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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IITHM1DGE HERALD Tut March 1971 Bad cheque warning by police Lethbridge city police today issued a warning to city chants and citiiens to be on the lookout for fraudulent The warning indicates local police almost every special bulletins regard ing stolen company stolen grain cheques and the illegal operations of cheque This year the mer businessman and the general public are more likely to be victimized by the bad paper artist than by any other form of criminal said the Fraudulent cheques usually fall into one of four including cheques that have been raised cheques altered to show an increased cheques that have been lost or stolen and cashed on a forged cheques drawn on nonexistent cheques drawn on existing accounts but which do not contain sufficient funds to cover the Police said all merchants should have the client endorse the cheque in his with address and phone They should ask for proper identification and be ware of a person who has been drinking or is from outofprov High school choir here Wednesday The High School Choir of will be featured at the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute Wednesday at In addition to presenting many choir various trio and group selections will be included in the pro Sponsored by the Christian Business Mens Committee of the choir is under the direction of Wilf Gaert instructor of science and mathematics at the high The Caronport High located on the campus of the Briercrest Bible is designed to meet the needs of students who wish to study in an atmosphere of Christian fel CARPET and LINO Complete Installations FrM Estimate No Obligation PHONE 3278578 CAPITOL FURNITURE Ths carpet House of the South JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT WEEK PROCLAIMED Todd president of the board of directors for Junior Achievement of Southern Barry Maruk and Orrie Gumming witness the signature of Mayor Andy Anderson proclaiming March 2127 os Junior Achievement Mayor Anderson said the community can benefit by having young people with training and knowledge in business and industry which is promoted by such an organization as Junior The mayor called on all citiiens to lend their support and cooperation in making this observance suc Icy conditions play lutvoc ivith motorists Accident total exceeds Fiddler On The Roof to be produced here Fiddler On The acclaimed by critics as one of the greatest musicals of all will be the Lethbridge Musical Theatre production this fall the first time the shows rights have been re leased to a Canadian LOT officials have been ne The shows Broadway ran Is now up to and will have surpassed all Hembroff returned theatre president City lawyer Vaughan Hem broff has been reelected presi dent of the LeShbridge Musical George Varzari was elected v i c epresident and business Ernie Lawson was elected Charlie Scott production Jack Warburton publicity manager and Bob Feston house man Another executive member will be elected from the cast of the LMT 1971 Fiddler On Tte when the cast is chosen in Producer and director of Fid dler win be Dick Leth bridge cultural affairs superin who has directed all of LMTs eight fall productions since the group started in The group has also an nounced establishment of a perpetual trophy and scholar ship for Junior Musical Thea tre at the Kiwanis Musical to be called the Stan MacDooald Memorial Trophy in memory of the longtime house manager and publicity manager of gotiating with the New York Broadway records by mid owners of Fiddler for more j becoming the longnt than two running show in It I opened in Fiddler has been staged In Canada but only by touring professional American road Auditions will be held ta but several workshops OB i the will be held prior to final decisions on the Scripts will be available to the 45member cast and rehearsals will begin in Ths cast will all be local it L1IT officials LMT productions are nor mally set for about two weeks in Songs from the show include If I Were A Rich Match and Sun and the story tells of a group of Jewish villagers in Russia at the turn of the harrassed as a mi nority group but still maintain ing their A movie version of Fiddler has been produced in Yugosla and will be released when the Broadway run of the show will be Ross a member of the groups executive since has been elected as LMTs first honorary life mem Pension sessions scheduled Meetings designed to answer queries on the Canada Pension ok age security and the guaranteed income will be held in southern Alberta this The meetings will be held at the Nanton town 10 until noon at the Claresholm town Thurs and at the Fort Macleod town of 9 More city news on page 19 Lethbridge may not have been the accident capital of Canada but it must have been close to the Snow and icy conditions made roads extremely slippery with the result that between eight oclock