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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta trry A. E. CROSS WHEK THUtSOAY IS "HOOKS" PHONE HONE 371-2104 FREE ESTIMATES You'll Never Know How Enjoyable A BIRTHDAY or ANNIVERSARY Can Be UNTIL YOU TRY US! Complimentary Cake "Lethbridge's Favorite Place to Meet" Arson Suspected Arson is suspected in a fire that broke out at Lethbridge Bottling and General News Co Ltd. early Sunday morning, a city police official said Tues- day. City police said the fire broke out in three different locations Stock was heavily damage for Beautiful Grffi MOTHER Cblrri KMmte ll'OC 97 QC Hair Setter of Swing Setter I and Cwtn ttaHiMrt Corn and boxed itantienery 39.95 10 29'95 Smilei 'N Giuckle! I 5 10 Perfvmet Sell by 1 AA Max Factor, Dorothy Gray, Rourloii I to Shop and Our Big ARP Commenting Wvdnnday, April. 39th. McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3rd Ave. S., CAlt H7-3JJ5 Km Ktl rWMI MUVRT (a badly needs the moisture that will be provided from the snow and with tbe average seeding period extending lo mid-May, coalitions could be ideal The Alberta Motor Associa (ion reports all roads to be mostly bare and in good driv ing condition, throughout the south, snowplow crews being aided by above-Creez ing temperatures. New Ride On Licences Motor vehicles drivers over "0 in Alberta are now required o renew driver's licences and undergo physical examination every two years (rather than every unless medical evidence ndicates otherwise. The new rule is contained in recent legislation under the vincial department of high- ways. Tests conducted by the wrtment indicated many se- lior drivers were repeating he tests every year unnecessarily, according to a news release from the department. APRIL SHOPPING CHECK UST INCOME GUIDE CANADIAN BUSINESS LAW GRIZZLY COUNTRY l.C. Din IOOK FONDUE COOK BOOK and KANCH WOKS BRIDAl CHAPEL Everything for Spring Bridel except the bridegroom HALF PRICE TABU Books and Gifts OFFICES ACCOUNT BOOKS COlUMNAJt CADS PENS IEGAI FORMS COPYMATE DRY COPIER THMSDAT NIGHT SHOTTING "K In Trti it. ShWf MoH PHONE 328-2301 The new legislation also pri vides that a licence may be is- iued to persons 65 and over for a period of fewer ttian Jive and suggestions to date in- licate the future operations of Time will be jeopardized. Time Air officials say that if t is not feasible for a 48 seat I'isccunt to make a profit on the route (Air there can be DO justification whatso- ever to substitute such service with a 50 seat Convair and 117 seat Boeing 737 Mr. Ross also indicated that should Time Air be forced to eave Lethbridge, the cities of Red Deer and Medicine Hat would be left without any scheduled air service. Mr. Ross said the present schedule of Time Air provides for six flights daily in and out of Lsthbridge. Three precede and three follow Air Canada services out cf CaUjary. Mr. Ross says Time Air will increase the frequency of flights as required to comple- ment Air Canada. If the application by PWA is denied and the application by Air Canada is approved, Time Air would propose to acquire one 15 to 20 passenger turbo- prop aircraft and schedule it twice daily between Calgary and Lethhridge. This new plane wouM provide service in addiiion lo the pres- ent schedule by Time Air. Formally joining the Leth- iridge Medkme Hat City School Authorities Association nd approval of the divided school year dates for 1970-71 tead tonight's Lelhbridgi pub- lic school board agenda. The meeting is open (o the mblic and starts at p.m. n tbe board's offices at 433 I5lh St. S. Tbe Lethbridge-Sfedicine Hat association will include the wblic and separate school wards of both cities as an em- foyers' association under erms of the new Alberta school and labor acts. It will wort primarily as a collective bargaining agency and a co-operative schools as- sociation. School will end June 10 this year for most students, liiel' reopening Aug. 24 for teachers and Aug. 23 for students. As with last year, the fall semes ter will likely have days 30 minutes longer and school holi lays for Labor Day, Thanks- [iving and Remembrance Day. would end Dec.. 23. The spring semester would start Jan. 6, with several hob- days and an Easter vacation, ending June 4. Other" agenda items Include the district's submission to the Vorth Commission on Educa- ional Planning, teacher salary negotiations, renovation re- quests and an educational tele- vision report. tETH BRIDGE REFRIGERATION LTD. HEFHIGHAT1ON ond AH CONDITIONING SERVICE Phone 321-4333 FOR YOUR FURS INSURED PUR STORAGE [NEW YORK FURS 3rd Ave. t. Phono 327-3276 You and" your family ore non-drinkers, Ab- stainers' Insurance Com- pany can probably offer you dwelling at lower rates than you are now paying. How are we able to do this? Abstainers' believe that non-drinkers are gen- erally more responsible people and are les! likely to have fires through carelessness the main cause of fires. Therefore, we ear in- sure non-drinkers at a preferred rait. Thil means money with no reduction in in- surance protection. Why not compare Abstainers' premiums with your present rates now? HUNT INSURANCE AGENCIES UD. 1201 3rd Sairtfi 331-7777 Representing ABSTAINERS' W w COMPANY I 327-2011 PREFINISHED MAHOGANY PLYWOOD Vw Grooved for Nailing 16" No Further Finish Necessary 3 Shades To Choose From Thrt Wallboord Suitable for lining Any Room SPECIAL WHILE STOCK LASTS................ W SHEET ADVANCE LUMEBR CO. LTD. "YOUR FIONEEH IUMBER CEAIER SINCE 1925" Cerrwr 2rnf 11th St. S. rtiorM ;