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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD December 1873 Young motorist charged with criminal negligence CALGARY Donald William 19. of no fixed appeared in provincial court Friday charg- ed with causing the death of three people by criminal negligence Carol 18. Michael Joseph and Louise Margaret all of were killed last Monday when struck by a car which went out of control. crossed a sidewalk and crash- ed into a bank building in southeast Calgary Mellstrom appeared in court on crutches He was remanded in custody without plea to next Wednesday. A fourth person struck by the car. Sharon Mane 20. of was reported in improving condition in hospital ANNOUNCING Towne House Men's Hairstyling 710A-3rd Ave. S. directly across from the new Safeway Store WILL NOW BE pPEN Thursday and Fridays until p.m. iPARKPLlZA Presents lor your Dining and Dancing Pleasure Make Your Reservation Now For New Year's Eve Dine Dance with WEEK-END No. 1 Plaza Style Fried Chicken No. 2 Surf Turf For One 3 pcs Spring Chicken .85 6oz marinated TopSirtoin 6oz Cuban Lobster Tail .75 SPECIAL INCLUDES SALAD CHOICE OF POTATO AND BABY CARROTS PLEASE MAIL THIS COUPON fmmmmmmmmmmmmmg KINstakes IV. P.O. BOX 1973 ALBERTA Please send me the following number of n 1 ticket Q 2 tickets Q 4 tickets D 10 tickets NAME ADDRESS PH OR THIS ONE KINstakes IV. P.O. BOX 1973 ALBERTA Please send me the following number of D 1 ticket D 2 tickets Q 4 tickets fJ 10 tickets NAME PH ADDRESS LH OR BOTH Support the Foundation for Cyttic Research in as well as local projects in Alberta Communities. from Kinsmen designated outlets FOR KINSMEN PROJECTS THROUGHOUT ALBERTA 1st PRIZE 2nd PRIZE 3rd PRIZE Albertans have won MCh 10 more Early Bird December 20. 1973 and January 1974 FINAL DRAW MARCH 1974 Conducted by Assoe. of Kinsmen Clubs Alberta BSS BI.J- Change suggested in provincial tax EDMONTON Future provincial taxation in Alberta could be based on a per-capita or individual approach rather than on property says a city of- ficial Tom economic af- said in an interview that in future years the province may use such tactors as average personal income and gross municipal product in calculating what municipal jurisdictions should be ex- pected to pay into any provin- cial program Mr Adams such changes probably would not occur before 1975. as an outcome of a ex- amination of assessment problems by the newly- established municipal finance council He said it is possible proper- ty taxes would continue as a means of collecting municipal and educational but new formulas would be used in calculating for ex- a municipality should have to pay into the provincial school foundation program. Mr. Adams made his remarks after Mayor Ivor Dent announced that Provin- cial Treasurer Gordon Mime- ly indicated the city would not have to levy any additional mills in 1974 to pay for Edmonton contributions to the foundation program. Keep Christ in Christmas Inserted by SCHULZ PAINTINQ DECORATING LTD. The WINNER of the GOLDEN MILE CENTRE'S CHRISTMAS RAFFLES Ann B.C. Jzzo Thanks to all who bought tickets1 Benefit Travel and Charter Tours Ltd. A 17th Ave. Calgary Frankfurt and all of Europe Mexico and all Sun Flights Most Wardair For Further Information Contact T. Alberta Representative Picture Butte Phone 732-4581 POCKET FLASHLIGHT With this all you do is clip and bring it to the RADIO SHACK 327 5th St. S. Lethbridge AT LAST FOR J150 A Wicks cartoon collection. THE BEST OF WICKS has just been published and is available to the readers of this newspaper. 190 cartoons by one of the most widely read political cartoonists in the world. EATER ir m not surprised he looks like that with todays prices THE BEST OF WSCKS Now a selection of the great mini- cartoonists work has been put together in book form. 190 of the best cartoons are now available to the readers of this paper for just S1.50. The ideal gift for those who appreciate wit and humor. Please send me THE BEST OF WICKS I The Utltbrtdgc Herald BOX STATIONAI copies of Best of W Enclosed is ONT. M5V 1J4 or money or- S Apt. No ___ City and Code Belly up With arms flying and hips swaying the weekly belly dancing class is m full swing at a Toronto high