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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thundny, Augutl 5, 1971 F: WINNERS' CIRCLE Winners in ihc annual Lethbridge and District Horticullural Society garden conlesl were de- clared Wednesday evening. Herald photographer, Ed Fin- lay was up bright and early this mcining and snapped some of the winning gardens along wiin their "proud parents." Pictured lop left is ihe second-place finisher in ihe Unusual cafegory, Merly Emerscn of 953 9th St. 5. while the lop right pholo shows ihe winner of ihal category, Peler Sadowski of 1111 12th St. C N. The bollom left picture shows Alyce Rca, 613 5f. 5., in two calegcries, overall bsst lawn, as well as grounds under 50 feef. The winner in fhe Composite caicgcry was Mary Stronski of 1619 2nd Ave. B N., piclured bottom righl. All winning gardens will be open ihis Sunday for public viewing. :il-i Library plans advance A case in magistrate's court! the pah h proved tlic age cf ciiivnlry is riins! p.iry no' dead, inn before A Lethbridge man pleaded parlor, not guilty to the charge of j ft was further slated stealing seven bscr glasses i man's was his new cousin- to return Saskatch- d bi'eii in a wed- lir.d been drink- tile beer the for Lelhbridge's new library are moving Plans central ahead. Librarian George Dew is currently drawing up a bricl reflecting library philosophy and how it should be reflected in the new structure. The brief Is a preliminary step, for the perusal of the architect, to guide him in his thinking. The library Board has not met since the library site More heat, no rain seen The temperature reached 90 degrees in Lethbridge Wednes- day, the same high recorded here on Aug. 4 last year. Rec- ord high for Aug. 4 is 97, set in 1914. Hot weather is expected to continue tomorrow, and there is no sign of rain for the im- mediate future. Low forecast for tonight is near 55, with a high tomorrow of 85 to M. THE BOWMAN WALLACE CO. LTD. 612 3rd Avc. S. CHANGE OF Telephone number 327-2362 on Aug. 1st Since Ihe business was storied in IB91 by ihe lale Mr. C. B. Bowman our num- ber has changed only wilh progress of the cily. From Iwo figures lo ihree figures to four figures to seven figures. Now in our Eightieth year our number has changed buf our service continues. Phone 327-2362 INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE across the avenue from city hall was approved last week by city council, fts next meeting is scheduled for Sept. 7. Discussion of plans for the new stnia'.ure is expected at that meeting. The next step in building the library will probably be the appointment of an archi- tcct by City Manager Tom Nut'.ing. Construction is Lo start next year. Mr. Dew said nothing had been decided on use from a local boer parlor. Court was told (he charge ic- sulted from an incident on July 4 when a man and his date were stopped a.s were leaving the beer parlor seven beer glasses V.TTC found in the young woman's When questioned by {lie man- ager the girl admUiod would be made of the old the glasses, but v.hen file po ing in Gait Gardens. The city could probably find some use for at least Uie newer part of the building, he said. 'C1. arrived her date srid 'h? had placed the glasses in her purse. Further testimony revealed in-lav; r.nd sli2 was with .'n-rr moCier (o the following day. !n an r.'lrmpt at chivalry the- man ''lock the rap." I.. Vv'. Hudson dismiss- ed the c-sc, but told Ihe man be hrd been lucky his story lir.d been Had he fiv.ral puilly he would a record of theft, which, when viewed in the fu- mav hare been hannful to The best gardens in 1971 Judging took place Wednes- day in the annual and District Horticultural So- ciety garden contest which at- tracted 25 entries this year from all parts of the city. Hie competition ii judged in six categories with the first place finisher in each receiving a trophy and the second and third-place finishers also re- cciviiig recognition. City Shriners lie Lethbridge Sbriners have be- come the first southern Alber ta Shrine Club to sponsor treat- ment of a young fire victim at one of the North American Shrine's three Burn Institutes. The local club, comprising about 200 members, is paying for transportation costs to Bos- ton for S'cacey Manser, seven- year-old victim of a home acci- dent about 18 months ago. The Shriners, noted for their work among crippled children, have buJlt 20 children's hospi- tals, including those in Galve- slon, Cincinnati and Boston which specialize in treatment of bum cases. Local Shriners are sponsor- ing the S600 transportation costs directly, for Stacey and mother, Patricia Manser, and indirectly through club fees, for the actual treatment. Mrs. Manser, mother of four ihildren and currently sep- arated from