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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Provinces Make Pitch For New Industry By MIKE WILLIAMS Prws SUH Writer Financiag, once a problem toe new industry, now is be- coming more of a selection pro- cess as provinces vis with cora- petine; aid programs. From British Columbia's In- centive grant lo iron and cop- per producers to Manitoba's IW-per-cent financing of land and buildings, industries need only to deckle which offer will benefit them most to make their pitch. A Cross-Canada Survey by The Canadian Press shows all provinces offer planning- and research information and be- yond that a variety of incen- tives. Britisk Coltunbta B.C., the Marriage Act Law Amended only province where govern- ment grants are not commoa, offers the Iron and Copper Bounty Act. Iron producers are paid to a too for 10 years and copper producers one cent a ton up to a year. Government .offices in Lon- don and Los Angeles help at- tract new industry to the prov- ince. Alberta: AEwrta Commercial Corp., set up about years has three basic programs: 1. Inventory is financed by bulk buying and selling back to company, stockpiling of pro- ducts which must be such as mobile homes, is un- derwritten. j Loan; are provided .for land and buildings. However, M corporation does not try to compete with mortgage or other lending institutions. 3. Plant equipment is fr nanced for expansion, and which are easy chewan Economic ment Corp. provides ndustry, usually up to SO per cent although1 BO limit has been WINNIPEG (CP) A bill to amend the Marriage Ad. to per mil county court magistrates to civil marriages was given second reading, approva in principle, legislature. in, the Manitoba Health Minister Rene Toupm said the purpose of the ameni meet is to aid people in run areas where judges are not a ways accessible. The bill also removes all re erences to pregnancy a grounds for marriages ai gives young people between tl ages at 16 and IS recourse the courts if parental permi tjoo to marry cannot be obtain ed. U) said Saskatchewan: The Saskat- Develop- lout to set. Because of tight money, fin- ancial assistance has been ex tended to feedM and bog, egg and poultry operations. The Manitoba De- velopment Fund wiH consider full of land and bufle ingVand M per cent on ina- cbinery and equipment Government programs in- clude shared-cost, on-site pre- paration and-a program technical assistance grant available to manufacturer; processors distributon and the orre cases new industry is fi- nanced. Program manager N. F..N. Picard says: "Alberta was one of the first if not the first _ to do this, and other govern- ments incentive programs are based on Alberta's successes." And, be note, Alberta has neither sales tax nor succession duties. Opposition critics contend me government is not seffing sec- ondary industries. "We grew up with the resource industries construction industry. The government says new in- dustries in 1968 accounted fc new jobs in primary secondary industries and in other areas jeukemia Treatment 'ossible EDMONTON (CP) Leuke- mia patients could benefit iron new five-yiar, re- search project into tissue trans- ilaats at the University of Al- >erta, one of the researchers said here. Dr.-W. D. Armstrong, as- sociate la Use team headed by Dr. John Dossetor aid.Dr. Enrin Diener, said if rhey can come up with a way to prevent or reduce the body's reaction to ranspUnted tissue, treatment of leukemia would be possible. The bone marrow causing tha excess production of white blood cells could be removed and new marrow transplanted in its place, be said in an interview Dr. Armstrong was attending a new? conference announcing a news conr the establishment of a team for t r a nsplant research sponsored by the Medical Research Coun- cil and the university. "Thfc; is only one of the possi- ble wider applications of this re- be said. Boyle's Column Season Tickets >olicy Adopted ASPHALT PAVING TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVH. Construction Co. Ud. rvioat 1 Aid Civic Centre TABEB (HNS) The Ed- monton Exhibition Association will provide financial aid to the Taber Civic Centre project. The aid will come indirectly through the Taber Uons Club. It has