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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, September 19, 1970 You Ask Me.. By STEVE BAREHAM MOVE council last week lo prevent 14 and 15 year olds from getting licences to operate motor scooters smacked of discrimination and was backed by contradictory data. The reasons pushed for climinnting this age group from the traffic flow on city streets were noise pollution and safety. Safety would obviously be the prime reason. Figures pre- sented to council by one alderman were misleading. They suggested the number of scooter accidents for the period from the start of 1970 to now was 29, whereas last year for the same pciicd there were only 19. But what age group is involved in the greatest number of scooter 16 to 20 year group. That's what police records indicate. It would be grossly unjust'to penalize the younger group for this accident increase. And too, you must make a comparison in the number oE scooters in operation during the same periods each year lo get a more accurate evaluation. Maybe the rate didn't even rise on a percentage basis. If, according to the figures presented to council, SO per cent of all the scooter operators are in the 14-15 year age group and the older group has the greater number of acci- dents, doesn't this speak well for the younger? As for noise pollution, I think it's not the smaller scooters ridden by the younger riders that are offensive. The real bark comes from the powerful bikes operated by the older group. The smaller scooters are like bumble bees compared to the lion's roar of the unmuffled big-power bikes. And have you noticed how many of the younger group use their. scooters for part-time jobs and transportation to and from so much for bcmbidg around. Saying these young people are not mature enough to handle scooters fades when you consider the lack of maturity evident in the unfounded "backing" of the motion in council to rescind the privilege of the 14 and 15 year olds having motor scooter operator's licences. TO SYMBOLIZE FOND MEMORY Choose wisely the monu- ment lo honor your loved ones. We will be pleased lo assist you. 1ETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL AND TILE WORKS "Wo Have Been Salisfying Customers for Over.60 Years" 325 8th St. S., Phone 327-3920 Scholarships And Awards At U of L Total MASTER FARM FAMILY A grain farm coupled with a purebred Ab- erdeen Angus collie set up and a commercial feedlol, forms the background for action of the Alex Gyorfi family of Bow Island. The family was one of two in southern Al- berta selected for a Master Farm Family award for 1970. Work in the community, ed- ucational pursuits and approval of neighbors through nomination, are included in the selection for ihe award. Above, left to right, Mrs. Alex Gyorfi; daughter Diane, 14; Mr. Gyorfi and son Fred. The honor includes cash award. A second southern Al- berta farm family, Ed Newton's of Del Bonita, was also given the Master award for 1970, Bow Island Master Farmer Started With Rented Land By STEVE BAKEHAM Herald Farm Writer From an immigrant who ar ved in Alberta from Hungary MARTIN BROS. FUNERAL HOMES LTD. (SECOND GENERATION) Derek and Dale wish to introduce you to John 5. Clarke John It a valid member of our team staff at Mortin Bros., having been wilh us since August, 1965. He is a graduate of the Alberta School of Mortuary Science at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. Graduating in 1963 with top honors and winner of the Alb.erta Funeral Directors Scholarship and ihe Dominion manufacturers award, also )he only known Certificate of Proficiency from this school. John, along with his wife, Denies, and their children, Ken, Lorraine and Barbara, have been a very valuable family to our Soulhern. Alberta community since arriving here in 1955. He is also an active member of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, and on Board of managers. We are pleased and consider it an honor to have John as a member of our staff, as he is well- qualified to serve any South Alberta -family, should the need ever arise. Now Two Chapels Serving Lethbridge and District SOUTH The Traditional Chapel 812 3rd Avenue South NORTH The Memorial Chapel 703 13th Street North in 1929 to an Alberta Mast Farmer is no small accomplis ment. Alex Gyorfi Jr. of Bow Islan showed it is not impossible one has Ihe will and determin liuii. Mr. Gyorfi started tannin on 22 quarter sections of re land, and as his assets creased, started buying h own land. Today his farm co sists of acres. Mr. Gyorfi follows a strip cropping program' typical the area. About 45 per cent iis land is in fallow each year another 45 per cent is used fo growing cereal and oilsee crops and 10 per cent is in fo age and pasture. To comple ment his grain enterprise Mr Gyorfi keeps a breeding herd o "10 purebred Angus females an 'eeds out 150 steers each year Mr. and Mrs. Gyorfi were married in 1947. One of the first ventures was to take on contract to haul sugar beets Mr n-yorfi recalls.. After workin hroughout the fall, the coup] was able to pay for then- truck. Mr. Gyorfi was instrumenta n the formation of the Bow Is and Rural Electrification As sociation 13 years ago, and i till a director. He served fo even years .as president of th ocal telephone company and i till a director. He has been member of the Farmers Unior f Alberta, now Unifarm, fo lany years, and served on the ocal advisory committee the ybcrta Wheat Pool. He has been president of the Bow Island Sugar Beet Grow ers Association and played an active role in forming the Bow Island Gas Co-op. The Gyorfi's have three chil dren, Leona 21, is a lab tech- nician at Calgary; Fred 19, jus completed his first year univer- Dog Training Starts Oct. 6 The Lethbridge and District Kennel Club will commence dog training classes Oct. 6 from 7-9 p.m. in the 4-K