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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THf UTHBWDGE HIKMD March 30days grace on licence plates While midnight Wednesday i Millard said after which is the official expiry date for j they are liable to a vonm 1970 licence plates in tanpayment motorists have one more a motorist driving month in to buy and in1 a vehicle without current t aftap Ami Ifl invnivpfl stall new plates without pen according to Mil manager of the Leth bridge moffivehicles Motorists have until April 30 to put on their 1970 Religious jlayers lere Friday A religious musical drama ititled I Wonder will be laged in the Augustines arish hall Friday at 8 Presented by the Agape layers of the rama portrays situations in a class room with a pro essor and a number of stu ents who do not believe in The Agape Players is an interdenominational troupe of 5 collegeage young heir performance is accom ianied by a guitar md BRIDGE REPAIRED Repairs to the bridge on Highway 3 over the Oldman River west of Lethbridge were com pleted Ted city engineering director said this morning only the painting of the new section re mains to be The repairs cost slightly over The bridge was damaged late last fall when a truck in volved in an accident ran into the Zone drama in Coaldale The Southern Alberta zone high school drama festival will be held in Baker School in CoaWale Friday at 100 Copies plus tax Three plays are a from Kate Andrews Hig School in The even had been planned for the Yate Memorial Centre in Lethbndg but the location was changec when all the plays enterec wore from Adjudicator will be Alic Polley from Th winning play will go on to th Alberta finals in Red Dee May 1 and The three oneact plays ar The Still Great Smota and The Man in the Bowie Instant Print MODERN TOBOGGAN The moderan toboggan Third S lefnbridge i developed in Canada about 188 Held Over by Popular Demand plates after April 30 involved ui an accident of fails to pay his is subject to a court In court he may be fined up to jailed up to 30 or on conviction of first offence and for all subsequent offences may be lined up to 5500 and jailed for six In a car with ex pired plates parked on a pub lic street after the deadline is liable to be towed and the owner to pay both the towing charges and a tidt Sales of new licence plates in Lethbridge so far this year continue to lag behind last vears totals by more than XX Up to sales of all classes of p 1 a t e s totalled compared with at he same date in Millard said he had no explanation of why the sales of plates is down so significant ly locally unless it could be blamd on the general state of the lioir plans Messiah numbers Southminster Senior Choir vill be presenting part 2 Pas ion and part 3 Easter of Handels Pate April at 3 Soloists will be soprano Catte contralto Mary tenor Walter Goerzen and bass Peter Hunt Director of music for the production is Wilfred Wool Bull sale this week in Pavilion The annual uing purebred bull sale will be held Thursday and Friday in the Lethbridge Exhibition There are 301 bulls entered the including 112 Here fords and 89 Aberdeen Showtime for the Herefords s to be at 7 Wednesday with the sale begin Thursday at 9 Show tune for the Angus will be at Friday with the sale lated to start at 1 PC meeting Wednesday The federal Progressive Con tcrvative Assccia t i o n has i scheduled a public meeting for Everyone is welcome to at tend the which will be held in the Park Plaza Hotel at i fi CRASS FIRE Lethbridge fire depaitnienr to o grow near the east end of the CPR luve bndqe cl 2 p Apparently o ruilwuy wcik crew had been clearing the ueo near lit Avc when she tire went ou uf control dup to prevailing FOR DAILY INSPIRATION DialAThought 3274581 Holiday Inn plans again before MFC Cadet news Navy league Wrenette Corps 26 will parade this eve ning aboard the 10th and 17th at New recruits are Business note Leo Heinbold of Calgary has been appointed sales represen tative for Canadian Technical Tape and will be respon sible for sales and service in southern Wednesdays meeting of the Municipal Planning Commis sion will have before it a some what revised plan for the Holi day Inn to be built in Shop ers The MFC last week decided the new plan was sufficiently different from the which has been that a new application would have to be Developer Art Batty told The Herald that the plan meets the requirements for parking facil ities and that if the structure is enlarged in the future the park ing space will be Adequate parking has been one of the commissions con cerns and some members last week reiterated the MFCs posi tion that parking space be pro vided for all developments along Mayor Magrath Because of the changes in the parking requirements have dropped to 386 from The new plan eliminates the top too including a sky lounge on the top bring ing the total height to JO An eight storey tower will be built on a twostorey A convention which was to be located above the Glendale has been moved o the main Some of the commercial space on the sec ond floor has been eliminated and the swimming pool has een moved so that it can either an indoor or outdoor using glass Also on the MPC agenda Is an application from Mount Royal Estates for a com lination apartment office complex at 233 13th Pentacostal Church plans sodturning Federal Progressive Conservative Association PUBLIC MEETING MARCH 31 Park Plaza Motor Hotel EVERYONE WELCOME On April a sod turning ceremony will take place at Lethbridge Pentecostal Taber A extension to the existing building at 520 7th has been planned for some and the ceremony will be attained by Premier Harry Mayor Andy Carman members of the Lethbridge Ministerial Association and the incumbent pastor Rev The Lethbridge Pentecostal Assembly has a long history in Lethbndge beginning before through the efforts and interests of one of its earliest Chaiies M In 1919 McAlister came to pastor the followed by his father In 1920 the noted evangelist evenings an open air service was held where the National Store now Attendance at these meetings was so great police officers warned that they could only allow a certain number on the streets and in the area as they were imped ing During those early many outstanding conversions took Among them were some of the infamous Picarello These men operated one of the worst bootlegging or ganizations in western operating a fleet of 21 running contraband liquor from Lethbndge down to Col Rev C Scratch followed Saunders in 1926 and re mained until 1928 In 1929 Nelson assumed the pastor ate and it was in that year k RHEA RECORDING STAR RUSS MARSH and nni A11C 3 A r I APPEARING TONIGHT AT THE Aimee Semple McPherson was that he launched the radio broadcast The Sunshine Evangel This has be come one of the longest con tinual broadcasts in It has rim for 42 the broadcast now being given Sunday evenings instead of the morning The following have pastored the church in the years that i cessary to a larger have followed In the old Prcsbytouan which after the move A of this denomination to larger J and quarters had served for a time i W as a was purchased j It was during the ministry of the congregation worshipped for a time until the present building a s erected on the site to hold a campaign in1 Lethbridge and the invitation was accepted In order to ar commedate the crowds which attended from as far awav as 1 Prince and the curling nnk was rented for j the Tills effort spurred local at tendance on and made it Ceoke that the present church was The lower part of the building was commenced under Bom j and the educational unit 735 13th MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS In 1523 ROT J Saunders during Hazletts came to intending j The sod turning ceremony to only for the ill plore 3 oclock but was M intiigucd null April 4 and the public is cor remained for four jeais invited to attend the ev On Saturday and Sunday I Think a bit about Think a bit about And ;