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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Conservatory music results Tho following Ss a list of sue-1 ccssful Letlibridgc candidates in examinations held by the Royal' Conservatory of Music Tor- onto: PERFORMER Honors-War! Bergson TEACHER Muriel R. Gtnlln, Joan L. Baumbach Kaihryn A. Ej-d- rnan Conditioned In Viva Voce (B) Ap- plied Pedagogy antl Technical Re- Anne GRADE 10 PIANO Flrit Class Honcrs Robtrt D. Russell Honors Failh Harms; Lsurle M. Klnnlburqh, Gay K. Takeda (equal) Prall GRADE 9 PIANO Flrsr Clais Honors Glenda L, Honors' Patricia McDonald; Eliz- abeth Cornock GRADE E PIANO Honori L- Michelle Ue Baronr Lorna J. Slovak Winstan Jones; Yl GRADE 7 PIANO Honors DC bra D. Mann, Susan L. Siemens Robert C. Tagg, Sandra M. Vasclenak Denise Elun-.ell; Rofccrfa L. Harrison Pass Sheryl Loesven; Pauline Wil- liams Paula Stood GRADE 6 PIANO First Class Honors Heather Klas- lenj Marian Parkinson Honors Teresa G. Mulgrew; Vers Romaniuk; Rita Proehl; Beverley A, Hranac, Myrna L-. Reid, Wendy Trock- si ad (equal) PASS Scan W. Goodwlnr Kathy Courlr Marilyn Hildebrand; Calherli Chrrka, Blaine Engel (equal) CRADE 5 PIANO First Class Honors Isaac J. Honors shauna L, Swansoni Nan- cy Carnlne; Charlene Dar- lene Hawley Patricia Patch- Mark A. Albrechl, Fc1- lig Wendy k- Vivyurka; Leah Brown; Natalie N. Gehrn Pass Brenda J. Logan GRADE 4 PIANO First Class Honors--Cecilia Ma Ik as Honors Vana Leonard; Nadlne Lowry; Paula K. Gallup, Scotl Snow Noel Palion; Debbie Csn- nady, Tracy D. Goofer; Paddy F. Al- len, Carmen McKenzie Julfa Hartley, Joyce Melnyk, Penny Meyer- hoffei-, Pamela Olsen (equal) Pass Lisa A. Atkinson; Catherine A. Murray; Kenneth A- Lewis; Linda Murakami; Diane GRADE 3 PIANO First Class Honors Marl G. ley; Maxwell Glrvart; Shauna Bul- lock, Leah Kounosu, Pearl R. Loewen, Mary Long (equal) Honors Margol J. Graham, Ron- ald Peterson Valerie Laid- Katharine L- Wadtfell; Joanne Donkersgtwd, Shannon A. McKee, Jac- queline G. Nelson, Maxine Orrutt Detira Ibukl; Darla Lybbert, Karoline Phlllpp Cynthia Dyck Pa.s _ Henrietta Dankersgoed, Syl- via Oofikersgoed (equat) GRADE 2 PIANO First Class Olanna Ja- cobs, Susan Kolpak, Joanne L. Oddie, Gordon Tail, Tamara J. Tagg (equal) Honors Gins Florfno, Julie O. Harris, Diana Kolpak, Ml ml Smlenk, Sruce Tail, Carolyn A. Westwood, Amber Phllifv Nowik, Sharon S e k 1 y a, Frances Slcv (tqualj; Anne F. Craiggs, Scoll .lensen, Peter Pankonln, Alexander Thomson Carolyn R. Ber- qen, Paulette F. Huher Mar- You owe it to yourself to try this new pipe! This t o p grade, London- made briar pipe incorporates an entirely new smoking principle that com- pletely eliminates break-' ing-in. Tars, sludge, bite, and bitterness never reach your mouth. When you switch to a Carey pipe, you get cleaner, cooler, sweeter, tastier, moisture-free, thoroughly enjoyable smoking. Just send me your name and address for details of my FREE TRIAL OFFER which give: you a Carey pipe to smoke on a test basis for a whole month. You'll a selection of eight handsome styles to choose from. E. A. CAREY, Dept. 08 16 Duncan Sf. Toronto 28, Ontario Save our guaranteed It's hard to save. And if your savings aren't making you the maximum return, you could actually be losing. Find out about Royal Trust's 5 Year Guaranteed Investment Receipts. They earn TA% annual income. Guaranteed. Call or see us. Guaranteed Investment Receipts. RoxalTrust 740 4th Ave. South, Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 328-5516 Salurday, MortS 11, 1972 THt lETHBRIDGB HtKAlD 9 Letters, telegrams pouring into Ottawa :t Donkersgoed, Brenda L. Tullle Paul Da reel; Heal her M. loylcr Norlne L. Nelson, Pass Shelly Pefers; 0111 M, GRADE 1 PIANO First Class Honors Diane Grot- fnger, Oltvo J. Rollins Dan- y Ponlavic, Zyla Wenlz (equal) Honors AAnrlha Dralftrv, Tovl Kalherjne Nletiaus, Den951 Ford truck with beet box and good molor 1 1948 Cliev. 