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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 tHt WTOMIDOI HftAlO Tuodoy, February I, Wt industrial Japanese official outlines development nmjor areas Qf meet here An industrial development conference will be held in Lethbridge March 23 25, Ray Huene, industrial development officer for the provincial gov- ernment announced today. The conference will be co- sponsored by the federal de- partment of regional economic expansion and the provincial department of industry and de- velopment. Topics to be covered will in- clude the role of the commun- ity in industrial development, industrial prospecting, internal promotion and financing devel- opment. Purpose of the conference will be to assist anyone inter- ested in economic develop- ment. Resource development, tour- ism and increased trade are major areas of concern be- tween Alberta and Japan, Eiichi limura, officer of indus- try and with the Alberta government, said hi LethbridEe Tuesday. Mr. limura is on a one-month orientation tour of Alberta. He was recently appointed to the post with the Alberta govern- rcent office in Tokyo, which opened in October. Japanese industrial concerns are interested in joint develop- ment of Alberta mineral re- sources, he said, and one of bis jobs on the tour is to be- come familiar with mining areas in the province. Tourism is another area that need's to be developed, hs said. Many Japanese tourists visit the large eastern cities the west coast but skip the western provinces, he said. More ad- vertising is needed to attract people to Alberta, he added. There are plans to promote visits to Alberta, includ- ing Lethbridge, this year when a large contingent of tourists from Japan visits British Co- lumbia for that province's cen- tennial celebrations. He also said there is good potential for increased exports of Alberta canned and frozen vegetables, particularly sweet corn, peas and mixed vegeta- bles. Pork, beef, honey, chicken alfalfa and potatoes were also mentioned as products vAich Alberta might export in creased numbers. Baler school Wednesday A baler school, sponsored by the Picture Butte Unifarm and the department ef agriculture, will be held Wed- nesday in the county shop, at Picture Butte starting p.m. All aspects of baler mainte- nance and adjustment, particu- larly the adjustment of tht knotter and timing me- chanisms, will be covered. Tht instructor will be a factory representative of a major farm machine manufacturer. The meeting will be open to all farmers. Medical survey COUNTRY C 'V 1 Y HEART SUNDAY FEE 14-Mrs. Remo Baceda, chairman of the 1971 Heart Sunday campaign, in Lethbridge, watches Mayor Andy Anderson sign the document proclaiming Feb 14 as Heart Sunday in the city. The business canvass began Monday and a one- day blitz of the city's residential areas will b. held Feb. 14. Last yeir some was realized in the drive for funds. More than 500 persons volunteered for the canvassing. Persons interested in assisting this year's campaign may call Mrs. Baceda at 327-5605 or Mrs. D. W. McMullin, 327-6870. __________________________ The Blood Indian Tribal Council will conduct a survey to determine the concensus of the population of the reserve regarding medical health facil- ities. As a of a meeting Jan. 22 with representatives of the department of national health and welfare, the tribal council and Lethbridge MP Deane Guncllock, the tribe will con- duct the survey in such a way as to contact the highest per- centage of the population. The survey will test the feel- Ing of the tribe on some of the possible options available to them, including the expansion of the Cardston Municipal Hos- pital to the exclusion of the Bloo-l Indian Hospital. One of the reasons for this possible move is to get away from duplication of services. No date for the survey was announced. Wings parade scheduled for Saturday Dr. T. J. Walker Fort Macleod will speak on aero medicine at the Lethbridge Flying Club's Wings Parade at the 702 Wings Building, Kenyon Field, Saturday at p.m. Aero medicine involves the effects of medications before and during flights, high alti- tude flying and similar topics. Eighteen graduates will re- ceive their lapel wings at the' parade. The executive for the club was elected and installed Jan. 21. Norm Bullied was elected president for 1971. Other ofti- Canada Day