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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Bill Pyrch flowers thrill judges at Tafoer Mixed pardon (lowen Mn. Ellen Prus. Housoplanl- Mrs. Lulah Glbb. African vlolch Mrs. Muriel Jespcr- Len; Bill Pyrch. Ccnlrepicce dccorallon: Ben Sklkio- wich; Mrs. Lulah Gibb. Dullel decoration; DiM Pyn.li; Mrs. Lulah Gibh. Bull! arrengcmcnl: Bill Pyrch: Mrs. Ehlcl Cannady, Table centrepiece: Bill Pyrch; Ben Skiklcwkh. Cor Bill Pyrch; Mrs. Lucy Skiklo-.vich. VFGETABLE, FRUIT Deans, broad: Dennis M. Tui Mrs. J. Shlmbashi, Beans, green: Dennis M. Turli Deans, wwax: Dennis M. Turin; Mrs. J. Table heels: Dennis M. Turin; Ben Cabbage: Ben Skikiewlch; Mrs. El- len Pru5. Cabbage, polnled: D. M. Turin. TdDle csrrols: Ben Skikiewich, Hom- er Qudrrian. Carroh, shorl: Ben Skihiewich; Mrs. J. Shimbashi, S'.vecl corn: [no Dennis M. Turin; Mrs. J. Shimbashl. Cucumbers, pickling: Mrs. Ellrn Prus; Dennis M. Turin. Cutumbers, slicing: Mrs. Irene Flickinger; Mrs. Carla Vanderval. Onions, from sets: Mrs. J. Shlm- bashi; Mike Ohashi. (sec- Oni from seeds: Mrs. J. Shlrn- bashi; Dennis M. Turin- mbashl; By JIOSS GIBB Hri'ald News Service TADiER 17lh annual community fair, held re- cently in the Community Ccnlro auditorium, enjoyed yood par- ticipation. However, the abovc-90 temp- eratures in August were a hit "loo much" for llie flowers which were not al their best ;il the bench show. Fair board chdrman Bill Pyrch won the Milton W. Con- rad Trophy for aggregate points in the flower section and took away Simpson's Sears award for the best floral arrangement. Mrs. Barbara Turin received the Velma Whitney Memorial Award for Lhe best roses. Tom Strain look the Wallace McDonald Trophy for the bcsl glads. In the fruits and vegetables section, Dennis M. Turin proved to be the district's best garden- er, taking the Canadian West- ern Gas Award for the aggre- gate points and the Eaton's Award for the best vegetable assortment. Mrs. Margaret Shimbtshi: look home Lhe b'mmbashi Farms Trophy for the best netted gem potatoes. Mrs. Daisy Oshiro won the Big T Supermarket food ham- per for the baking aggregate and the IGA Foodlincr hamper for the best buns. Mrs. Mary Krahn won the Ellison Milling Co. prize for the best wliite bread. Mrs. Hazel Price, Mrs, Norma Maruyama and Mrs. Barbara Turin won sugar prizes presented by Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. for canning sec- tion aggregates, while Miss Barbara Millikcn, Miss Mar- garet Turin and Miss Carlcc Oshiro walked off with Cana- dian Western Na tural G as prizes for junior aggregates. The male of the species fared well in the handicraft special prizes, Bill Pyrch winning the Mrs. Velma Whitney Memorial Award for the best needlework enhry _ a needlepoint picture, while BernaiT Harris won the G as Company Award for Llie best knitted dress of the show. Other special awards, the Mrs. Velma Whitney Memorial Award for the best quilt went lo Mrs. Lilian Gibb, while the eye Ranch. Taber Lady Lions presentation Rancher Max Bradshaw III CrafcapiJlci: Cheryl Luehr; Dennis M. Turin. Plums: Mike Ohashl Raspberries: Mrs. Ellen Prus; Ben Skikiewlch. r-1 rn wherries: Mike Ohnihl; Ben Ski- kiewlch. Rhubarb: Mrs. J. Shim Den- nis M. Turin. Frull assorlmpnl: Dennis M. Turin. HOME COOKING Jam: Mrs. Hazel Price: Mrs. H. Ohashi. Jolly: Mrs. Barbara Turin; Mrs. Brcnda Luehr. Berries: Mrs. Haiel Price; Mrs. A. Skikiewlch. Other Frull: Mrs. Hazel Price; Mrs. Norma Maruyoma. Conserves: Mrs. Frnda AAlkalson. Relish1 Mrs. Mary Krahn; Mrs. Bar- bara