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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta PLANNING A TRIP? For All Travel Arrangements, Accommodations and Passports CONTACT ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Confre Village - Phone 321.3201 or 3204IS4 The Lctlibrittgc Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, March 10,1971 PAGES 17 TO 32 It's a GREAT DAY to SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITI J (Special Prices on Bulk Order*) ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-8161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 Saskatchewan new principal teacher of LCI Kenneth C. Sauer, a 39-year-old native of Saskatchewan, has been appointed principal-designate of the 1,300 - student Lethbridge Collegiate Institute. The Lethbridge public school board Tuesday approved Mr. Sailer's appointment, effective April 1, and he will assume fuU principalship when school starts in August. There were 22 applications for the position from throughout Western Canada, including two from Lethbridge. Bandpolicy okayed A band policy for Lethbridge public school band activities has been approved by the public sshool board, permitting beginning students to rent instruments. The board at its Tuesday meeting adopted the policy statement, which also provides that larger, more expensive instruments will continue to be rented as long as the students are in the band. However, students playing smaller instruments will be expected to buy them. Siudents unable to afford the instruments will also be permitted to continue renting. Trustees said they wanted to encourage the operation of school bands, and in a related move they approved purchase for $1,100 of a set of drums for the Lethbridge Collegiate Institute marching band. The board will purchase the drums, and the LCI students' council will repay the price over three years. In another policy resolution, trustees approved a statement concerning educational leaves of absence without pay for city teachers. The policy recognizes the value of a teacher's acquiring more education from universities, and requires the board to provide the teacher returning to the system following leave of absence with a job at least equal to the one he or she had before the leave. ST. PATRICK'S  SHAMROCK PLANTS  LAPEL SHAMROCKS  NOVELTY ARRANGEMENTS MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Marquis Hotel Bldg. Phono 327-1515 Leaves of absence may be taken for either one semester or a full year, and must be applied for in advance. In the past year, two public school teachers applied for and were granted a unique leave of absence in which one teacher attended the University of Lethbridge fall semester while the other taught; and the second attended the spring university semester and the other took her school job. Bob Gall appointed to committee Bob Gall, director of school services for the Lethbridge public school district, has been appointed by the Alberta department of education to a special guidance testing comit-tee. The provincial committee will develop a system for testing at both the classroom and school system level. In addition, tests in the areas of interests, aptitudes, personality and achievement will be reviewed and an integrated testing program will be detailed. The underlying task of the committee will be to provide leadership in testing, and to relate student testing to individualizing of instruction and accountability in schools. Employees group The employees of Kainai Industries Ltd. have formed the Kainai Employee's Association to act as a co - ordinating body with management. see vt for fast, expert PHOTO Anglo Distributors Stereo A Photographic Centre 419 5th Street South Phone 328-6922 So New and So Lovely for Spring ... at Camm's! P. ^ / (Exactly oLliU cJJebi as Illustrated) This lovely new shoe is available in Black Crinkle patent wet look. Also other new patterns in Mink, Beige, Navy, and Red Wet Look. See these now at Camms. AAAA AAA, AA and B widths. Sizes 6Vi to 10. IDENTICAL HANDBAGS to match NEW OVERTURE" by Joyce Available in Beige, Navy, Red, and Black Wet Look Crinkle Patent. Many other new styles by Joyce to choose from for Spring. JUST UNPACKEDI New Dressy Slings by GRANDMERE with cross-over front styling in Navy, Brown, Black and White. New Fashion Boots in 14" and 16" heights - richly textured in Brown or Black Frappe. Also 14" Granny Boots. Just Arrived - New Shipment of Dr. Sertoli's Exercise Sandals for foot healthl IS" CAMM'S 'til 9:00 p.m. 403 5th St. SHOES Mr. Sauer is currently vice-principal of the Aden-Bowman Collegiate, a