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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 ME UTHBaiOGE HE5AID V.'sdnaidoy, Otttmbef 13, 1972 Fairs association Lethbridge picked for group meeting By LARRY BENNETT ''Other fair and exhibition Herald Staff Writer blare's are just now consider- __ in2 other programs that have Utnor.dse cur fair for at' FiVLicn ire site c-i tha least a year, if rust i mcetiiis of tbe Mr, Tiffin. 1 o: Fred M. Pritchard, new1 Tjresicerit told the the' board had he'd 16 Capital exper.dit-.ire> made _ '.y the hoard during the past Lethbridea a; a totaled S14.442. A b. Camper. tbe were in re" rr.onth resumed "b '.he sad TO grading cr.oice oi this cir.- as the hoe: ar-d for the c: meeting to b? r.e'.d Nos1. E. 9 arc ;o. Mr. Pritchard blamed bad Mr. Tii'fir. toia the is- weather during fair Trees for a shara holders at k-as; in grandstand sho-r pro- a dozen other fairs and exbibi- ada have followed Tr-e auditor's report oi Tr.e Exhibition the in Canada to taie Uvestock classification 5 d '.he summer and move it to the collected, compared the SilTM collected last year. Lethbridge men elected Exhibition board members four LsthbridEe --.-ere Fred M. Pri-xhard vas eiect- tc- on ihe board ed president to replace Stan o: directors of the Lethbridse i iiSo. ar.d Diitrict Eihibition board members lacajie Ajitnon- Per- ot tne annual meetins ires--ay i. Automotive retailers to request elimination of unfair gas prices By JIM MAVB1E Herald Fi aff Writer The provincial ca today to take steps to eliminate the wholesale prices of jjiioiiro in Alberta. The Automoti-.e Reti ting the automotive in- dustry in Alberta ser- vice station operators, present- ed s 20-page brie: designed to eliminate the "unfair, discrim- inatory and oi! com- pany gasoline pricing poii bv.-r.e in varying degrees oil companies and Jran'.-hi5-j dealers. Dsalers (eel they rnarketfag, by tbe prorjice o1 "Tne tied re- whch is controlled they jjv ,.re fArnpbny which sup- inec- pjje; L> pays the hishen price 'jf'er; constitute a hea-.y, unnec- expense, products per sailor: o: any purchaser of or.iy temporary restilts. gasoline." 1 Other o: gisolii Protection Service stadon operators; void receive the same sort concern and protection from firms v.tJch retell gasoline to the motoring public pri- vate 'tbe so-taned "off- to our- CAUTION Only These creel of Hend rscn Lake cleared by city ere safe for spring. The tests the thickness cf the ice regularly, ar.d the ;atest rest the ice is five inches The slew freezing is caused by tne of snc' inc The !he ice surfcce ct 32 decrees F. STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Street S. Phone 327-3024 Oudoor project approved ne tbe system, gasoline be deal problem, the cabinet sold to and com- toid. merciil c-istomers 'comparJes ARA L, who gas tr.eir OT.TI of ve- rjf Aibera; ftieles; at pncfes m more tnan such [i: two cects a gsllcn less tnsntfca' in this brief." paid by the branded operator.' was toy_ Tee ARA was det'Lolte tlcat establith the neoessi.-.- condi- rr jj generally ur.L'orm for going to kxii ?a: i appear. oil companies in any given Log in the provlw.e. A regijlaf.ior: should be area, is generally rjgher: r- :pa.sserf to Vohibit oi! compsn- than Coe acijal part by ies fron-i charging dealer- any classes of p-jrchaser, part of the coct of oil cc.r.p-j.oy brief claimed. Acceding to errimen! McKenzie ijer 'jj.5 month. Meet The Representative From PENTAX-HONEYWELL and SANKYO This Thursday 5-9 p.m., Friday 5-9 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m Demonstration of ihe World's Finest Photo Equipment! Don't miss out on this great Christmas Special ASAHI PENTAX OUTFIT 1. SPOTMATC I! CAMERA :he 55 r.'.ro rl.S ler.; fr.ct f- ni I u 11 on' z "J t r'; i Corr r- rete I h 2. WIDE ANGLE LENS 3. TELEPHOTO LENS SAVE Manufacturer's Suggested List Price OUR PACKAGE PRICE Grofiers opinions asked Store hours issue resumes CHARGRX We ore Southern Alberta's Largest Pentax denier. We stock a complete assortment of the finest photo equipment from Pentax. ANGLO DISTR! Stereo Photographic Centre 419 5th Street S. Phone 323-6661 operators Tr.ree the four "-Fiie-.en op- tloat ;t w. rx; aijov.ed to ttay t.'jst open 24 hours open for li hour1. filed. So had been char.jed have beer. vec-1 vX-cess- accior; taier. r.y cotmtil or. SCllOOJ gll'ls don't want ijovvlinff thie i; Stiff Cstho'ic Central into V'''-> I hv r.o--v.b> recTea- to fill The s Knnocalioiut contract mcardnd t. Ten .0 t'.-'; T adjij'.t.OO'T. t '.-til m the bylaw. High ''ar.rl Karl T.e rxjtr.hridge a r a Crar.e Ltd. ;