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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Jmvarr TM UTHMIMI HtlALD 18 Loss of wallet and identification means temporary loss of country By LARRY BENNETT Staff Writer A 38-year-old man hu lost his wallet and its contents, and has temporarily become a man without a country. Harvey Frost Emery was re- fused entry into the United at the Sweet Grass port of entry Saturday when he could not present proof that he was an American citizen. Emery attempted to return to Canada, but was detained at the border crossing by a Ca- nadian Immigration officer and finally taken into custody by members of the Coutts detach- ment of the RCMP. He is now being held by RCMP at the Lethbridge Cor- rectional Institute. Authorities reported Emery said be had awakened in the rear seat of a car at Fort Mac- leod, and be did not know where be was. When he discovered he was in Canada he decided to hitch- hike back to the United States. He was reported to have told Immigration officials he had loft Hi wallet, and the lot II-1.. uang oo mDemocrai neron discovering he was in Canada wu that bad ben In Sail Lake City, Utah. An official source said Em- ery told the RCMP he had been born In Savannah, Georgia, but he had not seen his mother for 15 years or his father since he was nine yean did. He was also reported to have Mid mother had remarried and be did not know her new Emery will remain In RCMP custody, though, no charges hive been laid, until Canadian Immigration officials determine whether be is a citizen of Can- ada or the U.S. Tf an investigation currently under in Georgia reveals Emery fe a U.S. citizen, be will be escorted to the Canada-US border, where he will be' grant 'ed a voluntary departure from Canada. A voluntary departure wil allow him to legally return to Canada at any time, since has broken no laws. If it is determined Emery Is a Canadian, he will be re- leased. Churchill port given support By RIC SWIHART Staff Writer REGINA The chief com missioner for the Canadian wheat board offered no apo ogies for the Churchill gra export facility during a live question-and-answer period the PallJser Wheat Grower Association convention. He was replying to a query about future expansion for t Hudson Bay export terminal f duties at Churchill, Man. PENTECOSTAL TABERNACLE SPECIAL WEEKEND SERVICES WITH EVANGELIST DAN MOE Friday, January 14th p.m. "AN URGENT CALL TO PRAYHf EVERYONE INVITED Saturday, January 15th p.m. EVANGELISTIC SERVICE WITH EMPHASIS TOWARD YOUTH Speaker: DAN MOE Sunday, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. DAN MOE WIU PREACH AT BOTH SERVKES Evangelist Dan Moa hai concluded o Winter Youth Roily in Calgary and comei to ui highly recommended ai a dynamic youth speaker. He hoi ltd in many successful youth ventures ocron Canada. He alia hai a clear cut end well defined moviage for the fathari and of our day. You are invited to come and hear for yourself! r Welcome to our 22nd ANNIVERSARY SALE We Invite yeu lo join us we celebrate our 32nd Anniversary in buiineu ot Picture Yeu will find tremendous tterawide special pricnl Sale Prices in effect until Saturday, Jan. 22nd. HOUSEWARES DEPT................25% DISCOUNT CUTTIERY DEPT................. 2S% DISCOUNT BONE CHINA TEAWARE 25% DISCOUNT SEMI-PORCELAIN DINNERWARE 25% OFF PAINT DEPT. KEM GLO, SUPER KEM-TONE............ 25% OFF DISCONTINUED LINES AND COLORS..... 50% OFF TOOL DEPT..................... 70% DISCOUNT POWER TOOLS..................10% DISCOUNT TOYS...........................25% DISCOUNT CLEARANCE LINES OF TOYS 50% OFF TOBOGGANS 25% OFF FURNITURE DEPT. CHESTERFIELD SUITES, KITCHEN SUITES AT SPECIAL PRICES FOOTSTOOLS 25% DISCOUNT FABLE LAMPS 25% DISCOUNT POLE LAMPS.................. DISCOUNT RUGS 10% DISCOUNT LIGHT FIXTURES 10% DISCOUNT rV TABLES 10% DISCOUNT APPLIANCE DEPT. REFRIGERATORS, FREEZERS SAVE ON EVERY APPLIANCE IN STOCK ADMIRAL TVs at CLEARANCE PRICES 25" COLOR TV Reg. 981.00. SPECIAL......499.00 12" BLACK AND WHITE TV...... 119.95 19" BLACK AND WHITE TV 139.9S WESTINGHOUSE AUTOMATIC WASHERS and DRYERS AT SPECIAL PRICES HOOVER WASHER 119.95 CLOTHING DEPT......... 10% OFF ENTIRE STOCK SPECIAL COUNTER OF LADIES'. MEN'S and CHILDREN'S SNOW BOOTS JS% OFF MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS 10% to 25% OFF LADIES' and CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS and SHOES 10% OFF LUGGAGE................. 