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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Book now for thil SPORTS WEEKEND OAKLAND, CALIF., MARCH 3, 4, S. tea NHL Hotkey Garni Baikelball Garni Horn Racing For information and booking! call ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lelhbridge, Alberta, Friday, February 13, 1972 PAGES 15 TO 26 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDC. 740 4lh AVE. 5. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Ask about Phofogray The hm thai changei with lighl. Chamber urged to lead The Lelhbridge Chamber of Commerce has been urged to take a leadership role in help- ing to define future develop- ment of the city. Dennis O'Conncll, city econo- mic development officer and former manager of the cham- ber for 20 years, recalled the chamber's leadership role a de- cade ago which changed the city's policy of primarily indus- trial development to total economic development. The province and other gov- ernments now are devoting more efforts to a well-rounded total economic development "We were in the lead in our totaal economic development Mr. O'Connell said. With increased mechaniza- tion, some types of industrial development are not as bene- ficial as some people think, so far as tax base and job oppor- tunities are concerned. Municipal services for some industries can cost more than these industries return. Bui then, again, perhaps they can contribute something (or the betterment of the whole com- munity and the life style of Us citizens, Mr. O'Connell said. When you gain something, you may lose something else. Where the line is drawn is up to Ihe citizens. Cities like Calgary and To- ronto, with large populations and industrial development, also have higher tax rates and housing costs. "You have to define what you want, set objectives and work towards those Mr O'Conncll told the cham- ber. He suggested an optimum growth rate of three per cent a year for Lelhbridge, but said this would be open for discus- sion. He set as the op- timum population. China lecture tonight Professor S. J. Noumoff of McGill University mil be fea- tured speaker an Tlie Recent History of China at 8 o'clock tonight at the University of Lethbridge new lecture the- ater, E-690. NEW and USED ORGANS MUS1CLAND WE TAKE GRAIN) WE LOVE A PARADE Students at the Lethbridge Community College whoop It up during a toreh'igfu par- ade through the downtown area. The parade was just one of lighthearted events that are making up this year's Chinook Winter Carnival which winds up Saturday night. Now, if someone just knew how lo spell "council." Wilson Junior Higfc's Little Women ra pleasant change from the usual' PHARMACY FACTS from O. C. STUBBS As you already know, we cany many drug items which do rot require your doctor's prescription. These are known as r.on-in-escription drugs, and think of them as '0 T C1 over- fhe c o u n ler) ifems. However, the mere fact 11 hat these drug do not re- J quire your doc- J tor's presciption .does not mean thai lliey can bo considered As n matter of facl, all drugs arc assumedly used "In allcr the physiology" of fhe person laking them. So, tlie next time you purchase this type of drug ilcm from us, plcaso don't hesitate (o ask if (1) it will cause you to be- come sleepy, (2) your vision can become blurred through Jls use, or (.1) it can slow down your normal reaction speed. And ple.iso do remember that I hose drug ilcms and alcoholic liq- iiors should never used sim- tilancnusly because alcohol can highly intensify Ilic effect of Ihnm! Free Prescription delivery licrc n( Sdilibs Pharmacy? (if course! ,1ns! rail us at rat.5512. We're glc'id lo IN? of service to you always! Open daily n.m. to p.m. Sundays and Holidays p.m. to p.m ay income he said. "It's a metter of inlerpreta- ation, and the national revenue people arc intorpreling that In- dians make an income like anyone else and should be lax- tent." Mr. Gundlock said the gov- ernment must either stop charging Indians income tax, or change the Indian Act lo the satisfaction people. of the Indian CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 1847 ROGERS BROS. PATTERN REVIVAL SALE Some pattern favorilet of Ihe past 50 years are ilill available! COMPLETE OR START YOUR SERVICE Old Colony, 1911 Lovelace, 1936 First Love 1937 Adoralion, 1939 Eternally Yours, 1941 Remembrance, 1947 Daffodil, 1950 Orders must be received by Mar. 15 for Fall delivery CAll CHINA 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Just Arrived at Camm's A Lovely New Cloud Soft Style for Spring 72 FAMILY DINING EVERY SUNDAY! f Excellent Food Gracious Service Special Children's Menu You will he entertained by Mi.ss Valeric Horvalli ami Eddie Gnandt Dinner Music 6 to 8 p.m. IN THE OLD THAO1TION OF WESTERN HOSPITALITY veML lestauiaiit PHONE 328-7756 FOR RESERVATIONS "Perfect" _ as illustrat- ed. Available in tan and black crinkle palent wet 'JODY" by Joyce In navy, block, white, or palent wet NEW CHILDREN'S SHOES IN MISSES' SIZES Tlic newest in luedo and wet look combinations. 2 tone fan and brown, black and while, and multi color. For Iho Savage unimolds a r n tops in fie, sfipons, and bucklo styles black and brown. NEW AT CAMM'S MEN'S AND LADIES' "CHRIS CRAFT" CASUAL DECK SHOES in beirjo, blue and white lucdc, Open Mondays at usual. TUPS., Worl. and Sal. 'fil 6 p.m. Thurs. ond Frj. til 9 p.m. 403 CAMM'S Slh Strecr S. SHOES ;