accepted an offer of agency for tickets on the Cana- dian Derby. The agency offer made by the EEA to the Taber Chamber of Commerce was declined by the chamber council and the oppor- tunity was readily picked op by the energetic and aggressive Uons. Tickets wffl be on by aD members of the dub. All proceeds go to the cmc centre building fund. FREDKOMM COMPLETE SELLOUT AUCTION SALE THURSDAY, APRIL 9 11 a.m. TERMS: CASH Kevin, will foltowiB, Artieta. by By HAL BOYLE a guessing game, and no one ean-.siy for sure .what 'wiH happen next But1 nun, now and. then, gets tired-of the guessing game. Itat's one of the rea- sons be. turns to the consola- tions of has past He tikes Ms yesterdays.becaose he.doesnt have to guess aboiat them. You have been through mite a few. yesterdays yoa-- you cankwk teck and remember The only way jar best girl could bold yoor hand in public without appearing to be bra- zen was to pretend to read your fate by He etched in it. s -who ate roein and pizza pie inOme same week was a culinary dared- evil. If you wanted ta yoor drink you had .Joe pick aiid chop it juuiatJf. Most people went toough life doing without the things they comdnt afford, instead of going ahead and bnying them anyway: v _ In .summer t was drfBenJt- even'in the finest'netanriaU. to pick op a mena that didn't nave at least half a dozen fly, specks on it Some folks even; pbilosophkaOy oboerved that; if the food served there waant good enough for the flies, it, wasnt good enough for them.' There was a diflerent kind of generation gap. Nobody over thought anybody under 40 coold be tnrtet-at least to the extent of noldtag pubbc office. Almost every large (amfly bad one shy, retiring member m it who was onabte to.cope with the probietns of-.worka- day life and was described ac oaviog "weak nerres." If nobody was knitting any thing for a man, he knew no- body Soved him. Sex was aQ right in Its place, but ft place was in the dictionary. When tie long-disUnce op- erator rang yoor phone, you wondered which of voi was at dead, or desperatety in need of money. Few people staryed up after- mdnight without explaining why the next day. Those were the days. Re- member? TAUC ON VtntJAM-lorry, 21 (top Gerry, 2 (top' Mike, 20 (lower oVuerters from the) UnHed orrnod Tom Hefferman, 25, Canadian who in tin-U.S. Marine) lold of il.S. killing and torturing and prijorurt at a in Toronto. TABER (HNS) Persons liripatiBg in minor hockey figure skating programs in the recreabM centre net fall wul be required to hold season skating tickets. This policy was adopted by the Taber recreation, board this week, a review of rate structures here aid at neigb- icrisjg centres. Season' tickets wil provide tee and'figure Any fissue- jig at the programs by the re- spective associations will be aa e x t r a charge to partita- unts. With two skating avail- able ii future, more ice anw will be available for sjameroai programs, and aa b rates has been adopted. Hockey -games in the will pay W gate receipts with t glosses Iky know when b turn on... Gems of Truth: ncswnb wwcu rr VAN PELT CUSTOM INTERIORS LTD. UTHMHXH Now for CVW b rot He h you Wt count not cost for Glory wfriew, grot. wiH reword u> far all that w. do. They iufan when Wi irony and bright. Thea deax indoors and at night. SBMctMy. Comfortably. Automatically. A neutral gray that never hides your doesn't disturb natural coloring. Conine; created the maie glasses Jtut eome in and wk. and oft OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. 308---- S- S Phone }2' 3609 HODGEPODGE ACROSS 1 Spanish Eaacsrtial oil. -.11 StretcM the iwck.' 42 Habitat ef ancient .ur., liv. PTO 1HC mS, livo loader, ballast and 3-pt. hitch. Fordxm with 3-pt. hitch, lirei. 21 river. Have. f Fa M-r super 92 1760 model 12-fl.table; U-ft. Alton disc, 1967 McCoy.Renr: drum pickup) M-F 1.5-ft. oil- rtvSU No! 154; Jeoffroy 1.4-fl, valor 10-1., 4-fl. 2-IHC 12-fl. hoe drills, with fertiliser attach- ment ond hitch, Versalil. IS-ft. 10-ft. rodweeders, 1-lJ-ft. rodweeder; .Morris 15-ft. rod- WMder artathment (never 2 sets Fle-Harrows, 3 sec harrpwii 2 DSA 14-10 drill transport) Anderson chaff scverl sprayer with booms; sprayer tank with jel nozzle; CocVsSutt U-ft. disc drill; JD No. 9 mower, 3-pt.j J-IHC comb, hammer mills, 8-ins.; Mayrath 34-ft. oraln auoer with Koehler motor! 