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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Plan Your Hawaiian Vacation Now. Wo Roprosont Funsookcts Jcl Away Tours CP Air FunSun Advonturo Tours Ploasuruma Tours ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MAIL PHONE 320-3201 lethbridge Hcral SECOND SUCTION' LclhbridKC, Alberta, Friday, August 4, 1972 1JAGKS 15 TO NOW IN OUR LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFE'jSIOIJAl ELOG. 740 Illi S. PHONE 323-7121 "Do you u pair of rjlai'.Li for V 'i ri- Jy'4 -Jf i, r'42Zs x S'V: "1, x WET START The Lelhbridgo end District Youlh Rec- reation Association look ils first step Thursday opening iho 15-25 Golf Club, Official water turn-on cere- Youth golf club's heralds start of new monies to fill the course's man-mode lake brought re marks from Mayor Ancty Anderson; chamber of com- merce president. Terry Bland; Lou Wylie, first major don- or; Reg Turner, board president; and John Fildes, charier member of the board. Sitting near the pipe opening arc several of ihe junior high school students who have been to develop the greens for a clubhouse will be built during ihe will be open in ihe spring of 1973. le course. The nier, and Ihe courso Kerber Photo By MARLENR COOKSHAW Herald Staff Writer Approximately 40 local busi- nessmen and dignitaries at- tendee] the official water turn- on ceremonies held Thursday at the site of the future 15-25 Golf Club. The ceremonies were the first step towards the official opening of the club, which will be staged in spring, Tho water was turned on to begin filling tho lake, which covers Hi acres and has a maximum depU] of 16 feet. At a radio .signal, city water works employees opened n pump- house valve ami five minutes later, water reached the lake. Mayor Andy Anderson refer- red lo it as significant day In the sports life of the city." Bridge tourney Today is the first day of the summer sectional bridge tour- nament sponsored by the Ixilh- bridge Duplicate Bridge Unit takinp place at Svcn Erickscn's Family Restaurant. (lames started nt p.m. and more will played to- night at 8. On Saturday, games will he played at p.m. and p.m. ami on Sunday, games will start at p.m. and (1 p.m The golf chili, located north of the television station nnrl cast of 28th St., was originated by llcg Turner, former princi- pal of Winston Churchill High vSchool find now hoard presi- dent of the Lcthbridge and Dis- ,rict Youth Recreation Assoeia- lon. It is at present a in- vestment, and will bo a 000 project at completion. Much cf the work in. prepar- og the greens is currc-nlly he- ing done hy high school stu- course when completed will also bo undertaken iiy tho An unexpected contribution mud e at Th u r s c! ay' s cer- emonies by Fred Tokarck, Al- berts, sales manager for Uncle Hen's Wines, who accidental- ly on the ceremonies while attempting lo locate the mayor, lie interested in Uie project fttid has offered the first golf trophy for the first ev- ent held oL the course, on bo- de-nls, and operation of the hnlf of his firm. Wind direction said cause of parallel coulee formation A theory that the are re.sponsible (or the parallel ap- peararcc of the coulees offered to the Arid Lands Com- mission conference Thursday by Dr. Chester Bcaty, a Uni- versity of geogra- phy professor. In d e s c r i b i n g the terrain around and liow it got here, Dr. Beaty told confer- ence delegates that at the U of L where the Chinooks tend [Q Ire the strongest, the paral- lelism is Ihe strongest. TJsinf; aerial photographs lo support his theory, Dr. Bcaty PHARMACY FACTS FROM 0. C. STUBBS Are you old enough to re- member the travelling medicine man that charmer who al- ways had I he sec re I remedy your doctor didn'l know about1 the magic fcmedy lo 'euro Jyoiir jits'? Ami I has it occurred you that Hie 1 medicine in a n 2 really had lo he t a 't r a v e t I in j; man' (hat he had lo be continually finding gullible, new victims for his fraudulent claims? Because if he'd been foolish enough lo stay in one place even the gulliblcs would have finally realized his snake oil was useless. Here in our pharmacy you know we're ready and glad to .serve you, day-after-day. You know we'll be Itere on each tomorrow. And, as far as secrets arc concerned we have only one which we keep indefinitely here on record for you your prescription, tho record of your medication which is purely your doc) or1 s ami your business no one's else! Free parking? Of Course. Free prescription delivery? Of course. Friendly, helpful ser- vice? Of course.! Stubbs Phar- macy at 1506 91 h Avc. S.? OK COURSE! Open daily a.m. to p.m. Sundays and Holidays 12 noon to p.m. Closed but for how long? >fo hills RELIEVES GAS PAINS 1970 DATSUN STATION WAGON 1600 Low mileage, A-l. S1895 1961 CHEVY II Aulomoric Idrjol second S550 1969 VIVA 1968 VW DELUXE Radio Good running condition. 1970 MAVERICK Automatic Exlrti clean A-l 1970 vw FASTBACK Aulomntlc, new volvn joh on niolor. RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. Avc.