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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta y, December 16, THE LfTHtRIDei KB'AID 13 Alberta municipal report modified EDMONTON fCP) A gov- ernment committee studying municipal provincial financing in Alberta has presented its final report to the cabinet. Committee chairman Roy Farran, Progressive Conserva- tive member of the lezisliture for Calgary Nwtli Hill,'i the report contaJns several "sub- s'sntial" changes and modifica- tion to an interim report sub- j milled to the fall Bitting o! the legislature. Mr. f'arran declined to be specific the dur- an interviev.'. The report, compiled follow- ing a series of public rnettJngs throughout the province, will provide gijudtlines for nevr Elation on pal allocation of revenues to be I introduced at the spring session of the legislature. Because he virtually breezed through Customs on his recent return from a visit outside Canada! He made it a point to get the latest in- formation on his travel entitlements before he left All he did was he took 5 minutes to read our new Customs "I Declare" folder. And he declared at Customs all he brought back. With some planning and perception you'll also be as pleased as Percy on your return from your next trip abroad. Ask lor your Customs Information folder "I now available at Customs offices. Airports, Travel agencies and Banks in your city CANADA CUSTOMS Indian hotel business i booming EDMONTON cap- acity of the first motor hotel owned by an Indian band in Alberta will be doubled Business growth strong EDMONTON (CP) Alberta business activity maiuUJJied a steady rate of grov.lh through the first nine months of the Alberta Bureau of Statistics 1 says, indicators tor agricul- lure manutartunng .mini ng, roratraton and retai_l trade project U> be coraplc-ttd considerable gams over DIVORCE PLANNED Prince Sloniilas Rodziwill disclosed in London that he plans to divorce his Lee, younger lister of Jacqueline Oncssis. He sold pro- ceedings siort "En ihe near but he declined Jo diicvss the 9rounds for rhe divorce. The marriage was the third for Rod zi will, 53, and sec one for PrinctiB Rgdziwlil, 35. World wheat stocks near lowest level in 20 years next April, the motel's man- ager said here. Keith Murray, manage.- oi the Sawridge Motor Hotel in Slave Lake, said during a visit to Edmonton that the mold will expand to 53 rooms, in- I eluding two executive suites. Slave Lake is about 150 miles 1 northwest of Edmonton. Built and financed by the I Sawririge Indian Band aid from the federal department of regional economic expansion, 1 the motel will have cost more i than )l million when the addi- i tioi is completed next April. The mote! employs about M persons, including about 30 who are oi native origin. It opened in September this I vear. Mr. business i "has baen K> good "that we've 5 been turning oil company offers to reserve blocks of rooms for a long period, be- cause they want a discount and we don't need the business." same penod last year, the to the end of Sep- tember, an increase of 11 per cent compared with the lirbi three quarters of 1971. Cash re- ceipts from livestock1 and other products were up 20 per cent and for crops four per cent. The bureau said cash receipts from grain sales are expected to improve in the last quarter due to increases announced in gross sales o! packing plants In- creased 21 per cent and refin- ery production v.-at up 23 per cent. In the petroleum industry, the value erf crude oil sales was up 19 per cent, natural gas 14 per cent, propane 28 per and butane 39 per cent. The value of building permits Usutd during the first three bureau said in its monthly pub- October in initial payments tor [quarters of W72 totalled lication trie December issue some grains. million, compared vdth of Alberta Business Trends. i The value of manufacturers' [lion during the same period ia Farm cash income Willed shipments were up 15 per cent, i EDMONTON' 'CP) Wheat, stocks in the major exporting; countries v.iU 'rx? at Lhefr in years be- cause of ''the tremer.dvjs in- year." C. E. G. ex- ecutive of Csna- ciin Wheat B-jird, said riere. Mr. Ear! told the annual rneeting of Uniform that it far from certain whether avail- able wheat supplies will be eno'jah to meet