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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta HAWAII IN THE SUMMER WHY NOT? Several Summer Departures Available. Cull ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 328-3201 SLiOMJ SLU'ION LLllibJitlgi, Satuuldj, JO, 1972 PU.ES13 TO 24 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL ELDG. 740 4th AVE. S. LEIHBRIDGE, AlBERTA Summer is coming. Bo ready with a pair of Prescription Sunglasses. Lake under way EARTH EATER The prairie north of the television station is being transformed by a new earth mover capable of scraping up 25 cubic yards of dirt in 30 seconds. The earth mover, worth is being used to dig a lake on the new 15-25 Golf Club course, courtesy of R. Alberta Ltd. George Stafford is the machine operator. Angus Lots to do during long weekend in southern Alberta this three- day Victoria Day weekend: spcrls. camping, boating, ro- deos, baseball and on and on. However, the official opening Thai's the consensus of many j Waterlon Lakes National Lethbridge area residents who lpark will probably draw most are going to kick off the sum-1 weekenders to that sunny mer month before mother na- mountainous and valerbound By RUDY IIAUGEXEDER Herald Staff Writer Victoria who? Who cares. It's just a great big wild long weekend. ture officially does it. There's a little of everything CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAI Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327-282'' wooded area in southwestern Alberta. I Temperatures throughout the south should range in the j to mid 70s. making it a great i weekend for everything except I sitting in front of a television, i Although Monday is a holi- day, the traverns are expecting full houses. Some of the events that will take place are: Ciihiook Annual Ara- bian Horse Show which gets under way today to Sunday at the Exhibition Pavilion. Morn- ing shows arc free, with ad- AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LIMES OUR NEW PHONE NUMBER IS 328-6661 2 lines to serve you better ANGLO DISTRIBUTORS STEREO AND PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTRE 419 5lh St. S. STARTING AT Charlfon Hill Ltd. 1262 2nd Ave. S. Phone 328-3388 missions being charged for the afienioon pert o r numces. A total of 92 events will take place during the show _Taber is a hotbed of rodeo activity with a quarter horse show taking place during the 32nd annual rodeo. Tiie show kicked off this morning at the rodeo grounds with the actual rodeo starling at the same loca- tion the rodeo grounds at p.m. Sunday. The event is rounded out Monday at 11 a.m. with a parade and rodeo wrap- up events beginning at For sporting enthusiasts the newly formed Lethbridge Lakers of the Alberta Major Baseball League host the Ed- monton Blue Willow Angels at the Henderson Lake bail park at p.m. Sunday followed by another taste ot action Mon- day afternoon at The Lethbridge Motorcycle Club is sponsoring its annual Alberta Montant Moto cross event Sunday at 1 p.m. Just fol- i low the signs up 13lh St. N- nn- til you arrive at the LethbrAlge Motorcycle Club area, i The Cards! on Trap Club will hold a trap shoot Sunday at the Linder lianch in Cardston. -The St. Mary's Sailing Club I will get its season under way Sunday at I p.m. an open- ing ceremonies regatta slated for the club site which is locat- ed two miles north of Raley ele- vators, just off Highway ;1. It's picturesque and a good plaee for a family outing. --The Nikka Yuko Centennial Garden is onen for those who like the serenity of a Japanese garden. It costs a few cents but is worth seeing at this time oi critics the Chinook Classic Tournament with a field of about 150 top provincial golfers continues through Monday. For the quieter family types the new Lake-view Men- jn'onite Brethren Church will be officially opened with a service at p.m. on Sunday. It's lo- cated at 1509 29th St. S. The concession stands at Tantalizing Chinese Food 9 Lotus Sunshine Fried Chicken Delivered to your door steaming hot No Delivery Charge for Orders over 327-0240 OR Q lln I i from Tho 327-2297 Jf CPR Depot Opon Weekdays 7 n.ni. 2 a.m. Sundays 11 a.m. 9 n.nl. ART DSETRiCH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Bldg. 222 5lh St. S. Phono 328-4095 Anglo Distributors SERVECE CENTRE 419 5th Street South Phone 328-6922 Read 'em and weep More than tax notices have been sent out to local property owners this week. Included with the tax notices are homeowner grant applica- tions, which can be filled out and sent in now. Property own- ers whose taxes are paid by a mortgage company will not re- ceive a homeowner's