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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta JO THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, August TO, 1970 Immigration Policy Protects s Lethbridge, Coutts and Ca way immigration officials t day stated the policy requirin a bond of up to for ce tain individuals and groups en tcnng Canada is not a slam ihe people involved. W. F. Lindner, officer charge of immigration Coutts. said the bonding sys tern is used to protect the Ca nadian tax payer. The bonds are to make sur the people entering Canad will leave the country at later date. 'It is a method of makin sure the tax payer doesn't in IRISH ROVERS PERFORM Tickets are on sale at Leister's Music Store for the ap- pearance next Thursday night at the Exhibition Pavilion of the Irish Rovers, five-man Canadian group which has made it big alsa in the U.S. and Britain. The group, estab- lished in Alberta, had its biggest recording hit in the Unicorn. They are making an 11- city tour of the west this month following a two-week engagement in July at the Can- adian Pavilion at Expo 70 in Osaka, Japan. This will be their first appearance in Leth- bridge. Tourists come to Lethbridge from far and near. Some visitors to the N i k k a Yuko Centennial Gardens and the tourist hut at the brewery gardens last week came from as far away as South Africa and Rhodesia. Visitors from around the wirld have taken in the Jap- Still Serious Clair Miller, 16, of Barons, Is in slightly improved but still serious condition in Calgary General Hospital, following a motmboat swimming accident Aug. 6 at Keho Lake. of the boat was Larry Gibb also of Barons. anese garden. The patrons the gardens hail from across Canada and the Unite States as well as 42 other coun tries. France, England, Ho land and Japan claimed tt greatest number of tourist visiting the garden. Ten persons visiting the Jap- anese garden had travelle more than miles fr'oi South Africa, one visitor cam from Hhodesia, and 30 person visited from Australia. Some of the other countries represented by visitors to th gardens included India Czechoslovakia, dad, Ethiopia, Israel, Egypt, Trin Wss Germany, and the Philippines Tourists from every provinc in Canada except Newfounc WINNER NO. 3 AND 4 10639 112 Street, EDMONTON, AHA. 46IS Rae Street RESINA, SASK. We're giving away a zippy Toyota Corolla every week! So pick up your entry form from your nearest participating Royalite service station. (Use your Royalite credit card and we'll enter you automatically.) This week's 115 winners (of watches, binoculars, radios, cameras, pens) are now listed at your Royalite station. Check for your name. Have you entered this week? winners' land have signed the guest book in the tourist hut by the brewery gardens. The tourist hut was also visited by persons from 41 of the 50 American states, and from Iceland, Norway, Austra- lia, the Netherlands, the Uni- ted Kingdom, Austria, Belgi- um, New Mexico, Costa Rica, France and Japan. Full Slate Announced PINCHER CREEK (Special) St. Michael's Roman Catho- School District No. 18 an- ounces a full slate of teachers or the 1970-71 school year. L. Ouellette, a former supsr- Jitendant of schools from woks, will be the principal. 'ice-principals are D. L. Scher- ,er and R. C. Cote. The Junior S'enior High School staff is as follows: C. Dancek; P. Vander Valk; Mrs. B. Schoening; L. Hammoser; P. Calaycay; Sr. Annette Audi- bert; Mrs. M. Haugen; W. Schrempp; R. Draper; D. Wentz, Ph.Ed.; Mrs. A. Chop- ra; E. Staples, band instructor; Mrs. G. Quinlan, librarian. The Elementary School staff is Mrs. V. Schrempp; Mrs. A. Ernes; Mrs. H. Brown; Mrs. L. Johnston; Mrs. M. Bonertz; Mrs. A. Robertson; Miss F. Takes Prise Birdseye Ranch, Cardston, took the herdsmen award in the beef.cattle class recently at Klondike Days in Edmonton. Judging in the competition is based on neatness of display, grooming of animals, courtesy and attention of attendants and basic decoration of exhibitor's space. Trodden; G. Burns; commons and L. Bonertz. Kil- Slow Pitch Winners Set For Finals CARDSTON (HNS) Re- gional finals were held in Card- son in Slow Pitch Softball and Trap Shoot. The winners will go to Pin- cher Creek to participate in the Summer Games this week where the finalists from 10 counties and municipalities will be competing. Winners in the Softball finals were: the Del Bcnita Senior Men, Cardston Senior Women, Cardston Junior Boys and Mag- rath Junior Girls. Trap Shoot winners were: Frank Sloan and Don Hinman top senior shooters; Eric Neilson, top junior. Team shoot finalists were Frank Sloan. Don Hinman, Keith Vadnais, Harry Scott and Tom Cardwell. cur additional costs because ol people entering the country. "In most cases the bond is used for groups of entertainers and circuses but may at times, at the discretion of the officer in charge, be used on indivi- duals who have shown by past record that there is reason to assess the bond." Reports from eastern Canada said the policy is aimed at youths heading for reck festi- vals near Toronto but the of- ficers at tbe ports of entry south of Lethbridge said this is not so. OIM officer said there were over teenagers passed through his port on the way to She Calgary rock festival and f any of them were suspected of having drugs, they were turn- ed back. The remainder pass- ed through in the normal way without question of bonding. He said there have been I imes when people vfao com pletely evaded answering que ions gave the officials no ernative but to require a bont He said other people wh lave no method of transport! ion are also asked to post >ond. "If a group or individual ha "howr, in