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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta CHRISTMAS HOCKEY SPECIAL CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS vi VANCOUVER CANUCKS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26IJ1 Return Air Faro, Accommodation, Admission Only For reservation! and information contact BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE Cenlr. Village Phone 328-3201 or 328-8184 "BUTTE TRAVEL S'.RVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" Election decision unlikely until 1971 Tom Turner, district supervi- sor of the Blood-Peigan Indian district, said this morning a federal government decision on Third death following accident third person has died fol- lowing a head-on collision Sat- urday on Highway 3, two miles east of Pincher Creek. Dead is Anna Maria Galeoti, 77 of Blairmore, the mother of Mrs. Nancy Amatto, 57, also of Blairmore, who died Saturday in hospital in Pincher Creek following the accident. The third victim of the acci- dent was Lqrelle Divelle Is- belle, 17, of High River, a pas- senger in the second vehicle. Mrs. Galeoti died in hospital in Pincher Creek Tuesday eve- ning. Following the car crash bat- urday, a truck piled into the wreckage. The driver of the truck was not injured. Coroner Dr. Murray Hodgson of Pincher Creek has ordered an inquest into the deaths but no date has been set. an appeal for invalidating the recent Blood Indian council elections will probably not be made until tire New Year. Two members of the Blood Chester Bruised Head and Maxwell Wadsworth, lodged an appeal under the In- dian Affairs Act because their names were omitted from the lists of council nominees. The election, held Nov. 19, featured 101 candidates for the 12 council positions. Mr. Turner said the minister of Indian affairs must contact all 101 candidates, within sev- en days, asking for their views on the appeal. The candidates must answer within 14 days. The minister, Jean Chretien, will then make a decision and offer his recommendation to the government. Mr. Turner suggested the outcome may not be known un- til late January or the first part of February. The appeal would not affect the election of the tribal coun- cil's chief, Jim Shot Both Sides. If the appeal is successful, the election for council will have to be held again. THANK YOU For attending our FIFTH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS SHOW And making it a success again this yearl The winners of DOOR PRIZES Thursday MRS. MARY WALKER Pincher Creek CRITCHFIELD 1509 Ave. S. Saturday C. W. TURNER 642 7th St. S. JUL avauis Shop Marquis Hotel Bldg. Phone 327-1515 Two hurt iii collision Two people were slightly in- jured and damage amounted to in an intersection col- lision on the comer of 4th Ave. and 15th St. N. Tuesday after- noon. The drivers of ttie vehicles, Albert E. Sullivan and Norman Gross, both of Lethbridge, were injured but did not require hos- pital treatment. CUFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 FOR SALE THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An International Daily Newspaper At The CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM Corner 12th St. 4 4lh Ave. S. Open 12 Noon to 2 p.m. Tuei., Thurl. ond Sal., except legal Holidays. PRE-CHRISTMAS FUR SALE Give The Gift of Elegance A Beautiful FUR Free Gift Wrapping All Gifts glad, ly exchanged after Christ- SAVE 10% ,.40% SILVER DOLLAR DRESS SALE Free Silver Dollar With Each Dress Purchased OUR CHRISTMAS GIFT TO YOU! Free Alterations If Necessary On Our SIZE DRESSES JUST ARRIVED NEW SHIPMENT OF FUN FURS NEW YORK FURS 604A 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-3276 "Service and Quality for Over 32 Years" The LctKbtulqe Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Wednesday, December 2, 1970 PAGES 13 TO 28 PLANNING A PARTY? SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITI (Special Prices on Bulk Ordon) ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Avc. S. Ph. 328-8161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 Council refers back to meeting Hey dad, how about this one? Robbie Spackmcin picks his Christmas tree Local group makes bid for meeting A meeting of tlie board com- mittee of the Travel and Con- vention Association o f South- ern Alberta was scheduled for noon today to discuss its bid to The conference will be held Dave the Alberta Tourist As- sociation conference held in Lethbridge. SAVE "o 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT irMUTB UFFLEPt i INSTALLATIONS 509 6th Avenue South Phons 328-8134 Feb. 19-21 and is expected to attract 150 to 200 delegates. vcloper to provide the 455 stalls needed under UK bylaw any- time within five years if coun- cil decided they were neces- sary. Council was told Holiday Inn does not feel this many will be A one hour meeting of city council Tuesday to consider a iroposcd hotel in the Shoppers' iVorld complex resulted in the application being referred to he Municipal Planning Com- mission. The application had already >een placed on the agenda for oday's meeting of the commis- uon. The developer is also to meet this week with the land sales committee to negotiate the sale or lease of a portion of 4th Ave. S and a part of the city reser- voir north of Shoppers' World, both needed