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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TRAVIIUNG TO EUROPE VIA CHARTSR IET US AMtANGE YOUR GROUND TOURS AND RHINE CRUISES For Furthw Infomwlioo and Rtnrvatiom Contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Cxrtn West End MI3M1 er 3JIIU4 The LetKbridge Herald SECOND SECTION 1971 PAGES 13 TOJ6 a GREAT DAY to SERVE EVERYONES FAVOtITi Special Pricei on Bulk Orden ERICKSENS 2021 3rd 3288161 1705 Drive 3287751 Wliite smt for south The weather system which brought the snow to southern Alberta last night is very sim ilar to the one which dumped almost two feet of snow on Lethbridge in one night in the weatherman glumly reported this The snowfall which started about tlus morning was expected to continue through out the day and intermittently Up to 5 a Lethbridge re ceived eighttenths of an inch of Tien it started com ing down more Temperature Thursday h i t j high of 23 degrees above with an overnight low of 18 This compares with a high of 45 above and an over night low of 20 above vith a trace of snow for the compar able period last Waterton Parks tempera tures were about the same as Lethbridge with a high of 24 and a low of 16 but the town site received three inches of snow overnight with light snow Communications 1ey to grain sales ftjjyns ii A highly efficient and expen sive communications system is the key to successful grain sales for all countries in the market said vicepresident of Cargill Gram Manitoba Addressing about 100 people hibition Pavilion Dawson said multina tional corporations and inter national grain handling com panies spend millions of dol lars each year to staff offices in man countries to keep the market information uptodate from the Canadian wheat The company then has on hand and can make instant decision whether to iell or not Mr who is man ager of the Vancouver office world has offices directly refor said Canadian wheat no longer has a ready for him He said his company Cargill is one of the laiges grain warehouse and handling companies in ram the lated by instant commumc Uons in more than 50 coun Canadian ciabzed on world the market became of the tradi tional high piotein ket at the he ooiue Tlus where the impor nadian Hoard for selling i tance of the Winnipeg Futures barlev at such a low price the will an mcreas hl Some has iciiticued the Ca in tries representing grain The company must he Milling technology has ready now to either say sold to creased now to the stage a buyer cr be able to make a where the gram can be broken counter he down so the flour making endo He said one of the majoi sperm in the kernel can be di drawbacks for Canada in the vided into millions of al area of salesmanship is the pol lowing protein to be extract last few bui tit1 deci sion was made to ag gressively on it mar ket in feed lie said he with the idea but felt the mehod of sell ing the barley uas mslj impoiUint role in feed gram maikcung The Winnipeg Futures Mar ket is basically an insurance against price a way for or proces bois to predict futuie ling important5 Many buyers will not take any the risk of missing a good deal Although the quality of pro w i t h some other country by tein is just as important as the having to wait for the approval I the higher price of of the Canadian Wheat 1 Canadian strong wheats makes This drawback has been re1 some buyers seek gram from duced somewhat by some in1 other grain maustry I 7 v ternational companies who have bought grain outright The declared a de cade of not will Service workers accept contract AGRORAMA 71 More than people visited ond viewed displays of Agrorama 71 being held this week in the Lethbridge Exhibition Agrorama 71 consists of three main South Alberta seed samples of the majority of products grown a machinery dis play short courses and There is a break in the action today to allow cleanup crews lo the pavilion for the beef symposium It will follow the theme the Beef industry in the 70s and Southern and will cover oil aspects of cattle Bud federal minister of agriculture will address the closing banquet Saturday at tte flRT STUDIO ON FIFTH fiVENUE flRTISTIC PICTURE FORMING ARTISTS SUPPLIES ART GAUERV 7105 AVE 5 LETHBRIOCEAITA MFC views revised plans for Holiday Inn project Another chapter may yet be mitten in the long series of public meetings associated with the approval of the Holi day Inn project in the Shop pers World Revised plans for the project were shown to the Municipal CUFF Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAE Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL PHONE 3272822 AT CAMMS For SPRING and EASTER The very latest in Shoe Falhitmj for Teen and Campus EYE CATCHERS A new style iust arrived in Wine and Brown From 1 MARY JANE BABY DOLLS In Navy Wet look S1O NEW WILD WOOLLEYS New styles in leathers and Wet looks NEW 14 AND 16 FASHION BOOTS In Navy 14 Granny Boots in Black Wet Look CHILDRINS SHOES BOYS SAVAGE SLIPONS In Black or Sizes 1 to Buckles and Straps just like big MISSES STYLES by Savage and Classmates Python under wet looks