancestry of the Chianina Ss considered different from British breeds and for this rea- son should cross favorably with Canadian cattle, he s a i d. Semen appears to he of satis- factory quality. Dr. Slen said the animals are typically a large white breed with relatively long legs and a long body. The skin pig- mentation is black and the ani- mals have a black tail and hooves. Bulls from this breed have been known to attain a mature weight of pounds and fe- males pounds. It's Almost Time For Our 6th ANNUAL CHRISTMAS SHOW Plan to Attend: Nov. 25, 26, 27 (Next Week) GRENADIER ROOM MARQUIS HOTEL MARQUIS Limousin; and Lethbridge, at pounds with the he for the six heifers at "These three stations pounds. now involved in a cattle now arc being fed program to evalualc pelleted grower ration con- n crossbreeding 50 per cent ground hay. using average gain for the bulls "The next step is to 4.0 pounds per day and heif- Uie crossbred heifers from 3.8 pounds per day. program that are out of animals are located in julls and bred to some new individual feeding barn al the Lelhbridge station. Pub- It is planned that viewing will start al 10 a.m. Teachers will to avoid strike A last-ditch effort wall to hinge on the controver- made in Lethbridge later eonsultaUon clause. week lo avert a strike of have said they will teachers in the rural sign without the clause, tricts of southern trustees have stated they Lelhbridge and Medicine not accept it. are not Ackerman it would Frank Ackerman, impossible lo strike in No- Teachers' Association tor, said the is a lot of organiza- vised strike vote has been work to be done for a for Nov. 23 and 24 in the we have to set up final efforts to resolve the committees and the like, pute it would take some time." "There will be a are 18 districts south session Friday in Vulcan and Brooks affected with Uie ATA, the Southern the current situation. berta School AuUiorities the ATA has not ciation and Uie Board of made application lo the trial Relations taking of industrial relations for said Mr. to conduct a super- "We will even continue strike vote in Lethbridge Seals fund at The Kinsmen TB Christmas Seal fund reached 40 per cent of this year's objective today when S739 was received in donations. To date has been re- ceived compared with for the comparable period last year. This year's objective is 973, the record amount Leth- bridge and district residents donated several years ago. Last year's objective of was slightly exceeded. The Kinsmen say: "TB can't be wished away, but it can be nted and cured." FIORELLA One of the first Chianina bulls to be imported into North America. Fiorella weighs in at pounds. Catching first glimpse of the animal are. left to right, Dr. J. E. Andrews, director of the felhbridge Re- search Slation: Jim Orr. livestock supervisor of the station; Dr. Sid Slen .head of the animal science depart- ment at the station; and Bert Jensen and Glen Mockie, cattle herdsman. This animal and the other nine Chianina cattle will be on public display at the research station Dec. 2. Teacher's association seeks change in education property tax system CORRECTION A mistake was made in the library book "identify the pic- ture" contest published in The Herald yesterday. The story published yester- day said there would be a prize for each picture identified. The correct rule, however, Is (hat young people 14 and under must identify all twenty books Defore any prizes will be given. Teachers voted overwhelm- rt MCU. ingly in favor of taking the Chances of a settlement ap- vole al a meeting last week. K j indication the thing can be set tied." By RON CALDWELL Staff Writer The Alberta Teacliers' Asso- ciation has called for a major shift in the method of finan- cing education, wiUi more em- phasis on contributions from the senior governments and less emphasis on property taxes. In a submission to Education Minister Lou Hyndman, the association said property taxes can no longer tear the brunt of educational costs. "There is some doubt that property taxes can continue to tear the same relative share of the expenditures in the next the brief says. "A greater share of educa- tion costs should be borne by the senior governments." Trustees accused of dated thinking Al- That blunt message was con- rtiuaio change 1 ained in an Alberta Teachers' is i their way of thinking or get I Association submission to edu- rt Some school trustee Jj i berta should either out of education. SHOP Marquis Hotel Bldg. ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANERS C and A Sheet Metal 1709 1 Ave. S. Ph. 328-5973 SERVICE L'lD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. THURSDAY, NOV. 18th SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Zenith console color TV; Good dinette table and 6 chairs; Lovely 2-pec. dark brown chesterfield: 10-office desks, various sizes: Swivel office chair: 3-swivcl secre- tary chairs: 2-three drawer legal size metal filing cabinets; 3 drawer letter size metal filing cabinets; Burroughs add- ing machine cash register; Paymaster cheque writer and protector: Complete 5-1" bed; Fireplace. Arhorite: Large oil heater: office chairs: Kclvinator fridge: Good Hoover washer; Hunk bods: Viking TV; Chest of drawers; Built-in oven and counter top range: Wringer washers: Plie.4 of drawers Wardrobe combination; Old pump organ: lie-flat electric range: Wood crib and mattress: old llidcaheil: Kollaway bed frame; Gibson fridge; Poker table. Motorola TV: Occassional chair; Radio; Gladiron Mangle; Electric heater: Pole lamp; 'V electric drill; Mirror- Skis; Ski Boots: Filter Queen Vacuum; Electric guitar and amplifier: 2-oil