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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 4, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta J4 THE IETHBRIDOE HERAID Saturday, December 4, 1971 Rodeo great too Herman Under Nklit honors Master Farmer THE LINDER TROPHY ROOM Herman tinder's years cs a leader in the international rodeo circuit are well-docu- mented in the photographs of friends and numerous trophies adorning his favorite room. City police liave busy night By (J.AHHY ALLISON Herald .Staff CARDSTON Herman Un- der, the former roden great from Oardstcn. was honored Friday hy his fo- his rodeoing exploits but as one of Alberta's Master Farmers for 1971. The Linder family was feted at a banquet in Cardston at- tended by Dr. Glen Purnell, Ca- nadian deputy minister cf ag- riculture. A member of the Calgary Horseman's Hail of Fame and the Lethbridge and District Ex- hibition Hall of Fame, Mr. Lin- der was recently honored by the Southern Alberta Rodeo Cir- cuit, an organization he helped found nearly 25 years ago. Herman and Agnes Linder have one son, George, who runs the farm with his father and one daughter, Rose Marie, who is married to this year's Cana- dian all-around, saddle bronc and steer wrestling champion, Tommy Bews. Rcdeo awards arc not new in the Linder family. Mr. Lin- der has held eight Canadian around titles; five North i American all around titles; three Canadian bareback and saddle h r o n c championships and four steer riding awards. Among the gifls the Under family received as the Master Farm Family were a Sl.ow cash award, a plaque and a special gate sign. The large acre Under farm is a picturesque, modem farming facility. One of the purposes of the master farmer award is to hon- or farm families who have ex- celled in farming, homemaking and citizenship and to empha- size the advantages of farm life. Mr. Linder has produced many rodeos in the past, the most notable being tie rodeo held in connection with Expo 'C7 in Montreal. Throughout his career Mr. Linder remained relatively free of injury in ths rodeo arena. However, tra received serious injuries when trampled by a horse at the Fort. Maclecd Stampede just prior to leaving for Expo, His active rodeo ca- reer lasted from 1929 to 1939. Always active in community circles, the Linders have proven to be a colorful and needed as- set to Alberta life. More than half of the Linders' acre farm is rangeland. City police investigated eight overnight traffic accidents. The most serious accident oc- curred shortly nfter a.m. Saturday on "Highway 3 West near the river bridge and re- sulted in two injuries and damage. Jerry Frank KrampI of Shaughnessv and Caroline Pa- tricia Jenkins. 509 10th St. X. remained in St. Michael's Gen- eral Hospital this morning for observation. KrampI received stomach in- juries and Mrs. Jenkins re- j ceived head injuries which re- quired several stitches. KrampI was the driver of a pick-up truck which was struck by a Bee Line Freight Co. semi- trailer truck driven by Murray Skelding, 3324 Spruce Drive. I Skelding was not injured. FOR SALE! SMALL BUSINESS BLOCK Income Over Taxes ....._................... O 2 Good Leases Can be made info 3 stores Located in Soulh Lethbridge. Phone McKILLOP AGENCIES 327-7464 FOR MORE DETAILS! MOSSEY HARDWARE 1522 9th Avenue South Bill and Darleen Hollinsworth Phone 328-3684 TOYS-20% OFF Service Is Our Business! Free Delivery FOND MEMORIES The cabin, which Herman and Agnes Linder lived in for the first seven years of their marriage, remains for sweet sentimentality near their present i home. ___________________ MAMS THE WARDS RENTALS School's Snow White held over The Agnes Davidson Elemen- tary School student production of the operetta Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs has been held TO SYMBOLIZE FOND MEMORY Choose wisely the monu- ment to honor your loved onei. We will be pleased to assist you. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL AND TILE WORKS LTD. hav been Satisfying Customers for Over 60 Years" 325 8th St. S., Icthbridga Phone 327-3920 LOW COST HOUSING A City of Lethbridge, Alberta and Federal Government Subsidized Project DEVELOPED BY HOLGER FRANSDEN Down Payment on 2 Bedroom Down Payment on 3 Bedroom to Income Qualification PHONE 327-7464 FOR MORE DETAILS! HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. S. