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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, Hay 12, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 WEEKEND SPECIALS at MARTENS COALDALE Open Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m Saturday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. CENTRE VILLAGE CENTRE VILLAGE IGA ALSO FEATURES FREE DELIVERY! STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL CLOSING SATURDAY, MAY 13th, 1972 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES TABLERITE CANADA CHOICt STEER BEEF FRONTS of BEEF Cut, wrapped and frozen Ib. 63 TABLERITE CANADA CHOICE STEER BEEF CROSS RIB ROASTS Ib. 99 NABOB REGULAR COFFEE 2-lb. pkg. 1 .89 IGA ASSORTED ICE CREAM 3 pint carton BROWN BEANS 14 fl. 01. tins TOP VALU ASST. POP 28 fl. or. bottles PLUS DEPOSIT CANADA NO. 1 TOMATOES Vine Ripened Ib. CANADA NO. 1 CALIF. WHITE NEW POTATOES 10 Ib. baa 1 .09 PLAY IGA BLACKOUT BINGO CENTRE VILLAGE IGA ONLY THIS WEEK-JACKPOT GREEN CARDS 7 12 4 6 13 10 2 15 3 5 9 22 30 19 17 25 16 23 24 29 20 27 N 42 44 45 43 36 33 40 34 41 37 G 51 58 60 47 56 54 SO 46 55 48 57 53 75 69 72 67 64 73 65 61 66 71 74 New Zealand adventurer talks with local By RUDY HAUGHNEDER Herald Staff Writer The international crisis pre- cipitated by the United Stales naval blockade and mining of North Vietnamese waters has yet to result in any public or Seeding operations behind Seeding operations In south- ern Alberta are slightly behind the pace set last year, due mainly to the unseasonable snowfalls and colder-than-nor- mal winds. Farmers In the area have begun seed bed preparations in all areas and some seeding o[ cereal grains and feed grains has progressed. Intermittent precipitation and cold condi- tions has limited the actual seeding operations. Officials of the Alberta Wheat Pool report about 12 per cent of the wheat, oats and barley seeded in the Lethbridge dis- trict. Seeding is expected to be gen- eral in all of southern Alberta this week, weather permit- ing. On irrigated acreage, sugar 3eets, beans and corn planting are progressing also. governmental outcry in New Zealand. Cliff Tail, a Hamilton, New Zealand businessman who is celebrating the third anniver- sary of his take off on an around the world flight in a tiny single engine aircraft said Thursday, via ham radio, that the majority of his countrymen have yet to pass judgment on the U.a. decision. Familiar with Lethbridge be- cause of a brief re fueling stopover here, Mr. Tail said the athletically Inclined New Zea- landers are torn from a news point of view between the Vietnam situation and rugby matches between the island na- tion and a touring South Afri- can team. Both New Zealand and its neighboring country and contin- ent Australia had military con- tingents to aid allied forces in South Vietnam. After brief convocations with Lethbridge Mayor AlSy Ander- Friendship Centre gets government grant start By GRUG MQNTYRE Herald Staff Writer EDMONTON Money is on the way to rescue the Leth- bridge Friendship Centre, Bruce Rawson, deputy minister of health and social develop- ment said Wednesday. Cheques are being prepared now, he said. The money will not be the total the Lethbridge centre is expected to spend for the fiscal year that started April 1, but an amount to tide the group over until an assessment of its financial po- sition is carried out. The centre at Lethbridge closed April 29 due to lack of money and problems with ac- commodation. Tins week the city was asked to extend to carry the money from operation until the provincial government arrives. The city is still considering the request and had deferred decision like- ly to May 23. Mr. Rawson said cheques should be out to all members of the Alberta Native Friend- ship Centres Association with- in two weeks. He could not give exact sums enclosed. Asked why money was not provided by the April 1 start of the groups' fiscal year, he said this has not been the prac- tice in the past. Other than a "minor hassle" getting the federal government to spell out its participation in the scheme, he said things are proceeding normally. Current policy is that the provincial government grants friendship centres money and then the federal