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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, July 23, 1971 Ross Erickson DIDJA SEE ME DAD, HUH? DIDJA SEE ME? The ex ciled voices of children be they happy, sad, tired or are all part of the atmosphere of Whoop-Up Days, and Douglas Goldie was no exception to the rule as he came bounding down to see if his dad had watched Stuart Sehram Peggy Sehram Theresa Bourne Wade Hornberger him on the Till-A-Whirl. The fast pace of most of the rides usually doesn't phase the kids themselves, but as Ross Erickson ran down the ramp of the Rollo Plane, his older brother said, "it doesn't scare him, but it sure scares me." Comments from other children ranged from to it's better than last year." But even the bra can be un-nerved by the Zipper, a new parting comment of Wade was "Mommy I want to see vest of the kiddies midway ride. as he left the LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. Campus Corner By SIMON RUDDEL University of B.C. Town madness has once again reached its yearly high in Leth- bridge. Crazy days are here again better known as Whoop Up Days. The week making up Whoop- Up Days is distinct in that things get less and less insane as time wears on. In other words by the end of the week- life is pretty well back to nor- mal once again and Monday morning is easier to take. We find that we have some- how slipped back into a some- what more balanced life with- out even knowing it. The reason for this is probablv that the parade is at the start of it all. Where else? The parade Oh the Parade! what really shows the stu- pidity dormant in most of us. We have all seen it at least once and that should be enough for anyone. We always swear that never again will we swelter in the streets and waste a perfect- ly gorgeous morning. "Nevertheless, we cannot re- sist the temptation just to have a peek at something which al- ways looks the same. Any change in any parade is negli- gible, unless it fails to come around the corner for the first time in your life. Thus each year a lot of peo- ple come to watch another lot of masochists march around the town with horses, drums and you name the while pretending they are just there to give the kids a look. Now we come to the rodeo. We always come to the rodeo. Well why not? One reason is that you always end up sitting beside someone who saw it all the week before in Calgary. You are reminded that you lave never seen the Calgary Stampede. Somehow the reply that you have never seen it due to the fact that you see it all in Lethbridge each year, never seems Quite adequate. The only possible explanation for all this of course is that we need an excuse to have a fair. I'm willing to bet that if the rodeo and the parade and any- thing else fell through it would be fine with everybody as long as we had the fair. Now any fair is just as insane as the rest of Whcop Up Days. It is the one time of the year when one will spend a lot of money that would normally go into city parking meters and none of us mind a bit at the time. Crazy? The most you will have to show for it besides sore feet is a couple of teddy bears and maybe a copper horse measur- ing two inches by three inches. But who cares? It's a lot of fun and for the first time in the whole thing yen are actuary taking part. That is the secret of why Whoop Up days get off the ground at all. If you are in it you are taking part and that is where the fun comes in. That is why if you are not ac- tively involved in a particular part of it all you see no reason for its existence. Your part re- mains vitally important to you though. The fair is everyone's bag and is proportionately popu- lar. The other activities are more personal but are just as important to those responsible for them. So if they have fun doing then- then surely they're worth doing Even if it is once a year, every year. win rr j-amily Exchange students take plane tour By BEVERLY-ANN CARLSON Staff Writer HEY, THERE'S YOUR HOUSE Students participating in the Saint-Laurent Lethbridbe student exchange pro- gram crane their necks to get the best view of the city, Thursday, as they were treated to an air tour of the city. They are, seated left to right. Jay Martin, lethbridge; Jacques Francore, Saint-Laurent; Donald Brennan, Saint- Laurenl; and standing left to right, Charles Hemil, Saint Laurent; and Pierre Berube, Saint-Laurent. Activities planned for the re- mainder ol the Eainl Laurent studente' stay in Lethbridge m- "Pilot to bombadier pilot 1 cjude a hayride and wiener to laughingly jest- roast evening, a third day at Whoop Up Days, and Mon- day and Tuesday will involve trips and tours of Writing On- Stone Provincial Park, the West Raley Colony, and the Mcln- tyre Ranch. The French Canadian stu- (MAIL ORDERS! Tick off the selections you wont and send to us. You'll receive your records for only each. Please odd 15c postage on orders and under. I 1. SWEET CITY WOMAN-Slampeders f 1 1. WHO DO YOU Rush I 3 NEVER ENDING SONG OF lOVE-Delaney, Bonnie and Friends f 4. HOUSE AT POOH CORNER-Nitty Gritty Dirt Band 5. IT'S TOO LATE-Carole Kins I t 3 6 SIX, IT DON'T COME EASY-Ringo Starr 7. WHEN YOU'RE HOT YOU'RE HOT-Jerry Reed 8 RAINY DAYS AND MONDAYS-The Carpenters I 9. MR. BIG STUFF-Jean Knight 10. SUMMER SAND-Dawn [111. RAINY DAY FEELIN'-Fortunes 1 1 12. HOW CAN YOU MEND A BROKEN HEART-Bee Gees ANY SHAPE, ANY SIZE Tommy Hill, 8 years old, getting right in with the examples of art work which are building at Whoop-Up Days. Students from Grades 1 to 12 separate school systems display their talents and artistic inclinations in art work using various media. of Lethbridge finds himself on display in the Kaleidarts in the Lethbridge public and Teen winners at exhibition seidng shoiv Linda Boulton, a