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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FLASH! Havo a Family Re-Union This Christmas. Bring your families from Biitafn and Europe lo Canada on tlio Low 22 45 day excursion faro. For reservations and Inforrncilion contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 32B.3201 The lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lclhbridgc, Alberta, Saturday, August 12, 1972 PACKS 13 TO 24 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 "Do you Have a ipare pafr of glaitei for holiday Wheels move to preserve post office The preservation of Hie IjClh- briclge post office has been of interest lo Dr. W. T. Perks, dean of Ihe faculty of environ- mental design at the University of Calgary, who wrote to the Historic .Sites and Monuments Hoard of Canada. The matter of (he post office Ims been placed on the agenda for the next mod ing of the board in late October. Jf Ihc hoard should recom- rncml affirmatively on the structure, the Postmaster Gen- era! can declare it a national hisotric site. While such action cannot enforce preservation, in many cases the owners ore vailing to abandon demolition plans (or a building slated for such commemoration. The final outcome of the pro- posal wiEl bn known in Decem- ber. Census delay being sought City Manager Tom Nutting has recommended a special census scheduled for next month he delayed until April of next year. The topic is on the agenda for city council discussion Monday. The accuracy of the census taken last January was ques- tioned by Mr. Nutting shortly after the results were in and council, after considerable de- bale, decided (here could be an- other census taken this fall. In n Idler lo council, Mr. Nulling said the April date would be best for obtaining the most accurate census data. !lc said a census now would he a "waste of time, effort and money-" CHIROPRACTORS There are 13 chiropractors In SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS tINEB WATER HEATERS SI 10 INSTALIES Phone 328-2176 Anglo Distributors SERVICE CENTRE 419 5lli Street South Phono 320-6661 NOW OPEN Government Licensed Technician Re pa in to Radios, Televisions and Tape Recorders, SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO SHEAR DELIGHT ll's not every youngster lhat gets the opportunity to clip a sheep, and there certainly are not very many youngsters lhai get to shear it in com- petition. This young man, Jacob Daniel's of Lolhbridge, was one of four enlnes in the junior novice sheep shear- ing competition a] ihe second annual Rocky Mountain Sheep show Friday at the Exhibition Pavilion. He was the winner of ihe compel Hi on, and was presented with a pair of sheep shears. The show continued today with a sale that started at 10 a.m. Entries for the and sale came from southern Alberta southeastern British Columbia. Sheep show draws 180 entries The ladies lead halter class stole the show at the second annual Rocky Mountain Sheep Show held Friday in the Leth- bridge Exhibition Pavilion. The event, held for Ihc first time, had seven entries. Each girl had (o lead the sheep with a halter and had lo wear a gar- ment of The team of girl and sheep was judged on the appropriate- ness of the costume to the girl's age, her ability to lend and show the sheep, and on the cleanliness of the sheep and how well it was combed The judgcs for the event were Shirley Christie, Stan Tif- ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwarii BWg. 222 5lh SI. S. Phone 328-4095 PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 311 6lh St. S. and 1514A 9lh Avo.S. PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 -2 hour service -Expert tailoring -Hot blocking -Suede antl leather processing -Perfect plcaf drapery processing DR. R. J. BRIDGE D.D.S. wishes to announce the eommencemonl of his practice of FAMILY DENTISTRY At 105 Medical Dental Building 434 7th Street South OFFICff OPEN TUESDAY through SATURDAY from 8 a.m. lo 5 p.m. Phone 328-2133 for appoinlmenls! fin, Andy Andrews, and George Chessor. The show had 130 en- tries. The prize of a wool rug do- nated by Magrath Woolen Mills was won hy Rhonda Lee Cyr, 18, of Pinchcr Crock. The grand champion ewe of the show was of the Suffok breed, owned by Harold Trent- ham of Morrin, Alt a. The I rophy for the event was do- naled by General Farm Sup- plies Ltd. Rcser ve gm nd ch am pion ewe, was an N. C. Cheviot, owned by P.J, Rock of Drum- heller. Grand champion ram of (he show was a Hampshire, owned by R' II. Bennett of Armstrong, Fl.C. Trophy for the event was donated by General Farm Sup- plies Lid, Reserve grand champion ram was a Columbia, owned by Harold Trcntham, of Morrin. The Pee weo market Jamb trophy, donated by Ihe Park Plaza Motor Hotel, was won by Mirion Strand of Lethbridge. The showmanshjp award, do- nated by the Lethbridge and District Exhbition, was won by