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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 22, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta J4 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Wodnosday, July 22 ,1970 A GREAT SHOW-These Lethbridge youngsters ars on the edge of their seats at the Whoop-Up Days grand- stand show. Obviously enjoying themselves are, left to right, Paul Walker, Greg Turner, Ian McCauley and Hugh McCauley. Keith Walker is in the background at right. Children's Day Hits The Spot Kids Give Midway The Okay By JUDI WALKER Staff Writer The Children's Day show and Thomas Show midway rides were given a thorough ex- amination by three local ex- perts and rated "A" for "al- right." The three, Hughie MacAulay, 5, Ian MacAulay, 6, and Greg Turner, 7, the show "about average" in comparison to other children's day shows they've seen. All three gave the show fair- ly serious attention as Jim E liot, master of ceremonies to the show, kidded about the ou fit he was wearing, and thre mothers from the audience ha a balloon bursting race. The boys had Stu S'cott an his magic tricks all figured ou Mr. Scott invited a boy and girl to come up. to the stage I help him. In his first trick, h handed the girl a glass, whic promptly collapsed, and the bo a magic wand which turned t rubber. Mass Vaccinations Not Planned Here There will not be any mass j A. A. Byrne supervisor of th vaccine programs against a threatened German measles epidemic, according to Dr. Bus Schedule For Fair A special bus service is op- erating to and from the exhibi- tion grounds during this week's Whoop-Up Days. The bus will leave 4th Ave. and 5th St. S at p.m. and go cast on 4th Ave. to 13th St. It will go smith on 13th St. to 9th Ave. S. and then east on 9th Ave. to Mayor Magrath Drive. From there it will go south to South Parkside Drive and tiren east to the pedestrian gate at the grounds. The bus will leave the pedes- trian gate every 30 minutes from p.m. to midnight via 34th St. and 6th Ave. S. Number 2 route, Mon day through Saturday will operate directly to the exhibition grounds main gate every 30 minutes from 7 a.m to p.m. It will leave the main gate every 30 minutes from to RIPLEY OPTICAL DISPENSING OPTICIAN "Where service means serving people" 618 3rd Ave. i. PHONE 328-7626 Lethbridge Health Unit. "Since the vaccines avail able have only been license by the department of pubh health for a short time, va cination against rubella wa not written into our budge Families unduly worried aboi contacting the disease may re- ceive shots from their doctor. Dr. Byrne noted that there a tendency for diseases of this nature to run in 5 or 7-year cycles. A widespread epidemi hit the United States in 1964 but missed Canada, Dr. Byrn said. "The persons we must be concerned about in the even of a German measles epidemi are women hi the early stages of pregnancy. There is a dan ger.of them producing children with physical or mental de 'ects. They should guarc against this by asking their doctors for a vaccination in the early weeks of their preg nancy. Street Work Completed City crews recently finishec lutting an asphalt overlay on th Ave. S., from 8th to 13th t. An overlay, to extend the life f the pavement, was also ap- lied to 2nd Ave. A S., from Scenic Drive to 1st St. Paving has also been com- leted on an area in front of le old Gait Hospital and near le tourist information hut on layer Magrath Drive. Kinsmen Club of Lethbridge 2 CAR AWARD TICKETS 1970 CAMERO 1970 MUSTANG will be on display at College Mall until Ex- hibition Week, and then on display each day at the fair grounds. Tickets available now at College Mall Cars will be drawn for Saturday, July 25 Proceeds fo minor sports and Kinsmen Youth Charities Ian offered a simple solu tion. "The man knew how to hold them so they looked okay.' When the magician pulled a long string of sausages and chicken from the boy's shir telling him that next time he should leave his lunch behind the boys knew the answer again had them up his sleeve But when a yellow scarf dis appeared into a container helacon and beans. Both loca- tions will provide lots of hot coffee. Entertainment for the down- own area will feature various lands from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., supplemented by Gerry War- ren, Toronto recording artist. The College Mall area enter- amment is being supplied by a country and western group, Tie Sons of the Saddle. They ilay for the 'duration of the treakfaet Fire to Bridge Over Troubled Waters, the material is repre- sentative of modern music's swing from moon-June-spoon to social protest and uncertain love. Thursday and F ri d a y, the Point of Interest joins the line- up. Saturday's agenda will probably feature the previous groups, plus a few more. Sessions run from to midnight or later plenty of time for adults to grab a rest while they're finding out where it's at with their teen-age chil- dren. An official portrait of Gov.- Gen. Roland Michener and Mrs. Michener will be placed in city hall just as soon as it lias been framed. Mayor Andy Anderson was with me picture dur- ing 'the governor-general's re- cent visit. HH hopes to have it framed and in place within the next week or so. A smaller copy of the por- trait Sits in the mayor's office. Following the governor-gen- eral's visit Mayor Anderson said he had "never met a finer It was because of the excellent leadership of such men, he said, that Canada stands so high in the brother- hood of nations. Youth Assaulted A 19-year-old Calgary youth, David Jensen, was fined and costs or 21 days in jail in magistrate's court this morn- ing when he pleaded guilty to common assault of a Leth- youth at Whoop Up Days Tuesday night. Jensen apparently entered the exhibition parking area about 10 p.m. and became in- censed when the 17-year-old local youth attempted to direct him to a parking space, Jensen assaulted the youth, then left for the midway. Police arrested him when he returned to his car. The Lethbridge youth report- edly did not receive serious in- juries. COMING SOON College Cinema "Everyone gets a Parade Home-With Parade Homes Ltd? SHOW HOME located At 2709 9th AVE. NORTH OPEN HOUSE Slarti Wed. 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Thurt. 2-4 p.m., 5-9 p.m. fr't. 2-4 p.m., 5-9 p.m. Sat. 2-4 p.m., 5-9 p.m. Sun. 2-4 p.m., 5-9 p.m. PARADE HOMES mm PETER W, GIESBRECHT President Parade Hornet Ltd. 2705 9th Ave. N. LTD. Phone 328-8535 ;