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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta IHf IFTHSRinGE HfRALD Sqlurdny, April It, 197J to Getting eaujiM hi possession nf cannabis can be an export- experience. David CuhYr of Lcthbridgc was fined or the al- frr.T.ftire nf -13 days in jail when he pleaded guilty in map- J5lraU''s t-ourt to possession of ;i hooka pipe and ore grain of hashish. Court told the charge re- suited Culler was check-] rd at a dance in Diamond City 2t) and the pipe and nar- colirs found on him. Hei: PuKcsuk of ConlliursL re- quests! a report be made him self M'hen lie pleaded pally to possession of R small brai-s pipe and a gram of hashish He is to appear in magistrate's court April 14 for sentencing. Ronald D. Hams of Lcfh- bridgc was fined when he pleaded Ruilly lo possession of caruiJibis re-sin. Court, was lold Harris hat! been found to have a small brass "hash" pipe in his possession and an analysis revealed traces of Ihc resin. Udunrd Nelson, also of Lclh- bridge, pleaded guiUy to pos- session of I wo "hash" pipes which both contained traces of cannabis. He was fined S130. Anolher Lcthbridgc voting man, Lecndarl T. reserved his plcn wlien RCMP failed to present him an analysis report. enl in a house in North I.clh- bridge when a routine nnrcut- ics search was made by the HC.MP. Judge L. Hudson said had he knov, n circumstances earlier the fines would have been higher. "It sounds like a modern version of an opium said tho judge. An RCMJ1 official said the search had been the second concluded in the house. "There were so many persons in the house the first time it was im- possible to lay a charge on any- one, hut we did get a lol of narcotic's that he said. RC'Ml? refused lo release the acldreis of the house. Business licence sale slow A survey by the Inspection and development department inoicntes there are 462 busi- nesses operating in the city. Under Ihc terms of a bylaw passed by city council in Janu- ary, each of the businesses will be licensed for by the cily. To date, about half of the business have been invoiced Follow ing the appearance of j anrj 102 have paid their licence Hm-ris and Nelson court was (CC told Ihe two men and Mr, Another clause In the bylaw SlaiTcnherg had all been pres- j requires new business opera- tors to show proot of their j qualifications to run Ihe bnsi- i ness. Tosh Kanashiro. chief huild- 1 Ing inspector, said the bylaw is not intended to put estab- i lishcd operators out of business. However, since the bylaw be- came effective, several appli- cants have been turned down because they did not have i proof of Iheir qualifications to run a business, he said. There are 140 businesses on the north side and 322 on the south side of the city. Kainai closed bv deep sn.ow Kainai Industries' house man- ufacturing plant at Standoff ex- pects to resume production Monday after being closed for two weeks. The March 25 snowstorm which pilen snow 25 feet high In front of the plant's doors. forced the shut down of thu production line, Eighty production staff were, laid off. Four were kept in the plant last week and 10 have Southiiiiiister choir to sing been working Ihis week, rcor- j ll art of Ihe production gamzing p line, The pressure of the snow pushed In two of tho plant's windows one on Llic first floor and a second storey win- dow 18 foot above the ground. The firm's normal produc- tion Is one complete house a The sno'.v Is clearing nxvay End it is expected that by .Mon- day, barring a similar storm, The Southminstcr United Church Senior Choir will pre- sent the Messiah by Handel Sunday at p.m. in the sanc- tuary. It v.iis originally scheduled for Palm Sunday, but was post- poned because of the s n o storm. vSolo parts will be taken by Colleen Kauffnann, soprano; TOAST TO SUCCESS Fred Burton, 86, lefl one! Jim Haimes, 88, the oldest Bailie of Vimy Ridge veterans toast a good life at the 55lh anniversary of ihe famous First World War battle. Held in the Memorial Hall of tbo Royal Canadian Legion Friday, the anniversary attracted 28 veterans from lelhbridge and soulhern Alberta. At one limo 75 vclerans allended (lie annual dinner event. The Bailie of Vimy Ridge fought April 9, 1917 and Involved ihe Canadian Corps (army in the Firsl World In ihe batlle, ihere were four Canadian divisions facing six German divisions. It considered" one of tha greatest victories in the hislory of Canadian arms. During ihe bailie there were more ihon casualUics, about one third killed. Paula's Photoi New medical supplies shop 'Rcci cation for TQs: A Regional will be the theme of tho annuia workshop of the Oldmrjn Ilivcr Rational houses ag.iin start moving Mary Thomson, contrallo; Wai-1 Comniibi'iun set for recreation meet April 21 Three Lcthhridge residents, a total of years experi- ence in the sales of medical and surgical supplies, h a v e stnrled the only surgical equip- mcnt business in Alberta south of Calgary, They arc Ted Richardson, president: Tony Pike, secre- tary; and Dave Hacksou, treas- urer; of the Packard Medical Supply Centre Ltd., of 1285 3 Ave. S. Mr. Pike and Mr. Hncksnn previously were representatives of Stevens Alberta Co. Ltd. and Ingram and Bell, two of the largest Canadian companies in surgical equipment field, respectively in I.elbbridgc. They decided that iL was time for Lclhbridgc to have its