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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta fHE UfllBfilDGE HERALD Solurdny, februnry 12, 1777 Southern Alberta products iiMi-v attend three trade fairs if you ask me... ll-l is for single units MFC stands firm on zoning rrn IIKllAIin TU'IiKr: i some Industrial firms from Iliis read In things happening Naff 'area hive shown an in today in industry anfl lo help Alberta may In1 attending Ihe fairs but he would mil say attract new industry lo I li i-om-. province." Mr. McFarlanc said. linnal Hade fairs this year, in 1'i'L.mL.', .i.-ipan find Hanover, Ormiui.v. It. fi. McFarlanc, provincial deputy minister of inciusirv and commerce said Friday. In an interview wiUi The Herald, Mr. McFarlenc p.'mies have applied. An assistant deputy minister in charge of program planning and budgeting, Tom Vant, will with the dqXMImcnt in March. The adclilion.il staff will "strengthen the department said the government will maintain its policy of stressing secondary industry. Tlie department is also working cm a "pride in advertising campaign lo push products manufactured in the province, Mr. McFarlane said. Mr. McFarlane was in Lctli-bridgt Lo meet the Southern Alberta Economic Development Advisory Council. A closed session was held at local By JIM WILSON A while 1 riding ii city bus in Vancouver in H'liich tno silting near inu were jusl slightly different. Tlie man was brown-haired, average height and build; the woman had long, black attractive hair and ivas wearing a somewhat worn coal. Bolh were about 110 years old. Average (if somewhat except in one way soon became apparent: they were mentally retarded. 1 don't know if they were married or not, but they obviously deeply loved one another. ___ Tne bus lr'P l01' them m'Ent 'iave lasted a bil i more than an hour; for me it was a shorter distance. go a Thr Alberta Federation o! hired the some ffln.OW in labor has tiiromi its support nages would be earned by our Lethbridge later ,ocal poopie sakl Joycc Harti. president of the local. The AFL asked Mr. Ilohol behind a Lethbridge later union's fifflit In sf, Alberta Government Telephones buy more from the province. In a leticr 10 Labor Minister and Jlr. Worn- to investigate Uuj-aiil lo discuss the council's recommendations on future in- dustrial development in south- ern AIberia. Before the meeting, Mr.Mc- Farlanc said his department would have new staff next week and a third to begin within the next month. Dave JlacEchei-n has been AT'L supported a protest by this matter, particularly ''mis- j hired as assistant deputy minis- leading advertising" "ACT j lor of economic development claims 10 buy Alberta made and Werner Wcntzel will act as Local of' the hi- n.v spending millions director of marketing for the I let-national Union of Electrical, i gas 1 province. Both have had ex- I Jiadio and Mndiinc Workers. bllt theV ai'c pericnce with the federal gov-1 As rc-purlcd in Tlie Herald made telephones.'___________' eminent. Mr. McFarlanc said JaM mouth, the local said as a result of AGT's buying from raiisidc ihe province, instead of from Automatic Electric in Lethbridge. some 15 girls lost their opportunity of employ- ment. "If AGT Iiad awarded the bid i'the latest bid of 18.000 tele- phone sets) to Automatic Elec- tric and Automatic electric had The woman was loaded down with Christmas par- cels, for that was the time of year, and was having great difficulty in controlling them as the bus lurch- ed from stop to slop and lane lo lane. The man had just one, smaller parcel, which he never let go of. The bus was crowded, and as anyone who uses the buses knows, it is difficult to keep a lapful of par- cels in balance. We could all learn something from Ihe way the two of them helped each other oul of for minor problems they encountered. I suddenly felt like I was but so was almost everyone in that part of the bus. I hope we all learned sotnelliing. The woman seemed troubled perhaps by the bright glare from the snow outside, or perhaps be- cause she knew so many people were watching her. But she wanted her sunglasses, which she couldn't ifv llf SnviPt figure out how to get at without spilling her parcels. Ul ,lUMfl Her companion helped her, gently and carefully I and with great difficulty because he wouldn't let go are uomeii, Kiwanians told] I Club this week. Mr. Shcmanchuk returned Indian bands going after work grants Canadian Indian bands have been quick to realize the eco- nomic value of tie federal government's local incentive grants, says an Alberta MP Allen Sulatycky, Ml3 for Rocky Mountain riding, said in Lethbridge Friday, "Indian bands are tire most aclive in seeking funds under tlie pro- gram." There have been at least a dozen applications from his riding alone, he said. Grants were awarded to three Alberta Indian bands on Friday, it was announced in Ottawa The Lethbridge cilv police In southern Alberta. Hie Pei- j report numerous attempted car gan Band Administration will I thefts in the city recently with get S71M to fence school! vehicles actually taken, grounds This project willj