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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta JJ.C., Aihcrla arc. 1-2 provinces Population growth fastest in the far north .S. Cy Passport Photos 710 5. Mthnf GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB PRESENTS THE FRANKLY BROTHERS To Entertain You Saturday, April 22 p.m. MEMDfRS AND GUESTS WELCOME CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N OTTAWA KT) Lust year's census ciumU'd people in Canada on June 1, Statistics Camilla reported Frukty. UK set I on hirtlis. deaths, im- migration and emigration since then, Iho country's population j estimated lo he at noon Friday. The riiKuUs uf the IHVI census i ;u'e to be reported in more do-! tnil next week, Krhiiiy's an-! nounc-onient was tho first ioporl of the total population figures! j fur (he provinces, ;uid 1 the northern territories Th e population count on June 1, TftVl, showed a Y.iJ-per-fenl, increase limn I do census taken live years earlier, when were counted on June 1, The increase showed ;i further .slowing down in the rate of pop- ulation growth recorded in the hist several censuses. Canada's pnpul.ilion nrcvv per cent ween 1951 and lOiifi, Kf.4 per cent between ant! and DIETRICH DENTURE CUNIC ROSS A. HOSACK Dentcl Mcrhnnle Suite 8-304 5th St. S. Ph. 327-7M4 Lothbtidgo 9.7 ppr cent between 1901 and I860. In Ihc latest live-year period, (he only province to lose popula- tion was Saskatchewan, down tlnee pel- cent. In the previous five-year period, the only part of tlie country to lose pop Ld at ion was (tie Yukon Territory. Population crow tli in the period was fastest in the Yukon and Northwest Terri- tories, up 27.9 and 21.1 per cent respectively. Among the prov- inces, fastest growth was recorded in Columbia, Ifi.G per cent; Alberta, up per cent; and Ontario, up 10.7 per cent. LISTS FIGURES The census count for June 1, 1971, with change from Hie 196r> figures, was: Newfoundland up per cent from Prince Edward Island, up 2.9 per cent from Nova Scotia, up per cent from 75C.03S: New Brunswick, G31.S57, up 2.9 per cent from C16.783: Quebec. up 4.3 per cent from Ontario, up 10.7 per cent from Manitoba, up 2.6 per cent from Saskatchewan, down three per cent from Alberta, up 113 per cent from Hritish Columbia, up ID n per cent from j Yukon Ten-Hoiy, up pel1 cent from M.3U2; Norlhvi. I Tcrrilurk's, up 21.1 per cent from Statistics Camilla said that of Hie grow-Ill between ISIiG anrl 1971, hair--I7.S pcT cent in Ontario. British Columbia accounted for pur cent, Quebec almost IS per cuit and Alberta more than 1CJ per cent. Tlie bureau estimated the Jan, I, 1072, population ot Lan ada at Provincial population e s I males for Jan. 1, 1972. art Newfoundland, Prince Fdward Island, 112.0W; IS en i Scotia New Brunswick Quebec On- tario Manitoba Saskatchewan Aihcrla, l.Oil.OM; British Col- imbia Yukon Tcrri- ory Northwest Territo Statistics Canada said it will census tabulations next week showing Hie population by motber tongue, age, sex, and federal electoral districts. Saluidoy, April 22, 1972 LETBBBLOCi 7 IN THE CI.UBROOMS Tonite "ANYTHING GOES" Members and Invited Guests! YOUR PHILIPS DEALER WITH SERVICE SEE THE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A r If Q RADIO AND TV J J S. N. H51 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 48 NUMBERS 2nd JACKPOT IN 53 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS ALLOWED! PUBLIC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONITE SATURDAY: METROS One Ciub Dance SATURDAY 9 -1 P.M. POLISH HALL, 745-13 St. N. ORCHESTRA THE FOUR ACES MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME TO HEAD OPERA LONDON (AP) The Earl of Harewood, the Queen's cous- in, was named here as manag- ing director of Sadlers Wells opera in London. The old earl has previously held jcbs as a director of the Royal Opera House, Coveiil Garden, and artistic director of the Edinburgh International Festi- val. RANCHO CABARET -PRESENTS- The Whitewash Thursday Cabaret EVERYONE ADMITTED FREEI CARDSTON Mciyfair Theatre "LITTLE WOME.V" In color. Starring June Allyson, Peter I.awford, Elizabeth Taylor and Mary Astor. Satur- day, April 22 only. Shows at and p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE DESERTER" In Technicolor. Starring Chuck Coiuiors, Richard Crenna and Ricardo Montalban. Satur- day, April 22. Show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "BLACK BEAUTY" In color. Starring Mark Lester and Walter Slezak. Saturday and Sunday, April 22 and 23. Show time each night p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre "SUMMER OF M2" In color. Saturday, April 22. Shows at and p.m. Restricted adult. Sunday. April 23. at p.m. "KELLY'S In color. Sinn-ins Clint Eastwood, Telly Savalas and Carroll O'Connor. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "SUNDAY. BLOODY SUNDAY" In color. Starring Glentla Jackson, Peter Kinch and Murray Head. Acad- emy Award winner "lies! Screen Piny." Saturday, Mon- day and Tuesday. Anril 22, 2-! and 25. Saturday shows af and p m. Restricted adult. Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 55 Nos Game No. 1 50 10th Game Blackout in 59 Numbers 1 1 Games Prize Money 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card S1.00 All Wood Cards Each Children Under 16 Not Allowed Bingo will also be played in tho club room for members and their invited guests Music Friday cind Saturday Banquet facilities aturday hort Subjects Mary Queen of Scots" iast Complete Show untlay '.iort Subjects Mary Queen of Ine Complete Show CFN'EMA Saturday Uatinee National Velvet" )ne Complete Show Short Suhiects :15. 'The Go Between" Last Complete Show Sunday Short Subjects 'Rip One Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Saturday Matinee "National Velvet1' Last Complete Show Short Subjects :00, "Sunday Bloody Sunday" 9Mfi Last Complete Show Sunday Matinee National Velvet' One Complete Show Short Subjects "Sunday Bloody Sunday" One Complete Show GREEN ACRES DHIVE-1N Saturday Man'1 "Skin Game" One Complete Shov; Sunday "Brother Jchn" "The Horse .Men" Complete Show SUNDAY MATINEE Ono a! P.M. TECHNICOLOR' All HXASD A" Seats jf 50c KNDS IIKTIKKMENT Actor Hover will end a fivr .'ibscnce from niovji's lo ro-star us a 210- year dlil man in a musical reninkr rjf l.nst Horizon, pro- d n c o r Knss Hunter an- nntimieil in Hollywood, foy- er's Irtsl film was Ilarefooi in I'aili, in 1! Granl awarded OTTAWA f'.Ti A gi-aut of for conmTunicable dis- i case research ;it (lie Izaak Wal- ton Killam Hovjutal of Cliildren in Hnlifux was announced today by tho ramidii Council. Th.e ;us'ai'd was made lo Dr. Riebard J, Pitkeriiig, newly-ap- pointed diirdrii of tho hospital's infectious di.-easc research unit, a iK'Nvs rc'lc'iisc suid, TiiL- prant crmics from n spe- cial S12-inillion fund for research scholarships in medi- cine, science- and presented to the council by Tzaal; Vi'altoiT Killam before Jicr The grant lo Dr. Pickering is being made today at a cere- mony in Halifax announcing his appointment A native of Medi- cine Hat, Alia., he v.'as assistant ic.-For of pediatrics at Al- bany, N.Y.. Medical College. THURS. APRIL 27th THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In Trie LOUNGE SONGS BY: "GRANT WEST" EVERY NIGHT Our FRONTIER DINING ROOM is now OPEN EVERY SUNDAY at 4 p.m. Gates 7AS P.M. ADULT Where hnue tjnu been. Brother John... and uiliot nre you doing liere now? j O I SECOND FEATURE! OMAR SHARIF LEIGH TAYLOR-YOUNG-JACK PALANCE BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS AND SAVE! for inciudinj ADULT ENTERTAINMENT _ T, _ Tonight Thru lues. ot and p.m. SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. ONLY "Sunday Bloody Sunday" Jackson RterBnch Showing Sunday MulTayHcad al p.m. only____________ United (IrtlStS Tonight Thru Tues, at and 9j15 p.m. ADULT ENTERTAINMENT ggfpgp The Task Force On Urbanizolion And The Fufure Is Garliage and junk Really such a big Problem in Alberta? Should we worry very much about trying to re-cycle things? JOIN Morloy McGill and Marilyn Anderson on Radio 1090 in questioning llie committee's spokesman: Glenn Sinclair Ihe phone number be 328-9294 CHEC-UNE investigates the problems of solid wastes on TUESDAY, APRIL 25th, a.m. a.m. A special program wilh: The Task Force on Urbaniza- rlon't special committee ilu dying "solid waste management" Tfiis s1 jdy group, tponsored by tlie Alberto cities ar.d provincial govnrnmcnl, requires public pariici- pntion in nrcicr In develop J1s rcconiniendolions-your idc'cTi onr) MjggLilians ore vifc! if ihcfr finol report is to bf> mfjaninqful and effective ond relcvanfl Tuesday, April 25th, a.m. CHEC RADIO 1090 CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 Lynn flakcr Eorl Collins-John Tennonl Frank Schmidt Jack Running LAST TIME TONIGHT Show starts ol p.m. Hit No 2 "OMEGA MAN" with CWIion Heslon --------------------------EiflfcT STARTS SUNDAY One Show Only ol P.M. 2 SHOWS MONDAY Al ond P.M. The funniest film ofihc last Times Tonight "THE GO-BITWIIN" JUUE CHRISTIE AlAH BATES ;