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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 4 THE LETHBR1DGE HERALD 170 hea By RIC SWIIIART Staff Writer FORT MACLEOD Local ind out-of-town buyers kept the uictioneers busy at the 1971 ?ort Macleod Little Royal Show uid Sale with 170 head of steers ind heifers selling for Sven Ericksen of Saturday, July 10, 1971 d bring for the fifth year in a row. oaid the highest price for the top three animals in the market steer class. He paid per hundred for the top animal, pounds, for second place and for third place, for similar weight animals. Don Snyder of Carstairs the grand champion colors with an animal that sold for a hundredweight. Mr. Snyder won the Sicks Brewery Trophy and a cheque from Mrs. Artith Malmbcrg of Lethbridge representing the Alberta Charolais Association, Dianne Siringam of Miik Biv-er won the reserve champion at Littl award and from the Canadian Hereford Association. i Kim Hanson of Birdseye Ranch at Mountain View won third place. In the heifer class 1 tion, R. H. Benett of the Shod- j erre Ranch of Pincher Creek won the grand champion ban- 1 ner, with Glen Aim of Bar Royal lanch, Claresholm, taking the eserve champion colors. There were three lots of 12 leers with Wes Aim of the 3ar 15 Ranch winning the Fort tfacleod Chamber of Commerce 75 award for Die grand cham-lion banner. Asuchak Farms of Tort Macleod took the reserve -hampion with Ted Skene of Macleod taking third. Kenny Harold Smith of Bridge Feeders Ltd. of took the Swinarton lotel trophy and for the grand champion award for lots >f high steers. Evan Malmberg took the reserve champion with Wes Aim sinning third. In the lots of five heifers, ompetition, Fort Macleod Auc-ion won the Canadian Propane ?onslidated Ltd. award and or the grand champion group. Fort Macleod also won the reserve champion award with jee Farms of Granum taking uhird. Show Judge Ed Noad of Fort Macleod indicared this to be an excellent group of animals vith the winning animals show-ng thickness in the important areas and length of fire for fleeing c from fires l A new document on the city t hall bulletin board, purportedly issued by the fire inspector, gives instructions on what to do in case of fire. It reads: "In case of fire, simply flee the building with the same reckless abandon that occurs at quitting time every night." Usually reliable city hall workers negotiate Western Canadian Seed Pro- The union local represents essors Ltd. and Canadian Food "jurat 115 workers at the seed nd Allied Workers union, Lo- 1202, resumed coma-act nc- Friday INSURANCE Union officials refused to _ ...niiiTV omment on the progress of the 9 LIMBILIIT alks. BONDS A strike vote lad been sched- AUTO lied for last week, but was jostponed by the board of in- 9 FIRE lustrial relations because of nnrriTrn AfEUflCC 'technical legal 1 tK AUtNUC) The union recently rejected a FCTinncifpn 1511 award of 98 cents >er hour over three years, on 327., New f aci The Lethbridge Community College has appointed a number of new faculty for the 1971-972 school year, several to key )rograrn positions. Curt Smith, 53, who has spent many years in the hotel and ravel business will take over he hotel motel management >rogram LCC is starting this all. Mr. Smith holds a degree in hotel administration and is now vorking in further studies in hotel engineering. He owned and operated his own hotel at WetasWwin, Alta. or 15 years, at the same time operating a travel agency. He moved from the hotel to a Canadian government post-ng as superintendent of Elk Island National Park. From 958 to 1965 he was with the Alberta government as direc-or of the fish and wildlife division of the department of lands and forests. He then moved to the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology in Edmonton as head of the dietary technology department, and head of NAIT's food services operations. Ian Mandin, who worked appo several years in Lethbridge for CHEC Radio has been appointed in charge of the LCC radio arts program. Mr. Mandin