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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW IT COSTS NO MORE TO DEAl THROUGH YOUR TRAVEL AGENT FOR AIL TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS? CONTACT ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328.320! The Lethkidge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethtmdge, Albcrln, Friday, April 20, 1072 PAGES 17 TO 28 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4lh AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Summer is coming. Bo ready with a pair of Prescription Sunglauei. Purity Dairy has been sold Purily Dairy Co-op 1ms been sold to Palm Dairies Lid. of Calgary, according to Hugh Homer, provincial minister of agriculture. The selling price of Purily Dairies has not been released 1ml Mr. Horncr said the pro- vincial treasury will lose about on the deal. Palm Dairies had offered to pay million lor the co-operative. Purily Dairies went into re- ceivership last December ami the Treasury Branch Look over operations. The cooperative place in receivership when it became apparent "it would be necessary lo sell Ihc as- sets if we were lo salvage anything (or the people in- Dr, Homer saitl. Purily owed close to mil- lion lo secured and unsecured creditors, Dr. llorncr said all employ- with Purity arc being offer- ed jobs with Palm and that pro- ducers would be ensured pay- menl. Li Drowned man identified City police have tentatively identified the man missing in Ihc Oldman River following an Incident at the high level bridge Thursday as Peter Vcnhuis. 325 J2lh SI. B. city employee. Mr. Venhuis1 car was discov- tred fit about 3 p.m. parked near the high level bridge. The car was locked, a hard hat and lunch bucket were on the front seat, and the keys were visible on the dash board. A city official said Mr. Ven- huis, a diabetic, had phoned in sick and said he was going to see a doctor. A check with the family Thursday afternoon revealed he had told them he wns going lo work. Late Thursday afternoon Mr. Venhuis' wife identified a hat found in the river near Ihe high level bridge as the one her hus- band often wore. Dragging operations for the missing body were discontinued by the fire department rescue boat shortly before 5 p.m. yes- terday and were not resumed today. Fire Chief Russell halted the operations because the Bearch area was too large, the river current too fast and the water too murky. A city police official said only periodic checks of the river area were carried out over- night and nothing more was planned for today. icence plates have deadline The deadline (or purchasing 1972 licence plates is definitely 30 Sunday and (here will be absolutely no ex tensions. The Alberta Motor Associa- tion 'office will be open Satur- day to handle the lasl minute rush of new licence buyers. The P r o v i n c i al Administration Building, however, will not be open Saturday. The AMA oflicc will be open >om 9 a.m. lo 5 p.m. A small lineup was reporter at the AMA office this morning and a steady stream of pro- crastinating motorists is :ccted to flow through the loors until closing time tomor row. Highways Minister Clarence Copilhornc said there has al- ready been a one-month exten sion and there is no need for any further delay merely be- cause April 30 is a Sunday. A spokesman for the motor vehicles branch had stated ear- lier that a 24-hour extension o: deadline was automatic when the final day for pur- chase of new plates falls OD a Sunday. LEROY'S PLUMBING A GASFITTING SERVICE WORK NEW INSTALLATIONS PHONE 32B-B403 NEW POST Rev. Kcn- clh Jordnn of Pinclicr Creek has Lrcn appointed minister of First United Cliurcli, I.clli- bridgc, succeeding Rev. R. E. Eskdalc who lias moved Lo Hritisli Columbia. Rev. Jordan was recently re-elect- ed president of Ihc South Al1 bcrln presbytery of I ]i c United Church of Canada. PHARMACY FACTS FROM O. C. STUBBS The bcsl.possiblc care ol your leclh is vital where your best health is concerned. And, here in our pharmacy, you'll always find (In; dental products which 9 your dcntis( rc- jcoinmend.s [or Uie besl care of [your Leclh and gums. Here is S where you'll find fjust the toolh- J hnish you're _ flocking for or Lhe special toothpaste pro- duced for teeth that arc more Lhan ordinarily-sensitive lo cold or heal the cleansers for dentures anrf gum slim- nlalors that lielp fcccp your gums in licallhy condition. We have and ninny other health and bcniity aids in all the types and sixes you ean find only in cur kind of store. This is the place where "Your Health Is Our Business" the place where we know Ihal if il wcrcn'L for friendly people like you. Lhere'rl be no slore like onrs! You can always depend on Stufobs Pharmacy to be your friendliest place, where service and quality mecl here in bridgc. Filling your proscrip- tions is our main business here at 1506-3th Ave. S. Open daily a.m. to p.m. Sundays nnd Holidays p.m. to p.m. and p.m. lo p.m. Flyers plan seminar The Lclhbridge Flying Clu will hold an aviation scmina at Kcnyon Field Sunday 9 to 'I p.m. About 40 persons from cm Alberta are expected lo al lend (he seminar, which i technical in nature, a clu spokesman said. RELIEVbS GAS 1967 Cortina Automatic, rodio, low milengo. A-l COCO condition. 