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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta nui COLEMAN fCXP llurcau) Nov. 10, II ;md J2 HVG tlie days rot for the ColcTiijin Curling dub's annual Silver Dollar Mixed Bonspicl. Deadline for luams planning on entering the event is Nov. 7 and the fee should be sent to Tom Uiibniitk or Mrs. Ted Kryczkn at Colemnn. Only 32 rinks will be entertained in the spiel. Skips planning on entering learns for regular curling should contact Jcc Boigunal Persons interested in curling are requested to contact Tom Bubniak and women should get in toncli v.ith Krtnn Camp- at 5G3-3225 or res- pectively, Regular curling begin Kov, 13. Grey Cup day set at _____________________ TutrVoy, Ollobsr 1772 THE VETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 mieni company moving at TAPiKK Plans for Lj'le Ilanria, industrial he formation ot a tei company ;il Talier arc progress- rig following recent ills cessions >elween Chamber of Commerce officers and provincial govern- ment representatives. Mce-ini's liavc been helfi with m'ctil officer, department of in- dustry and commerce of Cal- pary, ;nid officer Al Stanford of Letlihridgo, rep- resenting the department of ag- riculture. Concerned at the local level Trophy rules I are committee chair- man Roy How. Chamber presi- dent Gordon S. vSatmders, and industrial co-ordinator Ross Gibh. Known as an LDC. Hie local financial organization draws bv sportsmen BLA1RMORE direct long term loans or by loan guarantees. The LDC may purchase and (tevetop industrial sites, finance the facilities, and provide man- were organized under the coop- eratives association >vliich places certain rc'itricti'jn.s on he business yctiviiy ol the or- ganizations. However, a '.oca! Development Company Act, a private M'.C.) member's >ill introduced in legislature last .spring, will provide! for pr- panization under the Companies Act. Spearheading the proposed organization is the Chamber of Commerce. Tlic capitalization of the company ami- share lure will be established once the LDC is formalized. A numbcr opportunillw> have been reported in- dustrial facilities have been re- quested. Those indicate a start- ing capitalisation of from to and sherca aL have been suggested. With the share capital of say the igiblc to LDC v.oukl be borrow agerial. engineering and other through the opportunity fund, counselling services for econ- enabling the investment of omic enterprises in order to at- 000 in land, building and facil- tract them to the community, ities for any prospective in- The four or five local develop- dustry, cither on