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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta They gave bKirtDniwc Michelle aged B.C.........................1.00 May Karen aged B.C..................1.00 C T Lelhbridge..........2 00 Lelhbridge.......2.00 Mr and Mrs A LethbridgeZ.OO Lelhbridge ......2.00 Anonymous. Lethbridge ........2.00 Lelhbridge.........2.00 Lethbridge.........2.00 James Coaldale.........2.00 A Grandmother in Taber...... 2 00 Taber...........2.00 In memory of E Coaldale 2.00 Freda Sparwood. BC............200 Taber 2 00 Barnwell.......2.00 Cardston...........2.00 Taber..............2.00 Grade Squad Three. Gilbert Palerson Lethbridge.....2.80 A. K. Shaughnessy.....2.92 Mrs Lethbridge 3.00 Lethbridge 3.00 L J and Bea M Lethbridge 3 00 Anonymous. Lethbridge 3 00 Dawn Mane and Scotty Lethbridge .................3.00 The Lethbridge......3.00 Mrs M. Wrentham ......3.00 Mrs. Iwasiuk's Grade Four Catechism Class. Lundbreck.............3.00 Mr and Mrs Robert Raymond .300 Children of Hardieville Har- dieville 4 00 Tracy Thomas. Pincher Creek 4 30 E Lethbridge 5 00 Jim and Lethbridge 5 00 Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Lethbridge 5.00 Lethbridge........5.00 Lethbridge ........5.00 Apt. Lethbridge.........5.00 Mr and Mrs David M Lethbridge .5 00 Mrs R Lethbridge 5 00 Michael. Barry and Paul Coghlin. Lethbridge 5 00 John Crawford. Lethbridge 5 00 Michael Bartram. Lethbridge___5.00 M C. Caskill. Lethbndge.....5 00 Lethbndge........5.00 H. Thomas. Lethbridge.......5 00 Mrs Clara Hyde. Lethbridge .5 00 Preceptor Eta Beta Sigma Phi. Lethbridge 5 00 Paul and David Lethbndge 5.00 Merry Christmas Friends. WellmgS 00 P. B Raymond.....5 00 BurdetJ.........5 00 The Morency Blairmore5 00 Three Pincher Creek .5.00 Mr and Mrs Lloyd Anderson. Picture Butte..... 5 00 Anonymous. Claresholm 5 00 Ashley and Amberlee Wright Vauxhall 5 00 In memorv of our Donny Chisholm Kevin and Kim Maclean.............5 00 Mr. and Mrs Meroniuk. Legend .5 00 Brad and Ron Dodds. Lomond .5 00 W R Hughes. Jaffray. B.C 5 00 Mr and Mrs Vern BC 500 B J Hillebrand. Fort Macleod 5 00 The Hedel Taber 5 uu Ted and Jean Swihart. Fort Macleod .5.00 Grade 1 Class. Senator Buchanan School. Lethbndge 5 67 Anonymous. Lethbridge.....6 00 Mrs Masson's Grade 1 Class Galbraith Lethbndge 7 20 Xerxes. Vauxhall 7 50 Anonymous. Lethbridge 10 00 Miss Mary Moore. Lethbridge 10 00 Shelly and Scott Crowe. Lethbridge 10 00 Mr and Mrs. Eric Price. Lethbridge 10.00 The Veer Children. Lethbridge .10.00 Florence H Gillcll. Lethbridge 10.00 12th Lethbridge Brownie Pack 10 00 Anonymous. Lethbridge........10.00 Mark and Kimbe'rley Doram. Lelhbridge....... 10.00 7th Lethbndge Guide Co.. Lelhbridge ...............10.00 Lori. Gwen and Lelhbridge 10.00 W. Lelhbridge .10.00 Lori Anne. Lelhbridge...................10.00 Lethbridge........10.00 Jack Lethbridge.......10.00 Lethbndge .......10.00 John. Elizabeth and Paul Sauer. Iron Springs..... .1000 In memory of Doreen .....10 00 U I Cardston.....10.00 The Harry Setla Blair- more ........................10.00 The Urdal's. Vauxhall.........10.00 Milk River.......10.00 The Raymond Schuler Claresholm ...................10.00 C. V. Foremost.....10.00 W Picture Bulle ..10.00 Bob and Nina Pincher Creek ..........1000 Pincher Creek 10 00 Clifford Taber 10.00 Mr. and Mrs. Dan Taber 10.00 Doug and Stirling .......10.20 Tau Chapter Beta Sigma Lethbridge....................10.65 Grade V Class Noble Central School. Nobleford................11.50 Grades Two and Noble Central School. Nobleford .11.52 Lethbridge .1200 Lethbridge 12 00 Barons United Church Barons..........1281 Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lethbridge.................1500 Buckman Picture Butte 15.00 8AA Class and Teacher. Claresholm Jr. High School. Claresholm 1600 Barons United Church Sunday Barons 18 26 Staff Optical Prescription Co Lethbridge 2000 Ano Lethbridge 20 00 Michael. Gerard and Danny Lethbridge .2000 Michael McNally and Peter Lelhbridge...................20.00 