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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Monday, April 9, 1973 The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETKBRIDGE r OPTICAL mtEsauimoN co.i Room for everybody George, a visual aid for anatomy and physiology classes at the British Columbia Institute of Technology in Burnaby, B.C., rides with students in an elevator as prep- arations are for an open house at the school. Health group seeking unpasteurized milk ban CALGARY (CP) The Al- berta public health association will ask the provincial govern- ment to outlaw all sales of un- pasteurized milk in restaurants and public places A resolution to this effect was passed at the association's an- nual convention which ended Friday. Proponents of the resolution said existing provincial law requires municipalities and lo- cal government districts to de- cide the pasteurization ouestion bv plebiscite. Some areas, in- cluding a number of villages in the Peace River region, "have not voted for the measuie so that unpasteurized milk may legally be sold there The association asks for province-wide law that would take the decision out of the hands of local communities A public health inspector who helped draft the request said, however, the majority of com- munities have pasteurized milk "because public health officials have been successful in con- vincing most dairy producers and processors to have their milk pasteurized." The association also passed a resolution asking the govern- ment to change the municipal government act to permit pas- sage of pasteurization bylaws by municipalities without a plebescite. Duke of Argyll dies at 69 in Edinburgh EDINBURGH (AP) The Duke of Argyll, 69-year-old head of Scotland's Clan Campbell, died in a nursing home here following a stroke suf- fered several weeks ago at his home near Paris. The duke is survived by his wife, who was his fourth wife, two sons and a daughter. Two of his previous wives are living. The duke was flown' home from France following his stroke, and his return fanned a row in the House of Commons. Fuel tax less on propane car EDMONTON (CP) The Al- berta Government is giving "ac- tive consideration" to making propane and natural gas sub- ject to lower taxes 01 tax ex- empt when used in motor xehicles, env ronment minister Bill Yurko said at the weekend Replying in the legislature to Charles Drain he said the department had been studying the matter for some time. "We did a major survey, of course, of pollution sources in Calgary and Edmonton to de- termine the extent of pollution from automobiles and gas ve- hicles." The minister did not say what conclusions the survey reacnecl- ed. Studies in other parts of the world have determined that natural gas-powered vehicles produce a significantly smaller amount of pollution than gaso- line or diesel-power vehicles. 2 A great selection of spring colours in care- free 100% polyester. So easy to sew and with a price tag anyone can live with. Spring Fashion Fabric 60" Jacquard Doubleknits .22 yd. 60" Woven Summer Seersucker 3.22 In o blend of 45% polyester, acry- lic, cotton and 5% other fabrics. Machine washable. Terrific plaids. Great color Ideal for bags' Yord Goodj STOSE HOURS Opwi doily from 9 30 o in 5 30 p m Thurs end Fri. 9.30 e tn. 9-00 Village Moll Telephone 328-9231 t car loans. And how we can get you rolling. If you're thinking of trading your car, we should talk. We've been involved in financing cars for a long time. We know that interest rates vary from lender to lender. So it is in your best interest to investigate before you borrow. Come in and talk to us. We can put together a loan that'll suit you with- out getting you in over your head. We can even talk about one type of loan that gives you the full price of your car. Even if you're not a customer. We say this, because we know helping you is the best way to make you one. Come on in. And let's talk cars. The First Canadian Bank Bank of Montreal ;