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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta CHRISTMAS HOCKEY SPECIAL CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS vs VANCOUVER CANUCKS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26th Return Air Faro, Admission Only S88 Fnr reservations and information contact BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE Centre Village Phone 328-3201 or 328-8184 "BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" The Lcthbtidae Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Thursday, December 3, 1970 PAGES 15 TO 30 Treat Evcryono To Dcticioul Alberta Roast Beef-On-A-Bun Available Only at ERICKSEN'S Takc-Oul No. 2 1705 M.M, Drive S. Phono 328-7751 fr Snow routes to open The Cameron and Crandell Lake over-snow vehicle routes in Waterton Lakes National Park will be open to the pub- lic this weekend, T. L. Ross, park superintendent, has an- nounced. They could be closed without prior notice, he said, if a Chi- nook or other conditions should suddenly make this necessary in the interests of safety and the protection of the ground. Opening of the other au- thorized o v e r-snow vehicle route on the Chief Mountain highway will be announced once maintenance work, under way, has been co pleted. Users of over-snow vehicl must register at self-registr tion facilities which have be set up at the beginning of eai route. Registrations will used for statistics and by tl warden service in emerge situations. A pack-in-pack-out policy in effect in the park and vis tors are requested to pack o all garbage. THE 50th OUCH! Bill Falconer, left, and Gordon Orser, take the worst first as they have their fingers pricked for a blood test during the current Red Cross blood donor clinic in Lethbridge. Each received a 50-donation scroll at the clinic. There were 16 persons presented with 35-donation awards. The clinic continues in the Civic Sports Centre tonight from 6-9 and Thursday, a.m. and 6-9 p.m. MFC okays crematorium A crematorium in Mountain View cemetery was approvec by the Municipal Planning Commission Wednesday, de- spite objections by residents of the adjoining area. In a presentation to the com- .mission the applicant Geralc Martin, said he felt objections were largely psychological. There would be no unpleasant odors or gases from the opera- tion and very little smoke, he said. Pollution control equip- ment will be installed and any emission of smoke will fall within provincial department of health standards, he said. George Davies, representing ICO residents just east of the cemetery, said all those who had signed the petition he pre- sented strongly development. opposed the OVERSEAS ORDERS Our Specialty! ache's FLOWER SHOP 322 6th Street South Phone 327-5747 There was no guarantee, said, that the amount of smo would be controlled and if t Apartment applications Two applications for apart ment blocks were dealt with b :he Municipal Planning Coi mission Wednesday. One for a 46-suite apartme at 2201 32 St. S. was table lending a review of the over-a )lan for development of tl area by all parties owning Ian on the four lots east of tl College Shopping Mall. One of the concerns was tha an agreement be worked ou provision of pubh reserve for park area. An application by Fiorin Homes Ltd. to build a six-suit apartment at 2711 Scenic Driv was approved on the conditio it be reduced to four suites. Sewer work Servicing of one new subdi vision in North Lelhbridge con tinues despite the cold weather City crews started this week on installing the sanitary sew 2r in a one-block section Ventura Crescent. Storm sewers and water mains will be installed later. CHRISTMAS SAVINGS WITH KODAK INSTAMATIC OUTFITS 22.95 32.95 34.95 24.95 49.95 57.95 USE OUR HANDY LAY-AWAY PLAN NOWI McCREADY-BAINES PHARMACY LTD. 614 3RD AVE. S., IETHIRIDGE CALL 327-35J5 FOR FREI HOME DELIVERY Model 124 Outfit with Black Case. Our Regular Price 29.45. SPECIAL Model 134 Outfit with Black Caie. Our Regular Price 3y.45. SPECIAL Model 174 Outfit with Black Case. Our Regular Price 41.90. SPECIAL Model X15 Outfit with Black Case. Our Regular Price 30.90. SPECIAL Model 314 Outfit with Colored Cate. Our Regular Price 59.70. SPECIAL Model X35 Outfit with Colored Case. Our Regular Price 67.90. SPECIAL project went ahead and the smoke were found to be exces- sive, citizens of the area would have