school The started in 1969 as part of a Community School program to get more use out of schools empty at is one of several unusual classes being including Kung fencing and animal obedience seven nights a week in some Toronto schools. Husky Haligonian future bright as operatic singer MEXICAN FOOD BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND SUNDAY at HOMIMADITAMALIS Steamed in com husks and smothered with chile con carne CHILES RELLENOS green stuffed with coated In an omlet-llke batter ENCHILADAS Tortillas stuffed with rolled and cooked In spicy tomato sauce topped with sour cream QUACAMOLI Avocados chopped and mixed with lime mild chili sauce and served with crisp tortilla chips covered with melted cheese All orders served with warm corn tortillas Spanish rice and retried beans We will have a limited supply don't be disappointed if you will call and make a we will be sure and have enough for youl Remember we always have eggs benedict Gourmet style on Sundays Lethbridge Hotel Restaurant Phone 329-4644_______________ HALIFAX At six two inches tall and a muscular 220 Gregory Sergant has the robustness that is almost necessary for success as a bass-baritone operatic singer The young Haligonian made his professional debut this summer with the Philadelphia Grand Opera Company as Colhne in La Boheme Mr Servant said he par- ticularly liked the role because of a show-business legend involving the great tenor Enrico Caruso The story goes that when the opera s bass-baritone was about to begin the aria Vecchia Zimarra The Old Coat he lost his voice and told Caruso he could not con- tinue The great tenor lowered his voice and sang the low- range ana while the voiceless bass-baritone mouthed the words of the sad story of Novel may become part of history LONDON One of the few works of post-war English literature it is will become part of history is nearing completion The Music of written by Anthony is a 12- volume novel of which the first volume was published in 1951 and the last is expected out in 1975. The Music of Time is an intricate study of the social history of 20th-century England and is written is such a way that to get the full value of the one must start at the beginning and go right through to the end despite the attractiveness of individual volumes What Powell been doing from the start is not to draw a picture of the whole of society but an enormously exact and detailed one of a tiny corner of that society that he knows well Starting with A Question of Upbringing so through 10 more The Music of Time is the world as Nicholas Powell's sees it Like Jenkins was educated at Eton and like he married an earl's daughter- the novelist married Lady Violet the sister Of the Earl of like he has been a a literary journalist and a soldier But it is essential to point out that Powell is not writing a concealed autobiography What he has done is to build a novel around the structure of his life Powell has created some wonderful and nearly all of them are Knglisn Most are upper mid- dle class He introduces some Colhne selling one of his few the old to save the life of a Bohemian lady There was no silent mouthing of the part while Mr Servant performed and Philadelphia Inquirer said in its review that he acted the part with feeling and an appreciation of Colline's pathetic sacrifice SEEKS SINGING CAREER Mr Servant aims for an international singing and for every operatic per- former there are three major achievements to appear at La Scala m Covent Garden in London and the Metropolitan in New York His musical career began with piano lessons at the age of but he did not study voice until he entered Dalhousie University to take a degree in music Studying under Philip May at he won the Rose Bowl as outstanding vocalist in the Halifax Music Festival in 1971 He has been awarded the Portia White Memorial Scholarship from the Nova Scotia Talent Trust and has taken a master's degree in music at University of Hart- ford AKIZOftA 1 II OKMA PHOENIX OLD TUCSON Ti luana Mexico Las Vegas Los Angeles DISNEY LAND ban Ueigo ban hrancisco Mormon Tab ernacle more DEPARTING MAR 2 by Deluxe S27ft Hiwav Cruiser 15 Fun filled days LAS from FEATURING. 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