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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, January 10, 197] THE LETHHIDGE HfRAlD 11 Library site approval iu til t Approval of the simply a long range allow groups such as School sile for the new this he Canada Art Circuit library building has the architect large displays to hopes that the city may get art gallery sometime in cultural director civic art on the 'Central has also suggested The site is near the others have expressed officials that the new Arts Centre, the Yates that a gallery be include a place lo show1 orial Centre and other dvic in plans for the hire and recreation library in creation of a Library architect Waterfield, manager lighted and Watson has admitted that Bowman Arts Centre place to civic art gallery was in library would be an and other artifacts when preference was for a gallery since partly from terms in the I by many officials for the be able to browse of the late Donald tral School who left a ITE "I'd really appreciate it if Evins, a director of collection to the didn't put a dollar value on Allied Arts Council, Buchanan, the proposed art gallery, gallery room with the of the late Senator W. A. Buchanan a publisher of left terms in his Sketches the collection is to be displayed together, in a properly-maintained art centre in for public Opinion differs as to whether this condition has been satisfied. George Dew, chief city and past president Sketch drawings have take about one year to Allied Arts Council, started for the proposed council on Jan. 4 Bayly, Yates theatre 000 public library, the Central School feel there is no George Watson said an earlier in the city to display It will be roughly twi> reject the site leaving it W before the building is for possible conunerc i a Bayly said in an ed at the site of the old that the collection is School between Sth and 9tih George Dew lock and key at Yates on 5th Ave., he the council for civic art gallery is Sketch plans will take four its decision and Buchanan collection five months to complete, for future needs 32 paintings, including must be submitted for both R a o u 1 Dufy brary board and city library board and a Goodridge groups 23 artifacts, among them Then working drawings, that the library will sculpture by pected to take six months, the core of a civic photographs, and a be prepared before the city that already Bill Mundell, seek tenders for Yates Memorial Centre, of Royal Trust Tenders will take one Arts Centre and firm that handed the said Mr. and recreation estate, said terms of ft The new library is have been Inadequate delivery costs Canada grain REGINA, Sask. The (the producers) Coulter said now is _ ery system is the most to gain, so we are to start sending force in Canadian motivated in the this type throughout (oday, according to a these he in order to develop ft ewan director of the are always for the Canadian Wheat Growers' lip service to producers said PWGA feels this A Alan Coulter of Stranraer, more involved in is a move in the right miles northwest of here, cheir own products. but that it should many sales amounting to the initiative up on a large ands of bushels of grain being lost because of quate delivery methods. "Nobody can say all that can be done is being done as long as there are sales being he said. He pointed to a 100 day dock strike in the U.S. which occurred while the Canadian livery system was Dowling, Alberta Macleod A He said Canada had an without portfolio minister said in his usual opportunity during that strike to sell huge amounts tourism said today he is still uncertain whether be Eowly McFarlane, deputy minister of tourism and grain, but in Fort Macleod 12 and Doug Evans, Mr. Coulter said the to the chamber of of the Alberta is not fully exploiting (he Bureau will be in ket potential of the new of the Travel Jan. 12. oDed in Canada This ifi e n t i o n Association Dowling hinted at ft Alberta have financial assistance Something must be done a meeting at Fort government for the because the economic 2 p.m. Jan. 12, hoping "Sight, Sound and of the Prairies is at stake, Mr. Dowling before pageant planned 4% meeting at 6 this August and The Palliser Wheat Dowling said he has and 1974 centennial Association is in the process