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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 LtlHBRlDGE HERAID Saturday, Augull 19, 1977 Holiday Ramblers tour city By JOK MA Hcralil Stnir Tlie Holiday Ramblers, tire American trailer party which visited Lelhbriilgc for the past two :lays. were generally pleas- ed with the hospitality they re- ceived and the facilities pro- vided to them during their slay at the Exhibition Grounds. The visitors left Friday. While in Lcthbriclge, they toured the downtown shopping area, vkitcd the Japanese Gar- den and Sick's Ixjthbridgo Brewery, fished at Henderson Lake and had a dinner-dance at the El liancho Motor Hotel. "We've had .1 very pleasant stay in said Larry Honey, tlis caravan director. "Tills Is the first time the Holi- day Ramblers visited your city, but we will be coming back. Next summer, two Holiday Ramblers parties will visit Lethbridge." The visitors were not without complaints, however. "It would have been- better for us If you had a cable outlet to provide the electricity for our said Polo Barley, of Wilmington, Ohio. The trailers have their own power for lighting, but need 110-volt current for air-condi- tioning. Tho visitors were pleased vlth tire Japanese Garden, lowcver, Beverly llar.ey, wife j[ the director, saul some of the (amblers were not accompan- ied by guides when they visited :hc garden. "Your goods are more ex- pensive than In the said Frank II. Smart of Rocky Kivcr, Oiiio. "However, wo knew that before we came." Tlie Hnmblcrs included sev- eral golfing enthusiasts, but be- cause of Ihcir short stay, they had no cliancc to play golf. nears opening of I MEALS ON WHEELS AT NOMINAL COST For Further Information Phone 327-7990 The dale for the official open- ing of tlie muHI-rmlUon dollar University of Lethbridge cam- pus is moving closer and events for the three days of ceremon- ies and festivities are Incoming finalized. A concert rmd dance has been scheduled for the opening day of the celebrations. Genesis 'T2 will get things off to a noisy start on Friday evening, Sept. 22 in (he new physical cduca- lion and fine nits building. It is the only event of the week- end designed exclusively to en tertain present and potential university students. A maximum of tickets will be sold for the event, which will feature Ihe Bogus Boogie Band, Billie Nicol and the Do- bek Sisters along with the well- known Blairmore Folk Singers. The university promises ad- mission will Ixj low and Ihc en- tertainment first-class. Tickets for the concert will on. sale at numerous locations through- out southern Alberta. On the academic side, honor- ary doctorate degrees vill be awarded to three notable Can- adians. Roloff Beny, tlic world renowned artist-photographer- writer from Medicine Hat Claude BisseU, president of the University of Toronto and Era est Manning, former premier ol Alberta. Premier Peter Loughccd wil represent the Alberta govern HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. S. i Phone 328-1778 We Are Pleased to Announce That wo are now the official Dealers for L.D.S. Books, Missionary and Genealogical Supplies Fop 151st Quorum of the We Tiave a large Inventory of ontJ Supplies, with ample free to maka your chopping y the special organizing com- mittee. Tlie public la invited U larticipale in all the xveekenc festivities, which conclude on Sept. 24. (xmimissioii rejects new subdivision A proposed subdivision In north Lethbridge, which was recommended for approval by Ihe Municipal Planning Com mission Wednesday, was refus- ed by the Oldman River Hft- gional Planning Commission Thursday. Tlie proposal, submitted by Nu-Mode Homes Ltd., was to subdivide two large lots to nc commodate 13 semi-detached and three single-family houses under the assisted home owner ship program. The lots, located between 181 and 20th St. N. on 18th Ave. had originally been disignatet by the ORRPC for high denslt apartment use. That desif nation will be retained. The ORRPC is the final auth ority for subdivision approva CBC decisior is 4nol final' The CBC's decision to cacce the filming of a documentary in connection with the RCM centennial is not final, Mayo Andy Anderson said Friday, "T think something still ca he done to make CBC chang its Mayor Anderson sai "If necessary, we will bo mak ing representations." MEMORIALS By MASTER CRAFTSMEN Featuring IMPERIAL Also BALMORAL RED AND OXFORD GREY GRANITE Largest Stock of Memorials in Southern Alberta Contact Our Agents: MR. EARl STERE CLARESHOLM MARTIN BROS. ITD. 812 3rd AVE S., LETHBRIDGE MRS. MARO CAHOON LETHBRIDGE EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME fORT MACLEOD _ PINCHER CREEK FANTIN'S CHAPELS ITD. BLAIRMORE COIEMAN FERNIE FUNERAt HOME FERNIE, B.C. FUNERAL HOME SPARWOOD, B.C. HUMPHRIES FUNERAL HOME TABER, ALTA. MR. C. J. WIGHT CARDSTON, ALTA. Or Our Head Office LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL TILE WORKS LIMITED 325 8th ST. S., LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-3920 REAL SWINGER Evans, 9, demonstrates her ability and on tha at Henderson Lake. Glynis and the other who have jwung their way through the summer only have a few days left to enjoy the soaring freedom of the swing next Wednesday its back to school for another year. Groenen Photo fSnorrrichnphst ndya i. County co drops age rule Tho County (if I-ethbridgc juncll voted Thursday to rc- lovo the minimum age vc- rielion for employment, after eciding that many young pco- o under tlic ogc of Ifi are uitnble. for employment. It also sot a pound mil on oil vcliicles using roads icratcd by the county. In other business, the council ecidcd to discuss further hethcr there should IMS a by- iw prohibiting the discharge of irearms. Tlie council heard a presen- alion from district farmer ndy Ramls, whose properly irec miles cast of the city mils lias a pond 115 feet from ic highway. Under a county ylaw, ponds should be at least 