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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 'HE LE1HBR1DGE HERALD _ Monday, November 32, 1971 Fall sale prices average Cattle nirnbers were down but prices remained steady at. the 1071 Iflhbridge and Dis- trict Fall Cattle Friday. A total nf itili Hereford and ,-M i-.T'deen-Angus bulls and fe- tnalvf Mild for for an av- erage c.i JB27. Last year 141 cattle brought for the same- average price. A higher average price of SW paid for nine female Hereford this year compared with an average price of pr.-'d for !3 femalc.s last year. There were (15 Hereford bulls sold Friday for 557.755. The av- erage price this fall was Mai. from the average of SWfi paid for !M hulls in 19711. >'evon Angus hulls were sold both vears with the average .this }ear Hll, down from .S514 i last year. There wore only seven fe- males sold Kriday compared with in The average price paid this year was I up from S-152 last year. Tile grand champion Here- ford bull, owned by Movie An- derson of Wrenthain sold for well off the record price of S8.800 held by Mr. An- Idcrson, also with a Hereford, lie also sold the 19711 grand champion bull, receiving i The reserve champion bull, owned by Doenz Ranches Ltd. of Warner brought com- pared with last year. The grand champion Here- ford female for brought J5.000 for Hans Ulrich of ('lare.-holm. and the reserve, grand cK'unpion was sold by Hay Powleslancl of Pel Bonita for Sl.O.iu. Hereford for the sale was a Standard Britisher bull owned by Gerald Miller of j Fort Macleod. He sold the ani- mal to a Saskatchcan buyer for The grand champion Angus bull was sold by Edwin Hoc-'n-1 stein of Pincher Creek for 5410. The senior champion female; owned by Jerry Virginillo of Lethhridgc the Angus I class with a price of The reserve grand Angus bull was sold for by David Erickson of Wren- j ih'am. Auctioneers for the sale were Ken Hurlburt of Fort Macleod and Joe Perlich of Lethbridge. Tile show and .-ale was spon- sored by the Southern Alberta Cattleman's Association. Council ignores centre By MAIULYXN KN'OCII New problem-solving means needed for labor disputes N'ew methods of wiving prob-, does not want to intervene on t What is needed is "for labor lems between labor and man-' differences but only to increase and management to find mutual agement have to be found, says communication between the two solutions to problems which groups, he said. j have a tendency to thrust them- The government's role is to find better ways of media- tion-conciliation services. Mr. Gardner admitted the government had "fallen down" in the area of researching bet- ter communication methods for labor and management. It has researched the econo- my, but now needs to research the sociological aspects of the economy, he said. Both are needed to provide a service that both labor Donald Gardner, Alberta depu- ty minister of labor. and Labor can no longer delay the need to widen, straighten out the cur' es. and repave that oftinie-" -difficult road to compromise." he said Mr. Gardner said signs of the need for both groups to devise u-avs and means, among thcm- of improving their col- lective bargaining relationship are "becoming more apparent Staff Writer Vaughan Hembroff and Vera j Ferguson are the only two ciU I council members who have us ited the Central School. Drop- In Centre, despite a special in- vitation given to all coun c i I I members Monday. Alderman Hembroff said, "I've been over to the drop-in centre two or three times and I think its a great idea. Mrs. Ferguson and I went over there selves into the adversary aspect j together to look at the facil- of collective bargaining." ities and see what the kids were To make progress in defining i doing." the role each group plays, the i M Ferguson said the centre .subject must be approached i just starting up when j "with an open mind." Sericus attempts to solve the underlying causes of labor-man- irent over ttere, but I thought the kids had hard on it. I plan to go over there for an da-'' management can learn to trust. "They are signs which could j "_____________________ lead to unwelcome alternatives i if not he Quoting Dr. Noel Hall of the University of British Columbia, the deputy minister said: "The lesson is clear. If the major interest groups are not capable of coming to accommo- dations that are harmonious with the public interest, then governments must resolve the matter in a way that they be- lieve best serves the public in- agc-meniramiici coma oe made unannounced visit again before by examining the tolerance and j ,hc tonight attitude towards it. he said. j _ Techniques of open communi-' Scott a member cation, negotiation, collabora- and tion and creative compromise hould be looked at. HERALD CONTEST WINNER Scott Jarvie of 502 12th St. B N. receives a television set from Patrick J. Barry, The Herald's city carrier supervisor, after his name was drawn in a recent circulation drive contest. Each of the city carriers who signed up lliree new customers bad his name placed in a box. At the end of the drive one name was drawn for the television set. Scotf is a grade 8 student at Wilson Junior High School. