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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 25, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IFIHBRIDGE HcRALVJ Thundery. January :5, 1973 A review Concert scries duo filb Theatre to severs! i-hyth-pic irstabil'- tit-. ard the Irck a wai-nun 11 tr.e line 01 :a_--s in A major The moveniert could slower, as :t tenpo tr.e quavers :erd to ;o list, as boil- to ire tone prised. The andante --as a hit ,n finale scurried thcugh by n'sittrtv mc-re cct maintain the piaurily. Having this ticn. This reviewer add tfcst the 'er- lar.ces J-.-i ably hope The nex: the Brahms Scr.ra in A On a tecr-dcal level. '-hi -er formarce very ppoiriig. The a-ir.5 iess thai unanimous ir. their secccd over tempo. Mr. was thirj. arc much ir There were ntary the e.Tscr. c-" ro'e was cirfictil" tn es- pecially tr. the rir.-ics'o ?sc- troc. The ;-j tic-rid winding lines. erged a shade hard. arc the vivace was posiuvely funereal. was not the -05- aii'ec-irs :_-.- terpretailc-n of s. due lure i-n. t-v :irs: ard rejrrsir.T. ur-- erfecriveiy d-'r.e. a> 50 rfrer. Cre violin- :y: ;QO io1. on this lure azd doing tho 'vrSDsC'ive c: cour.t cf tre rhe fir.ale u-as cf brillianc c ;r.i; vd'r r-er: ar.d cor.- i must 10 having night's recdl-g intcsrirv to SIHAVI.NjKY highiight of ihe ir.g '.vas oi Sravbsiv's Siie It within or.cs or Ir.trtxuction iha; th-? ir.ter- o r o t ej 5 of s jr.d anirr.a- ci th.5 r-erforrjszre '.ras r-.cs: mfec'-i.'as. Er.d li'eraL- iKtp-. aiong vrith its here, frcm the. niched accctin: of the .'lit Tarar. ells. A free nl be- fingertip Th_? work made extreme -errand; ir terms cf -Q facile comment to ;av night's per- formance was nla-. ed with Producers need organized front, hearings told Early beaver '-e wcrm '-rs faolsd frcm hcd contribuieo' his bil to tooth sculpturing. If ihe wea- beov-.'s info spring 15 he.'e. A gnawed fherrran 5 forecasf Is correct, however, bsaver will have disccversa by Herald photo- to waif awhile before gnawing again. sr Waiter Ke-cer after an arlisfic becver Mail thief pleads guilty QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETSICH CeH.fied M2ci.o-ic Capitol PHONE DIK livestock record bridge 5'.ockyarcls or-d Hancock was A yo-'.h had earlier placed not guii" to a chaj-je oi nai; chazged his piea to it pro-, tti dai ctun Wed- nesday, ar.d '.raj gtver. a slx- mcztn extension on a susper.dec Ar-cre A Ker.r-eth 5rrargslo. oi Kidcat; Cc-jrt. had received a sentence on charge in arid azoti-cr cf St. 3 X.. v.-ere ed Dec. 15 after cir." po'uee re- cef.'c-d a call from a resident that a ntaii bos had bess tip- ped over. Cor.tenU of the bos sere 5 given s r.'..> million in 1577. ari ail-time rec- year suspended sentence Jan. driving an i'j. Ke had pleaded roiiry to :he ouerjce. George Riissell Bauzh. K. of No. 1421 Ash.ETCve'Rc.. filed a total cf KS5 after he r-ieac'ed to five charges, irxv-ioang impair- ed driving while an unregistered motor veiticle. driving an uninsured motor vehicle. being in il- Isgai possession of iiqucr ia a motor vehicle. OD the impaired charge, he received a NO ,'ine. thrc-a rr.ctths probj-iot; ordering him to talve the driving co-jrse for' impaired drivers, and a ntotTLh suspecsior. c: his licence.' The COTTt told tha: .13 on "Jte breatialy- zer. He was fioed S1CO lor cr.ving T.tile suspeoied. SiM for drlv- ing an uninsured car, 510 for unregistered car.' azd S25 for illegal possession of' iquor. Baugh's iictr.cs had: teen originally suspended for driving Tnthout due caie and alien uion. Battxh was charged afier an accident Jan. 14 at the corner of Mavor Macraih Drive and IC-th Ave. S. Ke had atiemptec a ieIE turn onto Parkside Drive when his car was b collision v.ntb an- other vehicle. Damaee esti- mated at e.3M. Baugh was given one moritii to pay the fines j A Szavely v.-ornan. Alice vsf remanded without p'-ea to Feb. on five charges cf false pretences, and one c-arge of staying in the Leth- bridge Hotel vathdr; From Dec. 6 to Deo. 21. i'lrs. Zlds is alleged to hare re- ceived goods or cash from five different businesses for a total cf abou; S770. Apartinente. 