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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta FLASH SMALLPOX VACCINATION now required for to Britain also to in transit through London Airport. This bulletin courtesy or ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The LetHbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Saturday, April 14, 1973 PAGES 15 TO 30 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lethbridge, Alberta Lower 7th Shopping Mall Phone (403) 328-7411 ADDING MACHINES The city Briefly Speaking Research awards to local students More than half the National Research Council scholar- ships awarded to Southern Alberta residents this year have gone to Lethbridge stu- dents. The NRG has issued post graduate scholarships and 165 postdoctorate fellow-' ships across Canada totalling million. Eight of the 11 Southern Alberta awards, all postgraduate scholarships for a one-year period, are for Lethbridge residents. Listed by the NRC as win- ners from Lethbridge are: H. D. Burgess, University of Lethbridge; S. J. Camp- bell, University of Alberta; J. A. Duckett, University of Calgary; G. W. Gfillespie, McGill; D. S. Hall, Queen's; J. A. Hall, Queen' L. R. Hubbard, Queen's; R. J. Tay- lor, University of Victoria. Other awards include: R. B. Podesta and M. F. Skinner, Medicine Hat; H. R. PajkowsM, Raymond. Farmer fly-in April 27, 28 About 30 planes will partici- pate in a fly-in at -Kenyon Field April 7 to kick off the 19th annual meeting of the Alberta Flying Farmers. Set for the Holiday Inn April 27 and 28, about 250 adult, teen and junior mem- bers of the group are expect- ed to participate in tours, convention business and the crowning of a flying queen. Flying Farmers is an in- ternational group established to promote the practical use of the airplane in agriculture. During the weekend, awards will be presented to the flying male farmer of the year, flying female farmer of the year and persons holding new licences. Gordon Laing of Clares- president of Alberta Flying Farmers, says a panel of speakers will discuss agri- culture and how aviation fits into the picture. No speakers have been named. Litter pickers out May 5 Lethbridge streets should be a little cleaner this spring after the local crew of "litter- pickers" completes an hour garbathon, April 14. Inter-Varsity Christian Fel- lowship, a non-profit inter- denominatianal organization, is organizing the clean-up. Funds obtained t h r o u g-h pledged sponsorship will go towards an IVCF camping lodge near Sundre, and to- ward local budget require- ments. straw bosses will meet garbathon volunteers in the parking lot at the east end of Henderson Lake Park at a.m. Crews will collect garbage along 43rd St. from Courts MOVING? OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES Highway north to Highway 3, then east along Highway 3 to- wards Coaldale as far as time permits. If weather is miserable, IVCF staff worker Larry Kirkpatrick said, the garba- thon will be conducted May 5. Sponsors are asked to pledge payments according to the hours participants work. Persons wishing to partici- pate or pledge money for the IVCF garbathon are asked to contact Larry Kirkpatrick at 328-9360 or John Cole at 327- 0971. Courses set Three summer courses, in music instrueiMln, composi- tion and elementary aspects of music, will begin next month at the University of Lethbridge. The first course, in music curriculum and instruction, will be held May 7 to June 8. An introduction to music will be presented July 3 to July 25 and traditional com- position will be studied July 26 to August 17. Detailed information and application forms can be ob- tained from the Diversity registrar. Instructors will be Dr. Al- tained from the university Calgary, and Dr. Ken Hicken, (U of RANGE PROGRAM TO EXPAND Herald Legislature Bureau EDIUTONTON Agricul- ture Minister Hugh Horner said Friday he will have an announcement next week about expanding the range improvement program un- der the Agricultural and Rural Development Adminis- tration "We're trying to make the program available to all people in Alberta and we are very nearly ready to an- nounce said the minis- ter. ARDA is a federal-provin- cial cost sharing program. Charles Drain (SC-Pincher Creek-Crowsnest) brought the matter up by saying ranchers in the Pincher Creek area are concerned about the range improve- ment program being phased out. Just the opposite replied Dr. Horner. A spokesman in the federal ARDA office here said an agreement has been signed for a new program to be ad- ministered by the Alberta agriculture department. Man claims innocence in trafficking case A 27-year-old Lethbridge man charged with possession of hashish for the purposes of trafficking claimed at his trial Friday that he knew nothing about a quantity of drugs found in a house he was renting. Rpbsrt Charles Molnar, tes- tifying on his own behalf, said that he rented the house, which was raided by four RCMP officers Dec. 22 and that he in turn rented out a basement suite. The drugs three vials containing liquid hashish, and a small bag of hashish were found in the basement of the house. Earlier evi- dence had shown that Mol- nar's palm prints were on a paper bag containing the vials and several hash pipes. "I did most of the shopping while my wife was preg- nant." Molcar said, "and my prints could be on every bag in the house." The person renting the suite had access to the base- ment, he said, and would have had visitors in the time he was renting. Sgt. Richard McLaren, tes- tifying for the Crown, told the court that liquid hashish is far more potent than eith- er regular hashish, or mari- juana. When asked to estimate the street value of the liquid hashish, he said two grams would bring about on the street, and that the contents of the vials would cost about ?320. On cross examination b y defense counsel Martin Hoyt, Sgt. McLaren admitted that he was referring to a stand- ard sample, and that the hashish oil taken from Molnar could be less potenl. In summation, Mr. Hoyt contended that there was no evidence to show that Molnar owned the drugs. At the time of the raid, he said, there were about five other people in the house, and yet the Crown didn't call them, leaving the onus on the Car wash loses TV and Operation aphid WALTER KERBER photo ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC chwab Bldg. 222 5th St. S. Phone 328-4095 Operation aphid is in effect in the city. But it only concerns elm