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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta LETHBRIDOC November Sydney summer Amanda soaks up the sun on a beach near Australia. Amanda plans to become a model. IF the federal govern- ment follows through with self or self government of the townsites in Banff and Jasper National it will probably mean the end of short .and long-term leases in these areas. occupations and the passing of time have been the key reasons down through the residents of the townsites to push for a form of a change in government. It has often been the most important issue confronting the residents of the townsites. John director-general of Parks told the Canadian Parks Committee in the changeover will be achieved as quickly as possible. You're Kidding... A Color Lib In with day service KWIK KOLOR Opening Soon he have already been held with the Banff Ad- visory Committee to work out ways that residents can have a greater say in the administra- tion of their townsite. Banff and Jasper residents in particular have complained for years that their com- munities have been run by federal officials thousands of miles away in Ottawa. At residents of the townsites are considered only as advisers to Parks Canada and their recommendations can be ignored. Nicol said the discussions concerning Banff are aimed at giving residents the powers of a normal community. Similar talks are proposed for Jasper. which primarily has a'summer pop- has not pushed nearly as hard for according-to Nicol. The charges for town ser- such as water and are included in the Banff talks. Introduction of a tax base is also a part of the talks. Of some significance is the proposed moving of the CNR station in .Jasper townsite. The move is proposed because the terminal is a non- conforming use and a large number of CNR workmen live in the park. Meetings are continuing. Railway unions are involved in the talks at Jasper. The important point to remember is that all the proposals so far are in the dis- cussion and study stage. It is possible the study alone may kill the whole idea. 4 iiai PUBLIC -i 4 The following streets and lanes will be closed by Reptot No. 731601 effective immediately. 1. Third Street South from 4th Avenue South to 5th Avenue South. 2. Fourth Street South from 4th Avenue South to 5th Avenue South. 3. All lanes in Blocks 47 and 48. The streets and will be physically closed FASHION SPECIAL CREDIT PLAN AVAILABLE see our credit off ice for complete details. CRIMPKNIT Quality fashions begin with quality fabric. That's why our versatile Crimp- knit is for you. Made of Polyester it gives you what you want in a easy comfortable durability and fashionable good looks. All first quality in 10 oz. to 02. it's ideal for a wide range of dress and casual wear. It comes in Crepe Ponte De Roma and Geometric designs in more than 15 exciting colours. 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