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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 28, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, December ?8, 1974 Games advance tickets popular Advance ticket certificates to events at the 1975 Canada Winter Games are selling better than expected accoiding to the Games public relations department More than 500 certificates Chamber questions members Members of the Lethbndge Chamber of Commerce will be asked to respond to a questionnaire early in January giving opinions on civic provincial and federal government affairs The Chamber will then use its members' response to the 15 questions as a guide when formulating policy statements and forwarding briefs to government bodies The questionnaire probes opinion on what the term quality of life in Lethbndge means to members, seminars on housing traffic problems importance of the 1975 Canada Winter Games and tenure for aldermen Provmcially it asks about provincial-federal activity related to oil and gas and whether the provincial government is servicing Southern Alberta effectively The Chamber also has announced it will be co- operating with the Lethbndge Community College in January in the presentation of a course on how to start a business The course is to be offered over 10 Tuesdays beginning Jan 28 have been sold to date with the sale to continue for another three days The certificates provide holders with first choice of tickets to any event during the first sale of Games tickets between Jan 2 and 11 The remaining event tickets are to be offered for sale from Jan 13 to Feb 22 Admission to the opening ceremonies is and 50 cents to for all other events The gift certificates can be purchased at the Winter Games office, 1804 3rd Ave S today, Monday and Tuesday There are still about 4 500 certificates available The Canada Winter Games Society is still accepting applications from potential Games cooks who, if selected, will prepare vegetables and cook breakfast Feb 11 to 23 Persons interested may arrange an interview for Monday or Tuesday by contacting the Winter Games office FOX DENTURE CLINIC Est 1922 PHONE 327-6565 ESP FOX, C D M FOX LETHBRIDGE DENTAL LAB 204 MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG RICK ERVIN photos Lethbndge Community ws College" place to be. Old Timers' annual Some 650 members and guests of the Lethbndge and District Oldtimers Pemmican Club assembled at the Lethbndge Pavilion Friday for the 89th annual New Years dance Club President Dan McEwen led the Grand March, which concluded with the singing of Auld Lang Syne, top Fiddler Ken Krogman, was one of the members of the Les Handley Orchestra of Coaldale who set the pace, left, while Stuart and Nona Davis of Edmonton easily kept m step Legion officers BOW ISLAND (Special) Ken Schmidt has been named president of.the Bow Island branch of the Royal Canadian Legion Other officers are Ev Hall, first vice president, Ron Calder, second vice president, Dons Hyland, secretary, Jim Wallwork, treasurer, and Ron Hyland, welfare officer SCHOOL OF AGRICULTURE Vocational Agriculture Agricultural Mechanics Commercial Cooking Chef Training Meat Technician SCHOOL OF APPLIED ARTS AND SCIENCES Communication Arts Journalism Radio Arts Law Enforcement Outdoor Recreation and Con- servation Education Conservation Enforcement Community and Youth Leadership SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Business I Business II Secretarial Program Medical, Legal, Executive Secretary Physical Education Renewable Resources Management Recreational Lands Management General Recreation College and University Prepar- atory University Transfer Secretarial Program Accounting, Data Process- ing, General (Clerk Typist) City Scene Horner to speak here Jan. 10 Deputy Premier Hugh Horner will speak Jan 10 at a Lethbndge Chamber of Commerce manpower seminar, the Chamber has announced The seminar at the El Rancho Convention Centre, will begin at noon with a luncheon at which Dr Horner will speak At 2 p m local representatives of agriculture manufacturing, construciton development and the service industries will brief presentations Afterwards the session will be thrown open to discussion and resolutions The cost of the seminar is Woman injured in mishap Yule light winners announced We wish ALL our Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR SMILEY'S PLUMBING Phone 328-2176 Ronson 7 Speed Solid State Push Button BLENDER Crushes tray loads of ice without attachments Exclusive wide base design with large blades for fast blending Takes whole fruits and vege tables without pre slicing 48 oz carafe design for table serving Detaches for easy cleaning Reg. 64.95 SPECIAL 49" Gill Housiwiris 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Charges may be laid as the result of a two car collision in the city late Friday afternoon SCHOOL OF HEALTH SERVICES Nursing (Diploma and RN) SCHOOL OP TECHNOLOGY AND TRADES ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC SdWMlzlMf 2225ASt.S Phone 328-4095 Drafting Technician and Technology Electronic Technician and Technology Automotives Welding Welcome to a career. Call 327-2141 and ask for Career Information REGISTRATION FOR WINTER SEMESTER FRIDAY, JANUARY MOVING? CALL OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES There was one minor injury City police are investigating the accident which occurred at 5 p m at 10th Street and 6th Avenue South Rowland Hemmaway, 57, of 1264 4th Ave S was driving west on 6th Avenue when he collided with the rear end of a car driven by Lillian Ramage, 42 711 10th St S A 27-year-old Lethbndge woman is in fairly good condi- tion m Municipal Hospital to- day following a single vehicle accident early today one mile east of Lethbndge on Highway 4 RCMP said Mona Chief- moon injured her right shoulder and forearm when the car, driven by her father, Victor Chiefmoon, 202 13th St S left the road and went into a ditch TABER (HNS) Dick DeHeer of 4832 57th Ave has won the Taber Chamber of Commerce award for the best-decorated residence over the Christmas season Bodie's Clothing Ltd 5320 49th Ave won the prize in the commercial category Chamber director Dave Turtle said judges were disap- pointed in commercial decorations this year Few businessmen decorated both inside and front windows of their establishments, he said Cinderella ends tonight Tickets will be available at the door for tonight's showing of Cinderella at the Yates Memorial Centre Shows on Thursday and Fri- day of Muriel Jollhffe's pan- tomime production of the fairy tale Cinderella were sold out Shows begin at 2 30 p m and 7 30 p m The Staff of the LOTUS RESTAURANT FUN INN Would like to wish their customers and friends a HAPPY NEW YEAR We will be Open New Year's Eve until 3 a.m. and New Year's Day 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Phone Early for Delivery 327-2297 or 327-0240 Certified Mechanic CLIFF BLACK, BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Lower Level PHONE 327-2822 HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324-9th SI. 8. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Bride Books fhenk You (24 Hour Service II Necnury) We provide complimentary personalized head table place cards with each order1 FREE CUSTC PARKINS SHORT STOP AUTO LTD. We Service what we Mil and guarantee what we service. Have our technicians get your car ready for winter now. SHORT STOP AUTO LTD. 6 Ave. A Street S. Phone 32V-olvo 328-6586 (VOLVO) ;