holds a degree in communications arts from Brigharn Young Univers i t y, where he is now working towards a master's degree. He has worked for a number of prairie radio stations and most recently has been production director at CFKN Television in Edmonton. Another appointment, announced previously, was for sums the position before the end of July. Mr. Colledge, formerly news director at CJLH Television, has for the past few years worked in Edmonton television and has recently been in charge of public affairs for the Sunwapta Broadcasting Company there. Charles Burke, from Cole-ntan, has been appointed to the college business administration department. He holds a master's degree from Adams State College in Colorado, in business administration. He has worked in department store management and has been a Taber school teacher and Crowsnest Pass school vice-principal. Matt Schebel, from Medicine Hat and William Johnson, from Lethbridge have been appointed to the LCC counselling department, bringing the guidance office staff to four full time persons. Fiori D' Andrea has been appointed co ordinator of at LCC visual aids at the college, and comes from Prince George. Ames Smith, from Alton, Iowa has been appointed assistant librarian and Lorna Lu- bitz, of Pinawa, Manitoba, as library pinned up by someone rather than the fire fa T0 SYMBOLIZE FOND MEMORY wisely the honor your loved ones. We will be pleased to assist you. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL AND TILE WORKS LTD. "We hav- been Satisfying Customer! for Over 60 Years" 325 8th St. S., lethbridgt Phone SEWERS The City of Lethbridge has an contract with a private firm to clear blocked sewers. The service is free to citizens whose sewers are blocked between the house and the sewer seats available The deadline for application for seats on the Travel Canada bus leaving for eastern Canada July 20 approaches, and seats are stUl available at per person. The tour, lasting 30 days until Aug. 18 is open to all persons 18 to 24, male and.female, and will visit 12 Canadian cities for the all inclusive fee. All the traveller has to provide in addition is a sleeping bag, clothing and a bit of pocket money. Accommodations will be in hostels, church basements and similar places, and three substantial meals a day will be provided. The Travel Canada project is being operated with financial assistance from the federal government. The buses are all new, and each will have a trained counsellor along to discuss the various sights and assist with all organization Further information is available from the Travel Canada Lethbridge office in the Lethbridge Community College student council rooms, or by telephoning information officer LCC's first. Gordon Colledge, formerly of Lethbridge will group plans trip The Lethbridge Natural Society plans a field trip to the Porcupine Hills Sunday, starting at 9 a.m. Members and everyone else nterested in taking part may meet at the Mayof Magrath Drive and 16th Ave. S. Safeway parking lot before 9 o'clock, with sufficient food for an all-day trip. The main attraction in the trip will be flowers and other plants now in bloom. The society also plans a fielc irip Aug. 15 to the Pinhora Range area south of Manyber-ries, to be held jointly with the Alberta Wilderness Association Lethbridge pool delegates elected Three candidates are contesting the delegate's office for Alberta Wheat Pool sub-district 102 in southern Alberta. Incumbent Fred Morris of Warner is opposed by Wallace Hummel of Milk River and Robert S. Huddlestone of Warner. Balloting is being carried out over the next few weeks. Southern Alberta delegates, re-elected by acclamation include: George T. Dudley, Mag-rath, sub-district 104; Kenneth Williams, Taber, 106; Arthur H. Binder, Turin, 108; James J. O'Neil, Claresholm, 202; C. J. Versluys, Champion, VALERIA L NOW OPEN in their new location at 812 4th Avenue S. from Enerson'i Downtown Showroom) Phone 328-1673, 378-1332 FOR THE IARGEST APPLIANCE DISPLAY IN SOUTHERN Robin concludes sabbatical Keith