tax dis- count application until their taxes have been paid, some- time in July. Although provincial legisla- tion has not yet been passed, changes have been made in the homeowners grant applications to provide for education lax re- lief for persons over C5 years. The applications will be ac- cepted now at the city hall as- sessment department and held until legislation is passed. I A spokesman for the assess- ment department said the edu- cation tax relief will be in the form of a School Foundation fund abatement. That abate- ment does not correspond with the education mill rate listed on the tax notice, which also in- cludes requisitions from both local school boards. The education tax relief is j watered down somewhat. Per- sons over (15 years are eligible for either School F o u n d a tion fund abatement or the home- owner's tax discount, but not bolh. Park Lake Provincial Park will open tomorrow. A favorite spot to watch the kiddies enjoy themselves. Theatre goers have their choice of joy or gore movies to watch at local moviehoiiscs and the drive in in Lefhbridge. All are open the entire weekend The 14th annual provincial baton twirling championships are currently under way at the Adams Ice Centre with a big performance at the Yalcs at tonight. Sunday will see some top notch instruction at the Civic Sports Centre between a.m. and 3 p.m. The RCMP has sent a summer staff of four uniformed and radar equipped cars to Waterton Lakes to maintain law and order. Some plain- elothes police officers may also be watching would be law breakers. Stock up on milk supplies for there will be no home de- livery until Tuesday. j Almost all post office ac- i tivi'LJes arc shut down over the j holiday weekend with only the lock box lobby open a 24- hour basis. Normal hours con- tinuc Tuesday. I Tire old NWMP fort at Fort j Macleod is open for history hunters. It's normally called j the Fort Macleod Museum. By RICHARD I1UIIKE ill-raid Staff Writer Construction of the L e I h- bridge and District Youth Rec- iiation Centre, 15-25 Golf Club has begun with the excavation of a one-acre lake. Plans for this summer call foi acres to be developed, including fairways and greens j for six holes. Within the next I three years, the course will be expanded to 18 holes on ]3fl. ac cs. The course is located; north of the television east of 28th St. N. The course layout was designed by Reg Turner, j a director of the club, and Norm Fooks, local architect. The entire project depends on donations. Clubs have ireen formed in each of the three ju- nior and three senior high schools in the city. The mem- bers of the school clubs will be operating a fund-raising drive in the near future to collect at least part of the ncccs- sarv for the first stage of de- velopment. The students have some in- centive. For each each stu- dent collects, he will receive a charter membership, good for one year. Many donations have been pledged in the form of labor, equipment and materials by local people and businesses. Excavation of Lake Angus is being contributed by R. Angus Alberta Ltd. a new earth mover is being used to dig out the lake. The dirt is to build the clubhouse nexti youths will be in of wintcr. eration, but golfers of a n y When the club begins opera- age wiil be able to play the tion, in the spring of U17.'J. tile I course. Lalovee Jensen of Magrath i council should prove to be a has been named head of the j great benefit for southern Al- newly formed Canadian Sheep bcrta, said Mr. Jensen. Marketing Council. i "Many people don't know The council was formed offi- j that lamb is very good meat, dally Monday when Federal Canadian lamb is all grain-fed Agriculture Minister Bud Olson j and is actually a lie met with representatives of all j said. aspects of the sheep industry in i "We have to gel this mes- Ottawa. sage across to the housewife.'' The council will represent all The prcEer.l grading standard Iamb, wool, and sheo associa- j for sheep and lamb limits car- lions across Canada. Mr. Jensen said the present casses to 56 pounds for good and choice classifications. Mr. council is only an interim body, i Jensen said there is a lot of Eventually groups from each good lean lamb meat on car- province "will be called on to j casses which weigh more than this. There Is a need to overhaul the grading system to bring all acceptable lamb up to the good and choice classification. Mr. Olson was quoted Mon- day that he welcomed the inili- ation shown by the sheep Indus- ordination and marketing et- u jn establishing this council forts and recommend ideas to improve the returns to the The federal government ,3 v, H willing