comprehensive high school in Saskatoon, Sask., similar in operation and size to LCI. He holds a master's degree in educational administration from the University of Saskatchewan, and has been teaching since 1951. He was one of the eight original applicants for the position in 1970, when the school board decided to defer selection of a new principal until this year. He will spend the time from April until the fall semester of school begins, becoming acquainted with the staff, the students' executive, the school as a whole and its total operation, under the tutelage of Walter Neville, who retires as principal at the end of August. Mr. Sauer will also work with the public school district's central office to become directly acquainted with the Lethbridge education picture, and work with Mr. Neville and the LCI staff to develop plans, timetables and courses of action for the next year. Plans also call for Mr. Sauer, together with LCI vice-principals Reed Erickson and Ab Paskuski to visit several of the larger city high schools in Alberta to see potential practices which could be introduced at LCI. In Saskatchewan, Mr. Sauer was active in boards of trade, recreation associations and athletics organizations. He was a minor hockey association president, vice - president of the Saskatchewan Amateur Hockey Association and chairman of the hockey division for the Canada Winter Games. Mr. Sauer is married and has four children. Selection of a new principal for LCI was based on a recommendation from a special selection committee, appointed according to a recently - developed public school board policy. First, a criteria advisory committee including school district central office administrators, a city principals' association representative, an LCI teacher and a University of Lethbridge consultant was appointed to develop the various experience and personal considerations sought in the principal. Next a selection advisory committee including the superintendent of schools, other central office personnel, the city high school inspector and a university consultant met to examine the applications and make recommendations concerning the best-possible man for the job, according to the criteria established by the criteria committee. Finally, the school board was presented with the recommendations and other details, to make the final decision. Holiday March 19 Lethbridge public and separate school students will have a one - day holiday Friday, March 19, as teachers pause for a special planning day. The one-day planning session was approved by the two city school boards when they approved the divided school year dates last fall. Teachers will spend the day in the schools discussing the schools' ongoing and future activities. H CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LABI lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 Don Peacock may seek leadership Don Peacock, managing editor of The Albertan, Calgary, may be a candidate for the Alberta Liberal leadership, The Herald has learned. His name is being vigorously promoted by several prominent party officials, both in Alberta and in Ottawa. The Herald was unable Tuesday or today to reach him for comment. Mr. Peacock sought the Liberal nomination in Lethbridge at the last federal election, but lost to John Boras. He was bom in High River, raised and educated in Leth-bridge and worked in the Parliamentary Press Gallery in Ottawa for a number of years. In 1964 he became special assistant to Agriculture Minister Harry Hays, ccntuiued under Joe Green, became executive assistant to Prime Minister Pearson, and was one of a small group that managed Mr. Trudeau's Liberal leadership campaign. BURN, BABY, BURN - The burning barrel, a standard feature in many Lethbridge back yards, burns on. Some are against their continued use; others feel they are still the best method of disposing of combustible wastes. City, council has not yet begun to grapple with the problem. The city's new fire bylaw, presented for approval Monday, contained no new rules on burning barrels. The old rules are still in force. Persons in residential areas can burn from sunrise to sunset any day but Monday. Industries and commercial firms can burn seven days a week. The only control on air pollution is provincial government regulations enforced by the Lethbridge health unit. Winter fair scheduled New livestock plan announced The Lethbridge and District Exhibition board has announced a dramatic change in the format of livestock shows to be h e 1 d at the 1971 exhibi-tion, cancelling the summer livestock show, and replacing it with a winter livestock fair