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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIOCE HERALD fridny, December 22, 1972 Teen-age girl muggers ruin London's reputation LOXDON' 'A? don't want a Nov.- York- the best for you young men indi tvpe situation, in this wintry." vidually. it is ore I feel driven Vsid Hill, currently a deputy j to take in the public interest." rears afo an American to police the IV-ear-old son L-. fsshionsb's Kensir.stoa Gar- trS" the" this IakL-2 over ton toLiee-jr.. est priori" for a c aaairk street violence. commissioner at Scotland Yard, j Cases in recent weeks which have aroused public concern i-r-- elude: a civirch ver- 1 ser battered to death for the i equivalent of a quarter; a vour.g woman raped sr.d her date "beaten: a teacher in her attacked ar.d robbed by three teen-aged girls. Judges have reacted by im- posing sentences or. cefer.dants who might ordinarily have ex- pected to a line or a period of probsticr.. Handing out three-year terms !.o three vouths who beat up a man for S1.20. a judse said-. "I am sorry to sav that 'al-hoagh te course I feel bound to take may not be Some lawyers fear the courts are over-reacting and might panic the government into illi beral measures. The danger areas are slum districts during the schcol lunch hour or just after classes finish for the day, or the subway when the late-night crowds have besun to thin. Police calculate that several dozen gangs of gir! muggers are operating. They specialize in at- tacks on elderly women- or cranny bashing." Figures sr.f.v that per cent of London mug are carried out by 1 non-white youths, usually the sons of West In- dian im mi grants, Fasciuatins French ceremonies Christmastid e traditions MAP.SEEI-LE Celebrating U one 0! the most popu- lar cherished by F r e ri c h men. ar.d Southern France irom F rover.ce to the most ci De- lishtiul, too. are those Cnrist- "santor.i." which enliven the '--rechw." or Na- manger statuette.; tike the name from tr.e Provencal i dialect word, holy men or "Ltile saints." Since IWd, they have graced a fair held annually in Marseille from December 10 through the first week o; January. Maissil'e's fair stalls bright-> en the tree-lined Carebiere Ecu- levard with counties rows of Collectors and the curious wander past tr.e en- j thraliina display which'also I crowd r.ear the Cnurch; tf Saint'Pierre-Saint Paul. To viiii'v Noel is a heart-felt Having trouble with rsiervations? Call us, we have plenty trf empty seats Make your schedule anytime, All weather 24-hour service Ffy non stop to your destination All seats first class OUR SPECIALTY Flying on short notice with speed and security The Only To Fly! CALL LETHBRIDGE AIR SERVICE LTD. DAY 327-1561 MIGHT 323-7131, 328-7556, 327-5101 tradition, and tr.e of- fering of the ne'.v-hom lamb is a cererr.orJa! highlight at mid- 'fas-. In'Menton, life-bize are through the s'creets, and a pa- seant" tiies place on the fiood- i'isr.ted Place Saint Michel v. 17ih r.-er.tury cobble- sroned terrace dominates the Bay of Caravan. Perhacs irLidnight Mass in Biux traditional Prove-cal ChrLrtraastide. Moon- liaht E-OV.S on tr.e extraordin- ary landscape of huge boulderr, mysterious grottoes, and im- pressive pins of a 10th century hamlet that eirra-s under stars. In fact, the of Les Eaux, n-hich claims lineage from Wise King Balthazar, has adopted the N'ati'.itv star for the door- irinight. c a n d 1 e-Ught, oy, the peaceful ryjun'.r. side r.-ear happy Y u 1 e- tide carii- lor.5 echo across fields be- neath Mont St., or silvered Me Banff Springs Hotel increases rooms., features BANFF', Alia. The world eral thousand skiers per how famous Banff Springs Hotel has and offer some of the best ski- s 'Ting into the 1972-73 winter ing on the continent. From, gen- season, v.ell tuned into the win-! tie protected slopes to steep ter sports offering a host .championship runs, the Banff of new features and increased I areas have enough variety for guest capacity. everyone. Th-re win be 500 rooms avail-! for the first time, winter visi- able during the 1372-73 winter tors o will be ah us to of crver j last winter. Banff sldi "The increased guest i inm Iiariff tnl, winter, city enables us to meet IM to fe i growing demand for accommo-: " just ryjUjd8 dation, partiealarly during tr-e BanJ, hajyl go Year holiday period, said Ivor fadlitie3 Barif, i PetraJ: general manager of the i mv. Smdancc IBanif Springs, where skiers and non-skiers The Banff Springs has a spe- i enjoy excellent ettter- I rial three day ski package cov- i lainrnent and music six ermg three nights of hotel ac- .nights a week. commodations, three breakfasts 5 and dinners, two days of ski i Lit fees and two days of trans- portation to the ski areas for SM per person. Each additional day is per person with hilt rate for children 12 years old and under in the r'ffm with their parents. e who may prefer a quieter atmosphere, there is the new Rob Roy steak bouse and lounge with light rnusic fur din- in? and dancing arid the newly renovated R u n d 1 e cocktail lounge scheduled to open by same Christmas. A unique feature at the Banff The three major ski areas Springs during the winter sea- Mount Xorquay. Sunshaie Vil- son is that the rlress and atmo- lage ar.d Lake Louise have sphere can be everything from a combined lift capacity of sev-; extremely informal to formal More vacations in winter season Vic-- EILLTS'GS