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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Solimlny, May 13, 197! 11 olid Village. nears finish ffnlirfny Village is R htw-Piiva of activity. Ucnouilions started on new business aiul professional offices above i he bowling alley. Dr, G. II. Ellison will be re- locating his chirupractic and naluropathic practice in tho new expanded fatililies in July. Arrangements have hcen made with Holiday Inn for use. of the hydro therapy area of Ihe ho- tel, including Ihe swimming pool and sauna halhs. Construction of the north parking lot has been started with completion slated for early June. The bowling alley slill Is In litigation, said developer Art BaLty, and it cannot be deter- mined wlicincr i( will reopen. Work on the Holiday Inn is progressing and a co-orrluiator for the supply people has ar- rived. Assistant Innk e e p e r John Vogt of Edmonton has set up! an office. Announcement on the hotel's official opening date is expect- ed within two weeks SID Inierled by lha HIRE A STUDENT CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE HELP WANTED Dr. Gerry Probe, personnel direclor for the Lethbridge public school dislricl, prepores to tackle the slocks of applications from people seeking teaching positions for the fall. He has received more than oOO applications for the 10 positions (hot are available. 600 teachers have applied LCI seeks 10 ilk prices up because of costs By ItIC SWIHAKT Herald Stall Writer The increased price at "cv- Al Wiggins, manager for Sil- veru'ood Dun res Ltd. in Lclfi- Ijridge, the prc.sent price of milk is insufficient lo cuver lha erylliing" is the reason for an cost Of production. application by milk distributors in Alberta for a milk price hike, on both the wholesale and re- tail levels. Distributors from Lcthuridgc, Tied Deer, Calgary, Medicine Hat, Edmonton and P o n o It a, May 5 submitted an application for public hearings with the public utilities hoard. A hear- ing has tentatively been set for Lethbridge June 14. Specific sums have not yet been announced. lie said a price increase in the summer of went most- ly lo distributors while the ma- jority of an increase in Septem- ber 1971 went to producers. Mr. Wiggins said there isn't much say as to how much of an increase can be expected, or even if there will he one. Tho distributors put all the facts be- fore the hearing and the public utilities board sets the price, If an increase is needed to keep the producers aud distri- butors in business, then an in- crease is okayed. No applica- tion for a price had been received from producers yel. A brief from Silverwood Dairies will be presented at the public hearing. According to Mr. Wiggins, the _ distributors aren't in a good Seven men from New Zea- economic ilion Labor land will be in the LethbridRe ,vil, bccome more of a tactor area from Sunday to Friday as, h] icc increase Uca. part of Uie Rotary Club's group tjon a ,abo? con. New Zealand men here next week study exchange. The exchange gives from all walks of life an oppor- look into educational systems, industry and life in general in tract is now being negotiated. "We arc still working on the old contract and there are no r. yiu i.uiii.1 ai-k. ami iiicic OAe uu unity to receive a first-hand sj comj [0 Innlr Intft eucfome ment on the new he said. "The union is asking for Where are all of the missing have just lost contact with people? The LCI Reunion for those who went to school ill 1930-35 i and before, is being planned, but organizers are having a i hard time trying to find a lot of the then. those they went to school with, By RON CALDWEI.l, Herald Staff Writer many people have net yet been notified. The reunion friends and fun, with tours, en- The competition will be tough i have "I8" granted leave of ab- no- .u. those seeking teaching pu sitions with the Lethbridge pub- i turning from leaves, consists of i Uc school board this year. More many than GOO applications have been i "Plications have come from orjidnaiiKj but UiEie has been a Twenty resignations have 1 represented In the bulging file been received and six teachers of applicants. "We have applications from all over Canada and the Uni- ted States, as well as some from Africa and Australia. However, I would say about 500 of the applications are from sence' but 15 tochers are re- The reunion Is set for July i received so" far and they are still coining In substantial number of experi- j he said, they once went to, (now Ham-j There