Dickie Daniels of Lelhbridge. The junior market lamb tro- phy, donated by Sven Erick- scn's Family Restaurant, was awarded lo David Bourassa of Lethbridge. Winners or classes are as follows: Ram, "two foolrV'j Harold Trent- ham, Morrfn, Alia; P. J. RocV and Sons, Drumhcller. Ram "full mouJh rnculh milk Waller Sir and, Lethiirldge; Harold Trenfham. Ewe "two Harcrrt TrrnHiamj A. rAateifcn and Sons, Ponoto. "full moulri milk Dan Gad- :and, DluWan, Alia; Harold Ewe wilh her lambs: Harold Trtnt- ham; Mr. and Mrs. George Ann Is, Ivcrmorc, B.C. Breeders llocX: Harold Trent ha m; Mr. end Mrs. George An- CORRIEDALES, RAM- nOULET, ROMNLETS Ram Audrey Tronlham, Morrin, AUa; Rod Cyr, Pfneher Creek. Ram "full moulh milk Ernest G. F, Zuli, Sherwood Park, Allaj T. A. Roigen, Muni on. Ewe "Isvo Audrey Trcnf- ham; Ernest G. F. Zulj. Ewe "full moulh mi IK Ernest G. F. Zvtt; Audrey 7renlham. Ewe with her lambs: Ernest G. F. Zufz. Breeders flock: Audrey Trent- ham; G. F. Zulz, KAMSHIRE, HO. C, CHEVIOTS Ram R, n. BenneH. Armstrong, B.C.r P, J. RocV; and Sons, DrurnheJIer. Ram moulh milV; R. D. Eer.neJf; P. J. Rc-ck and Sons. Ewe "1wa P. J. Rock and sons; pnvid Gads-ind, Ellufltcn, AM a. Ev.'e "full maulh ni'ik David Gadsand; R. B. Detinolt. Ewe her lambs; R, 0. VJ. Stephen, Calgary. Breeders flock; David Gadsand; P. j. and Sons. Range rams (special T. A Rtwgen, A'.unson, Alia; Chris Jensen, Magralh. COMMERCIAL EWES Yearlfnrj ev.e: Haro'cf Harold Trenlnam, liwe lamb: Harold Trenlham. Pen of three replacement lambs: Harold Tj-entharn; P. J. Rock and SOTS. ETwe Jamb: P. J. Rocfc and Sons. Pen of rhree rcplnccrnertl ewe Jambs; P, J, Rock and Sons. MARKET LAMB CLASS Pec marvel lamb class: Mir Ton Strand, Lelnbridsej Tim Strand, Lcth- hrldge. Junior '.narknt lamb class: David Bourassa, LdhLrldge; Janelle Danlefs, Leffibridge. Junior Novlos Trimming competi- tion: Jacob Daniels, Lclhbrldge; Dav- id Comments displease builders Tlie Lethbridge Housing As- sociation has challenged slale- mcnts made earlier this week by City Manager Tom Nulling and planning commission dir- ector Erwin Adderloy. The association, representing ]5 local house said in a prepared statement, "Most builders were very disappoint- ed with the Onili'C executive, director's comments lhat the people may Iw buying houses simply because there Is no choice, not because they par- ticularly like the design." Family Dinner FOR 2 ADULTS AND 2 CHILDREN Chicken Chow Main Sweet and Sour Spararibi Poep Fried Shrimpi, Breaded or Pineapple Chicken Chicken ALL FOR ONLY......... Delivered to Your Piping Hall 3.95 Open Weekdays 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. PHONE THE 327-0240 327-2297 LOTUS Acrois From CPR Dopof AIR CONDITIONING Alcon Refrigeration LlcJ. For Iho best buy in Air ContJilJonjnrj Phone 327-5816 Most builders, the association says, spent! "coasicicrable time visiting show homes in other cities for new Ideas and new functional plans." Since the builders also sub- scribe to "numerous house plan booklets, prepared by profes- sionals" and help provide Ihc "mast non-project looking city in (hoy arc opposed to the city spending taxpayers' money to hire architects for house designs for "The buyer should pay for (ho design of his own home." The association also took is- sue with Mr. Nutting's state- ment that the prof ils on houses appear to higher here lhan in the rest of the province. The builders say it is "un- founded" to compare housing CHALLENGING POSSTfON In Progressive Professional Office enthusiastic mafure woman who enjoys work- ing with people. Good sfarfing safary, Increases with individual growth. Answer immediately to Box 105, Lethbridge Herald WATCH FOR HERB'S ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE COMING NEXT WEEK hould make the request for a [can because he was getting married. If references were required, a girl in Calgary would swear she was the prospective bride. Police officials warn that residents, for their own protec- tion, should ask any kind of a salesman for a city licenca "even then, there is no lee that everything Immediate- ly is on Ehe up and METH EPTIC ERVICE PUMPING SEPTIC TANKS SUMPS OIL SP1US, elc. HI-WAY 3 EAST LETHBRIDGE, AtTA. 50 bikes will soon be auctioned City police say they hava about 50 unclaimed bicycles wlu'ch they are willing to Bell soon unless their owners coroe to pick them up. The police keep the bikes for three months before putting them on the auction block. The next auction will lake place at the end of the month or during the first week of September. Tiie new retail value of tha bicycles is estimated at Give your homa a lift wilh a new METAL MAIL BOX We hava a new lelectjon In many imarf rfeiigni In colon: white, blacV, harvest gold, poppy, avocado. PRICED FROM 4 Call Hard wars 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Our Congratulations to MR. end MRS. DON HAISTROM of Orem, Utah ;