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENT'S Invitations Announcements (24 Hour Service If Necessary) Bride Books Thank You Cards Napkins Matches We provide Complimentary Personalized Head Table Place Cards with each Orderl FREE CUSTOMER PARKING over for one more performance. The operetta will be perform- ed again Tuesday at p.m., in the school's auditorium. Reserved tickets are on sale at Leister's Music and at Agnes Davidson. Never to go again? The grandfather's clock on the wall of the Lethbridge city clerk's office has not missed a tick in 54 years. The clock was purchased in 1917 with the approval of Ma- yor Hardy, who set the upper price limit at 580. Tuesday at p.m., the clock stopped. Rescue attempts Wednesday morning failed and the pendu- lum is at rest, at least until a consultant can be hired to set it swinging again. Art shop opening A new art shop will open In this weekend. The House of Fine Arts, lo- cated at 409 5th SI, S., will open its doors Sunday at 3 p.m. with a special ribbon-cutting cere- mony by Lethbridge Mayor Andy Anderson. The House of Fine Arts has a current collection of approxi- mately 120 original oils. Both European and Canadian paint- ers are represented in the group. In addition to oils, the new art dealers, Josef and llon.i Kaiari, will have all types of objets d'art. Custom-framing will also be a service near the first of the year. POLLUTION CONTROL SOUTHERN ALBERTA ANNUAL FALL GENERAL MEETING MONDAY, DEC. 6TH 8 P.M. Room 121 (First Floor) SCIENCE BLDG. IETHBRIDGI COMMUNITY COLLEGE CAMPUS Election of New Board of ond Discussion of Restructuring of fhe Organization. DOVE Balfour will present a paper on the Opportunities for Youth preliminary results on the Oldman River Study NO CHARGE EVERYONE WELCOME MEMBERSHIPS AVAILABLE CITY OF LETHBRIDGE Effective immediately the Fire Prevention Bureau which was located at the No. 1 Fire Hall has been trans- ferred to the Inspection and Development Department in City Hall. PHONE 328-2341 INSPECTION DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT HOUSE OF FINE ART caching in city Evangelist Fanning Y. Tant is currently preaching at the Church of Christ at 2720 21st Ave. S. In addition to his credentials I as a minister, Mr. Tant is also an authority on hypnotism and 1 its applications. The former professor from Stephen F. Austin State Uni- versity in Texas has used hyp- i nosis as an aid to impnoving I student achievement grades. j His program was designed to i improve motivation, concentra- tion, comprehension and reten- tion of school studies informa- tion. Mr. Tant, a member of the American Institute of Hypno- sis, said he ''could take a stu- dent failing in every subject and in one semester have him y on the dean's honor list." i Mr. Tant's hypnotic technique y involves what he calls sublim- i JJ inal teaching. Hypnotic sug- >J gcstions are introduced at lev- iw els below conscious awareness. Mr. Tant returns to his Bir- _ mingham. Alabama home Dec. Ig Here's A I UNIQUE s I Way To Solve I CHRISTMAS GIFT y i Shopping Problems! I i Give p "BETTER WAYS TO SUCCESSFUL GARDENING' IN WESTERN CANADA by ISABELLE R. YOUNG and CHARLES YOUNG Featuring: 326 pages of useful information Our official GRAND OPENING SHOWING will bo held this Sunday, December 5th at p.m. in our new location at 409 FIFTH STREET SOUTH. Mayor Andy Anderson will perform the opening ceremonies. We will have on display: More than 100 original oil paintings by interno- Decorative Interior and exterior lighting fixluici lionally renowned artists. including: Pointings in modern, abstract, semi-abstract, and Hanging celling lights, wall lights and chandolleri. character portraits. We extend our open invitation lo everyone, to dro p in and share with us, during this exquisite show- ing of unique art works. CUSTOM FRAMING HOUSE OF FINE ART ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS Grants have deadline than a month remains jf for homeowners to apply for i y Ift71 homeowner grants. Locally, of about ixnneowners have applied for the grants accounting for pay- ments from the provincial gov- ernment of -v Although Ihe (leadline Is Doc. y 1 ,tl, property taxes need not have paid for a IwmoowTV cr to eligible for the grant. T plants to survive our winters dates and soil mixtures and and Cold Frames and Landscaping Gardens and lily Ponds -House Plants and Gift Plants Plus Much, Much Moro A Must For The Beginner -A Revelation for the Experienced Available Tin' Herald FOR ONLY 9 Or if you wish copy sent lo send to cover mailing and handling. 'j ;