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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Tueiday, i, 197J- MOBILE HOME PARK Work Is progressing toward an early- surrounding 120 fully-serviced Io1s will be a month for a single and ,____i ,i._ rmrv in rses, western horses, small rabian horses, all types of arses they will be the at- action at the Lethbridge Ex- bitlon Pavilion Thursday, Frl- ay and Saturday. The East Lelhbridge Rotary lub, In conjunction with the xithbridge and District Exhlbi- on, is responsible for all the orse flesh in the Eighth Annual :otary Horse Show. Air fares to be cut in promotion Time Airways' new promo- ional fares frill go Into effect Oct. 1, Time president Stubb Ross said today. The new fares will similar to Air Canada's, which will ais go Into effect next month. Youth fares will be 40 pe cent off the regular fares on standby basis; senior citizen will have 20 per cent off on confirmed haste; eight to 31 days excursion fares 30 pe cent off; and weekend fares 2 per cent off. Under the chairmanship of )r. G. F. (Gordon) Anderson, tie show will be presenting 88 arious classes over the three featuring the always-pop- ar jumping classes and the- 1 a s s y Tennessee Walking orses. Also being highlighted during ic show Mill be the Shrine lub's Al Azhar Mounted Pn- rol, consisting of 20 nurses and Iders, from Calgary. Another added attraction will i the exciting pony chariot aces, a new feature of the ilghly regarded show. Entries from tho United tatcs, Saskatchewan, Mani- oba, British Columbia and Al- berta will be competing during the three-day, seven per- performance show. Thursday morning will see the halter classes kick off at 8 sharp while every afternoon 1 tha mjitinec performance will start. The evening show gets under way it each night. The announcer for the pres- tigious affair will be Bill Holt of Lolo, I'onL, while the judges will bo California's Eldon Fair- banks and L. C. Halmrast of Lethbridge in tho costume classes. Tickets, available at Leis- ter's, are and for re- served, wliile rush seats available for Tickets -will also bo available at the door. ORDER YOUR WINTER HOME REQUIREMENTS FROM ADVANCE LUMBER CO. ALUMINUM STORM DOORS 3 ttandard In stock and sash remain in door alt year round, Complete wilh hard- ware: pneumatic door closor, door lafch and weather stripping. EACH ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS ORDER NOW FOR OCTOBER DELIVERY Every order Is made to measure. Complete with screen and self storing window. FROM EACH BERRY GARAGE DOORS AH sdrincoat sfceT. Won't swetl, shrink, crock or peel. Size 9'x7'. We will be to quote on other 71 ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. 2nd Ave. and 13th S. Phone 328-3301 "Your Pioneer Lumber Dealer Since 1925" SUMMER'S-OVER Two of the many signi that summer's almost over are trre Closed signs on tourist attractions. Above, Southern Aiberta Travel and Convention Bureau employee Brenda Hansert locks up the Henderson lake tourist information office. The office at the Brewery Gardens will operate year-round. Deanne Dearlng, rn authentic costume, closes the doors of the Fort Whoop-Up complex In Indian Battle Park after the busiest season ever. A total of visited the Kinsmen Club- opercrtetd fort. Kerber Photos Province studying aircraft licensing The provincial government is studying the legal aspects of licensing a i r transportation Licence plate prices are reduced Vehicle license plates for 1972 are now being sold at a 40 per cent discount, Alberta Motor A s s o c i a lion assistant manager Hans Tiebemann said today. The fees are: Wheelbase 110 inches and un- der, on Apr. 1, Sept, 1 Jan. 1, 1973. Wheelbase 110-120 Inches, Apr. I, Sept. 1, Jan. 1 Wheelbase 120 Inches and over, Apr. 1, Sept. J Jan. 1. Trailer license fee of Is will be Farm trucks and trucks fo pleasure purposes: uhder pounds, was is will be pounds, wa is will be pounds, was Is will be over 12.00C pounds, was is will be 'ithin the province, says Time Urways president Stubb Ross Deputy premier Hugh Horner nnounced when hu vlsitet Lcthbridge in June that the rovincial government was con idering the possibility of liccn ing air transportation, now be- ng done by the federal govern ment. Dr. Horner said at that time he provincial cabinet would discuss the licensing issue 'next week." A spokesman for the pre- mier's office said, however that the matter hasn't been dis cussed in cabinet meetings yet ''I understand the govern ment is studying the legal as pects involved in this issue, Mr. Ross said. Mr. Hoss also said he expects the federal transport mlniste Don Jamieson, to make a rec ommendation "shortly" o Time's appeal against a Can; dian Transport Commission decision, which rejected Time application for the Edmonto Grande Prairie route, whi awarding It to Thunderbird Air ways of Prince George, B.C. The Lougheed governme supported Time's applicatiot and it was partly due to th "most unwise decision" of t CTC that the provincial govern rncnt is looking at the possib ity of doing its own licensir within Alberta. CONTINUES DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO DISH WASHERS MACK AND WHITE TVi SEWING MACHINES FOOD FREEZERS BAKER'S PRICE GUARANTEE If emy article sold during this li advertised tor est anywhere in Alberto within the 1J mortrti we will refund Ihe difference In TERMS NO DOWN PAYMENT 24 MONTHS TO PAY PAYMENTS AS LOW- AS PER MONTH APPLIANCES TV CENTRE AgtnH for GENERAL ELECTRIC MOFFAT ADMtRAl PHRCO BERN IN A SEWING MACHINES 812 4th AVI. S. PHONE GRAIN OK TRADE FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE IN SOUTHCXN ALBERTA ;