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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Jinticry It, If71 THl inHMIDGI HIKAIB DOWN THE UP STAIRCASE Or up the down or something like that. Actually, it'i not on exercise in confusion but parf of the routine as workers check out giant storage tanks via circular stairways at Guayanilla, Puerto Rico, chemical complex of PPG Industries. Big basement in Disneyland ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) Main Street in Walt Disney World is jammed with cam- Take your choice EDMONTON (CP) Turkey sausage and bologna? It is not beyond UK realm o possibility if the Alberta Turkey Grower's Marketing Board has its way, says Don Potter, the board's secretary-manager. "It is obvious that we must do a much better job of merchan- dising turkeys if we are to in crease sales and profits to (rowers." Mr. Potter said turkey meat will have to be made available i r. convenient, easy-to-serve forms with the possibility tier tain parts of the birds could be at premium prices with the remainder being made into sau- sage or bologna. And in this direction, the tur- key growers national oo-ordinat- in- committee has agreed there is a great need for research into product development and is ex- amining ways to finance such a project Mr. Potter said Alberta tur- key production has been in line with anticipated marketing, bu; that prices have been kept down by the threat of imports from other provinces. The latest move at the na- tional level was a "gentle- man's" agreement by the na- tional tin-key co-ordinating com- mittee to reduce national pro- duction by 10 per cent during 1972. There now are about nine mil- lion more pounds of turkey in storage than there were a year ago and the planned production reduction will bring tJem down to what is considered a normal level by the end of 1972. It marked the first time that any poultry group had been able to obtain a formal agreement on such a reduction. Edmonton faces crisis EDMONTON (CP) _ Be- cause the provincial govern- ment hasn't provided new re- sources for municipalities, Ed- monton may face a financial crisis, city council was told. Tom Adams, Edmonton eco- nomic affairs commissioner, said In a review of the 1972 current budget t h e "heart of the city's fiscal problem" is the need to provide new services without obtaining new revenue sources. City council has been pre- sented with a 1072 current burl- get calling for minimum spend- ing of S83.7 million, which would maintain services at last year's level. Mr. Aduns also prepared maximum budget nt ?92.l million which docs allow new programs. A tax rate In- crease of between five and 15 mills is in prospect. TIw potential impact on property tax "is dramatically increased by a combined fall- o.'t in government grnnts and ul.illly contributions." "For IDdmonion, shows signs of reaching the crisis ho said. era-toting tourists, but 14 feet below, hidden to the Magic Kingdom's patrons, one can walk a mile and hardly s soul. Disney's underworld ,is not for visitors. Its traffic consists o f electricians, stockroom boys and cartoon characters In street clothes. Disney dug what it claims is "the largest basement in Flor- ida" to keep the mundane and the magical out of each oth- er's way. "We teamed the need for it at said Disney World publicity manager Charles Ridgway. So before Disney started du- plicating its California crea- tion in central Florida, it called on huge equipment to move 8.5 million cubic yards of earth and buiM a 14-foot perch for the Magic Kingdom. Construction crews then burrowed back down to the original level and carved out a maze of tunnels and storage rooms covering more than eight acres. Without a map or guide, it's easy to get lost in this subter- ranean Disney World. Tunnels snake off in all directions, winding past storerooms stacked with souvenirs, ward- robes bulging with cos- tumes and a cafeteria for em- ployees. The tunnels make it possible for costumed employees to get to and from their posts with- out upsetting the themes of the five lands'. "Indians don't have to wander through To- morrowland to get to their jobs in Ridg- way said. Employees enter the Magic Kingdom only through one of 15 doors which open into back- stage areas out of view of the curious crowd. CABLE CANE Step for- ward Tor the blind Is a "cable cane" which folds Into the compact eight Inch bundle at ippcr right. Developed it the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Sensory Aids, Evalnatlon and Development Centre, U is constructed of aluminum lulilnc; segment! containing n strcl eahle which Is pulled tlglit to keep the extended cano rigid. JANUARY 3 DAYS ONLY 20-21-22! IMPORTED FROM FRANCE! Full; wastiabl! and positively no-iron! 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