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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta DID YOU KNOW? Thai it cosli no more to book all your travel with a qualified agent. Art Williams Travel Centre Mall PHone 321-3201 The Lethbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Saturday, July 14, 1973 PAGES 13 TO 24 UTHMIDGE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. lethbridoe, Alberta Uwer Level 7lh Street SheMing Mall Ptwne (403) ADDING MACHINES Parade Monday Whoop-Up 1973 ready to bust out Preparations for Whoop-Up Days 1973 are in full swing as exhibition officials ready for Monday's opening. The downtown parade is kickoff event for the six- day celebration. Marshalling at 7th and 8th Aves. N. near 13th St., the parade will in- clude 15 bands among the many entries. Grand marshal for the pa- rade is Asst. Commissioner Victor M. Sepalla, senior RCMP officer in Alberta. The parade will start at a.m. and will go down 13th St. to 3rd Ave. S., turn right on 3rd Ave. and travel to 5th St. S. It will go down Great comedy featured A film series sponsored by the University of Lethbridge on great movie comedy teams will be launched at the Yates Memorial Centre Sept. 18. The non-credit course, open to everyone, will take a look at the famous comic combina- tions who made millions laugh. Each film presenta- tion wiH be briefly introduced by a member-of the university faculty. Fee is for adults and for students and senior citi- zens. Registration for the eight evenings of films .must be completed before the first ses- sion. MOVING? OWEN AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINK 5th St. to 4th Ave. S-. travel along 4th Ave. and disperse at about 12th St. S. The gates at the exhibition grounds open at 9 a.m. Mon- day, though most of the ex- hibits do not open until 11 a.m. All exhibits, the midway, the Casino and the Beer Gar- dens will open at noon. Post time for horse racing Monday is p.m. Whoop-Up Days will be offi- cially opened Monday at 8 p.m. immediately prior to the grandstand show by RCMP Asst. Commissioner SepaUa. The LeRoy Van Dyke Show 'and pony chuckwagon- races highlight the grandstand show Monday and Tuesday nights. The Silver Spurs, -a dancing group from Spokane, Wash., share the limelight with the pony chuckwagon races for Wednesday's grand- stand show. Rodeo action and chuck- wagon races are slated for Thursday, Friday and Satur- day evenings, one of the few outdoor night rodeos in Can- ada. Exhibition officials are looking for record attendance at the exhibition grounds. At- tendance last year fell short of 1971's record atten- dance of Last year's decline was due to rainy weather. Officials express mixed feelings about next week's weather pros- pects warm, sunny weath- er will boost attendance, rain will greatly benefit area crops, but win reduce atten- dance. "And, after all, this is an agricultural one di- rector said. New attractions for Whoop- Up Days this year are the pony chuckwagon races and Skydivers wiH jump at pirn. Monday, Wednesday and Friday near the Whoop-Up Compound in conjunction with the Sports Canada ac- tivities. Thomas Shows will again be the midway producer, offering rides, sideshows and games. A band concert in conjunc- tion with Whoop-Up Days wfll be held on the lawn in front of the Nikka Yuko Garden Sunday at 7 p.m. The public is invited at no charge. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC D04TAL MfCHAMC IMf. 222 Slh St. f. Phene 32S4095 SEE YOU AT THE PAIR GROUNDS IN THE EXHIBITION PAVIUON SWEET AND SOW PORK SPARfRIBS PORK CHOW MEM PORK FRIED RICE PINEAPPLE PORK 990 ANY 3 ___ This menu applies only te the fair JUST CAU OR III I INN from the 327-2297 fcW Depot The city Afloat BILL GROENEN photo Afloat on Henderson Lake Thompson- brothers, of Robby, 8 and Tim 12, hope they con bring bock more than 1205 23rd St. S., try their luck at a little fishing. Jim, 14, a ttory of "the one that got away." 'Hard hif by month's end Battle with Bertha predicted The Alberta Department of Agriculture has reported Lethbridge and Vulcan re- gion rapeseed fields will be hit" by -Bertha army- worms about the end of July. Joe Gurba, bead of the crop protection and pest control section for. the department, reported army worms counts as high as 114 per square yard in some areas. A count of 50 per square yard is con- sidered a heavy infestation. Other areas of the province which will likely be heavily i ni e s t ed include Lacombe, Stettler, Sedgewick, Ver- milion, Wamrigbt, Coronado, Strathmore, Fairview and Grande Prairie, says Mr. Gurba. Blair Shaw, district agricul- turist for the County of Vul- can, told The Herald in a tele- Blood shortage provokes Red Cross donor appecd Red Cross officials in Cal- gary have issued an appeal for blood donations to over- come the normal summer shortage of blood in Southern Alberta and southeastern Brit- ish Columbia. Ken McGregor of the re- gional office, which serves Al- berta from Red Deer south and southeastern B.C., said Friday the shortage is not critical but "we sure don't have any extra." PARK'S-NEILSON'S Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 311 St. S. 1514A 9th Ave.S. PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 hour service tailoring blocking end leather processing pleat drapery processing He said the months of June, July and August are usually tough for the Red Cross be- cause many regular donors are on vacation. "We need between 800 and 900 units of blood each week of the year to supply the 50 hospitals in the area. Nor- mally our workers can have a blood donor come in by tele- phoning seven people, but now we have to call between 10 and 15 people to get a blood donor. phone interview Friday that county officials are "sit- ting on their hands waiting.'' Mr. Shaw predicted spray- ing would start in 10 days in his district although the eggs