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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Alhcrla arc 1-2 among provinces Snluidoy, Apnl 22, "72 LEIflBBinOt MlfJklJ) 7 fastest in the far north Photos Supplln A. E; CROSS STUDIO 710 itd S. MtfeM 3M-WH GERMAN CANADIAN CLUB PRESENTS THE FRANKLY BROTHERS To Entertain You Sutualay, April 22 p.m. CORNER 2nd AVE. and 13th ST. N. IN THE CI.UBROOMS Tonile GOGS" Members and Invited Guests! OTTAWA UT) Last year's census L'liimU'cl pi'ople in CaiKida on .lune Statistics Ciiiuida i-cpurlcd Friday. IJnyo'l cm births, deaths, im- migration and since (lien, Ihc country's pfjiuilntinu u-iis e.slinirKL'd lie at norjii I-'ridny. Tin? rcisulls ur (lir tensus ;irc Lo be rcporlcd in worn de- Uiil noxL week, an- noitncoincnt llu: firsl icporl of the total populalion figure's j fur (be prnvimes, ;nul 1 Ilin northern 'J'h e population ctninL on ,Iunc 1, TftVl, showed a inrrciiSL1 from I ho census tnken years curlier, v.hen. 2d.oi4 JiflU ctiunttcl cm Juno I, IMG. The incroasc bliov.x-d ,i further g dinvii in Hid rates of imp- utation jjrowlh recorded in thr several cc'ji.su.sc'.s. C.-itutJii's ]tcr cent Cii 1951 nn'l Kf.-, per cent between JO.iC and ami DSETRICH DENTURE CUNIC ROSS A. HOSACK CcrtHied Denial Mechanic Suite 8-304 5lh SI. S. Ph. Lothbtidgo 9.7 per ccnl between 1M1 and 1SGG. In Ihc latest live-year period, the only province to lose popula- lion was Saskatchewan, down Ihrec per ccnl. In Ibe previous five-year period, Ihe only pail uf tfie country to lose population was the Yukon Terrilury. Population crow Hi in the period was fastest in the Yukon and Northwest Terri- tories, up 27.9 and 21.1 per ccnl respectively. Among the prov- inces, tastes I growth was recorded in Drilisb Columbia, up Jti.G per cent; Alberta, up per cenl; and Ontario, up 10.7 per ccnl. LISTS FICU11F.S The census count [or .June 1. 1971, with change from the f i g n r o s, was: Newfoundland up 5.R per cent from Prince Kdwanl Island, up 2.9 per cenl from Nova Scotia, 788.MO. up per cent from New Brunswick, 631.557, up 2.D per cent from C1S.7E3: Quebec. up 43 per cent from 5.730.H1S; Ontario, up 10.7 per cent from Manitoba. 9I18.2-17, up 2.G per cent from 953.0CG; Saskatchewan, down three per cent from Alberta, up 113 per cent from Urilisli Columbia, up lii.li per cenl from Yukon Territory, IB.Mil, up pel1 cent from M.3IK; Northwest Territories, 31.C07, up 21.1 pcr ccnt from Canada saul that of the (acnvlh between lOliC and 1971, abtiiil per cent in Ontario. liriti.sh Columbia accounled for per cent, Quebec almost 10 per cenl, and Alberta more Ihan 1CJ per cent. The bureau estimated the Jan. I, 1072, population of Can- ada at Provincial population e s t 1- matcs for Jan. 1. are: iXowfolHKllarKl, 520.000; Krtward Island, Nova Scolia 703.000; New Brunswick G Quebec On- tario Manitoba Saskatchewan Alhcrla, British Ccl- umilia Yukon Trrn- lory