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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Plan Your Hawaiian Vacation Now. We Reprojont Funsoekon Jot Away Tours CP Air FunSun Advenluro Tours teusurama ART WiLliAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VIUAGE MAIL PHONE 328-3201 The Lethbtidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridfic, Alterta, Wednesday, August 2, 1972 PAGES 17 TO 30 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL B1DG 740 4th AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 "Do you have a tparo parr of (jlcmei for holiday TAKE minuto ad friends as voyageurs Voyageurs off for two Maritime weeks By TiF.nNICK HERLE Herald Klaff Writer New Brunswick here we come! "What do you mean, 'what arc Those are the Hut- tcrito noodles we're taking to our voyageur friends in New limns They had some homemade noodle soup when they visited the Hulterite col- ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Eldg. 222 5lh SI. S. Phono 328-4095 NOW AVAILABLE Locally Grown Gladiolus Cut Flowers MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Phone 327-1515 ony during Ihcir slay here in Lcthhriilgc, ami tlicy made us promise to bring some noodles with us when we came for our stny. They'll kill us if we for- got Ihem." Ixrthbriclge's 21 young voy- agcurs Dm! Ihcir escorts, Norm and Georgia Fooks, left Tues- day to Iheir journey to New Drunswick. They took with them many more tilings than HutterKc noo- dles. The voyafieurs were load- ed down with.endless luggage, papers and pcnciLs. Anxious molhers and friends gave them lasl minute warnings "Don't forget the postcards. Be no funny stuff." The voyagcurs, clad In tlielr white squall jackcl.s and carry- ing yellow lolc bags were easy Anglo Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 419 5lh Street South Phono 328-6661 NOW OPEN Government Licensed Tochmcfon Repairs lo Radloi, Toloviiiam and Topo SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO with cork lolo and hacl, in Ti'fany Tan, Navy or White, MULE SANDALS In Tnn, Navy or While. 15.00 ONLY 9.99 FOR THE TEEN AND CAMPUS CROWD Camm'i is featuring Iho very leif ir> Iho heavy i! look for fnll. 1 ton a Icarhnn willi natural crrpo sofo by Mario Claire onrf Wool- Sen Camm'i firil for trio OPEN FRI. UNTIL 9 P.M. CAMM'S 403 5lh SlreH S. to recognize. They all agreed to wear while jackcls so they would be easy to identify as a group "We don't want to loose anybody down Mrs. Fooks said. The high school students making the trip were chosen on academic qualities and leader- ship ability. Dr. J. E. McTavish, president of the Rotary Club ot East Lelhbrldgc, said he was pleased with the calibre of the students and the chaperones who were accompanying them. Mr. and Mrs. Fooks were as enthusiastic as the voyagcurs alxnit the trip. "I think it vill be interesting. It's terrific. We've got some really good kids going and it should be Mrs. Fooks said. The voyageurs1 New Bruns wick plans include a boat ride in the Bay, (ours ot paper and ship building plants and a ven ture in deep sea fishing. The main part of the voya geur program is sponsored the Rotary Club of East Leth bridge in conjunction with federal and provincial govern ments. TKree horticultural shows in Lethbridge Aug. 19, 20 Construction scene is looking The first construction stage f the International Distillers Canada Ltd, plant in the new ndustrial park started this week with the iasurance of a building permit by the and development de- lartmcnt, That permit, plus a permit lor construction of the superstructure for the Aquatech Lid. plant, boLstered the low July building permit total. Stone and Webster Canada Ltd., contractors from Toronto, .started preparations Monday for service installation and con- crete grading for the distillery, John Ware film By MAW.ENE COOKSIIAW Herald Staff Writer An Alberta government stipu- lation has caused a temporary suspension of work on the first film production of Chkf Moun- tain Studios Ltd. Duane Forsyth, o f the Raymond-based film com- pany, said he was advised July 30 that in order to continue offering share subscriptions, a prospectus outlining the project in detail was required by the government. The company had been offer- ing subscriptions for in- vestments by Albcrtans in or- der to raise the needed to produce the film. "There is only a modest in- vestment at the said Mr. Forsyth. "But we had com- mitted amounts ready to 1x3 picked up and the total amounted (o about half the funds required." The money is currently lacing held in escrow. Mr. Forsyln said he liad