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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May 19, 1972 THE UTHBRIDGt HERAlD laewood Motors Ltd. moves into new premises next CHINOOK ARABIAN HORSE SHOW John Faber of Coaldale reigns Scharlania and her colt Centurion, both of which will appear at the 4th annual Chinook Arabian Horse Show at the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion May 20 and 21. W. Lyman Orcutt of Newbury, Massachusetts will judge the two-day event. Mrs. G. Allen of Taber has been named ring secretary, T. Crooks of Calgary, steward, R. Parsons of lethbridge, show chairman, Dr. E. Prince of Lethbridge, veterinarian and J. McElroy of Lethbridge, ring master. There are competitors from west- ern Canada and northwest United States entered in 92 events. There are no reserved seats but tickets for admission to all performances of the show are available at Leister's Music Ltd., Parsons Hardware, Riley and McCormick and Doug's Music and Sports. -Phil Faulds Photo FRAME STYLES FROM AROUND-THE- WORLD OPTICAL PRfSCRIPTIQN Fish., game men support city The Lethbridge Fish and Game Association is supporting the city on its total approach to Oldman River Development, but the organization is now wondering If some haven't gone too far. activities Popularity of river boatin has been growing rapidly TREASURE HUNTERS FIND You can't buy a better inslrumem than a WHITE'SI THE SENSATIONAL AND BEAUTIFUL GOIDMASTER 66T ii the finest all-around Mineral and Metol Detector made, and is second io no of claims. TWO-YEAR GUARANTEE. IMMEDIATE DELIVERY See this and other models manufactured ______ by Detects Gold, THIf WHITE'S Silver and Copper ELECTRONICS Nuggets, Coins, Rings, LIMITED Jewelry, Guns, and All Sortl Available of Treasure. Also Magnetic From Your Ore Bodies and Veins, Etc. Super- total Dealer Sensitive Transmitter-Receiver, tne 66-T Lomes Witn "two See It Today At: HILDER'S TV SERVICE 310 9th Street South Phone 328-4224 Sunday river boaters found all! southern Alberta in recent year access routes to the river chain- ed off or blocked in one form or another. Attempts to launch boats from nearby farmstead and other country points proved about equally as frustrating. A city official finally saw the and tiie boaters feel there nothing in the regulations prevent them from boating. There is some feeling, in fac that the city and nearby lan( owners may be contravenin predicament of tiie boaters and Canada Water Act by clo came to the rescue. He helped I access to a nav to clear the way and escort the boaters down to the river. Prior to that, the boaters said, about the only way a per son could launch a boat in the door recreation like to utiliz river is to lower it from a fres- sle on the high level bridge going over the river. One of the more favored spots of the rivermen to launch their boats is near the foot of I the high level bridge w here there is a good gravel founda- tion and vehicles can be back- ed down without any real con- cern. of the Oldman Hiver. A majority of those who hav taken up river boating for ou CHINOOK ARABIAN HORSE ASSOCIATION ALL ARABIAN HORSE SHOW SAT., MAY 20th and SUM, May 21st LETHBRIDGE EXHIBITION PAVILION HALTER CLASSES COMMENCE AT A.M. PERFORMANCE CLASSES P.M. AND P.M. Admission Adults Children (12 ond under) 50c Door Prize 10 Speed Bicycle the high waters of the sprin run-off. They feel the cit should provide at least tw access spots to the river fo boaters. Civic officials indicate tha river boat launching facilitii may be in the offing in the d velopment of the river vallc There's a possibility some cess may be provided later tni year. The boaters feel, howeve that water levels are often ti low during the latter part summer because of the high d mand for irrigation water an this is the time of the year the river can be used for boa ing if it is going to be usec at all. The association has askec that it be provided with an o portunity to meet with th city to discuss the matte further. BUSY BUSINESS Retail stores in Lethbridg did million in business du ing 1971, an increase of ?7 m lion over the previous year. Raewood Motors Ltd. will art moving into its new 30 premises next week, says ompany president Rae Cough- our. The new premises are located t 3rd Ave. and 14th St. S., o blocks west of the present peration. The new facility provides lore than twice as much floor mce. The 50- by 60-foot shop area as seven large bays, five oists and an enclosed motor and trausmi s s 1 o n rebuilding unit. An automatic air exchanger completely exchanges the air in the shop every 20 minutes, keeping the temperature at 70 degrees summer and winter. Doors opposite each other on the east and west sides of the shop provide through traffic and protection when the city's famous west wind blows. The 24- by 50-foot sales floor will accommodate five vehicles for display. Three offices are located off the sales floor which is surrounded by glass. for some parts and The sidewalk in front of the lunchroom. building will contain trees and shrubs. Entrance to the reception- parts service department will be off 14th SI. where cuntrmer parking is provided for 15 ve- hicles. There is a waiting room and washroom facilities for custom- ers. five times the area of the pre.'.- ent premises. An upper floor will be used The ii-phalt cnr lot will r' [J5 vehicle-.. The by 110-fw of hrk'k urinMnirl front v.ith cinrlcr block fnr UlL1 shop Staff will be.npanOc'l 12 lo 1.1 or v. hen the premises lire opened, Mr The parts department has Gonclmour said. Rnuwoo'l Mol authorized in Lethbridge since May, rs has bmi i: i2e-ir At toy's it's Summer Demonstrator Change over time new !ow mileage 1912 DEMONSTRATORS with balance of new car warranty Before you buy check SAVE HUNDREDS NOW! at Beny's or you may pay too much CONVENIENT GMAC TERMS TO SUIT YOU CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE MAIN GARAGE AND SHOWROOM 1 Ave. and 8 Street S. Phone 328-1101 OUR NEW PHONE NUMBER CONNECTING All DEPTS. CORPORATION. SO Choose from CHEVROLETS CHEVELLES CHEVY NOVA VEGA OLDSMOBILE TORONADO CHEVY WAGON ;