Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
CHRISTMAS HOCKEY SPECIAL CHICAGO BLACK HAWKS vs VANCOUVER CANUCKS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 26lh Return Air Faro, Accommodation, Admisiion Only S88 For reservations and information contact BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE Centre Villaflo Phone 328-3201 or 328-8184 "BUTTE TRAVEL SERVICE-AS NEAR AS YOUR TELEPHONE" The Lethbiickje Herald SECOND SECTION Lolhbridge, Alberta, Monday, November 30, 1970 PAGES 11 TO 22 PLANNING A PARTY? SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITE (Special Prices on Bulk Orders) ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-8161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 Development highlights tonight's council meet Chinook arch short-lived as storm moves into south area Drifting snow expected as winter hangs on Southern Albertans were warned this morning to brace for dropping temperatures and five to eight inches of snow- fall today and Tuesday. A large weather system cen- tred in B.C. and the north- Trailer court Coalhurst Mobile Homes, a trailer court at Coal- hurst has opened. The 70-unit court was built by J. M. Look Holdings of Lethbridge. western U.S. was expected to move slowly eastword covering all of Alberta with snow by this evening. By Tuesday afternoon five to eight inches of snow was ex- pected to cover the region. Northeast winds of 20 to 30 m.p.h. were expected to cause heavy drifting. More than three inches of snow had fallen in the Peace River region by ear- ly this morning. Temperatures started slip- ping early today and were ex- pected to continue their down- ward trend Tuesday. Highs today in Alberta were expected to be in the 10 to 15 degrees above range except in the Lethbridge region where highs were to be in the 25-30 range with snow and drifting Tile low tonight is expected to be in the zero to five above range with the high Tuesday near zero. Sunday's high in Lethbridge was 40 above with an overnight low of 10 aboye. For the same period last year a record high of 53 was established with a low of 28. The record low of more than 19 below was estab- lished in 1905. Batteiy Special! EXIDE COMMERCIAL WITH S YEAR WARRANTY ONLY 28 .96 EACH Lethbridge Battery Co. 217 12th St. B South Phone 327-5587 The Gift That Will Keep On Giving A PORTABLE DISHWASHER Top load Rinse and hold Pots and pans Fine china cycle Daily load cycle Soft food dispenser Detergent dispenser Rinse glo dispenser 15 place settina 349 Available in Avocado and Harvestif Gold. __________ i Buy It! Try it for a month Tiicn if you can live without il! Bring it Back! Lethbridge block gets quota Lethbridge and Medicine Hat shipping blocks have been add- ed to the general two-bushel wheat quota. The Canadian wheat board made the announcement in Winnipeg Monday. A Federal drains Ltd. offi- cial in Lethbridge estimates the wheat board must feel there is sufficient elevator space in southern Alberta now to accommodate the quota in- crease, but says there may not be that much wheat delivered. Under the year-old block sys- tem of grain handling, the same quotas apply to every IF IT'S WORTHWHILE FRAMING SEE THE FRAMING SPECIALISTS DOWNTOWN ON FIFTH AVENUE block, but shipments may be staggered1 to allow some areas to clean up grain which is re- quired at export terminals. Southern Alberta has been shipping barley. It seems many farmers in Stirling girl wins books a 10-year-old resident of Stirling had a ques- tion, so she decided to send it to The Herald's new "Ask Andy" column. Her question, "Why do deer shed their antlers every was selected and is answered in today's paper on Page 16. Donna will receive a 20-volume set of the World Book Encyclo- pedia for her qeustion. Ask Andy has been included on The Herald's comics and features page weekdays for the past six weeks, and Donna was the first southern Alberta win- ner. Donna is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hofer. