Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
14 TM UTHMIMI HtRALD Thunttay, Jmrary 11, NC APPETITE When ifi mowing, there is nothing In town hungrier then two mow blowen at Kenyan Field. Snowfalls of over an inch re- quire that the two runwayi and three taxi strips be cleared for possible emergency landings by jet aircraft. After the blowers chew the snow off the runways and throw it aside, a sweeper finishes the job, exposing the bare asphalt. Then they start over again. Faulds Photo Science Fair March 10-11 The 10th annual LeUibridm< Regional Science Fair will be held March 10 to 11 In the Letb- Exhibition Pavilion. Sponsored by the Lethbridge branch of the Agriculture In- stitute of Canada and the Al- berta Institute of Agrologlsts, the fur is divided into two sec- tions junior (Grade 7 to 8) and senior (Grade 10 to The two categories for the fair are biological and physical, with Individual and group classes with each major area. Each exhibit should Illustrate original scientific research, a scientific principle, process, ap- plication, technique, collection or innovation. Cash prizes are awarded in each class and several scholar- ships and tuition awards are available to participants. Oral competitions, which have previously been a part of the fair, will not be held this year. Phil Blakeley, general chair- man of the science fair, has ask- ed all interested students to con- tact the s c 1 e n c e teachers in their school, or Murray McLel- land, district agriculturist in the Provincial Administration Build- ing in Lethbridge. Students may obtain entry Hanks from their school or from L. E. Lutwick at the re- search statiop. Entry deadline, is Jan. 31. Are you comin? This column is published every Thursday to provide publicity for youth group meetings and outings. It is hoped the column will per- form a dual purpose, as a re- minder for members and an invitation for other youths to join in on the leisure-time activities. All notices should be ad- dressed to Are You The Herald, Lethbridge, Alta., no later than Tuesday preceding the Thursday the event is to be announced. FRIDAY, Jan. 14, at 7 p.m., Lethbridge youth and mini theatres will hold their first meeting of the year at the Bowman Arts Centre. Any- one of any age interested in theatre is invited to attend. TUESDAY, Jan. 18, at p m., the Junior Kennel dub will hold its obedience class at the Kalaidarts Building In the Exhibition grounds. TUESDAY, Jan. 18, at 7 p.m., the No. 11 Squadron RC (Air) Cadets parade will be held at the 20th Field Battery Building it Kenyon Field. Transportation will be provided by military trans- port. For information phone U. Bullied at 327-1116 dayi or 328-6759 evenings. PUSH IS ON TOKYO (Esuter) Japan National Hallways has hired 120 extra staff to launch its winter push campaign squeezing ex- tra bodies on to overcrowded suburban trains. Officials said the extra shove was needed be-, cause passengers take up more room with winter overrtiats. LETHBRIDGE LODGE NO. 2 I.O.O.F. REGULAR MEETING Friday, January 14th p.m. WITH INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS All members urged la attend Olson winds up south Alberta tour By RIC SWmART Staff Writer RAYMOND Federal Agri- culture Minister Bud Olson put the wraps on a whirl-wind tour of southern Alberta Wednesday matching wit) and information with 25 fanners from this dis- trict His tour included 11 speak- ing engagements In 11 towns. A scheduled visit Friday was curtailed when he had to re- turn to Ottawa to face tile Sen- ate banking committee to gear for assent for the federal gov- ernment national farm prod- ucts marketing bill. His delivery at each point was deliberate and the crux of the material didn't vary from the theme letting the con- stituents know what went on during the longest session of parliament, which has just end- ed. He peppered the crowd wHh statistics, blessing the Cana- dian economy to a core of fanners hard-pressed to find validity in their bank accounts. Much of the questioning led the group to discussions of fi- nal payments, quotas and mar- keting of grains and other farm commodiu'es. He told the meeting of fee 21 per cent increase m net farm income, the increased market- ing of record supplies of grain, and forecast a rosy year, (spe- cially for barley stocks. He mentioned a S600 million return to producers in the dairy bdustry ia 1971. They were in a position for the first time of not having to compete against large world sur- pluses and low market prices. He mid the beef sector was also healthy, but forecast pos- aible dangers, not from over production, but from the prod- uct outpricing itself on the market. He expressed hope that the prices for beef would level off so the industry doesn't lose customers. touched nghUy on the marketing of grain and the problems with potatoes and tender vegetables. The sugar industry had had a slight downturn in product quantity tfae past three years. Nikka Yuko garden expansion may be undertaken next year The Nikka Yuko Centennial Garden may undergo possible expansion or revision next year following the completion of a planning study currently being conducted. The information was disclosed at the annual meeting of the Lethbridge and District Japa- nese Garden Society Wednes- day. A. W. Shackleford, president of the garden society, noted in SMILEY'S PLUMBING IASIMINT IATHROOMS REMODIUINO Phone 328-2176 his annual report that the num. her of tourists visiting the Ja- panese Gardens has increased by almost to This compared with visitors the previous year. Tourists, the majority ol which were from out-of-prov Ince, increased 1971 gate re- ceipts to from it 1970, he said. As a result of the increased number of tourists and gate re- ceipts, and cut in costs, pro- fits almost doubled from to this year. The society's board of direc- tors was re-elected to another three-yesr term of office. Re-elected were John Mc- Coll, W. E. Ruckvale and Dr. R. Hlronaka. A PANEL DISCUSSION ON "CANADIAN TAX REFORM" BILL C-259 PRESENTED IT THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS OF ALftERTA under HM iMpkn of THE irotMIDOE AND DISKICT CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS ASSN. and THE LfTHUIDOE CHAMIER Of COMMERCE SESSION 1 WED., JANUARY 19, 1972 (ERICKSEN'S FAMILY RESTAURANT) NO HOST RECEPTION F.M. 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