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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, ,971 EXHIBIT OF MEDALS The Alexander Galf Museum has come into another prize exhibit, the war medals posthumously awarded to Robert Angus MacKay in Hie First World War. M. A. MacKay, of Black Mountain, Norfh Carolina, sister of fiaberf, sent rhe medals to George Watson, curator of the museum for display purposes. In a letter to Mr. Walson, Mrs. MacKay said she was delighted lo learn ihof Lethbridge had a museum where medals can be displayed and preserved. Mr. Mac- Kay had enlisted in Ihe armed services in Vancouver. The museum is still interested in receiving donations for dis- play purposes, and all items should bo cleared through Mr. Watson- LDS stake centre dedication Nov. 10 all i 1 Dedication ceremonies will cation was delayed until be held Nov. 10 for the new debts were paid. Church cf Jesus Christ of Lat- I New appointments were an- ter-Daj Saints Lethbridge Stake Bounded and confirmed by Centre. Elmo E. Fletcher, president of the Lethbridge Slake, made the announcement at the quar- terly conference in Lelhbridge. The date also marks the 50th anniversary of the Lethbridge Stake and festivities for the two events will be combined. The building, at Scenic Drive French, Kichard Fairbanks and Ronald Legpe were appointed to the Young Men's Mutual Im- provement Association. Appointed to the Young Wo- and 28lh St. S.. has been in men's Mutual Improvement As- use since January but the dcdi-1 sociation board were Geraldine Fairbanks. Donna Steed, Melva Crane, Thclma Smith and Deb- ra Whilehead. William Baker was called to votes of the congregation at the; be assistant stake clerk and quarterly conference. j Elizabeth Burr, Maxine Jensen, Dr. Robert Taylor was ap-' wilma F- Londeau, Oneta N. pointed to the High Council, j Billingsly, Gertrude Webster and Doris Oler to the Slake Re- lief Society board. Gordon Stevens. Clifford Games fad popular in Lethbridge as nation-wide craze continues Looking for ideas [or lliat Christinas shopping list? A good bet for the adults on the list is a game, especially if it is one the whole family can play. Reports from Lethbridge stores that handle games indi- cate a noticeable upsurge in sales in the past year or so for games designed for adults. Most of the best sellers, how- ever, are the kind of game the entire family (excluding the young children i can enjoy to- gether. The Joca! scene seems to fol- low a nation wide craze for adult games that has develop- ed in the past few years. Some of the "executive games" which have gone over well in other parts of the coun- try seem, however, to be doing less-well locally. One department store report- ed rather poor sales for such executive games as Sandbox, The Hooker. Courtship and Ac- tion Reaction. Sandbox was a particularly slow seller, while Action Reaction did better than most. A local wholesale operation noted a big increase last year, Chamber representatives hold meeting in Red Deer Commerce and industrial de- velopment of the Canadian north was the main topic of discussion at a chamber of Changes were also made in the University Ward organiza- tion. Leland C. Crapo and Da- vid Brian hvassa are counsel- lors to Bishop B. Wayne llat-j kin. David L. Ifarriy was named ward executive secretary, D. G. Brett Jensen ward clerk Richard B. EUingson usher. Smith back Dr. Sam Smith has been released from his contract as president of tne Universi- ty of Lethbridge, effective Jan. 1, 1972. The contract, which began May 30, 1967, was to expire next June. However, Dr. Smith recent- ly requested release from the contract before that time to assume the position of pro- vost of Slaunaola Campus of the United States Internation- al University, Hawaii. University of Lethbridge board of governors and the new president, Dr. Bill Beckel, approved the request last weekend. Dr. Beckel will lake over the position Jan. 1. LCC quarter-horse films continue on Thursday Merriman funeral today Funeral service was to be held this afternoon in Calgary for Dr. Mo Merriman of the animal diseases research insti- tute west of Lethbridge. He died in Edmonton's Uni- versity Hospital Monday follow- ing heart surgery a week prior. Dr. Merriman was in charge of immunology research and diagnostic testing at tlie re- search institute. He received his doctorate of veterinary medicine in Punjab in 1949 and his M.Sc, at the University of British Columbia in 1960. He worked for a year as an inspector in an Edmon- lon packing plant before join- ing the staff at the research in- slitutc here in 1961. Survivors include his wife and two children. They resided at the research station. commerce directors' meeting held in Red Deer over the week- end. Wilf Bowns, manager of the Lethbridge Chamber and Jack Lakie, Alberta chamber zone director for Lelhbridge, repre- sented the Lethbridge chamber at the meting. The subject wW be disuss- ed further at the 34th annual Chamber meeting to be held next May at Grande Prairie. The directors also discussed relations be t w e e n individual chambers and the federal and provincial chambers at the Red Deer meeting. White Heather here Sept. 21 The fall While Heather Con- cert sponsored by the Scot's Committee of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church will be held in