laid by adult moths haven't started hatching yet. He said there is no panic about the pest sines spraying planes are available and adequate stocks of the chemi- cals Lannate and Lorsban are on band. Mr. Shaw said the county officials have already spray- ed acres of rapeseed crops with the two chemicals to control Alfalfa Looper Caterpillars. By Tuesday, another acres will like- ly have been sprayed. He said excellent control of the loopsrs has been achieved by the two chemicals, used at a slightly stronger rate of application than when spray- ing for Bertha armyworms. The Vulcan district was hit by armyworms last year also. Mr. Shaw said the availability of the chemical Lorsban in a liquid form will speed up the spraying opera- tion and add to the safety fac- tor. Although Lannate is now produced in a liquid form, last year the powder form posed a problem for officials. It took a large crew of workers to make sure ade- quate amounts of powder was mixed and ready for spraying. Men v.orked in' shifts to minimize their exposure to the toxic chemical. About 5.000 acres were sprayed for jBertha army- worms last year. Mr. Shaw is anticipating a similar amount this year. In the Lethbridge area. District Agriculturist Mur- ray McLelland reported that the rapeseed'crops are more mature and are less suscep- tible to the armywonn. Once the crop is swathed, the annywnrms leave it z lone. ASTRO REALTY LTD. Briefly Speaking SMILEY'S PLUMBING GtASS UNH) WATER HEATERS INSTAUEO 321-2176 E. S. P. FOX Certified FOX (Uth.) DENTAL LAI LTD. 204 Medical DonMl WINDOW COOLiR SPECIALS! 5000 ITU 6000 BTU WOO BTU Other types at Comparable Uw CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 32t-33M Beat The Heat! ADMIRAL 10.000 B.T.U. AIR CONDITIONERS While They Last LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCES 905 3rd Avenue South Phone Drs. W. L MITSON and T. L ADAMACK OPTOMETRISTS wish Jo announce the opening of an office for the Practice of Optcmetery in CARDSTON a.m. to p.m. TELEPHONE 653-3331 _ BY APPOINTMENT Drug article distributed More than 500 copies of an article on drug effects, pub- lished in a orofessional. jour- nal for a fa- ler University of Letbbridg student, have now been distnouted. Mulloy Hansen, a third- year medical student at the University of Alberta, began bis study in 1971 through a U of L faculty research grant. His article, on the effect of drugs on self stimulation re- sponse, was reprinted in the 1972 issue of the Psycbophar- macologia Journal. Mr. Hansen said more re- quests for bis article con- tinue to be forwarded to him. Normally, response to a re- search abstract seldom goes beyond the 500 copy limit. City prof, to Kenya seminar A University of Lethbridge professor, Dr. fi. J. Leskie, has been named Alberta rep- resentative to an internation- al education conference at Nairobi, Kenya. Dr. Leskiw, dean of educa- tion at the U of L, will attend the conference July 21 to 28. The only Canadian director of the International Council for the Education of Teach- ers, he will address the con- ference on "formal and non- formal strategies in improv- ing teacher education." Olds College reunion set A-gunSmer reunion of Olds College alumni will be held August 4 and 5 to mark the facility's 60th year of oper- ation. Special recognition will be given to the 10, 25, 40 and 90-year classes and to -stu- dents who attended Olds College in 1913. Registration will be held at 10 a.m. August 4. Guest speaker at the quet will be Lt.-Gov. Grant MacEwan. Pre-registration forms can be obtained from the secre- tary of the Olds College Alumni Association, Box 760, Olds. Nominations to the group's hall of fame are be- ing accepted by the awards committee secretary, Olds College. Fort open all week Fort Whoop-Up at Indian Battle Park will be open seven days a week for the remainder of the summer, Kinsmen officials announced this week. They added that the Assini- boia Community Band, which Busy week for hotels, motels Hotels and motels are ex- pecting big business in Letb- bridge next not en- tirely because of Whoop-Up Days. Regular summer tourists snd travelling businessmen keep most city' motels filled all summer. But hotels, now running at a 75 per cent occu- pation rate, will likely be filled with fair patrons. Certified OeniM MMMTBK CUFF HACK, BUCK DENTAL LABfl MMCAl MNTAl MOC. BERGMAN'S R.OOI COVERINGS Custom Ph. 321-037S J716 12 Ave. S. participated in the Calgary Stampede Parade, will be ap- pearing at the fort Friday at p.m. The 68 member band, directed by Gordon Elmer, has obtained first place in the Moose Jaw Western Can- adian Band Concert three consecutive years. Fort Whoop-Up, normally closed on Tuesdays, will stey open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. until Labor day. Whoop-Up Days Special! Kitchen Step Stock with back. Step up with tote, on sturdy chromed tteel kit- chen stop steel. Padded vinyl sent and back, rub- ber safety trends. An ideal addition to any kitchen. Gold only. WHOOP- UP DAYS SPECIAL ftJT 1 II IV Coll Houseworwi 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Electronic Salesperson Required for audio hi fi and stereo components. preferred or will train. Apply in person to L Kohn, Anglo Stereo ft Photo, 419- 5th Street S. DONT MISS THIS PARADE SPECIAL! MONDAY MORNING OPBI AT AJd. 300 PAIRS OF LADIES' SANDALS FLATS and HEELS vfnitvy BonCr Navyr and Brown. All sites- Reg, to SPECIAL ONLY 403 5th S CAMM'S SHOES DON'T MISS IT! See the joint efforts Of the City Of leth- A of Photography by Terry Bland _. t _ i depicting Lethbridge at work and at play. bridge, the Chamber of Commerce and 51 See it m the New Whoop-Up Pavilion dur- the Lethbridge Exhibition Board. ing Exhibition Week. PSSST: WATCH FOR AN EXCITING ANNOUNCEMENT OF OUR COLLEGE MALL OPENING SOON TERRY BLAND PHOTOGRAPHY LTD. 'CARRIAGE HOUSE STUOKX 1224 3rd Avo. S. 327-2673-327-2565 ;