Anonymous Stirling..........20.00 Eric Loose. Magrath.....20.00 The DePratu Family. New Dayton 2000 Slingerland Diamond City 20 00 New Rockport Hutterian New Dayton .......20 oo Russ. Shelly and Murray Bow Island .................2000 Cardston..........20 00 Staff Superior Propane Lethbridge ...............25.00 Original Pensioners and Senior Cibzens. Lethbridge 25 00 Mr and Mrs Wilfred Williamson Fort Macleod 25 00 Coaldale 25 00 Staff of the Coaldale- Community Hospital. Coaldale.........25.00 Phil Lethbridge........30.00 George and Lethbridge 30.00 United Church Sunday School Christ- mas Spring Coulee .32 25 Telephone Operators. Traffic AGT. Lethbridge 32 38 Lethbridge 50 00 Lelhbridge 50 00 Stirling ........50 00 The Farr Coaldale.....50.00 Children and Staff of Coleman Central School. Grades Coleman .55.00 Huntsville School. Iron Springs .6670 Anonymous. Lethbndgc 75 00 Students of Westminster Elementary School. Lethbndge 80 00 Rockport Colony. Magrath 100 00 Monarch 100 00 Students and Staff of Agnes Davidson School. Lethbridge .....156 14 Staff of the Lethbridge Herald Co. Ltd.. Lethbridge..........170 00 Anonymous. Lethbndge.......400 00 Total.......'.............S Total GENERAL FARM Presents The Weather SUNRISE SUNDAY SUNSET H L Pre Lethbridge...... 48 31 Pincher Creek... 45 30 Medicine Hat 45 27 Edmonton 36 10 Grande Prairie 33 16 Banff........... 38 21 Calgary......... 42 19 Victoria 48 39 .43 Penticton....... 44 38 ..13 Prince George 35 27 .08 Kamloops....... 48 33 .07 Vancouver...... 48 38 .62 Saskatoon....... 28 27 Regina 38 17 Winnipeg....... 18 13 Toronto......... 19 2 Ottawa ........20 -1 .14 Montreal 34 4 .75 Chicago ........22 -2 New York 58 23 2.13 Miami ........66 38 Los Angeles..... 68 49 .12 Las Vegas...... 54 41 Phoenix 68 40 Lethbridge-Medicine Hat- Calgary Cloudy periods becoming sunny this after- highs today and Sunday 35-40. Mainly sunny lows 25-30. Columbia Kootenay Mostly cloudy. Occasional wet snow. Cloudy with a few sunny periods. Highs both days in the mid-30s. Lows tonight near 30 except in the lower 20s in the East Kootenay district. MONTANA East of Continental Travelers advisory southern mountain sections this afternoon and tonight. Cloudy northeast scattered rain or snows west and south today and tonight. Chance some freezing rain along with locally heavy snows southern mountain sections later today and tonight. Sunday decreas- ing cloudiness west and north scattered snows southeast. Cooler. Highs today 30s and low 40s. Lows tonight 15 to 25. Highs Sunday mostly 30s. We will be closed CLOSED from Dec. 22nd thru Dec. 30th for Stock taking To all our friends and our many customers we extend best wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year. from the Management and Staff at... FARM SUPPLIES Coutts Highway-Box 1202 Phone 328-114 Highway 1 reported bare and dry. Widening of one mile sec- tion of Highway No. 3 east of Fort Macleod is in progress. All remaining highways are in good driving condition. Storms disrupt Yule travel New senators The prime minister's office announced Friday the appointment of Louis Robichaud and Daniel Riley to the senate. Mr. Robichaud is former premier of New Brunswick and Mr. Riley is a former Liberal MP for Saint John. By THE CANADIAN PRESS The winter's of the traditional Christinas poem seems endless when it's spent on an airport bench. As successive storms marched across the eastern airUne schedules went out the window. The snow or grain that crippled Ontario then reached the Maritimes Friday along with fog and high winds at Halifax and holiday there joined the crestfallen crowd elsewhere. In hundreds were sent home from the inter- national airport late Friday and hundreds more bunked down in the lounges hoping for a seat on one of the few planes flying. Air Canada said 23 flights from Halifax were cancelled Friday and most of the 19 oth- ers were delayed several hours. Four incoming flights were forced to land Memo writer gets new job By JOHN HAY OTTAWA Bernard the assistant