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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta FLASH SMALLPOX VACCINATION new required for visitors to Britain alto visitors to Europe in transit through London Airport. bulletin courtesy or ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Lethbritkic Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, April 13, 1973 Fingertip facts show progress 1972 was a very good year is the message going out in the annual fingertip facts brochure publ'thed by the city's economic deevelopment department. In fact, the brochure says it was likely the most excit- ing year in the history of Lethbridge, pointing to such events as the Woodwards- province million down- to vm redevelopment an- nouncement; start of con- struction of the International Distillers Canada Ltd. plant, largest single industrial de- velopment to occur iu the city, to date; official open- ing of the new University of Lethbridge campus, and an- noucement of a new bridge to West Lethbridge. Some economic indicators showed an upsurge in 1972, the brochure adds, particular- ly retail trade which increas- ed by about 12.5 per cent from in 1971 to an estimated and manufacturing, up 7 per cent to an estimated Some copies of the brochure, now in its 26th year of publication, are print- ed and mailed throughout the world, although primarily in North America. Copies go to all foregin re- presentatives of the federal department of industry, trade and commerce, Canadian commercial counsellors and embassies, and branches of chartered Canadian banks throughout the world. In addition, firms that have been in touch with the eco- nomic development office get a copy, including businesses in Pacific Rim and European countries. The brochure gives a brief historical description of Leth- bridge and community faci- lities available here and then provides information and sta- tistics on agriculture, coal and gas, manufacturing in Lethbridge and district, the weather and population. South Alberta livestock sent to Europe's markets The second of seven ship- ments of Canadian livestock destined for European mar- kets left Lethbridge late Thursday afternoon. Valued at about on the Southern Alberta market and about in Europe, the shipment included 494 head of animals. Included in the sMpment of slaughter animals were 213 uncastrated bull calves, 95 cows, 38 buBs asd 148 horses. They were loaded on five double deck rail cars and seven single deck cars after reaching Lethbridge from Pincher Creek Ranches Ltd., owned by Julien Deshorties. The animals w5ll be moved to St. John, New Brunswick, for loading on a ship which PHARMACY FACTS FROM O. C. STUBBS Acne? The skin eruptions so many teen-agers have problems with? If you or some member of your family can be having problems with acne you can be sure that, in al- fmost all cases, I this is a purely I temporary prob- jlem. In fact, al- imost three- I fourths of all I adolescents have [this problem in some degree. It's caused by hormone changes which take place while coming to physical maturity. The body produces the oily substance which lubri- cates hair and skin in more than necessary abundance, and the surplus oil tends to clog skin glands making acne occur. Strict cleanliness is, of course, a must with acne. And we have products which can be of help with this prob- lem, but in serous cases we al- ways recommend that you con- sult your doctor for his help. Why be like the man who jumped on his horse and rode off in all directions? Just re- member that Siubbs Pharmacy- is always your best place to "Say Hello To A Good at 1506-9th Avc. S. of course. Open daily 8.30 a.m. to p.m. Sundays and Holidays 12! noon to p.m. will take them to Le Treport, France. All the animals were checked at Pincher Creek Ranches by inspectors of the health of animals branch of the Canada Department of Agriculture. Some animals were trucked to Lethbridge Wednesday and were put in sealed pens. Bernard Dancet. technician for Louis Dreyfus Canada Ltd. of Montreal, said the next shipment, due about May 5, is now being collect- ed. The health of animals in- spectors will make tests on 550 horses April 26, 27 and 28 near Lethbridge. Mr. Cancet said the horses have been collected from Al- berta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schworfz Bld9. 222 Slh SI. S. Phone 328-4095 RELIEVES GAS PAINS New Volkswagens Only per month 2 year, mile warranty 1972 Vega miles New cor warranty 1969 Chevy Nova Extra clean unit, automatic transmission 1968 Mustang GT RAEWOOD MOTORS ITD. L VOLKSWAGEN PORSCHE AUDI Sales 3rd Ave. and 14th Si. S. Fort Henderson Lake This cannon, reminiscent of battles won and lost, stands guard on the shores of Henderson Lake, its only function now-to provide a resting place for pigeons, and a bit of drama in the lives of small boys._________________________________ Project architect named An architect has been ap- pointed for the senior citi- zens' apartment at the cen- tral school site and the build- ing could hopefully be com- pleted by late 1973. In making the announce- ment Thursday, Deputy AHC will participate in west side development The city has obtained Al- berta Housing Corporation backing for tlie west side de- velopment phase one. Deputy Mayor Cam Barnes announced AHC participation in West Lethbridge Thursday and said the first 100 lets will go on sale the latter part of this month. He said with AHC approval arrangements for immediate construction of the major park and lake will move ahead with council approval expected Monday night. "We'll be meeting with lo- cal builders at the end of next Aid. Barnes add- ed. He said a number of out- side builders interested i n West Lethbridge had contact- ed the city, but local builders would be given first crack at the west side phase-one, stage-one subdivision. BERGMAN'S FIOOR COVERINGS Custom Installations Mi. