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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta i _ THE LETHBRiOOe HIRALO Saturday, July 17, 1971 flf BURRITO BANDITO IBB.. Rides Again Lista De Comida Mexicana Tac Enchiladas Rice Beans Chili Buritos SEE US ON CONCESSION ROW Automotive Buffs! Don't Miss Our WHOOP-UP SPECIALS Headers VW Exhaust Manifold VW Intake Manifold 350 WHEELS IN STOCK STOCK-MAGS-CHROME-STOT In All Widths Offering 30% 60% Savings SEE OUR DISPLAY AT THE EXHIBITION GROUNDS IN THE YOUTHARAMA BUItflNG TOWN COUNTRY SPEED CENTRE 214 Miles East of the Lethbridge Airport Buildings on McNally School Road PHONE 328-3654 DIES Lord Constantino, the West Indian cricket star who became the first Mack man in Britain's House of Lords, died in London of a heart attack. He was 69. the horses third of four parts How to win at race track pan-mutuels So you like to bet at horses races, and want to beat the track? Forget it. The track never pays out more than it takes in from bet- tors. When you place a wager on a race, you are, in effect, bet- ting against the other bettors al the track, not against the track itself. The total money wagered is divided up among the winning bettors. The more people who bet on a winning horse, the smaller the return for each lucky bettor. If a long shot wins, the same total is paid; fewer people co1' lect, but their individual payoff is higher. Thus the race track has interest in whether a favorite wins or a long shot wins. The track merely acts as a broker for the transaction and deducts a commission fixed by the prov Get a KODACOLOR PICTURE FREE TAKEN AT ANGLO STEREO AND PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE Located Under The Grandstand "WHOOP-UP FUN FESF Come and Whoop-lt-Up at the 8 Park Plaza li I! B featuring 1 e s i I WHOOP-UP jj DAYS 3 July 19th-24th M Fun Starts at to 1 a.m Tcny and Gregg" in the IMPERIAL LOUNGE and "The Point Of in the PIRATES COVE El CABARET Q B [I B MOTOR HOTEL and RESTAURANT (Licensed) lOth Avenue and Mayor Magralh Drive 328.2366 H 51 The York Hotel Extends a Warm to Whoop-Up Days Visitors For Your Enjoyment We Are Pleased To Preient The Harmony In Red All Week-July 19th to 24th! YORK HOTEL 3rd AVE. and 13th ST. N. CALGARY POWER On Location at... "YOUTHARAMA" During WHOOP-UP DAYS Celebrating 60 YEARS OF PROGRESS IN ALBERTA -With the publication of a special set of Books called Alberta Heritage" 'specially writen by Alberta Author "JACQUES HAMILTON" The Complete Set of 3 Books is now available ot a nominal cost of per set. Write: "OUR ALBERTA HERITAGE" Box 1900, Calgary, Alberta. INTERNATIONAL ART welcomes you to Whoop-Up Days With an invitation to visit our display in the Youtharama Building featuring BLACK VELVET OIL PAINTINGS ACRILAC and WROUGHT IRON RICK 2018 13th Ave. South TANNER 327-5205 ince and shared by the province and the track. The three categories of bet- ting are: Straight (to Kaleidarts displays set for the fair Displays and demonstrations of fine arts and arts and crafts will be featured in the Kalei- darts building, next to the Ex- h i b i t i o n Pavilion during the Lethbridge and District Exhibi- tion, Monday through Saturday. A special attraction hi the Kaleidarts building this year will be guests Francis Burr and P. J. Collins, both long time residents of the city. Because this is the 75th anniversary of the exhibition, Mr. Burr and Mr. Collins will be present in the building between 3 and 5 p.m. each day to greet the visitors and talk about activities in the city and southern Alberta "way back when." Flower arranging will be a new feature for the building this year as Mrs. George Takeyasu of Lethbridge will have various types of arrangements and ideas on display each day. Art work in many media such as sculpture, painting, batik or drawing will be part of a display by the School District 51. the Lethbridge Separate School District 9 and fte County 26. Displays will be included from Grades 1 to 12 in all areas. Although quilting circles may be diminishing, the IDS Quilters Guild will be on hand to demon- strate its craft to any persons who have never seen how the process is done or would like to