been advised by his lawyer that the company's was only a "border- line case" anil could possibly continue without interference. Mr. Forsyth voluntarily sus- pended the offering of subscrip- tions "until we can make the necessary adjustments." The company had hoped to complete filming by Sept. 30. Mr. Forsyth said that the time involved in registering the prospectus was about two months. Since the suspension, great interest had shown by .'arious groups in providing >ackinfj for the film, he said. "It is possible that we may be ib'.e to obtain sufficient back- ing without going through the fuss and bother necessary to register a prospectus." The CTV television network was one company that had pre- viously expressed interest in Jie project, and Mr. Forsyth said the network "was being considered.11 Fie will be meeting with Uic CTV today in Calgary dis- cuss the situation." Mr. Forsyth said the com- pany has two other offers it is seriously considering. lie said he was "quite un- happy with the fact" that peo- ple in Alberta might not be able to have a part in produc- ing tire film, most of which would be shot in the province Mr. Forsyth said if the offers did not materialize, the com pany would reprepare the pro- gram and again offer share subscriptions. He said a major decision would be made "within the next two months, and possibly even this week." By CATHIE IlETI Herald Slaff Writer Three horticultural shows will be taking place zl the same time in Lelhhridgc this year. The talhbridgo Horticultural Society show, the Alberta Hor- ticultural Association Provincial Show the Canada National GIndicia Show will all ho hav- ing their competitions on Aug. 19 and 20. More than 350 classes of flow- ers will IK; judged at the ex- hibition pavilion. To enter the Lethbridge show and the Alberta provincial show, entrants must have Hor- ticultural Society membership cards. The gladiola show is open to anyone. Arid lands conference starts Thursday at V of L A six day conference oT the international arid lands com- mission, attracting geograph- ers from around Ihc world, Ire- gins Thursday at the Uni- versity of Lcthbriclge. Three geographers arrived here Tuesday from the Soviet Union. Others, from England, Australia, India, Israel n n (I Fmr.cc arc expected today. Conference organizer Dr. El- horl Miller, head of the I! of L geography department, s a i il (ihout 30 delegates shovrld reg- ister for the meet. Discussions will deal with ir- rigation nral urbanization of the (feserls. Among (tie major problems FOR SALE THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An Inlernolionof Doify Newspaper At The CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM Comer 12lh SI. 4lli Ave. S. Open 12 Noon to 1 p.m. EXCEPT SUNDAYS AND lEGAt HOLIDAYS for people living in arid lands is soil erosion and Ihe destruc- tion of vegetables by salt brought to the surface by irri- gation. Land use by Indians and early settlers ant! agricultural land n.so in southern Allxirla, topics chosen by Alex Johnson of the Lclhbridgc Research Station ami Dr. Miller, will be preceded at the top of the agenda by n discussion of .southern Alberta climate liy Dr. Hoy Fletcher of the II of Thursday afternoon, two of the three Russians will Geographers from several United Slates universities are also scheduled In sjwak during the conference. On alternate days, the dele- gates will Iravcl to various parls of southern Allwrla, dudinf! the Blood Indian res- erve, Tabcr, Brooks and the St. Mary liiver headwaters. The conference is sponsored hy the. International Geograph- ical Union and the United Na- tions ICducational, vScientifir: and Cultural Organization. The sessions arc free and open lo the public with Ihe first discussions getting under way at in Room B780. Drs. Steed, Selk, Strong and Evans DENTISTS wish To announce the opening of rhcir NEW OFFICE ol the Family Medical Dental Centre 2931 20ln Avenuo S. (NorlS of Woolco) PHONE 328-2314 Tte exhibits will be judged on a variety of points. Flower arranging, which is an art of its own, is more dependant on imagination than on fancy gar- dening. The gardener who moves the plant Irom the outdoors to the indoors creates a new decora- tive object. Simplicity and re- straint can be important assets. The container is part of the arrangement, and will be judg- ed on how it and the plajit fit together. A Gardener to the Year Is also to be named again this year. Past Gardeners of the Year will get together to de- cide lo whom the title should go Ibis year. The Herald is donor of this award. Trophies will be awarded to the best