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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 31. 10 THE IFIHBRIDOE HERALD Mondoy, Joyce Ervin Ing winner Weekend flower shows draw 730 entries By CATH1K KKTl Her.ihl Staff Writer An archway of asparagus fern tempted (lie curious flower viewer to enter the exhibition pavilion to enjoy the flower packed arena of the Horticultural Society S h o during the weekend. Peter Hale, food manager at. the Marquis Hotel for tlic past seven years, will assume n new position Sept. 1. when lie will become general manager of Rajichland Recreation Ltd. The 100-acrc recreation com- plex is now in the construction stage on the old Conldalc road about four miles from ttie city limits. Mr. Hale said the complex will include a school o( riding an indoor arena, a trailer park, picnicking and barbe- cuing facilities, a lake stocked with trout, a miniature golf course and motel. The project bridge and District Horticul- tural Society Show, the IBlh an- nual Alberta Horticultrual So- ciety show and (lie Canadian Glatliolas Show took place simultaneously Saturday anil Sunday. As well as the competitive exhibits, several other displays UlS Ll is being developed year plan. ear pian. It is owned by Allan Jarvie of Lethbridge. Riding classes are expected to begin in mid-September. A Lippizan stallion, the one in Canada, is among the 32 horses already lieing housed in the stables. Eventually, SO homes will be accommodated in (lie stables. "This is fantastic for southern said Mr. Hale. "It mil fill the need for a family recreation facility." In addition to riding classes training for horses mil also be offered and riders will be able o board their horses In Ihe stables. INSIDE GENERAL LABOR FOR LOCAL MANUFACTURING COMPANY Mechanically Inclined on asset. Send resume and references to Box 122, Herald FACE OF THE CITY Dr. 1'. Y. Chue, a gen- eral practitioner and a dentist, and Ills family have moved to St. Louis after living in Lcth- Ijridse tor five years. were set up. The community service de- partment of the City of bridge, had a display set up by the food counter til the en- trance of Ihe pavilion. Large pots of flower menls led the way to the fan entrance of the arena. A ceramics display of vases, cookie jars and figurines ina.dc by nobbiest Vada Archibald, 1320 Ilsndcirson Lake lloulc- vard was an Interesting acces- sory to the show. On each side of the pavilion were Japanese Mower aiTngc- ments by members of the Shin- pa Scizan school. A water fountain surrounded by grass, rocks and (lowers, in the centre of Ihe pavilion was set up by the Sick's Lclhbriilge The Sunrise Ranch display, tho Garden of Optimism, was composed mostly of and marigolds. Back To School SAVE UP TO ON SCHOOL SUPPLIES EVERY ITEM SLASHED The local professional flor sis' display consisted of ond u.ilily shed. Excellent location. By appointment only. 327-4911 Lethbridgo city firelighters and police had a busy weekend. Calls were made to each office oncerning a total combined mount of mishap or fire dam- gc of City police and the ambu- ancc responded to four traffic ccidents which resulted In in- ury to three persons. An estimated damage esultcd early Saturday wtren ars reported driven hy John lames Takacs, H2 15th St. N., and Campbell R. Worme, Gen- Delivery, Lcthbridge, were n collision at the intersection of St. and 4th Ave. S. Takacs received head and neck cuts, was treated at St. Michael's General Hospital and released. A police official reported Doris Ester Hillinger, 12M 8th Ave. S., received minor injur- ies when the car she was driv ing was in collision with a car driven by Lyle Edmond Gal lant, 1214 6th St. N., Saturday evening. Damage to the vehicles total ed A total of damage no injuries resulted In a colll sion lictwecn cars driven by Joseph M. Zezulka, of London Ont., and Douglas William Holl 1128 17th Ave. S., late Salurda; night at the intersection of 14t Ave. and Ifllh St. S- Scraped hands and knees were the only injuries receivec by Leslie. Phobe Kerr, 1206 12t St. 13. N. Police report the a the highway from a farm road and truck another truck driver- hy 'imothy Del Purncll of Mor- ;an, Utah. Purnell received only minor njurlcs, while n passenger In lis truck, 69-year-old Frances Purnell, his grandmother, of laymond received serious cuts .o her heatl and shin. She re- mains nt Txtlhhrldgc Municipal Hospital in satisfactory condi- tion. Tancklchl, the driver of tho other truck, was not injured. STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Street S. 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