are only 10 positions teachers submitting ap- Dr. Probe said he under- countries where they would not i S50 month m thg normally travel or study. ,us benerits> The men s occupations range i arc 65 in the Silver- from a general practitioner to wood plant who be i doesnlt Enyla- The public !s Invited to at-' tend a joint meeting of the East Lethbridge and Downtown Ro- tary clubs Monday at 6.15 p.m. in the Park Plaza, when the men will be available to answei questions. bor problems. Mr. Wiggins said the new price increase application has 1 to 3. Due to the fact that many do not live in the Lethbririge area anymore and perhaps live across oceans, names through marriage, or I ilton Junior High sport- i available. ing programs and reminiscinF "This is bv far the worst vcar expeciea, mos! ot tne ap-, me province ing programs, ana reminiscing., ,nr plications are from Alberta, but same dilemma. On July 3 a gala formal din- "yjj ner dance with Mart Konncy have changed I I can remember for said Dr. Gerry Probe, director of personnel for the public school and his Western Gentlemen i district. supplying the music, the reun-j "Last year, there were 4: Ion will come to a close. available and 400 applica- More information can tie ob- tained on the reunion from H. Packers As expected, most of the ap- i the province are facing Ihe f plications. stands other school districts in many spots on the globe are .Wildlife Cleve Hill of Lelhbridee. aw course finished A Lethbridge Community Col- sllOAV Receives Award Sleven I. EMert, first year student ot the telhbridge Communlly College, received Ihe furio Neufclr Aword for highest academic average in Engineering Graphics. Steven is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ellert of Milk River. He received his education in Ihe Milk River Elementary and Erie Riven High School in Milk River. lay The annual Junior and Senior High School Art Show will ho 1 he d Sunday between 2 and 5 p.m. at Hamilton Junior High School. 1 The show features displays In all media, with Uie main areas being drawings, sculpture, batik aud painting. j More than 600 students' work is on display. Live deinonstra- tions will be given by the stu- dents in pottery, sketching, weaving and other crafts. I Refreshments will be served and entertainment provided by school bands and choruses. lions.' Dr. Probe said there are no new positions tlu's year vacancies are a result of resig- nations or teachers going leave. In fact, the total number of I leRe seminar for fish and wild- officers from all over Al- berta ended Friday. The week long seminar, at- tended by 26 fish and wildh'fe officers, included classes and j practical sessions dealing with proper court procedures, collec- "Some of them, Including Cal- gary, aren't even accepting any more applications Dr. Probe outlined one of the many headaches involved tn i dealing with the mountain of applications. "There is a certain position want very bcdly lo fill and have an application from a woman who has just what we come within a year of the last one because of a recommenda- tion that prices should be in- creased by small amounts at more frequent rate The present milk prices, with Uie previous increase in brack- els. are homogenized milk: one quart 31 cents half gallon container 01 cents two per cent: quart 29 cents half gallon container 57 cents (55K teaching positions this year will be reduced from last year's 373 lo 370. Barley bv truck is experiment arc looking for. But 1 don't think 43rcl st- cast of there is any way we can find a i posiliou for her husband so we can't get he said in fins- i' tration a federal incentives grant lo re- However, there Is a beam operation, but that light cutting tlirough (he gloom illln was turned "f I With an average of 00 teach- Um :tion, labelling shipping and ers after each job. only the very Mayor Anderson also said Uie presentation of evidence and 1 "lest available will merit scri-1 Cltv afford to out The city solicitor was In- structed by city council Tues- i day to report on the possibility of the city bringing legal ac- 'ax notlce "me tion against City Packers Ltd. Local property owners can The subject was brought to exPcct lhcir "ot- council's attention by Alderman! 