under- secretary of state who caused a furore this year with a tough-worded memo to one of the ministers he worked has been moved to a new job as secretary-general of the National Museums Corp. is a insisted a spokesman for the depart- ment of which announc- ed the transfer Friday. The name of Mr. Ostry second ranking public servant in the de- partment burst into print last June with publication of a leaked memo in which he told Multiculturalism Minister Stanley Haidasz that a minis- terial request for advertising funds was and Mr. Ostrey went on to say it would be irresponsible for him to agree to the request for money to publicize multi- culturalism programs. Mr. Haidasz later told re- porters he would call in Mr. Ostrey to the pos- sibility of his transfer to another ROUTINE RELEASE Friday's announcement ap- peared in a routine press re- lease that also said former ambassador George Ignatieff will take on the part-time post of chairman of the board of trustees of the National Mu- seums. Mr. Ostry replaces Charles MacKenzie in the full-time job of the chief management post. As one of two assistant un- dersecretaries in the secretary of state's Mr. Ostry ran the citizenship handling much of the department's budget. The National Museums Honeymooning princess to visit OTTAWA Princess Anne and her husband Capt. Mark Phillips will spend three days in Ottawa starting Jan. enjoute to Australia and New Government House announced Friday. They will be the guests of Jules the new governor general who takes office early in the new year. The who recently re- turned to London from a honeymoon trip of the Carib- bean and South will join the Queen who will stop briefly in Ottawa Jan. 27 en route to New Zealand and other Far East destinations. Railways are ordered to maintain service OTTAWA National Railways and CP Rail were ordered Friday to maintain rail passenger ser- vice on runs that cost them a total of about million last year. The Canadian Transport Comrrnssion ordered the railways to maintain the ser- vice on the citing the energy crisis and its possible effects on established traffic patterns as reasons for the order. The CNR application had asked the commission's con- sent to discontinue service on its Quebec-La Malbaie and Richmond-Lyster- Quebec and Deux Montaignes- Grenville runs in the Saskatoon-The Prince Albert-Hudson Bay and Saskatoon-Prince runs in Manitoba and Saskatchewan and on the Edmonton-North Battleford run in Alberta. The CP Rail application sought discontinuance of its Montreal-Mont Laurier run and its Sudbury-Sault Ste. Marie run. The railways now must maintain the services but are eligible for an 80-per-cent loss subsidy from the commission. The subsidy is effective 90 days after the original application was filed Cl' Rail first applied for dis- continuance in 1969 and will receive the subsidy for 1971 and 1972. CNR is eligible lor 1971 and 1972. COME TO CANADA Since more than 10 million immigrants have come to Canada. Going to Calgary WINTER RATES STETSON MOTEL 10002 MiclMd Trail S. Clean Comfortable Units Color TV Automatic phones -271-3210 Collect Court Windy Wast No. 562 Independent Order off Foresters Executive and Social Wish all Foresters and Friends 3ORTS OF ENTRY and Closing Carway s.Ri. to 6 Chief Mountain Coutts 24 Del ionita 9 a.m. to 6 Kingsgate 24 Porthill-Rykerts 8 i.m. to Wild Horse 8a.m. to 5 Rooseville 8 a.m AND ALL THE BEST FOR THE NEW A Many Thanks For Supporting Our Functions Over the Past Corp Crown-owned this fiscal year with a budget. Even before the revelation of his Mr. was known to have conflicted with Mr. Haidasz. Mr. husband of Statistics Canada Chief Sylvia resigned as public af- fairs supervisor at the CBC in 1968 to become an adviser to the Canadian Radio- Television Commission. one in St. Nfld. Local weather problems in most eastern centres were compounded by conditions in the major terminus and stopover point. FLIGHTS CUT TWO-THIRDS Air Canada said only four of 13 scheduled flights an hour were taking off