3-pt. hilch oneway; 3-pt. hilch ditcherj hitch 8-ft. cultivator, 4-in. auger drill filler, 12-volt cables; 2 motors-BiS 9-12 h.p.; Wisconsin, 15 h.p., double cylinder; 2 hayracks, 1 flat deck trailer; trailer for irriga- tion pipe, 4-in. V-bel! drive with 3 drivers: To fit JD Mod, K, WC 45 Allis Chalmers, Oliver 88. UVISTOCK 2-ye3r-old heifer. heifers. (Hereford bull papers Saddle horse. Yearling steer. 1942 Chevrolet J-lon with metol box, holsl, slock racks and side boards. TANKS gol. tanks with hoses ond noztles. 3 stands for above. 100 gal. lonk. VETERINARY SUPPLIES Vaccine guns, elc., horn brands, tatloo set. M1SCH.LANEOUS AND SMAU TOCX.S Oil pump; 2 metal troughs: 18 posls, 5'x4; grease guns truck lorp, 12'xU', Oucan, straps; bolts bin, air compressor, eleclric fencer; battery charger; melal tool boxes, various sizes; 4-in. vise, Vi-in. electric drill Forney electric welder. Smith acetylene welder; 4 sump pumps (1 brand weldings-table grinder; set 80-lh. scales, toomers; 1 tap ond die sets; manual rom; cables; post mall; picks; hammers, lows, planes, Chains, forks, shovels, plpft wrenches, hwt lamp unit for 5 bulbs, extension cords, 2 single heal lamp until; drill press for electric drill. GUNS .308 cal., .303 cal., .22 cot. HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES Viking 16 cu. ft. refrigeralor, double door with freezer en botlom, O'Ksefo and Merrill propane stove (with built-in healer and cenlre combination electric and coal- slave; BTU oil heater (with copper set laundry lubs metol bedstead wilh coil springs and matlress; Maylag wringer washer (like AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Mr. Fred Komrn has a wall-kept o( Icle model mochinerv, Mr, Kemm has Instructed us that iverylhing will sell as he It going tut of the farming business, 5AU CONDUCTED BY HAMMON OSEEN AUCTION SERVICE TURIN, ALBERTA AUCTIONEERS DEAN OSEEN JEMY HAMMON No. 611 licence 404 Phone 739-2184 'hone 73M340 ENCHANT, AITA. TURIN, AITA, Government Gives Film Co-Op Grant WINNIPEG (CP) The fed- eral health and welfare depart- ment will offer financial assist- ance to the Canadian Amateur Swimming Association to oper- ate Us Swininar TO program. CASA President Stewart Mad- din said Friday that Health Minster John Munro told him the fitness and amateur sports council wiU offer1 part-payment of the costs of the program which will begin immediately. Swiminar TO is the CASA's "new concept in designed to broaden the baae of the sport in Canada. Maddin said actual costs of the program are not known since the project "has never been attempted before by any sport in Canada." Under the program, former Olympic coach Howard Rrby of Vancouver will tour the country instructing coaches and- swim- mers and offering asristancr in [be formation of clubs. The program, win nm five to six months with smaller com- munities and underleveloper. regions receiving the most at teotton. 'jMdM. not, Sltterm. Artisan. If 40 New Deal. Parliament Hill Peace Tower Under Repair OTTAWA (CP) The Peac Tower at the Parliament bulk ngs is lo get a plexiglass pro ectioiTover the lookout to pre- vent spectators jumping off. The lookout has been closei since Wednesday' when Rona Hoatley, 21, ol Ottawa, climbed through the Iron cage work above the parapet and jumped 214 (eet to his Workmen Friday were attach- ing wire mesh as a slop-gap measure until the plexiglass can be Installed. The tower is ex- pected lo reopen next seek. Samples of IHalley's blood being tcsied lo determine whether he was -under the Influ- ence of drugs. pirtt. 7 Trunk. Strfnvu untttt. t Mi nte. T IS a.Vtltow i ending. 11t Swt! 2 Lbbr. 12 Ten: form II Grill., lit a war- It Gender. 17Seught. 20 Strange. H of 1} command. cota. 1JZ Wtiaft a I03 Sieve, for lOSFraH ilot lime. 101 Cain 25 Water container. 26 call before a court. it Theater couple. 2! Strikes out. 31 Age. KFfat. name? 111 In a fur- tive way Hit, atem. M His: Fr.. ,117 Convex molding. USSoTar diika, HJFrencn retitive, IKJSpjniih cowboy oeir. 121 Ham U up, 123 pit. 47 Air: comb. 36 form. 37P10U. MTalkl 31 fooliihly. M CemparaUva it Poly n til an endlnj, ptrtOTl. 42 Clcive. 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