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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta INQUIRE ABOUT THE PRE-CHRISTMAS HAWAII CRUISE ABOARD THE 'ARCADIA', DEC. 4-20, 1973 14 DAYS PROM for further Information and contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL Ctntro Villago Mall Telephone 3213201 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Friday, July 13, 1973 PAGES 13 TO 26 LETHMIDOE OFHC! FURNITURE LTD. Level 7th Street Sheening Mall lethbridae, Alberta Phene (401) 3217411 HOME AND OFFICE SAFES The city Briefly Speaking Park regulations broken The parks department of the city has already exper- ienced some problems this summer with people breaking park regulations. The use of paries is con- trolled by the parks bylaw and other bylaws of the city. These bylaws are designed to protect the public and maintain proper conditions in parks to make them enjoy- able to all, says the parks department. Problems have been caus- ed by the parking and driving of motorcycles and cars on areas not designated for ve- hicles; golf and horseback riding in parks and dogs run- ning loose. Book sellers elect director The manager of the Uni- versity of Lethbridge book store has been re-elected to a second three-year term as western director of the Cana- dian Booksellers Association. Larry Long was elected at the CBA convention held re- cently in Banff. The conven- tion was attended by about 400 delegates of college and university book stores as well as independent book sellers. U of L architecture noted Ten pages of the interna- tional journal entitled Archi- tectural Record is devoted to an in-depth study of the con- cept and design of the Univer- sity of Lethbridge. The spring issue contains en article, featuring 17 photo- graphs of the university and a number of technical scale- drawings. The article des- cribes the building, by Cana- dian architect Arthur Erick- son, as a "bold The journal mentions the newer Physical Education- Fine Arts Building, designed by the Lethbridge firm of Robins Mitchel Watson. Local playwright honored A play written by a mem- ber of the University of Lethbridge English depart- ment has won second prize in the 1973 provincial one- act playwriting competition. Dr. B. F. Tyson received play the award for his "Companion He also won second prize in the 1972 competition with his play "Line of which was broadcast over CBC radio (Edmonton) this spring. Shriners collect Nearly has been col- lected by Lethbridge Shriners from their two-day circus held early, in June. Profits from the circus last year were The in- crease is attributed to better weather, a n improved cir- cus program and more pub- licity. The money raised by the circus goes directly to sup- port hospitals for crippled children. Store manager to retire Ronald Stafford, manager of the Mayor Magrath Drive Safeway store, retires this sum- mer after 37 years with the company. Mr. Stafford began working ftr Safeway in Lethbridge in 1936. He left Lethbridge in 1942 to become a store manager in E. P. FOX Certified Dental Mechanic FOX (Leth.) DENTAL LAB LTD. 204 Medical Dental llda. Phone 327-6565 BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERINGS Custom (retaliation! fh. 32S-0372 2716 12 Ave. S. PHARMACY FAQS FROM O. C. STUBBS Therapeutics' is a rather word -which is oflfen leard and used without much thought or understanding being iven to it. The word actually deals with the four (4) recogniz- ed methods of treating disease. Ibe first is drug therapy which re- to the treat- ment of disease by use of drugs. Second, -we have physical thera- py including the use of physical means such as massage, water 'hydrotherapy> and heat (tner- The third, dieto- tberapy, refers to the control of the diseased person's diet as a means of treating his disease. And the fourth is psychotherapy which is used to refer to mental suggestion used in the treat- ment of disease. Free parking? Here at the answer is, "Of And a place for yon to at whOe filing yoor pre- course. AH this and our frieodly, consrieatious ser- nce is always ready for you ere at 1506 9th Ave S. Open dafly a.m. to .m. Sundays and Holidays U, toon to Regina. He also managed a Safeway store in Moose Jaw and was district manager in Regina for four years. He trans- ferred back to Lethbridge in 19S1 and has managed the or Magrath Drive store since it opened in 1961. Among the changes Mr. Staf- ford has seen are the pricing of fruit by the pound instead of by the dozen, and the switch' to self-service meat counters. Active