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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DISNEYLAND HOLIDAY Dec. 26th thru Jan. 2nd ONLY Includei rtn. Air fart Calgary Loi Angelit. Accommodation at Inn of Tomorrow or Agreliminary hearing is design- id to give interveners in. the tearing an opportunity to iden- tify themselves and ask Cal- gary Power further details on items. At the close of the prelimin- ary hearing a date will be set or the actual hearing. A Calgary Power official said t is the first time in 61 years he company has sought a rate ncrease. Calgary Power reduced its rates in 1961 and 1965, he said. 'In essence, Calgary Power rill be asking that the 1965 be reinslituted. We'll be aking back the decrease grant- ed in 1965." The average 15 per cent in- crease, he said, will mean an additional cost of about a lonlh for direct farm and resi- dential customers. The iii- rcase to Lethbridge homeown- :rs, however, would not be as nuch because "we don't sup- ily the whole load to the city." said. Express your love and senti- ments lo family and friends wilh q pbrlrait crealed espe- cially for you CHRISTMAS PORTRAIT SPECIAL One SxlO" Framed and Four Custom Portrait! Mounted Package Combination TEL. 328-0111 Make Your Appointment Now Open Evenings and Holidayi by appointment until Chriilmaj A. E. CROSS STUDIO 710 3rd Ave. S. TEl. Fire hquarters loan approved City council Monday approved a loan for con- struction of new fire department headquarters and training facilities at No. 2 Fire Hall on the north side. There was some question concerning the necessity of train- ing facilities for local firemen. Aldermen Steve Kotch and Vera Ferguson voted against the borrowing bylaw en that basis. Aid. Ferguson was skeptical about the amount of hours the training facilities would be used. Utility director Oliver Erdos said they would be used a few hours each day. Now, local firemen get their basic training at Lloydmin- ster, Mr. Erdos said. Once that training is completed, there is only limited on-the-job training here. With the new' facili- ties, training be "a continuous Mr. Erdos said. He added the lack of daily training has been considered by insurance underwriters as "one of the city's greatest defi- ciencies" when establishing insurance coverage. As a further justification for a training centre. Cily Man- ager Tom Nutting said rural community officials have request- ed the use of Ihe new facilities here. Aid. Bill Kergan said, "It's true there's noi many fires here, but when we have one our firemen must know how to fight it." A majorily of council agreed. The debate on the training facilities appeared to be in- cidental. Mr. Erdos said most of the would be used in construction of the headquarters. Mem remanded Maurice Crow Spreads His Wings, 22-year-old resident of Moses Lake on the Blood In- dian Reserve, was remanded in police custody until Wednesday when he appeared in provincial judge's court in Cardston Mon- day charged with attempted murder. Special Constable George Lit- tle Shields, 27, was released from hospital Monday after be- ing shot in the shoulder Sunday night wliile on routine patrol in a marked police car in Moses Lake area. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schworti Bids. 222 Sin St. S. Phono 328-4095 WESTBEND SUPERHEALTH DEEP FRYER Completely for easy clean- ing cast aluminum. Con- ducts heat evenly and quickly. Heavy gauge will not warp or buckle. Ele- ment" is cast in pan nof brazed on bottom assures trouble free performance. Regular 18.95 SPECIAL, ONLY Call Housewares 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Don't let Ihis Smiling Face become this empty space Remember il with Pictures. Our CAMERA SALE is now jn Progress PENIAX SPOTMATIC 11-1.8 lens, with case 249.95 PENTAX SPOTMATIC 11-1.4 lens, with case 279.95 PENTAX ES-1.8 lens, wilh case 453.50 RJJICA ST701-1.B lent, case 199.95 ROtLEIFlEX S135-1.8 lens, with case ARGUS COSINA-1.8 lens, wilh case ROttEl Soft case ROLLEI 35-Black-Soft case RICOH HI COtOR 35-Wilh case KONICA C35-Wilh case KONICA C35 AUTOMATIC-Wilh case 90.oO YASHICA ELECTRO 35-Wifh cose CANNON CANNONET Qt 1.9-With case 119 95 HONEYWEIL VISTAMATIC 615-Wilh case SsisO 39995 209.35 213.B5 64.95 MINOLTA AL-F-Wilh case. 69.95 CANNON CANNONET case.......... PI.95 KONICA AUTOMATIC S2-WHh case........... 39.95 YASHICA MINIMATIC EL-Wiih cose.......... Ps'gS KONICA AUTOREFLEX T-1.8 lens, wilh case. 279.95 "Where Salos Arc Backed By Service" McCREADY-BAINES 614 3rd Avo. South Free Delivery ;