10% OFF We wish to extend thanki to our many friends pnd customers for their kind patronage over the past 22 years. CAMPBELL HARDWARE- PICTURE BUTTE PHONE This July, there wia a recori movement of grain through the Churchill port, said Mr Vogel. He said there would be no ex- pansion because the port bad not reached capacity use yet He stopped all further com- ment with the statement, why spend money for a port that is In use only 12 weeks when you can spend money on a por elsewhere that Is used for 12 months. He said the way to increase the use of the Churchill port is to move more clean grain from inland terminals. For the 1971-72 crop year, Mr. Vogel predicted a barley quota of 25 to 3D bushels per acre. HesaM with the new grading system'for wheat proposed, a definite figure for that commo- dity was "hard to say" but he indicated a reasonable guess at this time of nine to 10 bushels per acre. The quota Is the number of bushels of grain a fanner can haul to market for the number of acres that farmer has plant- ed of that crop. Mr. Vogel told 650 people the reason for limiting the shipment of boxcars to Vancouver was lack of handling facilities. Ha told one women the limit wa> can for a five-day week. Raflwir companies ind ele- vator companies say they can handle much more, but the coaet terminals say they can handle a maximum of WO cars in one The wheat board set the limit at TOO cars a day. He told the group that science bun't kept up with policy changes for-the switch to the proton grading system. He MM there is not an ade- quate protein grading machine available for accurate and quick recordings. He indicated a new machine s being tested In several coun- try elevator points. Developers Mr. Vogel said he could not foresee a price benefit immedi- ately for high protein grain, but rather the farmer producing the better quality grain would like- ly get a quota advantage. This would allow Urn to haul more grain to market. Dog licenses available Dog licenses are now avail- able at the Lethbridge police station. Police Inspector Max Coup- land said, the dog licenses should have been available Jan. 1, but a fire at the printing fac- tory In Vancouver delayed their delivery. The licensing fee for male and spayed female dogs is and a fee of will be re- quired for an unspayed female dog. Inspector Coupland said a veterinarian's certificate is re- quired to license a spayed fe- male dog. The dog licenses will be avail- able on a 24-hour-a-day basis from the complaint desk con- stable. Hitchhiker fined Terry John Oler, 19, of Letti- brklge was fined and as- sessed court costs when be was found guilty in Lethbridge magistrate's court of illegally attempting to hitchhike. Court was told two city police constables had witnessed attempting to solicit a must pay Commercial and multiple- dwelling developers will be re- quired to pay a greater share of Ire utilities servicing costs Or their buildings in the fu- ture. The committee of the whole all members of council) at a city council meeting unanimous- y approved t formula Monday which will allow the city to charge developers the full cost f servicing plus 15 per cent verhead for administrative City Manager Tom Nutting used Stafford Place, a high-rise apartment building on 5th Ave. and llth St. S., to illustrate the ifference in costs the policy change will make. Under the new formula, ser- vicing for the building would be and charged to the de- veloper. The cost under the old ystem charged to the develop- was ROW. The action is aimed partially t "defraying future capital ex- Mr. Nutting said. The resolution must now go o city council for final appro- al. Oler ride rom cars entering a driveway on. 13th St. N. Dec. 23. A city bylaw prohibits any lerson from attempting to ob- ain a ride from any drivers on roadways in the city. Judge L. W. Hudson ruled a driveway could be considered a roadway and that hitchhiking in a driveway was against the bylaw. Ministerial Association has plans The Lethbridge Ministerial Association will work during 972 to keep in tune with the piritual needs of the comimn- and at the same time try to void controversy, the associo- ion's new president Harold Cobb said Tuesday. Mr. Cobb, captain of the Sal- ation Army, replaced Rev. L. 3. Hankinson of St.. Andrew's Church as presi- dent of the association. Other officers elected for 1972 ere Rev. Harold Jost of the Evangelical Free Church, vice- president; and Larry Klrkpat- ick, director of the Intervarsl- Christian Fellowship, as sec- retary treasurer. Capt. Cobb said, "rd like to see (he association become oice in the community, but we on't want to be controversial." Controversy might jeopardize he association's chance to offer constructive opinion, he said. 