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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, May 25, 197J THE LETHBRIDSE HERALD 15 Potters exhibition on Sunday The Oklman liiver Potters Guild will hold a potlcry ex- hibition in the centre room of Lite Bowmiin Ails Outre Sat- in-day and Sunday, 2 to p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. Various types of pottery will be displayed, including primi- tive pottery fired with wood ani! dried cow patties, Raku ware fired in a field kiln, and earthenware and stoneware fired in the electric kilns in t h e potters' room of the Bowman Arts Centre. The display will range from functional pottery and beads to wallhangings and sculpture. Registration for adults and children's classes will be taken game association o Fish and plans early weed control The Lelhbridge Fish and Game Association is to ask the city to make an earlier annual start on its partial weed eradi- cation, algae and slim control program at Henderson Lake. At its Monday meeting the Sunday concert A Sunday Afternoon Concert will be presented at in the Paramount, theatre. The concert features Sun, a three-year-old rock group from Edmonton who performs much of their original work. Also playing are Billy Nichol and Frank Slide of Lethbridge. Tickets for the concert, spoil- association passed a resolution suggesting that the aesthetics of Henderson Lake Park depend to a large degree on the ap- pearaiice of the lake itself. It notes the city has carried out a fairly successful eradica- tion program in years past, but it has usually been during the latter part of summer. The association does not want all the vegetation destroyed in Henderson as this would upset the balance cycle in the water. However, an earlier start on a control program 'would be in the best interests of all resi- dents and visitors to the city.' Selective herbicides have been used in the past to control the undesirable vegetation and other growth. The feeling was expressed that vegetation killed earlier in the year would decay by fall freeze-up, whereas veg- elation killed in late summer during exhibition hours. Classes for adulls begin Sept. 11. in a series of six lessons for those requiring basic les-. sons in ceramics sored by Duck A. and fall would decay during the further information can he i may be purchased at Leister's critical winter freeze over months and deplete the oxygen supply in the water. The herbicides used in the lake lately have not killed, or disturbed anything except the vegetation intended. obtained by phoning 327-82-11. I Music Ltd. GET 2 MUGS REGULAR BEER GET FREE COUPONS ON BOXTOPS OF SPECIALLY MARKED Bund concert and dance on Friday MOKE SAUCS Tire Saskatoon Real Estate Board established record saJes of million through rnuti- pie listing sen-ice in 1971, an incrca.st: of more than mil- lion from J970, The Five Man Klectric.il Band will he featured in a con- mi and dance Friday from (i JO to I a.m., at the Hendci son Park Ice Centre. Second billing on the show PK> to a local group, Frank j Slide. I ive Man Electrical Band is best known for its hit record, Signs, winner of a Canadian award and a mi Hi on-.seller in the U.S. Until the Guess Who replaced them Hi- years ago, t hey were referred to as the most popular group north of Ihe border, in their seven years together. Advance tickets are avail- able at Leister's, Musicland, Marcel's Smoke Shop and Doug's Record Bar. Southern Alberta artist dies Horse course starts May 29 DISTINGUISHED SERVICE OF THE LAW Retired tethbridge Chief of Police James Carpenter views a plaque he received from the lethbridge Optimist Club in comme- moration of his "long and distinguished career as o law enforcement officer." Examin- ing the plaque with Mr. Carpenter are Bob Williams, left, chairman of the "respect for the taw committee" of the club and Ken Newton, president of the local group. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE RGSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABflSHED 1911 tower Floor 517 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 Nalleys TRIPLE PAK poTaio chips A free ireal courtesy of Nalley's and Southern Alberta's 96 year- old artist, Peter Joseph Weber, died on Monday. Although Mr. Weber began his painting career late in life, many of his pictures have be- come well-known. Some have gone as far as Australia and Scotland. Many homes and buildings in southern Alberta display his paintings, and several hang on the walls of the Ridge View Lodge in Raymond, where Mr. Weber was once a resident. Born in Wabasha, Minnesota i in 1876, Mr. Weber resided for awhile in North Dakota before moving to Lethbridge, then known as Coal Banks, in 1908. He bought a farm near Wren- tham in 1913 and moved to it in 1930, where he lived until 1963. During his lifetime, Mr. Weber had a great variety ol jobs besides his painting. Twenty five year old Miss Ann Die'hl of Sandpoint, Idaho, heads up the horsemanship pro- gram this summer at the Leth- bridge Community College. Miss Diehl is an expert in dressage, and is described as a horse able to teach students how to become better riders once they under- stand how a horse thinks and acts. The College horsemanship courses for beginners, interme- diate, and advanced riders be- gin May 29. Classes run con- currently and are repeated every two weeks until Sept. GOVERNMENT Lethbridge has operated under the council manager form of government since 1928. "IN TOUCH WITH TOMORROW" FOR QUALITY T.V., STEREO APPLIANCES Celebrates Bert Mac's Radio-TV ltd, 'New Owner Sale' if MIRACLE MICROWAVE OVEN Reg. NEW OWNER SPECIAl 19" CABINET COLOR TV Reg. NEW OWNER SPECIAL S559.95 AUTOMATIC TWIN-TUB WASHER 3 motors, complete with 5 year warranty. Reg. NEW OWNER SPECIAL 20" BLACK AND WHITE PORTABLE TV Reg. NEW OWNER SPECIAL 12" 3 SPEED FAN Complete with timer and 5 year warranty en motor. Reg. NEW OWNER SPECIAL RADIO- T.V. LTD. "Where Sales are Backed by Service" 315 7th St. S. Phone 327-3232 CORTINA 2-DOOR GT 2000 CC engine, 4 speed power front brakes, front and rear teat belti, G.T. wheel covers, sport lenther steering wheel, roily Mali and head restraints, extra cooling radiator, block heat, mirror, back up litesr package tray, vinyl trim, 55 amp battery, 35 amp alter- nator, lockable glove compartment, center console clock, G.T. package. Beautiful evergreen with black trim. NEW STOCK NO. 2186 CRASH PRICE METEOR RIDEAU 500 2 door hardtop, 400 2V automatic tram- mission, heavy duty battery, block heater, electric rear window defrost, fender skirts, power disc brakes, power steering, radio, visibility group, wheel covers, floor mats. Bright green gold in color with green vinyl roof. DEMO STOCK NO. 2089 CRASH PRICE rb F250 SPORT CUSTOM 360 V8 engine, automatic transmission, 2740 Ib. rear springs, heavy duly battery, block hooter, ammeter and oil gouges, power front disc brakes, power steering, auxiliary 25 gal. fuel tank, dual electric horns, left and right hand chrome ex- tended mirrors, sport custom cabr 750x16 6 ply, 3 grips. Bay Roc bluein color. NEW STOCK NO. 2185 m CRASH PRICE fe Test drive the all new Capri V-6 now MONTEGO MX BROUGHAM 2 door hardtop, 351 2V engine, automatic mission, appearance protection group, block heat. er, remote control mirror, power disc braktt. power steering, flight bench jeat, radio, deluxe wheel covers, flow thru vent system, rocker and wheellip mouldings, vinyl moulding, floor mats. F78-14 W.S.W. Beautiful ivy glamor painf with green vinyl roof and green trim. DEMO STOCK NO. 2145 CRASH PRICI CAPRI 2-DOOR Sports Coupe. 2000 CC engine, 4 speed manual transmission, power brakes, block heater, esy and map lights, front and rear bumper guards, bucket seats, cigar lighter, clock with center console, blackout grille, styled iteel wheels, flow thru vents, woodtone instrument panel, dual tone horn, handbrake warning light leather trimmed steering wheel and gear knob, bright pedal trim, front reclining and contour rear seats, center arm rests. Ermine white with black trim. NEW STOCK NO. 2158 CRASH PRICE Watch for the all new Ford Courier on display June 1 1718-3rd Ave. --Phone ;