trees. Vic Kerch and Dale Gorrie of Community Services are painting dimethoate in a foot-wide strip around this elm tree, at 12th St. C. N. The chemical, which has a very bad odor, is used in preventing aphids from attacking the trees. Irrigation group formed A color television set and about in cash was stolen last night from the Sof-Spra Car Wash, 108 Mayor Ma- gratb Drive N. The break-in was discov- ered at about a.m. Thieves apparently gained entry by breaking an office window and ripping out the frame. The cash was taken from a cigarette machine. An at- tempt to rifle a soft-drink machine was unsuccessful. Champion Girl Wins 10 Speed Bicycle Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON A new sev- en-member local advisory committee has been estab- PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 311 6th St. S. and 1514A Ave.S. PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 hour service tailoring blocking end leather processing pleol drapery processing lished under the Alberta Ir- rigation Council, secretary Jim Graham said in an in- terview Friday. The new committee will meet May 24 at Lethbridge and intends to tour the prov- ince's 14 irrigation districts. The provincial council didn't get very far at a meeting Friday in discuss- ing the new federal-provin- cial agreement aimed to Sky clears Partly cloudy skies are ex- pected (o clear over Leth- bridge tonight as the risk of snow lessens for the wcek- erd. launch S90 million in irriga- tion rehabilitation, he said. The provincial council still hasn't been informed of the details of the federal commit- ment of S2S.2 million over the next five vears. SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS S12O INSTALLED Phone 328-2176 BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom Installations Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. Open Thura.. Fri. till 9 p.m. E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Leth.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Cental Bldg. Phone 327-6565 MARIENE KMNZUR of Champion has been named winner of the recent NOtTH STAR JOGGERS Contest. Above, she shown receiving trte bicycle aiven owcry by CAMM'S SHOES from PADDY PADDON, out. rngr. The draw wot made by Peter Xoojr of lerhbridfle. Holiday Village Home of Holiday Inn and Canada Winter Games 75 limited office space available in mail and en first floor Contort Holiday Village Business Office or Phone 328-4045 CATERING ALL YOUR Are you planning a ban- quet, wedding reception or social gathering soon? let- as prepare ond serve a delicious meal to your exact specifications. THE LOTUS BANQUET ROOM for wp to 125 persons is available at all times. Phone early for reservations! JUST CAU 327-0240 OR 327-297 LOTUS Across From The Depot accused to explain "what the Crown has referred to as this 'co-incidence'." "Tt is not up to ths defense to explain away the existence of the Mr. Hoyt said. "Using several smoke- screens, the Crown is at- tempting to saddle the accus- ed with a very serious charge." The trial continues April 27 in provincial court at which time, Provincial Judge A. H. Elfurti will hand down Ms ruling on the possession as- pect of the case. If he finds that Molnar did possess the hashish, then the court will detennine if their possession was for the pur- poses of trafficking. At that point in the case, Ihe burden of proof shifts to the accused to show that t'na drugs were not being sold. Council to debate budget Monday City council will meet in a special session at p.m. Monday to deliberate the city's 1973 operating budget. West Lethbridge develop- ments are also expected to be discussed at the meeting. Aldermen were to get their detailed copies of the budget proposal today. A budget synopsis present- ed to council last Monday called for an increase in the mill rate from 70 to 73. For a home assessed at which the provincial department of municipal af- fairs has taken as an aver- age, th'is would mean a tax bill hike of However under the gavem- ment's tax reduction plan a homeowner whose home is as- sessed at or higher is eligible for the maxi- mum rebate on the education tax levy. Thus where last year he paid a basic tax of and was rebated on the home owner's discount for a net payment of this year he will pay and net a rebate for total taxes of Only .85 mills of the In- crease is for municipal pur- poses, the rest is for the edu- cation levy, and the proposed 1973 mill rate breaks down into 32.79 for city purposes and 40.21 for educational pur- poses. The city's tax base or rateable assessment grew to this year from some last year. Lack of interest forces field trips cancellation A series of geography workshops open to any student, teacher or resident of Southern Alberta was cancelled today after only two persons showed up at the University of Lethbridge for the course. Field trips had been sche- duled today, April 21 and 28 by the faculties of and geography. A university spokesman said one teacher from Lethbridge and one from Lundbreck registered for the program. The spokesman said the project could have continued if even six persons had shown an interest He said more than brochures promot- ing the workshops were sent to Southern Alberta residents prior to today's first course. He said the upcoming Eas- ter holiday, inadequate pub- licity and effects of the re- cent rural teachers' strike have been given as main rea- sons for lack of interest Ombudsman office possible HeraM Legislature Bureau EDMONTON The pro- vincial government is consid- ering an ombudsman's of- fice for Calgary as suggest- ed in the annual report of the ombudsman, Premier Lougheed told the legislature Friday. The premier said the mat- ter is under study, in reply to George Ho Lem (SC-Cal- gary McCall) who said a Cal- gary office would allow the provincial investigator to better serve Southern Alber- ta. :LIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mwhonlc SLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. lower level ____PHONE 327-2822 Just Arrived! DIET AND POSTAL SCALES Weigh tip to one pound Call China 327-5767 DOWNTOWN CANADA'S .FTNEST COLD FUR STORAGE Call 327-4348 for Rapid Pick-up CANADIAN FURRIERS Paramount Theatre Building SOUTHERN ALBERTA CO-OP Correction Notice! Re our advertisement on page of the lethbridge Herald, Friday, April 13 'Winchester .22 Rim Fire Cartridges' should have read as follows .22 Shorts so 76c .22 longs 50 86c .22 Long Rifle Pkg of 50 96c We ore sorry for any inconveniencel ;