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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FLASH! WATCH FOR NEW REDUC6D AIR FARES WITHIN CANADA "COMING SOON" ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VIUAGE MAIL PHONE 328-3201 The letttbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lbthbridge, Alberta, Tuesday, August 8, 1972 PAGKS U TO 24 NOW IN CUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4th AVE. S. PHONE 328-7121 "Do you havo a pair glades for holiday or me second annual Mppaioosa nursu >jf Regional Appaloosa Clubs. The show which began at noon Saturday South tourist promotion Appaloosa horse show has good weekend needs more I- I- By MARJJWE COOKSHAW "These and olher nlans arc whv hp had (alien his varatl Tiy CATHIE RKT1 Herald Slalf Writer Tlie spoiled horse was the ealurcii slar at Ihe LeLhbridgo xhiliilion grounds outdoor rcna this weekend, as UK outh regional Appatoosa clubs resented their second annual horse show. The first show started at oon Saturday. Included were illics, mares, stallions and geldings, )orn from to 972, marcs wilh foal of (he urrent year, youth most colorful appaloosa, English pleasure riding classes Appaloosa jumping, stock torso race and pack horse ace. The program on S unda y tartcd at 8 a.m. Included were oulh equitation, matched Mcrleety, Connie Slronskl, Clares, olm. Saturday's are s follows: m ies of '75: Wills Red Eye III Wyall, Hhh River; Nlmpiiu'b hick, Ron Canyon, Calgary. Fillies f Riverpoint Bonnie Lass, Bud High River. Wares of '70: Falling Slarkinq Rio, el Roseneaths Misty Sue, VI. Dral1hwal1e, Red Deer. Marcs 1 '69 end older: Could flee, J. luiion, ort Steele, B.C.; Retreat Hullabaloo, 1 Harav Wyclll, B.C. SJalllor.-. of '72: Duily Sage, Bar Oulfit, Raymond; 21p's Car ee, Connie Slrcnski, Claresholm. ta llofis ol VI: LIT Hip, Ocb Strorskl, laresholm; Siwel Charlie, Debbie .cwis, Sundrc. Stallions ol '10: Wyalta Lumley, Coal hurst; et Fire, W. Lucas. Vulcan, 'W ar.d older; Red Eye pache B., James High River; molds Chest, Ron Carlyon, Calgary. Geldinqs, '70, '71 arid '72s: Ronlen Leo Boier, Suf field. elding s 'W find older: Bo Mars tlUe Llghlenlng, Jerry Stirl-ngr Sonny, Layne Went, loalhursl. Mare and foal of the current ady Zip's Bar Tec, Stron-skl, Clarcsholm; :anty and Hlmpaus Chick, Rcrt Calgary. Gel of Sire: Get ol Zips Top Crop, WIIIFam Stronskl, Clareiholm; Get of Clndiqo, Bar Anchor Qu1ti1, oymond. Breeders Herd: Red Eyo paehe B., Wyalf, High River; molds Chest, Ron Carlyon. Youlrt Shovjmanshrp, n years and ndcr: Riverpoinf Beau, Sandy Wer-lursN Calgary; Ccrrie New-iouse> AtJcrt. Youfh showmanship, 13 o 17 years: Iron Cap, Connie 51ron-W, Claresholm; Elnck CJouds Jim, am Lumley, Coftlhurif. Meat colorful Appaloaia: Wyalta Gordon Lumley; H. Houslon, Millarvlllp, English pleaiure: Black Clouds Blue-boy, Gordon Lwmlty; Karfors. Raln-mrikcr, H. Forslbduer, FT. Slcele. Appaloosa lumping: Dl-ick Cloud', Dlueboy, Gordon Lunn'ty; Retreat Pi per oo. Val Haras, DC. Slocl; horse race-J20 yards: Smoky's Sundance, Lou Virag, Calyary; Arn-oldi Cheit, Roo Carlyon. Pack horse race: Dabble Biisel, Aillarville; Hugh Hcusron, Millar vilk. Sunday's class winners: Youlh 4 ta 1? years: Riih B, Cheryl Wyalt, High River; Here at Piperoo. Laurie Wy cliff. B.C. Inlermediate equitation, 13 to 17 years: Joker's Black Pepper, AVixtne Galo Mwro Miniskir.e Fred Furlong, Coufts. Youth flag picking, 17 years and under Joker's Black Pepper, Maxlne McKcnna; Black Clouds Jim, San Lumley. Jack Benny Class: Haro, Mark Passey. Magrathr King Dandy Pa1fh.es, Gecrye Brown, Fort Macleod Matched pairs: fron Cap, Connie and Zip's Top Crop, Debbie StronsXI; Black Cloud i Gordon and Joker's Clack Pepper, Mflxlne McKenna. Trail horse class: Dandy, Gartner, Edmonton; Riverpoint Beau. Dsrlcne Calgery, Windy 51s, Roy O'SulUvon, cirt ScoHcr Gold. Don Met-man, Calgary. Lead lino class: RelreaT aras Fnlry, Kilo Haro, Derek Passcy, Magralh. PJeas-re: Lady Barlender, S1ron-ki, Clartsholrn; Joker's