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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE lETHBRIDrE Friday, Mny IP, 1972----------------------------------......------ Farm com s agr I'.IC SWillAKT ;ilil Slaff Wrilcr They ini'ludi- clistric-l cix- offices iintl Farm I'rixlil. CorpornLioM. Hanks and i private agencies have express- tiniKil farm man- L'd iiikrevl ukv. njUMiu'iii piom-ani iias The- finifhfd arc I h P n IN Id "wiblii-iLy wilh all' will L'J the office's for'. ru for rapid expansion ininsicr to computer iapi-.s mm .i._.. j.cnL to cen. com- and pussibly llic Llic tape's are then sent tc Lra[ office in for Ihii combined business execu- tive nnd pnxlucliun worker, lie cn.n'1 afford the liniL- ami money to collect, organize and analyse till this I ion ;im) this i.s j Ihe service Cnnl''nrni tscLs out Lo provide.1. Mr. Olson saki lhe Canada ric parimenL of agriculture became involved in the program he- coiilinenl. Canadian Farm Management Data System 'CiinTnrm1 is Hie HIM naliniuil coninulcriml sys- tem 10 IH> imple- men In I in I lie increasingly complex fiLTH-iilUmi! imluslry. Since iL Mihi .stnilec P informal i on, ensure thai Canadian farmers, I lOnCd [0 (lie I II ..I___11.. _-. l._. .T-.. puling, cause it is one way the federal From (lie input on Hie government can provide a the [armor receives information much needed business man- u'hich is a complete record of agement tool so that individua operation. The dala includes i farmers can keep competitive. costs and returns, physical rec- "Cc'ilainly if seems lo me that ords on acres, yields, pensions, i il is in national interest to now i ance. Mr. fcprve 7.7DU !arm l-'edcral Agriculture Minister Bud Olson liie larminp in- fhtrlry has L'xperiencecl some duinniu1 in Llse past 20 years and Ihe fanner's willing- to rcnnlFf-iSS biologi- cal. du'ii'i'.Ml niccHanicnl has resulted in nificanl in production, Mr. said the joint fed- eral provincial uimersiLy management system will pro- j vide the farmer with a great; Trips to Banff, deal of t i m e 1 y information j Calgary and AVriling-on-S tone wliich is needed today to oper- ljark are part of the programs ale a successful farm" business. planned for a day camp for to in CanFarm liis into (he complex [handicapped young people, a agribusiness package hy id- Incal Opportunities for Youth ing farmers and (ho people who i project. work with (hern Ihe organized1 Mia Maynard and Susan dala and business informal i o n j Kaupp have obtained in sum- needed to help in the complex j mer OFY jobs [or the students decision making who will be helping lliein. heart of successful farming. Miss Maynard. who has work- Working through "user agen-: ed with the handicapped for (be ries." fanFarm operates wilh past year through Youth Across tliroc regional offices in Giielph. t Canada for the menially re- Moncton, New Brunswick and! larded, said there are also Saskatoon. I plans [or taking the young peo- The user agencies do the ac- j pie lo Ihe parade and the ex- tual farmer contact work and hibition in Lethhridge this year, i aid the farmer in the paper- i Camp-overs are also planned. Take Off Faf Wifh Home Recipe It'a simple how quickly one'slender more graceful curves; If may lose pounds of unsightly fat reducible pounds nnd inches of richl in your home. Make caress fat don't disappear from this home recipe yourself. It's neck, chin, arms, nbdorocn, hips, easy, no trouble at. all nnd costs calves nnd ankles' just return the litile. -Just go to your drupstore ror vonr money Rnd nsk for Nnran. Pour this into hack. Follow this easy way en- 11 pinl l.oftlc .-.