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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Book now for this SPORTS WEEKEND OAKLAND, CALIF., MARCH 3, A, 5. Ste NHL Hockey BatftelbaH Game Hone Racing For information and booklngi call ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Lcthkidgc Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridge, Alberta, Monday, February 21, 1972 PAGES 9 TO 10 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Ask aboul Phologmy The leni lhal change! wilh Ihe light. Winter returns briefly Its not exactly Miami Beac but Lethbridge is still one the warm spols in Ihe provinc today. It was only one o[ handful of Alberta locations record a temperature abov zero early this morning. The low overnight was fou above, while the high today wi be near 20, except in Pinche Creek where the tempcratur will be in Ihe 35 degree rang It will be mainly sunny toda with some cloud moving int the area this evening. Th clouds will be accompanied b winds of 25 to 35 m.p.h. in Lh Crowsnest Pass. The low tonight will be 10 t 20 above. The outlook for Tuesday cloudy with little temperatur change. Chianiiia contract awarded Prairie Breeders Lid. of Cal gary has been awarded th? contract to collect, process freeze and merchandise semen from four Cliianiiia bulls at the Lethbridge Research Station. The four bulls were among Hie first animals imported inlo Canada from Italy and will lie used at the station in specia" research programs to better the beef industry. Dr. Syd Slen, acting director of the station, said Prairie Breeders will make a weekly collection in Lethbridge. The semen will be sold through the Calgary office of the artificial insemination col lection company lor per vial. in 1972 prepaid tax The assessment department has received lo date in prepaid laxes, compared with S722.258 last year. From Feb 10 to Feb. 17, local property owners paid S50.B12 in taxes to [he cily. Five per cent per annum un- til June 30 is paid by ihe city on taxes received before Feb. 29. All property taxes are pay- able by June 30. NIGHT LIGHT Today, the moon will be in ils first quarter wilh about twice as much of the sun's light reflected as in this photograph. A high speed 400 ASA film was exposed for of a second lo caplure the moon halfway between the new phase and first quarter. Photographer Waller Kerber used a 135 mm lens with an f2.5 lens opening. Venus appears as Ihe second night light of the western sky, in the bottom left corner of the shot. Alberta hog producers will benefit By TilC SWIIIART SlaTf IVrilrr A settlement has been reach- d through the pgricultural sla- ilization board in Ottawa thsL allow the maximum num- er of Alberta hog producers to Boy Scouts, elebrate Boy Scouts' annual meet March 11 The annual mccling of Ilic Eoy Sconls of Southern Albcrla be held at p.m. March 11 at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. Featured speaker will he .1. Percy Ross, chief executive of the national council of the Boy Scouts of Canada in Ottawa. HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Charlron Hill Ltd. 1362 2nd Avc. S. Phone 328-3388 Greg Young became mayor nd Randy Mikla became pn- cir'ef for a day today, as it of the events celebrating out-Guide Week in liie cJly. Eight more Scouts and uides will take office as oTfi- als during the week, includ- g sucli positions as Herald Her, Lcthbridge Ccminumly pres'dcnt, poslmarier d chief magistrale. Founder's cMcbrr.Lons gan Sunday with church pa- des in all churches in the The annual window display competition in which Cubs, Brownies, Scouts and Guides lake part will be judged Tues- day. Several private busir.cps- men have provided their shop windows for this coinpetiticn. Saturday the local units will welcome a group cf Cubs from Great Falls, Montana lo par- ticipate in the penny carnival planned for 10 a.m. lo -1 p.m. in Saint Patrick's Church. A record bop will bo held in the church from 11 p.m. to 11 p.m. for Guides, Scouts, Rang- ers and Venturers. benefit through federal defi- ciency payments. Prime Minister Trudeau .an- nounced a scheme earlier this month that will allow hog producers in Canada to collect a ?5 a head deficiency pay- ment for up to 200 hogs sold for slaughter in 1971. The hogs must index 100 or belter to qualify for payment (The deficiency payment will apply only to hogs of average or heifer The Alberta Hog Producers Marketing Board said Iwo problems have surfaced for producers in the province. Some producers have failed to keep the Canada department of agriculture hog carcass grading certificates for hogs sold for slaughter in 1971. Also, many Alberta hogs were sold on a live weight basis for export during 1971 and were not graded by a CDA official as a result. Under the new agreement, the marketing board and the stabilization board have estab- lished (liree criteria for pro- ducers faced with these prob- lems. I who submit their claim with the official CDA hog carcass grading certificate The marketing board will as- sist any Alberta producer who has lost records. On request, attached will be paid the defi- j the board will provide ciency immediately. stabilization board wi recognize other records if producer has destroyed the of- certificate. The Alberta Prod u c e rs