Monday morning and seven oclock last night police reported 15 traffic acci dents with damage estimated at There were four major acci At city police re sponded to a call to the hill area on Highway 3 west of Stanley Zwierzyn sky of the lone oc lost control of his late model car and struck a power Damage to the which was practically sliced in half when it struck the amounted to Zwierzyn sky was rushed to Michaels General Hospital and treated for a broken His condi tion this morning was satisfac See photo on page At vehicles driven by Ann 703 Staf ford and Robert 1613 17th collided at the intersection of llth Avenue and 5th Damage to the two cars was estimated at with Smith and her 8monthod taken to Michaels Hospital for exami They were later re Lang escaped in jury At four cars col lided at 6th and 10th Drivers were Effie 305 Resma Neils Kris toffersen of William 1004 6th and Ernest 807 14th There were no At 5 p Neil 914 3rd lost control of his car at 5th and Highway 3 His car slid into a power Damage was estimated at and he was not Rainier entries top classes at seed fair By STEVE BAREHAM Herald Agricultural Writer The grand champion award for cereal grains was awarded Central Furnace Air Conditioning Carrier Built To Last and have a beautiful summer the famous round one made onlv bv Carrier S Model Wai PLUS INTAUATION AUTHORIZED DEALERS FEDORS REFRIGERATION 2214 43rd Phone 3275816 3 SHEET METAL 1709 2nd Phone 3285973 and the potato grand aggregate award to Fujimoto and in judging announced today at fie an nual Lethbridge seed The seed fair is being held in conjunction with Agrorama in the Lethbndge Exhibition Pavilion March There were 235 entries at the fair this including the ce hay and silage and potato Judges were Jack Medicine cereals Bob and beans Tiebor Ot tawa pot atoes Alike H anna and Don hay and second and third place winners in the various cate gories were PEDIGRE5D CLASSES i Spring wheat Huddlestooe and Erling Roy Winter whaet Terra Card lon end Erlmg Oson Durum Gordon Spnnq Huddlestonf and Fred Lethbridge Tworow barley Art Kaai Ken Milk T Bow island Sixrow barley Art Hioratri Milk Ken Cardstcn Flax George Mehalko L Dobry and Art Foremost Grass Seed S c n e b 5 first and Ed Wren t ham OPEN CLASSES Hard spring what Stan Lethbridge K C Frank Fiefchpr PLr pie Sonngi Open Durum Russell TiPrh Gordon Spring jf fcranle Young Winter wheat Connie Leihbridge Oren Walter Lethbridge Oats Claytons Pure Seed Chris Bill Tworow barley Walter Don Ken Welsh Sixrow barley Fred Ken Val Fort Saskatch Malting barity Don Walter Willard Rye Harvey Art Hickey Field Corn Frank Young John Bow Fred Field Beans Frank Leth Mrs Granum Garden Beans first and Mi r ana lustard Frank Fred EASTER CRAZY HAT SPECIAL WIG WIG SPRAY AND WIG SHAMPOO FREE wfh he purchase of any MERLE NORMAN WIG 6 STYLES NUMEROUS SHADE5 MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC BOUTIQUE COLLEGE MALL 3281525 Home of the Pctunial H M a 11 e o H Cobits Rapeseed Connie Mrs Russell Greeno Stan Flax Chris Georgs Me Floyd Forage grass seed Julius Grande Dick Innis KneLong Legume seed Claytons Pure Seed Twogee Developments Soren Tilley Alfalfa Lawrence Peter Leth Murray crass and legume mix Peter G Iron P Schuld Silage G P Ircn Springs POTATOES Seed Netted Gems Bros Teresa Fuiimoto Norland Fuiimoto Bros TeVesa Chuck Coal stoclt Netted Gems Teresa Fuiimoto Ohama Table stoch Norland Fuiimoto 3CS Ohama Bros C Lcth CLASSES Spring Donald Cfllgary Lome Dale Letn Winter wheat Bernard Lyczej Bow Addison Lamer Leh Dale Hickey Oats Daie Don Drra d Hanion B n r I e y Don Lome Bernard Lyciewski Plax Don Gary Strain IDats the 1600 following a car with I A s A car wliierSyou want to Out in the Drive a Da Jetfeferyoneelse follow of rally wins as long as with the poke to put you Sp dont just un and Spring wheat Junior hlqh schMI dflses Junior McNally Letn Sedgewick Junior High Heres what you see from the insidet Youve got fantastic allround Plus a list of extras that dont cost extra Contoured bucket seats reclining in tourdoor sedan and J mtcd 3speed Collapsible safety steering harnesses and s padded A solid unit body construction for extra Allsi nchro 4onthefloor is 3spced automatic an optional Heres what you get on the outside Front disc Allindependent Smart m two four doors or a Heres what you see under the hood A 1600 96 hp 5mainbearing overhead camshaft engine that squeezes up to 35 miles from every gallon ol Dud barrel Heres where rou can see ifi At any of 250 Daisun dealers across Any one of them will be happy to arrange a testdm DATSUN1600 frort the moreforyourmoney car Toronto Hsffflx o j Honor roll Two southern Alberta stu dents arc on the honors list of State They Sheryl Clrreslmim presidents list viili minimum gradepoint and Rolwrt K Dephcr 1 of 3 3 minimum I gradepoint PRODUCT OF NISSAN FOREIGN CAR LETHBRIDGE Corner 3rd llth Street Phone 3273933 There are more than 1100 Datsun dealers across Canada and ;