Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
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Q7 Your Choice I PARAMETTES CHEWABLE VITAMINS Multi-flavoured children's Vita- mins with Iron and 4 ftft Vitamin C. 100's. Inch CriOv Fferamettes CORICIDIN 'D' TABLETS DIMETAPP EXTENTABS For cclds tjccomponying pains, OR LIQUID fever ond sinus con- 4 rovnd lhe clock of sin- gestion. 24'l. Each 111 I us congestion, cofds. 12 Tablets or 4 oz. Liquid. Q7 Your I tlfi It VITAWINt C PARAMETTES MULTIPLE VITAMINS Chooss from 125 Tablets or 20 oz. Syrup. QQ Your Cholci CiOO Prices in effort through March 10th. We reserve the mice MHBTIRKT STOKES J Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday Friday 9 a.m. !o 9 p.m. right lo limit quantities COLLEGE SHOPPING MALL 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR LOW PRICES YOU'VE GOT A REGULAR DEPARTMENT STORE Barrett postpones U.S. visit VICTORIA (CP) Premier Dave Barrett's visit to Wash- ington, D.C., to discuss the Trans-Alaska pipeline and the west coast oil tanker route has been put off until March 13, his office announced today. He was to have gone to Wash- ington oti Friday this week. The announcement also said that the talks will be with Rufus Smith, the U.S. state department's "No. 2 man" on Canadian af- fairs. The premier has said he won't be going to Washington just to oppose the pipeline and tank- er route, will have an alterna- tive proposal. He has refused to say what it is.. Position pa- pers are to be released the day of the meeting. Recycle theme inaccurate CALGARY (CP) The re- cycle theme being used by the Alberta environment depart- ment in promoting its container collection system is "inaccur- ate and says Don Dixon, director of project re- cycling. Mr. Dixon, who met recently with Environment Minister Bill Yurko and officials of the Al- berta Liquor Control Board, says most of the wine and liq- onr bottles being collected through a deposit-refund collec- tion system are being disposed of in landfill sites and are not being recycled. Mr. Dixon says project re- cycling has offered its Calgary warehouse and staff to assist the government to carry out its public commitment to recycle but so ar the offer has been rejected. Project Recycling, is a non- profit organization that has been recycling tin cans, paper, cloth and glass for more than a year with a staff of 32 and warehouse space of square feet. Mr. Dixon says the project has developed a system of pro- cessing glass and has secured markets capable of handling most of the glass now going into landfill sites. Drug link Two researchers at The Johns Hopkins Medical School In Baltimore Mrs. Pert and Dr. Solomon Snyder say they have found a definite link between drugs and brain cells. Wholesale gas price cut urged VICTORIA (CP) Gas sta- tion operators want a lower wholesale price for the gasoline they buy from the oil refiner- ies, an end to "gimmicks, give- aways and games" and laws prohibiting the oil companies from entering the service sta- tion business. Representatives of the Auto- motive Retailers Association presented a brief here to the caucus of the New Democratic I'arty calling for achievement of these policies. It said refineries charge dif- ferent prices U> service sta- tions, department store opera- tions, private brand.outlets and commercial and industrial buy- ers for "exactly the same gasoline." The brief said the price dif- ferential may be from three to 10 cents a gallon. "Our industry seeks no price protection or avantage, but it does look for a 'square deal.' Briefly, it is asking for an errual opportunity to compete in a free market. The opportunity is not equal .and the market is far from free." It also said service station owners have leases with the major companies which pre- vents them from getting gaso- line "from any other source Ujan "from their landlord "And. what is worse, they are prevented from buying au- tomotive tires, batteries, ac- cessories and other products that their customers want, ex- cept from suppliers designated and approved by Hie oil com- pany landlords." The brief suggested lease guidelines similar to those in effect in Alberta which give "a measure of relief to service station operators in that prov- ince." Games and giveaways spon- sored by the oil companies should end because they cost the station operator money, not the oil companies, and they add to the price of gas by at least a cent a gallon, it said. "Vertical integration" of the oil industry control by one company of the petroleum busi- from wellhead to gas tank should be controlled, it said. The association also asked for passage of a fuel oil licenc- ing act to control the companies in these areas, similar to Icg- j isktion existing in Alberta. FAMILY SPLASH BOOTS PWCID TO THAW OUT YOUR BUDGET! Special! Misses' Splash Boots There's no way can gel through because of the waterproof unit construction. 10" high pull on styling with low heel and anti-slip Black, White. 11-3 Full. [Not Shown) Women's Splash Bool! 10" to 14" high. 5-10 full iizes. pa Youths7 and Boys' Red Sole Rubber Boots Sturdy unit construction for the rough and tumble hove to take! Wa- terproof with anti slip soles. Full sizes only. Youths' 11-13, Boys' 1-6. Open Doily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. College Shopping Moll Thursday and Friday 2075 Mayor Magralii Drlvs 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m.