Marketing fical Hog Board statement of settlement will lie accepted since all hogs sold in Alberta passed through Ihe board. Payment in this instance will not be immediate and will be made only when the stabiliza- tion hoard is satisfied Hint the submitted record has not been duplicated for double payment. L i v ij hogs shinned I o r slaughter can be used in a claim if a producer lias not shipped enough graded hogs in 1971 lo qualify for the 200 maxi- oum. A percentage of the payment will be used for live bog ship- ments. The marketing board las advised producers to at- .ach enough live hog records lo complete the 200 limit to their claim lo ensure maximum qualification and payment. mary record for all hogs sold in 1971 by a particular produc- er. Requcsl for any records must be made before March 31. Ily GRKfJ MclNTYRE .Staff Writer Premier Peter Lsugheed will meet with IJi ogressive Conser- vative party supporters to tlis- NDP panel Tuesday The Social Credit and Ihe Liberal parties have apparent- ly declined an NDP invitation lo send representatives lo a lanel discussion Tuesday on natural resources royalties. Representatives from t li e 'regressive Conservative and New Democratic Parly, and the Committee for an Indepen- dent Canada will take part in the discussion of Alberta gas and oil royalties at 8 p.m. at Svcn Ericksen's Family Res- taurant. Dr. Herb Axford, a Universi- ty of Lethbridge economics professor will represent Ihe Tories and Grant Nolley, lead- er of the provincial NDP will represent his party. Bob Tarleck. a school teach- er, represent the Commit- tee for an Independent Canada viewpoint. However, Ken Purvis, presi- dent of the Lethbridge West Social Credit Association said four Socred oficials have de- .clined the invitation because of other business commitments. cuss election stategy prior to his talk lo the Lelhbridge Chamber of Commerce Wed- nesday evening. The Alberta premier js ex- dinner bad sold by Fri- day night. Tte El Ranr-ho convention centre has been set to seat abcut 500 pcop'c, although 000 be accommodated for pressed concern Ihct not u sin-; could be "accommodated j'ie Tory was elected soulh cf dinner, he said. Tickets arc Calgary in the August 1971 5un available. sweep to power.! Premier Lougheed has also The chamber meeting is to -3 finished by 10 p.m. and the pledged his provincial party's j government party will fly [jack 10 Ihe federal orgam fa Edmonton the same nigln. zation at the next genera eledion, cxpccte.l this year. At 3 p.m. Wednesday Ihe premier will tour (he Auto- malic Electric (Canada) Lid 1 c 1 e p h o n e production plant Ii2-o at Ihe invitation of cam pany management. The premier's plane will ar- rive at Kenyon Field at p.m. and the government parly head for the El Rancho Motor I-lotel where a news con- ference is scheduled for 2 p.m At p.m. the premier has a series of meetings Leth- bridge area people, expected to include Conservative parly officials. The chamber dinner he- gins at with a reception at the El Rancho, dinner at 7 p.m and the premier's address ahcut B o'clock. The topic Mr. Lougheed will discuss not yet been de- cided, lus press secretary Joe Iluilon said today. Eowns, chamlwr man- ager, said 350 of the S7.50 person tickets to Wednesday's Only two candidates John Gogo and Ken Hurlburt hod Formally filed nomination papers for the Federal Pro- gressive Conservative Associa- tion parly contest today. A third potenlial candidate- Dick Gray has apparently reconsidered and will not con- test the Tory nomination at a oarty nominating convention Feb. 28. The deadline to file nomina- tion papers is 3 o'clock tonight, said party secretary Fanny Jopkiiis. Mr. Gcgo. an investment dealer had filed papers Friday and Mr. Hurlburt, former mayor of Fort Maclcod turned 7 -s "St planned for Aiwil 7 to 9 By RUDY ITAUGENEDER Staff Writer Indian athletes in Canada's AYesleni norLhcrn provinces territories and arc preparing themselves for VIM) no IIOMK The Irnst dcsirnhlc tiling about Lcthbiidgc- climate, ac- cordinp lo a nirvey by Univer- sity of peoprapliy IcpartmeiH Hoy Flcl- is slronK winds. meet Some teachers seven areas will be in from Lsth- bridge Uiis week for (lie South- western Alberta Teachers' As- sociation annual convention. Teachers from the City of Sandwiched between these speeches will be several work- shops involving special speak ers from universities in Al- berts, Montana and UJjJi. four two busy the first Native Winter Games on (lie Elcod Reserve in south- ern Alberta April 7 through 9. E.ich area is currently con- ducting or planning playdowns of liiciicui teams and athletes to decide representative teams. An estimated 600 athletes will participate. Indian Eporls Olympic Asso- ciation executives, initiator of the games, say Indians tlTOUghout Western Canada "are really excited and talking about the games." The federal and provincial governments have botii indi- cated financial support for the L both men's and women's teams from each competing participating for trophies. ART DSETRSCH DENTURE CtlNIC DENTAl MECHANIC Scbivarlz flWg. 122 Jlli SI. S. Phone 328-4095 Lcthbridgc, the County of Leth- Carrislon, Taber, War ncr, Crows nest Pass and Pin chcr Creek the two .lay conference at the Lcth iridgc Collegiate- Insiilulc. The