in buckles and Misses Koolies White or Navy in sizes i to Open til 9 aiming Commission Wcdnes ay It was agreed that the hanges resulted in what ould have to be considered a ew The new wrill probably be dealt vith next While the IPC meetings are open to the the new application will ot require public hearings on ezorung as happened the first me Height of the structure has een cut to eight from although the foundation will je capable of handling the ex ra two which may be dded There have also been some nterior changes in the loca ion of the banquet room Just Arrived diei Canadian Made RUNNERS In White or Navy ONtY CAMMS 403 5th Street SHOES ounge and other Parking a ma or concern of both the MFC and city council when the ori HAMILTONS FLOOR COVERING COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION 909 3rd 3275454 pnal application was ap jroved recently are reduced to 86 from Commission members indicated they had intention of sticking to he original parking require ments if and when the two additional floors were Mayor on holiday The mayors office at city hall is without its customary Mayor Andy Ander son is enjoying a three week vacation in In his absence Deputy Mayor Rex Little will guide the cttjs Mayor Anderson is i expected back April Nonmedical service person nel at 28 Alberta hospi tals have accepted the 27 month contract offered by the Alberta Hospital Association on behalf of the Art Roberts of the Canadian Union of Public Employees has an The contract affects about 230 employees of the Leth bridge Municipal Hospital and Lethbridge Auxiliary The contract offered wage increases Fringe benefits and conditions of employment were unchanged from the pre vious two The increase is expected to cost LMH about this The retroactive to increases the base rate of a month by 515 with other increases effec live April 1972 and The contrac expires March Employees earning between 5400 and will receive foui increases of a month anc those in the S500 to brack The increase amounts to less nan 10 per cent a OUR OSCAR The milling industry in Can ada is an important cog in handling and utilization of agiicultuie C piesidcnt of Ellison Milling and Elevator said He told about 100 people at tending the grain marketing short course in the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion the export of flour has helped in the sale of Canadian wheat on the inter national The quality of Canadian flour is very high and many countries come here to get wheat for millong he He said the Canadian milling industry has suffered in the last few years because all countries have started milling I for In there were 451 mills Canada and tlus was in to a high of 801 he Today are only 50 mills operating He said the total capacity o he 50 mills is hundred eight in 21 hours of procluc This utilizes bu shels of The total production fo the last four years is 39 mil ion hundred using 1 million he Ellison said poor sale manship is responisblc for tl lack of import 1 Canada sold 24 miluo hundred weight using the fiee trade commercial basis but this declned to 3i million in At W cents per with the high production the price leceived is about the same as the price of wheat in 1900 when it sold for 33 cents per He said another aspect of wheat utilization is the decline in the consumption of wheat flour products in both the United States and In the Canadians con umed 1884 pounds per person flour while Amen ans consumed about 200 he This declined drastically in le years since and in anadians consumed only munds each while Americans onsumed only 111 et will receive four increase of a Besides the new increases employees will also receive regular anniversary incre The LMH board has accept ed the AHA offer but the Aux iliary board has not yet voted en the matter Im going to sue the All I did was go into city hal to pay the light bill wher Finance Director Allister Find lay came charging out of hi office and drops the budget on my OFFICE FURNITURE STAN President FINE OFFICE FURNITURE IIVE Tlni 3 ra PS Air it Tiler FINEST IN OFfKE FURNISHINGS 3287411 BEAR facts Pliarmacy Facts from STUBBS Right along the many seruces were always ready and glad to be offering of three 3 distinct services which we will and can not consider doing for 1 We will not make any at itempt to diag nose the cause of 2 jWe will not pre drugs for disease 3 In the federal governWe not consider treating ment didnt buy very much gift three Of these will It amounted to less than have to do with services one days hi h Y0ur physician can In government bought J hundred This was an increase but it is not sufficient Ellison said wheat has been under priced in the last few BROWN PLASTIC SURGEON Wishes to announce the relocation C to announce the of his office to NEW 1600 ONLY S62 PER MONTH 1966 FALCON 1969 FASTBACK Radio Clean Unit RAEWOOD MOTORS 3rd and 16th Sales 3284539 Car Lot 3284356 201 Professional Building 8th and 4th Phono 3270033 VI 11K11 J f V perform for They are the exclusive domain of your licen sed No one 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