Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
NHL HOCKEY WEEKEND JANUARY 2llh 29th TORONTO vi VANCOUVER CALIFORNIA vt VANCOUVER For Information and Bookings Call ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALI PHONE 32S-3201 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Monday, January 10, 1972 PAGES 9 TO 20 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL HOG. 740 4th AVE. S. LETH1RICCE, AlBERTA SfE US FOR AIL YOUR OPTICAL NEEDS back at school About well-rested and anxious students made their way bach to their respective schools throughout Lethbridge today to resume classes fol- lowing a 17-day Christmas holi- day. They joined more than students who were also return- ing to classes at the University of Lelhbridge. The Lethbridge Community College resumed classes last week. Most ol today's activity was expected to centre around the problem of organizing classes before the actual work of the second semester gets under way. Teachers returned to school Jan. 6 to prepare themselves. Woman dragged by car A young woman is in fairly good condition in St. Michael's General Hospital today after being struck and dragged about 100 feet by a car at a.m. Antonia Tong, 19, an ex- change student at the Univer- sity of Lethbridge from Hong I Kong received chest injuries I when hit by a car driven by Harold Ellis, 22, 515 8th Ave. S. City police said the accident occurred as the young woman was crossing 13th St. at lOUl Ave. Winter is back The mild temperatures of the past week are about to leave us. The local weather office says the thermometer should dip be- low zero tonight and will go no higher than five degree.es above on Tuesday. The high temperature for to- day is expected to reach 25 de- grees, accompanied by light snow. A little more than 2.5 inches of snow fell on the city Sun- day. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schworlr Bldg. 222 5lh SI. S. Phone 328-4095 ALL SHE HAS LEFT Mrs. Pqtricia Jenkins looks al a picture of her six-year-old son Kevin. Kevin was abducted be her separated husband Stanley Alexander Jenkins on Nov. 2. Police hove been unable to find the boy or his falher. For now'she has nothing but a picture and concern left. -Walter Kerber Photo City six-year-old still missing For a mother, two months can ben a long time. Patricia Jenkins, 26, has not seen or heard from her son Kevin, 6, since he failed to re (urn home from Senator Buch- anan Elementary School tor lunch Nov. 2. Three days after her son's disappearance Mrs. Jenkins received a letter from her then- estranged husband Alexander Jenkins. Stanley NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE ASSOCIATION Of ALBERTA LETHBRIDGE EAST CONSTITUENCY Wednesday, January 12th, p.m. Sven Ericksen's Restaurant Guest Speaker: ALLAN WARRACK Minister of Lands and Forests Province of Alberto CHECK LIST FOR YOUR 1972 OFFICE NEEDS Pencils Ball Pens t Felt Pens F 1 Ledger Sheets F Columnar Sheets J Columnar Pads Columnar Books Time Books 1 Time Card: Transfer Cases r Binding Cases File Folders Expanding Envelopes Envelopes C Adder Rolli Rolls I Card Cabinet Card Index f Filing Cards f 1 Calendar Refills Diariei Daily Journal t Lilt Finders T 1 List Finder Refills Postal Scales t J Bond Paper Onion Skin Duplicating Paper Mlmeo Paper I Scotch Tape Rubber Bands 1 Slapler I Slaplei r 1 Carbon Paper F Sleno Note Batik 1 Scratch Pads 1 Duplicating Fluid T Mimeo Ink Quick Memo Garage Work Orderl Melal Desks f Wooden Desks T Metal Chairs 1 Stacking Chairs 1 1 Filing Cabinets I 1 Typewriter Stand L Waste Basket 1 Under Arm Cases Arlachl Catos Proletton Figuring Pads I Acco Fasteneri 1 Post Binders 1 ledger Binders t 1 Rotary Files 1 Desk Trays Desk Orgalnieri Desk Orderliei T ftaifl Boolct Looseleaf Binders 2 Holt Punchtri .1 3 Hole Puncher. I 1 Paper Clips F Pencil Sharptn'rl 1 Blolteri I DMk Sets PHONE OUR ORDER DESK OR HAVE ONE OF OUR SALESMEN CALL CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13lh ST. N. PHONE The letter, mailed from Etzi. kom, about 25 miles north of the Canada-TJ.S. border said her husband had taken his son back. City plice bad been unable to act on the child's disap- pearance until the letter had been received. A police spokesman at Hie time said, "Until we have some reason to believe the boy has been abducted, we must treat the case as a standard missing persons report." "Neighbors saw my sepa- rated husband's car parked at his mother's house in Coaldale for at least a day after Kevin didn't come said Mrs. Jenkins. "About two weeks before Kevin was taken, the court had issued a restraining order against Stanley. The order