government reimburses the province 50 per cent of tliis at the end of the year. Olson coming TABER (HNS) Federal Minister of Agriculture H. A. (Bud) Olson will be among dig- nitaries participating in the ro- deo parade here at 11 a.m. Monday, May 22, "unless some- tiling now unforeseen makes the visit impossible." Mr. Olson has been in the pa- rade in past years. son and Frank Smith, the New Zealander quickly took the op- portunity to promote his coun- try. Recalling his flight, Mr. Tail said the world is an interesting and exciting place but there's no placo like home. Using the radio facilities pro- vided by Bill Savage, a local ham radio operator, Mr. Smith and Mr. Anderson congratulated the New Zealander about his recently published book, Flight of the Kiwi, which related the experiences encountered on the world flight. Miles of beautiful Pacific beaches await the tourist, and lots of jobs and a healthy stan- dard of living a. ait the immi- grant, Mr. Tail said. Fiercely proud of the Island country which is currently in the midst of an economic boom, Mr. Tail explained prime pur- pose for his well publicized flight was to "sell New Zea- to would-be tourists, im- migrants and businessmen. Although he would like to vis- it the Canadian Rockies again, lie concluded his broadcast by slating that a number of va- cancies existed in New Zealand for journalists. Cancer fund campaign continues The Canadian Cancer Soci- ety's fund-raising campaign has so far netted about more than what was reached this time last year. "We are confident that the goal of will be reached when all the returns are campaign chairman Cecil Gordon said. Only six of the 39 district campaigns have returned. Mr. Gordon said when the other re- turns are in, there should ba no problem meeting the target. Last year, the society netted r k f SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE k. 328-2702-327-3610 A Community college students win many academic awards A Taber girl, Emily Brooks, was awarded a scholar- ship at the Lethbridge Com- munity College graduat i o n ceremonies. This award, from the LCC loard of governors, was for the most outstanding student at the college, based mostly on academic factors. Miss Brooks was taking business admin- stration. Other awards were: Canadian Sugar Factories Limited Award, of 5150 to Murray Pavan, Lethbridge. Oliver Chemical Company Leth' -idge award of the Jack Wool- ord, Cardston. A. Hodges Award of S300 1o Carol Shlgemi, Vauxhall. Canada Trust Award of to iherryl Wickend, Lethbridge Campbell Clin'c Award of to Debra Ranson, Nanton. Halg Clinic Award of 5100 to Carol Shigemt, Vauxhall. Kiwants Club (Downtown) Award of 5300 to Patricia Wozak, New Daylon. Blgelow-Fowler Clinic Award of to Charles Dong, Lethbridge. Schwartz Agencies Limited Award of to Michael Duchan, Leth- bridge. letter's Limited and AFPLC Award of to Mark Meldrum, Magrafh. Lefhbrldge Rotary Club (Downtown) Award of to Emily Brooks, Taber. T. Eaton Company of Canada Award of to Kevin McGee, Lethbridge. Watklnson, Hanhart, Duda and Com- pany Award of to Gudeliclo San. cher, Lethbridge. Sick's Lethbridge Brewery Limited Award of to Norman Doram. Coaldale. Datatron 'Processing and Systems Limited Award of S100 to Douglas Speelman. Lethbridge. Treasury Branch Award of to Emily Brooks. Taber. R. W. Williams, Kaiser Resources and AFPLC Award of to Lance D. Cooper, Edgewater, B.C. East Lethbridge Rotary, Mclntyre Ranch, AFPLC Award of 5250 to Ber- nice Herle, Leader, Sask. Lakeview Lions Award of to Brian M. Schlerer, B.C. Blackburn Memorial Award of to Douglas Gossen, Coaldale. Lethbridge Herald Award of to Bernlce Leader, Sask. Kainal Industries Limited Award of to Alfred Russell Hart, Manitoba. Lethbridge and District Fish and Game Association Award ot to William Cruthers, Vermilion. CFCN-TV National Salvage and AFPLC Award of to Patricia Ann Williams, Georgetown, British ana. Lakeview Lions Award of to Patrick James Holder, Creslon B.C. CJOC Radio Award ot S100 to Jean Cherniawsky, Warner. Prairie Ditching and Alberta Week- ly Newspaper Association Award of to Patricia Ann Williams, George- town, British Guiana. PLC Award of SI00 to Margaret Ann Hayden, Vauxhall. Knights of Columbus Council 