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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE LETHUIDCI HERALD Thunday, January 20, 1971 One fire call in December TABER (HNS) Police and fire departments here were less active during December than in any of the preceding months or 1971. The fire department made one lire call in the MP and none in town last month. Only one ambulance call was made in town and none were made in the AID. Laic payment of ambulance accounts, however, brought the month's revenue to There remain of unpaid bills at the year-end. Of 34 convictions in magis- trate's court during December, only five were infractions of the Criminal Code, 26 under the Highway Traffic Act, and the record low of three liquor act cases. Eight other people taken in while intoxicated were releas- ed the following morning with- out appearing in court. Motor vehicle accidents, on the other hand, were the high- est in 30 months. Of the 11 re- portable accidents (over 5200 damage or personal four persons were injured and total property damage amount- ed to The other 13 minor accidents brought the total to 24, same as for June and July, 1969. TELL OF BUSINESS There are 510 business publi- cations, including annuals, with a total circulation of 4.4 million in Canada. SNOWBANK EATER High drifts around the Taber Civic Administration Building prompt the use of the MD's gianr snow blower to clear off parking areas to accommo- date employees. The twin-screw machine chews into Ihe four-foot high drifts with little effort. Gibb Photo Snow Bowl howled over by Roadrunners l By LUC1NDA LUCH1A Special Correspondent NOBLEFORD The Noble Central Junior High "snow Bowl" basketball tournament is now history. Noble Central were supreme in girls' action. Gilbert Patterson was tops in boys' ECtion. j downed Vulcan by 20-18. Hoadrunners outplayed Gil-1 Most valuable player awards bcrt Patterson Tigers in file fi-1 went to Barbara Stewart, nal game 32-17. Cheryl Sanderson, Penny Top scorer for Lhc Roadrun- Erickson and Cathy Jankunis of ners was Carolyn Sjorgen with the Roadrunners and Brenda 10 points Tops for the Tigers was Con- Roadrunners j nie Frouws with nine points. The consolation section was won by Catholic Central. They Raymond library aided with memorial books a welcome contribution. Each RAYMOND (HNS) During the year 1972 the Raymond Pub- lic Library received in cash to purchase books as memorials for friends. In addition to the cash there Through the years memorial have been a number of books book carries an inscription with name of the deceased and the donor- books to the library have been I presented as memorial books. I was won by Catholic Central. Gorzitza of the Vulcan Rebels. In boys' action it was an all- Lethbridge final. Catholic Cen- tral met Gilbert Patterson. Gil- bert Patterson won 28-21. R. Hudson was top scorer for the victors with 10 points. Ted Stilson was tops for Cath- olic Central with seven points. The consolation event was won by Vulcan. Most valuable player awards went to Trevor Esau of the Noble Central Bruce Maclean of Vulcan, R. Collier of Gilbert Patterson, Steve De- al recreation" board and the vie of Catholic Central and M. provincial apartment of cul- Bakjry of Patterson. tare B. C. Tre- maine, president of a city car- tage firm, has purchased two old circus wagons. The wagons, built in the 1920s, will remo- delled at a cost of and put on display at the city's summer exhibition. Tremaine is a carni- val-circus buff who spends leisure time visiting circuses and carnivals, touring circus museums and collecting circus and carnival memorabilia. INSURANCE Serving you with INTEGRITY STABILITY EXPERIENCE For ever 60 yean We all kindi of INSURANCE HOMI-BUSINISS-FARM- AUTO-ond UFG and can save you MONEY SS SEE US SOON- A continuous family enterprise for over 60 years 706 3rd Av.. S., Uthbridge fhon. HONOR FLYERS Dr. John Walker, centre, and Hayley Aycock, right, both of Fort Macleod, receive gifti of photograph albums com- memorating their participa- tion In the Abingdon, England to Victoria, B.C. Centennial Air Race last year. They were honored at Ihe rcccut chamber banquet. CAMERA IN THE HOCKEY NET See I he most exciting hockey shots ever, this Salurdny in Weekend Magazine. Photo- grapher Frank Prazak figured out how 1o get fiction shall right from Ihe goalie's net, Andy O'Brien explaini how if was done and you can see the thrilling results IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE DO-IT-YOURSELF Save on storewide Price breakthrough on Prefinished WALL PANELS prelinished wall panels add rich, natural beauty to feature walls or entire rooms. Now priced to save you MORE! 4' X 8' PREFINISHED MAHOGANY Budget-priced panels for home or collage. Limited quantities. 4' X 8' WOODGRAIN HARDBOARD Handsome Citation wall panels in many attractive finishes with easy-to clean surface. WELDWOOD "MEDITERRANEAN" SERIES 4' x 8' prefinished woodgrain panels in "Monterey "Riviera Ash" and "Moreno Rosewood" finishes. LEPAGES PANEL ADHESIVE No nails to mar surlace! Makes do-it-yourself panelling so easy! One cartridge does 3 or 4 panels. We Pledge Satisfaction DON PICKETT, Manager 3rd Ave. and 17th St. S. Phone 328-4461 OPEN MONDAY TO SATURDAY 8 A.M. TO P.M Before You Buy... 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