Turin. Swpel picklea: Mrs. Norma Maru- ynma. Beet pickles: Mrs. Hazel Price; Mrs. Elhcl Cannady. Uill pickles: Mrs. Carld Vandervai; Mr-.. Freda AAikalson. Angnl food cakr: Mrs Zelme Gil- bErlson (Ihird Chiffon rake: Mrs. Daisy Oshiro; Mrs A Skikiewlch. Chocolate cake: Mrs. Frcdfl Mikal- son; Mrs. Daisy Oshiro. Spice cake: Mrs. Daisy Oshiro, no second. While cake: Mrs. Daisy Oshiro Chocolale _cake f sponsored by Green Peas: Mrs. Dennis M. Turin. Green peppers: Mrs. CeMa Vander- val; Mrs. J. ShlmbBshl. Red polalaes: Roy Easlhopej Mrs. J. Shimbashi. White poialoes: Mrs. J. Shlmbsshl. Nellc-d Gems; Mrs. Margarel Shim- boshi; Mrs. Ellen Prus. Pumpkin: Mrs. Irene Flkkenger; Mrs. Carls Vanderval. Hubbard squash: Dennis M. Turin; Mrs. Inez Harris. Summer squash: Mrs. Carlo Vand- erval; Dennis M. Turin. tomatoes: Dennis M. Turin; Rcy Easlhope; Mrs. M. Roy Has: nope. Ripe lomaloes: Vcgelable Assorlmenl: t Turin; Mrs. J. Shimhashl. Vegetable oddity: Bruce Gilbertson; Shimba5hl children. Apples: Ivan Zadan; Mike ____ Mondny, 30. 1771 THE ICTHCRIDGE HERALD 3 By C.A. Weekes fXUK SPECIAL greetings Ihis, was icfl v.cl and bedraggled M-L-cl: go lo Stonier by ina-c days ul typlicon rains. Blair Scout Jim Toonr. A 'foul sin i ;uid whistles i Both are jibL bnck fronr lira i under all difficulties. World Kroiiling jEimliitrcB hi hoping Scoulcr Lew j Jiijiun. We understand ilini ;iil j fuifiiiud his vo-.v lo climb lour Canadian contingent of Ilial. (or a moment, flared iiilo violence. There ncrc clenched fists and denunciations but tears from the 110 persons who watched Jackson's coffin lo I ercd inlo the family plot. Nearby was Lhe still-unmarked grave of his younger brother, Jonathan, fatally shot 13 monihs ago in an armed raid on Lhe Marin County, Calif., court- house. Gcorpc Jackson was shol dead last Saturday by San Qucnlin prison guards in what WnS described as an escape al lempt. Georgia Jackson, the slain man's n.other, dominated the ceremony, flnnkcd by a conlin gcnl of Black Panthers. "Tlie reason he's dead toda; is that Ihe stale of California and, maybe, the United Slates of America, decided hnro was one black man who was no going to cry she said. Mrs. Jackson was plainly dis traught. Arriving will] lira fu ncral procession she forged inte a cluster nf reporters. "These leeches don't belong she said. "1 certainly don't the people who helped murder my son here. This isn't a service. No pic- 96 students look course STIRLING UINSI -The Au- gust session of Red Cross swimming Ics-'ons had slu- .Speaker, mini.iliT (if social de-1 schools and ,10 miles per hour 1 denls enrolled wilh 77 of thcc volopmciil. I ill Iho remaining town area, successfully passing Ibcir Icsls. d o n -b o r n Jew. and Cecil Rhodes, an entrepreneur later o become politician and colo- nmksL Rhodes had bought into another diamond mining company near Uie DC Beers farm. Though a millionaire, Bar- nalo was barred from the posh Kimlierley Club. He sold out to Rhodes' company in 1089. One condition was that he jc able to join the club. He later committed suicide. The De Beers brothers paid Ihe government the equivalent of S200 for their farnr in the 18Ms. They sold it in 1871 for Rhodes paid Barnato ?20 million for the central blue- ground in 1085. YIELDED THREE TONS With purchase of the Kim- berlcy mine, Rhodes lonned De Beers Consolidated Mines Co. It controls 80 per cent of the world's diamond mining and marketing today. By the time the big hole be- came unprofitable in 1DM it jad produced about three of diamonds worth perhaps million. Some million