in civic organizations, Mr. Stafford feels he will be able to become involved in volunteer work now that busi- ness pressures win be easing for him. All TYPES OF AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION WINDOW COOLERS AND CENTRAL UNITS CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVENUE S. PHONE 32S-3388 Over easy Judy Hoot of Lethbridge aboard Mr. Zed at competfrten Agriculture display set with consumer Sheep, hogs and poultry wfll be the feature attraction at the 1973 Whoop-Up Days agricultural section Food for You, Open daily Monday to Sat- urday from 11 a.m, to 9 p.m. in both Whoop-Up Pavilion and Exhibition Pavilion, the public will be able to see an aspects of sbeep, hog and poultry production, process- ing and use. Prepared dishes accompa- nied by recipes for use in the home will be on display to show fairgoers what can be accomplished. Commercial food outlets will be selling sheep, bog and poultry products in the various booths. The consumer will be able to see carcasses and the va- rious cuts of lamb and hog meat in a cooler display. A highlight of the sheep section win be spuming and weaving work and a sheep shearing display. Models will display wool- len clothing and knitted prod- ucts from a local shop will be shown. A cMck midway will be featured in the poultry sec- tion. Small chicks enticed aboard with feed will ride miniature midway rides. A special livestock display will feature the beef indus- try. Exotic and domestic breeds will be shown in pens at the Exhibition Grounds. Rapeseed and potato prod- ucts will be displayed in the various stages of processing. Machinery Row win again be located outside the pa- vilions. This year, machines will be operating so the pub- lic can see how they work. An antique machinery dis- play wifl be part of Ma- chinery Row. For the younger set, Kid- dies Zoo will feature many domestic farm animals, such as ducks, geese and piglets. There is no entry' charge for any agricultural section. Ken Corraini, assistant manager for the Exhibition Board! says the public will be able to talk directly with producers, the persons run- ning the agricultural section. AKROYD'S PLUMBING, HEATING AND GASFITTING 24-HOUR SERVICE WORK New Installation Phone 328-2106 FOX FORAGE HARVESTER Don't mist the LIVE DEMONSTRATION of tha Fox Model 3000 Forage Harvester at avr Display location an Machinery Row at the Exhibition Grounds 16th thru Joly 21st OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 226 Mth St. North Phone Uthbridge 328-3357 or tha "OWES nearest you I Certified Dental M ICUFF BLACK, tLACK DENTAL Utfl JMMCAl DENTAL lower level PHONE 327-2822 FEW THINGS IN LIFE RUN AS WELL ASA VOLKSWAGEN 1971 VW Deluxe Radio, gas hearer, low mileage. 1970 Toyota Corona 4 door. Clean unit. RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. VOLKSWAGEN PORSCHE AUDI 329-4539 3rd Ave. and St. S. ASTRO J REALTY LTD. Don't delay your home PHONE 328. 7743 EXTRA WEAR FOR EVERY PAK MIKE HANZEL SHOE REPAIR 317 7Hi STREET SOUTH i Horse show ends on novelty note Letbbridge's Brian Ball captured the Roxy Memorial Trophy- signifying high point horse class on the final day of the annual Lethbridge Ex- hibition Light Horse Show Thursday. The trophy, donated by the Hugh McKenna family of Lethbridge honoring a form- er top performance horse, was awarded to Brian for winning the most points dur- ing the four-day show at 'the Exhibition Grounds. Earlier Gayle Perry of Chin captured the Susie Q Memorial Trophy, donated by tbs Tony Perlich family in recognition of another horse killed by lightning. The Susie Q trophy signi- fies the high point senior horse in the light horse show. It was entertainm e n t, laughs and some excellent riding which was packed into the final day. Pole bending, similar to' slalom ski racing, barrel racing, jumping events and bareback riding kept the largest crowd dapping during the day. Two of the more interesting spectator events included the chairs and the sen- ior saddle-up race. Musical chairs, played sim- ilar to the kindergarten var- iety, posed the problem of 11 riders trying to find a place on one of 10 available tires inside the show ring. Each time the judge blew a whistle, the riders would dis- mount from their horses and race to the closest tire. Last one with a tire was the win- ner. In the senior saddle up race, with a disappointing two entrants, saddles and rid- ers were placed at one end of the ring with baiter in hand. At the other end of the ring, the horses were releas- ed. The women had to