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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, August 26, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Macleod Boy Top Appaloosa FORT MACLEOD (Special) Boy has added foui more ribbons to his collection. Windy Miss, liis three-year- old sister entered in tlie Pinch- er Creek Show, proved to be a '.vlnncr loo. Roy O'Sulllvan showed both appaloosa horses. Macleod Boy look second in open performance class, fourth in trail compet-tion, and fifth in bolli western pleasure and rein- ing categories. Windy Miss walked away with a fir'sl ribbon in the open halter division. Boll) horses were sired by Macleod Mouse. w ijttttfe JUNIOhrFOREST WARDENS The junior Forest Warden Camp at Lynx Creek attract- ed six Peigan boys in the 10 and 11-year-old group The aitendance of the Indian boys was arranged by Jhe Napi Friendship Association From left to right: Doyle Crow- sdrider, Martin (Woody) Smith and Joey Jack- shoe, Emery Grier, Robin Smith, Morris Good son. News Photo Parkins Versus Park RCA 13.7 Cu. Ft. "NO-FKOST" REFRIGERATOR- FREEZER 2 odjustable temperature controls Glide out steel shelves Twin porcelain crispers 109 Ib. no frost freezer Butter keeper Egg compartment And it's only 59" high SMITH'S 236 13th Street North LETHBRiDGE, ALBERTA Phone 328-2235 or 328-6964 COALDALE, ALBERTA Phone 345-3272 CLOSED ALL DAY MONDAY Open Thursday and Friday Till 9 p.m. By ROSS GIBB Herald News Service TABER The future of the Cenotaph Park here hangs on public opinion. A delegation to town council made a strorg presentation to council to save the green strip. Spokesman Robert Newell said the small park had served a useful purpose. With some improvement it would continue to be a valuable asset to the town. The delegation requested a reversal of council's action (to convert tlie park to a park- ing lot) taken at the Aug. 10 meeting. Mr. Newell presented photo- graphs taken on a recent Satur- day afternoon showing that available parking in the busi- ness area is not being used, contending that the proposed lot would likely not ba used Plan Outing For Sclerosis Patients MILK RIVER The Lelh- aridge Multiple Sclerosis Soci- ety plans to have a dinner for members and guests at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Madge here Saturday. Patients will be taken from he Lethbridge Auxiliary Hos- >ital to the Madge residence. They will leave the hospital at a.m. Saturday. The affair has been rained out on two previous occasions. any more than the adjacent streets. Councillor John Malinsky stood by his decision that park- ing be provided because "more people are dependent en the town's business than o n iff dustry." (Mr. Newell operates a major industry The controversy arose over approval of council, against the recommendation of the rec- reation board, that the ceno- Reunion Held STIRLING John Herget family held a reunion at 'Waterton Park recently. All of t h e family was present, including Mr. and Mrs. Delton Herget and their daughter and son of Lincoln Nebraska, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burt and two sons recently of Provo, Mr. and Mrs. Robert. Herget of Edmo ton, Mr. and Mrs. John Herge Brent and Cynthia of Stirling Mr. and Mrs. Dan Michelso were in Vancouver recently be with their son Bruce wh was injured in a car acciden They report his condition im proved. Bruce is with th RCMP there. Carol Adamson was chose to attend the all church Lauri leadership convention held i Provo, Utah this week. Law ?irls of the Mutual Improvi ment Association will be a iending from all parts of th United States and from th Canadian Stakes of the LD church. and now from Herb's Western Wear setting the South Country's image with selection and quality western clothing Herb Shector suggests "THE RUGGED LOOK" FOR BACK- TO-SCHOOL "THE DINGO BOOT" Ai illustrated so popular 11" tops, all leather in light brown, deep olive brown, and black, with buckle strap and bluni toe. PRICED AT 31.95 ond 34.95 THE NEW "CIVIL WAR BOOT" Just arrived at Herb's by Texas Boot Co., fea- tures 15" tops, high blunt toe, strap effect ring, in top grain natural tan cowhide. If A OC PRICED AT Ol.aO "THE HALTER SPUR STRAP BOOT" 29.95 A Canadian made Civil War Boat, Similar styling 1o above. ONLY MEN'S COWBOY BOOTS For Back-To-School. PRICED FROM 19.95 FRINGED VESTS Of Splil Cowhide with 8" fringe. Sizes 36 to 44. Colors Dark Brown and Deep Gold. O A QC PRICED AT CI.JO FRINGED JACKETS In sizes 36 to 44. Colors Dark Brown ond Deep Gold with or 12" fringes. jlO OC PRICED FROM ft, 30 Don't forger LEVI'S are now of Herb's Herb suggests that you attend the OLD WEST STABLES TRAIL RIDE In the Sweet Grass Weekend. Leave Lethbridge Sat., Sept. 5th Transportation