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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, July 13, 1971 THI LETHMIDGE HERALD 17 Saint Laurent students o arrive here Thursday Students travelling on the atot Laurent Lethbridge stu- ent exchange program are ex- acted to arrive back in Leth- ridge Thursday at p.m. The student's Thursday arri- al in Lethbridge will follow a rip from Winnipeg to Edmon- on, Wednesday by CNR train, and charter bus from Edmon- 071. En route from the prov- nce's capital, they will make ;ops at such places as Rocky 'fountain House and Syl- an Lake, Wednesday, and Eops Thursday which will in- lade Banff and Lake Louise. Saint Laurent students will etum to Quebec via bus to Cal- ary airport, and an Air Can- da flight to Montreal's Dorval airport. Activities planned for the Trench Canadian visitors are scheduled to kick off Friday at a.m. when the Lelhbridge and Saint Laurent groups corn- lined, will travel to Waterton o take in swimming, ng, and a tours on the lake with he International. Friday night the group will spend at the Rufus Goodstriker lamp, and will return to town Saturday after participating ia a trail-ride. Alter a one-day rest Sunday, he group is expected to view Jackie McColl, top; Lora Gibson sense' for horse care By BEVERLY-ANN CARLSON Staff Writer "C'mon now bring 'er home! Bring 'er go the shouts members of the gymkhana club at their week- ly meet held Sunday. A part of the Whoop Up PUBLIC BINGO JACKPOT 16 GAMES IETHBRIDGE ElKS IODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS-8 p.m. Saddle Club, the group is led by Bill McCall, a member of the Club. Gymkhana games on horseback, or racing has more to it than meets the eye, according to Mr. McCall. It is a way of helping the young people involved develop iheir sense of responsibility; it gives them initiative, says Mr. McCall. Part of the responsibility in- volved, comes in where the youths participating usually have to care for their own horses. "Most of their parents are too busy, so the responsib- ilily falls on kids i he said. I When looking after their own HELP US TO HELP OTHERS! The Salvation Army Welfare Services Needs Clothing, Furniture, Toys, Household Effects CALL 328-2860 FOR PICKUP SERVICE OR LEAVE AT 412 1st AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE FISH GAME ASSN. WEDNESDAY AT 8 P.M. it I nnmuub i wn BINGO IN THE EAGLES HALL 13th St. N. JACKPOT 53 NUMBERS-FREE CARDS 3 JACKPOTS (4th, 8th and 12th) in 7 Numbers NO CHILDREN UNDER 16 LADIES' AUXILIARY CANADIAN LEGION BINGO Wednesday at 8 p.m. Mill W Air conditioned Memorial Hall Game 6th 4lh Game Jackpot 8lK Game in 7 Numberi If 4th Gatno Not Won. lOlh Game Blackout 15 Gamo Blackout for in 53 Number! or Lett lucky Draw Extra Cards Door Prize Standard Gamut Doubled if Won In 7 Number in fint 12 games TICKET GIVEN TO WINNERS OF ALL GAMES EVERYONE WELCOME the Whoop-Up-Days parade and attend Whoop-Up activities for Monday and Tuesday. Wednesday, July 21, an official dinner with guests in- cluding the mayor, city offi- cials, and parents of Lethbridge students, will be held at Erick- sen's Family Restaurant. An air and bus lour of the city of Lethbridge will make for a full days activities Thurs- day, while bowling and a hay- ride and wiener roast are plan- ned for Friday. A return visit will be made to the conclusion of Whoop-Up Days on Saturday, July 24, with Sunday, again, being a free day. Monday and Tuesday, the stu- dents will make tours to Writing-On-Mone Park, with Alva Bair, and the West Haley Colony, Mclntyre Ranch, and Cardston before preparing for the Quebec students' return to Montreal on Thursday, July 29. THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes "Am I supposed to eat it or dip arrowheads in Soups removed from city shelves Soups produced by Bon Vivant Soups Inc., Hewark, N.J., have been located and re- moved from the shelves of two Lethbridge stores according to Dr. A. A. Byrne, medical health officer with 'the Lethbridge Health Unit. The sale of the soups was banned by the federal health department following the death o! a New York man and the serious illness his wife. To date, no tests have been conducted on soups found in Lethbridge and Dr. Byrne was unable to say whether any would be made in the future. 9-yr.