2 ton truck wilh beet box CMC half ton truck BEET EQUIPMENT No. 23 2 row beet harvester wirh o row finder; 2 row beer topper and whipperj Deere 8 row intorporator with Melton precision planter, like newj 1 8 row flexible beet cuhivalor with 3 point hitch, In fjood condition; 1 loader and hopperj 1 ff. ern beet land packer. SPRINKLER SYSTEM mite sprinkler sysfem wilh 22 6" main pipe, pump and some extra laterals. pipe trailers dams ond lyphons) MACHINERY 1-IHC 12 ft. double disc on transports; 1-IHC 14 ft. hoe drill, 5 years old; 12 ft. fertilizer spreader; 1 48 ft. folding harrow hitch [could1 be used as a Avadex 12 ft. rod weecfer; 1-Eversman 10 ft, land leveller: 1--Kirchner 12 ft. land leveller; Deere 5 bottom plow; 3 bottom plow; 12 ft. blade; 1 post hole auger wilh 3 point hilch; 1 hyd. ditcher, dump rake; 12 ft, wide level with hyds.; Deero 16 ft, hyd. spring tooth harrowj drill filler with 12 ft. extension. GRAIN AND FERTILIZER BINS 2 bushel double comparlment grain bins 1 14 ton double compartment fertilizer bin, plywood con- struction. HARVEST AND FEEDLOT EQUIPMENT 1.....Ccckshutt model 428, 15 ft. SP combine; shutt 12 ft. PTO swather wilh rubber canvas; No. 14A mfxer feed grinder; ft. bale londer; grain augers wilh h.p. motor; groin auger with h.p. motor; Mnlco 41'x6" gram auger; 1 gram auger; 1 10" roller with unloading auger. HOUSE TRAILER AND BOAT house trailer, consisting of 1 bedrooms, kitchen, front room, bathroom and on tandem oxles. 1-- 1 2 il. boat with Ev in rude mo lor. STORAGE TANKS 1 1000 gal. wafer tank 1 2500 gal, porloble fuel tank wilh 1 quort stroke pump ond 2 baffle plates ins Mo for transports gof. stovo oil tank gol, slave oil tank SHOP TOOLS AND MISCELLANEOUS table; chains, electrical wire, Ava- dex and1 oihcr chemicals (protected -from scale; rams; duty hoist frume for lift- ing large tractors, elc.j 1 well water pump; stoves, and B.T.U.j Lobor house fridge, chcsler- Field, cook stove, table, chairs, etc.; Ib, propana tanks; 1 25 Ib. propane tank, grease guns, jerry cans, field marker, flexihopper, table vise, electric power ft, tow cable, hycf. [ocVsj pumpx The description as to condition or olherwiio as set forth on each item is merely a guide and it m no way a warranty or guarantee, actual or implied. Neither tho auctioneer or The owner are responsible for any erron in description or condition, SALE CONDUCTED BY PERLICH BROS. AUCTION MARKET LTD. Box 1057f Ulhbridge Office Phone 328-3951 AUCTIONEERS JOE PERIICH ED TORSHER TONY PERLICH License 285 License 793 License 138 328-9772 Phone 545-6452 Phone 328-3951 lelhbridgo, Alta, Bow Island, Alia. Lethbridge, Alia. mo to P ployed 5 persons. He says he and his brother i Fcro successful in business bc- ause of bard work, the typi- al prairie resident's inborn oiowledgc of the value of a dol- ar and because he was able to perale in a part of Canada tlie pliilosophy that very individual has a right to articipate in the free enter- risc system slill holds. Not un- expected, he seriously ques- ions wlwthcr the federal gov- rnnient believes in any of lieso things. With photographs of Queen Diefenbaker, and Alberta remicr Pete r IjOii ghecd look- ng from the walls of his Tfice t he says Westerners are jecoming increasingly frus- trated by the Liberal govern- ment's lack of concern for their and problems. .ETTEHS POUR IN "I've never seen so many etlcrs and telegrams coming n. The government just hnsn't >een able to convince tJie West, specially the praiiies, that heir concerns are taken se- riously by Ottawa. Yea, they did announce a two-price sys- tem for wheat and n hog defi- ciency payment, but while hese help a little, they just don't help enough." One reason why the govern- ment lacks the confidence of he West, admits Mr. Mazan- cowski, is that its representa- tion from the region is poor. there Is strong reprcsen- :ation from British Columbia, .he government has only one from Saskatchewan, four Alberta and four from Manitoba. He figures they'I! have even fewer if they are re- lumed to power in the next fed- eral election. "I think it has been difficult Tor Liberal members from the West to impress on Mr. Tru- deau just how voters out there 'eel about issues. The prime minister has publicly ad- mitted he doesn' t understand the West. I think that is one of the few true statements he's ever made. "Ironically, I think