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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta MoMilHw ItTt TMI LETHBRIDGE HINALD tt Butter fried deep fried FRIDAY Day at Lsthbrldgs CREAMY BOSTON-STYLE CLAM CHOWDER Succulent Chunks of Cod Breaded and deep 4 4 A fried to perfection IU ft DOZEN PLUMP CHOICE SHRIMP breaded and 2.60 Vt DOZEN PLUMP CHOICE OYSTERS With crisp breaded QM coating SEAFOOD COMMOTION PLATE with deep fried Shrimp and oysters 2.50 SEAFOOD DUDS j-JlL MTVcd Will CnUWSBT french fries cole slaw and our own special Seafood Sauce of course tlM at your to Included. Open till 10 p.m. LETHBRIDGE HOTEL RESTAURANT Corner of 2nd Ave. and 5th St. S. 329-4644 Family business Faye Norma and Brenda Ingram at work in Ingram's Manufacturing plant in Saskatoon. Started business in basement of their home. Family prospers in bag busines SASKATOON Andy and Norma Digram's bag busi- which started on a part- time basis in their basement two years is booming. Ingram's Manufacturing makes nylon and cotton can- vas sports equipment which it sells in Western Canada and Quebec. Sales have increased 500 per cent since last year and monthly shipments now exceed total first-year production. our projects is one of the easiest said Mr. a salesman in Saskatchewan for 25 keeping production in pace with demand is a Ingram's now occupies a 500-square-foot plant and em- ploys U full compared with a staff of one a year ago. But the family firm has en- SMART EXECUTIVES LMM Tbilr BttslMss and PmoMl Cars BECAUSE... Leasing can be leas expensive than buying Leasing Is time saving and convenient simplifies your tax records No Investment required For Hw complete Mota on contact BORIS LMrtng end BENY AUTOMOTIVE ENTERPRISES LTD. AVE. and 8th STREET Phone 328-1101 countered a shortage of skill- ed difficulty in obtain- ing interim financing and keeping raw material supply lines open DEMAND NOT STEADY Another problem was the cyclical production pattern in the sports bag with peak demand coming in the spring and fall. The Digrams counteracted this by diversifying. They set up a silk screening operation to complement the bag business and opened a bicycle sales and service shop and a skate-sharpening centre. The bicycle and skate shops help fill the gap between the two delivery seasons for bags. knew the bicycle boom was Mr. Ingram said. conditions were good enough to warrant another bike shop so we opened the Spoke and Pedal in April this venture proved successful and provided us with additional cash flow not available from the manufac- turing level during the Mr. Ingram said his com- pany's bags were accepted in the market quickly because they satisfied a demand large manufacturers were not meeting. There were many types of equipment bags which corporate producers did not make because demand for them was not high enough to warrant largescale produc- tion. The Easy Choice. The smooth taste of quality that is unmistakably Seagram's. Seagram's FIVE STAR Canada's largest-selling rye whisky. Blended and bottfedty Joseph E. Seagram A Ont. Can top world petrochemical field Alberta has big industry opportunity EDMONTON Alberta hat u immediate dunce to move to the fore- front of the International petrochemical the Canadian Society for Chemical Engineers has been told. But continued exports of ethane-rich natural gas could kill the possibility of es- tablishing an important secon- dary processing and manufac- turing industry in the says Harold former vice-president of Great Canadian Oil Sands now president of Hydrocarb Consultants Ltd. Mr. Page said Alberta has a major opportunity to capitalize on the world situa- tion by setting up an ethane- based petrochemical industry of He said Alberta has the ethane resources to support three massive ethylene plants of the type proposed by Alberta Gas Trunk Ltd. and Canadian Industries Ltd. Such relatively short-term developments would give Alberta an annual production capacity of three billion pounds of required in the manufacturing of a number of petrochemical products. Upgrading and processing of bitumen in the vast oil sands deposits provides an almost unlimited potential for the petrochemical industry beyond the Immediate openings for ethane based in- Mid Mr. Page. longer range possibilities of expanding chemical industrial potential are very bright. We have only to name the trump suit and play our cards properly in the big international card He suggested Alberta must look seriously at policies in- volving the export of natural gas rich in ethane. Alberta has been exporting gas with high ethane be but the province has the right to insist upon the ex- traction of everything but methane before export. Fast developing shortages of energy and raw materials are creating an opportunity for Canadian chemical plants that no one could have predicted even six months ago. global market demand for ethylene derivatives has grown faster than production with the result there are. severe shortages and drastic price of 25 to 90 per cent in the last few Soaring domestic American markets in Europe and Japan and the needs of the expanded Canadian plastics industry offer openings for Alberta. is in a unique posi- tion to exploit this historic marketing since it has the hydrocarbon feed- stocks that are best suited for manufacturing While the Americans have nearly depleted their conven- tional sources of light Alberta still substantial reserves. MONEY FOR MEXICO MEXICO CITY A group of private United States banks agreed Saturday to lend Mexico million to develop the La Caridad copper mining complex in northern the government said In a the government said the money will go to Mex- ican private but the co-signer of the loan was the government's development bank. Nacional Financiera. CAPITOL FURNITURE and CARPETS LTD. Our gifts will say it 3 Piece SECTIONAL In a great variety of fabrics and colors. Value 495.00. Now only 2 Piece CHESTERFIELD SUiTE In assorted modern and velvet fabrics. Value Now only 2 Piece High Bask CHESTERFIELD SUITE In some very nice patterns and colors. Value 539.00. Now only In assorted colors and fabrics. Value 79.00. Now only High Back Swivel Rocker Chair Patterns and beautiful A 4 m velvets. Value 179.00. 9 1 U Now only BUCKET CHAIRS Beautiful decorator type in patterns and velvets Value 125.00 991 Deck the floors with CARPET for Enjoy the luxury of earpstlng at special pre-Christmss low prices now and svsrl CARPET REMNANTS Rsg. 399.00 1-11'. 12'Nylon Shag Gold 159.00 1-8' x 12' Nylon looped 89.00 12' Nylon looped Multi-Color 139.00 12'Nylon Shsg Red Toned 139.00 Polypropylene Rubber Bscksd Blue Green 129.00 1-8' x 12' Acrytan Tip Sheared Green 149.00 12'Polypropylene Twist Gold 129.00 Nylon Shag Green 189.00 1-9'x 12'Nylon Rubber Backed Psttsrn Gold 189.00 121 Nylon looped Green 109.00 1-10'x 12'Nyton looped 109.00 219.00 12' Acrilsn Tip Sheared Rod 189.00 1-Wx 17 Nylon looped 129.00 lyton Shag 149.00 1-10-3-x iz-Polypropylene looped Hed Toned 140.00 12'Indoor Outdoor Lime 80.00 x Nylon Shag Lime................................. 18940 Nylon Rubber Becked Patterned 159.00 x12' Nyton Rubber Backed Pstterned 149.00 Nylon looped Rust 199.00 Sals 240.OO 89.00 59.OO 49.OO 79.OO 69.00 95.00 59.OO 109.OO 99.OO 59.0O 59.OO 109.OO 109.OO 50.00 49.00 99.00 39.00 79.00 99.00 89.00 129.00 now HII HAS AN OPPORTUNITY TO THIS BEAUTIFUL NEW DATSUN Prtcs I to you to 1 Ttw LAMER ttM MORE CHANCES yoy tara to DRAW Will BE WADE MONDAY 928 CARPETS Phone 127-8871 Our Lay-away ONfltffl9l.l. 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