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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 19, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 1C THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD oMndoy, July 19, 1971 DOUBLE DEMONSTRATION While six young city hall employees demonstrated the new City of Lethbridge float in ths Whoop-Up Days parade this morning, seven placard-carrying demonstrators protested the money spent on the float in light of city council's recent cutting of grants to local service agencies. The float was first seen in the Calgary Stampede more than a week ago. The picketers, who joined the parade at 5th Ave. and 13th St. N., protested the cutting of grants to such organizations as the Victdrion Order of nurses and the Canadian Mental Health Association, and the allowing of a grant to the Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra. Exhibition anniversary party tonight Everyone is invited to the i to be held in the Youth-a-rama birthday party celebrating the building Monday from 75th anniversary of the LetSi- p.m. on. bridge and District Exhibition A special birthday cake, six CHAMPIONSHIP EUROPEAN BAND Included among the 13 bands Club. They were initially to appear only in the Calgary Stampede, but at today's Whoop-Up Days parade was the Western European Champion due to sponsorship by several German Canadian clubs, will have visited Brass Band of Germany who are on a two-day visit of Lethbrldge during southern Alberta and southeastern British Columbia before they return a one-month Western Canadian tour. The 41-member group, including home in two weeks. 26 majorettes, are being sponsored in the city by the German Canadian Phofo by Bryan Wilson Public's ideas wanted damage City to establish trail bike area Damage amounted to in a single-car accident at 5th Ave. N. and Mayor Magrath Drive Saturday night. A car driven by Wayne Rich- ard Graham of 824 4th St. S. hit a power pole. Graham suf- fered minor injuries and was taken to St. Michael's Hospital but did not require treatment. Late Saturday afternoon a car driven by Edwin Arthur Miller of 614 7th Ave. S. was in collision with a parked car owned by Gait Gibb of 803 9th Ave. S. Damage totalled Mil- ler received an injured nose. feet by four feet, has been baked and will be cut at the opening cermony of the exhibi- tion at p.m. in front of the grandstand. The cake will be taken to the Youth-a-rama building, next to the Exhibition Pavilion wheru members of the Youth Exhibition Board will pass out samples to all visistors. Own a MRV? That's a "Motorized Recrea- tion Vehicle" in officialeze terms but it's also known as a trail bike- And the city may be setting up an MRV park for their use. The city banned their use in local coulee areas some time ago, and most private land- owners have followed suit. Now, however, the parks and recreation commission is mov- ing to find a place where affici- onados can trail ride to their hearts' content. Several areas are under con- BUS SERVICE DURING EXHIBITION WEEK During Exhibition Week the 1 and 1A Bus Routes will be extended to Lakeview Drive on South Park- side Drive. These buses will povide service to the South gate from 6 a.m. till 12 midnight, Monday through Sat- urday as follows: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday 20 minute service from 8 a.m. till p.m. Thursday and Friday 20 minute service will be maintained till p.m. Route 2 Monday Through Saturday Will operate-directly to the main gate every 30 minutes from a.m. to p.m. The bus will enter the grounds and exit through the west gate every 30 minutes from a.m. to p.m. Other Routes All other regular buses will operate regular routes and schedules. PLEASE NOTE Service will be provided to North and South Lethbridge after p.m. ADULT FARES-6 tickets for or ?0c cash CHILDREN'S FARES-3 tickets for 25c or lOc cash Passengers are requested to place own farei In the box Go With Us Ride The Bus sideration, including a V-1 shaped piece of coulee land formed by the two western highway approaches to the city. Motor bikes and other MRVs would be welcome in the area, which provides numerous hills and banks in an area lai'ge enough for safety. In order to get public reac- tion to the whole MRV park question, the parks and rec- reation commission has or- ganized a meeting for July 27. The commission would es- pecially like to get the views of recreational vehicle clubs, commercial dealers and MRV owners. Groups or individuals interested in such a meeting have been asked to contact the parks and recreation depart- ment at 328-2341, extension 250 or 231, before Tuesday after- noon. Youth action under way for Whoop-Up Youth acitivities of Whoop- Up Days got under way