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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta HITCHING A RIDE A lamb serves as a warm collar as it hilches a ride on- ihe shoulders of a shepherd in ihe Black Foothill Country of Idaho during the annual drive to grazing country, The shepherds, nalives of Spain, spend up lo three years in Idaho, driving the sheep more than of ihem ihe 500-mile journey, and back again. When Jhe shepherds have made their "For- they reiurrr lo 1heir homeland in relative wealth. IN BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENT Find out about the new management accounting, H s interesting, k's exciting. It's changed more than you know, into a new profession for a new age, at the) cenue of ihe management and accounting action. It's the right place to be, for ihose men and women vho want to earn while they learn 10 become R.I.A.'S ihe management accountants who get ahead in business, industry and government, as professional rnembers of The management team. Parole board rapped EDMONTON (CP) Pro- vincial Judge C. II, Rolf said here the national parole service was guilty of a "flagrant derel- iction of duly" when it paroled a habitual criminal loo soon af- ter conviction. Judge Rolf made the state- ment when Peter Richard Solo- wan, 38, appeared charged with a breach of parole. He recognized the accused and asked Who let you out? You're supposed to be in jial." "I'm on Solowan j replied. INDEFINITE TERMS Persons convicted as habi- tual criminals are sentenced to indefinite terms and the man was paroled after three years. A warrant to return Solowan to jail, signed by a Nalional Parole Service represenlalive, was before the court and Judge Rolf directed S'olowan be taken i to Fort Saskatchewan Correc- tional Institution to be dealt with by the board. "He (Solowan) was sentenced i by me to preventive detention j as a habitual criminal on May, j 15, 1907 and should not have be.cn oul on parole at this the judge said. "I think that smacks of a i flagrant dereliction of duty on the part of the responsible of- -------Saturday, Aunujl 7, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGi HSRALD 19 American drug advocate Ti- molhy Leary. .arrested by Swiss police June 30 pending extradition to the United States, was released on bail Friday, police announced in Bern. "Tie amount of money pul up [or bail was not stated. Police said the US. had nol yet submitted a for extradition. PM straight-arms man ing from extreme exhaustion. After a 10-day vacation in Bermuda, he returned to New CORNER RROOK, Nfld. (CP) Prime Minister Trudeau and his iriie sailed into port Friday lor a two-hour visil that was I liifc'lilighled by a picnic in a local park. York saying he had fully re- The Trudeaus were laxen by term expires Dec.; motorcade to the park where a crowd of 2.000 waited to greet them At the park, a man who ap- parently had had loo much to drink moved close to Mrs. Tru- e US had r tlrink moved close T- his Com formal demand "l Mr deau as sllc and lhe Primc lngra0' Under the I dnvme< istcr moved Ihrouglt the crowd, i Only I unncr lho highway patrol! Tte man t Ws her city swarmed around the open car and the vehicle brushed apainsl a number of people as it slowly One-vole vii.vry for Rome mayor (API Clelio Darida was re-elected mayor today by a margin of only one vote ovcr his Communist opponent, Pietro council voted for Dar- arni around her shoulders when, j ida, a 44-year-old lawyer who befo.e accompanying RCMP of-, became mayor two years ago. finals could react, Ihe prime --J minister gently moved Ihe man aside with a straight-arm. Mis. Trudeau returned to the coalition, abstained 3 a.m. Hopkins said the actor convertible being used by (he voting ljccau.se of mler- was taken into custody briefly prime minister a few minutes i disputes, when he refused to take a sobri- ety lest. said. Officer R. C. Hopkins said Lancasler, 57. was weaving across the double line while driving his sports car along the Pacific Coast Highway about manoeuvred out nf the park area. The incident ocr-urred soon afler Mr. Ttudeau had again praised Newfoundlanders fnr their "qualily of gentleness'1 which was found in few i in Canada. I CROWDS DO.V'T In a brief address. Ihe prims minister noted Ilia' n New- foundland the crowds don't push and Fhove they shake 23 men n UK no-mem-! your hand with warmth, nol brutality." hope you all remain thai Mr. Trudcau said, fie said he found Socialisls and Democratic So- cialists, Df the Christian landers lo be a "source or Democrats in (he National! friendship, ant) gen- lilily." He agreed to appear raignment Aug. 24j. for ar- Israeli diamond exports WI-P la.ler and was soon followed by The discord means thai Dar- up by 2-1.3 oer cent in the firs! Mr. Trudcau. ida in effect will be heading a third of 1971 over the samp At this point Ihe crowd minority municipal government. period of 1970. I rials." Ron TO: RBtjislrnr [O.N _ 7ho Society of InduslrJBl Accountants of Albnrta 602. Loirqhepd Builrling, 1st Sireet S W., Calgnry 2. Albena. Kur, assistant district Sir; li.ll i Progrdn.l lor MflnrirjR inim .Thou- ltl9 MRS. MISS... I ADOBES; representative for the parole service said Solowan violated i "technical" requirements by I leaving the Edmonton area but i "as far as we are aware, there are no criminal charges out- standing against him." FINAL ENROLMENT DATE 26itiAUGUST 1971 FOR LOCAL INFORMATION Calgary telephone 263-6633 Edmonton telephone 429-3668 LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE School of Conlinuing Education Lathbridge, Alberta WLUE OF EXPORTS The value of Australia's ex- ports in the eleven months to the end of May, 1971, rose by million compared with the corresponding period of the pre- vious financial yar. Few farmers insured against hail EDMONTON7 (CPi Few farmers in the Morinville area itj in., were insured against hail when I between the two countries, the I a flatlened crops, causing! U.S'. has until