Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
14 THE lETHBRICr.t HERALD Snlurday, Mdy 20, 1577 lumber plans lo si JIM MAVIlll' Ilcralil MiiH Wrilrr iiidc'j'Hi ..ludv is in rcndi'dcd by I be I cllibr: nf romnicve lo Icrmine local e "WITS, consultants and (raclors are (.'cltin" a sbnl-'.e from city Council. Dales, of lhe chamber's civic affairs ion- will be invited by Invitation to fair allond a special chamber nice in Svcn F.rickscn's Family Iteslaiiranl at 7 p.m. June 7. "II will be a down-lo-earlh millee, lold thc chamber inctt- mcelinK where anybody w h o ing thai increasing coneeni has I wants lo bitch about anything been expressed that perhaps j the chamber's activities, il local professionals i role, what it's doing or n o 11 in favor j doing, or jusl anything ca lo meet I being overlooked i nf outside consult anli; and con- i hitch, X said. "There will be Lelhbridge used to give pre- ferential treatment to local bid- 1 dcrs over outside bidders when a delightful surprise for those who nltcncl. I'm nol going lo say any more about il." has been suggested several tenders were close but Ihis! times thai thc general cham- practice was dropped s o m i- lw'' membership is not real) An executive- merlinp n, 1he b was with what goes Progressive Lonscrvaluc1 As- in lhe chamber. If was f c H sociauor, of has I that more general meetings cf been fn, p.m. I nnUlro ot the planned June aiine ai.. prcfcrcnlial consideration is i T meeting would mean more Associal.on presidenl Julius involvement of the g e n e r a Gal said inat business association uivcn their ic-l that they livt the communities, pay taxes and 11P some fl'cpn ideas. lhe nS dis- spito Ite bcl'lral they lh-e bring organization i t'ii 'i it inn nrTir I nil UIU tiiiiiiniuui.n.3, jjnj mm i da T rr1 111 t tcl 3iiv mcniuer coSimiion situation J wishes Mr. Bland ,ivi that nn ie' no stalcl be looked into closely but it appears as though saxs that an anmia lne lakcs any this message either hasn't got shall lie held ycarlv Jan 1 and April 1 "unless an po-'ilivc Eland or action, emergency arises. The chamber is also selting an "arly federal i "P a committee to study the election some executive mem- i feasibility and advisability ol obtaining ils own building. Tim subject was discussed hricflv with members of t h c ten across or members are hcs itanl on attending. Sept. 7 as tiie date of Ihis year's annual meeting. This date is expected to be cilher altered or confirmed Tuesday nighl. On-the-job grants The department nf manpower nnd immigration has approved the expenditure of additional money to provide on-thc-job training lo unemployed Albcr- tans. Westcan Trrigalinn and Pump Co. Ltd.. Lellibridge. will re- ceive 53.501 from the federal government to (rain four people in various phases ol its opera- tion. Parsons Commercial Electric Ltd.. Lethbridge, will receive to 'train one materials and stock co ordinator and two apprentice electricians. Kalis pell Chamber of Com- i merce who attended the meel- I ing during their goodwill tour I lo southern Alberta and south- eastern B.C. The Kalis pell I chamber owns its own baild- ing and leases the land on which it sits. i Chamber president Terry Bland advised the directors that even- chamber member to be enforced Street and sidewalk work starting With city council approval o[ a revised capital budget con cerninR public works, the en gingering department is going ahead with ils 1972 street and alk improvement pro- gram. m f e. i i Paving has begun on Stafford 1 rafnc La ws -ye- Stafford Ave. Asphalt surfacing will also be laid shortly in the Ventura subdivision, on 12th i Ave. N. and Ventura Road. i Olher streets scheduled for paving this summer are Lake I ridge Blvd., roads in Marty's subdivision and Lakemount Bill West, city police Inspec- Blvd. from Lakeridge Blvd. to tor in charge o[ traffic enforce- Lakewood Road. Kilson Wholesale Leth- ment. announced a program of Mayor Magratli Drive will be bridge, will train an electronics strict enforcement of vebicu-' torn up along the easl side technician under its contract of lar laws will start today. j from east of 3rd