'We simply want to try to be ttuned and make a contrlbu- on to the community on is- ues related to all of he said. "We want to try to be Levant." Capt. Cobb said he hadn't had une yet to organize a specific rogram of action for the as- sociation for the coming year. Condition satisfactory Antonia Tong, 20, remained in satisfactory condition this morning in St. Michael's Gen- eral Hospital following an acci- dent at the intersection of 13th St. and 10th Avc. S. early Mon- day morning. Miss Tong, an exchange stu- dent from Hong Kong, received chest injuries when she was struck by a car driven by Har- old Ellis, 515 8th Ave. S. Police report she was drag- ged more Uian 100 feet before the car stopped. Workshop on Jan. 28 The Lethbridge Ministerial Association will hold a work- up Jan. 28 lo determine ways o use the radio In churchwork. The session will be conducted by Ralph Milton, of Calgary, irector of the Prairie region of United Church broadcast- ing council, from 9 a.m. to 6 .m. at St. Andrews Presbyter- in church. It Is open to officials of the I member churches In the mlnsterial association. Bill Harms, minister at the apanese United Church In Lethbridge said the association has been asked by CJOC radio K would be interested In using he radio medium for religious xotdcastlng, end wanes to know more about what it in- votvtd. Distinctive PRINTING Just Leave The Printing To WORK SHEETS I FILE CARDS I CHEQUES I IEDOERS I INVOICES STATIONERY I ETC., ETC. All an Integral part of business. W h a te v a r your printing needs de- pend on us. The Lethbridge Herald Printing and Lithography Division Phone 327-3203 or 328-4411 AND LET US HELP YOUI HEARING AIDCLINIC THURS., FRI., and SAT. January 13, 14, 15 a.m. le 5 p.m. 302 10th St. S. St. Patrick Credit Union Bldg. LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-5442 Latest modern methods enable correction of heirlng regardless of your hearing loss and all prescription hearing Instruments are unconditionally guaranteed. With the purchase of a new eld you will ruelve year and batitri- Inttr. Farmers seek elimination to wheat board boundaries By RIC BWIHART SUft Writer Thirty members of major Ag- ricultural organizations .in the Prairie provinces have called for producer plebiscites to de- termine the market agency {or rye, flax and rapeseed. Delegates to the Western Ag- ricultural Conlerence in the Ho- tel Saskatchewan in Regina all voted confidence in the Cana- dian wheat board, and said it should be retained. The delegates, however voted decidedly not to support the government proposal to automa- tically include the three cub crops under the jurisdiction of the wheat board. Delegates are members of Al- berta's Unifann, the Saskatche- wan Federation of Agriculture and the Manitoba Farm Bu- reau. Bill Nicol of Kipp, southern Alberta representative on Uni- form, said in a telephone inter- view that there is presently no provision in the rules govern- ing the wheat board for plebis- cites. He atld it was the contention of the conference that the pleb- iscite wai necessary M the gov- ernment couldn't push such leg- islation on the farm coramuD- ite. The conference also ratified previous motions, Including: guaranteed initial for all grains; pricing p o o 1 a for all grains so one grain doesn't subsidize another commodity; losses Incurred in the pricing pools should be covered by the Canadian treasury. In a motion peculiar to Al- berta, Mr. Nicol said the con- ference called for the initial payment for course grains (bar- ley and oats) to be based on freight rates to Vancouver or Thunder Bay, whichever Is least. Now all grain shipped in Can- ada, whether to Vancouver or Thunder Bay, is charged freight as though it were being shipped to the Lakehead port. Mr. Nicol said if this notion was ratified by the Canada Fed- eration of Agriculture body at it's annual convention Feb. 7 to 9 In Edmonton, it would mean possible legislation which would give the farm community an advantage, espec i 111 y f or Alberta. Included In the program for today was discussion of i two- price system for grain, one price for domestic sale and an- other price for competition on the world market. Marketing grain on the Inter- national scene and Hie contro- versial stabilization bill for farms, whldi was filibustered out of the last sitting of parlia- ment, will also draw much of the discussion of the delegates. The group will also discuss unrestricted continental free trade. Appointment The Lethbridge regional of- fice of the department of edu- cation has increased its staff of consultants to seven, with the addition of Lucy Milne, a spe- cialist in business education. 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