said he was not supposed to come near or interrupt the activity of either of the two children or she said. "Alter we separated 1 went o live at my mother and fath- er's home. Stanley tried to break into the house through the milk bos at least once, and he came to the windows and bothered us several times. "One day he tried to take my baby daughter Charlene away from me, but my mother was able to chase Him away. "On several occasions he would call us and say he was in Edmonton, and then we would sea his car circling the block about 20 minutes she said. "It's a terrible feeling not to know where your son is, and I always worry how he is. "Taking him was a terrible thing. Before his father ran off with Kevin he was really doine well in school, but I know Stan- ley will not put him back in school because someone might find out who Kevin is." she said. City Police Chief Ralph Mi- chelson said there was a cross- Canada warrant issued for the arrest of Stanley Alexander Jenkins on a charge of abduc- tion. United States immigration officials have also been alerted and are on the lookout for Jen- kins. If they find him he will bs arrested and extradited to Canada as a fugitive from jus- said the chief. Stanley Alexander Jenkins is 33 years old, five feet, 914 in- FOR YOUR PROTECTION ONLY With some prescriptions no telephone or oral order from your doctor is acceptable and in other cases we must contour your physician for authorization to refill a prescription. Laws such as regulating Ihe practice of pharmacy, are made for your proleclion only. Always phone ut when you want a prescript- Ion re-filled. Then we can check it in Ihe file, promptly let you know what the status is, and haw soon we might be able to have it ready for you. If further action must be taken be- fore we can proceed we will tell you that also. remember our prime considtralion il your belter health._________________________________ CAPSULES OF WISDOM BY GEORGE AND ROD When you tntrust us with your prescription record on your penonal Family Record Card. The possibility oF Drug Inter Reaction, Allergy or Sensitivity can more readily be detected. DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEY Halg Medical Btdg. oOl 4th Ave. S. ches tall with brown hair and brown eyes, and weighs about HO pounds. Police report he has the ta- too of a square on his left hand between the thumb and fore- finger, and tatoos of a ribbon and a heart on his left fore- arm, and two crossed knives and the names Stan and Lorna on his right forearm. Kevin Wayne Jenkins is six years old wilh brown hair and brown eyes. He is 314 feet tall and weighs about 40 pounds. When last seen, Stanley Jen- kins was driving a 1967 red and while Ford sedan with Alberta licence LG 4209. More money needed Friendship Centre may have to close By RUDY HAUGENEDER Staff Writer The Lethbridge Friendship Centre may have to temporar- ily close its doors unless addi- tional operating funds are found soon. The centre currently has suf- ficient funds to operate effec- tively for one more month, but then it may be out o[ money until the end of March when its new budget grant is made available by the provincial gov- ernment. Directors attending a board meeting Friday decided to con- tact various provincial and fed- eral government departments City businessman me fpot'-RCMP By LARRY BENNETT Staff Writer :'There are businessmen in Lethbridge who are using mari 'Mystery' death investigated City police are investigating he "mystery death" of a Leth (ridge Community College stu dent. Raymond Edward B1 a ck >urn, 18, of Coleville, Sask. bund dead lale Friday after noon by his roommate, Ivan Hoffman, in the basement suite they shared at 1619 23rd St. S. Coroner Dr. John E. Morgan said the cause of death is complete mystery yet" and investigation is continuing. He said an autopsy report will soon be filed from Regins which will reveal the cause o death. Blackburn, a second year radio arts student, reportedly was suffering from headaches and nausea for about a iveel prior to his death. Canadian Western Natura Gas officials inspected the apartment during the weekend but they refused to release de- tails of the report they filed with representatives of the house owner who lives in Grea Falls, Mont. Police said further informa iton on the death is being with held pending continued invest! gation. Blackburn was scheduled ti graduate from LOG this spring JUST DIAL 328-0111-328-0222 NEW PHONE NUMBERS PHOTOGRAPHERS Lethbridge 710 3rd Ave. S. Coll 311.6133 401 5th SI. S. Free Delivery Coll 317-3364 SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd AVE. N. Tuesday, Jan. 11-7 p.m. Sharp TERMS CASH NO RESERVES Old walnut dining room table; round pedislal dining room table; dark wood buffel; lovely walnut chest of draw- ers; kitchen suite wilh 6 chairs; 2 new straw wicker old barber chair; velvcl and nude paintings; good selection of televisions; chesterfields; 5 rolls of hall ruy runners; 12 rolls of linoleum; wooden table and chairs. Compete gas furnace; porcelain sink; complete car radio; tP records; gas and electric ranges; new Singer vac- uum cleaner; 3.i bed and folding bed; box spring; card table; electrical wall fixtures; book case; skates; lamps; irons; dishes; pats and pans; large kitchen cupboard; number of good school desks; electric dryer; Comet arc welder; largo hair dryer. If you wish to consign goods and hove them picked up and advertised free please phone before Friday. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT AUCTION BARN Phone 327-1322 2SOB 2nd Ave. N. AUCTIONEERS CORDON SHERWOOD BILL HOPE No. No. 141 juana, and I have been able to smell it on their a member of the Lethbridge ECMP said Friday. He said it is generally easy to recognize a person who has been using marijuana or hash- ish by his actions, attitude and the lingering smell in his cloth- ing. "Young persons are general- ly caught and arrested with marijuana in then- possession became they buy and use it in public places or groups at par- said Bob Morrison, Non- commissioned officer of the southern Alberta subdivision of the RCMP in Lethbridge. Business men may pur- chase marijuana or hashish and not be as easily noticed be- cause they can transact such purchases during their ordinary business, or in the privacy of their he said. "It is illegal to sell, buy or possess marijuana, but the law does not say it is illegal to smoke it. A person may not be charged or taken to court un- less he is caught with mari- juana or hashish in his posses- sion." City police detective Frank Balhgale said he had no com- ment about the ECMP state- ment, but he did say he didn't think youths walked down the street smoking grass, and he was sure some of those who were arrested for having it had been smoking it in their homes, like the business man might do. CLIFF BLACK, Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 to see if the needed money could be obtained. The centre, which serves as a meeting ground for many Lethbridge and area Indians and whites and is the meeting place for such organizations as the Alcoholics Anonymous, has about operating capital remaining and requires an add- itional to stay open. Also discussed at the meeting was a possible temporary re- duction in staff. However deci- sions for any specific actions will be delayed until govern- ment replies are received. The directors indicated that an appeal for funds from the public would probably meet with little success because "many people nave the faise notion the centre is for Indians only." The puhlic is not yet f u 11 y aware that both Indians and whites make use of the facility, which acts as a meeting place, referral centre and provides personal counselling. In addi- tion, numerous hobbies and courses are either being taught or planned for the public at the centre. The centre has had a tremen- dous impact on many youths and people with personal diffi- culties, it was noted. Board members said, one of the centre's major functions is to establish better communica- tion between white and native peoples. A similar situation occurred in Calgary last fall when the Friendship Centre there ran short of operating funds. However, closure there was avoided when a sympathetic city council presented the cen- tre with a special grant. The Lethbridge Friendship Centre board says it will launch an extensive member- ship and information drive at the beginning of its new fiscal year. idemberships can be obtained for by writing the Friend- ship Centre of Southern Alberta at the corner of 5th St. and 1st Ave. S. HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Chdrlfon Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 32B-33BB Your oldest Carrier dealer in Southern Alberta wishes to announce a name change from Fedor't Refrigeration to ALCON REFRIGERATION LTD. DEALERS IN A COMPLETE LINE OF AIR CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT CONWAT CAMERON 2214 43 ST. 5. ALLAN DRAPER PHONE 327-5816 LETHBRIDGE, ALTA. YOKOHAMA RADIALS MILE GUARANTEE 9 ply tread Safety at higher speeds Better road Outstanding braking Economic performance Shop and Compare then see the Yokohama Radial at LEONARD TIRE MART LTD. 1902 2nd Avenue S. Phone 327-3580 "WE KNOWINGLY UNDERSELL"