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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 Wl IHHBRlDGt HERAID 1971 SMRID awaits word on funds and in addi St ManIrrigation Dis1 534 during trid continue to await final lion free of SdonTfederal grant for up all and mvestiga ul the district g was will have to that points stressed by the districts j chairman and board of direc tors at the annual meeting of the west block of the SMRID held in Coaldale which applied to the wa ter resources branch last year fo nmreased riparian water flows in the Oldman The application was made through the Oldman River Regional The meeting was tola that wn informed the annual Olson meeting of the Alberta Irriga tion Projects Association last year that several millions of dollars would be made avail able by the federal government for the improvement of irriga tion water distribution works in southern It is estimated that 000 will be needed to upgrade the various irrigation projects in the south during the next 10 Out of the is required by the west block of the SMRID and by the east and also for re pairs to the main In an operations cost shar ing the provincial g o v eminent contributed the meeting was is not one of a short age of so much as it is a pollution Head Start group seeks budget help The Lethbridge Head Siart program board Thursday voted to ask for a meeting April 13 will southern consultant for preventive so cial in an attempt to obtain a favorable decision on funding of the program for the needs and should not be com pared closely with programs in The board passed a motion that Finlay should be in formed of what has been done by the Head Start board and the preventive social service coming advisory commiitee and that Mr Finlay is scheduled to the board has done what it felt meet on that with the lowas expected of it and thai cal preventive social services full resignation would be ad advisory committee to outline we feel those agencies contributing to pollution should be responsible and when extra is turned into the sys they should be charged for the service similar to the charge levied against the irri gation The board decided to hold the line on irrigation water rates at per acre for the west block and per acre for the east The and last portion jof tte districts annual meet moved today to Bow Is land to meet with water users in the east BIG BOOM While the average homeowner is still in the technological dark messing around with step this crew has a more efficient method of trim ming tree Doug Dean of Edmonton rides along at the end of the keeping trees below the power The crew does work for Calgary Power and comes to the Lethbridge area about once in three In the the equipment is used for spraying trees and roadsides with Feedlot auctioning for Alberta Feedlot auctioning of believed to be the first of its kind in took place this week at Highway 52 Feeders near The sale started at 8 Wednesday and was over 20 minutes later rath 201 head being sold at some of the high 80 cent boost is major item dispute in wage cst prices paid in the province this Under the direction of Hurl burt Auction Service of Lethbridge and Fort top price was per hundred fur a pen of fat cattle owned by Mel Depue of All the animals were sold in pen lots and auctioneer Ken Hurlburt says that bidding was Buyers on hand were from Canada Cana dian Dressed Meats and Swift all of Lethbridge Alberta Western Bsef from Medicine Hat and Interconti nenlal Packers of Red An increase of 80 cents an spread over a twoyear is the major item in the conciliation commissioners recommendation in the wage dispute between Local Inter national Typographical and The Lethbridge The present rate is an Extension of several of the fringe benefits is also recom The recommendation repre sents an average annual in crease of per com pared with per cent last year for the printing and pub lishing industry in and per cent for all of and is well above the govern ment guidelines and the infla tion said H general manager of The Her in the inter ests of labor man agement is prepared to accept the be said Our membership will be re viewing the matter in the next few Charles president of the said Fri day I Hurlburt other feedlots in the Lethbridge region will soon be providing this service also After this veloped into one of the larges beef producing areas in Canada arid it wont be long befor there isnt even a close secom to Lethbridge and It doesnt mean that auctioi sales yards are going to go ou of Theyll be as bus as ever Feedlot selling b auction is just another servic that is being Its been done in Australi and many parts of Sout America for Hurlburt said that it1 important that livestockme remain on a free and ope Feedlot auctioning another step in strengthenin that We dont no do we want marketing board in the cattle Sales at Highway 52 Feeder will continup on a regul basis every Wednesday morn TAPE SMI Rtfutor C QE MUMCLAND permit for apartment A building permit has been taken cut by Ihe lo cal firm of Bickerton and Neu dorf for an apartment block on the ncrth side The block will be lo cated at 1137 7th St Local OTISK aim The Sound of Music By JIM of Captain George Erno as the Herald Staff offered his part great daughter in the and certainly looked great promise as a ca Maria Augusta Trapp Her singing have enjoyed Thursday evenings Winston Churchill major drawback was v at he is simply not a s e also has a tendency too needs some training to often tat she managed her ftencoy part School production of to sound as though he Rosenfelt worked hard Sound of his lines if he E 1 s a Cap It has some rough into his part he von Trapps fiancee before was generally much more discovered his love for timed and certainly Too often in high school the age of the cast gets in the but this ws seldom a problem in the Sound of Wendv in the leading role of Maria carried a considerable part of the with her bright her tening eyes and her quick RIC SWEHART Herald Staff York for tne macs minority as well as olher min With her lively mischievous antics she made a most against a whether it be black he said it is a filthy garbage i k e 1 y but a nost Lkelv and likeable never is justified when it las been passed on from said he is worried about his family which still lives in ress of the musical to child or from child neighborhood he grew up said Reggie von Miss Grigg seemed to have a few problems with stiff the Hot Seat Wednesay in the Lethbridge Friendiio of my friends I grew up with are either members o the Black 01 and in making her voice Hot Seat program They seem tc in some and at times was turned too much by the Napi Friendlip Association o f three This is the reason he from her but to hear the term pig ap wise offered a creditable a black to This term the University of environment of Nev Albert as said the most dehumanizes peo sario Max was shown is perhaps he Alwavs in with the educated young against the uneducated excellent but clear he easily carried the with the theme Black he said where other actors