in California Fifteen organizations in Des-i ert Hot Springs, California, are finalizing plans for the 3rd an- nual Canada Day celebration, Feb. 14 at a.m. With about Canadians expected to attend, the citizens of Desert Hot Springs are pre- senting the function to show ap- preciation to Canadians who spend winter vacations in the desert. The special guest will be Ca- nadian Consul, Miss Barbara Lonsdale from Los Angeles. The picnic will be filmed by the parks and recreation de- partment. Any Canadians wishing to participate are asked to con- tact the Desert Hot Springs Chamber of Commerce, 66240 Pierson Blvd.. California cers include Dale Morrison, vice president? Pete Lewko, treasurer and club manager; Jim Doyle, secretary; and Roy Price, chief instructor. Directors of the club include Brace Durfee, Jack Look, Stan Broder, Jack Tiffin, and Ken Branch. George Williams is in charge of publicity and Ken Branch and George Williams will edit the news bulletin. Committee chairmen include Jack Tiffin, social and enter- tainment; Jack Look, hanger aricraft; Pete Lewko, fi- nance; and Dale Morrison, 1 membership. Two honored at hospital Two staff members of St. Mi- chael's General Hospital, Miss Elvina Clements and Simon Berger, were honored recently at an appreciation dinner. Judge F. T. Byrne, chairman of the hospital board, board members, and members of the departments where Mr. Berger and Miss Clements worked at- tended the dinner and pre- sentation. The presentation was made to Miss Clements in Italian and to Mr. Berger in German. Miss Clements worked as a nurse in the hospital for 31 years. Mr. Berger was hospital engineer for 36 years. Old golfers never die they just follow directions. Cadet news No. 11 Squadron Air Cadets will parade at p.m. Wed- nesday in the 20th Battery Ar- mories at Kenyon Field. There will be a band practice at p.m. Bigger.Jeeiier For large campers or heavier loads CVW TO Llw. Test-Drive the extra EO-power of 4-Wheel Drive UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. Cor. 3rd Avc., 3rd St. S. Phono 327-2805 Dr. Byrne Chinook Club president Dr A. A. Byrne, medical health officer for Lethbridge, was elected president of the Chinook Club at the group's an- nual meeting. Dr. Byrne succeeds Dick Brodericfc. A. L. Larson was elected vice-president. Named directors for two-year terms were Ray Pepper, T. H Hunt and Roy Montgomery. Taking one-year terms as di rectors will be Fred King, C W. Chichester, Logan Tait and BUI Baird. M. J. Thomas is secretary treasurer. This year, on June 12, th Chinook Club wfll celebrate the 70th anniversary of its founding University appointment Dr. George C. Walker, to mer Lethbridge resident, ha been appointed associate dea of the faculty of pharmacy, tin versity of Toronto. Dr. Walker, son of the la Mr. and Mrs. Dave Walker, an a brother of Mrs. James Me vin of Lethbridge, gradu ate from the University of Alberl in pharmacy and received hi Ph.D. from Purdue Universit He has served on many coi mittees of pharmacy and hsal including appointments with t Ontario Health Council and 0 tario department of health. I is a member of the panel o Toxicology of the Defense R search Board. He joined the staff of the 0 tario College of Pharmacy 1946. He was named associa professor ir the newly esta lished faculty of pharmacy, of T, in 1953 and named pr fessor in 1954. GIFTS FOR NEW YEAR BABY Mr. and Mrs. Norman luscher of the city were recently presented with gifts by local merchants for being parents of the first baby born in 1971 in Lelhbridgc. Daniel Paul Luscher weighed in at nine pounds, four ounces, 10 hours into the new year. Front row, left to right, are Dr. J. E. Morgan, Mr. luscher, Mrs. Luscher and Dr. R. A. Kimberley. Contributing merchants are, left to right: second row Kyoto Shigehiro, Frache's Flower Shop; Mrs. Freda Walton, Classic Coiffures; Bob Fcnton, the Lethbridge Herald; Mrs. Myrt Short, Ra- worth Jewellery; Reese Williams, Frank Walker Men's Clothes; Miss Linda Payne, Kitson's Pharmacy; Terry Bland, Terry Eland's A. E. Cross Photography; Peter Sereni, Cap- ilol Furniture; back row Mas Shigehiro, Acme Television; Bob Oeimuth, B and E Hardware; Marv Mock, Canada Safeway; Roy Brummond, Tomorrow's Furniture; Chris Switzer, Hoyt's Downtown; Robert Kemp, Canada Safe- way; John Kocnen, Dundee Texaco Service. 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