Robin, director of the Lethbridge Community College school of continuing education, has returned from a sabbatical leave and resumed his position. Dale Heyland, who had been acting director of the school now takes a new posting as acting director of the college personnel department, while its director, Gower Kennedy is on sabbatical 7 MARTEN RAY MUELLER, a recent graduate with honors in Gas Technology, Northern Alberta nstitute of Technology. He Is thu son of Mr, and Mrs. ?ay of the city and is oresently employed by the Hud-ion Bay Gas and Oil Company al Edson. at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Miss Valeria L. Chicta of Lethbridge was awarded a Bachelor of Arts, honours, degree in Romance Languages, Magna Cum Laude. Also, she was awarded a scholarship for graduate studies at the University of Perugia, Italy. Miss Chiste Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Chiste of 1647 Scenic Heights, AWAY Suspects in criminal cases in Lethbridge have been located as far away as Bombay, NURSING HOME Anyone interested in a weekly singsong with the folks pleose phone 328-6655 or 1 1 Music exams results The Royal Conservatory Music of Toronto has announced the names of successful candidates in conservatory music theory examinations held in Lethbridge. The names are arranged In order of merit with "and" signifying equal marks. ARCT PIANO WRITTEN Honors- Kathrvn-Anne Erdman. ORADE S THEORY HARMONY Pass: David Edgarj COUNTERPOINT Pass: Allyn Mills. HISTORY Pass: Joanne Pritchard. FORM Pass: Linda Holt; Kalhryn-r mRn.OB 4 THEORY HARMONY AND HISTORY Pass: Patricia Skellon; Linda A. Taylor. HARMONY Honors: Esther Dick. Pass: Joy Hoyano; Navee J. Herbst. COUNTERPOINT Pass: Gay Take-da; David W. Edgar. HISTORY Pass: Irene Klassen; Trevor Bennett and Carol Fekete 6RADE 3 THEORY HARMONY First class honors: EH. zebeth Cornock. Honors: Helen Blum-el; Helen R. Friesen. Pass: Marilyn Woodward; Dean Russel; Teresa trn-ard; Virginia Watson; Michelle LeBa-ron; Edwin Gnandt and Harvey Wake HISTORY First class honors: Snow; Linda Carter; Shery Pauls. Honors: Patricia Ewing; Chery. Russel; Ronald Smith; SUGGESTION "A tormented mankind stands uncertainly poised between world catastrophe and a Golden Age." Bewildering questions must have been raised when the late Sir Winston Churchill uttered these words in the British House of Commons at the time of th; accession of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. The itatement could hardly be questioned, for it truly reflects the sartling sate of he world today. The whole of humanity may be destroyed by the mere pressing of a burton in an unguarded moment, if trot deliberately. In these dayi of turmoil has it been simply the influence of evil and scheming people who purposely discontent, then exploit to their advantage every exploitable situation? Wars, unbroken poverty, prejudice, racial unrest, campus unrest, world unrest, terrorism, murder, pillage, insurrection, pollution of mind through drugs, obscenity and permissive mora ity. The present conditions are not entirely new, bu rather inensified, in what appears to be a powerrfu ond sustained effort by evi influences to dominate the world. WHAT DID OUR GOD TELL US TO DO? "And it shall come to paw, if thou shalt hearken dilligently unto the voice of he lord thy God, observe and to do all His commandments which 1 command thee "All these blessings shall come on thee, and overtake thee, if thou shalt hearken unto the voice of he Lord thy God. "Blessed shalt thou be in the city and in the field the fruit of thy body, the fruit of thy ground thy cattle thy kine and thy flock. Blessed shall be thy basket and thy store." (Deut. "But it shall come to pass, if thou wilt not hearken unto the voice of the lord thy God, to observe to do all His commandments and His statutes which 1 command thee this day; that oil these curses shall come upon thee, and overtake thee: "Cursed shalt thou be in the city the field thy basket and thy store the fruit of thy body thy land, the increase of thy kine, and