race to their animals, halter (hem, lead them back to the saddles end put the saddle on. The winner was the first one across the finish line. Local riders in both senior and junior classes topped the field of about 330 entries from 100 riders. In the jumping competition. Gwen Aneca, of Lethbridge, topped the seniors with Joan Pavan of Lethbridge captur- ing the junior class. Robbie Greenbill of Ed- monton won the stock equita- ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Mdg. 222 Sik St. S. 3284095 INSURANCE HOME-BUSINESS-FARM AUTO and LIFE WE CAN SAVE .YOU MONEY See seen IORSTCR 706 3rd Ave. S. 327-2793 Saturday Sunday tion class for riders under ll years of age while Joan Pavan won the same event for those 11 to 14 years. Sandy Rebalkin, of Vulcan, took the same event for those 14 years and over. Tyler Zell, of Midnapore, took the basic seat equitation event for riders under 14 years with Isle Moon, of Leth- bridge, capturing the same event for those 14 to 18 years. In the bareback riding class, Natalie of Vulcan, took the red ribbon and trophy for riders under 11 years while Katby Smyke, of Coalhurst, won a similar class for riders 11 to 18 years. In the halter class for rid- ers 14 to 18 years, Michael Shea, of Calgary, emerged the winner. In another baiter class for riders 11 to 14 years, Kristi McCaugherty, of Leth- bridge, won first place. Joanne Buckman, of Fort Steele, B.C., won the junior pole bending event. In an event in which the DINE DANCE THIS WEEK FEATURING "TEMPO" WESTWINDS DINING ROOM to p.m. NO COVER CHARGE phone 328-7756 tor FAMILY DAY SUNDAY BRUNCH 10 am. to 2p.m. Live Dinner Music from 6 to 8p.m. (special chiWreris) menu riders had to race their mounts to the other end of the show ring and then lead them back, Mary Ann Hand- saeme, of Lethbridge, took first place. Brian Ball, of Lethbridge, captured the musical chairs event with Ross Mcllwraith, of Lethbridge, winning the rescue race. In the rescue race, Ross raced his horse to the opposite end of the show ring, picked up a buddy and need across the finish line first. Brian Ball also took the junior barrel race with Diane Hover, of Lethbridge, taking the ladies' amateur barrel race. Senior pole bending was won by Jayne Schmidt, of Lethbridge, while Joanna Perlich captured the senior saddle-up race. Annette Hendricks won the special committee class, featuring all of the organizers of the fight horse show for 1973. Pedestrian in hospital after truck hit her A 71-year-old Lethbridge woman is in satisfactory condition in the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital today following a pedestrian-vehi- cle accident Thursday after- noon. Margaret Ramage, 1405 5th Ave. A N., was rushed to hospital with undeter- mined injuries received in the accident at a crosswalk at 5th Avenue and 13th Street N. Driving tha truck was Brian Francis Gallant, 24, 1902 21st Ave. N. A 23-year-old Lethbridge man is still in fair condition in the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital with injuries re- ceived in a single motor- cycle accident Sunday. Nolan Kevin Davies, 822 16th St. S., was thrown sev- eral feet in the air when the motorcycle he was driving bounced off a curb at North Parkside Dr. S. A 51-year-old Lethbridge man is now in satisfactory condition in the. Lethbridge Municipal Hospital after a week's treatment of serious injuries received July 6 in a head-on collision near Stir- ling. Joe Magistad was a pas- senger in one of the two vehi- cles Involved in the accident. City policemen this morn- ing were trying to resolve whether 13 prisoners in city cells on Friday the 13th was a bad omen for them or the prisoners. AIR CONDITION NOW wHbtkt ROUND ONE Carrier ALCON REFRIGERATION LTD. FURNACES, SHEET METAl and HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING 2214 43 St. S. Ph. 3274m Whoop Up Days Special CLEAR-OUT MAYFAIR WEAREVBl ALUMINUM COOKWARE One and twe qt. sauce- pans, 2 qt. double boilers, 8" and 10" fry- pans, assorted colon to choose Colt Housewares 32741767 DOWNTOWN Tit the Season of I White Sandals Dozens styl of lovely sum- es to choose A eaod selection of CHILDREN'S SANDALS SPECIAL PLATFORM SOLE STRIP SANDAL In White, Brawn or Tan Priced at 3.Maml4.9t In white and navy or while and red Rao. 14.00. SPECIAL We have NORTH STAR JOGGERS For tbe family An ideal holiday shoe Tender Tootsies 0T A frrcnt tor Svmmtrl MEN'S WHITE SHOES by Docfcf or Moriineltt MEN'S and 1AWES GENUINE WALLABEES Mode In Ireland 1o choose from. Open M. ITU f p.m. Use Yavr Card CAMM'S ;