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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TOOK RHAllViS AHO FUEMDS HOM SUSOK TO VISIT. Foe travel and inlormolion contocti BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE J2MM1 T MMIM "BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" The Lethkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Monday, February 8, 1971 PAGES 11 TO 22 It's a GREAT DAY to SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITE (Special Piicei on Bulk Orden) ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-8161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 Film festival attracts large attendance AE estimated persons attended the Lethbridge Com- munity Film Festival at the Yates Memorial Centre Satur- day The festival, which featured an animated film workshop by the University of Lethbridge and multi-media presentation by the University of Alberta, made about 150 short and fea- ture-length films available for public viewing. A scheduled program of movies was shown in the main auditorium. Patrons were al- lowed to pick their own choices in smaller viewing areas in the lower floor: in the Green Room, sewing room and storage areas. The festival was sponsored by the Southern Alberta Coun- cil of Public Affairs. Policeman is injured Lethbridge city police Con- stable Keith Moline sustained minor head injuries Sunday, when the car he was driving came in collision with another car driven by Johanas Erick- son of Lethbridge. The acci- dent took place at 9 St. and 3 Ave. S. Constable Moline was de- tained in St. Michael's General Hospital overnight. Mr. Erick- son was not injured. Damage to the two vehicles amounted to Correction In The Herald Feb. 6, a pic- ture of W. T. (Will) Charles- .worth and an underline story named him as president of the Kinsmen dub of Lethbridge. This was incorrect. The correct story, naming Mr. Charles- worth as president of the Life Underwriters' Association of Lethbridge is carried below. The Herald regrets any em- barrassment this error may have caused Mr. Charlesworth or those associated with each of the above organizations. I T. (Will) Charlesworth is the 1971 president of the Life Under- writers Association of Leth- bridge. Sen-ing with him on the executive wiil be Mas Tcrakita, first vice presi- dent; Ted Slusar, second vice president; Bob Saps- ford, secretary and Bill Johnson, treasurer. Past president is Gordon Hopkins. FREE! NIKON CLINIC PARK PLAZA MOJOR HOTEL Wed., Feb. 10th a.m. p.m. Sponsored by Anglo Distributors STEREO PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE 419 5th St. South 'Offensive intrusion into the wilds' Snowmobile restriction urged by Andy Russell tAtCUTIVES CHECK PROGRESS Dennis O'Connell, left, Lethbridge's director of economic development, W. A. of Swift Canadian Co. Ltd., Toronto; Swift's officials say here H. C. Chaffee, Swift's president; and Jim Gough manager of the Swift's meat packing plant being built in Lethbridge ot site of Swift's plant. Lethbridge will be 'beef capital' If Lethbridge is not already, it soon will be the "beef capi- tal of says W. A. Mill, vice president of Swift Canadian Co. Ltd., Toronto. Mr. Mill and H. C. Chaffee, Swift's president were in Leth- bridge Saturday to view con- struction progress on the com- pany's meat packing plant. Mr. Mill estimated Leth- bridge already has about 28 par cent of the total Alberta beef all, and almost seven per cent of the total Canadian kill. He said southern Alberta will jenefit much more economic- Mayor of daresholm awaits reply on debate Claresholm Mayor Ernie Patterson said Friday he is still awaiting a reply from Lethbridge MP Deane Gund- lock to his challenge to a pub- lic debate on recommended wage increases for parliamen- tarians. Mr. Patterson, vice princi- pal of Willow Creek Composite High School, issued the chal- lenge about three weeks ago to Mr. Gundlock and Crowfoot MP Jack Homer. Both MPs are Progressive Conservative. Mr. Crowfoot in his reply told Mr. Patterson "As I do not approve of the Beaupre report (which r e c o m m ended the it would hardly be a question of debate between the two of usv Mr. Patterson said he would not pursue the matter any fur- with the wage increases, but he would wait about a week longer before contacting Mr. Gundlock again. 'He should declare himself for or Mr. Patterson said. "Now is the time to say." Mr. Gundlock told the Herald earlier that since the increases were only recommended and not introduced in the House of Commons as new legislation, there would be no point in a public debate. Mr. Patterson said the pur- pose of a debate would be to "organize opposition" to the proposals. In his note, Mr. Horner also said he would meet with Mr. Patterson "if there is another subject on which you and could have a fair and square debate." Mr. Patterson said he hadn'l ther with Mr. Horner because I thought of "anything suitable of their mutual disagreement I yet." Music exam results The Royal Conservatory of Music of Toronto has released the names of successful candi- dates in examinations held re- cently in Lethbridge. The candidates are