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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 IHH-IRIOGE HSSAiO Saturday, December 16, 1972 if you ask me... By JOE MA Herald Staff Writer General Park Chung Hee when the South resident passed through Hong Kong atter.QLriS a summit conference with U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson and other heads of state in the Philippines a fe'.v years ago. Despite my dislike for dictators, 1 did find him an extraordinarv" person. Like most Koreans I know, he was a quiet person. r nder his leadership South Korea has experienced a re'.ativeiy stable political situation and quite re- marl-cable economic growth. Sometimes my Chinese imagination carries me oil to think if South' Vietnam had a leader like him. Richard Nison might not have a Nraven Van Thieu to kick around. But South Korea, like most Asian countries, is still poor. The Koreans are a proud people. Despite the obvious need for help for her flood victims, South Korea would not go begging for it. If help is coming out of kindness, they will take it with gratitude. And if The Herald's A Helping Handful campaign to buy barley for South Korea seems less appealing than 'last vears Cup of Milk drive for Bangladesh remsees. readers should bear in mind a 1hing called in Oriental thmkirij. You wouldn't want to withhold your help just be- cause the Koreans have not come to the stage of. beasins. would you? Isn't it better to help the Koreans help" before tragedy strikes, than helping them ir: tragedy? The Christmas spirit is 'peace on earth.' better Christmas gift is there than the joy that you have helped your fellow men? Would you help us help those less fortunate? LCC food fair attracts By GREG MclXTYRE Herald Stall Wrilpr pound sturgeon octopus and platters of crate S9, Calif- ,ornia crayfish Sll, lobster !6 and crabs and squid i7. Hundreds of Southern Aiber- j Free door -yfyuf, Included tans carried away everything Of K-pound turkeys, from cakes and flowers, to tur-; ties and octopus when the eijlT h annual Lethbridge Community College food fair doors Friday. closed its Among the winners were per- son- vrr.-o guessed tbo weight of a 59 pound cake: Am Xandellen rf 2-112 3th Ave. N.: Mrs. Mag- Ts.'n'orn of Taber and Lwj Hyndman. Alberto's lean and looking mUister of _ education, put eveo'ooe in the Ave. eating mood as be officially opened what be termed "this sumptuous gathering." ?.Iore than v.ere ser.'ed a smorgasbord supper 2.WM more than year as stiff almost ran wit of food. Tr.e food fair was tte final exercise for ttudents in com- mercial tecb- rjol-jvy prog-ami at IXC. Stu- dents were on the work Ihey did for the Tnou-iands packed Irrto the auditorium .supp-lrr as MFC refuses suite ROAST PIG Lelhbridge Community College food manager Vern Olsen, bocfc to camero, end stu- dents opsned ihs cnrtucl LCC feed faJr Friday with a candle-light precession carrying a suckling pig en a platter. Attendance at the dinner was up over lest year and was officially opened by loj minister of education, who was presented wilh a large coke. rcent suite at Minicipi! Agriculture land zoning suggested Local blood donation? down from last year Tee Canadian Red Cross So- cietv collected 4.0-37 pints of b'.w.d from cHnlcs in Ltth- four cfeics, r.eid in Sep'.ersher and EDMONTON A zoning policy for agricultural Land may be needed in AlberU ECOTCins to I-ea. re- elected president of Unifarm. Li an interview following bis return as leader of Alberta's rr.ain farm organization. companies must not be allow- I said no matter where in March.' the province, the best land ed Decem- must he P'Jt to the best use. ar. This tehees -ar.d owr.ed by e companies, corporation, indi- or.atiori. i vviuals, Hutterite colonies or He said maximum limits on the size of production units or feed factories such as cattle feed lots and hog operations, could be on the horizon. On this vein, he .said, large the company come under the rules the legislation- and A form authority of Still on the subject o( land between the and use he said Unifarm consider- Hutterite colonies has been es- ed to break up Sr.to ed the communal property con- tabl-bed which satisfies