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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta -1 nc LE I npniuuc n Entries in horse show top establishing new fair record A record 529 entries took 14 hours to complete the registered quarter horse show Tuesday at the Lethbridge Ex- hibition Grounds with horses from outside Southern Alberta capturing the majority of the top prizes. Grant McLeod of Sask. exhibited the grand champion stallion title Steel Bare Skip with Floyd and Marina Young of Sherwood Park exhibiting the reserve grand champion Zaniy Zombet. Merv Thoreson of Calgary exhibited the grand champion Fancy while Ken and Carol Custer of Great Montana exhibited the reserve grand champion mare Jag On Leonella. In the gelding John Saint Martin of Edmonton guided Mr. Blueburn 69 to the grand champion title. Theresa Roenisch of Black Diamond exhibited the reserve grand champion gelding. Five riders shared the most wins in individual class com- petition. They Paula Ryerson of Larry Carter of Maruina Hunt of Sherwood Mr. Mr. Thoreson and Mr. Saint all of whom had two victories. Six local riders and mounts managed first place ribbons in individual classes. They Joyce Marsh of Fort Pat and Ed Sparks of James Chipman of Maxine McKenna of Horse Shoe Bar Arena represented by Mrs. Dick Clark of Lethbridge and G. M. Pittman of Barons. Local entries managing se- cond place finishes included Hans Hansma and Sons of A and C Bohomolec of Jean Marsh of Fort Macleod and Rodney Jor- Lethbridge quarter horse show is Alberta's second largest Grand champion steer Bruce Hillmer of the Del Bonita 4-H Club combed his steer in preparation for the show By RIC SWIHART Herald Staff Writer The Lethbridge Registered Quarter Horse Show is the se- cond largest in the partly due to a record 130 entries in the youth section. The youth section of the Honors go to Del Bonita9 Milk River 4-H Club members at district show Del Bon'ta and Milk River club representatives captured the major prizes Tuesday at the 1974 Lethbridge and District 4-H Show in the ex- hibition pavilion Bruce Hillmer exhited the grand champion steer. The animal was judged champion FOX DENTURE CLINIC Esl 1922 PHONE 327-6565 E. S. P. C.D.M. FOX LETHBRIDGE DENTAL LAB 204 MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. of the Del Bonita 4-H Beef Club Monday. Willie Balog was the ex- hibitor of the reserve grand champion steer. The animal was judged champion of the Milk River 4-H Beef Club Monday. Mr. Balog also captured the showmanship title for his club and then defeated 14 other club champions from throughout Southern Alberta on his way to winning the grand champion showmanship title Reserve grand champion showmanship winner was Donna Tokariuk of McNally. Whoop-up Days SALE STARTS TOMORROW See our ad in Thursday's Herald RILEY McCORMICK CENTRE VILLAGE MALL The grand champion group of four steers was won by the Del Bonita led by the Hillmer steer. The Jefferson 4-H Beef in its first year of activi- ty won third place in the Group of Four Steers judging. Champion and reserve champion calves for the 11 clubs judged Tuesday and four judged Monday were entered in the competition for grand champion. They included Park Lake Wendy Zoia Raymond John Linda Lethbridge Northern Kathy Barb Turin Laurie Conrad Vegter. Readymade George Ernie Magrath Debbie Kathy Milk River Willie Lanny Doenz. Wrentham Peggy Daniel McNally Chris Naomi Lethbridge Coaldale Darriel Mary Jefferson Tami Roger Thompson. Champion showmen for the 15 clubs from the south includ- ed Park Lake Peter Ber- nadette Lethbridge Northern Chris Conrad Readymade Diane Debbie Milk River Willie Cindy Donna Lethbridge Coaldale Donna Jim Ed Del Eileen Cam Gary Stanford. Showmanship judge Bernie Powlesland of Del Bonita said the grand champion was dif- ficult to choose. He said alertness to the changes in the cattle during the show and the ability to keep control of the calf while STtrtLiniG SEMI ANNUAL LADIES' SHOE Discounts to on Nurses Clinic shoes and Clarkes ALL HANDBAGS REDUCED