JO.miO; Norlliwcit Terrilo- rics Statistics Canada said it will release census tabulations ncxl v.eek Ihe populalion by mother tongue, age, sex, and federal electoral districts. ISICXfYBOTKEY'DDSW.DGiJISP'ELIZJlBETHTMLllR-A.HGfLAUNSBURY YOUR PHILIPS DEAltR WITH SERVICE SEE IHE MODULAR SOLID STATE COLOR TV I A r If RADIO AND TV J J 302 ST N T251 3rd Avenue South EVERY THURSDAY 8 p.m. 16 GAMES JACKPOT IN 48 NUMBERS 2nd JACKPOT IN 53 NUMBERS NO ONE UNDER 16 YEARS AUOWEDl PUBUC-UPSTAIRS ELKS AND GUESTS DOWNSTAIRS One Club Dance SATURDAY-9-1 P.M. POLISH HALL, 745-13 St. N. ORCHESTRA THE FOUR ACES MEMBERS AND GUESTS WELCOME for ELKS and GUESTS in CLUB ROOMS TONITE SATURDAY: METROS CARDSTON Mctyfair Theatre "LITTU-; WOMEN" In color. Starring June Allyson, Peter I.awford, IClizabelh Taylor and Mary Astor. Satur- day, April 22 only. Shows al nnd p.m. Family. MILK RIVER Sunland Theatre "THE DEKKKTEIi" Tn Technicolor. SLarring Chuck Coiuiors, jtk'hard Crenna ant] Kk'nrdn Montnlban. Satur- day. April 22. Show al p.m. Ariult nol suitable Tor children. PICTURE BUTTE Cinema Theatre "BLACK BEAUTY" In color. Starring Mark Lester anti Waller Slezak. Salnrday and Sunday, April 22 and 13. Show lime eaeb night p.m. Family. PINCHER CREEK Fox Theatre OF '-J2" In color. Saturday, April 22. Shows at and p.m. Restricted aduli. Sunday. April ;jl p.m. ''KELLY'S In color. Sticninrr '.'lint Kaslwood, Telly Savalas ami Carroll O'Connor. Adult. TABER Tower Theatre "SUNDAY. m.OODY SI'XDAY" In color. Starring Glenda JarUsnn, Peter Kincti and Murray Head. Acad- emy Award v, innrr "Ik'.st Screen Play." Saturilay. Mon- day and Am-jl 21 anil Saturday Fltows at ami p m. Ho.'-tritlpd adult. THE iL RANCHO CABARET -PRESENTS- "The Whitewash" Thursday Cabaret EVERYONE ADMITTED FREE! Corner 13th St. and 2nd Ave. N. TO HKAD OPKRA (AP) Tlie Karl of Hi? Queen's cous- in, was named here1 as manag- ing dhcctor of Sadie-is Wells opera in London. Tlip -I9-yoar- old carl lias previously li'jhl jobs iis a director nf thp Roynl Opora House, Covenl Gordon, and artistic director of (he Edinburgh International Festi- val. OVERY MONDAY 8 p.m. Cash Jackpot in 55 Game No. 1 50 ICIrh Game Blackout in 59 Numbers 11 Games Prize Money......... 20 ALL GAMES PRIZE MONEY CAN BE DOUBLED ON A BLUE CARD WORTH Entry Card S1.00 All Wood Cords 5Qg Each Children Under 16 Nol Allowed Bingo will also be played in Iho club room for members and Ilicir Invited guests Music Fridny nnd Saturday Banquet facilities atnrclny Short Subjects 'Mary Queen or Scots" f.asl Complete Show Sunday S.mrt Subjects 8 lo 'Mary Queen of One Complete Sto'.v PARAMOUNT CFNIOIA Saturday Matiiice National Vch'et" One C'omp'.eto Siiow Short SuhiGC's The Go Between1' Lnsl Complete Sllow Snntlay Short Subjecli "Rip Oil" One Complofe L'OLI.Kf.E CI.VEMA Sa [unlay Matinee "Nationiil Last Complete Show Short Subjects "Sunday Elondy Sunday" Last Complete Show Sunday Matinoe "A'alional