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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friendly Rivalry Creates Interest A friendly rivalry betwec the concession attendants in th LeUibridge Kinsmen's booth an the Lethbridge Jaycccs, booth a the Whoop-Up Days Exhibition is brewing. With both clubs opsratin booths at citlier end of the mic way, comments like "you can' drive a gold brick" or "yoi can't spend a car" seem to be livening things up for the fair goers and adding spice to the announcers in the booths. Barry Rutherford and Barry Snowden, co chairmen for the Kinsmen car draw report the two booths are doing a gooc business. "The pre sale is wrapped up and the only place left to buy j ticket is at one of the booths m the said Mr. Ruth- erford. "The funds from the sale ol tickets will be used for minor sports, the Fort Whoop Up project and other National Kins- men projects which come up during the year." Ron Fabbi, president of the Jaycees, said Bar of Gold tick- ets are going well but they are a little down from last year, The LARGEST ASSORTMENT of imported styles in LETHBRIDGE! [OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. probably due to tlie slight drop in attendance. He said the Jaycees will use any money realized from the raffle of the gold brick for club projects, including the bicycle safety program (Peddle the defensive driving course, dues in the Travel and Convention Association of South- Era Alberta, and funds' needed for work as the steering com- mittee for the Youth Exhibition Board. Just For You By .IUDI WALKER Staff Writer Are you at that half-way in between stage? Too old to stay home with (lie babysitter 3iit too young to bet on the horses. Cheer up! There's somethin at the fair for you as well. In the Kiddies' Zoo, locate in the Water Wonderland com >ouncl, there is a horse and And if you smile nice at the two girls in charg sf the zoo, you can "bet" on that they'll let you have a ride There is one stipulation iis attraction is rated C (re tricted to children under And the Kiddies' Zoo doesn iop at horses and donkies. Looking for a cute chick Tiey've got some in the zoo and ducks and geese and and a peahen. There are a couple of littl dds with beards (goat kid hat a group of pigs, and a azy calf. ENTER YOUR NAME FOR THE FREE DRAW On A Honda MINI TRAIL BIKE Sponsored By NORTH LETHBRIDGE BUSINESSMEN'S ASSOCIATION Deposit Entry Form at Any North Lethbridge Business CLIP AND DEPOSIT THIS COUPON N.L.B. ASSOCIATION FREE DRAW NAME ADDRESS PHONE DRAW WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, JULY 25th JAPANESE-CANADIAN DANCERS Wednesday eve- ning's Grandstand Show was also the final performance for 20 southern Alberta Japanese-Canadian girls, who danced nightly to the Expo 70 Theme music, in a product- ion choreographed by Lethbridge dancing instructor Muriel Jolliffe. The girls range in age from seven to 17, and were dressed in colorful Japanese costumes, carrying Japanese and Canadian flags. No Applause Behind Scenes The heroes of the stage shows 'six weeks before the 1948 fair are given an applause; the her- oes of the livestock shows get ribbons. But what about the un- sung herpes behind the scenes of the fair, the exhibition, office staff. They are given a lot of work, Andy Andrews, general man- ager of the exhibition is the man responsible for the organi- zation of the fair just :oes everything" said one of the members of the staff. The renting of booths (and ollection of payments) is. the ask of Doug Hudson, youth ac- ivities co-ordinate. Hie two permanent, and three art time female workers are esponsible for the compilation f the judges books in the live- stock and light horse shows, the mailing of results, the sale of special tickets to concessioners, displayers, and employees, the unning of a bank and the hir- ing of extra help. As well as the regular office And they are busy. Even busi- T than Mrs. Edna Pozzi was 3 years ago when she did ail of c work, except general man- jement, herself. Mrs. Pozzi, office supervisor, started 90 per cent of whom are stu- dents, are given jabs as secur- ity workers, parking attendants, cashiers, ticket takers, crew bosses, and crew timekeeper "Most of these workers are pet WIN j II i _ H this gas barbecue Manufacturer's Special Offer in SALUTE to the SOUTHERN ALBERTA HOG PRODUCERS 48 UNDER THE G Perhaps it's just th at the bingo tent provides a coo! spot to sit down and resf awhile, bu.t the game always draws its share of customers at the fair. Rosy Nunweiler, right, and Ethel Campbell, both of Lethbridge, enjoy a quiet game during Whoop-Up Days activities at the fair grounds. Complete this entry form with full name address and phone number.., clip completed and deposit at the barbecue site in the NAME......... I ADDRESS... I PHONE........................................................ I CHARMGLOW GAS BARBECUE WATER WONDERLAND COMPOUND LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION GROUNDS JULY 20TH TO 25TH See GAS BARBECUING AT ITS BEST CANADIAN WESTERN NATURAL GAS COMPANY LIMITED Announcing the Saturday, July 25th of the PAOLA RESTAURANT 546 13th Street North Something Entirely New For Lethbridge! Featuring delicious Home Made Style SPAGHETTI RAVIOLI MEAT BALLS CHICKEN CACCIATORE PIZZA EAT IN OR TAKE OUT PHONE 328-4395 FOR TAKE OUT ORDERS Please phono hour in advance for prompt delivery. For an eating experience that is new and different try the PAOLA ITALIAN RESTAURANT Friday, July 14, 1970 THE IETHBRIOGE HERALD 13 Intoxicated In Public Man Is Fined A Cluny, Alberta man, James Drunken Chief, was fined and costs when he pleaded guilty in magistrate's xmrt in Lethbridge Wednesday o a second charge of being in- toxicated in a public place. Apparently the man has a drinking problem and Magis- trate Lloyd Hudson said he gave him the four-month sen- tence so he could receive help at the Belmont Institute for al- coholics BEST DEFENCE L o u i s i a n a Stale's football team had the best rushing def- ence in United States collegiate football in 1369. The Tigers per- mitted an average of only 38.4 yards per game. BEST WISHES to PARADE HOMES LTD. We are pleased to be associated with this Show Horns DRACO EXCAVATING 1001 ITth AVENUE S. Shop 2010 2nd Ave. S. PHONE 328-2701 We Extend Sincere WISHES FOR SUCCESS to PARADE HOMES LTD. on their Show Home JAGERSMA DRYWALL 2711 6th AVENUE N. PHONE 328-3149 Best of Success to Parade Homes Ltd. on their Home Show NEUDORF PLUMBING HEATING LTD. 1910 2nd AVENUE 5. PHONE 328-2533 Congratulations to Peter Giesbrecht on his first HOME SHOW by PARADE HOMES LTD. We were pleased to play a part HERMAN'S ROOFING 2914 13th AVENUE S. PHONE 327-530J "Everyone gets a Parade Home-With Parade Homes Ltd." SHOW HOME Located at 2709 9th AVE. NORTH PETER W. GIESBRECHT President 11 years experience 2705 9th Ave. N. OPEN HOUSE Wed, 5 p.m.-9 p.m. Thurs. 2-4 p.m., 5-9 p.m. Fri. 2-4 p.m., 5-9 p.m. Sat. 2-4 5-9 p.m. Sun. 2-4 p.m., 5-9 p.m. Coffet and Danuts on Sundav PARADE HOMES LTD. Phone 328-8535 ;