STERLING SHOES 320A 6th St. Alberta. Phone 327-3349 in the show ring are two of the mam criteria to meet for the showmanship winner. Council boosts taxes PINCHER CREEK County council Tuesday approved its 1974 boosting the municipal dis- trict's mill rate by 4.5 mills. Residential ratepayers will pay 10.2 mills for the supplementary school levy and 29.3 mills for general county spending. Agricultural land owners will pay the residential levy of 39.5 and the school foundation levy of 30.5 mills. Although they must pay the foundation farmers are again eligible to receive rebates from the provincial government. Streaker not charged Some people will do anything on a dare. A stark naked except for a pair of running walked into Tastee Freeze. 722 23rd St. N Tuesday about a package of cigarettes and left. An employee told Lethbridge police the man didn't say a word. A man who identified himself as Sidney of 608 12th St. A later told police he parked his car in front of the Tastee took off all his clothes and went in and bought some cigarettes. He said he did it on a dare from friends. Mr. Johnson was warned and no charges were police said. Be sure to attend LETHBRIDGE'S WHOOP-UP DAYS July 15-20 Stop in and view our window display anytime during Whoop-Up Days week especially on PARADE DAY July 15th MARQUIS FLOWER SHOP 4th Ave. St. S. Quarter Horse Association of in existence only three is the backbone of quarter horse activity in the said Bob Shea of a senior advisor to the association. And with more than 100 paid up members under 18 years the Alberta youth section is the largest in Canada. Mr. Shea said Hans Hansma of Mel Trotter of Calgary and Ron Coleman of Calgary and himself formed the youth section to promote quarter horses and to give a chance for competition to the young people. He said the young riders m Alberta have been improving especially since the formation of the youth sec- tion. Last two Alberta youth riders who competed in the Lethbridge show were invited to appear at the Youth Quarter Horse Congress in the final riding competition for young people in the United States. not only gained valuable experience but they did very well in the com- he said. George Golden of Edmon- another member of the Alberta said the caliber of riding has improved in most classes at the Lethbridge show. Lethbridge has sponsored a registered quarter horse show for eight years. Mr. Golden said horsemanship in Alberta is the best in mainly because there are so many more competitors in the riding classes in Alberta. He said quarter horse shows in British Columbia and Eastern Canada might have four or five entries in riding classes while in Alberta there might be 20 or 30 in similar classes. Instead of winning prize winning Quarter Horse competitors garner points in each show they enter that go toward a final cham- pionship. They can gain points only in registered shows recognized by the Quarter Horse Association of the Canadian Quarter Horse Association and the American Quarter Horse Association. These points can be directed to a possible championship in either the Canadian or American he said. There are 11 quarter horse shows recognized in Alberta. Certified Dental Mechanic CLIFF BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Lower Level PHONE 327-2822 SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 326-2176 AIR CONDITIONING NOW AVAILABLE tar horns tatti with Dot witir syttMii. CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262-2nd South genson of Lethbridge. In junior class competition which featured a record 130 Laura Custer of Great Falls won the all around per- formance champion trophy. This award was decided by points won by the rider in various classes during the show. The high point junior rider trophy will go to two riders. Paula Ryerson and Burke Perry of Edmonton tied for the award. The senior western pleasure competition was the largest class in the with 44 entries. A John Saint John horse ridden by Brian Turn- bull won the red ribbon in the class and was trailed by A