Black Pep-er, McKenna, Reining: Black Cloudl lueboy, Godron Lirmley; Willy Sklm-Ite, Ron Carlyon. Stake Race: moky's Sundance. Lou Virag; Iron ap, Connie Slronski. Perce Stake race: Iron, Cap, onn e Stronskl; Black Clouds Glue-oy, Gordon Lumley. Camas prairie lump raro: Jukcr's Black Pepner, ou MARLENE COOKSHAW Herald Staff Writer Many people directly and indirectly from tourism, mt they are not prepared lo upport any action to increase says Frank Smith, manager f the Travel and Convention Association ot Southern Al-icria. "Many businesses benefit, mi they aren't about to pay even a membership >e said. Mr. Smith said that If this continued to be the case, such as the "Closed" signs in the tourist information jooih-s1 windows would con-inue lo crop up. The reason more explicit signs were not posted, he said, was because operating hours varied with the seasons, meaning Uie association required more signs, ar.d "signs cost money." "The end result is that, while provincial and local grants provide for llie basics, such em-Ixjllishments as Ihe signs people have inquired about will just have to wait." In re.spor.sa to suggestions of a 24 hour emergency telephone number for tourists, Mr, Smith said that they had. examined the possibility and "would like very much to make use of the 24 hour telephone answering sen-ice. "There is a tentative plan fo supply the service with up-to-date information, but it needs to be constant lo be said Mr, and other plans arc nacle; they could IK turned on omorrow, given the dollars, rhis type of service is required, ut it's not one can solve t the present time." Mr. Smith returned today rom liis holidays, and Ihe lueslion had hecn raised as he had tafcen his vacation jt the height of the tourist sea-on. He said that there were "two Dr three" reasons why he took iis holidays when he did, one being that his SOB returned to school soon. "The crux of the operation is never, and shouldn't be, one man. Nothing happened while was gone that couldn't be landlcd hy the eminently capable staff. It has been that way 'or four years, "Abo, the real need for my services is in the faU. This ia when people say t ii at the TCASA isn't doing anything, and this is when we're busiest. "It's a question of what tho purpose of (he TCASA is whether we are to serve the here, or to produce the people here. "Most centres feel that we can lx> of the most use if wo are producing traffic through them, getting southern Alberta her .share of more of tourism." trail horse classes. At noon a church service was icld with exhibitors mounted on the horses during the scr-rice, conducted by Jawlor of Turin, The afteraoon activities included Appaloosa landing successful Lcthbrldgc detachment of the ilCMP reports only one major -iccit ent during the 3ong Civic Holiday weekend, and in this one no cars wore involved. No injuries and a total of about. damage resulted wlien a plane piloted by Paul ilratccky of Edmonton made a forced landing in a field on the Arsene farm about a mi e northr-nst of Coalhurst Monday afternoon. Police report the landing went smoothly until the air-craft had nearly stopped and its front wheel caught in an irrigation ditch, pitching the plane forward and onto its nose and right winglip. A passenger in the plane, Paul lions, also of Edmonton, was not money woes self-inflicted Tlie money problems wind threaten to close the Calgarj Edmonton frcndship cen .re.s may been self in flictal. Reg Newkirk, president o the Alberta Native Friendship Centres Association said prior to last, week be was not aware of the severity or the money problems faced liy those con Ires. Evidently the governinj boards at Alberta's two majo centres kept the information t themselves until last week's na ional association of Friend ship conference in Win ni >eg. Allen Aclair, minister respon siblc for northern dcvelopmen said in a Herald telephone in terview this morning t h a friendship centres "as a had not approached the prov incial government to ask fo additional funds. Mr. Newkirk confirmed th statement a.s fact and wonder cd why the centres waited unti Ihe last possible moment to an noimce their predicament. However, friendship centre in other provinces have mad known their plight lo the fed cral government and all 3 Canmliat] centre's, including Lctiibridgc, will bold a 24 hou irotcst closure Puppet show planned Ten children agexl five to 12 present, a i hour program of >uppct shows Thurs-iay at 7 p.m. in Ihc Yntes Memorin Centre, Tho chi ren were amonfj 30 vho attcrx the puppet iops, part, of Hie Community Summer Program. 