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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FLASH! New antl reduced sluclent fores now available maximum age 25 For further information contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VIUAGE MAIL PHONE 328-3201 The IctHbtldge Herald SIJCOND SECTION Lcthbriilgc, Alberta, Friday, April 14, 1972 PACKS LI TO i'L NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 41 h AVE. 5. tETHBRIDGE, AlBESTA Summer U coming. Bo ready wilh a pair of Prescription Sunglcmes. Gity could have lost West Lethbridge development area. -Walter Kerber Photo Tourist zone grants are By RUDY IIAUGEXKDKII Herald Staff Writer Alberta's twelve tourist zones may be in for a nasty shock later this month when they find the provincial tourist grant is not as large as expected. Tourism Minister Hob Bowl- ing said in a Herald interview that the grant will be about double iast year's The zones have been expect- ing considerably more to devel- op this province's third-largest money-making industry. Mr. Howling refused to de- vulge the exact amount he is attempting to get the legisla- ture lo approve. He expects the tourist grant to be one of the last to be considered by the ex- ecutive council. Frank Smith, Travel and Convention Association of Southern Alberta manager was "dismayed" by the suggested size of the grant, implying that the government is not giving ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schworii Bldg. 222 5lh SI. S. Phone 328-1095 PHARMACY FACTS from O. C. STUBBS You may be surprised to learn thai there arc nine (9) different steps we take in the careful filling tion. j of your doctor's prcscrip- These are: (1) receiving piesu jption [1 caro fully E checking the ne- cessarv informa- tion on it, (2( assign ing our i permanent filing j number to il, (3) making certain of volume! ric accuracy, (-1) careful weighing of all ingredi- ents, (5) Iriluralion, (fi) dis- pensing of your medication, (7) typing or writing the necessary informal ion on your 1 abel, (R) carefully attaching your laljel to your medication's container, and (9) delivering your medi- cation to yon wilh information concerning its correct use. It's true that modern prepackaging of many drugs can often make steps (-1) and (5) unneces- sary but tlic remaining six steps nre always carefully fol- lowed wi t h ea ch prescri p I ion we fill for yon. Of course- you like to frada 5n a friendly and helpful at- mosphere? Then Stubbs Phar- macy ?s the nlaco to bring your prescriptions. Wr cniny and fake nriflc in being nf serving to you here at fith Avc. S. Open daily a.m. lo p.m. Sundays and Holidays p.m. lo p.m, and p.m. to p.m. the industry the priority it should. This zone requested nearly this year, he said. Mr. D o w 1 i n g's disclosure would indicate that the figure could he as low as Noting that the government spends about million on tourism annually in contrast to the million spent on agri- Hike for Tikes on Saturday The 1972 Hike for Tikes, sponsored by the Lethbridge Optimist Club, gets under way at a.m. Saturday at the Civic Centre. More than people are expected lo register, a similar number to 197L. The walkers will head east on 5th Ave. lo 2fith St., then north to Highway 3. The route is then east to Coaldale, and north to Picture Buttc. Ten checkpoints will be set up along the 26-mile route. A concession stand where participants may purchase lunch will be set up by the river north of CoaUIale by the Association for the Mentally Retarded. AUCTION SALE Sat., April 15th1 1 p.m. For The Anne Campbell Singers Many unusual items not generally found at auctions SPONSORED BY Southwest Auction Services 2508 -2nd Ave, N. culture, Mr. Smith said, "it is frustrating when we have to agree to written arrangements which nobody (provincial gov- ernment) adheres When ttie zones do not ac- complish what they set out to do, the province is never blamed for its "failure to make good on provincial he said. During the past four years this 7-one has received less than the amount that had been agreed upon with the province earlier. Lauding Mr. Dow ling's ef- forts to increase the legislative awareness of the importance of tourism, Mr. Smith said, "the province has come a distance lately, but still has to go." a long way Ily ItlCUAlU) lll'RKK Herald Staff Wrilcr The city stood to lose about on its investment in West Lcthbridge through ar- developer, City Nulling said Thursday. "In terms of the city's required return, we were going to receive about 50 cents on the Mr. Nulling said in an interview, That viiis the main reason for city crnim-il to reject pro- posals made by Carman Devel- opers and Engineered Buildings Ltd., the two Calgary firms which submitted proposals to the city. "The city sought a reason- able rate of return, perhaps 70 cents on the dollar, on a village concept plan." Mr. Nut- ting said. Both companies submitted serious proposals, he said, but thought the risk was greater than the city dici. "They wanted the city to re- duce tho risk by financing pay- ments (to the city for purchase of the En nd) over a fonr-ycar ho said. The experience of negotiating wit h the two developers was neneficial to the city. "We learned our plans were too B Mr. Nutting said. The city does not intend to make money from the develop' ment, only to come as close to Breaking even as possible, he added. To break even, the city must recover the coal o[ land ac- quisition, provision of power, water, sewers, sidewalks, curbs 9 ml gutters, street lighting streets, and a portion of the city's share of bridge construe- by the Old man River Regional Planning Commission for the Let lib ridge site is "pretty well there be some executive committee or form of corporation, to take care of de- velopment. Both the- mayor and city manager are looking forward to the co operation of lha local houscbuildcrs association in the development. the utilization