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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta UETHbRiDGE July Copenhagen's happy brewmaster says Danes know best Clock-ridden suds quaffers could change drinking habits By AL SCARTH Herald Staff Writer habits could be improved over says the glorious brewmaster of Copenhagen on his fourth bottle of beer Denmark you can go and have your beer any minute of 24 hours in the day But he says in a scandalized have HOURS very bad Five minutes before people order a whole In people never get drunk and brewery workers get six free bottles a he said during an interview. After 28 years as his own quota is least six to eight bottles a day The six-foot happy pixie of the brewing industry then dis- plays a waistline unscarred by the ravages of 3.000 an unmentioned brand per year is far too difficult to have a beer in he said to a reporter already suffering from an uncontrollable grin. have lots of sidewalk cafes in Denmark. You go spend 10 have a and there's no harm Carl from at can drink like the average 20-year-old Malaysian or Dane. His company's advertising utilizing himself as the happy brewer of has been an outstanding success in its Canadian dehut Alberta was where his brew was first made in Canada and the brewery officials concerned are proud of it. Some of them accompany Mr. Holmen and the now-familiar promotional brewery wagon hauled by eight Belgian show horses. However.matching Danish tastes in beer to domestic ones has been a much tougher chore in some of the 17 countries in which Mr. Holmen's company has established plants other than in Canada In Mr. Holmen became his firm's international brew- master and Brazil became his toughest challenge. Three months of testing in pilot plants in Denmark were required to meet South American tastes. have a very full-bodied beer and that's not the type we're used to. prefer the Canada's despite the poor drinking came easier Mr Holmen says his brew has a more a lit- tle more and is a little more than Canadian brands. On one point there is no question television has made the brewmaster of Copenhagen a popular man in Canada since 1973. Youngsters at the Lethbridge fair Monday hailed him as He revels in his role as a celebrity. nobody knows me the only ones are the Canadians on holiday And if there is a secret to his it is one of not a well-guarded recipe. can't do it from formula. The finest analysers are tasting and smelling It would be a sad thing if all beers were exactly the When he stops tasting Mr. Holmen will concentrate on improving his artistic welding skills after eight years as chairman of his brewery's artists' association. BERGMAN'S Floor Coverings SALES AND INSTALLATIONS By DON BERGMAN Open Thursday Evening till 9 p.m. PHONE 378-0372 2716 12lh Ave. S. Parade proved bad omen for brewers' agents Parade watching proved to be an expensive venture for Alberta Brewers' Agents 135 13th St Monday as FOX DENTURE CLINIC Est 1922 PHONE 327-6565 E. S. P. C.D.M. FOX LETHBRIDGE DENTAL LAB 204 MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. thieves entered their premises while all employees were watching the Whoop-Up Days parade and made off with Lethbridge police say all doors were locked except a sliding door at the rear. Thieves entered the Ron Hauck 613 5th St. on the weekend and made off with 29 long-playing records. Entry was gained by kicking a door and forcing a lock to break away. The theft was reported Monday. A car valued at was stolen from Bill 1220 8th Ave S Monday Mr Keenan told police he left the car parked on the east side of his residence with the keys in the ignition Harcourt 1701 St Edward reported to Lethbridge police Monday that vandals did about damage to three of its apartment buildings. Police say vandals kicked in two doors and damaged 15 wall-plugs METROPOLITAN Makes an Appointment Here In Rough Spruce Boards penmn Kiln Dry S4S Spruce Boards Rough Spruce Dimension im.n Pressure Treated _ afl BQ FenCe POStS to 4' each ......................1 Off Grade Lumber imft PLEASE In addition to our regular weekly hours We are also open all day Saturdays. ADVANCE Lumber Co.. Ltd. 2nd Ave. and 13th Street 8. Phone 328-3301 Pioneer Lumber Dealer Since STAN VERLINDEN Metropolitan Life In- surance Company has an- nounced that Mr. Verlinden has been appointed a Metropolitan Insurance Representative here in Leth- bridge. In his new position Mr. Verlinden will be pleased to serve you in every .phase of Insurance Plan- ning including Life and