1970 CHEVELLE MAUBU SUPER SPORT equipped. 1966 FORD V8 Aulomolre CQCft A-l condilion. RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. 3rd Ave. and 16th Sf. f. Salei 328-4539 Car lot 328.4354 FESTIVAL INCLUDES GUITAR The Classic Guitar method of playing the Instru- ment was included in program oF the 42nd annual Kiwanis music festi- val. Above, Monti Egan, Calgary, plucks his guilar For adjudicator Ted Komar in the Votes Memorial Centre. Monti was among five other people playing classic guitars at the Votes Thursday night. Phil Faulds Photo. set The Inter-Varsity Christian fellowship sponsored garba- thon for east Lclhbridge will kick off from tho College Mall Shopping Centre at a.m. Saturday. Members of local IVCI-' ;ronps and other interested ci- tizens who have solicited pledges for money will work alonf! Ihc Coults Highway and 20111 Ave. to 43rd St. S. The garbathon will move along 43rd St. to Highway 3 and Lhcn cast lo the Lclhbridge He- search Station. Time permitting, the group Illegal entry proves costly for three border-jumpers Two Canadians and an Amer- ican were each fined or given the alternative of 45 drvys n jail when they pleaded guilty i n Lclhbridge magistrate's court to a charge of illegal en- try into Canada. Court was told the trio of two men and a woman had enter- ed Canada Thursday morning by driving about 300 yards down from the Coutts border crossing and going across the horrler on a dirt road. The crossing incident was witnessed by members of the Canadian crossing point stdff, and Ihe Milk River IICMP de- tachment was called. Crisis ii? Ed 11 on I ion The Irio, (ravelling in a IQ-tt purple school bus, drove back onto Urn Coutts highway short- ly after crossing the border and were arrested and charged before they reached Milk River. An RCMP official said a search of the bus revealed nnc revolver, several cans of spray lenr-gas and merchandise ap- parently meant for a "head shop." Arrested Hospital board can't assist CMHA budget MA HrrnM Staff The Lctlibrirli'c Central and Auxiliary Hospital and Nursing lame District No. 65 Board re- used Thursday night a Cana- ian Menial Health Association equpsl for lin.-iiirial assis- ancc. A tier hearing a presentation mm a CMHA delegation vhich staled thai the volun- ary organization is facing sc- ious financial difficulties nnd considering withdrawal from he United Appeal, ihe amal- gamated hospital board passed bis resolution: "That the CMHA request for inancial assistance he refused, nil that the planning commit- .ce of the hoard continue to nccl with flic CMHA in order .0 develop an acceptable and Balanced service for patients and ex-palienls in Ibis commu- nity and to explore all possible avenues of mutual assistance." Following the CMHA prcsen- meet with the Alberta Hospital talion, the board beard another i Services Commission rcgard- prcscniation from Raymond, ling the CMHA request for fi- .seeking support in Raymond's plan to develop q. ft. Bag. Covers fq. fl. Call Gardening 327-5767 .80 DOWNTOWN Phone 327-4348 Canadian Furriers Cold Fur Storage let our sVilled clean and glaze your precioui furi. AliO expert cleaning 'of leathers nd suedes Canadian Furriers Paramount Theatre Bldg. The Crisis in I'Mncntion will be discussed by Ttcv. A. E. Greene, Jr., principal of Belle- VHC Christian School in Seattle, Wasiiing-nn, in Lcthbriclgc May 5th. To speak before n public gathering al Immamicl Chris- tian School, Mr. firpcnc will outline the need of Clirislian Colleges to help people "to feel, lo believe and lo act and think responsibly." :LIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Msrhonlc BLACK DENTAL LAB! lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. PHONE 327-2822 Active 20-30 donates 8150 The Aclivc 20-HO Club pre- sented worth of hoxine; equipment lo (he l.cthbridge Boxing Club Thursday night. The prc.sonlalion was made Iwo days Ijelorc a boxing tourna' mcnt is to be held nt Ihc Box- itif; Club, Henderson I.akc, Sat- urday al 7 p.m. AVKtlAfiE The average person dispels liquid waste four limes .1 day and solid waste once a day. REFRIGERATION Sales and Service all types COMMERCIAL DOMESTIC INDUSTRIAL CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262 2nd Ava. South Phone 328-3388 FAMILY DINING EVERY SUNDAY! r Excellent Food r Gracious Service f Special Children's Menu YOJ will be entertained by Miss Vnlcrie Ilorvulli mid luldie (riuindl Dinner Music 6 to 8 p.m. IN THT OLB THADfT'OH or WCffTTWW HOSPITALrTT ledau'iant PHONE 328-7756 FOR RESERVATIONS Get Set for Summer Fun in a pair of our Summer Sandals Wet Look Ties moil popultir Children's Shoes We lake special care in iho proper filling of young grow- ing feet. Sec our selcclion of new summer sandals for the young sol. Sec too, miisov slyles juit like big sister's in aucdci and wel looks. Boy's Savage unimoldi give proper fit and arc builr to lost, New at Camm'i MIN'S AND LADIES' SURFERS in While or Novy ladles 3.95 Men'. 5.95 Open Fri tif 9 p.m. .._ CAMMS 403 5lh Street S. Shoes ;