to be held Nov. 29 through Dec. 4. Stan Tiffin, board president, said the move was initiated because of dissatisfaction with the number of people who have attended the summer livestock show in recent years. It is felt more people would take in a livestock show if it were held at a time when there $75,000 permit A $75,000 permit was taken out this week by Kenwood Engineering Construction Ltd. of Lethbridge for an addition to the Canada Packers Ltd. plant at 3939 1st Ave. S. The addition will be a part of the firm's beef killing operation. OUR OSCAR "The city must have some new sanitation men on Parkside Drive. They haven't learned how to bang the garbage cans yet." LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LIMITED STAN WORBOYS, President  orncE DESKS  OFFICE SEATING  FILING CABINETS STEEL SAFES  TYPEWRITERS  ADDING MACHINES  VERIFAX 4 BANDA  PHOTOCOPIERS  TIME CLOCKS  STENOCORD DICTATING MACHINES  STENORETTE DICTATING! MACHINES FINE Office FURNITURE "Wt Ml Supply Alt Your Ollic Naif . . . fS. All Bui t Bltmdt Stcrtury > THE FINEST IN OFFICE FURNISHINGS 328-7411 are not so many other attractions. The board announced that this year at the summer fair, the livestock show will be in Contract to Kenwood Kenwood Engineering Construction Ltd. of Lethbridge has been awarded a $23,000 contract for excavation and foundaition work for the $200,-000 Aqua Tech Ltd. manufacturing plant in North Lethbridge. Work is scheduled to start Thursday. It is to be completed in about a month. The plant has a secret process for manufacturing activated carbon which has many applications as an anti-pollution agent. Cyclone Engineering of Edmonton is the general contractor and Dominion Bridge is manufacturing the heavy equipment which will be used in the processing. The plant, located on four acres of land on 2nd Ave. N. south of the Canada Packers' hide plant, is expected to be in operation by May. It will provide 16 jobs. the form of promotional displays, with only a few of the best animals of every breed shown. The displays will be made up of dairy and beef cattle, swine and sheep, and will be shown by the Purebred Cattle Association, Southern Alberta Swine Producers Association and the Southern Alberta Wool Growers Association. Emphasis will be placed on food displays in addition to the live animals, with government home economists demonstrating different methods of food preparation. The exhibition pavilion will be set up like a food concession, where samples of the cooked pork, beef, dairy products and lamb will be available to the public. At the winter fair, prize money will be offered under government winter fair classifications, for both male and female stock, and all animals entered in the show and sale must be sold. This year's Lethbridge and COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 At The Primrose Shop Our Spring and Summer Fashions go free and easy. We invite you to take a shine to the sun in shapes that are body conscious and unencumbered. Come in and see our complete collection of PANTSUITS, SHORTS and TOPS at Primrose Shop 313 6th St. S. Phone 327-2244 Open Thursday Until 9 p.m. District Exhibition and Rodeo will be held July 19-24. It will feature midway attractions, a rodeo and horse racing. DON PEACOCK Just Like Mom Makes at Home! SPECIALS 'W*' VKJfc _ -___________ ___ Prices in effect Thursday, Friday and Saturday Onlyl CHOCOLATE MINT LAYER CAKES.................each 75c CHERRY CROWNS.......... 2 for 23c CHERRY LOAF CAKES........,* 53c BUTTER BUNS ........... .... dozen 53c MARQUIS BAKERY LOCATED IN THE MARQUIS HOTEL BLDG. Phone 327-4441 FASHION LEADER CARPET GUARANTEE CARPETS OF EQUAL QUALITY, COLOUR AND DESIGN CANNOT BE PURCHASED FOR LESS IN CANADAI NYLON SHAG Probably one of the most outstanding Carpet Bargains we have ever offered I You Save $3.00 Yard on Manufacturer's Suggested Retail of $10.95 - More Than 25% Off! Save $36.00 on 12' x 9' Rug - $150 on 50 yard installation! Once again - proof positive why Jordans are Canada's largest carpet dealers. Massive volume buying means lowest prices and Jordans have just negotiated this fabulous buy. Vibrant, colorful, multi-toned nylon shag - so much in tune with today's gay, carefree way of life. Rugged and durable, resists soils and stains - Will give years of lasting pleasure. Exciting array of colors: Harvest Gold, Everglade, Peacock, Blue, Pink, Flamenco, Champagne, Beige. WE HAVE CARPETS FOR EVERYONE! USE JORDAN'S CONVENIENT BUDGET PLANS NO DOWN PAYMENT! Jordans DOWNTOWN at 315 6th Street South Out-of-Town Resident* May Phone 327-1103 Collect for Service Right In Their Own Homes! ;