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-2822____ southern Alberta delivered their wheat quota in durum earlier in the year. Durum is applicable to the over-all wheat quota. "People who have delivered their two-bushel advance dur- um quota will now have to wait for another general quota said the grain com- pany official. Development proposals high- light the agenda for tonight's meeting of city council. Among them is a bottling plant and news magazine and toy wholesale business in the city's industrial park. Lelhbridge Bottling Co. has made an application on behalf of Agra Industries Ltd. to buy Local groups seeking dollars Delegates for Meals on Wheels, AID and the commit- tee for a rehabilitation house for alcoholic women, will ap- pear Tuesday before the advi- sory board of the Lethbridge preventive social services, to request dollar support. AID, advice, information and direction, has been in operation for years as a part-time referral service under the vol- unteer work of Mrs. may Thurston with a six member board of directors. AID board chairman said it has been shown in this city there is a need for a volunteei services co-ordinator and it must be on a full-time basis. A total budget of has been requested by AID with of the amount to be raised by the board from the public. Meals on Wheels, which transports hot meals for elder- ly persons unable to leave their homes, has been in operation since September of this year without requesting money from any organizations. Bill Kergan executive member of the boarc said, "the organization is in pretty good shape with m e a charges and donations." However, the organization will be unable to continue its rapidly increasing service without an organized budget he said. The total budget for the year requested is A Committee to organize E rehabilitation house for al- coholic women in Lethbridge has been meeting for five months to prepare a budget Included in the board of direc tors are members of the John Howard Society, Lethbridge Friendship Centre, Salvation Army, Indian Affairs, AA Al Anon, YWCA, a native cour: worker and sons. rehabilitated per- r. Meet Gary! GARY LIND Gary is our newest sales repre- sentative but has a vast knowledge of office stationery, having worked in our store for the past 3 years. He is most anxious to serve you. CHINOOK STATIONERS LTD. 306 13th St. N. Phone 327-4591 Draflin'j hove a complete selection of Toiletries for Men and Women and we gift wrap FREE on any article purchased. DRAFFIN'S DOWNTOWN ROD 327-3279 DISPENSARY GEORGE 328-6133 FREE DELIVERY DISCONTINUED COLORS -IN- SUPER KEM TONE AND KEM GLO SUPER KEM TONE QUARTS iOU KEM GLO 69' Vi PINTS QUARTS ;.95 2-15 GALLONS 7-95 APPLEBLOSSOM MORNING SUN PINK CHIFFON SATINWOOD JUNIPER HONEYCOMB ROSE TAUPE LIMETONE AQUAMODt NIAGARA BLUE SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINT WALLPAPER PHONE 327-8321 321 6th ST. S. Tlie total budget requested, which includes rent, renova- tions, three counsellors, a house mother, training pro- grams and furnishings, comes to a total of for the first year of operation. Speed labels for mail out soon Commencing Dec. 1, the post office will be distributing Christmas speed labels to all householders, boxholders and business firms in the area, for use during the Christmas rash period. In order to speed up the sort- ing and delivery of letters the public is asked to tie letters in bundles for local, out of town, or first class mail, using the labels provided. Deadline date for out ot town mail is Dec. 13, local Dec. IT- Over three million pieces of letter mail alone will be han- dled at this office during the rush. five acres of land in the park as the site for the new plant and the land sales committee is recommending the sale be approved. Council will also have before it a zoning bylaw amendment that would allow mulli family dwellings in three types o( commercial zones. The amendment is the result of an application by Schwartz Agencies Ltd. for a commer- cial resident development on 13th St. N. near the Centre Village Mall. According to plans, the struc- ture will have five retail out- lets on the main floor and eight suites on the second. The bylaw limits the type of development in each of the three zones. The maximum height allowed is 40 feet. A proposed high -_rise hotel in Shoppers' World is also on the agenda, again. Art Batty, president of Shop- pers' World Ltd. is to present a revised plot plan for the de- velopment, wlu'ch was turned down by the Municipal Plan- ning Commission last week be- cause parking and density re- quirements were not met. One delegation opposing the closure of 4th Ave. S. is expect- ed, although the bylaw itself is not included on the agenda. The agenda contains letters from private citizens both for and against the development. The city's 1971 1975 capital budget will also be distributed to council members tonight. No discussion on the budget is expected this evening. COMPLETE CARPET AND LINOLEUM INSTALLATION HAMILTON'S FLOOR COVERING LTD. 909 3rd Ave. S. 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