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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta SUPERIOR 13 DAY MEXICAN FIESTA FOR CO-OP MEMBERS Departing from Calgary January 19tlt, 1971 Only per person Based on double occupancy For reservations and information contact BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE Ontn Village Phono 328-3201 or 328-8184 "BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lcthbridgc, Alberta, Wednesday, December 23, 1970 PAGES 9 Tn 20 PLANNING A PARTY? SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITI Priccj Ordm) ERICKSEN'S 2021 3id Avo. S. Ph. 328-Blil 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 South friendship centres given funds to carry on By MARILYN ANDERSON Family Page Editor Ciaus arrived early for Rose Yellow Feet and the Lelh- bridge Friendship Centre in the form of a grant from the provincial government. by Bryan Wilson and Phil Faulds 1971 will move into a new-school complex, the Fleetwood-Bawden School, which will replace Central, Fleetwood and the current Susie Bawden schools. Central School forms part of the city's land Couple ran red Uglily rules John Smith, director of Al- berta preventive social ser- vices, in a telephone interview Wednesday said the centre had been threatened with closure due to a lack of funds. In malting the announcement for Ray Speaker, minister of social development, he noted that although the provincial agreement with the federal government for grants to pro- vincial centres was some had been allotted to the six centres in Alberta this year. The- major portion of the LETHBRIDGE LANDMARK CLOSES-Helping teachers move chairs and boxes was one of the last activities of students in Central School, the downtown 62-year-old elementary public school, which closed its doors permanently this morning. The lowering of the flag and playing of a assembly bloc, a large parcel of land expected to be sold for business- j Ti bugle call marked the official finale to the landmark, which was opened residential development. in 1909 by then-Alberta premier A. C. Rutherford. Central students in Holiday schedule for mail and businesses All postal services in and out of Lethbridge will be cancelled Christmas Day. There will be no letter car- rier or suburban delivery ser- vice or wicket service. The same applies for Box- ing Day, except that speci delivery mail will be delivere and street letter box collection will be made, on the Sunda schedule. Only wicket and special de Eight jail inmates get holiday pass Eight inmates of the Two men who were not du bridge Correctional Institute (formerly the Lethbridge Pro- vincial jail) will be going home temporarily to spend the holi- day season with their wives or parents. Leslie Kaskiw, classification officer at the institute, said the inmates will be given a three- day pass. Their release is i n conjunction with the temporary absentee permit program which is given to inmates on humanitarian or reformative grounds. The men will be released Fri- day morning and will return to the institute the evening of Dec. 27. EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR SHOE REPAIR MIKE HAN7EL 317-7IH STREET SOUTH for release until after Chris mas will he given an early re lease. Mr. Kaskiw said if th inmates' release date falls he twcen Dec. and Jan. 4, the are eligible for release befor Christmas. There are 130 inmates at th Lethbridge institute. At the Calgary Correetiona Institute at Spy Hill, 30 inmate will be released temporarily and an additional 30 inmate will be released earlier than scheduled. For the 470 inmates at th Calgary institute who will no be going home for Christmas special family visits are planned for Boxing Day am Sunday. At the federal medium se- curity penitentiary at Drum heller, temporary absentees are common throughout the year but are being stepped up for the Christmas season. ROBERT D.K1NNIBURGHD.D.S. ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE PRACTICE OF GENERAL DENTISTRY LocotedAt: 1204 2nd AVE. A NORTH CENTRE VILLAGE MALL LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA PHONE 328-6929 HAVE YOU Got enough film and flash bulbs? Had your camera and flash gun checked? (We check your camera etc. at no extra charge) HAVE YOU Seen the many inexpensive gift items For the camera bug in your family? Choose from a tremendous selection of Slide trays, storage files flash guns, Albums, tripods, exposure meters. Gift kits, film splicers and editors Photo coloring gift sets, developing tanks And trays, enlarging easels etc. THEN Have A Very Merry Christmas and Don't forget to bring your holiday Snapshots to us REMEMBER With Kodacolor Film You hove a Choice of either replacement film Bonus prints or a 20% discount. livery service will be provided Monday, Dec. 28. Most city stores, businesses