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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta NOW IS THE TIME TO START THINKING ABOUT YOUR CHRISTMAS VACATION HAWAII, MEXICO, OR THE CARIBBEAN ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Lethbtidge Herald SECOND SECTION LeLhbridgc, Alberta, Wednesday, June 21, 1972 PAGES 17 TO 28 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4th AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 "Do you have a spare pair of glcmei for holiday CLEAN FIRE EXTINGUISHER Cify firefighter Harvey Jackson is shown practicing with a Jet-x nozzle and detergent and water foam solution, while firefighter Don Firth looks on. The apparatus can be used to fight petroleum fires fires which firefighters could not otherwise reach. The foam pictured above is made by mixing a special detergent wilh water under pressure. One gallon of the detergent com- bines with gallons of water to make the foam. A fire official said the carbon dioxide bubbles in the foam prevent oxygen from reach- ing the fire and smothers The flames. One fault found with the Jet-x unit is its very short range. In an actual fire situation the firefighter using it must be protected from the heat by a jet of water from another hose. Butter-color margarine to be produced here By H1C SWII1ART Herald Staff Writer Western Canadian Seed Pro- cessors Ltd. in Lethbridge will expand operations shortly due to the change in provincial statutes allowing butter color margarine sales in Alberta. With the largest margarine plant in Western Canada, the local company will add up to 10 employees in its margarine plant with a double shift, to cope with the expected increase in demand. More staff will also have to Indian French language controversy stirs again By GREG McINTYRK Herald Staff Writer Discontent was expressed nt a cultural heritage conference at Edmonton over the empha- sis given French as the second ANNUAL PRE-INVENTORY SALE VASES ft ORNAMENTS NOVELTIES PLAQUES GIFTS I CANDLES on 50 SAVINGS MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Phone 327-1515 language, said two delegates who were there from Leth- bridgc. Kyoto Shigehiro, a Canadian of Japanese origin and Erwin Fellner, of Austrian origin said most delegates felt other languages such as German and Japanese should be given more support. Mr. Fellner said there should be more choice of a second language course given school students and more foreign lit- erature at public libraries. Public libraries at Calgary arid Edmonton might build large foreign language and cul- ture collections and make them available for circulation ta other libraries in the province, he suggested. The conference felt the free- dom to retain cultural identity should be written into the AI- berta Bill of flights, said Mr. Shigehiro. Government support should also be increased to group, wishing to operate foreign Ian- CLIFF" Certified Penlol Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 BE SURE TO ATTEND THE CARDSTON RODEO Fri. and Saf., June 23-24, 8 p.m. WESTERN STRAW FELT HATS by Bailey and Resfstol WESTERN SUITS AND SPORT JACKETS by Prince Clothing WESTERN SUCKS by Levis and Cloll-.ina We carry over 6000 pairs of Jenm and Casuols by Leo. and Wrangler. WESTERN BOOTS- by Tony tamo, Justin, Texas, Bighorn, and Cowtown. WESTERN SHIRTS by Tem-Tex, Kormon, and Miller WESTERN WEAR USE YOUR CHARGEX a iih Storet S. WE TAKE GRAIN IN TRADE Phono 328-4726 guage schools, practise folk dancing and other ctluiic activ- ities, he said. An advisory committee to consist of representatives of various cultural groups in Al- berta was suggested by Horst Schmid, minister of culture, youth nnd recreation to the conference. The Lethbridge delegates said the conference decided to leave establishment of the com- mittee to Mr. Schmid, who hinted that it could be created in a few montlis. It would provide a vehicle for communication and plan- ning between the government and the various ethnic groups in Alberta. Film is Canadian-produced A medium budget Canadian film is being shot at an aban- doned farm between Cardston and Spring Coulee. A Vancouver-based company, Pacific Rim Films Ltd., began shooting the project June 8 and still has about three weeks shooting left, said pro- ducer James Margellos of Van- couver. The story, tentatively named Out, was written by former Letbbridge resident Bill Fruet, now of Toronto. It tells of a man in his 30s who attempts to "drop out" by moving to a farm where he sets up a radio NDPs nominate June 28 The New Democratic Party will hold its Lethbririge federal riding nomination meeting June 28 at 8 p.m. in Rainbow Hall, 5th Avc. N., just east of 