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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta J.O THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, November 10, 1970------------- MASTER FARMERS AND SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS About 75 members and guests of the Agricultural Institute of Canada and the Alberta Institute of Agrologists attended a banquet Monday in Lethbridge, honoring 1 969 and 1970 master farmers from southern Alberta, and tethbridge students in the 1970 tethbridge regional science fair and the national science fair held in Hamilton, Ont. Master farmers 1970 are top, left to right, Alex Gyorfi, Bow Island and Ed Newton, Del Bonita. Master farmers 1969 are bottom, left to right, George Tompleton, and Don Merrill, Hillspring. Lethbridge science fair contestants are middle, left to right, Manfred Lohka, 17, tarry Skiba, 17, and Dave Cunningham, 14. Another Lethbridge student, Ken Hancock, also attended the nat- ional fair, but was unable to attend last night's banquet. Family Communication theme set for conference Family Communication will be the theme of a workshop to be sponsored by the southern region of the Canadian Mental Health Association Nov. 1? i n the Hamilton Junior High School, Your kind of shoe for fashion and comfort. An ornamented moccasin in kid leather or crinkle patent. Both with soft foam lining. COR1E Black Wet Look Tan Antique Goat Pair 21 SYLBERT'S SHOE STORE 505 4th Ave, 5. Phone 327-3784 Key speaker for the work- shop will be Miss June Call- wood, radio and television per- sonality, and author of srx books. Miss Calhvood is active in the Canadian Civil Liberties Association, vice president of Y o r ks v i 11 c Digger House, Troubled Child Conference Committee, E'nai E'rith and was chosen Woman of the Year in 1989. Miss Callwood is married to Trent Frayne and has four children ranging in age from nine to 25. Miss Callwood has a busy schedule to fill during her one day stop in the city. She will speak to the Downtown Kiwa- nis Club at 1 -p.m. after her p.m. arrival. From p.m. to 4 p.m. she wiH meet with students at Kate Andrews High School in Coaldale, then back to the city Your NEW Authorized Dealer JEEP" TRUCKS AND STATION WAGONS MOTORS CO. LTD, Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-1418 for the workshop from 5 p.m.- 10 p.m. Registration for the workshop must be made by Nov. 16 either by calling Mrs. Molly Mitchell, executive officer, at the CMHA office at 227-fllOO, or writing Box 33, Lethbridge. A fee of for students, for adults, and per couple should be submitted with the registration. The workshop will cover drugs, communication g a p, family encounters, basic princi- ples of communication, the school system's role in society, and will take the form of round table discussion. Robert Gall, director of school services for the public school district, will serve as moderator. Resource personnel from the community will give tow key leadership to the discussion. All parents and youth in the city and district have been invited to take part in the workshop. Cadet news No. 11 Squadron RC Air Ca- dets are requested to fall-in at [the Legion Hall at a.m. j Wednesday for Remembrance JDay ceremonies. Dress for the I day is to be full uniform (in- i eluding NO V.I 2th Street decor to go up at month's end Christmas decorations arc scheduled to start "oi.ig up on city streets tlic end of Novem- ber. 'Die decorative lighting will stay up again this year until Jan. 7. The city has spent about 000 on new decorations this year. They will bs installed on the street" lights that are going up on the new median on tsth St. between the subway and 2nd Ave. A N. Otherwise there will he no changes in the street decora- tions. It takes about a month and costs to put all the decorations up and take them again. Changing the location of the decorations would add consid- erably to the time and expense involved. 'Walking' honors for MacEwan Lt.-Gov. Grant MacEwan will be honored by the provin- cial division of Oxfam of Can- ada which sponsors Mil's for Millions marches to raise funds in aid of developing countries. Recognized as Canada's leading walker for this cause, it is estimated that Mr. Mac- Ewan has walked more than 600 miles since he led the first Alberta Miles for Millions walk in Edmonton in 1867, In appreciation of his partici- pation, representative walkers Erom many provincial points will honor Mr. MacEwan at a special salute in Calgary's Macleod Trail Auditorium Nov. 22, at 3 p.m. Representing L e t h b r i dge walkers including those who took part from the Community College will be Judi Walker. Miss Walker has participated in three Miles For Millions marches, totalling over 86 miles and earning 5160 for Ox- iam. SAD