convention begins Thurs lay an address by .luricc Marjorie 13owker of the ,Tu- venile r.nd Family Courts in Kiimijiuoji. lk-r topic is "The Oldest Classroom of All The Home." Dan George will he the special sprr.kcr at the Thurs- day bancjuct at Llic Ex- hibition Pavilion. The iioie address of Hie odii vrnt ion will be deliverer Friday by Dr. Warren Zicpler of ihe vSyrr.cu.se University Re- search Centre in New York. TUESDAY SPECIAL! DINNER FOR ONE Our Regular 3 Piocc Dinner TUESDAY ONLY Colonel Snndcis and Ins boys make il "liiifcr lickin' raoil games, but neither has yet made a firm commitment, says Ron Davis of Edmonton, LNSPOL director. The governments of the oth- er participating provinces "are pretty positive in regards lo providing finances7' for game play downs and transportation costs, he said. Interest in the primes is so that (he Indian associa- L.III in NViva Scalia is interest- ed in sending a hockey team to In? pcmes, Mr. Davis. I for (he future of the j Winter Games call for a rot a-! Lou of sponsoring provinces'. uiid the eventual participation' of Indians from throughout the n all on. The April games only three ppjrts tike place: hockey, ind basketball. A ranpp of aclivities will be offered as (h-? size and in the gamrs ex- pands Philip Mistaken Chief. IMSPOIj president and director of on the rrscno. The games flimic is: "Peo- ple participation, people in- volvement and pe.iple enjoy menl." Tin; learn activities will have j boxing activities restricted t o men competitors. Canada's first Native Winter Games uill provide "an oppor- tunity t o change the Indian image and be a vehicle that may change the negative alti- tude among many people re- garding native people.71 Other Indian objccln cs for staging the games arc: opportunity fc-r native athletes to raise their standard of performance; interest and par- ticipation in sports currently undergoing development in r-a- tive communities; improved recrea- tional and athletic involvement for better understanding and will sec r.rliuties hoxing, unification of peoples of Indian ancestry; understanding and friends-hip throughout Can- ada; develop among the na- tive people a proud identity. The various sports activities planned for I he games have been endorsed amateur sports organizations fiicli r.s the Canadian Amateur Horkoy Canadian Ainn- leur Basket ball Assoeislion and (he International Boxing Association. Tiie Winter games are j cniy to air.aicnr allilc-lcs who have proven at Irast six months residence in the prov- ince they are representing Each athlcie will also be re- s.'ricled (o in only one sport and musi regis- tcrcd with Ibeir rcspc-etivo pro- vincial co-ordinalors by March 21. Selection of a winuinp pro-; his papers today, said JIrs (he Lellibridgc r AssocJalion weculJvc mccLs tonight to set a date for annual meeting. Following annual meeting, the to hold a convention lo elect a candidate to sland at Lne federal election. vmrial fr-.rm be done by picking th? province which has aggregated the most points through the point-system that uil! be used in denoting onlv Liberal in the running so far is John Boras, 4fl, lawyer and former district fanner. The Liberal nomination, how- of finish in sports is expected lo be a con- The winning team will ionic with it the Native Games HOCKEY F> Impeii Green 4- ROLLS TAPE Harold Dupen and M. S. (cn were re-elected as and vice chairman at the annual meeting of Ihe Green Acres Foundation Board BLADE Plastic Blade) The financial statement 1971 was presented to the Although (here was a deficit curred, the board will SPORTING GOODS ils policy of making no tions lo participating ities inlo CLIFF Certified Denial BLACK DENTAL Monday, Tues., Wed., and Sat, i lower a.m. to p.m. MEDICAL DENTAL and Fri. j PHONE a.m. to p.m. NEW nnd USED ORGANS MUSfCLAND WE TAKE GRAIN! THIS IS OUR STORE! YOUR HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL YOUR OFFICE SUPPLIES Carbon Paper O Typcwiler Ribbon B Adder Rolls 0 Adder Ribbont Filing Folders Business Envelopes O Transfer Cases Binding Coses Good selection of office furniluro CM5NOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13lh ST. N. PHONE 377-4591 IT'S YOUR HEAD BE CAREFUL Today, weuring a hair-piece, styling the hair or oven having a hair Transplant, is becom'ng very commonplace nmong those men who are especially conscious of their appearance. How- ever, along wilh this desiie for belter appear- ance there is an even more important need for Ihe everyday care of the scalp and hair. If there is a scalp problem, such as scvcrn dandruff or if there are allergies thai cause o breaking out in a rash, a dermatologist should be consulcd before making any changes in how you Irent your hnir. His advice may help you eliminate or control any unforscen problems lhal could arise. We have in slock regularly, many products he might recommend. yourself to rry ro restore you to goon ncairn. When you entrust us wilh the responsibility to supply the mcdicnlion we respect your failh in our ability to fill it properly. And (hero's thn conceited broker wilh a btuo chip on his shoulder DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEY Hnin Medical BMg. 401 5fh St. S. 601 6lh Ave. S. Free DrlivL-ry Cnll 328-6133 Call 327-336-1 RrORHR.VRuRHRURORHRyR'OR ;