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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Jjland A. E: CROSS WHEK IVBY TKwtSOAY IS 1C100KS" DAY M7-J47J The Utlibridge Herald SECOND SECTION Alberia, Wednesday, April 22, PAGES 17 TO a RESTAURANT AMD PANCAKE HOUSE UCWTIB KM 75 KOTU Thursday a 1.1 In South Tflnndwy wil be fish day in touthen AfterU. Pad McAdaa of the Jump- ing Rainbow. Ranch at Lhring- don, Montana, it expected op with another 2M.MO rainbow trout- for the Tymll's Lake project. This is the second load of an order that will eventually see .rainbows stocked in Tyrrdl s this spring. Another truck load is due to arrive also on: Thursday from Tacoma, Washington. This, is for a management' and re- search project by Leth- bridge Community CoHege. The' will be stocked on teve> private lakes'in the Lethbridge region. The lakes are regarded as hav- ing no, or little carrying capac- ity, potential during the winter months. The purpose is to me bout, rafee them until fan, net the what hap- pens. It's hoped that more ac- curate advice can then be pro- vided farmers who are interest ed in trout farming. Also.on Thursday, the provin- cial fish and wildlife branch is to s t o c k rainbow year- lings hi Henderson Lake. The bout; are coming from the Raven rearing, station .near Rocky Mountain; House. ELECTRICITY SALES There were' 'kilo- waft hours of Hedririty sold by the Lethbridge electric sys- tem in 1963, tip 200 per cent fcom 1969 when watt hours were sold; WESTMINSTER DRUGS Mt-TWJ PkieMW NvMibaV 'lac FtH DBJVBtT Nerth UlMliidyt ta t 13th St. TV. Businessmen Concerned Street-Widening Problems Heard At Chamber-City Council Meeting Concern for north Lethbridge businessmen win will be af- fected by the proposed widai- of St _N., TO by_ BMsubcn oi city eouBril TueKhjr at a special meeting of the UtUndge hamber of Oomncrcc, Council aiemlien readily agreed to meet with the bosi- to iron out problems which could result from the pro- posed widening between the CPR subway and 3rd Ave. N. City council 'members were guests of the chamber at a spe- cs] meeting, .part of Chamber of Commerce Week activities. E, A. cRy engineering 'director, came under Ere at the meeting, with series of questions 'and ac- cusation! frcin north Leth- bridge, business representa- tives. Alderman Jim Anderson and Tom Ferguson, city.. manager, explained to the meeting it was not Mr. Lawrence who was rt- sponsWe for the street-widen- ing plan but city council hac msent width) at 3rd Ave. The! idened stretch would be 80 eet wide. Toe. city has pioposed 24- restricted parking for the area. Mr. Lawrence said the chop- okayed the plan offered consulting firm. by a --DOCUMENT SIGNED Honorary chairmen of the hiring committee. Mayor Andy- Andersen, signs the document that Saturday will officially proclaim April .27 to May 2, 'Hire a Student Week in lethbridge. Others, left to right, are Jim Konashiro. and Mike Brennan with the Lethbridge branch of the Canada Manpower Centre.'The program in- seeking summer for students, irKlu'ding university and college students, in the area. Students wil( contact employers next week in an all out effort to persuade them to consider hiring students this summer. Agencies in- .volved in the. program are jtie lethbridge Chamber of, Commerce, city of Lethbridge, lethbridge and District Alberta department of youth, student society of the .Unjvfritty-of. of the Lelh- bridge Community e The proposed plan is to take seven feet from eachv side o 13th St. from the subway, north to 2nd Ave: and taper H from there a 6Woot width (the Chamber To Host Seminar Any plans for spring seeding southern Alberta have been dampened over the past two IE1HBRIDGE nffwoawnoN LTD. and cammottina SEKVKE Phsn. 328-4333 the .regular planting season between April IS-and. May IS, farmers have not expressed. alarm or worry about the oo-and-6ff-again rain apdsoow showers. COLD FUR STORAGE Call 327-4348 for Rapid CANADIAN FURRIERS Immigrants Arrive Here A group of 44 Japanese im- migrants arrived in Lethbridge today to work on potato farms is southern Alberta. Tha is the second group of Japanese brought to Canada from Japan in the last year under the supervision of the nmnpiiiwr amj ernmi- ntion service aad the Japa- ae emmigrndon service. Afl1 the Japanese arriving have had English language According to the Alberta de- partment of agriculture, the in- gredient farmers actually need most now is more moisture to offset a dry winter which has left: southern Alberta soil'with almost negligible surface moi- sture. It appears fanners are going a gel what they need, as -all mother Brown's CHIPS COD CHIPS