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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 8 LETHBRIDQE HERALD TuMday, October 29, Poland recognizes private enterprise People love us for number of reasons. Here's just one. Zenith 6-6O14. Call toll-free for reservations from anywhere in Alberta. Or ask your C travel agent to reserve a room. Downtown Calgary 9th Ave. 1st St., next to QJ the Calgary Tower O CP Hotels R WARSAW (Reuter) Poland has officially recogniz- ed that private enterprise has a useful role to play in its Communist society and is tak- ing'steps to encourage it. In a significant change of policy, the government is removing some of the ob- stacles placed in the way of private tradesmen and restaurant owners. Private enterprise has up to now been, tolerated but at the same time subjected to various forms of dis- crimination, both official and unofficial A new law passed by parliament, however, will ease taxation and give private tradesmen a degree of equali- ty with state-controlled enterprises A similar Lw covering artisans was adopted earlier The new law is aimed main- ly at food outlets, restaurants, hotels and small commercial services Henryk Skrobisz, whose Peasant Party sponsored the bill in parliament, explained: "We simply want private shopkeepers to supplement the services run by state enterprise. PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL NOV. 2 JOHNSON'S BABY SHAMP001 "No More Tears" 15.8 ounce size CLOSE-UP TOOTHPASTE 150ml. sice FABERGE ORGANICS SHAMPOO or CONDITIONER -16 at. SYLVANIA FLASHCUBES 1.69 ARRID ANTI-PERSPIRANT CONTAC-C CAPSULES Hankscraft VAPORIZER i Model 202 SYLVANIA MAGICUBES TUMS ISO's ANSODENT ANACIN TABLETS ULTRA BAN DEODORANT BABY SCOTT DISPOSABLE DIAPERS KOTEX HEMAL ESSENCE SHAMPOO tr CONMnONER BALSAM COLOR DESITIN OINTMENT 93C ONE-A-DAY MULTIPLE IISTERINE ANTISEPTIC MOUTHWASH ASPERGUM PEARL DROPS MOTH BAILS or MOTH RAKES FAST RELIEF OF SORE THROAT RESDAN CHAPSTICK UP BALM MOTH DANDRUFF TREATMENT Your Druggists in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta LETHBRIDGE Thriftway Drugs 70213th Street North 327-0340 McCaffrey's Drug Store 418 13th StlWt North Phom 327-2205 BLAIRMORE Michael Finn Pharmacy CARDSTON Temple City Drugs Phone 653-3842 CLARESHOLM Claresholm Pharmacy 49211st Street Phom 235-3050 COALDALE Coaldale Pharmacy 172120th AVWMM Phone 345-3277 COLEMAN Coleman Pharmacy Coteman, FORT MACLEOD Price's Rexall Drug 206 24th Street Phone 234-3093 PICTURE BUTTE Price's Pharmacy Phone 732-4431 TABER Johnson's Taber Drug Store 5314 4B1h Avenue Phone 223-2233 VULCAN Mitchell's Pharmacy Phone 415-2012 Pumpkin puller Jeong Sil Chac may be small but the pumpkin she picked for Halloween isn't. However, the five-year- old came prepared to handle the situation and hap- pily, towed her choice behind her. She was part of a kindergarten class picking pumpkins for school at a Toronto fruit store. European airlines having bad year New York Times Service PARIS, Oct. 25 Most of Europe's airlines are having a dismal year, and, like the American earners are scaling down services and studying other ways to economize to meet higher fuel and other costs The estimated losses are staggering for some of the bigger carriers. The national airlines'of France and Italy, Air France and Alitalia, both are expecting SlOO-million deficits this year. Sabena, the Belgian line, anticipates a million loss, as does British Airways. No mail service boycott OTTAWA (CP) There is "absolutely no evidence" of a postal workers' boycott of the postal code holding up mail delivery, Postmaster-General Bryce Mackasey said in the Commons Monday. Otto Jelinek High Park-Humber Valley) had asked what the govern- ment was doing to end "the ongoing which be said is delaying mail. In one case, he said, an envelope mailed in Toronto Sept. 25 did not arrive at its destination a few blocks away until Oct. 8. The present of KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Sergio Orlan- dini, has just reported that the company's loss this year will be from to million. Orlandim warned the industry that it would have to become accustomed to a lower-than- expected rate of traffic growth. Alitalia has just announced a sweeping program of cut- back's, including grounding part of its fleet and'reducing and even ending some ser- vices. Some of the smaller private- ly owned lines in Europe are also in deep trouble. In Athens, Aristotle Onassis, the multi-millionaire shipping magnate, has sought to end the operations of the Greek-flag Olympic Airways, which he owns It lost million in the first eight months of 1974. Not all the airlines are doing that badly. West Germany's Lufthansa, for instance, hopes to break even this year, a spokesman said, providing oil prices do not rise further, there are no strikes and the monetary situation does not deteriorate Carriers making money this year form an even more ex- clusive group. Thrifty Swissair, with its continuing cost controls, flexi- ble budgets and abjuration of luxurious offices, expects profits this year to approx- imate last year's 40 million Swiss francs Texaco [TEXACO] Canada Ltd. Has for lease in the near future a combination wholesale and retail outlet in the TOWN of BROOKS, Alberta We offer a complete training program and attrac- tive guaranteed income to the successful applicant. Interested parties call 327-4370 Lethbridge, or write to Suite 3rd Ave. S., Lethbridge FOR FURTHER INFORMATION ;