world de- mand. He said part of the reason for the drop in reserves was severe weather conditions that reduced the wheat crop in the Soviet Union by shout mil- lion busbels. In western Can- ada, "it is evident we will be scraping the barrel for grain bv the time the next crop b harvested." Canadian pr o d u c e r s of oats ar.d barley win be to sell all their grain at the best prices in many years, he said. ''The recent increase in grain prices Is the be-t thing happerAd in grain business for many years. Ail of us have waited a long time fee this to Mr. Earl said the present pnce st Pacifirr ports for No. 1 Canadian western red spring v.-jth per cent protein is arxjut per an in- crease of more than since the start of the crop year. The wheat board will be sending question c a i r e s to farmers to determine exactly hew much grain is in storage. Girl, 3. dies in house fire CALGARY 'CP; Patricia KustoD, 3, was Fri- day as the victim of a boose fire ia the city Thursday after- noon. Fire department officials said the fLw started whea fe from was being w clean paint brairies, ig- ni'ed frxcn trA Ls.T-e o: a stove. Two children in the v.'ere taiyi to b> firemen. Topless gets nod I PORTO ALEGP.E. fReu'.erJ Brazil go'. mission for :t- 'ITS: j topless it can be used only by worrien. A police inspector gave businessman Barcelinei Becker permission to use part of Beach near this southern port as a spot where women may le- gally wear only the bottom pan of their bikinis. REGISTRATION DAY MONDAY, JANUARY 8th, 1973 Lethbridge Community College WINTER SEMESTER Starts Tuesday, January 9th, 1973 COURSE OFFERED SECRETARIAL SCIENCE -ACCOUNTING -DATA PROCESSING -SHORTHAND -GENERAL SECRETARY BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION -AUTOMATED DATA PROCESSING -BUSINESS MANAGEMENT -MARKETING -GENERAL BUSINESS O AGRICULTURE (2 YEAR DIPLOMA PROGRAM) 9 AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS -POWER TRANSMISSION -BASIC HYDRAULICS jiv-. jj i ItJeol for farmer or implement (4 day each subject January 19, 1973) LAW ENFORCEMENT Starts JOURNALISM RADIO ARTS SOCIAL COUNSELLING COLLEGE PREPARATORY OUTDOOR RECREATION Education and Youth Leadership Education Enforcement Resources Education COOKING Cooking Training WELDING Training includes: Oxy-acetylene and Arc Welding LETHB COMMUNITY COLL OFFERS MORE THAN A DIPLOMA OUR GRADUATES ARE SUCCESSFUL IN BUSINESS Phone 327-2141 months igolwas Job Hunting Hundreds of men and women who were looking for work a few months ago, today have secure jobs in commerce and industry because they successfully completed free training courses through Priority Employment Program P.E.P. If you have been an Alberta resident for the past 12 monthsj are not at present employed but are seeking work, or you have been out of the regular school system since June 30th, 1972. you may qualify under the program. Select a course from this listing then register in person at the appropriate institution. ACT NOW I Most courses commence early in 1973. PLEASE NOTE: FOR THESI P.E.P. COURSES CONDUCTED BY THE IETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COUEGE, YOU MUST REGISTER AT THE Y.M.C.A. ON 9th ST. S. P.E.P. INFORMATION PHONES 328-5520 or 328-5529 are urgently required for theie progromi contact the Penonnsl Office 327-2141, Extension 216. Lethbridge Community College offers tuition-free courses in: Dental Assistant Creative Selling Auto Body Building Construction Radio and TV Building in Jena nee Upholsfery School Aide Social Service Worker Visiting Homemaksr Registered Nurse (Re-fresher) Health Assistant Occupational Therapy Worker Medical Services Sheetmetal Worker Sn-.ail Engine Repair Day Care Aide PRIORITIES 1. Firsl in order come those rr.pliysd sr-i reteiv'rc Eocia! assistance er.d v.tro sr; t'ns major supfwrtsrsoi tnsirIsrr.ilies. 2. Those unemployed receiving social assistance. li priority 1 end 2 above v-. me; the- is oven 1o: 8) those ere underemployed. b) these ivr.t'secjsst.on is not mstchsd to their job. EDUCATION P.E.P. Training is offered by the Government of Albert? through the Department of Advanced Education if. cooperation with the institutions 327-6663 SERVICE" FRANK TINOSDl PEGGY ROELOFS TIM ORISAX JIM CICON NOT IARNABY its MARTIN Phone 328-2356 12403rd Ave, S. ;