the Paramount Theatre Sept. 21 at 8 p.m. Andy Stewart irill again headline the star cast with Jimmy Blue on accordion, Aby Morrison, tenor, Anna Desti, soprano, Nancy Hays, highland dance, and Mark Simpson, piano. Tickets for the event arc available at Leister's Music. sufficient to leave the firm with not enough stock to go around. This year they have increased their stock in preparation for a continuation of the grown-up game craze. They listed Monopoly as the big seller, ns did several re- tailers. Yahlzc, Hook and SLock- ticlt-r are also doing well. Even chess sets are selling better than they did a few yars ago. The move toward games as a form of entertainment appears to extend to teen agers and youngsters, at least for several of the local stores. Department stores generally reported over all increases in games sales in recent years, with the largest increases in Ihe adult variety. Life, Pokeno, Scrabble, Risk and puzzles such as Instant Insanity are good sellers. One store said family games such as Probe are selling par- ticularly well. While sophisticated adult games are the fad for the "smart adult set" in larger cen- tres, family oriented games appear to hold sway in Leth- bridge. ROTARY ATTENDANCE RECORD Art Rutland of fhe Lefhbridgo Dovvnrown Rotary Club, who hasn't missed a regular noon luncheon meeting for 45 consecutive years is piesented with a pin commemorating the achievement by club president Dick Williams The fourth in a series of color documentaries on The Quarter Horse is slated for the Lelh- bridge Community College Thursday at 8 p.m. in Room 60 of the Kate Andrews Building. Sponsored by the School of i Continuing Education, the film will be hosted by representa- equestrian program on cam- pus. The hour-long film traces the history of the Quarter Horse from cow work on the range to rodeo and performance events. Skilled riders and perfectly- trained horses are shown in demonslra lions of western DR. SAM SMITH We can lend to nearly every type of enterprise: manu- facturing wholesale and retail trade tourism and recreation... construction agriculture transporta- tion and storage. K you need.financial assistance 1o start, expand, or modernize a business anywhere in Canada, we invite you to discuss your requirements wilh us. tives of the award winning i horsemanship skills. Off'Campus U of L art RAYMOND (HNS) An ofi- campus university art 2150 drawing course is scheduled for anyone interested. The course will be taught Tuesday evening at 7. The instructor from the University of Leth- bridge, H. A. Hicks, will be at the elementary school Sept. 14. It will last until December. Stu- dents interested in the art course may register up to Sept. 25. Registration is to be at the elementary school during the first evening or at the Univer- INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT BANK TEflM FINANCING FOFfCANAOIAN BUSINESSES UTHBRIDGE, Alia.: 740-llh Avo. Soulh-Tol.; 328-0681 Jenkins visits Grizzly District PtNCHER CREEK (Special) Jenkins, regional scout executive, was a guest of the Grizzly District Council of Ihe Boy Scouts of Canada at their recent meeting. Mr. Jenkins discussed the 1971-72 member- ship registration and other new regional developments. An out- line of instructions for the reg- istration procedure was given. This season there are two new badges available, t h e first of which is a 1371-72 mem- bership flash which is given to the boys at registration. Sec- ondly, there is a badge for lead- ers depicting whether they are cub leaders, scout leaders or venturers. Mr. Jenkins urged the group 'o encourage eligible members Lo apply for the Golden Tent Peg Award, wluch is awarded on the basis of good camping standards, have a written log record of camp and have ot least 50 per cent of the boys participating. They must also camp according to Ihe policy organization and rules. sity of Lethbridge continuing education department. During the 1970-71 winter months, f w o courses were taught at Raymond: Art design 2300 and reading education 4250. The success of the two courses with a registration of 40 students brought about enough enthusiasm for application lo be made to have more courses taught this season. Mrs. Mitsua Tsuji, public relations officer for the group sponsoring the course, has stated if enough in- terest is shown early in the sea- son, one or more courses may bn held early in 1972. AMATEUR RADIO MEETING Tho Southern Alberta Ama- teur Radio Club will hold ils first meeting of the year Sept. 17 at 8 p.m. in the Gns Com- pany Auditorium, 410 Stafford Drive. Everyone interested is invited lo attend. UNITED MOBILE HOME DIVISION Appointment INA LAYCOCK Sales Manager JOG Tarnova has proudly appointed Mrs. Ina Laycoek of ihc city lo tho Soles Dcpl. in Mobile Homo living. Ino has had many yean in real cstato ex- pflrieneo and in Social work. Wo'ro mre sho can tmisj you in your future homo from United Motor Co. lid. Mobile Homfl Division. open the new bubbly! Calona Sparkling White. The new fun wine, with the same popping cork the same natural bubbles as champagne! Weddings, birthdays, anniversaries... when you're choosing wines to celebrate any occasion, look for Catena's new Sparkling White. You'll love it... your guests will love it! -the spirit of hospitality. Represented by L. J. McCuimwss Distillers Agencies Lid. ;