tons of bluegrountl had been excavated, leaving a rim of small hills. The crater is one mile in circumference, feet wide and feet deep. The 120-carat Tiffan> dia- mond, valued at is the mine's most famous stone. The blucground still con- tains diamonds, but De Beers considers the yield, less than 1C carats for 100 tons of rock, not worthwhile. Sir Ernest Oppenbeinici came (n Kimherlcy in as a diamond buyer and eventu- ally got control of De Beers. Now his son. Harry Oppenbei- n-.er, heads it and other min- ing concerns. The De Beers brothers found peace for a few years on their new farm. Gold was discovered there and they were forced to move again Merger plan announced. TORONTO (CP.i A merger is planned between Fry and Co Ltd. and .Mills Spencc and Co., mcmner.s of the Toronto Slock Exchange If Ih; merger is approved by regulatory authorities, the new lhj "B firm will Spencc and Co. Lid. Bolh firms are members of the Montreal Stock Exchange ar.d of the Investment Dealers' Association of Canada. Krv has offices in Toronto, All Hie world i- ino-.L of us arc on'- Our has c: -ct'i f-'ainji luipecsa lo flocr of Ihc FnoMiil Hospital he-re in 2 vonrierful "carr, the best o' I i n L' and tref! 31- y is outs Uio "Gii'l Guides.'1 (Kdilnr's nole: Ro" '--'-.ekes underwent surgery and should lie hack a'; C n v fit as a fiddle by Montreal and Vancouver. Mills a; Spencc offices Toronto, Cnu.kcn of T id i Ihc hospital serene. V.'hilc in dn'dock cx-sconter Dick Chapman visited. He is re- 1 tired now aftcr long yc" of banking intermingled u- i h scouting. He started off as i r< i T rJ ui uir iji'Liinntitr .1111 Montreal, Calgary On t. K.tchencr, Newark. J QTlfl 1 finl nn r and Ivondon. Mglil swims lo conliuiie STIRLING (HNS) scoutmaster of (lie 8th Calgary Clifforr1 Ilirsche announces day and never looked back, swimming will be closed Sept. j Again speaking of other years but night swimming will con- we wore talking to Jim Scott linue for another week and I of Canary district. Scouter Jim perhaps longer depending on has been an executive for weather and public response. The hours will be from 5 p.m. years. He was. without doubt, Albcrla'5 top-level quarternrfis- to 3 p in. with a possibility of I ter. I on to 9 p.m. if wan-anted. I ('ilMcll scoulcrs v. ill remcm- her him at Camp Woods. Now "jOlh anniversary illr uolts wilh n DUin anniversary _ Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kultgen I nnl, ol Tahcr will celebrate their I 5lth wedding anniversary Sun- day. Sept. 5 from 2-5 pm. in the basement of St. Augustine's Roman Catholic church in Ta- bcr. An open house will he held for all close friends and rela- tives. CARPET and tINO (Comptele InslallQ'ionsD Free Eslimates! No Tongc'io PHONE 3V-357S Oil production CALGARY Crude oil production in Albcrla aver- aged an cstimalco' bar- rels a day during the week end- ed Aug. 23. the Alberta Energy Resources Conservation Bonr'l said in a ivport. Production in the previou.i week averaged barrels a day. Daily production in gust was expected !o averacr n.'ifi.lld barrels compared M'ith barrels in August, 1370. his style r.MIIKDDIH) IN W.M.I, In the oclopus and the shell is embedded in t.ho Ixxly wall. Times change, Tools change. But that dust-dry thirst still calls for the down-to-earth flavour of Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner. Great beer for nearly half a hundred years; and still brewed slow and easy for good old-time flavour. Make his style your style. You'll really dig the taste! TRADITION VOU CAM TASTU FROM JHE HOUSt OF ICTIIBRIDGE ;