from Montreal and those were bucking four inches of snow on the runways and visibility of less than a mile. Many passengers were stranded at Dorval airport despite Air Canada's arrangements to put up in hotels and send hundreds more to Quebec City or Toronto by bus and train. Despite a reduction of the speed limit on all provincial highways to 40 miles an Quebec recorded six traffic deaths on Friday alone. Ontario has started to dig with Friday's sunny skies predicted to last at least through but snowfalls of up to a foot have left many side streets and back roads clogged and there have been four deaths since the storm hit Wednesday. About 50 Air Canada flights out of Toronto were cancelled Thursday and the airline de- scribed service as ex- pected to be one of the busiest of the year. Except for delays and cancellations of flights to eastern Canadians west of Ontario were unaffected. Tem- peratures reached the mid-50s in some parts of British Alberta basked in its best weather in and it was mild in Saskatchewan and Manitoba. FROZEN ASSETS Travellers from Winnipeg had an added problem when they landed at Toronto Thur- sday. The plane was covered with ice and it took three hours to crack open the baggage compartment. Quebec has been the hardest hit. Thousands of cars were still stranded in Montreal and Quebec City hampering snowplows. Most secondary streets are impassable and the extra cars clog the thoroughfares. Quebec City had the added problems Friday of a brief power failure to about persons in the city and sub- urbs when heavy ice snapped wires. Schools and businesses closed for the day. Quebec provincial police said Highways to Chicoutim and to Edmunds N.B. were closed and visibility was near zero in many parts of province. Swallow named new director at Deerhome EDMONTON Dr K.A. Swallow has been name acting medical director of thi Deerhome Institution for th Mentally Retarded at Rei Deer. Neil healtl and social developmen announced Friday. It you've got three free weeks and the urge to see some fabulous cities and meet interesting tours leave Vancouver monthly for Hong Singapore and Penang Spend additional time m Honolulu on the way back if you choose. Write us loday for further information KOWLOON TOURIST SERVICE INT'L. CANADIAN AGENT FOR KOREAN AIR LINES 455 Abbott Vancouver B.C. ster Blender Recall Notice Quote oster division Sunbeam Ltd. is recalling all units of model number 864-01 Osterizer Imperial Dual-Cycle Pulse Matic 16 Blender. It could be hazardous to operate because of a potential defect. i hiS particular mOuSi WS3 iritfCuUCGu iG uiG CUS- tomer in September of this year and would have been purchased within the last two to three months. Only this model is affected and there have been no reported injuries-related to the potential hazard. The recall is a precautionary measure in the public interest. This model can be indentified by the model num- ber 864-01 stamped on the underside of the base or on the top of the shipping carton. Production of this model has been temporarily store inventories have been returned to our and the company is recalling units already in the hands of the consumer for correction. In the interest of public safety we ask all persons who have this product in their homes not to use it and return it immediately to any one of our factory- owned Sunbeam appliance service company branches for modification without charge. Mailing costs will' be fully refunded. It wouldn't be Christmas without a visit to m DLMUfV Whatever His Fashion Tastes... A Gift From BLACK'S Is Always. Certain of a Hearty Welcome Our Best Wishes To All For A Very Merry Christmas and Happy New DEREK PAUL RENO PAT JOHN JEAN SWEATERS by Pringle of Scotland DRESS SHIRTS by Arrow and Forsythe SLIPPERS by Morlands ol England SOCkS by Pantherella DRESSING GOWNS Open 9 to 9 Thursday and Friday SOPHIA SHOES by Bally of Switzerland and McHale SLACKS by Parker SPORT COATS by Warren K. Hyde Park LEATHER COATS by Montreal Leather Black's on FOURTH AVENUE MEN'S SHOP ;