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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta BUS TOURS California -Arizona 16 Days October 21 ea. (Double Occupancy) For Information and bookings contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRt VIllAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbritlge, Alberta, Friday, September 22, 1972 PAGES 11 TO 24 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4th AVE. 5. PHONE 328-7121 Now Arriving: THE NEW EUROPEAN FALL EYE FASHIONS for 1973 Harvest operations resume in south Harvest operations In south- ern Alberta have resumed in lull swing following wet weath- er conditions the first part of the week. Tile eastern part of the prov- ince is the furthest advanced, with Foremost arjd Medicine Hat regions reporting harvest almost completed. Flax, wliich is late maturing, is about the only crop loft to finish. The soil is lighter in the east- ern areas and it generally gets less moisture during the grow- ing and harvest season. Taber reports wheat crops virtually complete, with yields in the 15 to 60 bushel per acre range. Barley is 95 per cent threshed and is yielding 25 to 70 bushels per acre. Rapesecd crops are all threshed with yeidls of 35 bushels per acre reported. Cardston reports winter wheat harvest 85 par cent fin- ished. Spring wheat crops have been 40 per cent swathed and 30 par cent threshed. Yields are in the 30 bushel per acre range. Oat crops ore 30 per cent tlireshed with barley crops 70 per cent swathed arid 25 per cent threshed. Pincher Creek and Clar.es- holm regions report similar conditions. Wheat crops are about 70 per cent swathed and 30 per cent tlireshed. They are yielding 40 bushels per acre. Barley crops are 95 per cent swathed and "10 per cent har- vested with yields of 60 bushels per acre reported. Rapcseed crops in the west- ern portion of the prov- ince have been totally swathed with harvest operation 60 per cent complete. Yields are reach ing the 30 to 35 bushel per acre range. Elevator companies and farmers are reporting surplus storage room both in the coun- try elevator system and on the farms. With about one week of good wos'jher conditions, harvest operations should be 95 per cent complete for all cereal crops. Haying operations are being terminated with only a few bales and stooks left standing in the fields. Allied Arts winter program Registrations mil begin Sat- urday morning and continue next week for the Allied Arts Winter Program of instruction in various arts and crafts. Saturday at 10 a.m. a class In sculpture for young people will be offered. Adults will be able to register for photography and silversmithing Monday Photo business approved Temporary permission to es- tablish a home occupation of- fice for freelance photography and film production at 1242 5th Ave. S. was given to E. Lilley by the Municipal Planning commission. Mr. Lillcy told the commis- sion his primary objective is to do film production work on lo- cation in the area. He will be allowed to do so from his home until Mar. 31, 1973. If the business volume In- creases, Mr. Lilley said, he would take out office space in a commercial area. Production volume could In- crease if the CBC approves a planned six halt hour film series Mr. Lilley has bid for. On other business, the com- mission approved plans for the construction of four four-plexes at 244 North Mayor Magrath Drive by Link Brothers Con- struction of Medicine Hat. sculpture on Tuesday and win- tercrafts on Wednesday. Wintererafts is a unique pro- gram which includes Japan ese flower-making, batik an launch the United Appeal campaign in the educational group. Allan Purvis, assistant dir. ector of the community chest, said representatives from the Alberta Teachers' Association the LeUihridge Community Col- lege and the University of Leth- bridge, and the principals of the Lethbridge schools will at- tend. Bill Cousins, local ATA presi- dent, said the ATA always sup- ports the United Appeal and will again do its best this year Mr. Purvis said teaching Is the largest profession in the city and contributes a signifi cant amount to the United Ap- peal. The Monday meeting Is to launch an organized interna canvass among the teachers. 