senior stu- dent at Kate Andrews High School in Coaldale, Thursday walked away with the Rodney and Betty Cyr award and tro- phy for wool creations in the Youth Creations fashion com- petition at Whoop Up 1971 edition. The competition, a part ol the Youth Board's program in the exhibition, afforded entries from Lethbridge and outlying areas. Linda B o u H o n also was awarded the first place for her entry in the senior division while her younger sister, Karen took top honors in the junior division. Another double winner in the competition was Valerie Hor- vath of CCI1 She took Ihn third place and tied with Sherry Pratt of LCI in the junior di- vision of competition. A sister team dominated oth- er awards in the senior divi- sion with Sue Quong and Mae Quong aking second and third laces, respectively. The competition included ev- erything from hot pants to wool coats, and from midi to mini length creations, all of which were sewn by the girls themselves, and some of which were designed by the indivi- dual girls. IEARN TO PLAY A GUITAR THIS SUMMER! CLASSIC GUITARS REDUCED FROM. 10 50% Off Reg. Prices Whoop-Up grounds kept clean ed members of the Saint-Lau- rent Lethbridge student ex- change as they were treated to an air tour of the City of Leth- bridge, Thursday. The twenty one student1: from Saint to- gether with their host students from Lethbridge were thn gvests of Time Air Ltd., and spent approximately 20 min- 1 utes circling Lelhbridge and the immediate crea. "Hey, there's your house. shouted Jay Martin to Ron Jackson, two of the Leth- bridge students who went to jethbridge's "sister Saint- Laurent. The 1971 student, exchange is the second consecutive ex- change which has been car- ried on between the two cities this year, under the direction of Alderman Chick Chichester who has acted as guardian and chaperone for the Lethbridge students. Following Thursday's air tour the City of Lethbridge Transit System played host as a fur- ther bus tour of the city was undertaken dents will return to Montreal's Dorval Airport Thursday to successfully complete another jxchange. Promise campaign TORONTO member of the South of St. James Town Tenants' Union has promised a countrywide "mothers cam paign" against city developers who tear down homes to make way for skyscraper apart- ments. "We'll group as many women across the country as we can to stop companies from determining where we're going to live and how we are going to bring up our said Mrs. Lynn Rankin. STRETCH STITCHES GET THE fACTS f, 1 8 yenrs ogo EIN A getting excltod Our 19J6 (15 yeors T Alp Hold) SUPERMATIC can do more than our com- petitors' 1971 modeli. The ELNA SUPER- rAVl: MATIC fl rated the world's most versatile sewing machine. DONTBUY UNTIL YOU TRY Fftf free contact SEWING CENTRE 401 Slh Street South Phone 327-8S77 or 327-8111 CASH BINGO ST. BASIL'S HALL-Cor. St. ond 6th Ave. N. FRIDAY, JULY 23rd 8 O'CLOCK BLACKOUT JACKPOTS NUMBERS 4th and 8th Gomes in 7 NUMBERS-12th Game 5 CARDS FOR OR 25c EACH LUCKY DRAW Persons Under 16 Years Not Allowed SPONSORED BY ST. BASIL'S MEN'S CLUB Girls keep tabs on litter BJ- me; SWITIART .Slnff Writer for a fair. .around "As the fair goes on. the girls j else." more than anyono become a real source of infor- CLUB SERIES GARNET AMPS REDUCED BUY NOW AND SAVE! Large Selection of 45 LP RECORDS 250 EACH OR 5 ,or 1.00 LEISTER'S MUSIC LTD. PARAMOUNT THEATRE BLDG., LETHBRIDGE NAME ADDRESS I They say ber.vty overcomes motion for the fair-goers be- i all and Ihc saying holds water i cause they know where all the 'I at the 1971 Whoop Up Days sitcs lie said. "They get celebrations with six I local girls keeping tabs on the litter at the exhibition grounds. Andrea Leo Espclien, Laurel Diane Hazuda, Shirley Little, Jane Anne McMullin, K a I h y Sawieki and Keren Janet Wictz are the official litter girls. Their fund ion is to maneu- ver about Ihe fair grounds pick- ing up lilter with a spikeslick. They cover all areas except i the midway. Jim Ixmg, super visor of j gales, parking and security, said the presence of the girls and the slogan printed on ll.e tops worn by I lie girls helps 1 make people aware of the gar- i bago barrels and it helps make The girls, the youngest hired for the fair, average 15 years. They provide their own white shorts for the job. Off Ugly It's simple bow quickly one] slender more curves; if ay lose pounds of unsightly fat i reducible pounds and indies of riid'it. in your own home. Make this home recipe yourself. It's easy, no trouble at all ami cosUs liltle. Just In your drugstore and nik for Nnran. I'our Ibis into a pint, boll.le and adrl enough juice to till the bnUlo. Take two lablespooimful I wicft n day ns needed and follow the, Naran Reducing Plan. s fnt, don't disappear fr iis-ck, chin, arms, abdomen, hips, calves and nnkles just return tho empty bottle for your money back. Follow this easy way en- dorsed by many who have trier! this plan find help briui; hack nl curves and graceful slcmlcrness. Note bow quickly If yoii'r lirst piircbahe does not! bloat. (lisappears--bow much dliow you a simple easy way to I better you feel. More, nlive, lose LMlky fnl and help regain I youthful appearing nnd aclivt. Lethbridge Community College SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION COACHING SCHOOL for Grade XII Supplemental Examinations July 29th August 7th, 1971 TENTATIVE TIMETABLE a.m.-Biology 30, Mathematics 30, Physics 30 p.m.-Mathematics 31, French 30, English 30 30, Social Studies 30 Classes Begin July 29, 1971 FEE: Per Subject PRE-REGISTRATION PRIOR TO JULY 29lh IS DESIRABLE. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND REGISTRATION CONTACT: SCHOOL OF CONTINUING EDUCATION LETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Telephone 327-2141 Extension 228 ;