to provide assistance The Sicil is not a market- the" council of up to send representatives to sit on the national council. Kent Jcsperson, special as- sistant to Mr. Olson, said the sheepmen decided the most im- portant step was the formation of a marketing council. It will provide the industry with co- ing board, said Mr. Jensen in the first year." he said. "Tin's assistance will also carry Chinese party The Lethbridge branch of the I Chinese National League will celebrate the 57th anniversary of its founding with a dinner party at fi p.m. Sunday at the National League Building in I Chinatown. SM'LEY'S PLUMiEMG GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS SSJLO INSTALLED Phone 328-2176 Government licensed Technician Repairs to Radios, Television: and Tape Recorders. SONY LLOYDS DUAL NORESCO Dry Cleaners Ltd. SUPERIOR DRY CLEANING 311 6th St. S. and 1514A 9th Avo.S. PHONE 327-4141 327-5151 327-7771 -2 hour service -Expert tailoring Hat blocking Suede and leather processing. Perfect pleat drapery processinq 604A 3rd Ave. S. Phono 327-3276 being piled in lulls to provide a contoi-1 on the course and div -sions between holes. The lake will be 15 feet deep in the middle and will hold 2.5 million gallons of water. Water from the lake will bo used to irrigate the fairways, which are being seeded by Vaughan G i f f i n. The seeding will begin next week and will be completed by mid-June. Ellison Milling will provide half of the 1.600 pounds of seed required. The greens, with a base of manure, 250 yards donated by Dick Gray and a total of 360 yards of sand from Lethbridge Concrete Products Ltd. Bent grass for the greens Is being provided by neighboring farmers Hec Negrello and Eric Moffat. Glen Little Construction donated the equipment shed and pump house. Plans for a clubhouse are Hearing completion. The board of directors is considering applying for assistance under the federal local initiatives are no powers for the direct marketing of sheep and sheep products. The council is here to stimulate the sh e e p market.'' Mr. Jensen said one of the first tasks will be to select a permanent council, to improve grading of sheep and to start some form of promotional campaign. About one fifth of the Canadian sheep population is in the Lethbridge Cardston Medicine Hat area and one third of the national population for sheep is in Alberta. Because of the large concentration of sheep in this area and because these men rely on sheep for their livelihood, past the first year." The money will be used by the council to help get it off the ground and to establish guide-ines for operation. STEEL WALl WADING POOLS 6ft. x 15" deep SPECIAL "9 97 8ft. x 20" deep J SPECIAL 1 Call Sporting Goods -Holds'" DOWNTOWN Phone 327-5767 Choice Quality TREES SHRUBS EVERGREENS PREPOTTED FOR EASIER PLANTING FRACHE'S GARDENTER1A 7th Ave and 20lh St. N. OPEN MON., MAY AIR CONDITIONING Alcon Refrigeration Ltd. For the best buy in Air Conditioning Phone AUCTION BARN 2508 2nd Ave. N. Regular Tuesday Sale, May 23rd "KEYNOTES" "i by Matt Thvs It must be great to have a teenager in the family. How else would you get to know your 'faults? The easiest way to break a habit is to drop tl suddenly. A successful marriage requires falling in love many times, always with the same person. Influence: something you think you have, until you try to use SUZUKI X6 HUSTLER 1961 PONTIAC PARISIENNE 8 FOOT x 8' pool table, lawn mowers, swing fr-1, vacuums, large electric drill, row transistor radios, garden tods, sewing machines, heaters, card tables, ridges, dressers, grain grinder, from our Moy, 6th Sale, DRESSERS, CHAIRS, TABLE, GLASSWARE, saw, many wringer washers, crib, golf carl, bods, galore, dinette suite, red chesterfield suite, complete toilet, land drills, windows of all sires, lawn chairs, new carving sets, car radio, ironing three signs of old age. One s the loss of memory, and ho can't remember the other twol "We always remember thai you want the newer-than-new tapes or cassettes" at MUSICLAND SUPPLIES LTD. 13th St. ant) 3rd Ave. S. lethbridge. Phono 327-1056 "Sec us witli your youngster for o great se eclion of CAMERAS, CASES, LITE METERS, IITE BAR and RELATED morn items too numerous 1o list. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES Phone 327-1222 2508 2nd Ave. N. Auctioneer: REED HAWTHORNE BILL HOPE-Lic. 815 Soles TO ALL SENIOR CITIZENS Our way of recognizing their efforts in the post, that wo might enjoy today. We urge you to make your appointment as soon as possible. Offer expires Juno 10, 1972. 1224 3rd Avenue S., LETHBRIDGE, 327-2673, 327-2565 ond at 5314 49lh Avo., FABER, Phono 223-2402 ;