Are. S. to 20th S345. He said city police have been i Ave. S. for installation of a new Harold Mandeville, Ijclh- j ordered to strictly enforce all j water line to sen-ice the south- bridge, will receive SI.200 lo driving laws, including speed-' east pail of the city. Once lhat. is still confused Dy 1UC SWIIIART mfitlcr lo calculate how many Hcrahl Slnff Wrllrr acres ho needed lo assign to The Alberta rapesecd qnola j enable him deliver all his picture remains clouded today rapesecd to a he following provincial cabinet ministerial intervention and ac- lion on behalf of up !o farmers whose sales permit books have been confiscated by the Canadian Wheat Board. The CWB has lifted the quota permit books from the farmers for over delivery of raieseed and other quota violations and thi5 action is being seriously ques- tioned by Alberta Agriculture Minister Dr. Hugh Homer and Attorney General Men' Leitcli. Four court cases involving farmers whose permit books had been revoked by the CWB i havc were stopped by a stay of pro- ceedings from Mr. Lcitch. Dr. Homer said he asked Mr train one farmhand. AT NOMINAl COST For Further Information Phone ing. careless impaired i project is completed, major re- driving, failure to slop at a construction of Mayor Magralll stop sign or red light, improper' Drive from 3rd Ave. to 5lh Ave.: turns and the like S. will begin. j "With the arrival of warm Reconstruction is also sched- j weather our men will be pay- j uled for 2nd Ave. S. from tcth ing great attention to noisy! St. to ]0lh St. and 5lh Ave. S.! vehicles wilh improper equip- j from 13th to 15th St. i he said. Intersections at 7th Ave, and "Extra horse patrols will he Ulh St. S. and 2nd Ave. and i made to the coulee areas N. will be altered to I if, enforce regulations against j minimize jogs in the through use of motorized vehicles. Streets. Even-one guilty of that offence will be taken to he said. PARKS SHOULD BE CLEAN Jos Chenger (foreground) and Phil Illingsworlh decided Henderson Lake should look better than if has so far this year. The Ivvo young Lethbridge men spent the weekend removing all the Irosh, dead branches, weeds and ofher such residue from the lakes' shore. The result cf their voluntary labor has left the lake with sparkling clear shore water and a much more pleasing smell. Kerber Photo years belli repon times' Leilch lo intercede because he doubts lhe constit-ulionahty of lhe CWB move in inlerierrinf! in a "in provincial grain" matter. C. E. Gordon Earl, executive director of the Canadian wheat board, said in a telephone inter- view that the first point to con- sider in lhe "conflicl" is lo note that rapeseed is a grain under the Canadian Wheat Board Act. "II rapeseed is a grain, we have to apply Uie quota sys- tem to said Mr. Eari. "Over the years, we took the view that as far as over quota deliveries was concerned, and this involved selected barley1 as well, we allowed this to con- tinue. "But, in J970, the federal gov- ernment appointed the Bowden I Committee and one of the ree- ommendations of that report; was that, in order lo achieve a number of objectives all over quota deliveries should be stopped." Mr. Earl said that and its recommendations was supported by all fhc farm or- ganisations, and was accept- able to the government and to thc CWB. "In return for that, we have been accused of many he said. "Now we realize that the crushing industry is in a dif- saicl. "There is no problem lo do this at all. It is very simple arithmetic. "Really we said was we are giving you, somewhere down the bit at the end of the crop year, a quota factor for the entire area. What we are saying is that we recognize the problem of the crusher, here is an advance quota if you want lo csll it thai, that gives you qui'e an advantage quota- ivisc Ihal olher elevators don't Mr. Earl said the present quota for which came inlo effect at the start of this crop year, is 20 bushels per as- signed acre. On to.) of this. Mr. Ear! said lhe wheat board then opened the quota for rapeseed to the country elevators up seven bu- shels per acre for truck deliv- eries to western crushers for domestic