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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THF inilBRIBGE y, 5S, I77J Blond's photo equipment sales department Terry Bland Photography ns new city studios Nov.- for Terry Bland Photography officially opened tmby r.t 1224 Ave. S. with festivities in continue next v.-r-rk. Tnr -.-T b- m.f.vit hiiiM- lug, by RnblTl? Mitrh- ardiilrxts, was com- pleted :n Prcomlxr by Ken- wood Consmiction Md. Tiir i.irluries njij. large p-d nrr pllOloer.TphV an recepHoo area and a separate retail out- Jot. bui'chrif: i.s fully air con- and foat.urcs a polish- ed ccfbr ceiling jibovc ;ho with sMe raiL; for spotlights lo high- liaht thn equipment. Two idioms with M- K-.livooins. arc large enough lo fl full "f Mrddmg alien' Mr. said. The total Investment In facil- j iLies, building and stock is j A five-manlier staff includes i Terry Bland and Neil Webster i as photographers, reccp- i (jousts ard a photographic re- Lsil sales consultant.. I Tile rcUul outlet carries a I full line of j'mim still and movie cameras and projectors j as u-plJ os darfcmnm equipment end supplies. The studio ha? dorfi commer- cial work. Mr. Bland said, in- cluding picture layouts for Maclean's, Life and Weekend magazines. A new procedure for por- trails called "instant old mas- ters" is available nt the new studio. A color print is bonded i under heal and picture onto canvas. A brush stroke c'fecl Is I tten put on until a clear ortisl medium. For tlio pbotegra phers use Maraiya KB67 cam- eras. Bohveon Feb. 2fl and March 4, a "Whalzit Contest" wil be run on conjunction with tile grand opening. A Kodak TnsUmatic camera wili be given to (he person who identifies three extreme close- up photographs. There will also be a draw March -t First prize wiU be a portrait sitting and 16 by 20 inch color portrait worth second prize is a sitting and an 11 by 14-inch color portrait worth TO; third prize is a sitting and an 8 by 10-inch color portrait worth SHRSNE-UONS Canada's only HOSPITAL YOUR BEST SWEEPSTAKE CAUSE I flCLOSru li my onhr webb to SWJBPITAKrS ASSOCIATION FOR J f.mt tmtut Ihs foRmtnj He. of Htteli (chtrtt ijotrtfM D Q feint ?10.M fj SPECIAL EamiS-IJIkMi WINNERS OFFEB.14th DRAW Harvester layoff announced. HAMILTON l CD Interns tional Harvester of Canada Ltd. announced today it wil lay off MOO production WOT kcrs al its Hamilton plant for nine weeks beginning June 18. An initial layoff ol 200 men ts scheduled for April 1. Five hundred maintenance men and shippers out of a tola production staff of will re- main at the plant. An addiHona 200 will be laid off July 15, leav- ing a 300-man crew until the shutdown ends Aug. 21. The production stoppage wil con-espond with the firm's nual IFrday vacation shutdown which will be extended to allow additional maintenance, a com- pany spokesman said. The rest of the shutdown is due to a lack of orders, he said. Last year the plant was closed for 23 weeks, including a -hree-monlh shutdown and a engthy strike. Some Harvester workers at a meeting of the Hamilton and district labor council last week criticized the company and urged it to plan for year-round employment even though it might mean fewer full-time staff would be needed. Paroled convict had news KINGSTON, Ont. (CP) A paroled convict who liked his prison office job so much, and was so good at it, that he was hired Jan. 17 n.s a casual civilian worker got. bad news today. lie is to be laid off Feb. 29. Apologetic prison officials at Collin's Bay penitentiary, trying lo find permanent employment, for Ihe men, said that due lo budget cuts, (.hey have nm out of funds with which to pay casual workers. Tlic parolee, vill leave with first-class references from prison officials. U.S. housing edict WASHINGTON c'AI'i Ef- .'iive. Friday, every rrvdly of- fice in (.he I'niled Klnlrs iniiit display a nosier tho Moral ban on discrimina- tion in housing. The depart- ment, nf bousing and urban de- velopment also is requiring velopcrs and builders nf gov- ernmenl-assisled housing In vikn affirmative slr-ps lo nt- ivirl buyers or from ;ill groups within n melroixilitan Change wider way for government image? Friendship handshake for business Dy I'Al'L JACKSON Ill-raid Ottawa llurcaii (vrlniiily an increasing mnouiil of evi- dence around Ihcse elnys to sliow tlial tire Tniflrau iidmiii- istration now wants lo extend Ihe hand of friendship (o the nation's business c'oni.imniUy. However, whether Ihnl limirl is worth depend on whether the words of i'lic gov- ernment arc backed up by strong, firm actions. Business organizations sneli as Ihe Ca- nadian Chamber of Commerce nd the Canadian Mamif.ic- turcrs Association would wise fo continue to Inkr a hich- ly vocal and public- stand against government measures they consider harmful to Uu'ir tntcrests. First indication of a than- in government' business relations camo wilh the cabinet shuffle of some weeks ago. The Throne speech on tho opcninc of the fourth session of the. 28th Tar- liament offered more indica- tions that Uie government is trying to shake off Ihe. anti- business image It has picked up. I 'I'le Throne speech liilts of more co opcralion Iwtwecn business and govemment. It mentions the need for business lo be given the chance lo cre- ate more jobs for jobs not now available because government refused to lislen lo business in Uie first place. And it even lauds Ihe oil and gas industry for the role it has played in building up Canada. Those plaudils must have caused many Alberta oilmen In have a quiet chuckle behind their