no recourse at that time. He also objected to putting a commercial establishment in the cemetery, which ha felt should be considered a residen- tial area. The crematorium would also tend to devaluate nearby property, he said. The proposed bmlding, Leth- bridge's first crematorium, would be located at the south edge of the cemetery west of Scenic Drive and just north of 16th Ave. S. Similar operations have been successful in Edmonton and Calgary. The decision by the MPC may be taken to the Develop- ment Appeal Board. Ice box over south won't budge The cold spell shows no sign of letting up. The arctic high pressur area situated in the North West Territories refused to b ousted by two conflicting lows one on the west coast and th other over Washington. As lonj as Hie cold system stays where it is, the frigid temperature will remain. Daytime temperatures toda- at Lethbridge should be near l degrees below zero, dropping tc about 15 below overnight. The low temperature overnigh Wednesday was 16 below. Tomorrow will see only slight change in the scene, as light snow and cloudy periods are forecast. Winds will be from the north High and low should be zero and 10 below respectively. at 15 m.p.h temperatures Appeal short by The Lethbridge United Appeal remains short of its objective more than one month after its official cut- rff date of Oct. 31. A new deadline of Nov. ias also passed. Bob Lang, pub- icity director, said no decision ad been made on a definite cutoff date. The Lelhbridge objective was increased from in 1969 nd Mr. Lang said appeal offi- cials would be pleased if the evel could reach last year's arget. To hit this, the UA requires bout more in donations Czech group to perform in January Tickets go on sale Saturday at Leister's Music Store for Theatre of the Balustrade of Prague, an internationally ac- claimed Czech mime group which will appear Jan. 21 at trie Yatos Memorial Centre The company of ballet danc- ers, acrobats and mimes stars Ladislav Fialka whose mime performances have been com- pared to those of silent-screen great, Charlie Chaplin. The group is on its first Ca- nadian tour following appear- ances in London, Paris, Vienna and Rome and other cities in a total of 35 countries. Theatre of the Balustrade of Prague, whose performance in Lethbridge will be sponsorec by the Allied Arts Council, is named for an historical resi- dence of Czech theatre groups dating back to the 16th century. A company was rebult in the mid-1950s and has since be- come one of the top-ranking mimetic groups in the world. RELIGION MEETS ROCK MUSIC The Jalal, a five- man rock group which espouses the Baha'i faith, will give performances tonight at Catholic Central High School and Friday night at the Lethbridge Community College. Both shows start at 8, are free and are being sponsored by the student Baha'i association at the University of Lethbridge. Jalal's members, comprising four musicians and a master of ceremonies, have extensive backgrounds in rock-folk-pop music and combine their art with pub- licizing the Baha'i concepts of world unity and peace. Based in Saskatoon, they are currently on a tour of Northern and western Canada. College reports successful year in continuing education program T h c Lethbridge Commun ty College school of continuin education has had a successfi 'ear and is looking forward t an even more challenging yea n 1971, the LCC board of gov ernors was told Wednesday. Dale Heyland, acting direc or of the school, said he was >articularly enthusiastic abou h e summer programs th ichbol offers. Last summer three Bourses were developed; fielc colegy, outdoor recreation (i 6-day camping trip) am aorsemanship. Mr. Heyland said the fieli cology and outdoor recreation -curses drew students fron- iiroughout Alberta and also a umber from the east, includ ng a family of four from Chi ago (who have written to sa. hey plan to take the course gain this summer) and twi ludents from Montreal. He said the easterners knew bout the programs due to an dvertising campaign in east rn papers. Special guests at the meeting ere Dr. Henry Kolesar, chair- lan of the Alberta colleges ommission and Joe Batty, col- ges commission controller, he two are on a regular tour 1 the province's colleges. Dr. Kolesar, asked by board mirman Jerome Robbins for imment, said he was pleased hear the programs had been iccessful. "One of our