her husband, slip- ped out of their Fort Macleod apartmeni for a short in December, 1969. Stacey, left alone with a younger sister, decided to make cups of cocoa. She lit the stove, but moved too close to the flames. Her nightgown caught fit'c and by the time she was given aid, 90 per cent of her body had sustained aums. Hospital officials said it wits "miraculous" that Stacey sin vived. The only areas undamaged were her upper face, shoulders and neck. I Since the accident, Stacey >ias undergone six operations n Calgary [or contraction of scar tissue. The plas'.ic sur- geon has been hampered, how- ever, by the lack of healthy skin available for grafting to scarred areas. Parts of the fingers on her left hand amputated. have had to be The Mansers moved 1 bridpe a few months a! which lime Mrs. rind? application to the fo; assistance. Elaccy, who is described 1; Shriners as a "very inli er for last Saturday. Mrs. is to re- luru bier this week. Slacey nicy remain in Boston for a cGivlr of months. Mcni'ni chaii'man of I.clhhridge Ehrinc's crip- little left with her children's committee, said WEST COAST SEAFOODS TRUCKLOAD SALE OF FRESH FISH AND SEAFOODS will be held at FORT WHOOP-UP SERVICE THURSDAY, AUGUST 5 AND FRIDAY, AUGUST 6 From 11 a.m. lo 8 p.m. FRESH SALMON TO BARBECUE the Boston hospi'.al has the mott up-to-date techniques for hum victims. Extensive plas- tic surgery is expected to be continued. The Lethbridge Sirine Club builds up funds for ailing youngftcvs through its Whoop- Up Days crown and anchor games and its annual Pot 0' Gold campaign. The 1971 Pot 0' Gold cam- paign is now in full swing. The winning tickets will bo drawn in November. First prize is 51.000; second, S500. T r-kcls may be purchased from any Shrine member or from local businesses. Judges in the competition ivei'e Ken McGregor and Mrs. L. Sehiebner, directors of the society and Bert Nivcn, a form- er director. The winner in the over-all category of the best lawn was Alyce lica of 613 18th St. S. Other winners and runncrs- up in each of Uie six categories are 3S follows: GROUNDS OVER 50 FEET Ken Eraser of 1203 3lst St. A S. was the winner with Mar- tin Kamma of 921 6th St N. and May Popma of 2109 10th Ave S. Ilie runners-up. GROUNDS UNDER 50 FEET The winner was Alyce Rea of 613 IBth St. S. while the run ners-up were Gcrdon Parker of 1919 18th Ave. S. and Christina Crighton of 711 17Ui St. S. NEW GROUNDS The category for grounds seeded no earlier tton J970 saw More city news 011 page 23 Hor.ore Vandenabecle of 1245 13lh Ave. N. take Ihe honors. Vcrlin Olsen of 1272 8th Avc. 5. was the only other entrant in the category. COMPOSITE Mary Stronski of 1619 2nd Ave. B N. was (lie trophy- gelter with Mary Peterson ol 1212 10th Ave. Is', and Nelson Sullivan of 133 14th St. N. the other winners. UNUSUAL The winner was Peter Sad- owski of 1111 12th St. C N. Second and third-place finish- ers were Merly Emerson of-953 9th St. S. and Sluiji Nonomura of 1305 Slh St. N. VEGETABLE The winner in the final cate- gory was Stephanie Wolston- crof't of 726 22nd St. N1. Runners- up in order were Ron Viney of 526 26th St. S and Joe Csurka of 532 St. N. Winning gardens will be put on a special public viewing for visitors this S'unday. SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS IINED WATER HEATERS INSTALLED Phone 328-2176 SHRINERS SPONSOR MEDICAL AID V. 5. Gilfon (left) of Ihc Lcthbridgo Shrine Club, and J. C. Moore, chairman of ilir; club'r. rrip.pkcl comniillco, bid farowcll ol Krnyon Finlci to Slaccy Mcinspr, 7, and lirr Palricia Manser, who arc bound for a Slirincr Durn Inslilulc h Hoston will IK ircornd for burn scars suslainod in an accident in 1969. Tim club is fKiyi'irj for Ihn lianr.porlalion cosls; Shriners throughout Norlh America, for (lie nlc-dicaJ iH-atriiont. PIONEER CANVAS WATER BAGS For u cool drink on u warm day I gallon IP Special 98 2 gallon sue Special .49 GARDEX SWEEP RAKE The king size aluminum lawn and leaf rake alniOEl os wide as 3 ordinary kaf rakes. Modern design gold anodiicd aluminum with Icmpefcd slool iprinq 2 only 2 only 2 only 44" WHILE THEY LAST SPECIAL p.99 1 ONLY 3Vj H.P. MOTOR ROTO TILLER No more hack breaking digging, use I qlilwoiglil lillfir wilh powerful Brings ond Slrallon engine. Thrcllle clulch are an ilie liandle. Features 16- nbrcnlrablf? reverse control. 4 plier bearings, Cxi.75 I res. SPECIAL, ONtY this h.p. nnd -12" nntic .95 1 ONLY 3 H.P. ROTO-TILLER Long life horizontal sliaft engine Tiller lines guaranteed life of filler 26" hlling widlh Single conlrnl forward, ncuiral, re- verse opcralion Adjuslnblc trcmsporl Drag bar included Heavy duly goar whcc ismission SPECIAL, ONLY ,95 606-608 3rd Avc. S. Phono 327-5767 JUST SAY "CHARGE IT" AT HOYT'S USE OUR OWN CREDIT PIAN OR YOUR CHARGEX CARD ;