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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE tETHBRIDGE HERALD Ottobtr 1970 Mobile FIRST AID POST FUNDS TO OPERATE THE FIRST AID UNIT tha John Ambulance Brigade of Leth bridge are to be supplied by the Lakeview Lioni Gordon past president of the presents a cheq ue to Stan secretarytreasurer of the is Phil treasurer of Lakeview The money is an initial amount for the purchase of oil and service for the mobile Proceeds from the Lions annual sucker drive later this month will also be donated to the operation of the it is estimated it will cost per year to keep the unit on the Calgary Judge Agrees To Moderate Legal Forum Judge Quigley of Cal gary has agreed to act as mod erator of The Peoples a public forum on legal problems being held in the Yates Centre Traffic Signals Ready In Month Traffic signals should be in stalled at the comer of 13th and 2 A in about a according to the citys engineering The signal lights are expected to facilitate the flow of traffic in the vicinity of the new Cen tre Village Underground wiring has been completed and the material for the installation should be avail able next Judge a graduate of the University of was admitted to the bar in He was appointed a Queens Counsel in Six years later came his appointment as chair man of the Royal Commission on juvenile He became Master in Cham Supreme Court of Alberta in 1968 and was appointed a judge of the District Court o Southern Alberta in February of this The forum will deal with the legal processes involved in court cases in which the or dinary citizen might find him self Four panel members wil each deal with a particular as pect of Question cards wil be distributed to the audience and the panel will answer as BAZAAR HOW MEIK SUPPER OCTOBER 18TH many questions as time per No admission will be charged and no tickets art needed for the forum which starts at 8 It is being sponsored by The Lethbridge Herald1 in coopera tion with the Lethbridge Bar Association and the Canadian Bar Alberta sub Municipal Election Results In municipal election results published in The Herald Thurs the following centres were omitted by PINCHER CREEK Three vacancies on town Elected were incumbent James newcomer Oliver 246 and newcomer John Other candi date was Gordon Total ballots cast 319 of possi ble Two ballots FORT MACLEOD Three vacancies on town Elected were newcomer Jim 461 and newcomer Frank 400 and in cumbent Floris Other candidates were Lester 268 and Henry Lemire TCASA Plans Are Outlined Frank manager of the Travel and Convention Associa tion of Southern has outlined future programs for expansion of the Concentration would be focus ed on advertising in larger metropolitan areas including the Calgary he use of billboard advertis ing in tihe Calgary area would be tried for an experi mental Building Of New Distillery Depends On Incentive Grant Preliminary plans are pro gressing well on a million liquor distillery for but the project still hinges on whether or not the federal government gives ap proval to a grant under the re gional incentives A decision is expected by the end of the The distillery would be built by International Distillers and Vintners of Eng on a 47acre plot of land north of 9th and east of 28th in north Scheduled to be in operation by the distillery would have a capacity for 000 bushels of grain every year and would employ about 60 per Occasional Flaws String Quartet Competent Group By DEAN BLAIR L quartet of Stradivarius string instruments were in town Thursday night and were play ed in concert at the Yates Memorial Centre by four very competent and sophisticated The event was the opening presentation of the 1970 Overture Concert and the musicians were Allen John William Preucil and Charles Wendt members of the Iowa String Playing before an audterice o about the quartet opens with Hadyns Quartet in Opus Written in 1797 and very much Papa the wor hints in the Largo and Menuet to movements of the cominj Romantic Although th music was adequately played the performance failed to co alesce until near the end of th second In the re maining the performanc captured the delightfu spirit of the middle Scherzo and Nocturne from Borodin String Quarter formed delicious marshmallow spreac between the two more staple works of Haydn and Beethoven As a member of the 19th century group of Russian tionalistic composers known a the Mighty Borodir clothes his exquisite melodies in exotic color and rich arches The hauntingly b e a u t ifu theme from the Nocturne i familiar to all as one of the hi tunes from the Broadway mus and it was good tc hear it back in its rightfu The performance her was one of delicacy and taste The final Beethoven SOUTHMINSTER 5th LETHBRIDGE SCOUT and VENTURER BOTTLE DRIVE South of 3rd Avenue and West of 13th Street South OCTOBER 17th If you are or do not live in this hollies may bo dropped off at Southminsler Church between tho hours of 9 and 12 noon or phone 327 5333 for THIS AD SPONSORED BY THE FOtlOWING COMMUNITYMINDED Irrigation Company D and D Office Cleoners Baxter and Son 1968 Child Problems Meeting Topic The first meeting of the southern Alberta chapter o the Council for Exceptiona Children vas held at the Doro thy Gooder School Guest speaker for the eve ning was Howie Puckett whose lopic was The Emotionally Dis turbed The purpose of the council is to promote the welfare and ed ucation of exceptional children and Puckett ex jlained that emotionally dis children are those who arc handicapped either physic ally omentally in some cases involves the gifted The executive for the south ern Alberta chapter comprises Hurray president pastpresi dent Bill vicepresi dent member ship Howie secre tarytreasurer Charlotte publicity Meetings are held the first Wednesday of every All interested persons are welcome to join the Society Meeting A meeting of the Lethbridge Natural History Society will be held Friday at 8 in the faculty lounge of the science building at the University of Guest speaker Bill bird will show Tripp won the grand prize in a photo contest spon sored by Natural History magazine with a picture of a great horned As the winning photo was being the owl dived at raking his talons through his Six stitches were required to close the String Quartet in Opus demands more musi cal and technical skill than the two previous and the Iowa quartet handled it with energy and The dynamic tension in the resulting from Beetho vens increasing difficulty in fitting his creative energies to the traditional musical moulds he inherited were admirably re flected in the Although the evening was a success over there were occasional Intonation was not in all cases what it should be and at times some of the more rapid articulations were lacking in Yet these were only minor distractions to a most worth while evening of chamber The planned maximum for the plant would be bush els but this amount is not contemplated before Corn appears to be the dis tilling grain the distiller will and the company sees no reason why all of the corn couldnt be grown in southern Norman representa tive for said the firm likes to use about 8090 per cent corn in its distilling process combined with about 10 per cent but adds that the corn will have to be in a com petitive nrice position with rye or the percentage could be al The distillery will purchase two carloads of corn growth hi southern Alberta this as test Liquor produced by the dis tillery would be shipped throughout Canada and the Uni ted States and would include gin and The building of the distillery would also have impor tance to the southern Alberta cattle The plant will have a com plete recovery system whereby screen used for cattle feed would be available after the com is About tons of residue would result from bushels of QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture PHONE 3287684MM NEW BISHOP The Very from 1963 66 rector of Augustines Anglican was elected Thursday as bishop of the AngUcian dloceie of Saska Dean was born in ordained a priest in 1942 following his Lethbridge ap pointed dean of Johns Cathedral in Construction Main Work Around Gty Construction seems to be the main area of work concentra tion in according to officials of the Canada Man power Centre in The construction boom is ex pected to last through much of the winter with sup plies of inexperienced help be ing plentiful while experienced construction workers are Some demand has been ex pressed for carpenters and other skilled labor In gen There is still a surplus of un skilled and semiskilled labor in the Banquet 22 A recognition night for the Alex Gyorfi family Bow Is land will be held in the Burdett Centennial ANNOUNCEMENT Douglas Cooper Formerly of Vancouver will be associated with Wood IN THE PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY Effective October 1970 Appointments may be made now by calling 3278333 Lakeview Medical Dental HollinswDrth COATS FURTRIMMED UNTRIMMED PILE Normal Values To OUR PRICES 20 SUITS Crimp 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