One vehicle was recovered create 15 jobs. i Friday morning about one hour Under the initiatives pro- after it was reported missing. great majority of but "shopping" was almost non- scientists are women. .loe She- existent. The customer gave his maneh.uk, entomologist at the order and look what was given Lcthbridge Research Slat i o him. told the Greenacres Kiwanis. Women could be seen outside stores trading shoes they had j just purchased. However, the i cently from five weeks in the supermarket approach lo food Soviet Union as a guest of the merchandising was beginning to Soviet Academy of Scientists 1 crop up. I and as part of the Canadian-; The .Moscow and Leningrad Soviet scientific exchange. streets had many cars, b u t He spent some time at a city i "lost of them were taxis of scientists, 3n miles from Novosibirsk, the population "capital" of Siberia, j Because the state guarantees the people's future needs, the general attitude of the people is "live for today." he said. Mr. Shemanchuk said he found the people well dressed, Johnston is honored Car stolen from garage gram, non-profit organizations, missing is a 1969 Pontiac Parisieune, gold and in groups of private citizens or a municipal government may get color. Licence number up lo for projects pro- i NA-24-47. viding new jobs. Ing-: Avc. Auditions Sunday The Playgoers of Lethbridge will hold auditions for a spring they open The Pontiac omied by vald Johnson. 1S09 13th X., was stolen from his age. Mrs. Johanson said i noticed the garage door about 9 a.m. Friday. She said the family had an- other car sitting outside the i time of the theft. Anybody having information about this car is asked to con- tact the city police at Alex .Johnston, long time research scientist in I-e'.hbridge and well known for his knowl- edge of southern Alberta his- tory, is (o receive a local his- tory auard by the Canadian! Historical Association. George Watson, vice presl- i dent of Whoop Up Country Chapter, will accept the award for Mr, Johnston at today's an- nual banquet of the His'torical Society of Alberta in Calgary. Mr. Johnston, who was un- able to attend tlie banquet, said he looks upon the award as an honor to the Whoop-Up Country Chapter of the society rather than to himself personally. He said without an active or- ganization in Lethbridge, as well as moral and financial sup- port, his contribution would not have been as heavilv fell. for his small parcel's safety. All (he time I was on (he bus they were talking have no idea what about, because they were whispering. Still, that they had things to say be- tween them is quite a hit different than many other one sees on a bus, or in a cafe, spending hours ol nothing-in-common silence. But there is one thing, one terribly important thing that this menially retarded couple did not have: they could not long survive without the assis- tance of those of us endowed with a greater ability to comprehend. Canada of the 20th Century is thankfully civilized enough to allow everyone born the right to don't have a bunch of bloodthirsty birthright survival tests or puberty rights. We let the mentally retarded and persons unfortu- nate enough to have other handicaps, live. Who would consider euthanasia for such human beings? But in letting them live, we also accept some personal responsibility for their welfare. Unfortunate- ly, we don't keep up all the time with this respon- sibility. We don't seem lo be willing to contribute our time or our money voluntarily to those associations which are socially charged by assisting and providing handicapped persons with the compre- hension and other abilities they lack. Typically lazy and just a bit selfish, we seldom donate to charitiies (not even individual And to our shame, we have also allowed our city council to cut out its tax support of such agencies. Surely, logically, tax supported charities are the common-sense answer to the human failings which result in a lack of private charitable donations. That couple on the bus, and others like them, are our responsibility it was we let them be born. And because we elect a council to represent us and to collectively assist us in overcoming our individual weaknesses, we should surely expect its members to be certain no needed charity fails for lack of funds human failings. Meanwhile, the charities still take private dona- tions. Tlie John Ware story production in the Bowman Arts Centre Sunday at 2 p.m. The play, Shakespeare's A j MILD MONTIT Midsummer Night's Dream, will be directed by Dick Mells. I Although he has no statisti- All persons interested in act- j cal evidence to support it, Uni- tng or participating in the back-1 versity of Lethbridge climate stage are invited to attend the audition. A cast of 15 to 20 is required. expert Roy Fletcl-.er predicts February will he much milder than January. Funds sought for south film SALE Mon., Feb. M thru Sut., Feb. 19 Xick Taylor, Calgary oilman and Liberal candidate in the expected federal election, says a proposed movie about famo-.is southern Allxjrta Negro cowboy John Ware can be tailored to qualify