prejudice is the most ed One who feels he He had excellent stage pres ence and will be a on his side and can do is capable of taking 600 addition to the Lethbridg theatre scene in coining years Alsn Burrows in ths in many he who has News Lettibridge for three the middle class Lethbridge Chamber c all the modern and the Indian al strange whan he first arrived from committee of the chair ber have purchased BOO copie the Kainai News for distr slower pace of life in the city and Hie peaceful way of to chamber Wilf chamber mai bothered him at first said the paper will be g nothing to He felt Lethbridge had in the mail H said the paper is being sent i in the three members to make the Seven Tibetan refugees his family and of the situation and 11 their families are to had given as a in the Indian con Lethbridge chance to catch his The about 30 in to gather a new Bowns said if any inte t will settle in Southern to what was members subscribe as part of an paper before April th i worked out between the I first came pay only instead of tl n government and If rate of The new ra men will be employed on a second I set when the paper beg o crop were he publish They are part of a aspect has number of carefully explained the term immigrant1 who have been 1 ing in camps in India since th Chinese invasion of their or negger as being between nigger and The newer term is something alayan homeland in Lethbridge is the only be used by a liberalized clansman in the deep He said the term nigger news j the prairie region to be means one who 1 ed to receive refugees in tl 1 i particular right whether it be blac or any other page Z5 Miss Rosenfelt lookec and dressed the but was ften too tense and strained to o the role as much justice as she otherwise When she she did much Little Susan as Gretl je youngest member of the was a scenestealer a s usually the case with smal children on and the cas Sd well in keeping her sur rounded with the attention she hould Generally the rest of the cas offered interesting perform although a number ered from a lack of natura1 ness in their i the actors and actresses woul hink of themselves as rea Austrians instead of as WCH students pretending to be An the effect and the voices would be much mor The nuns choral number were beautifully and effectiv ly The costumes except for few unnunlike shoes wer and costume mistre Fran Bayly must be congrati lated for their variety and the case of the their r Sets too were imaginativ as one would expect from c sips by Ed The conducted Willie was enthusias tic and but a few times seemed a bit too loud for some the committees function and role in the The advisory committee last eek reaffirmed an earlier de ision not to extend funds for e Head Start program be ond 31 this a deci on that still must be ratified j city Bill director of pre entive told the joard the decision had been ased largelv on expenditures he total Head Start budget or the coming year is 0 per cent of which is paid by lie city and the lack of par nt Kergaji read a letter rom Finlay which empha ized the social development eparrments concern that the entire family unit be included in a Head Start Such rograms are designed to pro ride preschool training for cul urally disadvantaged fiveyear in his also said he hoped no firm decision on the future of the Lethbridge Head Start program would be made before the April 13 meet Several board members were of the opinion that continue financial support for the pro gram since it started in 196 implied government approva for the way it had been car visable if the advisory com mittee is unable to accept tht Head Start dan jailed or robbery it Raymond Theodore of La mbe pleaded guilty to a arge of ertry and theft ising from a robbery in Ray ond early in March and was ntenced to two years in the enitentiary in Prince Webster was arrested March in conection with the rob iery at Raymond Motors rian Gary also Lacombe was arrested with RCMP report some as taken in the Raymond rob About was recover d when the two were Matthews apeared in court Red Deer on a charge of jossession of stolen property elating to the Raymond inci He pleaded not guilty and he case was set over to April ried It was they to meet specific 1 o c a of the Muriel Jolliffes choreo jraphy was simple and effec and fit well with the Ellyn producer di rector of The Sound of las shown once again in her irst time in charge cf a local production that there is an en couraging talent pool for theatre arts in Lethbridge high Band concert on Sunday The annual band concert b the Lethbridge Kiwanis Ban will be held Sunday at in the Yates Memoria Guest performers at the con cert will be the Wilson Junto High School Frank Hosek will conduct th Funds from the concert wil be used to assist the ban to continue in its comm nity role training bandsme and supplying appropriate m sic for community Family tickets at per fan ily and single admissions of cents per person will be avail able at the door of the Yate CARPET and UNO Complete Installations Free Estimatu No Obligation PHONE 3278578 CAPITOl FURNITURE The carpet House of the South TB fund over top The Lethbridge and District TB Christmas Seal campaign ust made it over the Lethbridge and area residents donated in tha 197071 camp a i g n compared wih S25 119 last It marks sec ond time residents have push ed over the top of the The Alberta Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Associ a ion reports that nearly Albertans donated to he up slightly from he previous ASHPHALT PAVING TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction J f PHONf 3282702 3273610 2 WELCOME Visiting RANCHERS and STOCKMEN to the BEEF INDUSTRY IN THE 1970s and SOUTH ALBERTA SEMINAR a Collision victims in hospital Thomas of Cal injured in a col lision near Nantnn is reported in good condition in i the Calgarv icnera He received a broken chest and foot Three all nurses at the Cnlgary General no in condition in ho CGH The were occupants 01 the second car in the colli son The are Linda Scott neck Theresa Lar son head and chest Dippner rib mjinies i AnoMier also a nurse at Leah was Heated or minor injuries at the hospital following the colli sion and Mr Newkirk told the 30 peo ple attending that he felt there was a black culture in North There is a fantastic and dramatic heritage of Ne groes in the United he said Many broadway plays were written by black Othello was actually a black man but it has been just the past few years one has been cast in the In explaining the situation in no trouble at all and costs Just RO to your drugstore and ask for Pour this into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill thn Take two tableapoonsful UVKP n day as needed and follow the Nnran Reducing If your ful jiiirrliiifie does not A WESTERN I WEAR Home Recipe Plan Takes Off Ugly Fat Its simple how quicklv one slender more graceful curves if may lose pounds of unsightly iatj reducible pounds and inches of right in your own Make excess dont from this 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