Turn the "off se-as'jn" into the "on season" by joining the all-weather frater- nity of winter campers. Rejoice at. the first snow flakes instead o: blocking-up and moth balling v o u r recreational vehicle. There's a whole tew experience awaitrnz you in the world of area.? as Stowe, S'jn Valley. Springs and Jackajn Hole-. At all KOAs earners will find rtitroorrLS arid shcw- eVi, facilities and a store conveni- c-r.Uv in a central A-fratae lodge. Winter Festival at Banff BA.VFF, AJta. In c-rxjj-jr tion 7.tth the C SM twm 'A tirJi --.ill hoW a "Winter Festi- val' from Fes. 10 to The BsrJt Festival will include an diy fig-jre skating, ice sculp- a of a: tr.fc EaiL'f special host otter ac- THE CHRISTfAAS fasoutiful Cl-.rhtmas flcwe bloisGms throughout ihtss mid-Atlaniic island-, at time of year, Eern-iudian model S'netlo W'nq adds even fu.-ther appeal to the scene cs ?h cliff-top ccll-sctior, of the frcgrar.t the poin- Munich's Christmas market transforms modern city In or "Christ Oh: called, tr.e still lingers, tv.eritieth e into a fairy t; Peter rxj'.r MARKS DATB erectiMi of a cross or, tte i o: .MwjrA Jtt.yal marked the inding of in 1642. I are in Ti-.e ChrLUrnss fair, d MarkeV ss it is s'.n o{ a time trarj.-.fonrJng a town. Only the .e of St. dov.Ti over thji v-, the fa'.t that '-rJch, a hiiri- uWer Once again, The Great Canadian Once again, Schenley Tradition, the Canadian whisky with the unique detachable maple leaf on the bottle, offers you another set of questions and answers. Enjoy them with your friends over a few smooth glasses of Tradition. A perfect way tr> spend an evening. And don't be upset if you can't answer all the questions. That's what makes them so interesting. Happy sipping. i What famous novelist .s once Governor General of Canada? 2 One man has won the Schenley Lineman of the Year Award more often than any other player. Who is he? 4 Who drove''the last O Russia gets more snow during a winter than Canada: true or false? 6What is }the third largest city in Canada? 7 How many Canadian Prime Ministers have married while in office? arrov; the jostling. crowd with A thousa.'L-J treanires gleam and inviun? di.vjovery ar.d admiration. chftst- nuts and yA sausages weave aromatic through tr.-e air. Grm.Ti-'jpf. betorne v.ide- eyed children again, jb'y the simple of tinsel, tr'e of a col- 'oreri'bsILi, and tr.e insistant of Christmas PINNACLE OF SPLENIJOR Jn the early dusi, the rai-.ti it-> :r.rxier-.t m'Kieians play carols on a forrn dworated'ri e v e r- green.-.. cold plays their fingers false, fwt the cr.iH.'en's is and tr.e Crriit Q.iid'3 Market is the [j i n r, a e of spler.dor. Eer-.t I of ail are tr.e selling tr.ere are so i thirds to see and at touch: fig- I ure-i of marie of arid 1 clay, '-'-e farnily tr.e from the ox and lo the old Christ Cnild Market to buy thwisand little thines Mar door enthusiasts are scfceriuling the sea- son to include trips U> their favorite winter playgrrjionds. This year, both Cnristmas Day and Year's Day fall on Mondays, making it possible to extend the weekends into three- day "mini" vacations. Siding, srjwrnobilir.g, ice fuh- ir.g, cross-country ski touring, vrinter phoovg- raphy. skating, sleding, tubing i totoggaring these are some of the winter activities attracting growing numbers if. enthusiast! to a growing num- ber of v.inter retreats. More and more RV manufac- turers are building their rigs v.ith year round use Ln rnind. There's plenty of heat- title Lig excellent insulation that Edinburgh marks Knox anniversary J.fany Europeans, Joined with list trj celebratje tth anniversary of of one of Scotlarid's Hve- rMftt forthright and most figures Knoz, the coritroversial reformer. the c-ity he lived and named a street after him and gave the- Kncct Way" to a th 'oetv.eeri -Vatiwial make it possible to transform Gallery of Scotland East i air summer uriits Prince Gardens, linking tbft the Christ CriH into snug wintear vacation: beautiful Princes Street and the has s'ir'h a 'sjxy.ial place I homes. i top of the Mound. e hearty of ti-A j L'sing yvir recrfeatiorjai veH-' Highlight of anniversary Munich, became making of j fOT vinter travelling has iU was "a commemoration in economical in the historic St. Giles' Cathe- Ravarian rates at campground? j dral at average for two people: W 5" fur a family of five. A number of privately the Ea- j are spe- r' rial facilities for winter camp- ers. The of Amer- ica fKOA) winter directory lists :over Wi KOA creches is ;.o deeply the traditions olrl folk art. The and scenes sold in the market arc the liv- ing continuation of the famous collection of varian National Museum. Tr.e Christ Child Market h of rr.ariy charrning trsditions and anachronisms that make people call Munich, I which are open year a bur-.y city vriih wer a milSion they're not all Vxated in the inhabitants, an vil-jwarm sunny many are popular liri-'Ar resort FAST EFFICIENT SERVICE! ar. rr.oor" v.ith esi arieties, t. v.sV J in tr'; cer j L s J.'.r f1-'-" J 1 It' Schenleylradition, 50 Canadian you can taste it. Celebrating the 20th anniversary the Canadinn Schenley Football A wards To Serve You Better. IN ORDER TO SERVE THE PUBLIC BETTER, THE UNEMPLOY- MENT INSURANCE COMMISSION IS EXTENDING THE SER- VICE HOURS OF ITS INFORMATION CENTRES. EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, THE NEW CLOSING TIME IN ALL OFFICES WILL BE P.M. 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