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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta SKI VACATIONS Inquire re Ski Holidays available Banff laurentians Colorado ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL Phone 328-3201 The Lethbtid SECOND SECTION Lelhbridge, Alberta, Monday, December 27, 1971 PAGES 15 TO 20 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 -till AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA SEE US FOR AIL YOUR OPTICAL NEEDS FIFTY-SECOND SESSION The Tuxis and Older Boys- Parliament of Alberta convened Sunday at the Universtiy of Lethbridge. In the picture at left. Premier Don Jansen, left, and Deputy Premier John Tuttle, both of Edmonton, are sworn in. Al right, Tuxis Parliament Lieutenant-Gover- nor Chief Judge L. S. Turcotte reads the Speech from the Throne. Beside him is Speaker of the House Doug Eeechy. 'r City was quiet over Christmas (low of lire liquor store had been smashed, llio store had been entered and two cases of whisky and several bottles of police investigated one I iiatl been taken shortly be- and arrested Ihrcc Christmas Day. One person received minor injuries yhcn cars driven by Felix Jlariy, Mr. 7lh fit. S. (uld This Christmas holiday was i litllM quieter than last ,n say I.e'hbridgc police of- iicnls. Oily break-in men, investigated one major and three minor traffic acci- dents, arrested and charged three impaired drivers and jail- Tcrry Jlelvin Schaufert, 1815 10 drunks. i lllh Ave. N. collided at the in- The three men arrested were (lerseclion of 13th Si. and 7th chuged with breaking and en-! Ave. S. tering the North Ijcthbridge AS-1 Dorecn May Kchaufeit. a pas- berta Liquor store, 334 Kith St. I senger in the Schaufert car was K. I taken to St. Michael's General They arc: Francis Zugo, Al-1 Hospital, treated and released. Ion Carl Desjarlnis and Julius Vn cent Wolfe, all of the Loth- bridge district. Police said the charges re- sulted after the, front-door win- just may warm up Runs to Friday Christmas Day weather in Lethbridge brought 2.8 inches of new snow and temperatures colder than last year but well above record lows for the day. The outlook for the week is for continuing warmer temper- atures. Old problem The combination of and the highway was first rec- ognized as a problem in Today the thermometer was expected to reach 15 degrees above with sunny periods and winds gusting to 20 m.p.h. from the southwest. On Dec. 25 the temperatures were seven bslow dropping to and was shown to be a serious one in 1924. 16 below, toward evening. Christmas Day was overcast, with new snow bringing the to- i tal on the ground to seven in- alcohol cnes I'S11' winds all day from the north-northwest. The records for the day were 54 above in 1947 and 24 below in 1933 and 1934. from all of us to you! Gordon Sherwood, Bill Hope and Staff There be no sale this Tuesday Dec. Sale on Jan. 4th. Southwest Auction Services 2508 2 Ave. N. Ph. 327-1222 JANUARY FUR SALE CANADIAN MINK JACKETS Reg. Last year on Christmas Day temperatures ranged from 24 to 40 above. The forecast for the week is for temperatures a little above the seasonal average with var- iable cloudiness and the chance of some snow ill western moun- tains. ABILITY AFFECTED The ability to concentrate on two activities simultaneously- such as steering end is affected at very low blood alcohol concentration. WE HAVE MOVED ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC 222- -5th St. S. SCHWARTZ BLDG. 328-4095 HP luxis The fifty second session of the Tuxis and Older Boys' Parliament of Alberta conven- ed Sunday at the University of Lethbridge. In ils own words, the inter- j denominational parliament is a "Christian Organization that seeks to instruct and train boys to walk a second mile." In his speech from the throne, Lieutenant Governor Chief Judge L. S. Turcoite stated that while it was important that an institution study its purpose through an awareness of its past, it must not lose sight of its mission in doing so. Intcrprovindal affairs, he said, had greatly improved during the past year. The inter- est in other parliaments was stimulated by an emphasis on increased communication. Judge Turcotte asked inter- est and concern from new Tuxis members, and requested j The parliament will end Its the honest and complete ex 1971 session Friday, Dec. 31. aminetion of all resolutions to It is open to the public, with bo discussed during the assem- bly. sessions held in Room C740 at the U of L. BISSETT ELECTRIC (1971) 226 12 St. A. North Phone 327-7508 NOW UNDER THE NEW OWNERSHIP OF LEON J. GAJKOWSKi Authorized Dealer and Service Centre for BRITISH SEAGULL The Best Outboard Molar for tho World! is pleased to announce the opening of their Southern Alberta Branch. Our present office on 12th St. and 3rd Ave. S. will be relocated at our new premises in the COLIEGE MALL, EFFECTIVE JAN.3, 72 Management and Staff and C.l.S. agents wish to extend SEASONS GREETINGS to all their customers and friends. 