thy flocks. Cursed shalt thou be when thou com-est in, and cursed shalt thou be when thou goes) out (Deut. 28: We do not keep the Sabbath Day holy. We have done away with capital punishment so that murderers get off with light sentences. Let us try God's way. We have tried everything else and have failed. God said: "Thou sholt therefore obey the voice of the lord thy God and do His commandments, and His Statutes which 1 command thee this day." (Devt. When the affairs of man are in chaos and there is no apparent way out, then it is time to turn to God and His Word for guidance! WHAT DID OUR GOD TELL US? "The law of he lord is perfect, converting the soul: the testimony of the lord Is sure, making wise the simple. The statutes of the Lord are right, rejoicing the heart: the commandment of the lord is pure, enlightening the eyes. The fear of the lord is clean, enduring for ever; the judgments of the Lord are true and righteous altogether." (Psalm LET US THEREFORE TURN BACK TO GOD, KEEP HIS LAWS AND REPENT OF OUR SINS, AND WE SHALL BE BLESSED. A CONCERNED GROUP Box 6801, Postal Station 'D' Calgary 3, LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY CONDENSED BALANi AS AT DECEMBER 3 ASSETS Cash CHEST IE SHEET 1, 1970 544.90 Investments (at Market Short Term Bank deposit receipts Other bonds Pledges Receivable (1969 and Sundry LIABILITIES AND SURPLL Provision for Estimated Operating Costs 1971 Provision for 1971 Surplus CONDENSED SURPLUS STATEMENT FOR THE YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 1970 Surplus Balance January 1, 1970 501.51 Adjustment of prior years 586.26 Increase in market va ue of bonds Rosalind Bell. GRADE 2 RUDIMENTS First class honors: Lydia Relle r; Mary Goslln and Teresa Llnllski, and Frank Smerek; Frances Pcta; Be h Cornish and Sherlll Doyle and Pau a Steed and Sandra Teterls; William Currie and Margaret Francis; Arvella Jensen and Kornella Naundorf Less purchase of typewriter Estimated excess of allocations over receipts '70 Campaign Surplus Balance December 31, 1970 CONDENSED STATEMENT OF 1970 CM AND ESTIMATED EXPEN 1970 Campaign Proceeds Strlngham; Shelley Vurt; Janice Hamilton and Elizabeth Johnston and Brenda Noble and Susan Siemens; Jo Anne Christie, and Lorra ne Toews; Edward Dick and Kathy Morris and Wendy Sera and Linda Sm th and Christine Soenen; Wendy Anderson and Margaret Reimer; Sandra Seely; Laverne Gllchrlst; Judith Jau-sauer and Faith Takeda; Betty Pen. Phyllis Terraklla; Eleanor Rclmer; Sally Harker and Janice Krall; Lorna Slovak; Bruce Qual and Marilyn Winkier; Margaret Horvath end Kent Francis and Sandra-Lynne Quail. Pass: Parlcla Hyrnklw GRADE 1 RUDIMENTS First class honors: Beverly Hranac; Ruth Born; Nancy Hodge; Sandra Va-selenak and Susan Wilson; Joan Roll-Ingson and Debbie Vaselenak; Teresa Traber; Rosanne Slemko; Ralph Bey. en Karln Barq; Corrine Bogusky and Catherine Mayled; Donna Gllmsdale and Kathryn Lindsay. Honors: Diane Keeler; Richard Harris; Cathy Take-da; Gary Dogterom. Pass: Thomas Knight; Faye Olson. First class honors: Ellownv Morgan; Gordon Ens and Jeanette Gibbons and Janet Papworth and Vera Romanluk: Heather Rae; Betty Blggers and Joan Nlcoll; Nancy Foster; Donna Gibbons and Vana Leonard and Dana Pyke; Joanne Juris; Cindy Gleb and Tracy Cooler and David Jordan; Anns Boul-ton; Wendy Trockstad. Honors: Caro-vn Hunlnoer; Brenda Brenda Pedersen; Susan Boras; Shelley Fes-ttr and Wendy Vlvyurka; Ellrabeth Llsowikt. Pais: Carolyn Nalden Lorraine Boras; Cindy REVENUE ;ES Pledges Deduct: Campaign costs 197( Estimated operating Salaries and overhec 1971i d Provision for cancellations Interest Earned on Investments: (Estimated 1971) Allocations to Agencie Estimated Excess of Al Expenses over Receip Since approximately included in this f These are cc financial statemer Community and Is 31, 1970, additional collections of 100.00 have been realized and are not indensed statements. The detailed audited its may be examined at the Lethbridge office, 1120 Ave. S., Lethbridge, AUCTION COMING TO IETHBRIDGE SEE OUR AD ON PAQI ;