early as about 400 teens and othes not-so-young gathered for a free folk-festival Friday eve- ning sponsored by the Youth Exhibition Board, in Henderson Lake Park- Let there be light, the youth board's theme, bopped and bounced on balloons in the wind while the crowd enjoyed musical entertainment such as The Point of Interest, Country Comfort, Tun Shay, Glen Mar- shall and the Barabajangle En- deavor. Music will continue all week in a coffee house sponsored by the youth board in the Exhibi- tion Pavilion mezzanine. Groups playing include The Feeling Magellan, and activi- ties wind up with an open air dance, Saturday with the Sha- men. Ice council sets drive for funds The Instant Ice Council, 1971 campaign fcr funds is to start Nov. 1. The committee, formed to help raise money for ice facil- ities in Lethbridge, has timed the campaign to avoid conflict with the United Appeal drive. Comprising most of the Leth- bridge service clubs, the In- stant Ice Council is working to- ward a community rink at Henderson Lake for this fall and a major ice arcnr. next year. Friday show results Barbecue in Pavilion Samples of barbecued lamb, pork find beef will be Riven nil visistors in tlio Exhibition Pav- ilion at a bonanza meal display sponsored by the Canadian Western Natural Gas Ltd. SENIOR JUMPING (10 entries) Eight Ball, Lethbrldrje Community College Equestrian Team; (second- piece tie) Old Ycllcr, Daniel French, Hillsprlng; Mldnltc, college equestrian team; Red, college equestrian team. JUNIOR JUMPING (13 entries) Cindy, Drew Galbralth, Raymond; Lundbrcek Ranger Donna Pavan; Red Brian Bail. WESTERN EQUITATION, riders under 11 years. (35 entries) Drifter's Dream, Joan Pavan; Chummy, Ron and Dallas Macklc, Klmbcrley; Dolly Ron and Dallas Mackle, Kimbcrlcy. WESTERN EQUITATION, riders 14. Ifi entries) Lady Bartender, William Stronskl, Turin; Red, Brian Ball; Two-Eyed Blnfl, Gary Colormn, Calgary. ENGl ISH EQUITATION, tinder 14 yrs. (IS entries) Rod Popper, Au- drey Gillies, Fcrnle; Chummy, Ron ancJ Oalins Mackle Klmberley; Bru Khars Stcena Sunny Glen Farms, Vulcan. ENGLISH EQUITATION, U-lft (nlna entries) Rtd, Brian Ball; tanle'i Firsl Call, William Stronskl, Turin; Tan Hussar, Marlys Reynar, Brooks. BAREBACK RIDING (35 entries) Drifter's Dream, Joan Pavan; Penny, Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Anderson; Red Pepper, Audrey Gillies, Fernic. HALTER CLASS, riders 11-18, horse over 14.2 hands entries) Charlie Brown, Brian Ball; Lady Bartender, William Stronskl, Turin; Tan Hussar, Marlys Reynar Brooks. HALTER CLASS, rider 1MB pony under 14.S hands (15 Floss, Russell Davidson family, Innls- fflll; Drifter's Dream, Donna Pavan; Queenie Jayne Schmidt, Magrath. HALTER CLASS, under 11 years. (30 entries) Dolly, Ron and Dallas Macklc, Klmberley; Billy, Norm K.nuso, Skiff; Cotton Candy, Vera Donccky. POLE RENDING (30 Brown Mouse, Heather Bradley, Bar- ons; Tan Hussar, Marlys, R_ rooks; Glntjer Snaps, Bonnie Me- RIDE AND LEAD (52 entries) Sparky Teresa Roenlsch. Black Dia- mond; LPI Injun, Maxine McKenna; Penny, Mary Ann Handsaeme. MUSICAL CHAIRS (77 entries) Tinker Toy, Brian Ball; Cheata, Cindy Young; Peaches 'n cream, Joo Pavan. RESCUE RACE entries) Mr. Zed, P. M. Hoot Enelrprises; Chcata, Cindy Young; Miss Liz, Jackie Mc- Coll. JUNIOR BARREL RACE: (3fi en- tries) Mr. Zed, P. M. Hoot Enter- prises; Bru Khal's Steena, Sunny Glen Farms, Vulcan; Sparky, Avril Braid, Black Diamond. POLE BENDING, horse not eligible for class 79 (six entries) Yukon Queen, Lethhridgo Community College Equestrian Team; Old Yoller, Daniel French, Hillsprlng; Toy, Bonnie Ball SADDLE-UP RACE (five entries) Peanuts, W. C. French, Hllhprinfj; Toy, Bonnie Ball, Buckles, Jerry Burk- hoidor, Raymond. LADIF.S AMATEUR ft A R R H L RACE (five entries) no placlnos. SPECIAL COMMITTEE CLASS (cltiht entries) Danny Boy, Gwen Aneca Jaf Cordcr, C. L. Van Home; Rlngo, Tony and Joanna Porllch. For Your SHOPPING CONVENIENCE CENTRE VILLAGE CENTRE VILLAGE MALL NEW SUMMER HOURS MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. SATURDAY 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. As An Added Service Centre Village IGA Features FREE DELIVERY On Personally Selected Groceries... the last delivery leaves the store at 3 p.m. dailyl CENTRE VILLAGE IGA EVENING FOOD SPECIALS IN EFFECT: Monday and Tuesday 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. POTATO CHIPS Nalleyt Tri Pack ___ 9-oz.l MUSTARD Kroff Prepared 12-oz. jar BOTTLE POP C Top Valu 28-oz, non-returnable 2 89 5 1 BAKERY SPECIAL! HAMBURGER or 9 HOT DOG BUNS BULK WIENERS SAUSAGE Campfira Wl RtSERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES! DELICATESSEN SPECIAL! COOKED HAM .29 Sliwd CANTALOUPE C 4 .00 California Canada No. 1 ;