000 11TC OUR NEW PHONE NUMBER IS I ot city gets expensive these clay Playmates for new Trndean? Christpjas in the future will have a double meaning for i two recent arrivals to the city. Both were born on Christ- mas Day. Both are yet un- named. A seven pnund-13 ounce baby girl was born to Mr. and' Mrs. Walter Faber, 3317 5 Ave. A S. Her first Christ- mas started at p.m. in the Lctbbridgc Municipal Hospital. Down the street about 10 hours later, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wandler, 110 Parkview Trailer Court, had a seven pound-10 ounce baby boy. lie was born at. p.m. in St. Michael's General Hos- pital. Damage to both cars totalled and the cause of the ac- cident was reported to be an unsafe turn. There were no injuries in the three minor accidents and total damage amounted to S850. Three persons were arrested md charged with impaired driving Christmas Eve. A city police official said they had not. wanted to arrest any- one for being drunk during the holiday, hui some of the per- sons arrested were found pass- ed out in gutters and alleys and "something had to be done with them, so rather than let them freeze to death we brought them to jail." KILLER Studies show that a larga percentage of adult passengers killed in auto accidents also have a high blood alcohol level especially passengers killed in single-vehicle accidents. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822 Six persons pleaded guilty in Lethbridge magistrate's court to various forms of theft in Lethbridge. Shoplifting was the most common theft, with four per- sons being fined each when they pleaded guiltjMo the charge. Each of the items stol- en was valued at less than Only two of the shoplifters were able to pay the fine the Registrations will continue Registration for the provin- cial government's Priority Em- j caught in possession of I I..... ...III, same day and Judge L. W. Hudson granted the other two, two weeks to pay. In setting the fine Judge Hud- son said. "If shoplifting is a gsnie, then the S100 fine is the entry fee if this kind of theft continues. I'll have to start im- posing jail terms instead of fines." Two Lethbridge youths also pleaded guilty So charges of I theft of a motor vehicle, theft i of a motor vehicle engine and theft of a carburetor and were i remanded in custody for one i week to await a pre-scntcncing I report and sentencing. Court was told Lee Gordon Wright and John Kiefuik had FOR THE FESTIVE SEASON Carpets Walls Floors Ceilings Windows Storm Windows JANITOR SERVICES COMMERCIAL AND DOMESTIC BONDED INSURED QUALITY WORKMANSHIP PHONE 327-1272 GREY AND BLACK (DYED) PERSIAN LAMB M COATS Reg. 1 YEARS WRITTEN GUARANTEE NATURAL MUSKRAT FUN FURS Reg. SPECIAL SELECT YOUR NEW YEAR'S DRESS NOW AND SAVE 10% TO 30% O OFF I I I NEW YORK FURS 04A 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-327 "Soivico and Quality for over 32 Years" GET HAPPY NEW YEAR INSURANCE This type of insurance policy is not sold by any broker and there arc no bad risks, no collation clauses and no premiums to pay. You insure yourself of enjoying the New Year by re- solving now to boftor caro of your health in 1972. As one of your "good health" agents, we would like to suggest that you include the following when you make out your policy good diet to stay at or get to your proper weight, enough of Ihe right exercise, kicking those bad habits known to bo harmful to your health and most important of all, scheduled physical check-ups by your family phy- sician. CAPSULES OF WISDOM BY GEORGE and ROD Our Family Record System personalizes your Prs- scriptlon history permanently. No bother when you forget your number, Dluo Cross easily sup- plied when lost. Deal in one Pharmacy for an in- tact reference for doctor's information. DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN GEORGE RODNEY Haig Modical Bldg. 401 5th St. S. 601 6th Ave. S. Frco Delivery Cnll 328-6133 Call 327-3364 ployment Program at the Leth- bridge Community continue between Christmas and New Year's. Students may register at the college between a.m. and p.m. Monday, Dec. 27 to Thursday, Dec. 30. Many courses in the govern- ment-sponsored program are slated to start Jan. 3. pick-up truck loaded engine and carburetor which college Waym' Bailey. 1262 Till Ave. S. The truck was re- porled stolen from Bailey's yard Dec. to. EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAIR 317 7th STREET SOUTH AND FURNACE AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE Chcirlfon Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3388 R.DRHR IEAVSTT PHOTOGRAPHY FILM DEVELOPING LOWEST PRICES FAST PICKUP AND DELIVERY SERVICE 122 8lh Street South Phone 328-2862 (24 hrs.) SERVICES Festive Gowns Take A Romantic Whirl Through The Holidaysl So sophisticated. So female. Everything is in tliR lines that define. The fluid flow of ele- gant fabric. The dramatic touch- es of dazzle. If you're inter- ested in making a few mem- ies this holiday season, come in and see our slinky, starlit col- lection. PRIMROSE SHOP Phono 327-2244 Open Thursday Until 9 p.m. 326 5th STREET SOUTH PHONE 327-8578 FOR ANNUAL TUESDAY, DEC. 28th WATCH FOR OUR JANUARY RED TAG INVENTORY REDUCTION SALE FULL PAGE ADVERTISEMENT TO APPEAR JAN. 3rd IN THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD WATCH FOR IT! WAIT FOR IT! DON'T MISS IT! ;