23 feet from public roads. Mr. Ramis said he was un- ware of the bylaw he xtendcd Iho pond. The council ccided to consider the matter urther before taking any ac- ioii. Tlie council agreed to pay 'atrlck Pipelines Ltd., contrac- or of the Hardieville Water uid Sewage System, an ndtli- ional for over-run dig- ing. The Hardieville project, tartcd May 30, is expected to e completed Sept. in. A request from (lie Lclhbridge Condition remains serious George Henley, a park ward- en at Glacier Park, remains in serious condition at Lethbridge Hospital with severe mrns to most of his body. Mr. Henley was burned dur- ing an explosion in the basemen of a ranger cabin on the soutl end of Waterton Lake. Officials report the expto sion was tho result of leaking propano gas, used as furnac fuel for the cabin, which acci dcntly ignited as Mr. Henle; inspected the heating unit. Following the explosion h was rushed across tho lake b a tour boat, and brought t Lethbrldgc. There are no road into Montana from Glacier which is why Mr. Henley is being treated here. ssoclalion for Ilic Mentally ctiirdcd for exemption of tax r Its Sunrise Ranch, n rcsi- encc-grcenhouse workshop lor icntally retarded adults in oaltlalc, was approved. A complaint from thfl Keito ake Colt Hint the coun- ts diaries for maintenance :i the fairways arc too high referred for later discus- .on. Winter Games boost Tlorsl Schmid, minister of youth and recreation, .as Mealed thai the Uth- iridfjc proposal to Ihe 1973 Canada Winter Games will bo nvrrably consider cxl, Mayor sty Anderson said Friday. Mayor Anderson said Iho Xithhridgc nrea has the facil- Lic.s to stofie the games, ex- pected (o be attended by athletes, at least 10 times that many spectators, end about 200 TvOthbridge 1 s competing igairat Grande Prairie, Hod Deer and Medicine Hat to host be games. MOVING? AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES By CATHIE FIET! Herald Snoring Specialist "Snoring !s the tuneful sere- nade of that wakeful nightin- [ale, the nose" wrote George rarquhar, a 16th century auth- or who also wrolc, "necessity s tlie mother of invention." How necessary snoring Is, though, doesn't seem to have been determined. But because wople snore, there have been 300 anti-snoring devices regist- ered with the U.S. Patent of- ice, according to the book In- somnia, by Gay Luce. And how many persona who lave the opportunity of hearing a snorer during the night lincl t tuneful, or in fact, even a serenade? Of several persons interview- ed, most said someone in their lousehold snored. But as some- one wrote to Ann Landers about snoring, it all depends on well one likes a person. Tlie snoree's feelings toward the snorer control how much snor Ing will bother the listener. Most medical books and doc- tors say snoring Is caused hy an open mouth, or ailments which restrict the nasal pass- ages. Some oilcnts which cause blocked noses are adnoids. broken noses and allergies. Some say that persons will snore more after they have had a busy day. Dr. W. J. Cranley, a local eye, ear, nose ami throat phy- s i c i a n said the snoring is made by the vibration of the soft palate, hut added that no one has ever been able to fig- ure out why some people snore and others cjo not. Dr. Cranley said snoring can be stopped by making the snor- er lie in a different position. 3ut, he said, the snorer will probably roll hack into the e position and resume his serenade once again. One person interviewed said icre mother snored, so the [omily taped It on a recorder, and played it back to here in the morning. Mother never snored again after that. Other persons mentioned common ottemtped remedies of jabbing the Rnorer in tho ribs, slapping him on the stomach, rolling him over; some conse- qtienlty rolling over so far they hit the floor. Snoring seems to be a com- mon ailment, yet those inlcr- vicwcd really had little to say about it, as tx> humorous inci- dents, and unusual circum- star.ccs encountered. From the interviews it seemed that no- body talks very much aboul snoring. Mark Twain, !n his book Tom Sawyer, Abroad, wrote: "There ain't no way to find out why a snorer can't hear himself snore." If he could hear himself, per- haps he'd quit, or at least try to get more harmonized and rhythmic. Of course, some women may fee! roassurred that their hus- band is at home, as quoted in The Beaux' Strategcm, Act 2, by George Fartjuhar: "Oh the pleasure of counting the mel- ancholy clock by a snoring hus- band." Snoring afflicts millions ol North Americans. The snorer suffers no direct harm Irom his snoring, but may fracture the sleep of his mate (and bo frac- tured by tho Most snor- ers cannot they make enough noise to wake up others when they themselves sleep through it all. Snoring can c a problem. Do you suppose a "Snoring Anonymous- Club" should be formed? GRADUATES WITH DISTINCTION Mr. Norman Doram of Coaldalo nraduatnd wllh fivo dli- tinr-lions end a diploma from Busineij Administration or Lothbridne Community College. Kn roceivod Iho Skk'i bridgo Brewery award for highest academic standing in Holel-Managemont Major. Thii is Iho second year lhal Mr. Doram hoi received Iho academic achievement award In Busmen Administration. Tho dislinclions awarded for exams written from Michigan State- University lor markl av- eraging over Mr. Doram also received a diploma from this Institution ond an invllolion lo further his itudici at this university. Wovfco GHOOL CORRECTION Men's Wear advertisement which appeared on Page 15 of Wednesday, August 16 SKINNY RIB KNIT EACH 2.88 arc Boys' Sizes NOT Man's Fashion Knits at advertised Sorry for any inconvcnionco GREAT DAYS COLOR PORTRAIT ATTRACTIVELY MOUNTED PLUS HANDLING Limit ont> per child Groups 89c each additional child Ago limit 5 la 12 yoari NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY A. E. CROSS STUDIO Phone 328-0111 Still Conveniently Located at 710-3rd Ave. S. Phons 328-0222 ;