that Otto g, minister of justice antl, minister in charge ol the wheat 1ms probably tried har- dest to explain the West lo Mr. Agriculture; Minister 3ud Olson seems to have tried o do the explain Mr, Trudeau to the West. That's not an easy says the Vcgre- ville MP. Basically, says Mr. Mazan- kowski, the Trudeau ration can't understand that Westerners like lo be indivi- duals. They like to do things 'or themselves; they don't want he government to be always deciding what's best for them. They like to have the chance establish their own business; .hey don't like repressive taxa- ;ion laws that kill incentive and prevent them from doing so. DOLLAR VALUE "They're amazed that almost half of the Gross National Pro- duct is collected by one level of government or another in the form of taxes. They work hard, tlicy do recognize the value of a dollar better than many people in the big Eastern cities, and they arc amazed at how the federal government, seems to spend huge sums of money tlieir money He says Westerners are be- ginning io feel some sympathy for Auditor-General Maxwell Henderson, who has been a se- vere critic of waste, Mr. Mazanko wski says in the auditor-general Westerners see a man who is prepared fo watch how their tax dollars are j .pent. Bui, he says, (he Tru- deau administration is trying to "strangle" Mr. Henderson by refusing to give bis department enough staff to do its job and subtle pressure that forces ?ood people in his department lo leave, Mr. Henderson's plight is not being lost on West- ern Canadians, he insists. CON'CEKN FOK PAKMEIl The MP' s m ain concern s lend to be for the farmer, the small businessman and the ru- ral community. He feels all You Can Help Yaur Child al Home to Succeed In Schooll Alt parents wont success 'or their Children. But good things happen accident. It taket sacrifice, and education. What your chrld learns fotfay will help determine whal he earns in the years ahegd. Contact your neares) World Book Childcraft representative. Write or phone district manager LEN ISAACSON 228 Corvclte Crcs. Lethbridge 328-32B3. government he suggests Peter Louyhccd's stunning victory in Alberta was three are being sadly neglec'cd by the federal government and due lo the provincial Progres- sive CoRscrvativo parly's rec- ognition of those three factors. Like Mr. Loughccd, he be- lieves encouragement must lie given to people and industries to decentralize into the smaller communities. He doesn't mean (hat one-horse town oil the prairies should have indus- trial plants employing a ICO parsons or more, but ix; docs feel Uiat plants giving employ- ment to five, ]0 and 20 persons are a reasonable objective. "There arc growing signs that many people are now at- tracted to the life-style of the family form and small niral community, and the drift to tho cities is now stabilizing. Show us- Show yourself, In the Canadian Armed Forces you'll have a real opportunity (or modern inlantty training in a man's world ol action among men. We're interested in you and Took after you. You'll gel experience and good pay. You'll enjoy the benefits of 30 days leave each year. As well as tho opportunity to see new places. The Military Career Courv seller will give you all the de- tarts on the your move. BRIDGE TOWN HOUSE MOTEL 12 Noon fo 8 Wednesday ond Thursday Mnrch 75 ond T6, 1972 THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES Where do you find an right inside Calgary? "inside Salt" There's a real test hole "inside Sail" because Sait takes a real approach to "learning by doing." In addition to field work, Sail backs up its qualified faculty of instructors with on-campus facilities that simulate modern career conditions. Not only in petroleum technology, but in such varied fields as sculpture, broadcasting, journalism, business, medical science, catering and in engineering technologies from aeronautical to land surveying. Are you career ready? A Sait career aptitude interview will help you make certain that you select the right program. For further information, DIAL CAREERS: 284-8413. SOUTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY April 14 April 15 12 noon- Gp.m. ;