3vertiire memberships available Advance memberships are ow available to the Overture Concerts Association. Tiie membership entitles a >erson to attend the four con- erts scheduled for the 1972-73 eason. These are The Canadian )pera Company's English ver- Ion of Mozart's comic opera. Cosi Fan Tutte, Dec. 6; the rienna Nights, a European op- irelta of 19th century waltzes n February; Uie Jose Molina ipanish dance group in April; nd the CBC Vancouver Radio Orchestra in May. Subscriptions are available jy contacting secretary Jean liingland, 2c Spruce Towers 20 I5th St. S., or by phoning 274415. LEROY'S PLUMBING GASFIT7ING SERVICE WORK NEW INSTALLATIONS PHONE 328-8403 SUNDAY IS FAMILY DAY at ERICKSEN'S (SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MENU) EXCELLENT FOOD GRACIOUS SERVICE both basic Ingredients for relaxed and enjoyable diningi DINNER MUSIC 6 to 8 p.m. Phone 328-7756 for Reservation! M THC OU> TRADITION OF MXUTTMrrf ides to an agreement. If this ails, the board will compile an ward which both sides will otc on. It usually takes about vvo weeks for the board to rite a potential agreement. hanges to make education rel- vant. The student-reaction group avelled throughout the prov- ce during the summer sifting pinions and comments from lose who will be directly af- ected by changes brought bout by the Worth study. Mr. Head said to .udents were covered, mostly irough forums and seminars. He said students see their in- olvement in changing the pro- ess of education, rather than he mechanics of the system. "Students exert no organized ressurc on Uie government uch as groups like the ATA and ASTA he said. "Tho Ludents arc going to concert- more on those things that an't be legislated by the gov- rnment things that take lace in the classroom." Mr. Head predicted the pro- incial government will move uickly in implementation of ome recommendations in (lie report. "It will be discussed quite xtensively in the fall session jf the legislature and you can robabiy look for a lot of ac- ion next he said. One of the most striking as- pects of the report, he said, its future forecast. It has >redicted where society could >e in 30 years and mapped out he route for education to fake vhich will enable society to ease into the change rather han have it dropped on them ike an unexpected bomb. Choral meet here The first convention of the 'rovincial Choral Directors' As- sociation will be held at the University of Lethbridge Oct. 2t 21. Featured speaker at the ses- sions will be Earl Terry of Tor onto. Musical program for Oct. 2' is a performance by the One- Third-Ninth Trio from Calgary The Anne Campbell Stagers wil entertain Oct. 21. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAE MED1CAI DENTAl BLDG. Lower Level PHONE 327-2822 Tkreiiieai remanded David William Thremen, 26, was remanded In custody for one week. The remand was part of the standard procedure for ;eeping a person in custody. Tlireinen, charged in the Can- ada Day holiday death of An- gela Huemer, 16, of Lethbridge, s now scheduled to appear in Lethbridge Provincial Judge's Zouri Oct. 13, for a preliminary hearing on the charge of non- capital murder. LEAD CRYSTAL SALT AND PEPPER SHAKERS Choosa from a dozen ONLY A PAIR Call 327-5767 DOWNTOWN The Newest Teenage Rage I 2-Tone Slip-On fn brown sue da and brown leather with notched ex- tension soles. Many oth- er styles To choose from. See the newest in suede ties by Maxine and ATV'j. Just Arrived NORTH STAR JOGGERS In Blue Suede. All lizei from 1! boys' lo 12 men'j. OpanTng Friday til 9 p.m. USA Your Card ALL NEW AT CAMM'S DRESSY SLING By Wild Woolleys With 1 Inch sole and 3" heel, in block kid or block crlnkla polenf. (Similar to 4l 7 Also available with Urethane icle BASKETMAS1ER RUNNERS A complete iize range from size 11 infants' lo 12 CHILDREN'S SHOES By Savage and Classmates Misses' suede ties ore 'in' this fall. Savago Uni- mold Oxfords and Slip-ons ore a must. All properly filled at Camm's whero special care is token in the filling of vcung growing CAMM' 403 5th Street SHOES J ;