listed in order of merit, with "and" signifying equal rating. ARCT PIANO, Performer Hon- ors: Lesley Lavers. Conditioned in pieces and sight reading: Kalhleen Holt. ARCT PIANO, Teacher condi- tioned in pieces and technical require- ments: Gay Martinson. GRADE 10 Linda Unger, Irene Klassen, Deborah Rich- ards. GRADE 9 PIANO Honors: Sherry Pratt, Shery! Pauls, Carol Fekete. Pass; Carolyn Boras, Brenda Dueck, Joanne Swans ton, Hildegard Groen- GRADE B PIANO-Honors: Debora Boulton, Susan Webster, Janice Duelj, Wendy Cahoon and Janice Enns. Pass: Alice Snyder. GRADE 7 PIANO Eliza- beth Johnston. Pass: JoAnne Christie, Sally Marker and Loretta P. Slemko and Eleanor Wall, Bernadette Crad- dock, Wendy Vancak. GRADE 6 PIANO Honors: Kor- nella Naundorf, Debra Mann, Robert C. Tagg, Sandra Vaselenak, Sheryl COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD, 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 Loewen, Rosanna Slemko and Lor- alne Toews, Richard Harris, Brcnwyn EHinqson. Pass: Ruth Born and Marvin Dueck and Faye Olson, Paula Steed, Linda Smilh, Lorraine Marsha Gibb. GRADE S PIANO -r- Class lonors: Heather Klassen. Honors: icia Tomita, Brenda Pedersen and Kalis P e d r i n i, Rita Prcehl, Biggers and Catherine Cnlrka, Vera Romaniuk, Eilcnwy Morpan. Pass: Marian Parkinson and Wendy Trockstad, Marina Russell, Janet Blaine Engel. GRADE 4 PIANO First class lonors: Nancy Carnine, John Davies, 3atricia Isaac. Honors: Charlene D o r w a r d and Patricia Patching, _Inda Enns, Leah Brown, Darlene Hawley, Laura Kenwood. Pass: Ar- lene Hansen and Charlene Long and Carole Chashl and Wendy Vivyurka, Lorna Erickson, Ruth Beard. GRADE 3 class hon- ors: Noel Patson, Joyce AAelnyk. Hen- ors: Paula Gallup Loralee Plomp, Ava Derman and Penny Meyerhoffer and Jane Robison, Pamela Olsen, Le- anne Wehlage, Lester Leavitt, Lisa Atkinson, Michele Tajirl. Pass: Kelly Brooks, Alida Brunner. GRADE 2 PIANO Honors: Cindy Wiens, Vana Leonard, Margot Gra- ham, Shirley Chronik and Jacqueline Nelson and Ronald Peterson, Shannon Mckeo end Karoline Phillipp. Pass: Cecilia Malkas, Patricia Helwlg, Wan- da VVeh'age. GRADE 1 PIANO First class hon- ors: Maxwell Girvan and Dariene Ponlavec, Diana Kolpak, Robert Han- na. Honors: Linda Joachim and Da- WATCH AND WAIT FOR SHELDONS 12-HOUR! 1 PROMOTION SALE DAY ONLY! THURSDAY FEBRUARY llth and Philip Nowik and Tamara Tagg, Brenda Tuttle and Wendy Wilson, Val- erie Laidlaw, Gina Florlno and Mary Long and Gordon Sawada and Chris Wehlane and Sara Weintraub. Pass: Marcia'ret Donkersgoed and Mark Hirotsu and Janice seely. ARCT ORGAN, Performer Hon- ors: Lois Miller. Grade t VIOLIN-Honors: Thomas Knight. GRADE 3 Kirk Hof- ARCT SINGING, Teachers Hon- ors: Lillian Torrle. GRADE 9 SINGING Honors: Pat. ricia Hrynkiw. GRADE fl SINGING Honors: Ju- dilh Brittner, Lois Miller. GRADE A SINGING First class honors: Elizabeth Martin. Honors: Patricia O'Connell. GRADE 4 SINGING First class honors: Mark Johnson, Rhonda Rus- ton. Honors: Dona Bailey. GRADE 2 SINGING First class honors: Maxwell Girvan. Honors: Darlene Hawlcy. GRADE 1 SINGING First class honors: Nancy Carnine. ally if its beef industry is to- tally integrated having cat tie raised and marketed here. Mr. Mill dispelled any fears hat there will not be enoug cattle in southern Alberta b :eep packing plants operatinj ''There was a lot of researc done before a decision was made on a packing plant i he said, "an Swift's would not have bui here if they did not have fait that the area could supply th beef." He said the plant is designer. a allow for easy expansion ,t becomes necessary. The million plant is ex Dected to begin operations thos spring, and will bring the nur ber of packing plants in Let bridge to three. The plant wil employ about 130 people. POTENTATE Edward G. McMnllan ot Calgary is the new Illustrious Potentate of Alberta Shrincrs. As one of the nine potentates in Can- ada, Mr. McMtillan heads Shrine clubs in Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Calgary, Red Deer, Edmonton, Drum- heller, Grand Prairie and Banff, with a total of 31 uni- formed units. Red Cross executive elected A new executive for the Let bridge branch of the Canadia Red Cross Society was electe recently at the group's annu meeting. The executive comprise Doug Schindeler, presiden W. G. Clark, vice presiden Gladys Palmer, secretary; Tom McNab, treasurer. Also elected were: Dr. Ke Lowings. chairman of the bio donor clinic committee, ar Mrs. Dean Holroyd, committ secretary; Mrs. Les Smolnick sickroom supplies and women work; Harry Hughes, inquirie Bill Falconer, water safet Christine Puhl, publicity; M May Bradley, United Appe Dr. Tom Mellirig, medical of- ficer; and Mrs. George Scott and Win Dufty, members- at- large. Use of snowmobiles should je restricted to certain areas Albsrta wilderness lands and Mitroiled local runs, says out- oorsman and conservationist jidy Russell. 