crushers only. A farmer couldn't deliver inlo I'nc export market, jusl into the crushing plants, under this added quota. By BON CA1.DWFLL herald Staff no awav v.iih but also mosti "The Ircnd today Is to get mtmly districts would go. Cerent category lhan the export area and that some ways and means have to be devised to be sure there was a continuous supply of rf.wsoed (o main- tain their operations on a vi- able basis. The other recommendation of the report ol the committee j that was acceptable to most I parties was the idea of assign- I ing acres to a certain crop. This is done so the CWB knows what production to expect and what sales that can lie fulfilled. Earl said that last Allg- away from Die type of socicly; ust thc CWB told lhe crushers First sale of red Angus on Monday Foil Maclcod Auction Mar- ket, Ltd. will conduct thc first red Ahcrclcen-Angus cattle sals in Canada jUorul.ny. Makcnzie Brothers of Moun- tain View will offer 58 lots dur- report, ing the salej lo nc I off al p.m. 1 The for lure of the sale is famous Rrd Mac Larkahcland 24B. One-half interest sells with full possession and full semen rights lo the purchaser. Mac- I'rcJhcj's reserve 50 am- pules of semen per year foi personal use. There arc also 12 cow-caff. pairs offered. The cows are open. .Also, (here will he three two-year-old open heifers and-. 15 open yearling heifers. Seven two-year-old hulls will be offered, along with 21 year- ling hulls. In September, 19G2, a bull, a cow-calf pair and two heifers of rod Angus Mood lines were purchased from Sally Forbes1 Becton Slock Farm near Sheri- dan, These were UIQ first restored red Agus cattlo in Canada. Since starling on the show trail in iflTn. the Mackenzies QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Denial Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldf. PHONE ORIENTAL GOODS NOVEITIES BOW ON TONG CO. PHONE 327-3675 316 2nd AVENUE SOUTH I scholarships offered Trent University in Peterbor- ough, Ont., is killing two birds wilh one stone. fn the face of dropping unl- versity enrolments, Trent U is w 3] offering five scholarships j said for persons of Indian ancestry but wlia do nol qualify for cdu- I calional assistance from the federal government I Trent's department of naUve studies is the only university department in Canada have shown and won ribbons in several cf the largest catlle huns In Canada, including A rcnori lo the provincial The T.ethbridge separate where do things in name that the stalling quota vvonld government recomma n d i n g school district has an enrol-! ol efficiency and forget the he a factor ot 20 bushels per abolition of nil school systems a! slightly more than I human element." 'assigned am. This figure is _ I with an enrolment of lets than j Mr. Boras said the provincial slightly higher than the aver- Royal Winter Show In Toronto. j is about To years "liiilu'iirt ''Jl seems the researcher is j association will be having a age yield of rapeseed in thc en-1 Auctioneers will be Ken Hnrl- ti'.e times, said John Boras, saying we must do everything i meeting shortly and he prom-! tire designated area. i president 'of the Alberta Calho- in lhe name of efficiency and I ised official rcpresenlalion will "Now, given that factor of hurt, Ted Nenhy and Dave Me. Nab. vSchool Trustees' Associa- aiiy school district with be made to the provincial gov-; 20 bushels per acre, and the fewer than 2.500 pupils is not eminent opposing thc recom- producer knowing what his pro- "I don't think I could be said Mr. Boras. mendations of the report. Iduction was, il was a simple more shocked or dismayed to hear of a document, supposed-j ly researched, recommending! larger school he First, for rilv "This Is contrary lo every- thing I've heard in education I circles for the lasl two or three years." The study on administrative ccsi.s of education ivas rigation division set up By KIC SWIIIABT TIcralii Slaff Letliliriclgc has selected TRADE UP NOW TO ONE OF LOW MILEAGE "Standard of the Majoring Worlrl All w'lh contjliicning for stumer cj'nV.'ng 1571 C.13ILLAC SEDAN DE ViLLE 1571 CADILLAC SEDAN DE VltlE fnq i.