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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 'HE IETHBRIDOE HERAID Monday, November 30, 1970 Police warn on toboggan towing Motorists arc ndvised ttey will be prosecuted if they are caught towing persons behind their cars on toboggans, sleds or skis. Insp. Bill West said Monday tile police department lias re- ceived a number of complaints about such actions since the re- cent snowfall. Province 'firesells' industry says Alberta leader of NDP Grant Notely, Alberta Demo- surrender industry at firesale cralic Party Leader, said in Lethbridge Saturday, the unde- tailed development pi an an- nounced recently by the pro- vincial government is pointless as long as Alberta continues to GIVING HIM THE GREY CUP GEARS Stan Broder's front lawn at 1402 15th Ave. S. certainly wouldn't have warmed the cockles of any Calgary puder football fan or player's heart Saturday, but they likewise were more than a little prophetic. "Moses Will Part The Red 'C' and "Vive Les Alouettes libre" and similarily pointed signs gave strong indications that someone wasn't exactly going to be down in tha dumps over tha Montreal Alouettes' 23-10 victory. Actually Stan is a Calgary fan, but a few of his midnight gremlins decided to add the decorations to keep things friendly, bicultural and bilingual. Anyhow, in the time-honored bafHe-fatigued and weakened cry of all die-hard Stam- peder supporters, "WAIT UNTIL some- YEARI" Local officials to attend conference Congress On The Future: Ed- ucation. That is the name of a Dec. 3 to 5 conference in Ed- monton, sponsored by the Al- berta Human Resources Re- search1 Council for the Worth CommissioB on Educational Planning. A number of Lethbridge wrsity, college, public and school officials and teachers will attend the con- ference, which is expected to draw more than 300 selected delegates. Reg Newfcirk and Dorothy Bedcel, both of'Lethbridge, will chair two assessment panels at the conference. Mr. Newkirk is a student at the University of Jjethbridge, and Mrs. Beckel is Your NEW Authorized Dealer JEEP" TRUCKS AND STATION WAGONS UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-141S active in a number of commu- nity programs and is a mem- ber of the Banff School of Fine Aits board of governors. Featured speakers at the damage in weekend auto misliaps Property damage resulting from weekend accidents on slick Lethbridge city streets amounted to over The largest single accident occurred at 818 20th St. S. on Saturday when a car driven by Earl E. Hjelte o! 1261 4ih Ave. S. was in collision with a park- ed, one ton truck owned by Suwrior Propane Ltd. of Leth- bridge. Damage amounted to There were no injuries. Numerous smaller a c c 1- dents resulted in dam-' ART DI1TRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Denial Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 We want to lend you the full amount you have in mind up to Hobday cash? Just add up the amount you figure you'H holiday shopping, holiday expenses, holiday call Beneficial! We want io lend you the full amount you have in mind. Remember: you're good for more st Beneficial BENEFICIAL FINANCE CO. OF CANADA loans up io loan can be life-insured 42 month contracts on loans over CORNER 4TH AVE, 6TH ST., LETHBRIDGE (Woolworth Bidg.) 327-8565 OFW ETCHINGS BY FOR HOURS OPEN SATURDAY TO 12 NOON, DECEMBER 5, 12, 19 conference include Pierre Bur- riety of predictive addresses ton, Canadian author, play- and makeji wright ami radio-television pcr- prehensive guess at the an- sonality; and Warren Zlegler, yons co-director of the Syracuse University Research Corpora- tion's educational policy re- search centre. The conference program is designed to attempt answers to questions including what lies ahead for Alberta in terms of swers to tiiese and other ques- Three-day blood clinic this week The Lethbridge Bed Cross blood donors clinic will begin Mr. Notely said there is not much point in dispersing in- dustry if tte province has vir- nally IK) secondary industry. Alberta produces raw mater- als which are sold to tte Unit- ed States and then bought back as finished products. The cost of the raw materials, to the U.S. has not increased very much in the last few years, he said, but. the cost of ;he finished products has in- creased considerably. Mr. Notley made a brief stop in Lethbridge, returning xom a NDP nominating meet- tomorrow, Sports Centre 1 in the Civic and continue Wednesday and Ttarsday. Times of the clinic are Tues- day, 6-9 p.m., Wednesday, 1-3 p.m. and 6-9 p.m. and