-id add enough bv manv who havc'tried grapefruit juice lo tiu the bottle. Take two tableppoonsful twice a and cash flow1 and insur- whether individually or by tricl or region, arc producing Olson said Ihe farmer is those products lo which Iheir own talenls or llic particular at- tributes o[ their area are best' he said. "Through CanFarm. subscrib- ing farmers will be able to j evaluale their own performance and they olone will he able to j do that commodity by com-1 j modify against that of pro- ducers elsewhere in Canada. "Tins should result in farm- ers lending to produce those products for which this opera tion is best suited." Mr. Olson said the basic idea I behind CanFarm is to make it available to fanners in all parts of Canada. He suggested thai i the enrolment could reach as liigh as hy 1975. Sla. plan their own trip By MARLENK COOKSI1AW Herald Slaff Wriler Thirty two students, one teacher nnd six m o L h e r s ar- ranged their own private tour of the province and went this week. The students were members of (he Grade 4 class of Gal- braith School, and after study- ing Alberta in a social studies class with teacher Dorothy Toonc, decided they'd like to see it first-hand. The first problem was money. I Teachers in Edmonton arrang- cd billets wilh the students' families. The yroup left early Monday morning on a chartered bus. They were joined on their trip lo a game farm in Edmonton by (he CO Korest Heights stn- dents. Ai! agreed that part had been the most enjoyable. The second day found them at the museum and archives, and also at the legislative build- ing where they were introduced to the House by MLA John An- Beginning about the middle of i demon, and stayed to watch gel trips OFY plan M HAPPY FACES Members of the Gracl e 4 class at Galbrailh School look especially pleased at Ihe chance to tell Mayor Andy Anderson about their trip. The group passed on a gift to mayor from Mayor Ivor Dent of Edmonton. Left to right are: class sec- retary Donna Reierson, teacher Dorothy Toone, vice-president Russell Hauser, Jimmy Helmer, who was billeted with the mayor's son in Edmonlon, and class president Roy Husch. January, the class spent every spare minute rolling newspa- pers, popping corn, and selling both along with egg cartons, bleach bottles and any other ar- i licles that could possibly ho made use of. Parents clu'ppcd in their ser- vices with a raffle and bake sale, and the school's Grade C classes gave more than SI DO raised from their own activ- ities to help with the project. Altogether the students came Time proceeds with appeal e up with lo finance their trip. Letters were written back and forth to Edmonton, with stu- dents acquainting themselves with members of Hie Grade 4 Costs to the farm community R. (Stubb) Ross, presi-1 tcr Don Jamieson against Ihe dent of Time Airways, faid Us I Canadian Transport Commis- legal counsel is in Ottawa to- sion's decisions. day to prepare procedures for vary with the user agency. Tho I an appeal to Transport I.Iinis- cenlral controlling body charges i I the user agency wilh Ihe other costs accumulated in the j I operation of the program. In i some areas, it ranges from I to MOO, depending on the com- i plexity of Ihe program for the individual farmer. Tlie CTC, in two related de- cisions Time's 7n addition, the chamber o[ commerce and the city council of Grande Prairie have maile representations to Mr. Jamie- last week, rejected application to serve son. Mr- Ross saitl- class of Edmonton's For e s t some of the proceedings. Another exciting part the trip to Ihe lop o[ Ihe 390-foot AGT Tower building. After a "Fun Night" at the school, Ihe students were pre- sented with medals of Kdmon- lon by Mayor Ivor Dent. Leaving early Wednes day morning gave them the chance lo spend a half day in Hie bad- lands and hqodoos of Drumhel- ler and visit 'the museum there. Apparently the trip was a great success. "It's the first time we've gone anywhere long- er than a said Mrs. Toonc. "But with the parents' help and all the support given lo us by the principal, we're sure it's something we'll be Heights Elementary School.! able lo do again." City bus fares lowest in Caiiachi There are 81 urban transit systems in Canada, of j" are members of the Canadian Transit Association. ales from Ricks College, Rex- Ot (he 52 CTA members, the burg, Idaho, included 25 stu-1 City of Lelhbridge Transit Sys- dents from Alberta. lem has the lowest passenger Those from Lcthbridge and fares, district who received associate degrees Pickett. New Zealand's state welfare benefits country's people Grande Prairie, and awarded