'ce the mail within the next Vaughan Hembroff, who refer- couple of weeks, red to the unpleasant smell ere-: fity hall will begin mailing afed by Ihe rendering plant on! tax nonces for 1972 Mon- Exhibition day. Atlaclied to the notice will bo Mayor Andy Anderson application for a home- been offered owner tax discount. to best use the resources available at a crime lab. LCC law enforcement instruc- tors Ken Hiloy and Bob Harri- The trucking of four million son were credited with ous consideration. ceramics, c h a r coal busnels of bariey from rolinirv done an excellent job by Frank ;s, sculpture, batik and eievators Saskatchewan to i SommerviUe, regional fish and _ Canadian government termm-1 wildlife officer for the depart- ab at Moose Jaw and Saska-! ment of Lauds and forests in toon is purely an experiment to Lefhbridgc. assure that adequate supplies "The course was a resound- are in export position. ing success and I will encour- Lethbridge is not included in age a similar course lo be held The show is free and open to Ihe public. DUCAN FURNITURE CLUB MEMBERS ONLY Our Showroom at 443A 10 St. North, Lethbridge will be open for the first time THURSDAY, MAY 18 FROM TO P.M. Mr. John Wright, Club Manager, will have on display far your ex- clusive viewing, Du-can's two new upholstered furniture lines currently being introduced to beller furniture slores Ihroughout Alberta and B.C. These lines and olher Ducan producls ore available exclusively Jo members at unit wholesale prices. As a club member you may visit the showiccm any Thuisdny cr Friday between noon and 9 p.m., or on Satujdny between 9 o.m. cind .r til mission to determine truck or rail transporfalinn 21 grain from country elevators toj I IlJ terminal elevators is mure economical. Mr. Earle said the experi- ment will also crenlc more space in the area to attract more barley deliveries. Tie said this experiment is lin- ing mnde because nf hcavv e- involved In Ihe movement lo Harrison and Mr. Riley of LCC assure that Canada has ade- and SommerviUe. quate amounts of barley in a Over-all reaction to the sem- ie duld' UN FAO' and position for rapid movement to inar was excellent, all of the the recognition ot Unna fulfill the present sales orders fish and wildlife officers felt I for barley. they had gained much valuable The govern ment elevators information for future use in will accept barley from a 50-' their jobs, mite radius of the two t-ilics. "The seminar covered more The experiment is expected to information in a week than the take CO to 90 days to complete.: department could have supplied On delivery lo the these officers in two months of daily hour long classes. A seminar like this should defin- itely become an annual said Mr. Sommcrville. HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9lh St. S. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPIETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Invitations t Announcemenlft (24 Hour Service If Necessary) Bride Boofci Thanh You Cardi Napkins Matchci We provide Complimentary Personalized Heod Table Place Cardi wilh each Orderl FREE CUSTOMER PARKING PHOTOGRAPHERS PORTRAIT WEDDING COMMERCIAL SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION 710 3rd Ave. 328-0111 PHONES 328-0222 Pine Lake, ;i cunmiwiily nf-nr lied Deer, will hosL the animal leadership training instilule ol I lie noi tlnvesl Canada re g i o n B'nm R'rilh Yrailh Organization from 21 in Tho B'nai B'rilli Yontti or- port. commiLmonts rind Ihp CWR gamzalion Is a non profit Jew- wanLs the hurley palhorod in a ish youth service Rrovip. Its pur- place where il can be moved pose is to promote Ihe develop- quickly tn meet Hie ronimil-: mcnl nf Jewish yoiniR people. menLs that have already hccn A numhnr of Lcthbridge entered into. youths will he nllc-ndinp. OFFICE FURNITURE tETHBRIDGE POST OFFICE BOX 93B LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA towel tovol Sovonth Slrnot Shopping Mnll PHONE PRESIDENT STAN WORBOYS Squeaky Chair? Wo Repair! Lethbridge Office Furniture Limited Victoria Day Holiday Weekend All Roads Lead To Saturday, May 20th p.m. COCKTAIL HOUR Kaliipcill Elki Club, Pool Arna (incloment woalhrr locnlion, Knlijpcll Eaqloi Hall, corner of FirsJ Avpnuo and Firsl Slrofl) FREE TO VISITING CANADIANS Sponsored by local Jovcrni ond supper clubs "Buffalo Huntprs" from Rngino will mako prcicnlalions. Sunday, May 21st p.m. PICNIC Woodland Park. Free to vlsil- ing Canadians. Miss Killy ond Don will bn on hand. p.m. "Canadian Days" Square Dance PETERSON SCHOOL Sponsored by "Kalfspoll Twirlori" Monday, May 22nd a.m. DRAWING FOR PRIZES Downlown Kalispcll, corner of 2nd and Main Slrccl. (muil bo present lo win) RoaiMraiion for priroi for Canatlmns only will conlinue durinn all tnrco dnys unli! a.m., Moy 22nd. ;