selection in each class. Included in the list of awards is the new Dr. J. S. Stewart Memorial Trophy for the best flower arrangement in the show donated hy the Lethbridge Her- ald. Writing conference Aug. 18, 19 A writing conference special- ly designed for new and ning writers will held in Grande Prairie, Aug. 18 and 18. The two-day conference is sponsored by the Canadian Au- thors' Association and the Al- berta department of culture, youth and recreation, It is open to any Alberta resident. Instructors for the conference are various authors, free-lance writers, and professors, mostly Albcrtans. The fee is ?8. Closing date for applications i s Aug. 9 a n d forms may obtained from the Creative Writing Division, Government of Alberta, nth floor, C. N. Tower, Edmonton. Poitier, Greene interested acatod at 2'J25 ytli Ave. N. The distillery, llie biggest .ingle industry to come to Leth- iritlge, will cast an estimated sJl million by the lime it is in till production in three years. The Aquatech plant, at 3719 :nrj Ave. will produce actt- carbon lor pollution con- rol systems. Dominion Bridga rf Calvary is the contractor. Even the two permits, .he monthly total for July, >952j800f was below July, 1971 construction totalled To date (his year, construc- tion is well behind the first sev- en months of last year. The comparative figures: this year; in 1971. Seventeen permits were is- sued during fhe month for house construction worth 000. National housing official here Announcements concern 1 n g government money for housing in in the next year are expected during a special din- ner meeting of the Lethbridge Housing Association tonight at at Sven Ericksen's Family Restaurant. The programs for housing In (he province will be discussed by Bob Orysiuk, executive di- recfor of the Alberta Housing Corporation, one of the eve- ning's two featured speakers. Don Wilson, national presi- dent of the Housing Urban Development Association of Canada will outline the fore- casts for the housing industry in Canada. Mr. Wilson will also compare housing industries in Canada and the United States through a summary of a recent meet- ing of housing associations from [he tv.'o countries. SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. THURSDAY, AUG. 3 SALE STARTS P.M. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE Two Wheel Trailer with Camper Box; Dark Chesterfield and Chair; Sfq> and End Tables; T.V. Tables; Hoyal Typewriter; Paymaster Check Winter: Portable Sew- ing Machine: Pipe Threader; Sabre Saw; Mitre Saw and Box; Saws. Hammers, Squares, Wrenches; Plastic Hose; Chrome Kitclicn Suite; Quantity Windows; Quantity Beet. Pickles; Glass Show Case; Hinsc Tnb.s; Toilet; Sinks; Set Wrcnchc.s; Folding Table: School Desk; Play House; 2 Power Mowers; Tree Trimmers; 40 Ib, Propane Bottle; Copal Super S Movie Camera; Fiijica Single (i Movie. Projeclor; 1953 Chevrolet 4 Door Sedan; Beautiful Dark Wood 2 Piece Bedroom Suite: Brown Chesterfield and Chair; 2 Single Beds Complete: Floor Model T.V's; 1 Westinghouse Portable T.V.; Old Gramaphono: Very old Padded Seat Chair; Exerciser: Dohcrty Organ Mendelsohn Piano; Reclincr Chair; Alayiag Washer (Anlo- Maytag Electric Dryer; G.E. Electric Dryer; Propane Scrvcl Fridge; I.H.C. Fridge; iUi x l.T Hug; JH'.S x 12' Rug; Various new Shag Hail Runners; 7 Wood Chairs; 7 Chronic Chairs; Fluorescent I.ito Fixtures; 2 Trikcs; 10 Bikes; Hat Tree; 3 Floor Polishers; 4 Vacuum Cleaners. FOR FURTHER INfORMATlON CONTACTr HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE 'TD. PHONE 328-4705 1920 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN lie. 41 Lie. 458 Wliile the financial angle is creating headaches for Chief Mountain Studios Lld.'s John Ware movie, the company has succeeded in interesting two well known actors in partici- pating. Sidney Poitier has established a "primary commitment" for the lead and Lome Greene for the major white role in the film. A primary com m i t ment means that they have express- ed interest in reading the script and will be Ihe first considered for the roles. CUFF BLACK, Codified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 Look for an outhenlic Souvenir of Canada? GIVE CANADIAN MADE BLUE MOUNTAIN POTTERY O Ornaments O Vases Bowls Ash Trays O Tea Pots Bon Sons A great selection Priced from only 2 ,50 CALL CHINA 327-5767 DOWNTOWN ENTIRE STOCK OF WESTERN STRAW HATS by Bailey, Resisted, Smithbuilf off JUST ARRIVED! LEE FLARES and BOOT CUTS 3 DAYS ONLY THURS. FRI. SAT. THE LARGEST SELECTION OF WESTERN WEAR IN SOUTHERN ALBERTA. USE YOUR CHARGEX WESTERN Phono 378-4726 ;