However, in the opinion of the route to Thunderbird Air-1 Thunderbird president M i! ton ways o[ Prince George, B.C. (Ritchey, Time does not have a lii Calgary. Industry Minister i chance in the appeal. "We have sUlc domagel; ciclv Fred Peacock said Ihe Alberta already got the license." he New Zealand's liigh degree of government is also appealing said. Graduates Tlie list of 1.080 Hay 4 gradu- day as needed and follow the Narnn Reducing Plan. If your first purchase docs not this plan and help bring back al- luring curves and graceful slcnderness. Note how qujckly how were: Rae Lelhbridge: Glen W. Bennett and David Bennett BIy, Magralh; Anne Mendenliall, naymond; Luclla Gayle Rice, Carolyn Grieser. The average passenger cash fare is 25 cents, wilh the Leth- brkigc low at 10 cents and the highest at 35 According lo Ihe CTA. 34 member cities have a senior citizens fare, and 18 do not. Ihe rejection of a provincial Mr. Ross said Air. Ritclicy's airline lo service a provincial slatement "will have no bear- city. ing on our appeal." Lakevieiv Mennonite Church to open Sunday at 2 p.m. The opening ceremonies for, church will give the sermon. Ihe new Lakevicw Mennonile' The ribbon ceremony will be held performed hy Rev. II part of the mainstream of sn- thun Ihy Indians seemed In be in Canada. Mr. Hughes also said New Zealand had heard Ihe last of the two Lcthhridge Rotary Rrethern Church will he Sunday at p.m. Abe Klasscn, a visiting pas- tor from the Calgary M.B. show" yna a pimple wuy way toj belter you feel. More nine, lose bulky fat and help regain youthful appearing uml adive. The disturbance at the El; draw less publicity than this i person found guilty of such an Rancho Motor Holel March 10 case lie (old Ihcse in the i offense is a S500 fine, six months was classified as one of the conn room 1 in jail or both, worst kind imaginable hy Judge I The statements came during i The S400 fines levied against his summary of Ihe evidence the four convicted men were L. W. Hudson Wcdnesdav. "Patrons were shocked and i ancl before he found the four j tne highest ever issued in mag- terrified, employees of the ca- j meri accused of causing a dis-1 jstratc's court. The addition of Sr Jubilee P'1 THIS WEEK'S MINI-DRAW WINNER JAMES C. NOILES 1340-17 AVE. N.W. CALGARY, AtBERTA A MINI-DRAW EVERY WEEK 'TIL AUG. 25TH GRAND PRIZE SEPT. 16 S1QO.OOO THE FOLLOWING LUCKY 100 PEOPLE WON S20 CASH PRIZES W Calgary i T Calgary Mr. Brycc Geddes, crjlgary vr. ena Airs. Ren E Alex Kslownj. B.C. ;n. baret were one man was I turbance in public place guilty injured, there were fights and I as charged. brawls this is the worst kind On sentencing Samuel Charles performed hy Rev. II. Nikkei, co ordinntor and administra- tor for (he aflcnioon's sclivi- tics. The committee is expect- ing ministerial representatives, an Alberta M.B. conference representative and Ibc mayor as special guests. j The chairman for the build-1 in" committee was Herb Klas- sen. He will comment on the presentation of the building lo the church and the key-giving ceremony. Other members on the build ing .commiltsc wove: Dr. Ern- est Penner. Ed Bartcl. Henry P. Dueck and Walter Dick. The sanctuary which is local- ed on 1509 29th St. S. corns incentive to a small degree, bill this is more than offset hy the advantages. Such was the opinion of Terry Sociai Credit movement Calkin of Auckland, a manage-: Gross a Northland ment accountant wilh a large cill.lls farmer, predicted that private company, expressed to ,voulcj become the country's major industry. New Zealand led the world in letting women vote and in shipping frozen meals abroad said Barry Cole, Auckland supermarket manag- er. The average grassland there will carry one dairy cow or sheep per acre, he said. Clubs. Mr. was one of seven New Zealanders now touring Western Canada on a Rotary exchange prog ram. Gerald Perry of Chin was one of a similar group from Canada to New Zealand a year ago. Mr. Calkin said lhat from his brief observation the standard of living was probably slightly higher in Canada but the "qual- ity" was higher in New Zea- land. Richard Hughes, a