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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta West Briefs Rapeseed firm fined NIPAWIN, Sask. (CP) Agra Industries Ltd. today was fined after being found guilty of accepting over deliv- eries of rapeseed. Judge A. P. de Mong of Re- gina ruled that the firm was an eleavtor within the meaning of the Canadian Wheat Board Act and was subject to the board's quota restrictions. Judge de Mong said the issue was whether the form should be considered a processor and out- side the board's jurisdiction or whether it should be classed as an elevator subject to board rules. He levied the mmimum fine of on each of 24 counts of accepting deliveries in excess of the quota established by the board. About 125 other charges of accepting over deliveries against the firm and about 35 farmers were adjourned to Sept. 7 pending an appeal which a spokesman said the firm will make to district court in June. TEACHERS TO VOTE EDMONTON (CP) The provincial labor departm e n t today ruled that Edmonton pub- lic school teachers must take a ballot vote Monday on a pro- posed two-year agreement with their board. Traditionally the teachers dis- cuss and vote on a proposed agreement in a general meet- ing. This was the procedure used last February when the teachers rejected an earlier wage contract proposal. HISTORIC HOTEL BURNS MARCHEWLL, Sask. Fire destroyed a piece of Sas- katchewan history here. The Marchwell Central hotel, the last hotel in Saskatchewan with a beer parlor which served men only, was destroyed in the olaze. The volunteer fire de- partment of nearby Langen- ourg brought the fire under control. Bathtub trip to Russia Leonard Moore, 48, a community centre director in Oakland, Calif, poses in the bathtub in which he hopes to row from Alaska to Russia this summer carrying one million letters from Americans. Moore wan ts to boost international friendship and plans to set out across the icy Bering Strait July 4.____________________________________ CLASSICAL LP. INTRODUCTORY SALE NEW MUSIDISC LINE Reg. 3.49 for Limited 2 .75 This. Is a good time to start your basic record collection! LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theatre Bldg. Phone 328-4080 Car salesmen, builders licencing plan studied EDMONTON (CP) Licenc- ing requirements for automo- bile salesmen and construction companies is being contem- plated, Consumer Affairs Min- ister Bob Dowling said yester- day The licencing requirements could come into effect by mid- summer to provide the ground- work for possible additional moves to curb abuses encoun- tered in both fields, Mr. Bowl- ing said in an interview. He said the problem of a person buying a used car, dis- covering he did not receive title to it, and subsequently losing the car has gener- ated "a great number of com- Blaints The government also has to Rutte blaze claims life BUTTE, Mont. (AP) early morning fire took the life cf Gilbert Sepulveda, 23, on the second floor of a residence in East Butte Friday. A younger brother of the vic- tim was rescued by firemen, and nine other persons in the residence escaped injury. The fire was confined to the bed- room and part of a hallway. face the problem of a person paying a deposit to a construc- tion company for a home, then not having the product deliver- ed. Mr. Bowling said the regula- tions would not be a hardship on legitimate car salesman or construction firms and will affor d some protection for them from the illegitimate operator. Licence fees would be minimal, enough to cover the cost of administration. Mr. Bowling said the govern- ment now has draft legisla- tion but "the concern is we don't want to introduce legisla- tion in a panic situation that Chain Lakes camp fires are banned EDMONTON (CP) A ban on open camp fires in the Chain Lakes area, southwest of Calgary and due west of Nan- ton, was announced by Alberta lands and Forests Minister Al- lan Warrack The restriction, put into ef- fect Friday, will last until fire danger subsides in the fall, Dr. Warrack said. The restricted area is posted. will do more harm than good." The new consumer amah's department is tackling prob- lems in these fields first, Mr. Dowhng said, because car and house purchases are the two major transactions the aver- age person will probably make. HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Invitations Announcements (24 Hour Service If Necessary) Bride Books Thank You Cards Napkins Matches We provide complimentary personalized head table place cords with each order! FREE CUSTOMER PARKING BILL HANSON FARM AUCTION miles north of Cayley on No. 2 highway; or miles of High River overpass. Monday, April 9 Sale Time TO a.m. Terms, cash No reserve 80 COWS Shorthorn polled Hereford cross. Most will have calves at foot by sale time. TRACTORS MM G1000 propane trac- tor, dual hydraulics, dual wheels, cob, 1100 x 16 front tires, 2100 hours. MM G6 propane tractor, cab, new rings and bear- ings two years ago. A full line of machinery; cat- tle equipment.