and offices are expected to be closed both Christmas Day and Boxing Day, with the exception of those retail outlets that nor- mally remain open on holidays. Only those firms with union contracts stipulating that Mon- day will be a holiday are ex- pected to be closed Monday. Most of them will be open. City hall, Canadian Western Natural Gas Co. Ltd., the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission and Calgary Power Ltd. will be closed. Beverage rooms will close at R p.m. Christmas Eve and re- main closed Christmas Day Higli winds, drifting snow, warm temps Southern Alberta was grant ed a reprieve this morning From the cold snap of the pas weeks, as a low pressure system lying in the northei >art of Alberta caused a rapid inflow of air from the Pacific The Chinook winds are ex jected to continue throughout oday and Thursday with gusts 60 making driving hazardous in spots with near zero visibility and drifting snow. While highways remain generally clear, sideroads run- ning east and west will be irone to severe drifting. Temperatures today and to- morrow during the day should near 40 above, dropping own to around zero overnight, kies will be sunny and winds average about 30 m.p.h. Tuesday's high low tem- eratures were 17 above and 17 elow respectively. Normal hours will be in effect Boxing Day. Dining lounges will be open as usual both Christmas and Boxing Day. Cabarets will be closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, but will open Boxing Day. Clubs and canteens can oper- ate on normal hours Christmas Eve and Boxing Day, closing Christmas Day. Liquor stores will close at 6 p.m. Christmas Eye and will remain closed Christmas Day and Boxing Day. There will be no garbage collection Dee. 25-27 inclusive. The collection which would have been made Christmas Day will be made Monday and the regular schedule will be fol- lowed until the end of the month. A coroner's jury today fount that Guiseppe Credico, 76 and Ilda Rota, 74 died from in juries received in a motor vein cle accident caused by the Credico vehicle going througl a red light. The Credico vehicle was in [isiori with a truck driven by Robert R. Rushford Grassy Lake at the intersection of 3rd Ave. and 13th St. S. at about 11 p.m. Nov. 1. Dr. John Hunt of the city told the court both Mr. Credico and Mrs. Rota were dead on arrival at the Lethbridge Mu- nicipal Hospital. Dr. S. H. Watson said death in both instances was caused by injuries sustained in the accident. Crown prosecutor Vaughan Hartigan called only seven wit- nesses of 13 available for testi- mony COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Avc. S. Ph. 327-5454 exnected for ball DAME TROT TAKES A Feathersfane, starring as the rambunctious Dame Trot in the forthcoming Christmas pantomime, Babes in the Wood, looks as if he's doing exercises in his sleep, buf actually he's executing a famous Feathersione fantastic fall. The pantomime, starting at and p.m. Saturday and Monday and p.m. Tuesday, also features members of the Jolliffe Academy of Dancing and a unique two- part horse. Directed, written and choreographed By Muriel Jolliffe, the annual chil- dren's show is sponsored by the Allied Arts Council. Tickets are available at Leister's Music Store. Tnxis meet to include 10 city boys Ten Lethbridge boys will be Brian Pritchard, Bruce Cuth- attending the 51st Session of Tuxis and Older Boys' Parlia- ment of Alberta in the legisla- assembly in Edmonton Dec. 26-31. David Blakely, minister of inance and national affaire, is lie only local boy holding a :abinet post. Patrick Coristine s director of public relations, .Han Pollock and David Metz, egional representatives, and Bill Latta, Greg Brennan, m proved." The Napi Association also re- ceived for the fiscal year. In approving the grant, Mr. Speaker said the department recognizes the valuable work of the friendship centres and that finances are vital to achieve the friendship centre program. SALE CHRISTMAS CENTREPIECES AND DECORATIONS OPEN TILL 6 P.M. THURSDAY MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP Marquis Hotel Bldg. McCREADY-BAlNES PHARMACY LTD. STILL HAS A GOOD SELECTION OF For LATE SHOPPERS! NEW! O Kodak Instamatic X-15 Color Outfit. Complete with carry- ing case. you flash without batteries. Total reg- ular value 30.90. QA QC CHRISTMAS SPECIAL Ct.33 LOOK! NOW AT PRE-CHRISTMAS SAVINGS! Sylvania Flash Cubes. Regular 1.77 CHRISTMAS SPECIAL ....................___1.49 Sylvania M3 Flash Bulbs. (For Polaroid Regular CHRISTMAS SPECIAL........................2.09 0 Sylvania AGI and AGIB Flash Bulbs. Regular 2.16. CHRISTMAS SPECIAL........................1.89 Throw A Little Light On The Subject by using an efficient unit from our large selection, ELECTRONIC UNITS COMPACTI INEXPENSIVE TO OPERATE! 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