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Jarvie. Tenders opened Dec. 2 Sealed tenders for a new jt- nior citizens' home in Leth- bridge will be opened in Ed- monton Dec. 2. The new home, expected to cost about SMO.OOG, will be buill immediately east of the Golden Acres Lodge in North Leth- bridge. The home will i n c 1 u d e 46 single rooms and three double rooms. Don LeBaron, administrator for the senior citizens' homes in Lethbridge. said that one problem in many of the homes is that there are not enough sin- gle rooms. He is hopeful that construe, tion will start in December, with completion 10 months later. It has been indicated by the provincial government that the home will be part of the win- ter works program. Mr. LeBaron said the request from Lethbridge for a complex of self-contained unite at low rente is under review by the provincial government. Council will seek i I local ivinter works jeds o[ 1 Uons foj. ronsideration University of Uttbridge ceived by council, from the submitted an application out- i Lethbridge Flying Club, w a s four on-campus project.; j which the city will send to the j te Speaking at a ment conference in Lethbridge, Mr. Gardner asked what level of government "assistance" or both parries wanted. Collective bargaining is the provincial government for fur- best method to 'settle disputes ither consideration, and the provincial government Work would begin on a cam- pus botanical nursery and ani- mal compound as soon as gov- ernment and university board i of governors approval is re- I ceived. Bob Comstock. physical plant co-ordinator for the uni- t versity, said plans are to fur- ther develop the botanical nur-; sery started by students in an approved four projects would consume ]ocal organjza. about 16m man-hours of la- under bor, both skilled and non-skill- a'so amove Lawrence honored The club estimates it would cost about to repair the roof on Hangar No. 4 at Kenyon Field. As far as city council is concerned, the qualify for a work program grant. project could federal make- The club leases from the city. th. h, the hangar of the department of youth and or.e of the organizers of the centre says of other aldermen, "I don't know how they can talk about the drop-in centre and decide its future if they've never been there. "I feel the kids are doing their fair share. They've fixed the broken windows and they clean up the centre on their j he said. j "Some of the kids have brought sound speakers from home and installed them in rooms in the school's basement and main floor to form a sound system." "Many merchants have re- acted favorably about the cen- tre, and some of them have been donating prizes for the raf- fle the kids are having to raise money for a stereo." "We seem to be getting sup- port from everyone but the city." Mr. McKinnon said. "The kids have designated this Sunday as parents' day, and the parents who have come down before seem to be in favor of the centre. n nan is mystery to many people Not enough people know what j eventually paid to eligible appli the Canada Pension Plan is. cants." he said, says a federal executive. By meeting certain qualifica- into effect the montli following i the completion of application. The plan also provides an in- J. C. L. Bouchard. CPP dis-! lions in the compuslory plan a I dividual with a monthly pension rrict manager in southern Al- CPP contributor is eligible for jf forced to stop "work bc- berta and southeastern British a number of benefits, he said, j cause ef disablement Columbia said there are a lot ol; CPP provides a monthly pen- Monthly benefits are also people "who do not know the s ion for an individual when he j available' to the eliildren of a! types and scope of benefits i retires age 65. i disabled worker. I available under the CPP. Although contributions to the Upon 111" death of a contri- "Too few people know enough plan arc compulsory, a contri-1 butor the 'legal or common-law about procedures to be followed butor must make an application! (proof required) wife is en-: so that entitlement to such bene-i for benefits before the pension i ti'tled to a widow's fits may lie established and i is paid. The payments only go' fr0m CPP. i Benefits are also available to a deceased contributor's chil- dren. He-affirming the equal rights of men and women. CPP also provides a pension for disabled widowers upon application. j Readymade girl takes 4-H beef-breeding championship Wendv Miller of Readymade Exhibition Pavilion. took the champion ribbon for Narda Hinman of Cardston ANTIQUE AND CANADiANA AUCTION THURS., NOV. 25th at 7 p.m. Some of the Featured Items Are Roll Top Desk Brasi Bed Brumwick Phonograph Murphy Bed Lnmpi Cast Iron Pot Crosby 1 Tube Radio end Head Phone Sad Irons Sealeri etc. GAMMEL'S AUCTION SERVICE 25 9th Ave. CRANBROOK, B.C. J. H. GAMMEL Phone: Bus. 426-5500 Ret. 427-3747 Ted Lawrence, coordinator of one-day labor-management conference in Lethbridge, has been honored by the federal de-! last summer, partment of labor. Cost of the project, including Representing tlie City of Leth-1 ST.000 for labor, is estimated at bridge at the conference, he j was presented with a book Mr. Comstock said work "Canada, A Year of Land" could also begin any time on by K. P. DeWitt, head of the j the initial phase of a campus federal labor-management con- j walkway system costing Flea Opportunities for Youth planned "It is a city building and, cleaning supplies should at least breeding show Thursday at tl be the city's responsibility but we have had to get donations. Last Sunday Kleen Ltd. do- T4.