13th St. Candidates who have declar- ed themselves to date are: Rudy Haugeneder, 25, a re- porter with The Herald; and Hal Hoffman, 37, a mechanics instructor at the Lethbridge Community College. Nominations will be allowed from the floor. Provincial NDP secretary Bill Dryden is expect- ed to chair the meeting. Anglo Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 419 5lh Street South Phone 328-6922 Government Licensed Technician Repairs to Radios, Televisions and Tape Recorders. SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO Former Fort Macleod mayor Ken Hurlburt has been nomi- nated federal Progressive Con- servative candidate. The Liber- als have not yet held their nomination meeting. Tlie Social Credit Party has not indicated it will field a candidate. station and produces a rock music show. His program gains notoriety, he becomes involved with a girl and pressures eventually force the hero to abandon his rural setting. Six principle actors in a total crew of 25, mostly from Toron- to and Vancouver began the film June 1, said Mr. Mar- gellos. A week of shooting in Van couver will follow the southern Alberta stay and the film should be edited and ready for distribution by October, he said. Money for production came from the Canada B'ilm Develop- ment Corp. and investors in Eastern Canada, said the pro- ducer. The main actor is LuJce Askew of Hollywood, and the Bell ringers draw packed house The Wesley Bell Ringers of Salt Lake City, Utah played to a packed house and a standing ovation in St. Andrew's Pres- byterian Church Tuesday. The 20 high school students played their 88 handbells in a variety program ranging from Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 and Handel's Hallelujah to Leucona's Malaguena and Rodger's Sound of Music. A section of the choir, the Marsha Vilven Memorial Ring- ers, displayed unusual tech- niques in the art of bell, ringing. The group is on a tour of the western U.S. and Canada and left today for a concert in Butte, Montana. WINDOW COOLERS BTU BTU BTU LARGER SIZES AVAILABLE CHARLTON HILL LTD. AIR CONDITIONING CENTRE OF THE SOUTH 1262 2nd AVE. S. PHONE 328-3388 IVOT continues The Voice of Alberta Native Women, southern branch, will continue a week-long workshop at the University of Lethbridge today with the theme volunteer work and what it means to par- ticipate. Olif Turnbull, professor at Western Co-operative College in Saskatoon, is the key resource person addressing 30 members ol the group. J. Darrell Sturrock, a partici- pant, said the women are prac- ticing communications systems needed for success within group situation. "The points being stressed are methods of co-operation within a group as well as point- ing out that a volunteer is a willing worker who works for :he good of the group because he believes in the aims of the said Mrs. Stur- rock. The workshop ends Friday. 500 see Campbell singers More than 500 persons at- tended the farewell concert of the Anne Campbell Tour Sing- ers Tuesday in the Yates Mem- orial Centre. The group entertained the crowd with numbers to he sung in competition at the Eistedd fod in Llangollen, Wales, and wilh Canadian selections they will sing at concerts in Europe The mink stole donated by the New York Fur and Dress Shop to help raise money for tour expenses was won by Phil ip Jensen of Raymond. be added throughout the rapc- eed processing plant, to keep up with processed oil produc- ion to keep the margarine ilsnt supplied. Margarine is 80 ier cent oil. Alberta changed the regula- ion about June 10 to allow bul- er-color margarine sales in the rovince July 31. Formerly, margarine had to have a dark- r yellow or orange color to listinguish it from butter. British Columbia has allowed utter-color margarine sale for 'ears, and Saskatchewan sale starting July 1. Bill Clarke, vice-president of ales for WCSP, said the com- pany is looking to increased ales of margarine because of lie law change. "Many people lave been buying margarine in i.C. because of the color used n that he said. The company handles the argest percentage of the mar- ;arine market in Western Canada. It lias supplied B.C. markets with butter-colored margarine for many years and he shift to full butter-colored nargarine production is now icing undertaken. director is Toronto. David Acomba of RECREATION Summer fun areas in the city of Lethbridgj include two go! courses, two lighted hall parks two outdoor heated Ewimminj pools, one indoor 25-metre swimming pool, one 25-yard in door swimming pool, a large a i r-condiUoned Civic Sports Centre building and manj school sports fields and au ditoriums. SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. THURSDAY, JUNE 