the de- companies to get trol act unfair because of a sim- ar.y legislation. ilarity between corporations VThi'e rrf settins anv limits cc-r.ie that he re-tain his joh. Judge that should malce up his rriir.d Ke vvar.Li to or He also Tvheiher ho harf the atthfinty On the charge of some- one else's driver's 1-cence, Hat- field as fired JK. Both addi- tional charges arose the same HatfieM v.as giver, until Feb. to pay the fines. as Hatfieid has had two impaired driving cha previ- plead- three Hstfie'd vra.i fined a further on a charge of driving while suspended. DOWN PAYMENT Plsi tfcet ft. 2 -icn-.j fccrrr 1317 pri-v.s for cp- pofrifirsnt! PETER PAULS CONSTRUCTION LTD. P.O. BOX 501, COAIOALE, AUA. HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9lh Sr. 5. Phone 328-1773 FOB YOUR COMPtETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS f24 Hour Service If Sridi Eoo'n TXoni You Cordi _ c-derj FRJE CUSTOMER PARXIMO Tv.o lyythhridge men ed guilty P'ridav tc. Arnold and David Willrns, both of 171? St. S. were charged with the Oct. 27 kill- ings of three dogs, belonging to Elder. Gerald McEl- roy, anrl Leath Younker, re- mands of Urlfarm. Hutterite officiate in the Letb- region fiave c-rivicized the new controls, claiming they are .-imilar to the old act. In other areas of a culture, Lea said Vr.ifarm v-.e'.- cornfes price for arjj fcariey. He said tr.h was caused hy a short supply the here seemed cairtiou-. that the hdgh-dernar.d rriarl-ce-.i ".-vjld ezterd iif.le tr.an one year. Improved in e-.ch cornrr.'xiity grcup said Mr. TC.i is agrir.-.jit'ire form of "vbich could ri At the for eff diir.g ar.d trar es to a harn pick- led and ready for the festive brought S25. During several lyyjrs of a'jc- LCC president Dr. C. D. Stewart was top buy- ers starting with a Sli A smoked salmon brought ill, a buge cake do'j jn, a Motel Trie Bridge TOTTO House IOK" Magrath ha.s purchaser! from Harrey and Decris Kjeldgaard hy .Mr. ajyj former of Al- berta Hw.e! in Creeh TrA former managemer.t sJ.aff at 'f7-ijnit viii remairj. said Mr. Oleke. No pur- chase price was disclosed. s'lites without a perrrat. Alderman Ed Eistedo leaned toward appro-.-Jng tbe applica- nt corne to the gocxi Tne possiiiiity that there are other s'lite-s in the area and the fact that the appiic-ant came in faith did justify approvL-jE the apoiication, citv Holfeld said. Aiiis-.er Findlay, finance di- added the city "can't condor.e rjites In an R-l Cringle farrJryi Sorrieor.e ha.s to draw the lire and that should iy? corr.rnisstOTi. !n other business, MFC tabled tv.o development appli- Str-jigrjarr. Property Sales ap- plied for permission to a station rjear the Uni- versity of LetrJoridge arjd to a ho-jse on lipje property. r i lujlUS Up j; Herb's Suggests j Make it a Great Christmas A trial date In Provincial Judges Court was set for Jan. A n 8-year-oW rrian reser.ed plea P'riday on a chajge of possession of jnari- juana. Osvid Pisrsoa, 1122 ISth St. S. remanded to Jan. 5. i; Returns to the IS72 bridge Chri.5trr.ss Seals cam- y paiari reached Fridav, y some ahead of the dona- u Uons received urne last K year. Tr.e objective year's campaign. cor.duKwJ by the Kinsmen Guh or, behalf of the Alberta Tuberculosis ar.d piratory Show your good taste give a gift with rugged or Westen appeall I X I I J i Martin Bros. Funeral Homes Ltd. (2nd GENERATION) Serving South Alberta for over half a century (1922-1972) presents THE SUNDAY HOUR I HAND TOOLrD LADIES' HANDBAGS J HAND BtlTS TIES BOWS, BOLOS and STRING BUCKLES SILVK and NICKLE J WESTERN HATS by RUistot, Billmore ond Smley j WESTERN SUITS end SPORTS JACKETS j by Prince Clothing 6 COWBOY BOOTS Tony Lama, Justin, Covrtown S Dan Poir, and Texal sizej 6 to 13. 3 A complete line fcr trie entire family. g SHIRTS by Korman, Tern o-d S Miller 3 DOWN FIUEO JACKETS by Sizei 34 to 43 WE CARRY OVER SOOO PAIRS OF JEANS and CASUALS by LEVIS, tEE, ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CHOIR ''H.Z-f -fjTit SUfJCAY. .v E? 17 to s 11.3S p.m. to c.'-i. CHANNEL 7 THE CHAPEL THE 12 rsr-i 701 tJonh GSNESATIOK FUNEBAl DIPSCTORS AMD ADMINISTfAIIVl COUNSEUOBS FOB PRE-ASRAKOWEHTS by th> ..Uctirx! tf wior in loulh HEADQUARTERS fOR LEVIS ;