by Premier Peter in southern setting up a feed wheat to be at a caucus the arrival of sion to Southeast Asia to Mounted Police, tify the market potential said if he cannot make of the to try to find out how to he will attempt to not in a position to February meeting of announcement at the he said, "because Poultry in the middle of fighting over the budget." However, he said every part of Alberta has been included in budget expenditures got fshot in "we're hoping for some- thing by next year for sure if not for this Tlie poultry industry in Alberta in the hope it's greatest "shot in [he could get a better in history" with the passage than in Iheir home IK the national farm products took until 1971 for the Mj keting bill C-176 said the provinces to Lowen, Fort Macleod fit said producers in 1 1.1 Bill C-17G is enabling Quebec were cul back lion which allows for the establishment of a national marketing boards so they could produce only 40 per ing council which can capacity in order lo mend to the federal 1971 72 Kinsmen TB ment the establishment of said in October 1971 Seal Campaign has tional marketing agencies marketing boards 95.4 per cent of its farm commodity verbally agreed lo objective. 'en lie said the poultry products in other was added lo the cers in Alberta "survived" during the past 1066 only by becoming more the new bill, we the total donated to ficient through a national The campaign con- and by increased which will control at the end of this Poultry marketing he may be sent lo 415 were, established in Ilic province in 19GG nnd these will help !he price of poultry for the producer Tnisl Building, Lcth- _ stopped unneccssnry the poultry industry duction, he workers noted that There was a 10 per cent stated that in 1M9 he had an enviable back in production that per pound for controlling which helped put the poultry on an oven ready Kong, wilh n duslry hnck on in tlw feed mills of over 4 million, "11 nlso helped lo about 40 cents per more (ban new the price lie he snid, turkey of TD Insl yenr Me mentioned thnl Ilic .IB eenls or eonls with Alberta where s inces cast of Alberto still In stores while wages oases were reported In pered local producers by mills have risen to H with a population production. They dumped QQBnDi.1 Store-Wide Clearance I FEATURING PRICES YOU HAVE TO SEE TO BELIEVE 'RED TAGGED" TO CLEAR OUR FLOORS FOR INCOMING 1972 MERCHANDISE. YOU WILL RECOGNIZE THE SAVINGS ON THIS ANNUAL CLEARANCE OF FLOOR SAMPLES, DISCONTINUED STYLES AND ODD ITEMS. OUT THEY GO BECAUSE IT'S OUR BIGGEST SALE OF THE YEAR THERE'S NEVER BEEN ANYTHING LIKE ITI CHESTERFIELD SUITES and LOVE SEATS I 2-Modern Love Seats Floral................................. Tynan 2 Pee. Chesterfield Suite Gold.................................. Tynan Modern 2 Pee. Suite Am. Colon I Tynan Contemporary 2 Pee. Suite Assl. Colors Tynan 2 Pee. Chesterfield Blue Kroehler 2 Pee. .Colonial Suite ASJI. colors I 2 Pee. Colonial Chesterfield Suite.< Floral I 2-Love Seats Blue flotnl............................ I 2 Pee. Drop Lounge Blue i 2 Pee. Chesterfield Suites Assl. colors............... CHESTERFIELD BEDS i Pull Out Chester Bed Ailt. colors CHAIRS i Recliner Chairs Asst. fabrics Kroehler Chair Velvet Blue Tynan Colonial Swivel Rocker Red...................... Kroehler Platform Rockers Assl. colors Kroehler Naugahyde Recliners Ant. colors Tynan Red Velvet Chair DINING ROOM SUITES 9 Pee. Modern Suite light Colored Wood Odd Dining Room Walnut Table TVs and STEREOS 19" Admiral Portable 25" Westinghouse Color Modern Swivel Cabinel 23" Westinghouse Color Walnut Cabinet Modern Stereo Modern Style MAJOR APPLIANCES Westinghouse Gas Dryers While 30" Gas Range White Westinghouse 10 Cu. Ft. Fridge While 24" G.E. Electric Range While Westinghouse 13 Cubic Foot Frost Free Fridge While Admiral Side By Side Fridge Freezer Copper 23 Cubic Foot Freezer While........ BEDROOM FURNITURE Modern Styled 3-Piece Suite Door Dresser 54-60 Headboard. Green Spanish Styled 3-Pce. Suite In Ook. 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Phono 327-8578 CONVENIENT TERMS AVAH.AWEI OPEN TILL o P.M. WEDNESDAY AND 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAYI HUNDREDS Of OTHER ITEMS! IITTM HURRY AS ALL MERCHANDISE IS SUBJICI TO PRIOR SAlcl ;