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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE UTHBXIDCI HERALD Wtdntidoy, 13, 1972 Fairs association Lethbridge picked for group meeting S By LARRY BENNETT Herald Staff Writer "Other fair and exhibition) boards are just now coasider- ing other programs that havei least a year, if not i said Mr. TiSn. Fred M. Pritchard. sew told the meeting the' board had bei-d 16 meetings 2S scare fcokiers attescing the' i association's in-sscng: Capital expenditures made i Teesdav siebt that a inresersa- i the board during the past tion abom" at a' A meeting in Casper, Wyoming, last month resulted in the choice of this as the bos: _. The Letconage Pavilion win be the site of the 1S73 gr.rmal sheeting of tbe I Rocky ilomrtain Association of; totaled S14.442. A majority 01 tljS nmds 'were soent in i pairing aad up gracing facil- j ities and ecxrotasct for the' of the TTifig 8, 9 2SG 10. to be held Nor. Tiffh. also toki the as- Mr. Pritchard blamed bad weather curing fair veek for a sembied share holders at leastl -'oss graadstasd show pro-: a cozen ocher fairs arc esiabi- tiocs is Casaca have followed auditors report the lead set by the local board scored the board operated a: arc are boidbs iivescock i 5 ins shows at other "teas their i-crsia! fair week. The LeSbridae Exhibition wss the first in. Canada to take ijfi cut of the s trp from the shown at tbe end 157L i f2530. 1 ear a S2L33Q j ser sad sove it to the coHectec. with the collected last year. Automotive retailers to request elimination of unfair gas prices By JIM MAYB1E Htrald Slaff Writer Tbe cost of such promotions' report op gasoline _ marketing, are borne in varying degrees! by proviccc Tie provincial cabinet was companies and franchis- is controlled asked today to take steps to i dealers. Dealers feel they j tbe sop- eJimisaie the discriminatory constitute a heavy, urmec-; pjjes ft pays the highest price wholesale prices of gasoline in essary expense, produces i per gallon any purchaser of Alberta- cnly temporary results. Tbe Automotive Betailsrs" ;____________________ Association repress-; ting the automotive service in-: B dustry in Alberta including ser- i Protection vice station operators, present-1 ed a 20-page brief designed to 1 eliminate the "unfair, ciscrija.- tf) f ssdca operators ica-ory asa aosinrc on recerre the same sort jgasoline I Other classes of gasoline pur- chasers, said the brieL iaclude I coHEsercial ccasoaieirs and I firms "which resell gasoHce to tbe motoiing public under pri- i brojds (the so-caBed "ofi- j brand Both classes are to pur- counts. I Failing s ing business by large corpora-1 tioss Tjfirfns1 them over tbe Lethbridge men elected Exhibition board members i CAUTION Only those crecs of Lake decred By city crews ere tor skating. The dry tests the rhiclcnsss cf the reguScrty, the btest text showed ths ice is only fivs inches thick. Ths slew freezing is ccused by the blcriket of sncw cover- to serve on the board; to replace Stan; ina ice whlch kasss ths 32 F> of directors of the Letbbricse i wd purchase price air com- petition for tbe fracchised deal- tbe cabinet Tbe situation for tb ed service station operator is tbe brief said, Tbe nuniber of otf-branders is Brew- ing and. oil conipaniss are tensrjmg the situation by go- ing' jgfo retail discounting them- seJves through the operancn of discoGnt izas bars, and a: 02e asnoa! rjocelas A. i and Eez STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd 5. 327-3024 Oudoor project approved Siziy Grade 8 stodeiss frcm AsstzEptfoci School "siH spend. ;3fey 23 to Jnce I at Beaver ilEnss Lake Boy Scout Carnp i Impeesa, 32 miles "Aest of Leth- i bridge, i Tbe Lethbridge Separate I School Board Tuesday voted to {ccctribcte S3W per sta- to the Laadry told the board, the pro- ject w31 be extended to ail six grades at Students 7r3 be accom- pasied by foor teachers, one nurse, four volsnteer parents f to act as cooks, guides and four grade II so dents frost CsthoSc Cectral claaes: tracsportatiQn, JUO, i photograjcy 550, ;rect of sleeping asd i related fgdEtfgg. S240, 12 Esals i plus snacks aad vitamins, S5CO, I and first aid and other cgrrip i supplies,