Salient. Victoria University Student Newspaper. Volume 33, No. 6 6 May 1970
As a result of the Caterers sub-committee meeting a number of changes have been made in the dining rooms.
These include the buying of a new coffee-making machine and a new pie warmer to provide better facilities.
A report by Margaret Bryson on the submissions to Mr Levenbach and his answers has also been prepared.
She points out that one of the most serious problems facing the cafe at the moment was loss of such things as cups, spoons and milk bottles. This term alone 670 milk bottles had gone missing from the cafe.
It is also mentioned that the question of prices would come up later in the year.
Margaret Bryson said that. "We must recognise the caterer's difficulties and prepare ourselves fot some increases later on."
In reply to the A.G.M. motion to have Mr Levenbach's contract made open to tender, the report says; "As the result of our discussions with the caterer tend to (sic) improvements indicated, there is no reason why the present contract . . . should not be completed to the mutual satisfaction of both parties."