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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SKI VACATIONS Inquire Ski Holidays available Banff Laurentians Colorado ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL Phono 328-3201 The LcthkUlcie Herald SECOND SECTION Leihbridgc, Alberta, Monday, December 13, 1971 PAGES 9 TO 20 ERICKSEN'S PASTRY SHOP 3rd Avc., M.M. Dilva S. Phone 328-8161 "The Pioneer and Leading Retail Shop in leihbridgc" FINEST QUALITY PASTRY AND BAKERY PRODUCTS Rotary tOlll frill The 25th annual Rotary Carol festival featuring 11 city choirs will bu hold al the South- minister Church at Kill '1th Avc. S., tonight at 8 o'clock. The song tost is acclaimed as one cf the commumh Ls live highlights Organizers say tl it audience singing participalioi is imiicd but request that there be no ap- plause between carolr Donations will go to the church chnirs invohcd Rose, dis- tinguished Canadian mezzo- soprano, is one of three solo- ists in the Rotary Singers concert in (he Yatcs Audi- torium at Wednesday. The others arc Judy Brittncr and Linda Johnson, young Lclliuridge sopranos. The directed liy Bruce G. Barrow, will sing IS special- ly arranged -Christ m as carols. Proceeds from the concert will go for Kolary Chih community service work. CENTRALLY LOCATED About two-thirds of Canadian L-ement comes from Ontario and Quebec where 13 of the 2-1 ce- ment plants in Canada are lo- oted. STRETCH STITCHES BAfflV W ElNA FAll! treated Strttcn ore getting field) SUPtRMATIC can da morfl lhan com- p.lllon' 1971 modeU. cArr ELNA SUPEI1- rAli: MATIC fl ruled Itie molt sBwInD machine. DON'T BUY UNTIL YOU THY Far dimonitratlon contact SEWING CENTRE 5th Strut South 33T-M77 or Council to discuss public library site City council will meet in closed session tonight to dis- co, s d number of items includ- ing a proposed site for the new library. An open meeting to complete last week's agenda will precede the closed session Beginning at council will look at a suggested ap- proach lo land development in Lethbridge. The plan is incorporated in a report presented to council at a closed meeting Nov. 24. A three-phase development is ufgcsted, with the first phase to begin as soon as negotia- tions have been completed for the sale "i land by the city to a private builder-developer. Preliminary n c g o t i a tions h been under way in recent months between the city and a number of developers. The city has been proceeding cautiously on the development to assure that any a.greement made holds the developer to certain conditions, such as lin> RCMP transfer bodies from helicopters. No cause established in No cause has been establish- ed for the plane crash Friday south of Del Bonita which took the lives of four Altaians. Department of Transport of- MFC helps railroaders The Municipal Planning Com- mission has approved an appli- cation jy the Southern Alberta Model Railroad Club to convert the existing buildings at 1420 loth Ave. A S. for use by the club. Plans call for additional con- struction lo join the public washroom and tool shed in Gy- ro Park. Cost of construction will be paid by the club, which will lease the land from the city for per year. The only condition the MFC put on the development was Uiat the exterior finish of tho new portion the same as the existing buildings. ficials have been investigating the crash, but one says "it could be weeks" before a final report is issued. The bodies of the four men killed early Friday morning were positively identified at an autopsy Sunday. Dead are the pilot, Franl: Chapman; the CO pilot, Jim Russell, both of Calgary and passengers Jim Avon and Ed I Skater of Edmonton. The frozen bodies were re- WE HAVE MOVED ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC 222- -5lh SI. S. SCHWARTZ BLDG. 328-4095 HUMIDIFIERS AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Chartton Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 323-3388 WHEN OLD IS REALLY YOUNG How many times hove you henrd it said of an older person lhat they do not look or act as old ns they rcnlly are? These are usually peoplu who have maintained ci zesl for life and are de- termined lo enjoy h to tlio fullest extent thai they cnn. 1) is niwnys stimulating to he with people thnt ocl this way. people ore also usually very conscious or their health and believe in taking good care of themselves physically as well as menially. They Ho not ignore any recurring symptoms. They sec thoir doctors regularly and faithfully follow tlio advice ihey arc given. CAPSULES OF WISDOM BY ROD and GEORGE. What is so important about a prescription? We feel that it is a contact between your doctor nnci you no If lo Iry to restore you to qood lioalth. When yr-u entrust us with the responsibility to supply tho medication we respect your faith in our ability to fill i! properly. On the lighter side did you hear about the Mother Superior who wai overweight? She was eating nun fattening foods. PRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEY Main Medical Dennis B. Enns, of Coaldale and Robert J. Blair, of Picture Buttc collided at the intcrsec lion of 2nd Ave. and ISth St. N. The Enns vehicle spun out ol control following the accident and collided with a third car driven by Bcvcrley Joan Ba bick, St. S. .Superficial injuries were sus taincd by Jeffrey Blair, 11, and