boardroom doors, Stressed the Throne speech: "A basic building block in tho growth of Canada's national wealth has liecn the perform- ance of our resource industries. Over the years they have open- ed up new frontiers and simu- lated the development of the sinews and muscles of Can- ada." There's lots more in Hie same 'They have accumulated capital for reinvestment, en- hanced the scientific and tech- nical skills of Canadians, and accounted for n healthy export surplus. A continuation and Scientists to visit Japan OTTAWA fCP) Science Minister Alastair GiUespie an- nounced Friday a 40-meniber mission will visit Japan nert month to explore ways to ex- pand relations in science and technology between the rwo countries. Similar missions had been sent in the last two years tn Belgium, West Germany and the Soviet Union. strengthening of government- industry relalions is necessary in order that such areas of challenge as environmental im- pact and the increasing de- mand both within Canada anil abroad for icsourccs and en- ergy he fully addressed." For executives of our energy and resource industries, who in the past year or so have started to Ihink they haven't' a single real friend in Ihe gov- ernment, some of those words must have been pretty hard lo swallow. Apart from looking on them with some reservation, the next move should he aimed at seeing thai the government does live up to them. SPIRIT LAUDED The Tin-one speech lauded the. entrepreneurial spirit of Canadians. Many of the na- tion's entrepreneurs and peo- ple who want to be entrepre- neurs will find these points re- freshing. Ever since the taxa- tion reform bill was intro- duced into the House of Com- mons there's been a feeling throughout the country that Ihe government didn't have too much appreciation for Ihe en- trepreneur. Dnl, no, [ho Throne speech didn't heat about Ihe hush (in Ihis point: "Our economy is de- pendent, as are the economics (if all industrialized countries, un the imagination of entrepre- neurs and their use of research and innovation, as well as upon a rational industrial strategy." The word 'rational' may cause (me to stop and think n bit, bill the rest of the mes- sage comas through very clear- ly. Entrepreneurs are wanted in Canada and the government wants to see them flourish. All things being equal then entre- preneurs can expect the gov- ernment will give tiiem the right framework In which to work. So, there it is. lion Bastard, v.ho gave business and Indus- try Ihe jitters wilh his new Competition Act, is no longer holding Ihe delicate portfolio of consumer and corporale af- fairs. Uryce who caused a gnashing of teeth with his controversial amendments to Ihe Labor Code, is no longer muusler of labor. And Ihe government has come out openly and praised business for the contribution it has made lo the Canadian way of life and even urged it to do more. The words are clear. Now, how about some actions from Ottawa to back them up? VOW TO LOSE WAKEFIELD, England (AP) Annitage, who was in the Guinness Book of Records as Britain's fattest man when he weighed 561 pounds, began 1972 at and vowed to scale only 210 by (he end of it. SALES EXECUTIVE REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY For company Hiol U Ilia leader In 111 frold Train while you earn To per month plus car, porcenlage of profits. Plus full company benefits. No travelling. Excellent opportunity for advancement into managerial position. Reply to President P.O. Box 550, Lethbridge, Altti. THANK YOU! To EVERYONE who supported any of the Charity Soles by donating or purchasing any of lha items at LETHBRIDGE PINCHER CREEK TABER CARDSTON VAUXHAU With your tupport Ihe mentally retarded children of Southern Alberln will bo greolly helped. Also may we express our gratitude to The Southern Alberta Hog Producers for their donation of hogs, to those who bought the hogs and the following auction markets for their time and effors: 9 FORT MACLEOD AUCTION MARKET PERUCH BROS. AUCTION MARKET PICTURE BUTTE AUCTION MARKET PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK AUCTION LETHBRIDGE PUBLIC STOCKYARDS Again we may say THANK YOU! AUCTIONEERS OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA Congratulations... The following business firms take pleasure in extend- ing their sincere congratulations to Terry Bland Photo- graphy Ltd. It was their pleasure lo have been associated In Ihe construction of Ihis fine new struclure. They would like to lake ihis opportunity to wish Terry Bland Photography Ltd. every success on their Grand Opening and for the future. GENERAL CONTRACTORS KENWOOD ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION LTD. 234 12th Street B. North Lethbridgs Phone 328-5505 CARPETING SUPPLIED AND INSTALLED BY 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 328-4133 Best Wishes from IETH..IKE OFFICE FURNITURE STAN WORBOYS, Prciidenl 316 7lh STREET S. PHONE 328-7411 FLOOR COVERINGS BY HAMILTONS FLOOR COVERINGS LTD. 90? 3rd AVENUE S. PHONE PAINTING AND DECORATING BY, SCHULZ PAINTING DECORATING LTD. 1706 23rd STREET S. PHONE 327-6984 SHOWCASES COUNTERS and FIXTURES BIJUT AND IN5TAULD BY TRIANGLE WOOD PRODUCTS LTD. 356 10th STREET N. PHONE 327-4333 HEATING AIR CONDITIONING PLUMBING RY RITTWAY HEATING AIR CONDITIONING LTD. 136 N. MAYOR MAGRATH DR. PHONE 328-3172 TAR AND GRAVEL BUILT-UP ROOF RY CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVENUE S. PHONE 328-3388 ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS BY PARSONS COMMERCIAL ELECTRIC LTD. 1270 2nd AVENUE S. PHONE 328-8831 ;