supplied to Sweetgrass and refurti Sept. 7th. Horses, food and lodging included. Phone 328-4726 or 328-3255 for further information. Remember If it's WESTERN or RUGGED and if it's NEW you'll find it FIRST at WESTERN WEIR GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE FOR MERCHANDISE taph monument be moved to the centennial Confederation Park, and that the park be converted to a car park area of very limited capacity. A motion by Mr. McDonald that the future of the park be decided by plebiscite during the October elections obtained majority support. Veterans Parade FORT MACLEOD Decoration Day was observer, by veterans in Fort Maclcoi will) a special church parade to the Salvation Army Citadel. The members of branch 40 of the Legion and the Ladies' Aux- iliary paraded from tlie club rooms to the Citadel for the 11 a.m. service. It was conducted by Dirk Duinen, student minis- ter. After the formal service the party proceeded to the ceme- tery where all veterans' graves were decorated with small flags. Miss Paulson Feted GRANUM (HNS) Vases of gladiolus and other summer "lowers decorated the United Church Hall for the community hower honoring Miss Connie Paulson. The gifts were brought to the bride-elect and her assistants, Misses Debbie and Judy Paul- son, in a wagon decorated with a barn and pulled by a tractor. The tractor was ridden by Lisa Travis. The committee gift was a set of dinnerware. Entertainment was provided by Mrs. C. Wocknitz and Mrs. L. Mulholland who sang solos and Mrs. L. Bailey with two pi- ano selections. 85th Birthday GHANUM U-1MS) Mrs. Lil Smith was the guest of honor when the Granum CWL gave her a surprise party on the oc- casion of her recent 85th birth- day. She wus presented with a birthday cake, made and dec- orated by Mrs. D. Fitzpalrick. Mrs. P. Dorncr, president of the CWL, presented Mrs. Smith with a gift from tire CWL. Hospital Site FERNIE (HNS) Crow's Nest Industries Limited has made 7.75 acres of land avail- able at per acre for the construction of the new hospi- lal. Construction is expected to begin soon. Nears Completion C RAN BROOK (Special) Parkland, Cranbrook's new 19- room elementary junior sec- ondary school plant at the southwest corner of the city is about 85 per cent complete, school board building co-or- dinator Frank Basarab reports. However special problems in- dicate it will not be ready for occupation until November, and n the interim Laurie School on j he city's east side will con- -inue to stagger under a i plus pupil load on sliifls. I Celebrations Set FERNIE (HNS) Fernie Labor Day weekend celebra- tions are being orgfinizcd un- der 'committee chairman John Peter Hughes. It has been decided to drop the parade this year unless it can get more support. A full program of sports will be presented. Saturday there is to be a lit- tle league ball tournament, foot races, and watermelon-eating contests for the younger set. Sunday and Monday there is to be various sports events in- cluding a six team women's soflball knock-out tournament. Award Contract CRANBKOOK (Special) L. T. Nimsick. MLA, has been notified by Highways Minister Black that a eorlracl bus been let to Manning CWVuuction Ltd. at for the b r i d g e-overpass project at Wardner, work to start im- mediately. The project is a major part of transportation relocation ne- cessitated by (he East Koote- nay pondage of the Libby Dam which will start filling the Kootenay River basin to a level of feet altitude with north terminal upstream from the present Wardner bridge. GIANT 3100N HOCKETS A m e r i c a 's 36-sLorey-lu'gh mocn rockets are made ready for flight in the John F. Ken- nedy Space Centre's vertical as- sembly building, a structure so large that four United Nations buildings could pass horizon- tally through its 450-foot doors. SATURDAY PARKING Parking at all YELLOW METERS in the immediate Downtown area is FREE on Saturdays There is a 2-hour time limit. LETHBRIDGE DOWNTOWN BUSINESSMEN'S ASSOCIATION 308 5th Street S. Phone 328-4726 JOIN THE AUTUMN AVANT GARDE! owWE FALL FASHIONS SHIRTS Reg. 3.99-6.99 ON SALE .57 317-5 Classic styling with little care; perfectfor an active autumn. These shirts of polyester and cotton come in assorted colours, sizes 10-18. SLACKS Reg. 6.99-12.99 ON SALE 557-1037 Stroll into the new season in save! Choose from a wide variety of styles, striped or plain, polyester, wool, acrylic or knit. Range of new Fall colours in sizes 6-20, WHERE SMART WOMEN SHOP JEWEL "ONE SIZE" Reg. 990 PR. PANTY-HOSE 79 0 PR. PRS. 12 30 to 100 to 150 IDS. Fall fashion colours 106 4lh AVENUE SOUTH TEL. 328-2653 COUEGE MALI, 20th AVE. onrf MAYOR MAGKATH ORIVf TEL. 328-7011 OVER 225 STORES COAST TO COAST TO SERVE YOU BETTER. (C.O.D. ORDERS ACCEPTED) ;