FAREWELL The generation of students now en- rolled in Central School are doubtless looking forward to the new facilities they will enjoy in the FleeEwood-Bawden school where they will be moved in the new year. But old- er generations of former students will share sentimental memcries Wednesday afternoon when they meet m the 61-year-old school for o last reunion before the doors are formally closed, at the end of the year. It is expected by fhe committee in charge of the Open House which will run from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m., that many former students will be on hand to say goodbye to their old school. Taber teacher heads council Alberta farmers buy Welsh Blacks Alberta farmers have com- pleted plans for the first Cana- dian importation of European Welsh Black cattle. Ersel Lund of Duchess and Harry Nietz of Stettler are to receive the animals, two bulls and 18 heifers. The bulls each cost about Mr. Lund said there are only three Welsh Black cattle in Canada, and these are in Alber- ta. They were imported from the U.S. "I like the Welsh Black be- cause they are a big, long and hardy animal." He plans to breed his bull with Angus cattle. In the original agreement, the bulls were to precede the heif- ers to Canada, and werp to begin the trip Nov. 4. f': cations arose at the of shipping however, and the start- ing date has been shifted to Dec. 12. Once the bulls reach Canada, they are required to undergo 30 days of quarantine. Mr. Lund said his bull had the highest rate of gain evtir recorded on a Welsh Black, pounds at 11 months. Offcials at the Lcthbrldgo Research Station declined com- ment on the breed, saying tlicy have no records or data. Bus drivers honored with awards Twenty Lethbridge Transit System drivers received Na- tional Safety Council awards Friday for safe driving. The drivers each received a wallet certificate and pin indi- cating the nuviber of years they had driven without a prevent- able accident. Awards ranged from one to five years, although some of the eight drivers receiving five- year pins had actually com- piled longer records. The five-year awards were the result of the city starting its National Safety Council rtc- ords in 1904, William Morrison, teacher at W. H. Myers High School in Taber has been elected presi- dent of the Alberta Teachers' Association southwestern En- glish council. Other officers elected include Michael Kilkommas, of Pin- cher Creek as vice-president; Mary Skeltoa, of the Leth- bridge Collegiate Institute and Irene Yamamoto, of Hamilton Junior High School as secre- taries; and Jean Zeman of Wil- son Junior High school, as treasurer. Dr. Phil Douterrnan and Rob- ert Tarleck, University of Lelh- bridge professors, will act as professional consultants to the council. ALUMINUM SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS and DOORS FUR FESTIMATES JONES ROOFING Phone 328-5745 Lethbridge ARTISTIC 328-3932 We arm to please with courteous service Perms or SI 4 One third off per IDS every TUBS, and Wecf, Tints Shampoo Seis Hair Cuts Comb Outs .90 HALF PRICE To Old Age Pensioners 535 13th St. North NO METERS TO WATCH. FREE PARKING' Degrees awarded At the fall convocation of the j University of Alberta recently, several Lethbridge students were awarded degrees. PhD George Be- van, (educational administra- William Eichard Duke, (educational MA David James Fairfield, Anne Crawford Klop- penborg, M.Sc. Norman James Nut- tal, (civil Joseph David Shorthouse, (entymology) BA Marian Tadeusz Kulpa (honors Donald Alexander Gilehrist, Jo Anne Lesley Haszard. B.Ed. Helmut Bernhart Hoffman (vocational educa- B.Sc. Elva Jeanne Cosson B.Sc. Clinton Stone Die- ner (formerly of Shirley Eiko Shigematsu. B.Ed. Agnes Margaret Pen- ner, Erna Mary Penner, Coal- date. Ottawa scoiiter coming here A regional conference for in- terested adults will be spon- sored by the vSOUthern Alberta Regional Council of Boy Scouts Nov. 20-21 at Southmhister Church. The program of the two-day conference will deal with the role of the leader, program ob- jectives, service team opera- tion and sponsorship. Guest speaker and special re- source person for the event will be Charles B. Stafford, di- rector of program services, Boy Scouts of Canada, Ottawa. Western Arrow Calgary-London Language workshop Hie Alberta Teachers' Asso- ciation modern and classical language council will hold a workshop Nov. 13 and H at Hamilton Junior High taught. The workshop starts at .m, Nov. 13, and will continue all day Nov. 14. Everyone interested in mod- ern i a ngnages, particularly French, K invited tr> attend l> lore city news on page 16 Europe when you want it. 1. Want the airline that goes where and when you want to go? Fly with us. 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