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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta DID "U" KNOW For only a 2 country mllo 30 day triangle trip, Visit Calgary, Van- couver, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Toronto, Winnipeg, Calgary. Stop whore you long as you want. For further details ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END PHONE 328-3201 or 328-6184 The Lethbddge Herald SECOND SECTION Lellibridge, Alberta, Monday, August 23, 1971 PAGES 13 TO 24 ERICKSEN'S PASTRY SHOP 3rd MM. Driv. S. Phone 328-6161 "Thfl Pioneer and lending Rolall Shop In Lethbridge" FINEST QUALITY PASTRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS Teachers without contracts Students back to school on Tuesday II was teacher preparation day in Ijelhbridge today as 4tir> leathers irom the public and separate school districts return- ed to [lie business of education 24 hours before their stu- dents. Bob Kinimitl. superintendent of separate schools and Dr. 0. P. Larson, superintendent of lublic schools, said the teach- ers were back for staff mcet- ngs, setlling-in time, new .eachei's' orientation and a general preparation for Ihe new school year. llr. Kimmitt said (here are 'warm feelings" towards start of the new school year, with a host of staff members busy over the summer prcpar- ,ng the buildings. He said the separate school district will have its best leaching staff in years, and "Ihe students arc Ihe lype which appreciate Rood teach- ers and good buildings." Catholic Central High School teachers began the year with a special mass prepared by one of the teachers. Dr. Larson said each of the principals, vice-principals and department heads in the public system were active in organiz- ing the teacher planning day lo make certain it was a profit able session. lie said he was aware of a j good deal of work done by the various principals for Hie new school year, with an informa- tion bulletin sent to all schools to assure a successful start of the teaching year. "All schools should be off lo a good start due to this pre- planning.1' Dr. Larson said. He indicated UK public sys- tern will have 38 new teachers I for 1971-72 but that ihe nurr.- ber of teachers would remain about (lie same. I Immanuel Cbrislian school also slarls classes Tuesday, with all grades available and new facilities in use for the first full year. The school is a private one, accepting students bv applica- tion, at 802 Glh Ave. N. City teachers will return to Officials of Alberta's 12 lour-1 f Ivi'houl ron; zones decided in CalK a r v I I" "hers and scn00' trustees have been un- cessfully considered by a con- ciliation officer, and teachers will meet early in September with their Medicine Hat coun- terparts to decide what their next stop will be. Lelhbridge and Medicine Hat school districts are bargaining as a single unit this year. Rural and Lethbridge dis- trict schools will not slart classes until Sept. 7, Ihe day after Labor Day, as they are not part of the city's divided school year experiment now in its third year. Tourist bureaus happy IJ370-1971 or 1971-1872 contracts. The mailer has been unsuc- fttfam COMPLETE AIR FEDOR'S REFRIGERATION Ph. A Sheet Metal Ph. 328-5973 Vote: PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE R- J BOB BOGLE X Inserted by: Taber-Warner Progressive Conservative Association THE LAST OUTING M was a good day for it. The sun was shining ana1 the wealher generally was just right. Whal befler way lo spend the last Sunday aflernoon before school starts than rowing on Henderson Lake. The rain came Sunday night, and school, ihe holiday's nemesis, strikes for Lethbridge students Tuesday. But on Sunday, it was n good day for a final spin around ihe lake. The Weatherman says: 'That's its' The 44 days of extremely hot weather enjoyed (or suffered through) by southern Alber- tans for much of July and Au- gust is gone for the year. j According to the local weath- er office the most significant j fact about the Sunday night- Monday morning rain is that j the hot weather was pushed cut in the process, with little likelihood that it for y length of lime this year. Lembridge Window Cleaners "20 Years of Service" PHONE 327-4037 The weather syslcm that I inches may have been the wet- Southern Stationers your BACK-TO-SCHOOL HEADQUARTERS Featuring n complete line of Textbooks Coles Notes Scribblers Exercise Books Drafting Supplies Pens and Crayons Slide Rules Marking Pens Loose Leaf Binders and Refills Your Complete Back-to-School Headquarters 316 7th St. S. Phone 328-2301 OPEN THURSDAY UNTIL 9 P.M, banished the hot spell moved in fi'om the Seattle area around 7 p.m. Sunday and was pretty well gone by (lie time people had arrived at work Monday morning. Between one-half and three- quarters of an inch of rain fell overnight. Except for a couple of breaks, the rain fell steadily through Ihe nighl. Today's predicted high was in the 70 degree range. The weatherman sees a return lo clear weather for Tuesday, but with no cnnlinualion