'Snowmobiles have become e most offensive intrusion to the wilds that exists today, s far as recreation activities re he said. "They're a great recreational achine and present a won- erful opportunity to enjoy the utdoors but people abuse ieir privilege of using them. "They chase animals with icm, and the noise is a tre- icndously frightening experi- nee for the animals even when they're not being chased." The abuses happen in foot- lills and mountain areas, as well as on the open prairie. He said he has watched the ic-.intain animals run in ight, through deep snow and ver the crest of mountain anges into lands they seldom isit. Some will return, he said, ut not all. A few animals are frightened o death; others starve in poor- r feeding grounds; female inimals may miscarry due to leir heavy exertion; some ani- als particularly the young ill break legs or drop frcm xhaustion and freeze to death. The disruption in breeding grounds also cuts down heavily reproduction, further re- ucirg the animal population the illowing year. And even from snowmo- Jers travelling through the animals wintering ranges, the animals are under con- nual stress from the Ir. Russell said. He said Alberta's new smow- lobile laws governing then- use in hunting and on public and "are a step in the right irection, but still not suffi- iently tough." He called for a complete ban Key Club meeting on drugs PRESIDENT Gerry Wright Is the 1971 president of the Lcthbridge Toastmas- ters Club (Toastmastcrs In succeeding Del Collier. Doug Poile, secre tary, Mel Godlinton, adminis (ration vice president, Kees Van Vliet, education vice president, and Dave Toombs sergeant at arms are the other members of the 197: executive. The club, whicl meets in the Park Plaza Monday at 6 p.m., is design ed to help individuals be- come effective speakers, it teach careful listening, and to develop leadership abili ties. There are some Toastmaster clubs in thi Toastmasters International located in 47 countries of tin world. The Lethbridge Collegiate In- stitute Key Club will sponsor a jrogram, Operation Drug Alert, Feb. 17 at 1 p.m. Four different topics on the main theme will b e coverec >y individuals, including a law ?er, doctor, sociologist, and po iceman. The object of the program is So give LCI students a clearer understanding of the problems of drug use. Walter Neville principal of LCI and Malcoir 3rr, chairman of the program and president of the LCI Key Club both said they hope thi program will help in the figh against this acute problem with drugs. The Key Club is supportec by the Lethbridge Kiwanis Club. snowmobile use in many ilderness areas, where their ntry could be controlled by e local forest ranger stations, nd the heaviest-possible en- rcement of existing laws gainst chasing animals. Otherwise, he said, the wild- rness animal populations both in moutain areas and on the rairies will become danger- isly low and then- survivial become questionable. 62 books mto graphed on Saturday Sixty-two Lethbridge and dis- pel residents bought auto- graphed copies of .Andy Rus- ell's new book, Trails of a Vilderness Wanderer, at an utograph party Saturday in The House of Books. Mr. Russell spoke with visi- ors to the store, as well as lutographing his books. He said he has been over- whelmed by the new book's uccess, and hopes its second printing, now underway, will be ust as successful. Mr. Russell said it took about co years to write Trails of a Wilderness Wanderer, and since its publication he has been working on another book rtiich he expects to finish by mid-1972 for marketing by Christmas next year. Mr. Russell also wrote Grizzly Country several years ago. Annexation deadline February 22 The Local Authorities Boar has set Feb. 22 as the deadlin for representations regardin annexation by the City of Lett bridge of two parcels of land If no representations ar made, the board will procee with the annexation without public hearing. The land parcels are both o the city's north side. One co sists of land expropriated b the city for the sludge cells fo the new secondary sewag treatment plant. The other part of the city's industri park area. It consists of 860 foot strip along the south i most of Section Nine, jus north of the present city limit Break-ins on weekend There were two break and entries during the weekend which the city police are con- tinuing to investigate. Friday, Wilson Junior High School was broken into. A win- dow was broken to.gain entry. Apparently nothing was taken. Lilydale Poultry Sales was broken into through a window in the rear of the plant. Three dollars was taken and the of- fice of the building ransacked. Damage amounted to Two motorcycles were re- ported stolen during the week- end. A 1970 Suzuki 90 Honcho was taken from 540 20th St. N. Li- cense number is 70553. The machine is orange. A 1970 Honda 100, license number 71515 was taken from 515 19th St. N. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. PHONE 327-2822 VANISHING BREED GENERAL PRACTITIONER CANDIES AND RUST CRAFT CARDS SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH SKI SALE FOR LETHBRIDGE if No Blemish Skis First Line Stock ALL 1970-71 MODELS MODEL 160 404 (Killy) 320 606 (Killy) REG. SALE S136 S132 MODEL 800 (Killy) Jr. 60 Short Ski REG. SALE S173 S80 S132 (6ofsdjna located Just South of Centre Village Mall on 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-2828 ;