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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, December 16, 1971 Want to spend a night in city police cells? Here's QUALITY DENTURE J i Hamilton Junior High School CLINIC 1 audio-visuals snow Monday The audio visuals class at will present its tliird and final 10 cent increase in impaired drivers is expected on city streets during the Christmas-N e w Year's holi- dav season. "Every holiday season there is a tion in the number of impair- ed drivers arreslcd i.i said city police traf- fic sergeant Hay Marnoch. "The annual reduction in (.lie number of holiday sea- sen Impaired drivers arrest- ed seems to result from a continuous program of self- policing carried out by Toll- bridge he said. In the past years Dersans have co-operated with the self-policing programs sup- ported by the Alberta Motor Association, the Lcthbridge t I subdivision RCMP and tlie city police. We hope they will continue to do so." Everyone showing signs of impairment can expect to be stopped and checked by a policeman walking his beat. "If a person is found en- tering his car and preparing to drive it, and he is appar- ently impaired, the police of- ficer will encourage him to find another way Sgt, Marnoch said. S'gt. Marnoch said persons who are concerned about be- coming impaired can pur- chase sniail breath meters at local drug stores which will give them an accurate in- dex to the amount of alcohol absorbed in the blood. showing of a class project for tho year on Monday, Dec. 20 at p.m. Approximately 450 parents have already viewed tho class's work in previous presentations. The showing will be held in the school auditorium. The public is invited to attend. The key to it all The city has received its first returns from the old Lincoln Hotel. A hotel key bearing a 12-cent stamp found its way to the j city manager's desk Weclneb day. Ray MacPherson. hotel desk clerk. WES glad lo see the returned but said, "it's a good thing the sender didn't ask fo I a reservation." Drop in and see us at our new location 'The Corner Store' Corner 4th Ave. and 5th Street South ALL RINGS PIERCED EARRINGS COSTUME JEWELLERY STRETCH TERRIFIC SAVINGS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT SKEITON'S JEWELLERY Cor. 4th Ave. and 5th Street S. Phone 327-4627 your A bold, new scent for the man in your life. MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC BOUTIQUE COLLEGE MALL, 328-1525 U'ifJ.v Preparations are 111 o v ing into high gear for Collegiate fin, the fir.-! event of iLs kind in an Alberta ciiy. The two day v.ill be held Feb. 8 and Approximately ,'i.CCO sUidonts in the city of Lcihbi'klpc. I'ne County of Lrlhbrk-Sf, Wnnicr school division and the TaiKT school division are oxpjciocl to participate. Ken Saner. LCI said 70 exhibitors are a'at ex- pected to take pnl. We to sin- dents an cf the range of carror unities open to them so they can de- cide whether the Ir.jv are thinking about. Is iiu- right one for thorn." he aC'h Student V.JII jc lake part in three exhibits hill time to take a look at all 70 cii; "ir.g tiu1 fa'r. Each will consist of pamnhlcls, a film ;.nd a special speaker. Students will also have an. opportunity to taik with tha j speaker an individual basis. Saner said it is hyped to i have a wide range of exhibits and anyone who feels they cou'd provide a useful exn'bit j .shDiild eoniact the school if j they are net approached by the Ciicmbcr of Commerce. -V B't d Strtlch SMILEY'S PLUMBSNG GLASS IINED WATcR HEATERS AND UP Phono INSURANCE 0 LIABILITY 0 BONDS AUTO 9 FIRE ROSS1TER AGINOES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 Lower Floor 517 4lh Ave. S. Plione 327-1541 ELNA SUPER. ftVl! 'MATIC It roted Ih. werldV molt ,DONT BUY UNTIL YOU TRY Fu donomlralltn contact -SEWING CENTRE cs now rpcluced on our mtiro of and USED STUDENT and PROFESSIONAL INSTHU.VIENT5 ORGANS Beautiful Thomas Of anns and Chord Organs. PRICED TO CLEAR AMPLIFIERS Vox, Acetone, Are ARE AtL REDUCED. Sta'e Models. From S39.SO GUITARS OVATION, GIBSON, HAGSTROM ARE Att GREATLY REDUCED DRUMS 9 ply lets with 4 piece Hat and cymbals. From up Hi- P.A. Heads 4 Columns ond Used Guitars Greatly Reduced! PRUEGGER'S ACCORDION COLLEGE LTD. 530 S St. S. Phono 327-7524 ;