One Complete Show Sliort Subjects "Sunday Bloody Sunday'' One Complete Ebovr GREEN" ACRES DRIVE-IN Salunlay Man'1 7.30 "Skin Ore Coniplclc Show 7.30 Slllut.Ty "BroUier John" "The Horse Men" Complete Show The iosk Force On Urbonizolion And The Fufure Is Garbage and junk Kcally sucli a big Problem in Alberta? Should we worry very much about trying to re-cycle things? JOIN Morley McGill and Marilyn Anderson on Radio 1090 in questioning llic commillce's spokesman: Glenn Sinclair Ilir; will he 328-9794 CHEC-MNE investigates the problems of solid wastes on TUESDAY, APRIL 25fh, a.m. to a.m. A special program wilh: The Task Force on Urbaniza- tion's committee "solid waits mcmfigcmcrM'' iljdy tjroup, fponiorcd by the Albcrtn cities sr-.d tjovprnmcnl, requires public par'ici- (Kiticiii in nrcicr In develop ill rcccmmencTalioni- your idem tincl ore vital if their final report is lo br> meaningful and elfccuve ord relevonfl Tuesday, April 25th, a.m. CHEC RADIO 1090 CALL 327-2224 327-3838 327-4440 UNITED CABS Lynn Baiter Eorl Tcnnnnl Frank V a Schmidl Jack Burning KNDS IIKTIIIH.MENT Aclor C'liark-s Hover end il .'iliscucc from niovji-s lo rriAtar ns a 210- nlil man in a musical ri'inakc tjf l.nsi Horizon, pro- (1 n cc r Itri'.s Jlunlcr an- nounccil lioy- t'r's film Mas Jl.irr-foyl in Mir- I'nik. in I1117. C ran I awarded OTTAWA A gi'aul of for rommuiiieablt dis- ease research ;it (he Iv.aak Wal- ton Killain Hospital of Children in Hnlifax smnounced lixlay by I he Council. The award made lo Dr. RidianJ J dickering, newly ap- jicmilnl climUjr of the hospital's iiifft'iious ili.rriKc research unic, a news rck'an; said. The.- fMt'inl t'imes from n spe- cial bequest fund for research in medi- cine, science- and enginee piT.soripd to rounr.il by Mrs. Izaal; V.'nllon Killam helorc Jici pranl to Dr. Pickering is being iruide today at a cc'rc- mony in Halifax announcing his appointment A nalit'G of Medi- cine Hat. Alia he v.'as assistant cf pediatrics at Al- X.Y.. .Medical College. THE EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL In The LOUNGE SONGS BY: "GRANT WEST" EVERY NIGHT Our FRONTIER DINING ROOM is now OPEN EVERY SUNDAY at 4 p.m. STARTIHG THURS. APRIL 27th ADULT Where hnue vnl1 neen. BrotherJnlin...and mliot nre VDU D'aing liere now? SECOND FEATURE OMAR SHARIF LEIGH TAYLOR-YOUNG-JACK PALANCE BUY BOOKS OF THEATRE TICKETS AND SAVE! ADULT ENTERTAINMENT "Sunday Bloody Sunday" Jackson IfeterBnch Showing Sunday MUlTAyHead ol p.m. only_________ Untied ArtlBtS III III h ll II I I I I gf.-v XniniiKiird for 1'n c Acailcmv includin Tonight Thru Tues. ot and p.m. SHOWING SUNDAY AT P.M. ONLY Tonight Thru Tues. at nnd p.m. ADUIT ENTERTAINMENT ggrpgp LAST TIME TONIGHT Show starls tit p.m. IV Hit No. 1 "OMEGA MAN" wilh CWIIon Hcslon STARTS SUNDAY Ono Shaw Only al P M. 2 SHOWS MONDAY Al ond P.M. The funniest film ofihc car lost Times Tonight "THE GO-BETWEEN" JUUE CHRISTIE ALAH BATES ;