-11 j nated cleaning supplies for the the cow calf class at the Letb-: won the first place ribbon in bridge and district 4-H beef the yearling bred heifer class over a field of H competitors, .lim Newton of Del Bonita champion calf class or sultation branch. The award was presented 000. In about two months, with appreciation and dedication to completion of designing, work the promotion of improving j could begin on a S160.000 irri- management-labor relations." j gation water storage reservoir. Mr. Lawrence, who plans to j he said. retire as the city's engineering The application also suggest- director soon, has acted as co- ed a water main loop costing ordinator for labor-manage- j for the campus winter ment conferences three times j works project. Mr. Comstock estimates since the SIMPSONS-SEARS MANAGEMENT TRAINEES To fulfill our Management requirements due to the continuing expansion in the Calgary area QUALIFICATIONS: University or an extensive background in the Re- tail field at the supervisory level. We offer top earnings and an excellent benefit pro- gram along with unlimited opportunity for advance- ment. Apply in Person Simpsons-Sears Personnel Office lethbridge A Announcement CERAMIC TILE MARBLE WORKS Formerly ot 1905 7th Ave. North Is Now Under The Business Name Of Kurt Walter Ceramic Tile Ltd. New Address 314A 13th St. North Phone Number Unchanged 328-3981 lothbridget' most complelo ceramic tile centrel Commercial Residential Retail EXCLUSIVE DEAIER FOR VENETIAN MARBLE BATHTUBS ond VANITY TOPS The city is paying for the util- ities in the building. Mr. Me- i Kinnon suggested the radiators The Lethbridge Youth Exhibi-1 on the second and third fleers i r tion Board is sponsoring a Flea j be capped, since both f 1 o o r s j A lit Bllel Market in the front half of j have been condemned. He said the Kaleidarts building at the j this would save the city money I Mel Halverson of exhibition grounds from Dec. B j on heating bills. world traveller and Calgary, lecturer, took the reserve award in the cow with Doran Perry of Del Bcn- ita copping the reserve award in the yearling class. The placings for the yearling class were: Narda Hinman, Doran Perry, Cam Mackenzie. Warner; Jim Newton, Wayne McCoy. Warner; Garth Gra- ham. Warner: Gwen Miller, Readymade: Wan-en Minion, Warner; Jerry Lunde. Park Lake: Marlon Draper, Hill- spring; Karen Brecka, Leth- hridge: Doenz. Warner; Scott Young. Hillspring and "Give the kids a chance and will be in Lethbridge on Tnes The board invites individuals j I can't see this project getting i day. Nov. 23 to speal; on "The and organizations to make and anything but better." .Mr. Me-i C D's to Success in Selling." sell small, inexpensive items, Kinnon said. Halverson believes "lots preferably handcrafted. Mayor Andy Anderson told i of devotion, dedication and dis- Booths will be rented for j young picketers Monday night I cipliae with no detours, distrac- i JIanon MadSc' SIllk Ku that the dty WOU'd dcddc if iMf'5 PCT" i tlW C'aS5' "Persons of all ages are in- certre could "P5" at vited to attend the Flea Market night's city council meeting. to participate as customers nr j merchants." said a spokesman j for the board Anyone wishing to rent ai Minor booth may contact the Youth Exhibition Board at .128-4491 or write to The Youth Exhibition plac j sonal and business success. I ings were: Wendy Miller, Jim! He has filmed and produced j Newton, Susan Hamling, Board, P. 0. Box 477, Leth- bridge, Alberta. A single vehicle accident in the 400 Block of 13th St. N. Sunday morning caused only minor injuries to the occ.u- f OF L CHA.VGE pants of the vehicle. A car driven by James Chap- man, 2125 5th Ave. N. collided with a light standard causing i The telecast time for the mu- j "n estimated S2.000 damage. I sical education program. Focus i Mr. Chapman and a passen- on the University of lethbridge, j ger. Rodnay Thomas, 1704 7th ongin.iHy scheduled tor N. were taken in St. p.m. Sunday has been changed I Michael's General Hospital and to 4 p.m. on CJOC-TV. I released. numerous films all over the j ncr; Karen Brecka, Ron Min- world and has interviewed sev- ion, Warner; Marion Madge, eral world leaders during his j and Murray Doenz, Milk River. 1 tours. He has produced films in the Canadian Rockies, remote areas of Africa and m a n y points in between, including Lethbridge. Tuesday's presentation, which will include a film, will he held j in the Park Plaza Motor Hotel starting at ,'i p.m The general public is invited to attend. FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE! WANTED couples as houseparents for girls around 12 to 16 years in a group home in Edmonton. Hosbcind should have full-time employment in Edmonton. Pre- ferably some child care experience. Furnished accom- modation supplied. Terms to be negotiated. Apply in writing to D. L. Moncrieff, Homes and Institutions Branch, Department of Health and Social Development, Administratin Building, 109 Street and 98 Avenue, Edmonton TELEPHONE 429-5411 THE WINNERS IN THE Lethbridge Shrine Club Pot of Gold Draw HELD ON NOV. 10th, were: 1st PRIZE MISS JUDY WOJTOWICZ 2nd PRIZE MR. A. JOEVENAZZO SEE WHAT THE LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE CAN YOU OFFER Daytime Courses anct Programs in: AGRICULTURAL MARKETING AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS ANIMAL BREEDING AND ANIMAL SCIENCE FARM FINANCE FARMSTEAD MECHANICS HORTICULTURE SOILS AND WATER For information on these courses and other courses starting January 3, 1972, vrite: LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE PHONE 327-2141 IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Avenue South Telephone 328-4214 ;