for a grant from the fed- eral government. Mr. Taylor, a partner in j Mountain Studios Ltd., said the i Canadian Film Development 1 Corporation could pay one-third j of production costs of the movio i[ its Alberta producer can se- ciirr- a reputable distributor. "Tlie secret of a successful i financing arrangement is lo ll.'ive a great number of distri- butors involved." he said. I The CTV television network mid more than one Canadian film distributor have expressed' the Canadian Film Develoo- interest in handling distribu-; ment Corp. has rejected a pro- tion, he said, "although the j posal for a movie about Ware whole thing is premature at this i that would employ an Ameri- stage." can lead actor and United Chief Mountain Studios is cur-1 Slates filming company, rently negotiating with the CTV Mr. Taylor, however, said the over making a television series 1 movie could be filmed by a out of the John story. Canadian company and employ Ware came to the High River, enough Canadian actors lo sa'c- country at the him of the cen-j isfy Ihe government regulations tury and gained a wide tion for his character and his physical strength. for Canadian contejil. Asked whether the Alberta depart ment of industry had MEN'S SUCKS LADIES' SLACKS MEN'S SUIT JACKETS LADIES' SUIT JACKETS LADIES' PLAIN SKIRTS EACH 59cj [Compulsory auto insurance 1 ''.explained to insurance He was the first cowboy lo been approached for money, he si.icl the federal agency was n j more likely source of aid since a resident c( H had been in Ihe film devel- opment business longer Chief Mountain Studios has i film rights to the Ware story based on the book: Jchn Ware's j Cowboy Country by Grant Mac- Bv RICHARD BUHKE Slnff Writer Tlie Municipal Planning Commission took a lough sland Iliis week, refusing seven development applications for imilti- family housing units. The applications, involving five (our-plexes and two, dwellings, were proposed for various parts of the city lut all on lols zoned for singlc-aniily dwellings. The MPC members agreed that to approve Ihe devclop-ncnls on the basis of precede it would be effectively the properties in accommodate multi-funny housing. Alderman Vera Ferguson said she has observed a continuation of people buying up land zoned for single family housing and building mulli family dwellings for revenue purposes. She said these buildings should be situalioned in an H-2 Mile, where the price of land Is higher. Finance director Allisler Find-lay told the commission of several instances in recent years when a land speculator hae baught land zoned R-l and had sold it in a short period of tirrn at a high profit. Mr. Findlay gave one enam-ple of a man buying property from the city in 1968 for and selling the same piece ol and Hie following year to H local realtor f o r mulli family development for A spokesman for one of the unsuccessful applicants, Dana Con Contractors, told the commission the land his company irantcd lo build a fo-ur-plex on purchased from the same realtor will] t h e understand ing the land was zoned R-> which allows mulli family buildings. The property was zoned R-l hy the city and was so zonet when Ihe property was pur chased by Dana Con Contrac tors. The MPC accepted Aid. Ferguson's suggestion lhal future applications be dealt with strict-ly according to the zoning bv aw and that D-l single-famiij dwelling lots be maintained for such purposes. In older business, tlie commission tabled an application from Rsy Chambers requesting approval in principle of a mobile name park al Ave and 13th St. N. The applic-atcn will be before the MPC next week when the engineering director comes back with a report concerning an access road north of the de velopinenl. Preliminary plans call for a liro-slage development, the first of which would be 16 acres con laming JOD lots for mobile lome.s. Mr. Chambers said construe-1011 will start as soon as approval is given lo the project and final plans are drawn up He said the park could be ready for occupancy by July On another mailer, the commission approved an application from J. Salmon lo set up a fun and games arcade at 813 3rd. Avc. S. Tenders Architects for Ihc proposed Alberta Motor Association building have been instructed to revise their original estimates and ans. Tenders opened Friday were higher than anticipated, AMA manager John Rhodes said. The orginal estimate was in Hie region of but Mr. Rhodes declined to disclose how much higher the tenders were. "N7o tender was accepted I he said. ''We will hold a meeting shortly to discuss the situation. However, there will not be major changes to the original plan, only some remodelling. "It is hoped this will be accomplished in the near high and that construction will commence al aji earJy date, some Lime this spring." The proposed AMA building is next to the Let li bridge Herald policy sought for libraries Chief public librarian George Dew has suggested a "policy frame w o r k" be created in which school, college and university people can make better use of the Lethbridge public library. In a letter to Lethbridge school superintendent