22nd TERMS CASH SALE STARTS P.M. NO RESERVE Lovely blue chesterfield and chair; Colonial rocker with matching foot stool; Old pump organ; 64" brass bed- stead; Blond cedar chest; chrome table and 4 chairs; Good Viking lale model rfidge; R.C.A. portable TV; Good 5 h.p. rototiller; table saw; Beatty automatic washer and matching electric dryer; Small Frigidaire fridge; 2 single box springs with mattresses; Kitchen cabinet and sink; Swing set; Good selection of Wringer washers; Coal and wood range; Good Servel fridge; Barbecue; Treadle sewing machine; 7' x 8' Berry garage door; Violin; Mangle; Large green rug; Step ladder; New sump pump. Exorcise bike; Coffee tables; 6 chrome chairs; Tele- phone fable; Good electric fan; Wood chairs; Large vacuum; Lamps; Plastic pipe; Air compressor; Golf cart and bag; Electric sweeper; Stepladder; Grass catchers Garden tools; Sleeping bag; Vacuum cleaners; Desk lamp; Tape recorder; Tires; Complete toilet; 2 small metal lockers; Mower and plow attachement for I.H.C. cadet cub; Wooden row boat. Many More Items Too Numerous To Mention. 1959 CHEVROLET 1957 HILLMAN FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 328-4705 TWO 2nd AVE. S. IETHBRIDGI AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. 41 Lie. 458 Mr. Clarke said the shift to he new color will be successful, ndicated by consumption rates: B.C. citizens eat an average of 3.2 pounds per year of the but- product, while peo- sle in Alberta eat only nino jounds per year. With the increase in produc- ion, Mr. Clarke could foresee o change in the pricing struc- ure for margarine. He said the airy industry in the province vouldn't have to worry about he increased production 'ause Alberta imports butter to meet its needs now anyway. Western Canadian Seed was nstrumental in the change, ubmitting reports to the pro- 'incial government. Mr. Clarke ermed "very co-operative" the tand of the Progressive Con- crvative government iu mak- ng the change. He said all parties, from the arrner with an increased mar- ket for rapeseed, to the con- sumer with a more suitable product, will be happy with the aw change. LCI reunion time of nostalgia The reunion for students of the Lethbridge Collegiate Insti- tute of aboiit 40 years ago will be a time ol great nostalgia. While it's specifically planned for those students who attended LCI between 1930 and 1935, [hose who attended the school prior to 1930 also have a spccia! invitation to participate. In all likelihood, those attend- ing will never again have a sim- ilar opportunity oE meeting ok friends and schoolmates, ant reminiscing on the "good ol( days" with so many the as socjates of their youth. And the programs and entertainmen being planned arc intended Lo make these memories even more poignant. In addition to their old school mates, those atteEding also wil be able to renew contacts will many ol their teachers of the 30s. There will be visits tc their old classrooms, and a hos of pictures of personalities and events at the LCI during tha period. The truly grand event of the reunion, and undoubtedly thleak entrance in the Leth- bridge area. Today is officially the first day of summer the longest lay of the year arid we will bo able to spend the extra few minutes of daylight to watch he rain come down. The weather office says wa will have showers, and per- laps a few thundershowers, to- day. The temperature will range between 65 and 70 de- grees before dropping to a coo! 40 to 45 overnight. Thursday will be a bit better, sunny skies should ba the rule for the day except for a few showers in the afternoon. Friday is expected to be much the same as a cool weather pattern from the Paci- fic moves slowly over the area. WESTBEND AUTOMATIC 9 CUP POLISHED ALUMINUM, PERCOLATOR No gadgets or guesswork this coffee maker Ti fully aufomafic and makes 5 to 9 cups of coffee. Reg. price 14.95 SPECIAL, THIS WEEK ONLY rf I I Call Housewares 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Visit Camm's This Week For ihe finest selection of Summer Sandals FLAT HEEL SANDALS In tiffany tan, novy, red, bone, or white. Priced, from 56 CHILDREN'S SANDALS Only SEE THE NEWEST IH WET LOOK TIES "EYE CATCHERS" A lovely new in blccV, brown or white wel look. 403 5lh St. S. Phone 327-3050 ARPEGGIOS SANDALS Italian imporls as Tn brown, red, novy and white, Nar- nnd medium widths. Sizes 5 lo 1 1. CORK SANDALS Newest platform cork sole and heel son- dais. In while, tan, novy or bone. "JODY" By Joyce as shown at [eft in black, navy or white wel fook. Sco us for a complete line of RUNNERS for the whole famrfy Open All Day Wed. Tht'rf, and M, till 9 p.m. Open Mondays CAMM'S SHOES ;