the past comph'anc vith Canadian laws and regi ations and can show respo ibility, then normally the bon vould be waived." He said there had been on one individual in the past thre ears who has had to post iond at the Coutts crossing an mly about three groups ill th past six months. R. H. Ingram, officer "barge of immigration at Car ray, said tlierte is only abou in average of one bond poster it his crossing each year fo ither the individual or grou :ategory. "The larger groups headin or Canada 'are routed to tft argcr ports of entry beeaus hey are equipped for this typ of entry more than we h aid. "Carway is primarily a tour st port which is the main rea on there are very few bone ssessed." Photo Winners MILK RIVER (HNS) hoto contest was introduced a lis year's Bonanza Day wit uelah Eves of Milk River ellie McNabb of Lethbridge erald Tomfohr, Tom Gl wist, Albert Cueller and Ke relsh, all of Milk River, win ers in the historical group. In the pet photo section th inners were Buelah Eves oyce Vornbrock, Annette Gar er, Irene Welsh, Nellie Me abb, Eunice Tomfohr am ichard Welsh. WOOLCO AUTO CENTRE SERVICE DEPT. SPECIALS! let Wooleo install new shocks on your cor, at a surprising saving! Compare these prices. WHY PAY MORE? 12" The best shock for Canada driving conditions. 3 years I mM or mile guarantee. Ju31 1 lr SID. DUTY A good shock for the average motorist. 2 years or _____ I f Per mile guarantee. HEAVY DUTY JUST pet Pair 29 This coil-over shock is a must for campers or pulling IMCT any type of trailer. JUS I Above Prices are INSTALLED and apply to all units in stock. Most Popular Cars. FOR APPOINTMENT PHONE 328-8014 per Pair Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. fo 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 a.m. lo 1 p.m.; Thursday and Frirlny 9 a.m, (0 9 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 2025 Mayor Mqgrath Drive CHINESE. OFFICIAL VISITS Meng-iing Chang, third from left, Chinese Consul for the Republic of China, Monday morning bids goodbye to local representatives of the Chinese National league. On an inspection trip to Chinese communities in various areas, Mr- Chang spent Sunday discussing with the local group the feasibility of developing a school for Chinese children where ihey could learn the language and cultural Shown with Mr. Chang are left to right, C. B. Ping, Harry Y. Ling, and Wally Lee, mem- bers of the Lethbridge organization. Horse Show About 60 ridefs and 74 horses made up the first Southern Al- berta 4-H Light Horse Show, held recently in Lethbridge. Clubs participating in the show were: Creek, Turin, Hillspring, Coutts, Wil- low Cr'eek, Glenwood, Card- ston, Medicine Hat, Foothills of Lethbridge and Whoop-Up of Lethbridge. Judging the 29 individual classes were Bob Langdale and Hank Pallister, both with the department of agriculture in Edmonton. Winners In the classes were as fol- lows: parade of clubs, Turin, rescue race 14 years and under, Maxine Mc- Kenna and Cindy Young, Lethbridge western pleasure 15 and over, Wlnslon Hansrna, Willow Creek, western pleasure 14 and under, Paul Hansma, Willow Creek; Barrel race, 15 and over, Bonnie Ball, Lethbridge Whoop-Up, musical chairs 14 and under, Connie Sironskf, in; English pleasure 15 and over, Cindy Adie, Medicine Hat; English pleasure 14 and under, Brian Ball, Lethbridge Whoop-Up; Jumping 14 and under Donna Pavan, Lethbridge Foothills; relay race 16 and over, Linda Christie, Cindy Young, Bonnie Ball and Maxine Artc- Kenna, Leihbridge Whoop-Up; show- manship 12 and under, Paul Hansrna, Willow Creek, yearling halter, Barton Lybbert, Glenwood; iwo-year-old hal- ter, Lavon Winters, Coutts; three-year- old halter. Max Hanson, Cardston; Western equitation 12 and under. Maxine Lethbridge Up; showmanship 14 and under. Donna Pavan, Lethhridge Foothills; showmanship 15 and over. Candy Adie, Medicine Hat; barrel race 14 and un- der, Brian Ball, Leihbridge Whoop- Up; English equitation 15 and over, Candy Adie, Medicine Hat; western equitation, M and under, Brian Ball, Lethbridge Whop-Up; pale fcendina 14 and under, Cindy Young, Lethbridge Whoop-Up; musical chairs, 15 and ovc., Stronskl, Turin; English equitation 14 and under, Joan Psvan, Lethbridge Foothills. Western equitation 15 and over, Debbie Slrqnskie, Turin; reining pat- tern 15 and over, Winston Hansma, Willow Creek; trail class 15 and over, Winston Hansma, trail class 14 and under, Gerry Hansma, Willow Creek; barn competition, Lethbridge Whoop- Up. The show was sponsored by the re- qional 4-H lipht horse council and thfl department of youlh. Gty Down. Province Up j Jl In Traffic Accidents While traffic accidents for the month of June show a slight reduction in the Leth- bridge area over the same time last year, the incidence province-wide is up. According to figures re- leased recently by the Alberta Safety Council, accidents in the local area were down to 93 from 98 with injuries down to 42 from 49. However, provindally there were traffic casualties in June, according to the ASC re- port. Of these 50 died, and 100 are recovering from in- juries. By the midway mark of 1975, traffic accidents in Alberta were seven per cent ahead of last year. Injuries were 14 per 'cent higher and deaths were up 25 per cent. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-409} TICKETS FHOM: STAMPEDE FUTURITY SWEEPSTAKE BOX CALGARY 3, ALDERTA, CANAOA Running of the STAMPEDE FUTURITY STAKES Saturday, September 5, 1970 Victoria Park, Calory Alberta Draw to be held Angus; 29, 3970. YOU COULD WIN THESE PRIZES MaMir rt Winnfof Him Holdir Mont___, Holder cf Stcond Hildir of Ftfft. JM Holdir c! 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