94-unit niotel approved Two worth a total oi sboMt H million have been approved by the Munici- pal Planning Commission. Northaita Holdings Ltd. of Edmonton, who applied for permission to build a W-unit motel at 2210 7th Ave. S will bean constru-ction in March. The SL3 millioa project, call- ed Lodge Metal, is scheduled for complett'oa in August. Construction will also start this spring on a nine-storey, suite acarur.c-nt b'jilding at 2o6 Mayor Drive. Tr.e estimated cost of the building is. Sertember is the scheduled completion date. By niC SWIHART Herald Staff IVrilcr TABER Vegetable pro- dticei-s V.'ednesday called for an organized front to get a better deal for their crops. Seven producers told the last of four public hearings spon- sored by the Alberta Agricul- tural Products .Marketing Coun- cil that the control of Ihe veg-e- iabb ir.dtiitry must be kept in tho hands of producers v.ith re- stricted government controls only where needed to assure producer protection. The hearings, at Peace River Jfn Ifi. Edmonton Jen. 19. Brooks 23 and here were designed to examine the prcb- !ems and potential of the prov- inces vegetable growing- indus- try, according to Clarke Fer- ries, chairman of ths council. Ed Shimbashi. representing Shimbashi Farms Lid. and Dia- mond S Produce Ltd. o[ Bam- well, told the seven-man coun- cil that the vegetable industry is now competing in iilerDa- Ucpal markets which reqiu're a close knit body in Albena if this province is to compete ef- fectively. Ke suggested both the Alber- ta Potato Commission and the Alberta Fresh Vegetable Cora- nv'ssion should be given more p-owpr to sei prices to protect provincial producers. Both these groups should work close- ly together. Mr. Shimbashi called [or Ca- nactan tariffs to control the im- po-iauon of vegetables from other countries, but only if it is needed. Mr. Shimbashi. representing the Taber-Bow Islard Potato Grotvers .Association in anoth- er brief told council proper communication from producer tr.rough to consumer is vital for adequate understanchng. Mr. Shimbashi called for reg- istered grading stations for all vegetables produced the prorjice. He said these were tieoded to get quality produce rf uniform grade on the mar- ket. Pointing to the increasing void of labor available for vegetable production. M Shimbashi said there shotz-d be a movement of labor promoted into Alberta. He said these should preferably be family f units to work on farms. E. E. (Butch) OTtotmell, a grower from Vauxhall. said vegetable producers must or- ganize in order to compete with t ether segments of society are effectively organized. He said producers must have the controls in the poialo in- du5try but only those which will provide a viable and profitable enterprise. He didn't advocate the amal- gamation of different commod- ity groups, disasreeing with a proposal oi the National Farm- ers Union. "Here are too many differ- ences in production and sales methods which would eventual- ly lead to dissention among pro- ducers." he said. He said added powers for the Alberta Potato Commission would create an ides! situation and he suggested widening these powers rather than cre- a marketing board for po- tatoes. He said the stigma of mar- keting boards sometimes cre- ates poor relations through all segments of an industry. He told the 50 persons at the he.'ring (hat Bil! C-176 under its present termirology is of very iitt'e value to Uw vegetable in- dustry. Unless imported prod- uct. sets the price for vegetables in Canada, is con- trolled there is DO value In a national marketing board. C-176 is enabling legislation designed to allow fba formation of a naticnal marketing board fcr any commodity if the ma- jority of producers agree to it. Hand in hand with this vras his request that Canada pro- tect growers here by import re- strirtions or tariffs. David Willms. a producer Bow Island, even further calling for stability for the vegetable processing vege- table producers through collec- tive bargaining. He said this would permit a favorable climate for to gain the confidence