Em- ployee Benefit Plans. He is dedicated to the purpose of continuing and extending the service which has led so many people here in Leth- bridge to entrust their pro- tection to Metropolitan. Call on'Mr. Verlinden for assist- ance with your Life and Disability. Telephone his residence at 327-3550. Metropolitan Life We Sell Life Insurance our Business is Life Head Office Ontario Take unwanted areas Reeve tells city fathers If the city wants to annex land it recently purchased for in- dustrial sites in Lethbridge it should annex nearby sub- divisions and Hardieville as well. they took it wouldn't be too Reeve Dick Papworth said during a county planning meeting Monday. After Code a planner with the Oldman River Regional Planning told council the city was in the process of applying to the Local Authorities Board to annex the County Manager Bob Grant said the city should annex Hardieville and the Rollag and Fairview subdivisions too. they're going to take something they they should take something we want to Mr. Grant said. The city recently bought about 200 acres just northeast of Lethbridge and plans to annex the property as an addition to its industrial park. a hamlet just north of Lethbridge along 13th has been a perennial problem for county as they try and get certain residents to clean their premises. Dogs in the the subject of numerous were partly responsible for forcing county council to adopt a dog-control bylaw. Development in the Fairview east of has been frozen under health unit orders until residents there find a better way of dealing with domestic now disposed of in septic tanks. A high water table in the area reduces septic tank effec- but proposals for a sewage system linking the hamlet with a new system for the federal government research station and the jail proved too expensive. Residents of the tiny community of near Lethbridge Community have been clamoring for a water system but the city has indicated it has no desire to extend service lines to the subdivision. Coun. John who represents the Rollag told the meeting if the city annexed the guys could get Tracts may house 100 families Two proposed residential which are ex- pected to be could house more than 100 fanr'ies in Lethbridge County A subdivision application by Jack Look is before the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission and will if 80 lots m about six miles west of the city Lethbridge County Council is looking favorably on the application but agreement of lot servicing remains to be worked out before the com- mission rules on the 20-acre subdivision plan. At a county planning meeting C. D. Lundgren brought forward his plan to subdivide 160 acres of land west of the to create 28 country-residential lots. Council approved his re- quest for re-zoning to and the proposal now goes before the planning which is the subdivision-approving authority The adjacent to the Oldman would be broken into 28 parcels of between 1.2 and 8.8 acres. The subdivision would have its own water system and an equestrian centre. Councillors aiso approved an application by the Lethbridge Northern Irriga- tion District to subdivide land south of Park Lake to create a 105-acre expansion to the Girlie show grinds to a halt There wasn't any cheesecake served up Monday at the Whoop-Up Days midway G-strings and breast pasties have been cut from Thomas Shows bill-of-fare because owner Bernard Thomas says they're longer a paying proposition Bared breasts and buttocks are old the well-travelled showman can see more up and down the street today than you can see in a girlie show. can't compete with porno mo'vies like Deep he adds. show more in a restricted movie than we show on He says other touring amusement companies have i dropped girlie shows because quit going to them The bumps and grinds have moved from the midway tent to the night club stage. Strippers who made to a week with outfits like Thomas Shows can make the same wage topless in a bar. But they don't have to travel. And they don't have to do 20 shows a he adds. got harder and harder to he says provincial park The proposal now goes before the com- mission. In other council will meet Aug 7 to hear an appeal against the proposed site of a sewage lagoon for Picture brought by George an adjacent land owner. Ferris rig two hurt Singer Blake Emmons leaves town in snit Man dies of injuries A man died in Lethbridge Municipal Hospital Monday from injuries received in an industrial accident in Bow Island the same day. Police report the man was working