commission con- rns when we deal with re- lests for new courses is al- ays how much interest will be own in them, and we're hap- to see a high degree of par- ipation." He said the college continu- education courses in gen- al will be studied "with in- rest" by the newly-appointed partment of education co-or- nator of adult education, chard Brian. Mr. Heyland also discussec the success of his school's In dian counsellor aide program offered for the past two sum mers. Mr. Heyland said the college and federal government de partment of Indian affairs ari likely to join forces in expand ing the program to a full year next the department's request. He said the college has senl a formal proposal to Ottawa and is now awaiting approval If it is approved, all financial support for Indian students in il would come from the depart- ment of Indian affairs. College President Dr. C. D. Stewart observed that there Park brief presentation 011 Friday A brief is to be presented to he federal government tomor- Waterton Park Chamfer of Commerce and row by the of Dark leaseholders. The brief will outline their riews on future park policy re- garding the termination of eases and disposition of im- irovements on the leaseholds t the time of termination. Discussion of the points i the brief is to be held with J. Buchanan, MP for London Vest, who is with the depart- lent of Indian affairs and orthem development. were no worries regarding the Indian affairs office's willing- ness to pay the money it agreed to pay. "It's quite a lot different than our dealings with Canada Manpower, where we don't know if we'll be paid now or three years from now or how much we'll be paid Dr. Stewart said. Manpower buys seats for a given number of vocational stu- dents each year, and assigns them to people needing extra training to make them more employable but is habitually late in paying the contracted sum, and is two years in ar- rears in some of its LCC debts. The LCC school of continuing education is also offering sev- eral special programs on the Blood Indian Reserve, at Brocket and St. Mary's. A summer high school pro- gram last summer drew 163 stitdents, compared to only 32 [he summer before, and a fur- ther 86 students enrolled this fall. The school also offered 75 courses to the community in the business education and gen- eral interest areas, Mr. Hey- land said, most of which havo been quite successful. There is a possibility the school will offer several of its second year business adminis- tration courses as a package program, granting a special certificate on their completion for graduates to show to pros- pective employers. Successful general interest programs included hairstyling, cake and pastry decorating, rumpus room construction, agriculture and others. The welding program had one lady graduate its first woman en- rolled. A course for custodians was well-attended, and Mr. Heyland said several of its graduates lave returned for other pro- grams, having become ac- customed to the college atmo- sphere. A total of 80 courses with 439 students enrolled have been offered since July 1, including 61 courses and 834 students this all. iCLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. PHONE 327-2852 Seal drive has 61.7 per cent The Kinsmen TB Christmas I brought the total dona- eal fund for Lethbridge and strict has reached 61.7 per ;nt of its objective. At the 20th opening of returns lions to This compares with donated during the same period in 1969; in 1968 and in WATCHES THREE MAJOR LINES BULOVA IQNGiNES-WITTNAUER RODANIA Men'i Children's Including Ladiei' Diamond Watches A watch to please anyone at a price to suit any budget. THE COLLEGE MALI JEWELLERY LTD. PHONE 328-9736 Dine and Dance FRIDAY NIGHT MARV QUALLY'S SUNSET TRIO to p.m. NO COVER CHARGE Phone 328-7756 for Reservations For Private Parties Kentucky Fried Chicken Culi of Cold Meat Choice of: Polato Salad, Escalloped Potatoes, French Friej Salads Buffered Rolls Bread Pastries Enquire About Our Delivery1 Service Phone 328-7751 ven sen s TIRED OF GETTING STUCK AT THE CURB? ZIP IN AND OUT WITH EASE WITH KIRK'S FAMOUS OWN BRAND SNOWPLOW RETREADED SNOW TIRES Your Best Refreaded Tire Buy In Town completely guaran- teed they carry the same guarantee as brand new tires. Now available at Kirk's In all sixes at fantasticaly low, low prices! 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