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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta SPECIAL STUDENT and TEACHER FLIGHT to LONDON Depart Calgary July 4 return Sept. 3. 61 plus Book before May 4th. ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Uthbridge Herald SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, April PAGES 17 TO 28 LETHBRIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE Lower 7th Street Shopping Mall Ulhbridge, Alberta fhone (403) 328-7411 FILING a Asphalt application The initial phase of development of the Bridge Villa Estates mobile and double-wide mobile homes. The park is about 60 per" cent occupied home park at 13th St. and 20th Ave. N. is in the final stages of construe- Another 20 acres to the north of-the development is expected to be tion. Paving of roods and driveways and transplanting of trees on the developed when the demand warrants. An asphalt paving crew is 17-acre development now is under way. The park has 128 lots for'single shown laying one of the main streets. West Lethbridge plans delayed for two weeks Land-use brief planned It's now expected ia bs about another two weeks be- fore West Lethbridge lots go on sale. The word from city hall is feat the final pieces of the west side development are still being fitted together. AIR CONDITION NOW with the ROUND ONE by Carrier ALCON REFRIGERATION tTD. FURNACES, SHEET META1 and HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING 2214 43 St. S. Ph. 327-58T6 City Manager Tim Nut- ting was to be in Edmonton today completing retails of land bank arrangements with the Alberta Housing Corpor- ation. The West Lethbridge com- prehensive site plan is also still being finalized and will be presented to yet another special meeting of council Monday after which con- tracts will be let for grading work in the park and first stage subdivision. Initial work on the brook running through the area from the lake to the Univer- sity of Lethbridge reservoir has been done however. At least one local organiza- tion will submit a brief to provincial government hear- ings on land use and resource development In the Eastern slope in Alberta. The 100-member Lethbridge branch of the Association of Professional Engineers, Geol- ogists and Geophysicists of Alberta established an ad hoc committee Thursday under chairman George Gette to prepare the brief. Plans were reviewed for the 53rd annual conference of the Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists and Geophysicists of Alberta to be held in Lethbridge May 31 to June 2. An estimated 300 engineers Weekend drama festival features high school plays BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom. Installations Ph. 328-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. Open Thurs.. Fri. fill 9 p.m. CANAQA'S FINEST COLD FUR STORAGE Call 327-4348 for Rapid Pick-up CANADIAN FURRIERS Paramount Theatre Building Tire two day Lethbridge zone High School Drama Fes- tival starts tonight at in the Yates Memorial Centre with three plays scheduled. Adjudicator Dr. Bryan Ty- son of the University of Leth- bridge will view Winston Churchill High School's play The Small Private World of Michael Marston tonight, di- rected by Lily Larter. The Lethbridge Collegiate Institute will also present b.vo plays this evening. Maureen Melling will direct Aria da Capa and Denise Black will direct Overtones. COLOR PORTRAIT SPECIAL TWO 5x7 MOUNTED A. L CROSS STUDIO 3284111 710-3rd Ave. S. 328-0222 PHARMACY FACTS FROM O. C. STUBBS Of all of the great miracle drugs is use today Tetracycline is probably the one with which most people have either come into contact cr heard about. It's an antibiotic that w a s originally isolated from a soil mold called s t r e piomyees rimous and is used successful- ly in the medical treatment of a great many bacterial infections. This drug is the resuit oi more than scieniific tests and represented a risk -outlay of wdJ more than before it was certified for general usage. The well-known peneciliin has proved to be effective against an approximate 35 "t of bacter- ial infection, and streptomycin against 25 lo but Tefra- cyiine can be used successfully against from 80 to of this type of infection. Here at Stabbs Pharmacy, we're always glad to answer your questions. We alwa3's