for parking. There was some discussion by aldermen on the reasons for the oroject coming to council at .his time. Mayor Andy Anderson said the developer, Art Batty, had requested a meeting with coun- cil in order to present a re- vised plan, and that it was up to council to decide how it want- ed to handle the application. Lawyer Bill Davidson, speak- ing for Shoppers' World, told council it was his understand- ing the MFC had suggested the development be approved in principle by council before go- ing back to the MFC, which nad refused the original project plan last week. Discussion from that point up to the referral motion centred on the need for following prop- er procedure and the question of whether council should at- tempt to influence decisions of the MFC. Alderman Jim Anderson maintained council should not act on the matter at this point as this would prejudice the MFC's decision. Aid. Rex Little said aldermen should be given tlie opportunity, as elected representatives, lo suggest conditions that might be' attached to MPC approval of any project. The conditions referred to by Aid. Little were part of a re- vised parking scheme present- ed earlier in the meeting by the developer. One of the alternatives sug- gested to meet the city's park- ing requirements was the sign- COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 327-5454 ing of a covenant by (he de- needed as the peak periods for the shopping centre and hotel will not coincide, but they would be provided in a park- ade if necessary. The current plan provides for !H4 stalls, or 356 if a part of the existing complex is demol' tshed another alternative sug- gested by the developer. The covenant could be one of tr.3 conditions placed on the project approval by the MPC, or it could insist the full 45S stalls he provided right at the start. Regarding density standards, another concern at last week's MPC meeting, Mr. Davidson suggested the open space of the city reservoir north of the shop- ping centre be taken into ac- count when considering the size of the site. Mayor Anderson indicated a special council meeting could be held Monday to deal with anv land sales committee rec- Frigid days for south Bundle-up and plug in those block healers. The Lcthbridge weather of- fice issued a forecast this morning, assuring south Al- bcrtans of much below zero temperatures at least until Saturday. The unseasonally frigid weather is the result of an arc- tic high pressure system lying over thfj North West Tern- lum.. lories The circulation of air ommendaliohs regarding the around a high is counterclock-j sale of 4th Ave., provided the .1 application was approved by and cold air is being drawn down through Alberta. Heavy snowfalls are expect- ed later today, changing to in- termittent tomorrow. The mer- cury may struggle to a temperature of below zero today, and then plummet to about Jo below overnight Winds should be light. The high and overnight low temperatures Thursday should be 10 degrees below zero and 15 below respectively. Tuesday's high and low were eight above and 14 below. Lethbridge received only a trace of snow overnight. WOOSIMEATZELITUS SPECIALS GADGET BAGS from to FITTED COMPARTMENT CASES from to TRIPODS all makes, all types from lo 35 mm CAMERAS with case (that's not a mistake) SINGLE LENS REFLEX CAMERA with meter, F2 lens and case (thai isn't a mistake either) ENLARGERSfrom 16 mm right up to Al! makes including the complete line of Durst. Ranging from to THE ALL NEW BELl and HOWELL CASSETTE TAPE RECORDRS willi or without radio, from to INSTANT LOAD CAMERA GIFT KITS by Kodak, Ansco, Argu Zeiss, Bel! and Howell, Unimotic and Keystone. Complete with film, batteries and cubs from to See the complete line of the new KODAK X CAMERAS. without hnttnries, from to POLAROID CAMERAS from the Color Pak II at To the Automatic 360 at You gel a FREE case with every Polaroid FLASHCUBES 99c CHINOOK CHRISTMAS SPECIALS IDEAL CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR DAD! OFFICE DESK PEN SETS Regular Prices from 7.50 to 38.95. SPECIAL TO CLEAR LJ 10 VI1 SELECTION OF OFFICE CHAIRS 25% Discount TO CLEAR CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13th St. N. Phone 327-4591 degrees the MPC. Aid. Jim Anderson noted MPC decisions could be appealed by any citizen, which would entail a two -week delay to veloper, who indicated footings for the hotel were to be in place by January. Lodge meeting Friendship Lodge LA to tha UTU will hold its regular meet- ing tonight at 8 p.m. in the IOOF Hall. Members note there will be installation of officers, donations for the bazaar, and raffle tickets. PUBLIC CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND WON BANQUET FOR M. L. A, Mr. John C. Landeryou, PREMIER HARRY E. STROM WILL BE GUEST SPEAKER ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5th at 6 p.m. IN THE CAROLINA ROOM EL RANCHO MOTOR HOTEL TICKETS PER PERSON Available at: BOYiR'S LEISTER'S AND DOUG'J MARCEL'S CIGAR STORE Make CAMM'S Your I Christmas Shoe Store CLOUD SOFT ORIGINALS "Bertha" as illustrated in Tatter- sal Brown Calf and Black. Also other styles to choose from. SEE OUR STUNNING SELECTION OF GOLD and SILVER Pumps and Slings for the round of Festive Season Par- ties. Ask lo see our new styles by tSlaler and Golden Pheasant. new so lovely e them now! rr