Wyatt Blair, 8, in the Blair ve hide and by Gary Tcsbima, o Coaldale, in the Enns vehicle Damages totalled Then al p.m., police were called to an accident it the block of 12th Ave. S Police said a vehicle driven by George Ilennesy, 2102 24th St., Coaldale, spun out of con trol and collided with cars driven by David Ralph Lee, o Foremost, and Frank Plaustei ner. 1403 13th Aye. S. There were no injuries, am damages totalled LIQUOR DELIVERY SERVICE 328-6177 VENDOR HOURS ONLY its on the price of land. If council agrees, (be city will scl- the land for the initial phase for a minimum of 000 per acre, with subdivisions set at 75 to 100 acres. The library site question was raised at the meeting last week and tabled until tonight A proposal was submitted by City Manager Tom Nutting that a portion of the Central School property be designated as the site for the library. BISSETT ELECTRIC (1971) 226 12th St. A NORTH PHONE 327-7508 Now under the new ownership of fJA. LEON J. CZAJKOWSKI Authorized Dealer and Service Centre for PRESTOLITE-LELAND ELECTRIC MOTORS AC and DC STOCKING STUFFERS Minaturo flashlight, ideal for children, Durable aluminum case, plastic lens and cap. SPECIAL COMPLETE WITH BATTERY AVAILABLE AT LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. 715 4lh Ave. S. Ph. 328-4080, 327-2272 SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES REGULAR EVENING AUCTION AT THE AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd AVE. N. Tuesday, Dec. 14-7 p.m. sharp TERMS CASH NO RESERVES lovrly old walnut buflcl; drapes; lovely new gold Iwd- sprcad; automatic dishwasher; iron rile; selection of tele- vision sets; gns stoves; Christmas tree stands; records; toys; dolls; saws; tools; rugs; T x V tent, bird cage and stand, roll of barb wire; table lamps, carpet shampooer; dishes; pots ond pans; book cases; arborite; 6 and 12 volt battery charoer; chairs; boat; stools; windows; brown chesterfield and chair; meat saw; wringer washei; 2 fridges; camel backed trunk; school desk; 2 burner gos stoves; gas heators; jucjs; radios; skates; set of bor bells; ironing boards; violin; case and bow; baby crib; grease guns; oil pump and barrel; new door; gas model planes. Many Mora Items Too Numerous To Mention SPANISH IMPORTS FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT AUCTION BARN Phono 327-1222 2508 2nd Avo. N. AUCTIONEERS GORDON SHERWOOD BILL HOPE No. 846 No. 845 There is seme urgency in es- tablishing a location in the near future to allow the archi- lects to proceed with plans for the building. The library board mil attend the meeting' tonight to confer with council on the matter. Also on the agenda for the closed meeting is an engineer- ing department proposal con- cerning parking in the down- town area Wednesday after- noons. Post office plans services Christmas rush postal opera- tions are swinging into full gear in Lethbrio'ge. About 140 additional staff have been hired by the post of- fice to compliment its regular j staff of 85 Postmaster A. D. Lewis said this morning that prior to the past weekend the mail was flowing slower than expected. However the amount of in- coming and outgoing mail pick- ed up heavily over the week- end, he said Most of the part time em- ployees hired to cope with the expected deluge of h o Hday mail are housewives who want to supplement the family in- come. However, many single per- sons and students were also lured. The post office will be work- ing around the clock in three shifts from now' until Christ- mas eve. Mr. Lewis says the bulk of the extra help will be laid off Dec. 24. Although many of those hired had previous Christmas post office experience, every- one hired had regisiered with the Leihbridgc Canada Man- power Centre. With less than two weeks to go until Christinas and an ex- pected frantic rush lo get cards, letters and parcels mail- ed to friends and relatives, Uie post office is operating special services. On Saturday, Dec. 18, full letter carrier sen-ice will be extended while the main post office keeps its wicket service in operation from 8 a.m. to p.m. There will be no postal ser- vice of any kind on Christmas Day or Monday, Dec. 27. On Dec. 28 no letter carrier sen-ice will be offered, but full wicket service will be main- tained. No postal sendees will be of- fered Jan. 1 to 3. CUFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BIDG. PHONE 327-2822 CURLING BEGINS NOBLEKORD Opening bonspicl overall win- ner was Can-it Warmink and his rink of Bill Parker. Ronald Fix and Chris DeJong. They defeated the Paul Goldade rink in the final. The winner of the second event was .Tack Plomp. DEALER REQUIRED Fontaslic opportunity -to be- come on area dealer for, FibregSass Homes of Canada Ltd., offering a superior mod- ular housing concept at a sur- prising low price. Market oc- cepfancc already established. Dealers should be acquainted with construction in order to perform the on site assembly, which is easily completed. Principals only need enquire. Write to 10013 101A Ave., Edmonton, Alberta. Supply business address, ex- perience, phone number and bank reference. QUESTION HOW DO YOU TRADE TIRE PROBLEMS FOR TIRE SECURITY AND SAFETY? ANSWER SUPER RADIALS FROM YOKOHAMA TIRE Here's Why: A SIX PLY SIDEWALL AND A NINE PLY TREAD MILE GUARANTEE TIRE MART LTD. 19022nd Avenue S. Phone 327-3580 "WE KNOWINGLY UNDERSELL" ;