Building, Lethbridge Exhibition Gro'onds. Total cost for this beginners class is per dog. Leashes are supplied. Entrants will need a well-fitting choke chain. Any dog six months old is el- igible for training. BUSINESS JOTTINGS Oliver Chemical Co. Ltd. of Lo'Jibridge has been awarded a membership in the Clay 500 Club for 1970. The award li made t o dealers who qualified in sales, installation ml service of Clay farm ment. sity in agricultural and econom- ics engineering. He rents land from his father for one-third share. The last Gyorfi child, Diane, 14, is in Grade 9. Thirty scholarships and awards whose value approach- ed including continua- tion to other years in some cases, were awarded at !Jie third annual University of Leth- bridge awards night Friday. Donors or their representa- tives were at t'n.5 banquet, seat- ed wilh the students to whom they were presenting recogni- tion. Robin Dann, U of L students society council president, salt he found it "comforting to know that so many good people are behind adding the money was much appreciated by uni- versity students in general as well as the particular recip- ients. Scholarships and their recip- ients were as follows: The Parsons Electric Scholarship, Concert Series Opens Oct. 5 Tickets are expected to go on sale early next week for the 1970-71 University o[ Leth- bridge Concert Series. The six-concert series, enter- ing its fourth season will open Oct. 5 at the Yates Memorial Centre with a performance by the University of Alberta String Quartet. The quartet which has ap- peared previously in Leth- bridge, comprises Thomas Ral- ston, violin; Lawrence Fisher, violin; Michael Bowie, viola: and Claude Kenneson, cello. No Tenders On 30 Acres The city of Lethbridge re- ceived no purchase tenders for a 30-acre parcel of land ad- jacent lo and west of Stafford Drive and 17 Ave. N., Leth- bridge, scheduled as a poten- tial mobile home site. Tenders on the parcel closed at 2 p.m. Friday. Cars Collide Giagomo Tonin, 2716 23 Ave. S. Lethbridge and Robert Jo- seph Dwyer, 1G11 24 St. S., Lethbridge were involved in a ;wo car collision Friday on Scenic Drive and 20 St. S. Damage was estimated at No injuries were repovt- ed from the accident. AU concerts start at and will be held at the Yates. Cellist Edward Bisha of the U n i v e r sity of Saskatchewan will psrform at the second con- cert, Nov. 4. The Lethbridge and District Young Artists' Concert, for- merly sponsored by the Leth- bridge M n L' i c CJub, will run Jan. 20. Pianist Harold Zabrack of St. Louis, Missouri, will appear Feb. 10. Mr. Zabrack was the piano adjudicator at the 1970 Lethbridge and District Ki- wanis .Music Festival. Violinist Francis Chaplin of Manitoba's Brandon University and a past performer in U of L series will be featured in the March 15 concert. The final concert April 7, will be highlighted by the Uni- versity of Lethbridge Choir, conducted by music depart- ment chairman Professor Lu- cien Needham. Tickets will be available at Leister's Music Store, univer- sity music department office and the main office. Debra L Kommcl; fhe Roynl Cana- dian Lcjiion Dominion Command Bur- sary, Hilda Regehr; the Roynl Cana- dian Legion Albcrla Command sary, DceWlnlon nrooks; The William Asbury Buchanan Bur- sary, Deborah Brcwsler; Ida Cana- dian Sugar Factories Award, Joseph Chlng; The Judge Louis Sherman Tur- cotlft Award, Janey Van Dyko; The Lelhtirldgp and District Chir- tcrfid Acco'jnlanlE' Assrclallon Schol- arship, Judilh Bakos; Iho Lclhbrldgu and Dlslrlcl Dental Society Scholar- ship, Robert G. Geldrclch; The B'nal B'rllh Scholarship Leroy Lltlle Bear; the Japanese-Canadian Citizens' Association Scholarship, Wendy C. Fox; the faculty of Arls and Science Gold Medal and Scholar- ship, w. Douglas Maxwell; The University of Lelhbrldge Re- search Scholarship In Arls and Sci- ence, two awards: Reginald Newklrk and Mrs. Valeryc A. Hunl; the Gtorgc Ellis Research Scholarship In Arts id Science, Dennis R. Burton; The Crown Zellerbach Foundallon Scholar- ship In Arts and Science, Donald 5. Hall; The Alfred nnd Blanche WcGuIra Scholarship Iwo awards: Marvin L. Irwln and Mulloy G. Hsnsen; the :t L President's Scnolarshfp In Arls and Science. Brian J. Slemko; The Thomas J. Watson Memorial Bur- sary, Mrs. Toyo Kawamura; The Leister's Music Limited Award In Music, Mrs. Linda R. Schmold; the mperlal Order Daughters of the Em- pire Awards tn Music, three awards: Terry Lee Wolsey, Leanne C. and Kfllhleen L. Roll; The William Aberhart Gold Medal and Scholarship In Educallon, Mrs. Georgia Fooks; Iho E. C. Miller Schol- arship In Education, Elvira A Hu- bert; Alberta Teachers' Association, Lclhbridge Local scholarship, Terry zookf The Mildred Rowe Weslon Bursary, William T. Fukami; the Crown Zeller- :ach Foundation Scholarship In Edu- callon, Mrs. Erma Shaw; the U of L President's Scholarship In Education Mrs. Janette Sheets. see page HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. S. Phone 32S-177B FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS InvifaJioni Announcement! (24 Hour Service If Necessary) Bride Books Matches Thank You Cardi We provide Complimentary Personalized Head Table Piece Cards wilh each Orderl FREE CUSTOMER PARKING New for 1971 Come in and view the newest in office furniture on display in our newly enlarged premises. STAN WORBOYS MANAGER FINE OFFICE FURNITURE Office Desks Office Sealing Filing Cabineli Steel Safes Typewriters Adding Machines Photocopiers Time Clocks Stenacord Diddling Machines Slcnoretle Dictating Machines DUANE (PAT) PATTERSON DICK VANDER MOLEN The Finest In OFFICE FURNISHINGS Authorized Spies and Service For ell Smith- Corona Products! Specializing in service to all mokes of Portable Typewriters and Adding Machines Manual and Electric. Quality Workmanship Guaranteed Lethbridge Office Furniture 316 7'h Street S. (lower floor) Limited Phont 358-7411 ;