have time to cOTlaJn how to use your prescripdaon or anything else we have for you here at 1506 9th Ave. S. Open daily a.m. to p.m. Sundays asd Holidays 12 noon to p.m. Saturday evening, Gloria Benz will direct two Cath- olic Central High School plays, To Burn a Witch and Giant's Stair. Joan Waterfield will direct the Lethbridge Youth Theatre play The In-Group. Tickets are being sold for each at the door. Dr. Tyson has been given the responsibility of award- ing three scholarships to de- serving actors toward regis- tration fees for a provincial drama seminar at Drum- heller this summer. The play judged the best in the Lethbridge zone festival v.ill go to the provincial fi- nals in Banff in May. E. S. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (leth.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Dental Bldg. Phone 327-6565 in the organiza- tion are expected to attend the convention. Registrations will be taken May 31 and a professional de- velopment program will be held in the El Rancho Con- vention Centre the following day for the engineers and pub- lic. Theme of the program will be resources for tomorrow, presented by V. L. Horte, president of Canadian Arctic Gas Study Ltd., the firm pro- posing the Mackenzie Valley pipeline. Panel discussions on the fu- ture of renewable resources in Alberta and the future of non- renewable resources will be held in the afternoon. Envi- ronment Minister Bill Yurko will attend the conference. The annual business meet- ing and election of officers is scheduled for June 2. In other business, the asso- ciation elected D. E. Darby, regional engineer for the de- partment of agriculture, as chairman for the coming year. He succeeds John Fildes of Canadian Western Natural Gas. Jake Thiessen of the St. Mary River Irrigation Dis- trict, was elected vice-chair- man; F. A. Ross, of the Lethbridge Northern Irri- gation District was named secretary treasurer; and members at large elected were K. K. Balderson. Leth- bridge Community College instructor, H. M. Hayward of Canadian Sugar Factories and Randy Holfield, city en- gineering director. 1 Relieves Gas Pains 1971 VW Super Beetle A-1 unit 1968 Mustang GT Sharp looking unit 1972 Vega Only miles NEW CAR WARRANTY RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. VOLKSWAGEN PORSCHE AUDI Sales 328-4539 3rd end ?4lh St. S. I AKROYIXS PLUMBING, HEATING AND GASFITT1NG 24-HOUR SERVICE WORK New Installations Phone 328-2106 Province introduces farm loan program By GREG McINTYRE Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON Interest- free loans up to are available to Alberta farmers under a new Agriculture and Rural Development Adminis- tration (ARDA) range-im- provement program announc- ed Thursday by Alberta's minister of agriculture. The old ARDA range-im- provement plan has been, scrapped in favor of a million program administered, under the new Alberta agri- cultural development fund, said Hugh Homer. Dr. Homer told former Soc- cred a g r i c u 1 ture minister Henry Ruste in the legisla- ture that "the original agree- ments were scrapped be- cause very few fanners would have gotten any assis- tance whatsoever." Mr. Ruste had asked what happened to former ARDA range improvement agree- ments involving farmers, mu- nicipal government and the province. The new program adds money from the province to a former federal-pro- vincial scheme. The program was announc- ed by Dr. Horner in a memo to MLAs. Projects eligible for assis- tance include: Reseeding range land. Brush control by chemi- cal, mechanical or biological means. Fence construction. Trails to improve ani- inal access through brush country. Poisonous plant and weed control. Drainage to develop grazing land. "The objective of the pro- gram is to increase farm and ranch income by assisting and promoting range im- provement F3ys the agriculture department memo. Aid consists of guaranteed interest-free loans up to 000 for five years. Applicants must own pasturing livestock and loans will be restricted to one per farm or ranch. Application can be made through the district agricul- turist or Agricultural Sen-ice Board office. Applications will be screened by local a g r i c u 1 tural development fund committees before be- ing forwarded to the ARDA office. Deadline for taxes.) licence plates Monday