Thurs- day, a.m. and 6-9 p.m. Refreshments will be served for those donating. All past donors are request- ed to attend and new donors are urgently needed, "Such action is a direct pro- hibition under the provincial Highway Traffic Act and the police department does not in- tend to issue any warnings to persons found participating in this sort of activity. "Prosecutions will be entered against any persons violating section 142 of the act." Motorists found guilty of tow- ing persons behind their cars on any street or highway (any area to which motorists and their vehicles have access, in- cluding parking lots) are liable to a maximum fine of or in default, up to six months in ing in Medicine Hat. Frank Armstrong, a 39 year old ligh school teacher was nomi- nated to contest the Medicine Hat riding in the next provin- cial election. Cool output Coal mining operations dur- ing the month of October show- ed an output of tons in the Crowsnest Pass area, up 000 tons over production for Oc-1 tober a year ago. Output at Brooks, 535 tons, was down about 300 tons frorr the same period in 1969, anc Taber was also down about 300 tons, at 603 tons for October, 1970. Unifarin head quitting jRed Crow remanded Alphonse Red Crow, 20, of Cardston was remanded in. Leth- bridge magistrate's court this morning to Dec. 3, for a pre- liminary hearing to be held in Cardston. Bed Crow has been charged with non-capital mur- der and criminal negligence. He is charged with the Oct. 31 death of his father, Allan Red Crow, 46, in an incident near the Cardston town limits. The mother of the youth, Mary, suffered extensive injuries in :he same accident. Both were in a collision with a car driven 3y then: son. Delegates to the first annual Unifarm convention next month in Edmttntom will have to choose a new president. Paul Babey, first president ol Special training programs proposed for south fanners social change and educational requirements during the next 18 years, and by the year 2000; can the future actaaiy be shaped or does it just happen with humans going along for tte ride; how can the educational system respond to both the pressures and needs of Alba-tans in years ahead; what will Alberta's lifestyle be at the time of its Centennial in 2005. Delegates will discuss a Canada department of manpower and immigration in co-operation with the Alberta department of agriculture and the department of education, has proposed specialized agricultural training programs in southern Alberta this winter. Four-week courses have been tentatively scheduled at the following locations and commencement dates: Taber, Jan. 11, Lethbridge and Cardston, and Burdett, Feb. 1, 1971. The course outline includes today's commercial farm in perspective, farm service agencies, money management, fi-n a n c i n g, marketing, invest-m e n t s, consumer education and business management. The content of a course will be tailored to applicant needs, and will Include special guest lectures. Break-in at school City police report one break and enter over the weekend at Wilson Junior High school. Nothing was reported stolen. Entry was gained by smashing a window. The break in was discovered Sunday Hawaii phont Lethbridge residents and other Albertans now are able to phone Hawaii directly at a saving of 22 to 29 per cent, an Alberta Government T e 1 e-phones spokesman The Herald in a telephone interview Monday. Due to technical developments and establishment of a direct distance dialing rate reduced night and Sundays remain unchanged at 'or three minutes. DDD calls at .night and Sundays are reduced from io for the first three minutes and from to for each additional minute, a 29 per cent rate reduction. DDD to Hawaii has been In effect about a month now. Qualified applicants will be entitled to full tuition payments and on training allowance if qualified under the Adult Oc- cupational Training Act. Interested farmers are re- quested to complete applica- tion forms by Dec. 15. The forms are available from dis- trict agriculturists' offices. system between Canada and Hawaii, reduced rates were able to be put into effect last weekend. The reductions apply only to ODD calls. Person-to-person calls are unchanged. DDD day calls (6 a.rc. to 6 p.m.) are reduced 22 per cent and night calls (6 p.m. to 6 a.m.) are reduced 29 per cent. The AGT spokesman said night calls are of particular im- portance. As Hawaii is three hours behind Alberta time, businessmen can phone from here after 6 p.m. and contact Hawaii businessmen at their offices, a 29 per cent rate reduction. Person-to-person