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. Open Thurs-. Fri. fill 9 p.m. INSURANCE HOME-BUSINESS-FARM AUTO and LIFE WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY See us soon fORSTER AGENCY 706 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-2793 Taber daffodil blitz Saturday The Taber Cancer Society has planned a daffodil blitz j for Saturday. j Girl Guides will be selling the flowers starting at 9 a.m. The society's main drive for funds to fight cancer will start April 30." Mayor Cam Barnes said the County of Lethbridge is ser- iously interested in an ad- ministration building on the same site. The two projects could be developed simultaneously, he said, allowing for creation of planned open space be- tween the senior citizens' apartment, the administra- tion building, and the new library. Architect for the apartment is Robins, Mitchell and Wat- son, the firm that designed the library. Aid. Barnes said the city's housing committee would work with the architects in determining the type of build- ing that will go up and amen- ities that will be included in- side it. As originally- envisioned -the building was to be a five- story 75 unit apartment. Aid. Barnes said it is hoped tenders for the structure could be let by Aug. 1 with completion construction date of late 1973 or early 1974. PAGES 17 TO 28 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. Lower Level 7th Street Shopping Mall Lethbridge, Alberta Phone (403) 328-7411 FILING CABINETS South developers get tourism loans By GREG McINTYRE Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON Speaker Gerry Amerongen ruled in favor of the opposition Thurs- day forcing the governirent to table details of more than million in loans to tourist projects under the new Alber- ta Opportunity Company. Mr. Amerongen ruled in fa- vor of Albert Ludwig Calgary Mountain View) who charged the government with a breach of privilege in fail- ing to disclose the location of the tourism loans. However, the government still refused to disclose the names of recipients of the money claiming applicants were assured of confidental- ity. In an interview, opposition house leader Jim Henderson said "There is no way the government is justified in keeping that information se- cret. "When the government loans public money, the public has a right to know where it's go- ing." Industry Minister Fred Peacock said he will recon- sider the secrecy of Alberta opportunity funds, a subject that has aroused heated de- bate on a number of recent occasions in the legislature. Mr. Henderson also scored the government for the fact that 13 per cent of the loans in the return tabled Thurs- day went to projects 5n Cal- gary and Edmonton. In setting up the industrial incentives fund the govern- ment said it was aimed to stimulate the rural economy. Among the tourism loans were a number granted in the Lethbridge for a 96-unit mo- tel and restaurant and a drive-in restaurant at Leth- bridge, for a 30 room motor hotel with cabaret, beverage room, cock tail lounge, dining lounge, restau- rant and swimming pool at Taber, for ski and sum- mer resort, consisting of lodge, six motel units, two 10- man dormitories, two duplex units, ski shop, wash house and other buildings located Experimental art films to be shown Newly released experi- mental art films will be shown Monday night at the Bon-man Arts Center, start- ing at p.m. The showing, sponsored by (he National Film Board, is open to the public. A discus- sion will follow. Admission is free. 15 miles southwest of Pincher Creek, for a nine sto- rey, 144-room motor hotel, two storey office building, bowling alley and shopping mall in Lethbridge, BSG BSG and 6VG SERIES GAS ENGINE DRIVE For general purpose use with heads wp 1o TOO ft ond suction lift up to 25 ft, available with or with- out fcvilt in checV valve Jn the following 1" ond IV discharge with a 2 HP engine ond IVj" and 2" dis- charge wilh a 3 HP engine. BST BST and BVT SERIES TRANS- MISSION DRTVI for V Belt drive or coupling connection. A John Crone mechanical seal assures trouble free opera- tion 4 sizes to choose from with or without built in checlc valve: IV, and 2" suction ond cJiwnorge. AVAIlABtt NOW AT BSE BSE and BVE SERIES FUC- TRIC MOTOR DRIVE Available in IV and 2" suction and discharge Sizes wish or without built In checV valve with HP ranges from ''j up 1o 3 HP OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 249 STAFFORD DWVS, UETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-1571 REMEMBER 'Good Friday' is less than a week away Order now for Easter Sunday, APRIL 22nd MARQUIS ROWER SHOP Phone 327-1515 E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Leth.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Dental Bldg. rnone 327-6565 Buy a SOUTHERN ALBERTA BUSINESS SAMPLER FAMILY DAY SUNDAY BRUNCH -10 a.m. to 2 p.m. DINNER AND MUSIC 6 to 8 p.m. (SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MENU) THE FOOD IS EXCELLENT THE SERVICE IS GREAT family lestaulant for a two floor motel and shopping centre complex at Clareshofin, for a 150 site campground with laundry fa- cilities, store and camp kitch- en at Waterton. One to five-acre farms 'may spread to Alberta? Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON Small farms of one to five acres on irrigated land are becoming very popular in Arizona and may spread to Alberta, Leighton Buckwell Macleod) told the legislature Thursday. These mini farms vrould have to be "tremendously productive" before they'd qualify for provincial finan- cial assistance, Agriculture Minister Hugh Horner told Mr. Buckwell. The Macleod MLA asked if the farms would qualify for loans under the new Agricul- tural Development Fund. Tivo-truck collision injures Calgary man A 45-year-old Calgary man is in satisfactory condition to- day in St. Michael's General Hospital, following a two- truck collision Thursday night. Morris William Campbell was the driver of a gravel truck, southbound on the In- dian Battle Park road, which was in collision with a loaded semi-trailer truck, driven by Earl Bradley Wohlgemuth, 18, of Acme, Alberta. Break-in nets thieves A break-in Wednesday night at a home at 2030 21st Ave. N., netted thieves about worth of building mate- rials and hardware. The home, under construc- tion, was entered through a basement window. Missing items include in- side and outside doors, light- i n g fixtures, weatherstrip- ping, nails, kitchen cabinets, metal door-stops, towel racks, and closet shelves. A police investigation Is continuing. The semi-trailer was west- bound on Highway 3, and was unable to stop for a police road-check at the bottom of the hill. The semi-trailer went out of control, went onto the Indian Battle Park exit and col- lided with the gravel truck at the 'T' intersection. Both trucks were loaded the mishap the semi-trailer carrying oys- ter shells. Damage is estimated at AIR CONDITION NOW with tin ROUND ONE Carrier ALCON REFRIGERATION LTD. FURNACES, SHEET METAL and HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING 2214 43 St. S. 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