give it a try sometime. Demonstrations in wheel throwing, hand building and glazing techniques will be part of the display by the Lethbridge Oldman River Potter's Guild. There will also be many exam- ples of finished pottery of all types for viewing. The LeUibridge Sketch Club will have many paintings on dis- play as well as demonstrations on the various methods used in the club by its artists. Sewing skills will also be on exhibition as members of sev- eral 4-H sewing clubs will be on hand each day. Monday will feature the Lethbridge club; Tuesday the Glenwood club; Wednesday, Taber; Thursday and Friday, Del Bonita and Sat- urday, Vulcan. Candles by Cliff Black of Leth- bridge will be also on display throughout the building. His hand crafted candles will add a dash of color to many other displays. Teachers must have more say in decisions REGINA (CP) The presi- dent of the Canadian Teachers Federation told the group's an- nual meeting here that teach- ers must have a part in the decision making process at alj levels. Peter Fieger of Regina, who steps down as president this year, said if such participation is not invited then it is the re- sponsibility of teachers to pres: their claim. "I want to emphasize that a co-operative approach to the solution of probelms by govern- ment, parents, trustees anc teachers is essential to their satisfactory he told 250 delegates representing more than teachers across Canada. "It is my hope that through reason, persuasion and dia- logue we will achieve the rea1 goal improved educational opportunity for our children." lace (to run and Show a Place ticket is good if he wins or runs second, and a Show tick- it is good if he runs first, second or third. The Daily Double is a sepa- rate pool on the first two races and the single Daily Double bet combines a horse in each race. Joth horses must win and there s no Place or Show. The chances of winning are usually slight, but the payoff is fre- quently large. Each year at every track a To Serve You Better DINING ROOM Open a.m. Food served Till 12 Liquor served till 1 a.m. AT THE BAR Open a.m. Liquor served till 12 We've Changed Our College Shopping Mall Mayor Magrolh 327-7123 Reunion held RAYMOND (HNS) Mem- bers of the family of the late Thomas Evans met for a fam- Jy reunion at Watcrton Park. The Alberta branch of fam- ly were hosts for the event which was attended by more than 126. The three members of .he original family to come to Alberta were J. W. Evans, Al- lert Evans and Mrs. William Harris. surprising number of tickets are never turned in for pay- ment. No ticket should aver bo thrown away or destroyed be- fore the race is declared offi- cial, which never happens until (he riders have dismounted and weighed in. A disqualification can change the order of finish, and a per- son whose horse had actually finished second might find that his horse is declared the win- ner. The re ordering of the finish due to a disqualification can also affect the place and show tickets. CELEBRATE WHOOP-UP DAYS AT EL RANCHO CABARET EVERY NIGHT NEXT WEEKI Tonight "HORSE" Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday "SHAMEN" Friday "HORSE" Saturday "JUST US" And Alio Appearing Nightly In Our Tavern "SUDS" formerly the Gainsborough Gallery Lounge "CHARLES BIEKER" Admission (Side Entrance) 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. REFRESHMENTS and FOOD AVAILABLE ANCHOI NEW FROM NEUFELDT INDUSTRIES NEW 'SPECIALLY DESIGNED POTATO HANDLING EQUIPMENT Be Sure To See Our Display During WHOOP-UP DAYS at Machinery Row Exhibition Grounds SEE OUR NEW Tractor Trailer Loader 'Specially designed for lew head room and wide areas. Western Filer Harvest Sorter Seed Conveyor Bulk Potato Box Designed in this area la serve the needs of this area by Neufeldt Industrie! NEUFELDT INDUSTRIES LTD. AIRPORT INDUSTRIAL AREA-IETHBRIDGE, ALBERTA Phone (403) 328-7788 Telex 038-49214 COME IN TO THE BIG BLUE LINE See on King DON DALKE PAUL CANN VERN AMUNDSON Let us show you your capacity, comfort, convenience and economy in the COMPLETE FORD LINE. SOUTHLAND FORD EQUIPMENT SALES LTD. 311 33rd AVENUE NORTH, LETHBRIDGE TELEPHONE 328-1796 Tractors Equipment ;