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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 me UiriSMDGE HERALD Saturday, Jvly 14, Free ice cream on Kiddies9 Day Wednesday is the time for kids during Whoop-Up Days with free admission, a grand- stand show and reduced prices on the rides. The Silver Spurs, a dancing group from Spokane, Wash., will perform at a free grand- stand show for the kids at 10 a.m. Jim Elliott, CJOC radio, will be the master of ceremon- ies. Free ice cream will be given to all the kids, compli- ments of Saiverwood Dairies. Several bicycles will be given away, compliments of Batons of Canada, Sven Ericksen's Restaurant and the exhibition board. Admission to the grounds win be free for children under 14 until 4 p.m. Prices on the rides will be reduced from noon until 4 p.m. The evening grandstand show, featuring the Silver Spurs and pony chucfcwagon will be free to children under 14 who are accompanied by their parents or other adults. FOX FORAGE HARVESTER Don't miss the LIVE DEMONSTRATION of the Pox Model 3000 Forage Harvester at our Display Location on Machinery Row at the Exhibition Grounds July 16th thru' July 21st Distributed by OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 224 36lh St. North Phone lethbridge 328-3357 or the "OLIVER DEALER" nearest you Welcome Visitors year's EXCITING WHOOP-UP DAYS HAVE FUN AT THE FAIR BUT TAKE TIME OUT TO VISIT US FOR A FREE TIRE INSPECTION Need New Tires? Install Dependable UNIROYAL FASTRAK POLYESTER TIRES Size E78-14 Blaekwoll EACH 22 .95 4 tough plies of polyester far strength wilfc comfort n series design low, wide, husky look Deep tread depth for long, de- pendable mileage. Engineered for stability and steering BAD SHOCKS BRAKES BALANCE AND ALIGNMENT ARE DANGEROUS Make your appointment for safety DOW with our service department all work guaranteed performed by experts! SEE THE none WHO KNOW TRIES BEST KIRK'S LETHBRIDGE 1621 3rd Ave. S. Phone TABEft SOrti Ave. Phone 223-3441 FERNIE, B.C. Rodeo chief Stock for the Whoop-Up Days rodeo will be suppli- ed by Reg Kesler, the larg- est independent stock con- tractor in North America. A former rodeo cowboy himself, Mr. Kesler has a large herd of rodeo ani- mals that he moves from competition to competition in -equipment valued at TIRE SALES LTD. prize money The grand marshall of this year's Whoop-Up Days parade July 16 is Commissioner Vic- tor M. Seppala, commander of K Division of the BCMP. parade will be success- ful again this year, promises ffiQ, parade marsban for 29 years. Fifteen bands from three provinces and West Ger- many will provide livery music for the rest of the entrants. The LCI band win lead the parade. Toe parade will take the route of previous years, forming on Ttfa and 8tta Aye. N., facing 13th St. N. Beginning at a.m., the parade -win go down 13th St. to 3rd Ave. turn right and continue to 9th St S., then go left OB 4th Ave. ot 12th St S. where it win disperse. Parade judges are members of the Downtown and Green Acres Kbwanis dubs and tbdr wives. Nearly in prise wfll be awarded to wta- ;