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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ___Soturdoy, May 13, 1972 THE IE7HBRIDGE HESilD IS Business education meet successful lute's business education de- workshop was At the first meeting and the Lethbridge Collegiate Insti-j workshop of the Southwest Re- g i o n a I Business Education Council there was almost 100 per cent representation from school districts in the region. The workshop was held in organized to discuss business education in the Lcthbridge dis- trict. Clark Hardy, featured speak- Canadian Wheat board has new quota letter system Farmers wishing to haul as. All spring wheats are for much wheat as allowed by the two bushels per section letter, Canadian wheat board hall while durum wheats and bar- until Friday night to complete j ley are for five bushels pel- deliveries to elevators. letter. cr, promoted discussion of a major problem in business edu- cation which is selling the busi- ness program to matriculation- oriented parents and students. Another speaker, Ted Teitzel of the Hoyal Bank of Canada spoke on in-service training pro- grams in the business commu nity. Mr. said when con- ducting an interview, bis prime concern is the personality and maturity of the applicant. He outlined the inservice training of bank employees. Neil O'Neil of Claresholm. who has piloted a proposed Under the new quota struc- ture, the CWB has designated lettered quotas starting with the "A" quota and working up Friday, the CWB close the A and B sections of the wheat quota. The A and B quoUi GOLDEN MILE DIPSLAY Ethel Taylor of Red Deer, left, examines the knitting and crochet work done by members of the Golden Mile Drop-in Centre in tethbridge. Showing the work are Mildred Laqua and Gertrude Mod- dough. The work is part of a display open to the public at the Alberta Council on Aging Seminar held at the University of Lethbridge. Local air cadets win at sports meet -i- .sections of the barley to as many letters as needed j will be cancelled June 9. to fulfill sales requirements. j When the sections of any Wheat quotas are for two! quota are cancelled, farmers bushels per assigned j may not haul grain on that sec- matter how many bushels the j tion. land produces. Assigned acres j Wednesday, the board open- are the acres the farmer en-1 cd the D section for spring tered into his quota permit j wheats, bringing the total pos- book, and are the limiting fac- j sible quota for spring wheat to tor as to the amount of grain eight bashels per assigned he can haul. If he assigned 100 acre, if they have used all acres to wheat, he can haul i four letter sections. 200 bushels on a two-bushel A j letters increase, the I HEADS IN SAND amount of grain increases by Six-eyed crah spiders live on the designated amount for that! sand and can dig themselves grain. into it to disappear completely. I new course in business founda- tions, pointed out the weak ami strong points of program. Louise Murray, of LCI, who ran a survey of local busi- nesses, spoke on business stan- dards in the area. She reported Hint local businesses still want people who are clean, i well-groomed, ambitious, have (short hair, and arrive early for interviews in neat clothing. She said they require highly- accurate operators who can answer the telephone and meet tiie public confidently. The workshop concluded with a tour of the LCI business department. The No. 11 Squadron Leth- bridge Air Cadets placed first junior volleyball and in jun- The Lrthbririgc senior rifle will meet early in June in Pen- team placed second in marks-1 hold tor the provincial champi- The Lethbridgc Transit Sys- tem has a fleet of 15 transit and five school buses. manship. onships. Ul JIUIIUI VUHUVIJC11J 01JU IM JUll- I II i i n ,1 for rifle marksmanship in The winners of these compe-1 The Lethbridge Air Cadets southern zone competitions held lions, in which nine Alberta air j Squadron is sponsored W ta calgarv cadets squadrons took part, 702 Wing RCAF Association. VOYAGER FAMILY RESTAURANT CARDSTON ALBERTA Help us Celebrate MOTHER'S BAY, May 14 FREE CORSAGE FOR MOTHER SPECIAL DINNERS FOR MOM LOBSTER TAIL CHINESE FOOD OPEN 11 A.M. to 10 P.M. CHARGEX AND BANK AMERICARD WELCOME (AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT, RESERVE EARLY BY PHONING 653-4277) We would like to lake Ihis opportunity to thant: our many patrons who fflDTUmUCCT second year of operation o tremendou5 success. We hov ROAST BEEF 9 STEAKS MANY OTHER FINE DISHES ra rinfiuc IN CUISINE in ,he years to come. h" past lwo ycor! and look DINE OUT OFTEN AT THE VOYAGER FAffiY RESTAURANT MAIN STREET CARDSTON, ALBERTA L W MOVING LTD. Phone 327-3911 For all your moving and storage needs, call the experts at I W MOVING LTD. "YOUR UNITED VAN LINES AGENTS" Polarized Lenses POLARIZED LENSES completely eliminate annoying from water highways and beaches. And now you ciin have them in your own prescription! Drive more saiely. See more clnnrly. Framed in our zingy new platters, squares, ovals or octagons. Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions Preicrlption Sunglossei Children'! Framet Magnifier! Reasonable Price! WE HAVE THE WILD BUCKWHEAT t AftTARY ci LADY'S THUMB COW COCKLE rtEMP RUSSIAN THISTLE GREEN FOXTAIL THURSDAY, MAY 18 FARM SUPPLY CENTRE LETHBRIDGE OFFER Size C78-14 Each, only 2 5 4-ply polyester cord for strength with ride comfort The tire cord material for up-to-date strength, safety and durability. It meets today's most demanding needs for a smooth, comfortable ride. Modern 78 series gives the low, wide, husky look that is so. in demand. Engineered for stability and steering control. tread depth. Thousands of tread edges in each tire form an aggressive tread design for traction and skid resistance. Combination of tread depth and 78 series design insure long, dependable mileage. (Original Equipment) styling. The new Fastrak 4-ply Polyester is the same design in tread pattern, tread depth, aspecl ratio and styling as Uniroyal Fastrak original equipment on many 1972 automobiles. Uniroyal Value Assured. Full value lor your tire dollar: quality, safety, mileage and durability strength with riding comfort. A safe tire value for every driving need E78-14 F78-14 G78-14 Similar Savings On All Sizes; 23.25 H78-14........... 28.60 24.95 G78-15 26.75 26.75 H78-15 28.60 (WHITEWALl.) "The Best Deal-For Every Wheel" CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE JUST SAY- "CHARGE IT" LETHBRiDGE 1621 3rd Avc. S., Phono 327-5985 TABER 6201 50th Ave., Phono 223-3441 FERNIE, B.C. Phone 423-7746 ;