Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Minister urges more city parks OTTAWA (CD Health Minister John Mimro has call- ed for more urban parks to mccl the needs of people nre unable to find places for outdoor recreation elsewhere. Mr. Munro Ihe annual meeting of tho Canadian Parks Recreation Aspxicialion that many city residents arc unable Holiday Inn Restaurant Cheers To A New Account Business luncheons, friend- ly meetings. Enjoy them more a delicious meal "Daily Luncheon SPECIALS" NIGHTLY ENTERTAINMENT IN THE "PUB" TAVERN to leavo the cities to uso fed- eral and provincial parks. For these people, "our parks are simply green spots on a map." In order lo provide for those who live In tho cores of our larfic urban cnctres, we must direct special attention to the iieiirls of our only to make Ilicm more liveable but also to furnisli them with areas for outdoor sport and recrea- he said. Tho parks association In- cludes municipal and provincial representatives from across Canada. Tuition fee hike rejected EDMONTON (CP) A pro- posed five-fold increase in tui- tion fees for adull day students in Ktlmonlon public schools was rejected hero by the public school board. Had the proposal been ac- cepted, tuition fees for senior school students over 21 years of age would have in- creased to about a year from about The proposal was put forward "will) extreme regret" by board secretary-treasurer Tom Meen who said the board receives no aid for day adult education programs from the provincial or fednral governments. Trustee Vern Johnson Bald the increase would virtually destroy the program because few adult students could afford lo pay almost to pick up a year of high school. ----------Wednesday, Au.just T6: THE LETHBIUDGE HERALD 1 up sharply over last year OTTAWA (CI'J Tliere was a million deficit in trade in automotive products and parts in tho first halt of sharply higher than a ?33.G-niil- lion deficit in Ihe same period of last year, Statistics Canada reports. The deficit resulted mai.nlv from a Jn imports from overseas, principally Japanese- made automobiles, motorcycles, snowmobile engines, and auto- motivo parts. Tho surplus In Canada-U.S. automotive trade was virtually unchanged between the two half-year periods, running to Ottawa planning Rescued peregrine falcons to be set free in Arctic DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC ROSS A. HOSACK Certified Dentdi Mechanic Suilo 8-304 5lh SI. S. Ph. 327-7244 Lethbr'dau is pleased to present direct from Great Falls, Montana and Phoenix, Arizona "Bruce Templeton" Nightly Until Sat., Aug. 19th For Your Listening and Dancing Pleasure IN THE LOUNGE Members and Invited Guesti ARMY, NAVY AIR FORCE CLUB LETHBRIDGE UNIT NO. 34 "WEEKLY ENTERTAINMENT SCHEDULE" WED., 16 AUG: OUR REGULAR STEAK NITE to 8 p.m. 17 AUG. LOUNGE: HARRY YVONNE FRl.r 18 LOUNGE: FRANKLY BROS. SAT., 19 AUG.-LOUNGE: "VIBRATIONS" CANTEEN HELEN TONY MEMBERS AMD INVITED GUESTS TENSE DAY Actor Michael London prepares to direct a two-hour segment of "Bon- anza" in which he co-stars, as production of the popular television series resumes with- out tho presence of Dan Blacker, who co-s1arred as Hoss Carrwright. Blacker died May 13 of a blood clot in his lungs and his absence made for a tense day for tho casl and crew on the first day of shooting. __________ survey OTTAWA (CP) Trade ister Jean-Luc Pepin has an- nounced the form at ion of a new travel industry tk'velojv ment program, the formation of a tourism advisory council, and several otlior developments, as lie spread the gospel of tourism to Canadians. The prime reason for his an- nouncements and press confer- ence, he told reporters, was "so you can try to help me create an awareness of the importance of tourism." He went on to announce the new development lunds of this year, and million in the federa 1 government will help the provinces and the private travel industry make Canada's travel faciliites "the best hi the world." The minister revealed the re- sults of "the largest travel sur- ever undertaken Can- THUNDER BAY (CP) Two are peregrine falcons are In ic care of the Canadian Wikl- ife Service in Edmonton, a gift from Peggy Tapp of Thunder Hay. The birds were to Edmonton Monday and will un- dergo extensive study before SOUTHERN ALBERTA CARDSTON Mayfair Theatre "BUNNY O'lIARE" In Color. Starring Belle Davis and Ernest Borgninc. Wednesday, AuRust 16. Show at p.m. Adult not suitable for children. FORT MACLEOD Empress Thealre "SUMMER OF' '42" In Teclmicolor. Starring Jennifer O'Neill, Gary Grimes and Jerry Houscr. Wednesday, Aug- ust 1C. Show iotics during lu's 48 year ca- eer, died in hospital here oi i disease his discoveries help- ed leukemia. The marine otologist was the first to isolate one of the first therapeutic drugs used to com bat leukemia. about million, Statistics Canada said. In the first hall of 1972, Can- ada sold 52.4 billion worth of automotive products to tho U.S., and bought S2.3 billion. It sold million in automo- tive goods to other countries, and Ixiught S37C.G million. Last year, in tho lirst six months, exports to the U.S. were billion and imports SI. 9 billion. Sales to other countries were million and pur- chases million. OVERSEAS IMPORTS UP Imports irom overseas coun- tries amounted to 14 per cent of total automotive imports in the first half of 1972. This was up iharply from 10.4 per cent in the same period of last year. Canada's trading position with other countries in automo- ive parts has jumped around considerably in recent years. The deficit of million in .he first half of 1972 was nearly as large as the deficit of lillion for the whole of the year 10C9. That 1551 deficit was followed by a surplus of MO million in 1970, and a deficit of mil- lion in 1971. Of the million Increase in imports from Japan this year, Statistics Canada said million w-as in automotive ve- hicles, million in mo- torcycles, million in automo- tive parts, and ?3.5 million in snowmobiles and engines. The number of Japanese cars and trucks conu'ng into Canada rose to in the first half of 1972 from a year earlier. Invoice prices were up by more than 20 per cent because of re- valuation of the yen. in laU 1971 and cost increases. COLLEGE CINEMA NOW SHOWING AT AND P.M. Not Suitable for Children I THE GREATEST FIGHTING MACHINE THE WEST MS EVEfl KNOWN I Charles Bronson Ursula Andress Toshiro Alain Delon GATES OPEN P.M. ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. 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