ov.n surgical equipment business, and teamed up Mr. Rich- ardson, operates a drug store. s "The response In our first i month of operation has been i Mr. Pike said. "In I some supplies the stock has turned over three times al- ready. have done in month hoped to achieve In a year Packard serves the whole urea of southern Alberta south of Calgary. Because the company is slill in ib infancy, it does not sell X-ray equip- ment, hut otherwise carries a complete stock of surgical equipment, dressings end hos- pital ware, Packard caters to hospitals, clinics and homes. SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT from the platll. is cancelled (cr Ccwrzen, tenor and Arthur Hunt, bass. Conductor is WD- I frcd Woolhouso. There is no ndinssion, bul a collct'tion will he taken. No more jobs Due (o a Inck of inlercsl, time and conflict with the Op LI- The Travel and Convention mist Club's walk a thon, Ihe Association of Southern Alber- Kinsrnen Club of Lcthbridgc ta has stopped accepting sum- has cancelled the 1072 skate-a- thun. The skate-a-thon, which was lo be held today, will he staged in Hie fall with the pro- ceeds going to minor hockey. mcr job applications, TCASA has been flooded with applica- lions for jobs as travel coun- sellors in tourist booths scat- tered throughout the tourist zone, HE1NITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. S. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Invitations Announcement (24 Service If Necesioryl Bride Books O Thank You Napkini Malchci We pro'.'ldp Cornplimanfory Pursonaliied Ikad Table Placo Cords each Order! FREE CUSTOMER PARKING April 21 The workshop will be Ut-ycd to four sessions, hio in the morning and I'.vo in Llie after- noon. Allen Sulntycky. membnr of Parliament fnr Kocky Mnun- tain House, which covers tlic region along tho slojies of the flockirs, Hie speaker ,Tl Ihc1 tlmtivr. Opening remarks v.ill bu by Hugh O'Xcil, chairman, and Er- u'in dircclor of the commission. Panel A, starting at am., IJG called 'Ilcerealion Demands for the Rural Areas.' Participants inclucfc: Dr. E. Mcr'arlnnd, tUroc'.or of rec- reation, department of culture, youth and recreation for tho provincial covcrnmc-nl; Dr. T Atkinson, plr.nl path-i Speakers have been asked lo ologLst wi'n tha department of! restrict their discussions lo agriculture; I soulhern Alberta p r o b 1 em Kogers, commissioner for j areas as much as possible the city of Red Denr and Representatives of cities. Rogers Davis, resident and for- mer councillor for tho County of Lcllibridgc. Panel n, will concern itself with 'Hccrcalion vs Other Uses in River Volleys and Reser- voirs.' Parlicipnnls v.-ill include .Mrs. U. Sclwltr, Ireasurcr, na- tural historj' r-ocioty, J. Purndl, resources division, provincial department of environment; Henry Thiesscn. director ol e n tat planning, dcpnrlmtml of environment; JOG Balla, pnsl president of towns, villages, covmticrs a n c! Time Air decision next week municipal d I s t r 1 c ts from throughout the province arc ex- pected to be on hand for the uwkshop. It. is hoped Hint a south re- gional parks and recreation de- velopment commit, tee for southern Alberta will be form- ed as a result of Ihe workshop. Lane pickups The cily nill revert to lane, pickups of garbage Monday. I City officials Friday thanked i The Air Transport Commit- citizens for their co-operation Ice of the Canadian Transport the difficult period fol- Commission is j lowing Ihc weeks ago. heavy storm hvo Let me help you buy a Nelson Home Let me shov; you the complete fine of 1972 Nelson manufactured horrifis. Split levels. Bungalows. Splil enlries. Lov; prices tor all budgets. ART DRIEDIGER PHONE ME AT 272-4727, CALGARY Coucer! Sunday ei aiory of p.m. Sun- Art Williams Wonderful World of Travel Invites You To Tha First INTER-CONTINENTAL PIPE BAND COMFETiTiONS in conjunction The CNE, Toronto, Ontario AUGUST 16th to 21st, 1972 linn, Conservation and source Conflicts v.ilhin Knolhills and Minn will in! head (jjr ui'.illiple use pi-ovineial dciiarduc'iit of kind.-, and pr i-side-lit '.f I lid Travel of AlherUi: C. JJoady, department ol Univ e r s i t y of Lcthbridgc rind E. vlce- pre.iidenL and jrereral manager of Colemrm Collieries Lid. 1 Both Mr. Barlon and Time[ president S I u b h Ross ex- pressed oplimism lhal (he ap- plication will he approved ft' it is, Time e.vpeeK (o ser- vice to Crrande Prairie in parly (DEPARTING FROM CAIGAR1T, AUG, 16lh) TOUR COST PER PERSON ouble occupancy AIR TRAVEL by CP AIR from Calgary rncludrs Return air fnre Calgary-Toronto In-flight meals O Superior accommodation Admiuion lo events Speeiaf child re n't farei avnilnbl on rsquetr FOR INFORMATION AND BOOKINGS CONTACT ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALI QUALITY DENrURE CLINIC Capilol Furniture 6ldg. Certified Dcntnl Meehonre EDDY DIETRfCH 328-76B4I i you better! Uricrnploymenl Insuronco office. IETH8RIDGE OFFICE 313 5lh Slrcel Soulh, PHona 328-6601 PHONE 328-3201 j UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE COMMISSION1 s your money mployed? Put it to work in our Investment Funds, You'll get security and expert management, Royal Trust has four InvcsLmcntFvinds designed your needs; capital grow th orhijjh quarterly income. See us for complete information. Investment Funds. Royal Trust 740 4lh Ave. South, Lethbrldge, Alberta Phone 328-5516 ;