in the fu- tttre of growing and marketing vegetables. It would also allow r.'anning on a long-term basis. He said an elected marketing bcr-rd. tailored ID meet the needs of orderly and stable pro- duction of all vegetables, is the logical answer. New 26" color consoles from Panasonic give you the morie-screen look! tht biggest coicrTV Panasonic has ever made...with a picture so big, so bright so cnsp. so steady, so truc-la-life, think it was a movie screen! The secret U in the Pana-Matra tube. colcr spot is surrounded by black for rna.'uninm contrast, mi-ornurn color purity. AFT and Self-Set Color jive instant color tuning. In two models: Medtierraneaa-style Seneca CT-262C (shown) in dark oai veneers, and the contemporary Brant CT-260C, in waiaui veneers. 'Alberta should flood the market'1 When Ben Hur and Qeopatra come into your don't want them to act off color. ant everyone you watch to thdr true colors. That's why all these new Pjr.isonic color TVs. have two tuninj One is called Padlock AFT. A single lories the set to the best possible picture. No more fiddling adjustments when you switch channels.The other button is a Panasonic exclusive called Self-Set Color. A touch on the SSC button automatically adjusts colcr and tint :o built-in factory standards. No more straggles with color and tint though they're there if jou to use them. F.'.cr.'onic color TV has srmeihin; gi'ir.g lor it. Read about some of them here...then visit your Pjnasrnic dealer. He can show Panasonic color in screen sizes from 13" to TTie Amandale-a coffipaa with great performance. Sr.ail zs it tr.ii Psr.i-Colc: his thii niirs ccl-r M pcaL Slide J. Pjr.i'Vxk AFT and Its si: decor A Th: The runu to vou in picture. L''j; r-.rir.frnnz Pj.-25or.ic. Th: scresr. unit t-iv :ls en 115 contrcl so the serein ca.i Me: slide controls. rbear. He said t're n-imr-er of grow- ers risked ai 4J4 Li 1W1 mth ir.s registered growers year He said there is rinualiv only one vegetable processor operat- Jig in Southern Icde- penderit processors which were ready markets fcr product have sold cut to national firms or have been closed down. "The slowing down of this in- dustry has been a blow to the already distressed position oi the economv." said Mr. "It has had a detrimental ef- fect or. the T.hole area, net only r-fcause oi reduced farm in- come, bin also the reduced la- bor at the plan; hurts the eco- nomy of '.be district." Ke said there be some ecmlitv o: freight rates fer product moving east and west. lie ?airl the 'marketing board is :.lso corcrr-.ed that the Al- ter... aoverrmert doesn I have a r--licy cf buvir.g Alberta fcr the government insii- He wc-ld like to see the b.iard maintain- ed as is but 't willing to listen to proposals change. "V.'e plan tD on: ar.d d: not want to Hi'-e Ti.- u? '-'-'e kno'-i1 wha: Lie he said. Hospital board executive, committees set for 1973 TTic Eait Hampfon-limiry In a srt. jo cabirid, conircls, crjr.r.c! .inJ AFT and Cclcr.Thc Eas: Panasonic9 lust slightly ahead ol our time. TOWN COUNTRY FURNITURE 542 13lh STREET N. PHONE 328-1 lil Panasonic FURNITURE LTD. 1254 3rd AVENUE S. PHONE 323-4133 Panasonic Panasonic ,lohn Moreiand of Wrer.tham elected chairman of the General and Atixil- i-.ry Hospital and N.irsing M'ome at s board meeting. Mr. Moreiand replaced Frank Russell, chairman for ihe past three years. Blame Tiacxer eleeled mnn. filling Mr. Moreland's prenous posiiion. Committee appointments ftrei Finance Jim Graham chairman. Members .ire Mr. Steve Slcrnko and Don LiBaron. Harming Mr. HusfOll .chairman. Members aro Mr. Graham. Stan Verlinden Bill Sttelton. Fniblic relations and liai- son Henrietta Halt, chair- man, ar.d Mr. Skelton. In other business, tentative financial statements subject to audit were presented by Andy Andreachuk, administra- lor 'for Ihe Lethbridge Munici- pal Hospital. Lcthbridge Auxil- i.i.-y Hospital and Southland Nursing Home. Total operating deJidta for the three institutions amounted lo last year. However, !hey represented a budget sur- plus J195.WO. .-inco the boartl budceicd (or larger de- licit a! the beginiuig ol 1972. ;