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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 24, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD Mondty, ftbrmry 24, 1978 Farewell, bon voyage Photos by Rick Colin Shaw Bill Groenen PRESIDENT VIRTUE SAYS GOODBYE DORIS GUENTER, 15, HELPS WITH LCI CLEANUP GHYSLAIN BRIAND, 12, EXPRESSES QUEBEC'S JOY IN VICTORY GAMES FLAG IS LOWERED BEFORE BEING PRESENTED TO QUEBEC TEAM VIP SLEIGH TEAM BECAME TANGLED Model 4018 Hoover IRON Fabric guide, right or left cord, stainless steel soleplate. Reg. SPECIAL 13 99 CALL HOUSEWARES 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Woman hit, hospitalized A. Lethbridge woman is in good condition in hospital after she was struck by a car at a.m. this morning as she walked along 13th Street South. City police said Gwendolyn jSawyer, 609 33rd St. was walking along the street in the traffic lane at the intersection, of 13th Street and 12th Avenue when she was struck by a southbound car driven by James McGmty, 1810 14th Ave. S. Officials at St. Michael's CMMtd Duntil Mtclwnlc CLIFF BLACK, BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-912! Can Rheumatic Fever Be Prevented? Unfortunately its cause is not com- pletely clear. We do know that about half of all cases have had tonsilitis or a sore throat from one to four weeks before. .It must be recognized before the heart is seriously injured. Only a physician can diagnose it. Protect your children. Always consult your Doctor when they haye a fever. or sore throat. If the-diagnosis is early, rheumatic fever Is not as dangerous. George and Rod My..., Miles Vards Kilometers Meiers Litres Cubic Centimeters Temperatures a real wizard come In tor your compli-' mentary "Metric Conversion Guide." DRAFFIN'S DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN RODNEY Ml-MlM.I. Hospital said the woman is in hospital for observation for In another accident, at p.m. Saturday, a Lethbridge woman suffered minor In- juries and was taken to St. Michael's Hospital. She was released Sunday: City-police said Brenda Jean Pedersen, 916 21 St. S., suffered bruises on both legs. Police said she was driving her car north on Mayor Magrath Drive in the centre lane and as she entered the intersection at 5th Avenue she came in collision with a car driven by Marlies Lawlor, 2707 7th Ave. N., who was travelling south on Mayor Magrath Drive and was mak- ing a left turn at 5th Avenue. A passenger in the Pedersen .vehicle, Laurie Miller, 606 29th St. S., was treated and released from St. Michael's .Hospital for minor injuries. Marlies Lawlor was not hurt. Damage was estimated at City police are investigating a three car collision Friday at p.m. where two people suffered minor injuries and were treated at St. Michael's Hospital and released. Police said a car driven by William Howell, 41212th St. C. N., was stopped on 19th Street North and 5th Avenue, facing south. A car driven by Antonin Spankovich, 732 19th St. N. was going to turn at 19th Street from Sth Avenue. A third car, driven by Robert George Goodwin of Edmonton, was going west on 5th Avenue and collided with the right side of- the Spankbvich vehicle which in turn collided with the right side of the Howell vehicle. Damage was estimated at Mr. Spankovich and a passenger in his car, Anna Spankovich, and released from St. Michael's Hospital. City Scene Sound gear session tonight The second of four two-hour free consumer programs on stereo sound equipment starts tonight at 8 in the theatre gallery of the Lethbridge Public Library. Other free events scheduled for the library theatre gallery this week include.: travelogue Wednesday by Alice fakacs, 8 p.m., with slides and commentary on Miss Takacs' 1972 visit to Hungary; Cine Chautauqua Friday, p.m., features films on the Prairies with Hard Rider, a look at Kenny McLean and the rodeo circuit; Vancouver poet recites Tuesday A Vancouver poet will read his work at 8 p.m: Tuesday in the public library. Gary Geddes has edited two anthologies, as well as writing his own books. Oxf am garners Lottery prizes still unclaimed More than has-been contributed by Southern Albertans to the Oxfam egg HI -Mi Am. MM1M LETHBRIDGE METRO New Democratic Party 1. Election of Officers 2. Nominating Meeting for Lethbridge West Wed, Fab. p.m. Rainbow Hill-1401-5 Ave. North QUEST SPEAKER: Mr. Mitchell, AltMrta Ftdtration of Labour IflMrlM by LvtMtrMfft Metro NDP Pwtjf MTQIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC PIKXM32I-4M5 project, Walter Smith of the Oxfam committee reports. The project, running from Dec. 19 to April 30, is to raise the money for four million Alberta eggs to be processed and sent to the Indian state of Bihar. About must be raised from .the four western provinces. Contributions may be sent to Post Office Box 12 000. Winter Games officials are having more success selling lottery tickets than they are finding holders of winning tickets. After five: early bird draws, Games lottery, prgahizers.are hunting for the winners of a new car, two Hawaiian vacations and cash. Winning tickets drawn Sun- day in the fifth pre draw include: A 171387, a trip for two to Hawaii; and A508342 and A532893, both for Unclaimed winning tickets include: first draw: A490601, second: A568726, and A543824, Hawaii holiday; third: A153823, and fourth draw: A525089, and new car. Lottery manager Garry Johnson said today that the Games has sold tickets for the final draw March 17. Top cash prize is He said unclaimed'lottery prizes must, by law, go to the provincial attorney general for disposal. He said the at- torney general would probably donate unclaimed prizes to the Games. Delivery service extended West Letter delivery service will be extended to the West Lethbridge and Churchill Heights districts March 3. Residents may telephone the post office inquiry number to find their postal codes. They have previously used their business addresses or have used general delivery. FOX DENTURE CLINIC Est. 1922 PHONE 1274H9 E. 1. P. FOX, C.D.M. FOX LETHIMNE DENTAL LAB 204 MEDICAL DENTAL BERGMAN'S NEW LOCATION I PALLISER I DISTILLERY 9th AVENUE NORTH CONTRACT CJUKT KMWWS FUMM COVTJMU mt CMKT SPECIAL WAREHOUSE PRICES Jutt get on 9th Avmiw North and go BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERING AVPHIIP N I'honp n NOMINATION MEETING for LIBERAL CANDIDATE LETHBRIDGE EAST MARQUIS HOTEL BANQUET ROOM 8 p.m. TUESDAY, FEB. 25 Guest Speaker Will Be ALBERTA LIBERAL LEADER JNICKTAYLOR For furttttr Information phoM 328-1671 or 327-3359 inMrMd by to. LtHibtMft P. lltoml AtwcMton ;