with a gravel truck when the truck ran over him The accident occurred at 4 p m. and the man died about 9.30 p.m. The man's name has not been released pending notification of next of kin. RCMP said the man was about 50 years old. No further details of the ac- cident are available. It's still under investigation by RCMP. There has been no decision regarding an inquest. Film offered for women A film entitled on the will be featured at this Wednesday's Women's Place seminar at 8 p.m. in the theatre gallery of the Lethbridge Public Library. Through the use of old film- footage and newspaper clip- the film captures successes and frustrations of women in the United States and Canada who were determined to gain the first semblance of political equali- ty with men. The presentation is free and open to the public. Canadian country and western singer Blake Em- mons was pulled out of the entertainment scene at Whoop-Up Days by his manager Monday he he failed to receive any co-operation from fair management. Mr. who will be host of the CTV's new network show Funny this was to perform at the Pavilion three days this week. But when fair management only offered him a stage in an refused to compromise and suggested Blake could easily be replaced by other enter- manager Joe Poriel felt his singer didn't deserve to be belittled and the two packed their bags and went back to Calgary. The singer's also supervisor of Rothmans of Pall Mall's Calgary said in an interview today the fair officials es- timated because he wasn't costing them anything. Rothmans of Pall Mall was sponsoring Mr. Emmons and offered his services to Whoop- Up Days without charge as part of its promotional cam- paign even offered to sponsor his participation in the grandstand show but they weren't at all interested in having him on the he said Andy manager of the Lethbridge and District Exhibition declined to comment today on Mr. Emmons departure other than to say he would not be performing at Whoop-Up days and had been expected to bolster the free entertain- ment on the grounds. Mr Emmons has perform- ed on 12 different television played in four movies and recorded My My and it Wrong band The band pictured in Mon- day's Herald performing at Nikka Yuko Japanese Garden was the Alberta All Girls Drum and Bugle Band of Ed- monton. Three carnival workers enroute to Whoop-Up Days es- caped serious injury Sunday when their 30- mobile ferris-wheel suddenly left the Trans Canada Highway 30 miles west of Swift and rolled into a ditch. Damage to the mobile is estimated at or replacement cost A spokesman for Thomas Shows said Paul and Debby were taken to Swift Current Hospital for observation after the mishap late Sunday after- noon. A third occupant of the truck walked away from the wreck unharmed GLASSWARE ASSORTMENT Including pickle dishas Bon Bons. Trays Trays Your Choice Special 99 Call China 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Certified Daniel Mechanic CLIFF BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Lower Level PHONE 327-2822 PENNER'S PLUMBING Specializing in service Water Heaters and Basement Plumbing 1209-2ndAve.S. Phone 327-4121 Solace We do not pretend that or any other funeral can cure sorrow we do feel that we can help to heal some of the wounds of Services held in our quiet comfortable are conducted by under- dedicated professionals wno have families of their own. Every service is planned and con- ducted according to the wants and needs of the people we serve Respect and tenderness are our guidelines SALMON 327 lOlh STREET SOUTH___________ PHONE 327-2802 established 1927 FUNERALHOME LTD. ALBERTA BUS SERVICE DURING EXHIBITION WEEK During Exhibition bus service to the Exhibition Grounds will be provided by Route Route 1A and Route 2. WEDNESDAY SATURDAY Bus Routes 1 1A will provide 20 minute service from a.m. till p.m. to the South 40 minute service thereafter. THURSDAY FRIDAY 20 minute service will be maintained till p.m. ROUTE through SATURDAY Will operate directly to the North Gate every 30 min- utes from a.m. to p.m. The bus will leave the North Gate every 30 minutes from a.m. to p.m. PLEASE NOTE The Route 2 bus will operate on its regular and not on Parkside Drive during Exhibition Week. OTHER ROUTES Will maintain regular routes and schedules. PLEASE NOTE Service will be provided to North and South Lethbridge after p.m. STUDENT and CHILDREN'S FARES ARE 15 CENTS CASH TRANSFERS WILL BE ACCEPTED Passengers are requested to deposit their own fares. GO WITH US RIDE THE BUS ;