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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta RELAX THIS SUMMER WITH A BETTER IDEA :6I NOW! SAVE HUNDREDS AT DUNLOP FORD Final mode! year orders have been placed with the foe- lory. Theie cars are now arriving dally and we must keep our Inventory moving to make room. The Head Really On" at Dunlop Ford so come In) Compere! Make your choice! Make your offerl Over 100 brand new 72's to from at coolut prices in town. 1972 MUSTANG SPRINT 351 2 door sportsroof, 3 speed trans., bucket seats, rear spoiler, bile, raised white let- ter tires. Special BIus and White paint and OUR PRICES HAVE BEEN MELTED! SAVE! COOL BUYS WHILE THE HEAT'S ON! Record new car sales have caused a serious overstocked condition in our used car department. "The Heat is Really On" to move them out. See us today for a great deal on the newer car of your choice. Every car marked down this week, in an all out effort to reduce our inventory. 30 DAY UNCONDITIONAL WARRANTY ON ALL A-I USED CARS AND TRUCKS "WE CARE" Open Hourst Weekdays 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to S p.m. CONVENIENT LOW RATE FINANCING ALL ARRANGEMENTS MADE HERE FORD Corner M.M. Drive and 16th Ave. S. Phone 328-8861 Thursday, July U, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGI HEHAID 13 Chilliwack not coming to opening Ironically, the University of Lethbridge has turned down a famous rock band for official opening ceremonies at the cam- pus in September, because offi- cials feared too large a crowd. If the crowd was coming to Local firm accepted in association Hagen Auto Electric of Leth- bridge has been elected an ac- tive member of the Electrical Apparatus Service Association Inc. of America. The organization is on inter- national group of independent motor repair firms with mem- bership totalling more than 1, 900. Active members operate ser- vice centres for the repair, maintenance and sale of elec- trical motors, transformers, controls and associated equip- ment. study, administrators would un- doubtedly have cheered. Chilliwack, a well known Canadian rock band, was ten- tatively scheduled to perform Sept. 22 as part of ceremonies marking the official opening of the new university campus in West Lethbridge. A committee of university and community people arranging the ceremonies cancelled the engagement when they realized Chilliwack would likely draw at least double the crowd the uni- versity gymnasium can hold. "It's said the univer- sity's information co-ordinator, Mike Sutherland, "it's unpopu- lar to be too popular." Instead, three local musical gioups will perform at the dance. They are the Bogus Boogie Band and the Billy Nichol group, both of Leth- bridge, and folk singers Bonnie and Denise Dobek of Blair- more. A crowd of 2.000 which will fill the gym is expected to hear the local groups. Chilli- wack was likely to draw at i least people, said Mr. Sutherland. Ceremonies to celebrate the official opening of the mil- lion west campus will run Sept. 22 to 24. A convocation Sept. 22 will officially install Dr. Bill Beckel as president. Honorary degrees will be given to Senator Ernest Manning, photographer Roloff Beny, University of Toronto president Claude Bissell and Judge L. S. Turcotte, the uni- versity's first chancellor. Premier Peter Lougheed will officially open the campus buildings, designed by Vancou- ver architect Arthur Erickson, Sept. 23. Sept. 23 and 24, Saturday tiri Sunday, the campus will open for public inspection. There will be music, lectures and other entertainment run- ning both days. Sunday, a statue called Moses, designed by Toronto ar- tist Sorel Etrog, will be un- veiled. CHAIN-DRIVEN The first motor-driven fire fighting equipment was pur- chased by the Lethbridge fire department in 1913. They were chain-driven, solid-tired vehi- cles. oooo ONEW FOR O 72 FOOT OPERATED PUMP Ideal for care or oir maftresse. SNAP STRAPS 6" FUNNEL OUT OF RESPECT TO THE LATE CARL BAKER IMPERIAL MOTORS TIRE SERVICE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY FRIDAY, JULY 14th o o o o o o LO-MOUNT TRUCK MIRROR With extension. C 4 9 QC Ideal for comperi..............9 I W.3O RUBBER REPAIR KITS GLASS HOLDER Only 980 pr. BUMPER GUARDS Only pr. WINDSHIELD TAPE ANTENNA A Real Buy At Only O o o o o o o o MIDLAND AUTO SUPPLY (7i> LTD.Q >NE 327-4951O oooo FUGS FLARES A mutt for all trucks, also a safety fea- ture for holiday travellers.....Only pr. SHOP NOW 421 5th ST. SOUTH LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-4951 his style old style It was steam and cinders all the way on those big eight-wheelers. Gave a man a thirst as big as the Rockies and as dry as the Drumheller Badlands. So his style was Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner, for thirst-quenching flavour slow-brewed and naturally aged. And that's the way It still tastes beer brewed with half a century of know-how. Try it at your next wet-your-whlstle-stop. TRADITION YOU CAN TASTE FAOH THE HOUSE OF LETHnfUDQE ;