and C Bohomoies which was ridden by Pat Urvant. The exhibitor and rider or handler for first and second place finishes stallions of 1973 Larry A and C stallion of 1972 Grant G. B. stallions of 1970 and older Grant Floyd and Maurina Sherwood Park. Geldings of 1973 Horse Shoe Bar Mrs. Dick Doug and Jacki French of geldings of 1972 Merv Jake Friesen of geldings of 1971 Laverne Hermary of Ed- Jean Marsh of Fort geldings of 1970 or older John Saint Theresa Roenisch of Black Diamond. Filly of 1974 G. M. Pittman of filly of 1973 Robert and Verda Busch of and filly of 1972 Eric and Deanna Reesor of Hans Hansma and Sons of Granum. Mares of 1971 Ken and Carol Custer of Great Jerome Fischer of mare of 1970 or older Merv G. W. Golden Ranches of Edmonton. Produce of dam Pat and Ed Sparks of James Chipman of get of sire Joyce Marsh of Fort youth showmanship at halter Maurina Hunt of Sherwood Roger and Doris Heintz of open trail horse Burke Perry of Roger and Doris Marti Heintz rider. Senior reigning Mary Roger Heintz Eleanor Golden of Suzanne Gauthier junior reining Jerome Morgan Lybbert Theresa Mel Trotter youth western horsemanship Roger and Doris Marti Heintz Ken and Carol Laura Custer rider. Youth western pleasure Maurina Hans Hansma and Paul Hansma western riding Larry Burke Perry. Amateur owner western pleasure Audrey Gillies of Bernie Sharp of Calgary. Senior western pleasure John Saint Brian Turn- bull A and C Pat Urvant rider. Junior western pleasure M. J. Derochie of Winston Hansma Roger and Doris Roger Heintz youth English pleasure Hugh McKenna of Maxine McKenna Ken and Carol Laura Custer amateur owner English pleasure Ron and Dallas Mackie of Dallas Mackie Norma Collins. Open English pleasure Paula Ryerson of Maurina Hunt. Open jumping Serena Berretti of G. W Golden Ranches of Sharon Humford rider. Youth jumping Paula Serena Berretti Action was to continue to- day and Thursday with Quar- ter Palomino and Arabian horses in competition in halter and performance classes. Tax evasion conviction brings men fine BLAIRMORE A Coleman man and his son were fined a combined in Provin- cial Court here Tuesday after they both pleaded guilty to charges under the Income Tax Act Russell and Ralph Mon- talbetti had entered guilty pleas June 25 to seven counts each of filing false income tax returns and one count each of evading payment of taxes. Department of revenue of- ficials told the court the two had failed to pay tax on about through the last part of the 1960s and early '70s. Since being the two have paid more than 000 in back interest and penalties The two owners of Modern Electric in were given until Aug. 24 to pay their fines. BERGMAN'S Floor Coverings SALES AND INSTALLATIONS By DON BERGMAN Open Thursday Evening till 9 p.m. PHONE 2716 12th Ave. S. Salton HOT TRAYS An inditpensible dally aid to keep food hot without drying or further cooking ready for serving hours after prepara- tion. Newly the Salton Hot Tray is a great gift to oneself or others. Priced from Call Housewares 327-5767 DOWNTOWN SERVICE LTD. REGULAR EVENING AUCTION at the WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd Avenue South Thursday July 11th Ttrmi Cull Sila starts p.m. No Raservi Lovely dining room suite with apt. size 6 chairs buffet-China Colonian chesterfield small round table and 2 rollaway large with 55 2 large cupboards with Zenith 2 door good Tappan elec- tric set of wood lawn selection of tele- vision Ib. propane McClary Vega electric ping pong com- plete Hoover spin Toro gas mow- Viking iron lawn 9x12 beige Cooey semi-automatic chrome Scott Atwater 5 h.p. outboard apt. size gas wat- er golf electric fawn weld- ing coffee strol- trailer floor breadbox cannister socket drapes. 1960 OLDSMOBILE Many more lee numerous to Lovely old large oak drawer with beautiful tile top coffee old oM wain 3 glass 16' Ftbreglat 1964 I960 Pontlac. HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 328-470S 1920 2nd AVE. S. LETHBRIDGE TEDNEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Lie. 0102B3.A1 Lie. 012116-458 ;