ot the hot spell. The last real rainstorm rec- orded by t h e Lethbridge weather office was July 10, when .45 inches fell on the city. There was a .23 inch rainfall July 20, but since (hat lime there have been only the occa- sional measured amounls ot rain, none of Ilicm significant in terms of moisture. The r'est of the south also re- ported h e a v y rainfall over- night, although Tabcr with LOG lest. Murray McLellan, assistant district agriculturist for the Alberta department of agricul- lurc. said the rainfall is prov- ing to be a hindrance lo farm- ers witii early crops and a Ijooii lo farmers with late cr'ops. He said it will be beneficial lo all farmers wlio seed win- ter wheat, which is usually seeded the first two weeks of September, since it will help the germination process. "Good or bad, on dryland the farmers seem to he able to lake rain whenever can get lie said. at no extra charge... Vednesday Ihev can live wit.ii i "V1, he provincial govern m c n I' s come to lerms lheir proposed new grant formula lo- vards operation of the zones or one year al leasl. The proposal calls for the province, through the Alberta Government Travel Bureau, lo subsidize CO per cenl of Ihe cosl ef oi'l-of-zone advertising done by each of the zones. Tivo major qualifications have been applied by (he gov- ernment to the formula, how- ever, and Frank Smith, mana- ger of the Travel and Conven- tion Association of Southern Alberfa said these wore re- ceived negatively by represen- tati''es lo yesterday's meeting. The AGTB has reserved for itself the right of final appro- val of any proposed advertis- ing promotion, a move decried because of the loss of autonomy each of the local hoards or di-' peclors will suffer. The government has also im- posed an as yet unspecified up- per limit to how much it mil subsidize the zones in any one year. Wednesday's meelmg was ne- cessitated by Ihe earlier rejec- tion of four other new grant formulas which had been ad- vanced by the government. Strom here Tuesday Premier Harry Strom will be in Lethbridge Tuesday to address a Social Credit rally- in the Civic Sports Centre at 8 p.m. Among the Social Credit candidates from southern Al- berta attending the public meeting will be Dick Gmen- wald, Lethbridge West; John Anderson. Letlibridge East; Doug Miller, Taber-Warner; Charles Drain, Pincher Creek-Crowsnest; E. W. Hin- man, Cardston, and Leighton Macleod. SERVICE AND SATISFACTION GARY LIND Call GARY for all your Office Supplies Office Furniture Business Forms Printing Rubber Stamps CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 J3lh Sr. N. Phone 327-4591 Free Cuslomer Parking at Ihe Rear of Our CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denfal Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAE Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 RESIDENTIAL AIR CONDITIONING and WINDOW COOLERS CHARLTON and HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVENUE S. PHONE 328-3388 Advance set Advance voting for the Aug. 30 provincial election will be held Tuesday through Saturday from II a.m. lo 0 p.m. in both Lclhbridgc rid- ings. Anyone who expects lo ho out of lown election day can cast his bal 1 ol at Die ad- vance poll. There is one advance poll in each riding. The Ix'lh- bridgc poll is located at the riding returning office, 2nd Ave. and nth SI. S. The advance for lycthhridge Knst is in Ihe basement of (he Evangelical Kree Church, 1139 Mayor Magrath Drive. GEORGE and ROD Say WE WILL NOT STOP TALKING ABOUT V.D. f must seem that everywhere you turn some- body is harping to you about venereal disease and especially gonorrhea. We admit lo being an ociwe public pleader on trie subject. But frankly its importance is really overwhelming. It con actually affect Ihe whole basic health structure of our country. We could quote you a whole lol of frightening statistics, but statistics do not to impress people lo action unless they or someone close to (hem becomes one. Don't fet if happen. Be- come an activist in a fight where nobody can win and everybody can lose. IF anyone you know has a VENEREAL DISEASE urge ihem to consul) a physician. We recommend "FAMILY RECORD" for your pre- scription requirements. We keep a personal family story on your own private card when you favor us with the privilege of supplying prescribed medications. In Ihfs manner we can assist you in controlling possible Drug Allergies and Sensitivities nnd prevent drun inter reactions in co-operation will) your doctors. This information is immedi- ately available especially when you deal in ano pharmacy. DRAFFIN'S LOCATIONS DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE Hniq Medical Bldg. 601 Ave. S. Call 328-6133 RODNEY 40] 5lh SI. 5. Froo Delivery Call 327-3364 HOLD IT! Are You Thinkma Tires? Read About and Check All The FANTASTIC SUPER COLOSSAL STUPENDOUS TERRIFIC SENSATIONAL VALUES "We Knowingly Undersell" Then Come To Leonards! LEONARD TIRE MART LTD. CHARGE? 1902 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-3580 ;