lamps; Treadle sewing machine: Beds; Gas and electric range; Wringer washers: Beds; Chrome chairs. Plus Many More Items Too Numerous To Mention. cation minister Lou Hyndman. Expressing con cern that some trustees "have a pre-tn- dusttial revolution concept of the association sr.id. "Trustees who are un- j aware of modern personnel practices should either be re- educated to these concepts or he relieved of the responsibility for education.'1 The association also stated that a major factor in the re- cent collective bargaining prob- lems has been "the legislative provision for school boards lo join school authorities associa- tions.'' The ATA contends that teach- ers should negotiate directly with their employers their local school board. "If school boards surrender Iheir authority to bargain they must also be prepared to sur- render their power to the teachers say. The association asked that present 1 e g islation allowing school boards to form associa- tions for regional bargaining be removed, or that boundaries of school districts be changed ACME SNOOKER AUCTION SAIE MONDAY, NOV. 22m: 7 p.m. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 328.1705 1920 2nd AVE. S. IETHBRIDGE AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN lit. 41 lie- 458 to complement such as associa- ion. Indirect reference also made lo a recent ably good record of previous said the ATA. "There should be r.o action School Trustees' Association convention resolution that the government be rskcd to make membership in the ATA volun- tary rather than compulsory. "The drama and immediacy of the situation (collective bar- gaining) over the past five years tends to obscure Uie remark- Socretl delegation John Anderson and Dick Gruemvald, Social Credit MLAs from West and East Lethbridge, will head a delega- tion from the city at the an- nual Sccred convention during Uie weekend. The convention, to be held in the Palliser Hotel. Calgary, will begin Friday following a caucus meeting of MLAs Thursday afternoon. .......j 4 u blJUUUl IK IM (I Alberta taken to alter procedures es- tablished over a pc.ri0fj of The association also took is- j the plan has evolved sue with the six per cent ceil- i said the ATA brief. years." The association said teachers want some control over "their occupational destiny." bargaining r....._.., _ degree of such control without endanger- ing the structure for providing educational service." "The collective process provides ing on spending increases: "Tills rate of increases has proved to be totally inadequate in light of current economic conditions and needed improve- ments in the educational pro- gram. "Unless there is an imme- diate change in Uie financing plan, the effects on most school districts in Uie province in 1972 will be very7 serious and. in the major cities, it will be dis- astrous." The association said there is no evidence to support the be- lief that education costs too much money. "It is our contention that education continues to be one of the best social buys." The association also hit out at the present method of adminis- tering the Innovative Projects Fund which was established to aid school boards to improve educational services through local innovations. "We are not convinced that The association said t h e money could be better-used if it was administered through the educational studies division of the Alberta Human Re- sources Research Council. "Its operation through the education department has made it appear to be just an- other government prepared and controlled scheme, and a back door means of adding a few dollars to the general pool." CUFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB lower level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. PHONE 327-2822 "'RRT STUDIO ON FICTH SEE OUR SPECIALS ARTISTS' 710-5 AVE HEINO DEEKEN from CAMM'S Famous MORE IIE1FEK.S There were 21.491 choice heif- ers marketed in Alberta in Sep- tember. 1S71, up from in PRE-CHRISTMAS SPECIAL CARPETS PROFESSIONALLY MIST CLEANED PER 50. FT. Nov. 15 to Nov. 30th, 1971 Only FAIR SERVICES Phone 327-1272 ATTENTION! LETHBRIDGE SEPTIC TANK has The Lowest Rates in the South All Work Guaranteed Phone Collect 328-5295 Mornings and Evenings Preferred J. STRAZA, Owner ENGINEERED HOMES LTD. Announces the Grand Opening of their New Show Home NOW OPEN AT 503 12th Avenue North Open Daily 2-5, 7-9 Show Home 327-0944 Office 327-0219 SHOES With that wonderful walking on air feeling "BENGAL" Available in Burgundy and Brown Wei Look under glass. "RAMBLER" Available in Bloclc Wet Look and Brown Croco. Sec these two Air Step shoes now JOYCE SHOES Becoming more popular oil Ihe time "HILARY" as shown available in Camel, Bur- gandy, Green, Black or Brown suede also in Blaclc or Brown Wet Look Crinkle Patent. SEE OUR LOVELY NEW HI FASHION SNOW BOOTS In 14" and 16" heights. Choose from Black or Browi Wet Look Crinkle Patent with warm laminated lining and Block or Brown glove lealher with 100% Orion pile lining. A full size range to choose from A Specialty with us WHITE DUTY SHOES in a complete size range OOMPHIES Priced at 10.95 and 11.95 in slip ons or lies WET IOOK DUTY SHOES Savage, While Uniform. Priced at 19.95 DISTRIBUTORS Open Thurs. and Fri. until p.m. CAMM'S 403 -5th STREET S SHOES 426 ST. S. PHONE 328-6661 Presents An IN-STORE DEMONSTRATION THURSDAY 1 P.M. TO 9 P.M. FRIDAY 1 P.M. TO 9 P.M. SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO P.M. of BRAUN APPLIANCES Featuring The Includes the BRAUN FOOD MIXER a suggested retail of 94.95 plus BLENDER JUG ATTACHMENT a retail volue of 19.95 for A Total value of 114.90. 3 DAYS ONLY GOURMET SPECIAL 74-97 ;