-.knnr. fqjip-n.f elecfrrr stereo rirck, cuil 1970 CADHLAC SfDAN DE VILLE In lovoly olivo grpcn f.nish wilh vinyl rco'. 1966 CADHLAC COUPE DE VILLE power dmr 1971 RUJCK ESIATf WAGON 13 JM7) I.'-J r'f.cl-.r '.'r.1 t control. cuMorr, AM p' 'I 'T r.lni. Coil 026-1101 lo view ono of ihcso fino carl DEMY CHEVROLET OlDSMQBILE 5nd cjni) 51. S. Inlhhn'clt offers credits ti lor of arts degree studies. Interested applicants are fpn as a base centre for a gov- naive Mr Boras clnirmnn of irrmauon uis.iicis v.uu uuor- Sennr'le Rri division, w-ilh the malion v.-hich will enable them sprinkler irrigation and irriga- per cent of thc land under cul- tion scheduling information and livation is under irrigation but possibly, dugout testing. 20 per cent of the agricultural The divi1 ;on will thc i oulnut comes from this land, irrigation dis'.ncis v.ilh infor- GIGANTIC AUCTION APPLIANCES SPORTING GOODS FURNITURE All new merchandise MON., MAY 29th HURLBURT AUCTION WAREHOUSE Phone 328-4705 Separale School of Ulc t native studies. I school lo establish (he water assess- ment roles. of Ihe division THRIFTY BUYERS CHECK WITH US BEFORE YOU BUY CONDITIONERS HJICJ FANS ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS STEREO S PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE 323.666t KEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 9th St. 5. Phono 328-1778 We fo Annnuntn Thor vfo are now the official Dealm for L.D.S. Books, Missionary and Genealogical Supplies For tf-e 151st Quorum of 70's Wf> hove a largo Inveniory of Books and Supple, with omple frno parking to make your ihopping convenient lo you. has Ijten named acLing direclov j, nf (he division which was cs- Lablisherl April 1. The d i v i- sion will lie rcsponsihlc fov i acres of land in Alberta, i K-.e majority o' which is in lhe area smu'h of .Mr Punfinr lhe division V.T.S scl up for all Llic orpaniztid i districts in Hie prov- incc. Tiierc arc appnrciil-ly aLsa several private schemes rang- from '20 In son ncrcs. lie said I lip division will op- cralc in Uircc main areas; in- i eluding service lo indinidal farmers, service to irrigation rlisiricls and work in the areas of applied research. Most imporl.ini. arcordiriR lo Mr. Piinfior, ii the service lo the imJividual fanner. Thc divi- sion will provide professional consultation, extension o r k, land (orminp and levelling. PHOTOGRAPHERS PORTRAIT WEDDING COMMERCIAL SAME CONVENIENT LOCATION S. 318.0111 PHONES 32B-0222 classify land used for lion lo separate lhat which is Irrioablc and that which is un- irrifiable. Tho rlLslricLs assess fees for water use according to Hie number of acres actually serviced, Also, the districts will re- ceive reports fanner viewpoiris cm iv t> i- k needed for major rchabilitalion programs in the province. This will allow the districts IQ determine how to bellc.r SITVP (he wafer subscribcrF In tho s r r a of applied rn- search, (he division will work wilh all groups to close tho n.ap i (iclwccn theory and practice for irrigalinn. "We will attempt. lo come up with answers to cv- erv'dnv fnr irrigalion fanners." I The slrucUire of thc division Is mostly in southern Alberta There are four sub-offices man- nod by professional irrig.'dion specialists and three sub offices manned by senior irrigation technicians working under di- rection of tho specialists. j Nnroika in Lolhlm'dKo, Ring In Tabcr, Colin Nils- son in Medicine Hnt and I Spicss in Brooks ore. the, ii-riga-' tion specialists. Thc offices wilh senior tecli- nirinns nvc located al How ts- land, VAiixhflll nnd Slr.iDnnnr-R. Mr. Pungor snid only four i! THANK YOU To the many customers of the Qua lily Bakery over the pasi years I would like lo say. "Thank you for your patronage." I have sold the bakery to Mr. Paul Burkart. He is a 'well qualified baker and has worked in lhe bakery fcr some time. 1 am sure that you will coniinue lo re- ceivo (he some high qualify pioducts- Alf Stoberl QUALITY BAKERY 1640 Mnyor Magrath Drivo The World Famous 3 Ring Circus sii IE KiS f COMJNG! May 31st and June 1st LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION GRANDSTAND AFTERNOONS P.M. EVENINGS P.M.