'Die puppets and scenery used in Hie production were made hy thr children and the scripts for the .six shows were cither written or adapted by hem. Lenders of the workshops were Ka t hy Zn sad ny David Mann aiu Mandy Wilkinson. The puppet shows will Wednesday ant! fliursday morn tuns Jn Yale.s for the playground Fun Clubs. The music program of the Community Summer Program will present two numbers in he and reining classes, a stake race and a Camas Prair-e stump race. Judge for tho show was John L. Taylor of Wolf Point, Mont, About 200 entries were included in the show, coming rom southern Allrerta and southeastern Columbia. The high point hor.se of tho show was Black Cloud's Blue-joy, owned hy Gordon Lumley of Conlliurst. His award, by Kon and Ixmora Oddic fit Pincher Creek, will be at Ihe South Regional Appaloosa Club IJnnquct, Nov. -3 at High Kiver. Criamplonshlp Award "Iroph cs ere as followi Champion FAere, donnfcd by m Feed Service: Rctrefll Hallabal-u, owned DEM Haras, WycliH, B.C. Reserve champion more, dona led by Park Plaza Motor Hotel: Cloud Bee, owned by J. Juliin, F-oM Slcele, B.C. Champion gelding, rttmatcd by Province Livestock Supplied Ltd Lelh-brldger Mars LIIHe Llghfenlno by Jerry Lnwlor, Stirling. Reserve champion gelding; donated by Desej-el Fnri-m, Raymond: Wltjnms Sonny, by Wayne Went, Ccnlnursl. Champion srAlllon, denied by Andy Ddutk Family ol Canal Flats, s.C.: Red Eye Apache B owned by James Wyaft, High River. Reserve champion itallloo, donated hy UFA Coop Ltd. Lclhbridrje; tonight's council topic City council, in a special 7 o'clock meeting tonight, will consider final for dcvctopment of West-'J'lic rccommomlations, nst week lor more conceutrat-c ilivision will be .sold within tho (o per front foot range, with the first lots going for an average per front foot serviced. Tlie lot sales arc the main method of financing the devcl. opment, to recover the mil 1 on tho city has put into servicing in the area and to the funds for future ser vicintf. Ono recommendation coming from the development projec tenm concerns the propo.send feel privilege tl iKat a great many nunei fV mSm havs choien ui to be Iheir penona] pharmacy, (WINGMASTER) 12 GAUGE PUMP ACTION fjj GEORGE and ROD lay Wo chock your proicriptfon in twenty Hora't two moro ill 3" Offer to deliver, if they ieem in a great ill Fren delivery anytime. KM 4. Prompt and careful prepnrolion Km (Wnlch for 16 morci KM IH Wnnflhy pcopln have n Tot of will power. commercial typo gai lawn mower in good runninn order, voriely of te evisions, washers ond dryers, reo dean Tappan electric range p us many others, selection of rhromn and wooden chatrs, hydrocclE, garden tools, kitchen t a bins, fridges, borbeques, drapes, 10 sheets ci various colors of Arbor ile, Jruck heater gas heater, many olher items loo numerous 1o SAIES ARE BACKED BY SERVICE" 1 n' I McCREADY-BAiNES LSTD- Phono 327-3555 Alio operating WATERTON PHARMACY CHEVROLET 4 door sedan, tlandard '26 DODGE STOCK CAR, roil ban, Vfl, needs '63 MERCURY 4 door sedan, automatic, AUGUST 19th GIGANTIC ANTIQUE AND BYGONE SAVE EXCESS OF 400 ITEMS on request FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT SOUTHWEST AUCTION SERVICES Phone 327-1222 2508 2nd Ave. N. Auctioneer: HED S DRAFFIN'S i DISPENSARY AND DOWNTOWN IN GEORGE RODNEY pl Hnin Modicol Bldg. 401 5lh St. S. ffi 6lh Avo. S. Dilivery gj Call 328-613J Cafl 327-3364 HOPC-Lic. 845 Soles ;