calls to Ha- waii during weekdays remain unchanged at ?9 for three min- utes. HDD calls weekdays are re- duced from to for the first three minutes and from to for each ad- ditional minute, a 22 per cent rate reduction. Person-to-person calls at Kindergarten on reserve ready in '71 Tenders have been called open for the construction of a kindergarten on the Blood Indian Reserve. G. J. Bowen, engineering di- rector for the department of Indian affairs and northern development said this morning in .Ottawa, the school will make use of jnoveable par- titions to give it flexibility. The foui' room kindergarten will have a capacity for about 120 children, ages four and five years. It is scheduled for completion nest summer. Tenders close Dec. 17. the Alberta farm organisation, has announced that he will not seek re-election when the 60C delegates from Unifarm dis- tricts and member organiza- tions hold their meeting December 8-11. Mr. Babey served as presi- dent of the Farmers' Union of Alberta from 1983 until the group amalgamated with the Alberta Federation of Agricul- ture in March of this year. During the past seven years he has served as an official of pro- vincial and national fwm or- ganizations. He is a member of the Economic Council of Can- ada and earlier this year was appointed by wheat board Min- ister Otto Lang to a special committee dealing with the marketing of rapeseed. In a letter to Unifarm offi- cials announcing his decision Mr. Babey said: I do so because it has al- ways been my belief that lead- ers should not stay in office _ too long. Seven years is a long time sufficient to implement my ideas." He added: "An organization's strength must be in a collective, all-out effort by everyone, rather than hi reliance on any individual." THE OPERATIONS OF NEUFELDT INDUSTRIES LTD. of COAIDAIE and UTHBRIDGE Will BE Closed at Noon Tuesday, December 1st Out Of Respect To The Late JOHN J. NEUFELDT Founder of Firm, WHO PASSED AWAY SATURDAY, NOV. 28th. The hazards of towing per- sons behind a vehicle are nu- merous, both to the persons be- ing towed and oilier Banff school has series on the arts The Banff School Fine Arts last week initiated a se- ries of Sunday lectures, musi- cals, drama and films for the enjoyment of tourists to Banff National Park. Headed off Nov. 22 by W. 0. Mitchell of Jake and the Kid fame, the series featured the showing of some segments of Sir Kenneth Clark's 13-part Civilisation series Nov. 29. Duo pianists Garth Bectett and Boy McDonald are on Dec. 6; and more of Civilisation, Dec. 13. The Banff Children's choral and community Christmas con- cert be given Friday, Dec. 18. The Lorenz brothers, four Yugoslavian musicians and mezzo soprano Eva Novak- Houska will appear Dec, 20. Dec. 27 there will be a Ski Club Film Festival. VAKIED SPECIES About 11 species of Arctic terns have been recorded in Canada. RED CROSS QUOTA 900 PINTS Blood Donors Clinic CIVIC SPORTS CENTRi DECEMBER 1-2-3 p.m. to 3 and 6 to 9 p.m. o.m. ond 6-9 f.m. the difference between LIFE ond DEATH may be the availability of BLOOD Be a RED CROSS BLOOD DONOK ATTEND THE ALL NEW A.N.A.F.-UNIT 34 IN THE CLUBROOMS COR. 5th AVE. and 6lh ST. S. TUESDAY, DEC. 1st First 12 Games First Card Others 25c each 7 No, Jackpot (increase! weekly) 2nd 7 No. Jackpot (increases weekly) Extro 5 Games Cards 2Je ea. or 5 for Blackout in 49 Numbers All regular games pay double If wan in 7 not. or leu Far A.N.A.F. Members and their guests Giidden Paint Centre Shop and save at Giidden Paint Centre this week. Everything you need to dress up the home for holidays! SCOTCH PINE TREES 6-foot with 109 tips. Com- plete with stand and pack- ing box. Regular 22.95. Chrijfmos 4 O QC Special...... IO.DP 7-foot with 123 Hpi. Com- plete with stand and pack- ing box. Regular 27.50. Christmas 59 Qf% Special tfc.WW 6-foot with 123 tips. Corn- s with stand and ing box. Regular 25.95. Christmas Of? 7-foot with 147 tips. Com- plete with stand and pock- ing box. Regular 31.95. Christmas OC QC Special......fcOiVW t 6-foot with 123 tips. Com- plete with stand and pock- ing box. Regular 25.95. Christmas QC with 147 tips. Com- plete with stand and pack- ing box. Regular 31.95. Christmas OC QC Special......CO.Sf 0 Convenient Termil No Interest Or Carry! ng Charges! Take Up To 6 Months To Pay Giidden Paint Centre 318 7lh STREET SOUTH PHONE 328-4595 Be Sure to Support Ifie Y's Men's Club Nov. 30th and Dec. 1st NUT DRIVE Starting at 6 p.m. MONDAY and TUESDAY EVENINGS BE SURE TO IEAVE YOUR PORCH LIGHTS ON PER BOX j.OO PROCEEDS TOWARD MAINTAININO YMCA 5HVICES ;