1J90 Award of to Marilyn Nelson, Bow Island. Hunt Insurance Agencies L t d. Award of to Ann Krystoff, Cole- len. AFPLC Award of to Lambert Oldenburgcr, Iron Springs. Lurle and Ncutled Scholarship Award of S100 to Steven L. Ellert, Milk River. GE Automatic Electric Award (Canada) Lts. ol to Patrick j Coutts. ity Bottling Award of to William A. Thomas, Red Deor Purity Bottling Award ot to Wendy M. Lucas, Lomond. Purity Bottling Award of to Chinook Beverages Limited Award of to Dennis G. Dockray, Brooks. of to William A. Thomas, Red Deer. SKO to Jack H. Tyrefl, Fort ftAaclend. Lethbridge Community College stu- dent's council scholarship of to Charles Dong, Lethbridge. William Asbury Buchanan Bursary of to Charles Dong. Lethhridge. Gyro Club Award of to Paul Blogorodow. Taber. Lethbridge Community College Fac- ulty Wives' Association Award "to Jean Lethbridge. Beta Sigma Phi Award of to Madaline Fok, Lelhbrlcige. Student Finance Board Awards of awarded to Alberta Residents: Agriculture, Year 1: Dunne Nelson, Glen wood. Agrlculturn Year Michael Bailer- lan, Raymond. Secretarial Science: Barbara Ko- belka, Letnbrldgfi; Joyce Pontarollo Cardston; Ingrld Scherer, CMlrlale. Business Administration Year 1: Norman Ellord, Lethhrirlge; Larry Grwdhopf, LelhbrlcJfjc; Victor Mano. I horan, Lethbrldgc; Randy Drake, Pic- turc Butte. Business Administration Year rd Ondrlk, Lethbridge, journalism Year l; Catherine Retl, Taber. f Enforcement Year 1: M. Hennel, Stctlller. OR nnd CE Year It Stewart Went, Lethbridge; John N. Jansen, Barr- head; Jerry Small, Lethbridge. Radio Arts Year 1: David G. Oberg, Forestburg. Social Counseling Year li Margaret J. Brewster, CoutTs. Journalism Year Two: Leonard At- wood, Lethbridge. Law Enforcement Year 2: Jennifer J. McDonald, Lethbridge. OR and CE Year 2: Dixie Lee Aim, Ciaresholmj Violetta Gayle Rowland, Raymond. Radio Arts Year 2: Shelly Gaye Carsen, Lefhbridge. Nursing 161: bcvl Willlson, Leth- bridge. Nursing 213: ChemcllI, Leth- bridge. Automotlvesi William Koot k ft r, Lethbridge. Drafting Technician: Ralph Koolker, Lethbridge. Engineering Graphics Technology: Mitrura Kabayashi, Lethbridge. Electronic Engineering Technician: Ralph Vanhell, Picture Butte. Commercial Cooking Year 1: Allan K. Wood, High Prairfe. Commercial Cooking Year 2: Dennis G. Dockray, Brooks. Meat Technology: Rodney Lelsh- man, Magrath. Association of Faculty Personnel Lethbridge College Awards of 550: Agriculture Year 1: Steve Gajdostik, Lelhbridge. Secretarial Science: Sharon Nils, son, Lethbrldgc. Business Administration Year 2: Peter Asplund, Lethbridge. W. B. Seunders Company Canada Lid. Award of S50 to Shelsgh Grant, Lethbridge. Lethbridga Concrete Products Ltm. lied Award of S50 to Gordon Cham- bers, Coleman. Lethbridge Construction Association Award of to Joel Henry, Raymond. Acklands Limited Award ot S50 to Erich Ruppert. Lomond. Baalim Wholesale Limited Award of S50 to Daniel R. Shaw, Lethbridge. Welders Supplies Limited Award of S50 to Victor Dyck, Coaldale. Western Metal Fabricators Limited Award of and plaque to Victor Dyck, Coaldale. Noble Cultivators Limited Award of 550 to Kenneth Jochem, Milk River. Silverwood Dairies Limited Award of S25 and trophy to Allan K. Wood, High Prairie. Scott National Company Limited Award (trophy) to Allan K. Wood, High Prairie. Southern Alberta and Crowsnest Branch of the Canadian Restaurant Association Award (trophy and plaque) to William A. Thomas, Red Deer. Canadian Western Natural Gas Company Award of ISO, trophy and plaque to Donald R. Thompson, Leth- bridge. Prebullt Industries Limited Award of trophy and plaque, to William A- Thomas, Red Deer. Fred Elford Scholarship of to Bernice Herle, Leader, Sask. For Your Dining Pleasure TEAK OUT WILL BE OPEN EVERY SUNDAY, COMMENCING THIS SUNDAY, MAY 14th FROM 4.30 P.M. TO 10.00 P.M. Our Licensed Dining Room is open Monday through Saturday from p.m. to 12 Midnight. STEAK ouT College Shopping Mall Mayor Magralh Drive 327-7123 Slow brewed for a smoother flavour When you want a beer that lets you stay alert... and still gives you all the refreshing flavour, try Cool Spring. It's extra smooth. Easy going. Since there's slightly less alcohol, Cool Spring costs you less. by Labatt's ;