-oId composer MOSCOW (AP) Nana Ga- bashrili, 9, has written a collec- tion of 25 children's songs her editor says are "just as sincere and spontaneous as Nana's pure child's the Soviet news a2ency Tass reported. In Canada, the soups are sold under brandnames of Bon Vi- vant, Hickory Farms of Ohio, Reese Finer Foods, and Aneora. Four swollen cans o! soup, bacteria growth, were found by officials in Van- couver over the weekend, and sent to Ottawa for testing by food and drug authorities. SINGERS CHOSEN MONTREAL 88 singers have been chosen for the fall season of the flew Quebec Opera. Artistic direc- tor Leopold Siraoneau feaid 35 per cent of those candidates se- lected are Quebecers with the balance being Kalian and Ger- man immigrants. The first opera to be produced will be Samson and Delila, scheduled to open in October. FAMILY PLANNING The Unitarian Service Com- mittee supports family planning in India, Korea and Hong Kong. USC headquarters is at 56 Sparks Street, Ottawa. horses, the young people are forced to find some kind of em ployment to meet expenses o feeding, boarding, and caring for their horse. "These days more and rnor is expected of said M McCall, "and if they are taugh to take the challenges tha come before them, and can meet them squarely and dea with them, the groundwork laid for coping with problems which they will face in olde life." Within the club, the meir bers participate in such acti ities as barrel racing, po bending, rescue race, and flag racing. These are all events used in rodeos in To join ths group, there are no I prerequisites except for the I availability of a horse to ride, and the time to spend to learn cbout the animal. There is no ago limit in the club and any- one interested is welcome to join. Participation is a large part of the leadership training em- ployed with the youths. "If I can go out and participate, then I feel that it is in some way helping to close the gap between generations and pos- sibly between the kids them- selves, and their says Mr. McCall. "I won't ask them to do something that I can't or won't do." Tho members have gained much self confidence in the past year, according to Mr. McCall. "This stems from their mastering the animal." The challenge of mastering the animal brings out self con- fidencc, and changes the youths so that they "don't have such a tendency (o look for a crulch in other things as Mr. McCall says. I "And besides all this, we I have a lot of SIMPSONS-SEARS ON SALE 4 DAYS ONLY Engines so good We Guarantee them miles mile guarantee on complete engines the strongest guarantee in the industry. Guaranteed coast-to-coast in Canada, and Sears in the U.S. 20% off Why face expensive repair bills on an old engine that's on its last legs? Simpsons-Sears complete en- gines or engines without heads are remanufactured with many new parts and to exacting tolerances. It could mean money in the bank.. Transmission Trouble? Don't repair replace with ALLSTATE 20% off Automatics: 6 months or miles Standards: 3 months or miles Commercial vehicles: 60 days. An ALLSTATE rebuilt transmission often costs less than o repair or overhaul job. Many garages lack the knowledge of these intricate units and do not have sufficient business lo justify the expense of the precision testing equipment required to turn out a guaranteed unit. SERVICE STATION OPEN WEDNESDAY UNTIL 6 P.M. Wheel Alignment Special 7 .99 Correct caster; camber toe-in; wheel centering; torsion bar height adjustment (where steering gear adjustment check for front wheel bearing noise; bearing adjustment; inspect front springs and shocks. Expert check of front wheel balance (All parti extra if Net just a brake reline BUT A Complete brake system overhaul Includes: Reline all 4 wheels Resurface all 4 drums and arc linings to fit drum Rebuild oil wheel cylinders Repack ell front wheel bearings Replace front wheel seals Top up brake fluid Check all brake lines Check master cylinders Check stop light switch, wiring and bulbs Road fest car. AND In addition, SIMPSONS-SEARS Guarantees this I oh for a full miles. Compare this Complete Job with any other advertised reline iob. THE PRICE? SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY Ford, Chev., Ponliac, Dodge, Plymouth EXTRA disc brake cars, if only rear brakes required, price will bo less. 49 SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m. Centre Village 2nd Ave. and 13 Si. N. ;