arei lawyer, said the Maori population about eight per cent of the total was more a QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH square feet of land, cast and mil seat approxi- of disturb a n c e said Judge Hudson. Though the incident was judged ol major proportions by the judge he felt Ihe news media had been responsible for over-playing what had happen- ed and had blown it out of pro- portion. "I have seen murder trials Olsen, 2fi. Allen I.ouis Blommc. jail terms to the fines dem- onstrated how severe the judge believed the offense to be. The jojnt educall-OI, The only man not receiving ,vhich ,vas built jn 25, and Donald Andrews, 21, all, a jail leim in addition to the of Lethbridgc and Michael Lee fine was Michael Lee Swallow, Swallow, 23, of Topeka, Kansas, 25, Topeka. Kansas. Swallow has 51 c s. Zaotlco, Cdlqni Geilinq, Cd V.' E'l g CALGARY STAMPEDE FUTURITY SWEEPSTAKE I P 0. BOX 2900 CAIGAHY. AIDERTA TIP 2M7 I H, i P GIGANTIC AUCTION APPLIANCES SPORTING GOODS FURNITURE All new merchandise MOM., MAY 29th HURLBURT" AUCTION WAREHOUSE Phona 328-4705 Judge Hudson said, is no doubt in my mind that it was a set-up there was a plan, not a long-term plan to attempt to defy the dress codes of Ihe ca- baret and take it over by I The charge of causing a dis- turbance in a public place is a s u m m a ry conviction offense which may only be tried by a magistrate or provincial judge in provincial judge's court. The maximum penalty for n peka been in custody since the inci- dent two months ago. Court was told Swallow could not pay the fine and would have to spend the further io- default period in custody. At the end of the jail term the judge indicated Swallow would likely be deported. wing cost covers square feet i and has a sealing capacity of' 200. Construction of the church started lasl September. SOUTHERN ALBERTA COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION are seeking a FULL TIME MANAGER MALE OR FEMALE Duties will be day-to-doy odmirvslrclian, public relations and promotional work, overall supervision of on annual fund-raising campaign and related duiics. Send Full resume of pail experience and salary expected lo P.O. BOX 714, IETHBR1DGE POTTERY SALE SUNDAY, MAY 1st 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. U. of L. ART DEPT. (Old Fort Whoop-Up Blcig Nn.................. B i.i, YQllfl CMAICIS OF VdNKINR! PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE 520 7TH ST. S. W. J. GAMBLE PASTOR SPECIAL EVANGELISTIC SERVICES WITH THE PROVINGAIS TRSO j HEAR Joyful Singing WITNESS Tho gifls of Ihe Holy in operation EXPERIENCE Tlie restoring power of God in your life i Prayer For The Sick Upon Request COMMENCING Tues., May 23rd May 28th WEEKNIGHTS 8 P.M. SUNDAY 11 A.M. 7 P.M. Cabaret charge withdrawn One charge stemming from the disturbance at the El Ran- cho Molor Holel Cabaret March has been withdrawn by the Crown. Following his conviction Wed- nesday on a charge nf causing a diillirbancc in a public place, Ihe charge of possession of a I weapon dangerous to the pub- i lie peace a motorcycle chain j bell was withdrawn against Michael Lee Swallow. 25, of To- peka. Kansas. During the same court ap- pearance the Crown also with- drew charges of illegally being in a dwelling house for the pur- pose of commiltin? an indicl- able offense against Jack Sol- tys. nichard HUITOWS and Don- ald Alexander, all of Letlibridge nnd Michael Lee Swallow, To- peka, Kansas. The charges against the men resulted from n complaint laid April is. A trin! dale for Swnllow, Alexander and Sollys on a charpp of a.ssaull causing bod- ily harm lo John Baird at bis 2fllh SI. S., dur- ing nn incident Iliere April 15, has IXXMI sel for May 30. On another charge of ly doing in a duelling house for the purpose of commitling an Indictable offense April 10, Swallow, Allen Louis Mlnmme of i l.< tiihridj'.o nnd Michael IX Wagoner. Anchorage, Alnska, were remanded for ono wcok, FREE SPEEDY PICK-UP RESTY1ING RELINING REPAIRING CLEANING AND GLAZING Tfie UTHBRIDGE FURRIERS 1END SP! SATURDAY and SUNDAY from the URGER Reg. SPECIAL... 1515 Mayor Magrath Drive ;