- 2 trucks; feed oats and barley; 16 foot Teepee trailer; and miscellan- eous items. SALE CONDUCTED BY Couey's Auction Service Phone 395-2271 Cayley BILL HANSON, Owner Phone 395-3795 Cayley Saturday, April 7, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAIP 19 Mormon church growth stressed SALT LAKE CITY, Utah. (AP) President Harold B. Lee opened the general confer- ence of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter -day Saints (Mormon) Friday, saying that the church must continue to grow and its people "increase in beauty before the world." The 74-year-old church leader's remarks were in a spgech prepared for delivery to a session marking the 143rd an- niversary of the church and also the approximate time Mor- mons believe Jesus Christ was born- Thousands of church mem- bers jammed the Mormon ta- bernacle and other church buildings in the first of seven conference sessions. The opening speeches were broadcast by dozens of radio and television stations through- out the United States and Can- ada and by cable and satellite to other countries. President Lee, recognized as a prophet by Mormons, said: "Never in this dispensation, and perhaps never before in any single period has there been such a feeling of urgency among the members of this church as today. "No longer might this church be thought of as the Utah church, or as an American church. But the membership of the church is now distributed over the world in 78 countries teaching the gospel in 17 differ- ent languages at the present time. "This greatly expanded church population is today our most challenging problem, and while we have cause for much rejoicing it doss pose some great challenges to the lead- erhip of the church to keep pace with the many problems." The church has an estimated 325 million members, a doubl- ing of membership in the last 12 years. President Lee said the church was dealing with the fast growth by remaining true to itg fundamental doctrines, contin- uing to answer the world's most perplexing problems and main- taining a strong membership with individual testimonies to its truthfulness. OPPOSES ECUMENISM "There are those who speak of an ecumenical movement, Jet service begins June 1 EDMONTON (CP) Air Canada's newest jet, the S7- passenger Lockheed 1041 Tri- Star, will begin daily flights be- tween Edmonton and Toronto June 1. Air Canada has purchased three Tri-Stars with an option to buy 10 more. They are al- ready used on the Vancouver- Toronto run and are scheduled to fly out of Calgary April 29. where theoretically all churches would be brought together into a universal he said. "In essence it would con- template their basic principles and be united in a nebulous or- ganization which would not nee, essarily be founded on the prin- ciples as have been tradition- ally doctrines' of Christ's church. "Our call is for the total membership of the church to keep the Commandments of God for therein lies the safety of the he said. ASPHALT PAVING e now have two to service and thern Alberta, can deliver and hot asphalt up to a of 100 miles out of lethbridge. TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL CONSTRUCTION CO. LTD. Phona 328-2702, 327.3610 R.W.Y. UPHOLSTERING PHONE 328-5257 ANYTIME MOVING OFFICES DAVIDSON WILLIAMS BARRISTERS AND SOLICITORS Announce the removal of their offices to 310 CANADA TRUST BLDG. Lethbridge, Alberta Effective April 1, 1973 Telephone 328-1766 PROCLAMATION CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WEEK APRIL 8 14, 1973 WHEREAS this Community con benefit from friendly relationships among business competitors, between our City and surrounding areas and other Communities across Canada, between employer and employee: WHEREAS the lethbridge Chamber of Commerce Is a voluntary organization of citizens enabling all to work together to adieive the above goals and generally to improve business, to build a better community, and to develop better citizenship in our province, and our country. by virtue of the powers vested in me, do here- by, proclaim civic support for "CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WEEK" being observed throughout Canada ApriJ 8th through April 14th, end call upon all citizens to lend their active interest, sup- port and co-operation in making observance successful in every way. J. C. BARNES DEPUTY MAYOR Key Realty and Insurance Is Pleased To Introduce The Newest Members Of Their Sales Staff VIRN MORGAN 323-5097 IV A ANTON f 527-2791 H. P BERGSR 327-0301 VAL Receptionist end REAL ESTATE SALES RESIDENTIAL FARM COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT ASK ABOUT ALL CLASSES OF GENERAL INSURANCE AUTO HOME BUSINESS MORTGAGE AND LIFE INSURANCE PLAN o" -OV, W xf t FOR ALL YOUR REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE NEEDS Avenue Soul ft r L- J- ff r H ;