The axe falls at midnight Monday. Some people are determined to get it in the neck. Those who find themselves on the chopping block are persons who have not paid their 1972 taxes or purchased their vehicle licence plates. Those who haven't paid their 1972 tax bill will face a penalty of five per cent of the tax owing plus six per cent interest from April 30 until the bill is paid. There is no deadline for per- sons claiming a refund. They can send their tax return in whenever they want unless the tax office specifically re- quests they file a return. Hohol won't identify Labor Act dissenters Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON Labor Min- ister Bert Hohol refused to identify in the legislature Thursday the group that has asked that the new provin- cial Labor Act be held over the summer for reconsidera- tion. However, Dick Gruenwald (SC-Lethbridge-West) spec- ulated that the request came from the Alberta Teachers Association. Following the government imposed settlement of the re- cent rural Southern Alberta teachers strike, Mr. Gruen- wald said teachers have pro- tested the compulsory ar- bitration powers in existing and proposed legislation. The Alberta Labor Act, 1973 was introduced April 11. Dr. Hohol told the house Thurs- day it is intended to receive three readings by the leg- islature and be passed into law following the spring ting. He told Mr. Gruenwald, "I have one request from one interested group to hold it over until the fall." Mr. Gruenwald asked, the minister care to tell us what the name of that group Dr. Hohol shook his head to indicate "no." Speaker Gerry Amerongen. said, "This is entirely dis- cretionary. On quite a few occasions ministers are asked to identify people who have made submissions to them, and in each case a possible question of privacy arises." Persons who do not file a return within 15 days after receiving the request, are liable to a fine of a day. Motor vehicles on Leth- bridge streets without licence plates or with last year's plates will be towed away after midnight Monday at the owner's expense, reports the city police. Persons operating motor vehicles with last year's plates after midnight Monday will be fined and have their vehicles towed away on the spot. The police are adamant that the laws will be enforc- ed immediately and there will be no periods of grace. It is not illegal to park a motor vehicle oa private pro- perty without plates or with last year's plates, police ad- vise. For persons counting the hours between, now and mid- night Monday, don't forget Daylight Time goes into ef- fect at 2 a.m. Sunday. At that time clocks are moved ahead one hour. INSURANCE HOME-BUSINESS-FARM AUTO ond LIFE WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY See us soon FOR YOUR WEDDING INVITATIONS PHOTO etc Whites Flower Gift Shop "IPhpne 223-2552 Certified Dental Mecttanlc i CLIFF BLACK, BUCK DENTAL IAE{ Super Special! PYREX BAKE WARE SET Set consists of: Loaf pan Cake dish Utility dish Assorted Regular 7.95 value 706 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-2793 Only TREFLAN GUARANTEES CONTROL! SURE CONTROL OF HARD-TO-KILL WttDS in RAPE, SUNFLOWER, MUSTARD TREFLAN if guaranteed 1o conlrol 1ne problem cnnuol grasses end many broadleof weeds including Pigweed and lambsquorters or reoloce the product. Start -with the product that won't let you dawn. TREFLAN is guaranteed 1o kill oil summer loig the firsl flush, the second, ihe third dean through lo harvest or we she product. Why for anything less? TREHAN ii guaranteed work regardless o< wee Sot or told, dry or wel with no risk o-f leeching ro run-off or we replace 'he product. Why worry about the weather? Available now of OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 249 Stafford Drive, Lethbridge Phone 327-157! SUPER SPECIAL, SET Call China 327-5767 MEDICAL DENTAL BLOC. tower Level PHONE 327-2122 DOWNTOWN the home of "Cosmo" This lovciy sandal is avail- able in: Red Crinkle White Crinkle Black Crinkle 3 Tone Beige Crmkla Many other lovely Joyce ssyles lo choose from. Popular again for spring '73 Step in fashionable SPECTATOR PUMPS Sy Empress ond A'r in White end White end Novy Open Fri. 9pm. Use Your "Chargex" Ideal Graduation ono Cool Summer Wear. WHITE SANDALS Styles to Priced At SI1 S12 403 5th Street S. SHOES ;