Aug. 30 to do so. J 51.5 damage in the area j TIMOTHY LEARY released on hail terms of the extradition Ireaty Leary, 50, escaped from pri- son in California in September while serving a sentence for drug offences. He has request- ed political asylum on the grounds that he is being pur- sued by the U.S. because of hi. Tuesday night, Wally Klatt. I district agriculturist, said Fri- I the professional mana9emenf accountant THE SOCIETY OF INDUSTRIAL ACCOUHWHTS INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABtlSHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 4th S Phono 327-1541 day He said only 25 to 30 per cenl of the fanners who suffered 75- to-100-pcr-cent crop losses in the approximately 40 square opposition lo the war. around Morinville car- rier! hail insurance. The area is not prone Lo hail damage and a 1970 storm brought only a slight increase in insurance sales, Mr Klatt said. Before the 1970 slorm. the area had suffered little or no liail loss for 30 years. For some farmers it HTJI be a hard winter because they lost their crop last year and again this year. The farmers without insur- snce will receive aid from the United Nations secretary-gen- federal Prairie Farm Rehabili talion Administration, but this I covers only up to a maximum S800 a farmer, Mr. Klatt said. Morinville is about 20 miles I noith of Edmonton. I SWEEPSTAKE SOUTHERN ALBERTA HANDICAP, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER AT WHOOP-OP DflWHS, LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA. DRAW SEPTEMBER 00 AVAILABLE i I Aclress 7.sa Zsa Gabor told of walking into her motel suite while on tour of Dayton, Ohio, and finding two naked men in bed in the room assigned her. "You can imagine what came into my she said in a telephone interview. "But they were only sleeping. When they saw me they nearly fainted.1' She said the incident occured because of a mixup in reserva- tions. craJ U Thant has cancelled all his travel plans, including vis- its to Africa and Europe, on the advice of the doc'.ors. The decision means that he probably will not leave New York until the end of the Gen- eral Assembly session since the secretary-general customarily remains on hand during Ihat period. The session opens Sept. 21 and is expected lo run until about Christmas. Thant, 62, suffered a dizzy spell in his office June 19 and his doctors said he was suffer. ROTARY CLUBS KIWANIS CLUBS KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS LIONS this mmy Mil trier cnpofl. Please print clearly, DiNDTiseaNonile Plane. Your ticket will ke nailed promptly. IpiinmmimiiMmiuBiniiiiuimj ROYAL CANADIAN LETHBRIDGE and DISTRICT 1 5 EXHIBITION BOX W, LCTHBRIDPE ALBERTA. ELKS CLUB ALBERTA ASSOCIATION FOR THE MENTALLY EncrOJtd ii my Montr Order, made payable re S LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT EXHIBITION. 5 Pleaie forw rd by rMurn mall ________ Southern Altwin Handicap TlcktU I2.OO each. YOD Could Win These Prizes Holder of Winning Horse 1 15.000 Holder ol Second 2.000 Holder ol Third Hoise 1 600 Holder 01 Fourth Horse Holder of Fillh Hone Cily ____________________ Zone No _______ lotimiiwcr uirsi _H Iinniini NORTH HOUNDARV TOWNSHIP 1S 3" MACLEOD CONSTITUENCY MAP LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE OFFERS FALL SEMESTER PROGRAMS COMMENCING WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 25th 1971 In the schools of ft AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL BUSINESS EDUCATION CONTINUING EDUCATION SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION I GENERAL AGRICULTURE .Agricultural Mechanics Animal Science Agricultural Marketing and Finance Plant Science Soil Science liberal Education lubjeds IRRIGATION TECHNOLOGY Drafting and Surveying Fluid Mechanics Farm Management and Finance Irrigation Development ond Management Plant Science Soils and Drainage Liberal Education subjecfs Director: DR. R. D. CLARK SCHOOL OF BUSINESS EDUCATION Transfer end Pre-Employment Programs SECRETARIAL SCIENCE -Accounting Major Processing Mnior- Shorthand Major General Secretarial i BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION YEAR I BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION YEAR II Automated Dala Processing Mnjor Management Major Business Major -Hotel-Morel Monagemen' Major Pre-requisita Business Administrotipn Year I Director: MR. D. R. MAISEY SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION ADULT UPGRADING PROGRAM GENERAL INTEREST COURSES BUSINESS EDUCATION COURSES Brochures nrfl available from the Schonl n Conlinuing Education Director, MR. K. V. ROBIN EDUCATION NURSING EDUCATION LIBERAL EDUCATION SCHOOL OF NURSING EDUCATION OFFERS A TWO-YEAR PROGRAM DESIGNED 1. To educate iludenli who, as graduates, are prepared to give patient-centred care in beginning staff positions. To utilize scientific principles and skills requisite to giving direct care lo patienll and developing an ethical responsibility to nursing. 3. To prepare graduates who will be eligible to Qualify for the national registration examination! to become registered nurses. The program it open to male female candidates, married or tingle. Director: SR. ANN MARIE CUMMINGS SCHOOL OF TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY Drafting Technician Graphics Technology Electronic Engineering FOOD SERVICES -Commercial Cooking Meat Technology INDUSTRIAL TRADES Automolivei -Welding (6 week program) Director: F. B. McPHERSON SCHOOL OF LIBERAL EDUCATION COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY PREPARATION OUTDOOR RECREATION AND CONSERVATION EDUCATION --Conserve I ion Enforcement Oufdoor Education Resources MnnagerreM Recreation --CommuniIV and Youth leadership Physical Ed u en I ion t COMMUNICATION ARTS Journalism -Radio Arls ...Thc-olre Arti LAW ENFORCEMENT SOCIAL COUNSELLING UNIVERSITY TRANSFER Director: MR. O. D. AISTON FOR INFORMATION AND APPLICATION FORMS CONTACT THE DIRECTOR OF THE SCHOOL IN WHICH YOU ARE INTERESTED PHONE 327-2141 ;