JPCS .85 COD PER PIECE .3( FAMILY COD FRY 2.45 fnsH ONLY; PCS HALIBUT HALIBUT PER PIECE .45 FAMILY HALIBUT FRY 3.70 r "M ONIY -q PCS CHIPS .25 FAMILY CHIP FRY 1.15 Englfih Mtmotlonolly Mother Brown'! Ffeh and AM oath Molhtr Brawn's special malt and w'rrh sah and finut feast of fish and pkV yours up to- day at 1711 TM A .indications point to a continuation in" the wet spell. An extremely high humidity percentage is being main- tained, with evaporation of win- ter snows in northern Afcerta being the prime factor here. Temperatures over the next week are expected to be in the low and during' the day, dropping into the mid 20s and low 30s at night. A seminar on educations xiorities in the 70s will betd in the Catholic Central High School, Lethbridge, Ma 23-24. _.Maurice, MicheB, .education the Lethbridge Chamber. .of Commerce an- houiiced the 'semtfar to' a sp cial. meeting of .the chamber and city council Tuesday.. .He said' the seminar wi study me pressures brought bear on .wing 'people by telev sion, other.mass media and ad- vertising. He said there win be. a pane with local involvement to .dis- cuss what, concerned citizen, can do about the .widening get oration gap. Dr. 0. P. Larson, Lethbridg public school superintendent the co-chairman for the semi nar. ping development had created an Inevitable traffic congestion sooner than had been expected. He said the of the plan Is to move traffic fast and safe- ly.' Mayor Andy Anderson said haniber Opposes Air Service Change The Lethbridge Chamber ofjthe chamber office by cpn- xmmerce took the proposed ur sen-ice change-over at Lethbridge to task -Tuesday m a special meeting with a ty council members and pass- id a resolution opposing the oint application by Air Canada to withdraw, and Pacific West- ern" Airlines to take over the Lethbridge-Caigary run. The resolution supports the present Ah- Canada; Time Air- ways Ltd. services of the run, with the "best interest of Leth- bridge and district in' said president Jack Lakie. Air Canada is applying to withdraw, its daily flight m and out of Lethbridge. and PWA is applying to take over, sched- ting twice dairy in and out of the city. The Lethbridge chamber ex-' iressed concern that Time Air, with tied up in equip- ment and spending each year in operations and ex- will be adversely af- fected. Walter R-. (Stubb) Ross, pres- ident of Time Ah- has.said his inn would lose 60-per cent of ts business if me PWA sched- ule comes into effect. Will BOWDG; general manager ofjthe chamber'said. "There have been numerous calls to cerned individuals, expressinf fears that Time Air would brive. Cable Deal Announced Famous Players (Canadian) Corporation announced in To- ronto today that it has signed an agreement for the sale of its interest in Cablevision Leth- bridge Ltd. to Agra Industries Ltd., a Canadian conglomerate. Famous is one of four part- ners including Lethbridge .Theatres Ltd., in Cablevision Lethbridge Ltd. The sale is in accordance with the recent Canadian Ra- dio-Television Commission's, or- der to surrender control of is cable companies because Fa- mous Players is 52 per cent American-owned. Agra Industries has other in- terests in Lethbridge, including Lethbridge Bottling Co. Ltd. CUFF HACK, C.DJM. BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDtCAl DCNTAl UM. PHOHt 377-atM WVT COSMETICS .Md LAURA SECORD CANINES GO TOGETHER MUFFIN'S DOWNTOWN MARQUIS BAKERY MAiOUIS Hpra IIM. MONE 327-4441 Special Prices in Effect Thundery) Friday jnd Saturday, April 23rd, 24th, 25th FLOWERS on MotHef'sDay ChooM from OK large of Motbet't DIT Woomiog pUalior You ctU Will PCCC1TC OW ClTCnH This Week at CAMM'S featuring! the pump that tells o fashion story of its own. A favorite day offer day, smartly trimmed on lower dressier heel. .H rowldn't more shapely and ladylike, "CONNIE" Just arrhed In Noyy with White trim and Red with White "ASCOT" !n rlwlinvni and for Spring end Summtf, All sizti i to 9, AAA, AA and B widths. NEW GOLDEN PHEASANTS YCHJ1L lOVt THESE NEW JOYCE SHOES in Creom. In Novy wirh him, ftofrt'with Ton trim, Ton with dark Brown trim. Whil.. SIzM t 10H, AAAAtot SM tht largest Mwction of HANDBAGS mohh oil your nut ihon Mntkalhr OTfN THURS. Unril t f.m 127-1511 Smart ityWt in Whin, and Novy All tiin 5 to 10 and AAAA, AAA, AA ond B Casuals Anywhere LADY CROSBYS ...IJ.OO LADIES' WAUABYS .U.M With nalural soUt In-All Sfm CAMM'S SHOES Choeolate Mint Layer Cakes Mth 69c Vanilo Sikes.............6 59c Chocolate Brownies 69c Batter Buns 1 DAY ONLY! THURSDAY J3rd L coiofia CANADA WIDE FREE! SVEN ERICKSEN'S FINE FOODS S PASTRY SHOP 3 lOCAnONS M.M, Drhrt, Inl An. t. 1JMU1 170S Mirmr Pfwm ;