Dr. 0. P. Larson, Mr. Dew suggested a meeting between school and library people to discuss "common problems." Mr. Dew said a policy framework and a program are needed so that those using each other's libraries can determine and share costs. "The idea is lo regularize what has been done for years and to set down a program so that everybody knows what everybody else is up he said. Jlr. Dew was hopeful that people with authority to make policy from the public and separate school districts, the college and the nniversitv libraries would get together and decide on joint-use policy. No date has been set for ftw No shortage of water for city Lethbridge should develop a few new rivers this weekend. Warmer temperatures and gusty Chinook winds arc forecast to transform the snow info runny stuff. The sun ivill shine today and Sunday keeping the thermometer between 40 and 45 degrees. The overnight low is expected to be in the 20- to 25-de-gree range. Several roads in southern Alberta have slippery sections. Highway 3 west from Fort Macleod is described as I'cry slippery as far as Pincher Creelt and good from Pincher Creek to the B.C boundary. The only raod not recommended for travel is Highway Z south from Fort Macleod, which is being cleared of story viewed hy 150 A rare film about China was shown at the University of Le hbridge last night. About 150 persons saw the 70-minute documentary, "The China Story One Fourth of Humanity'' by American author Edgar Snow. The film included footage cf iie student rebellion of 19.15: .he author's interviews with Chairman Mao Tse-tung, Premier Chon En-lai and Henrv Puyi, Hie last Chinese emperor; the historic "Long China's first nuclear explosion; ho ancient Chinese art of healing, acupuncture; the recon-necfion of a completely severed hand; China's star commune, Ta-Gha, and Red Guard activities during the Cultural Snowmobiles can't lie used i Snowmobiles now have been i prohibited from Indian Battle Park. Bill Brown, parks and historical operations superintend e n t: said Friday that due lo weather and snow conditions the area ol Indian Battle Park has been closed to snowmobiles "until further notice." This means there is no area of public land in the city on j which snowmobiles may be used, he said. HISTORY Tlie Royal Canadian Mounted Police, a ciril force maintained by the federal government was organized in 1873 as the riorth-Vvest Mounted Police. It now onsrates under the RCMP Act. J9oS. and is respoasible for en- DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH C.rlifisrf B.mal Copilot Fumilun PHONE Girl charged in knifing An 18-year-old Lethbridge girl was released on bail Friday after pleading guilty in ma- gistrate's court to a charge of assault causing bodily harm. Deborah Stevenson was held i in police cells following an early morning Incident involv- ing Miss Stevenson and an unidentified local man. The man was admitted to j IjClhbridge Municipal Hospital with knife wounds lo Ihe head Ifis condition is PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9lh St. S. Phono 378-1771 FOR YOUR COMPIETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Invitation) Announremenli (J4 Hour Service If Neceuary) Bride Boofcl Thanft You Cardl Napkins Matches We provide Complimenlary Head Table Plaro with ench Order! FREE CUSTOMER lAIBfc. popularize the nxleu art of hull- dogging, Dimne Forsylh Welling, soutli of Lcthbridpe, I ind partner in Chief Mountain i with Mr. Taylor, said i I Studios AnUimohilc insurance agonls j Tuo or three reprcjcnlntivcs Ihrouchoul Alhorla are getting Of fAAA and a representa- n complete rundown this month I on the provincial government's i compulsory insur- I mire plan. I The Insurance Agents Asso- ciiili-'in of AllK'rta has Iwcn ehnrged with the. responsibility iif (-'inducting a program In .shou agents how the new plan will work when it comes inlo i effect April 1. All ir.oljir vehicle operators tive of the Insurance Bureau of Cnnarla will explain Ihc new plan lo an cslimated ffl agents from LclribridRe and district at a mee.linR in the Park Plaa Motor Hotel frrmi 1 to p.m. Feb. 2-1. A similar meeting he held in Medicine Mat Feti. a. A fee of will he charged for Ihc meetinc. Mr. Forsytli, '.chose film rights to the book expire in I9H, said tlie movie is lo be filmed 90 per cent in Canada. "The technical production is all set to he said. "All we need is the money." The film should take four to five weeks lo shoot and will cost about (hart blitz Ahout 5SO canvessers will conduct n door to door blitz on Monday Heart Day as part of national Henri. Month. T h c canvassers, including i many in their late teens, will TWO IOCATIONS: ZEILER-SAFEWAY SHOPPING CENTRE Mayor Magralh DriVA Phono 328-7576 WESTMINSTER SHOPPING PLAZA I3lh Slrnol Notlh Phon> 327-6726 i must have insurance this year. I'ersons without insurance will j aulo insurance through normal 7 and can be idenlifird by IK' liable lo a minimum fine of 1 channels will be able lo do so, heart fund lags pinned on their through Ihc agcnls' co-op.-ra- lapels. 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