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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 11, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Three men are charged A Lethbndge man and two Saskatchewan men have been charged with break and enter with intent to steal following a break-in at a city resident's garage early this morning. Lethbndge police said they were called to a city resident's garage about 2 a.m. after a person reported seeing suspicious persons around the garage. Three men were arrested later Nothing was taken from the garage. Charged Edward of 1237 Glacjer Vincent and Brent both of Central Sask. They will appear in provincial court today. Shot fired into house A bullet was fired into a Lethbridge home Wednesday night No one was injured and city police suspect it was fired from a passing car Mac 2302 10th Ave S told police he and his wife were sitting in their living room about 10.10 p m. when they heard what sounded like a shot Upon further checking the Andersons discovered a hole in their screen door and a hole in their living room wall Police were called and from the angle the bullet entered the wall they suspect it was fired from a passing car. Mr. Anderson told police a car passed his house about the time they heard the shot Police were unable to recover the bullet as it fell between walls. from the size of the hole m the wall police suspect the bullet was fired from a 22-cahbre rifle Packer bound Kathy exhibitor of the champion calf in the fair this watches her pet head up a loading chute on its way to a processing plant. Kathy received 59 cents a pound for her the result of months of caring and grooming. Record price of per pound paid this year for 4-H beef steer Pre-Whoop-Up Days Ceramic Jardinieres Can also be used for cooking. CASH AND CARRY1 3 50 FRACHES FLOWER SHOP 322 6th Street S. 327-5747 By RIC SWIHART Herald Staff Writer A new price record was set Wednesday at the Lethbndge and District 4-H Sale when Simmental Breeders of Cardston Ltd paid a pound for the grand champion steer exhibited by Bruce Hillmer of the Del Boruta club Perlich Bros Auction Market of Lethbridge set another record when it paid 32 per pound for the reserve grand champion steer exhibited by Willie Balog of Milk River Buyers paid for 321 head of 4-H calves offered for sale from 15 clubs in Southern Alberta. The average weight for the cattle was pounds at a price of 82 per hundredweight. Following the sale of the top two club champions from the other 13 clubs were sold. Kathy Hormoth's Lethbndge Northern club champion and Tami Nay's Jefferson club champion brought the most money in this category 59 cents a pound Miss Hormoth's calf was bought by Butte Feeds of Picture Butte while Simmental Breeders Cardston Ltd. bought Miss Nay's calf. Other club the buyer and the price include Larry West of Fort Macleod Auction 58 cents a Holly Doenz of Woodward Stores of 56 cents a Wendy Wilson of Park Province Livestock Ltd. of 55 cents a pound. John Kearns of Simmental Breeders Cardston 57 cents a Allan Charlesworth of Butte 55 cents a Laurie Hoi the of Butte 55 cents a George Lohues of Woodward 56 cents a Debbie Hillmer of Lethbridge 56 cents a pound. Peggy Hirshe of Perlich Bros. Auction Livestock events finished at fair but focus continues on farm life The livestock competition has been removed but agriculture continues to play an important part of the Lethbridge and District Whoop-Up Days celebrations. Set for the Lethbridge Exhibition Grounds July 15 to UNIRWAL ZETA Mileage Guaranteed Tires ZETA iM RADIAL Ironclad Guarantee ilmli MILES MORE HAZARD MORE CAR MORE AND YOU ACTUALLY SAVE MONEY ON GAS. the agricultural portion ranges from machinery displays and cooking competitions to sheep and swine promotion and a men's barbecue cooking test. Taste of is the theme of this year's homemakers sponsored by the Southern Alberta district home economists and the competition committee members. Leona assistant manager of the exhibition said the competition will be staged in the Whoop-Up Pavilion. She said all Alberta products will be featured. Residents of Southern Alberta are invited to submit any one of several prepared dishes during the week featuring a different segment of 'flRT STUDIO ON FICTW OVENUE And to be extra sure of safety let our Service Department give you a Safety Check BRAKES SHOCKS BALANCE ALIGNMENT All work it performed by experts to sssure complete safety and satisfaction. ART GALLERY ARTISTIC PICTURE FRAMING agricultural production each day Recipes using rapeseed oil will be featured Tuesday. Chiffon old fashioned doughnuts with chocolate and baking powder bisquits are examples of fare eligible for the competition. cooking with honey will be featured. Cooks can submit any food item from an original honey date bread or lemon loaf. vegetables are featured. carrot cake with creamed cheese icing and home canned goods can be entered. cereals will be featured. Oatmeal muffins and deserts will be eligible for judging. In this all food entered will be donated to senior citizen homes in the area. Ribbons will be awarded to the winners. Saturday men will be invited to cook something on a barbecue. The Whoop-U p Compound is again set aside for agriculture this year. Officials from the Lethbridge Research Station have examples of crops grown in Southern Alberta planted in the compound on the south side. On the north the kiddies zoo will be located. Every type of farm animal will be on display. A pony ride will be available for children The compound is open from noon to 10 p.m. daily. Antique Ag located on Grandstand where the midway was last will feature working machines from the past. such as a steam grain separator and Rumley tractor will be in operation. Much of the antique equipment comes from Calgary and throughout Southern Alberta. Nine local implement dealers will also display various types of modern machinery. Also in the Whoop-Up Pavilion will be a swine and poultry display. The Southern Alberta Poultry Council will again show their chick midway and incubator to allow the children see which comes first the chicken or the egg 52 cents a Chris Sugimoto of Fort Macleod Auction 54 cents a and Darrel Harris of Lethbridge- L-Mart Stores 53Vz cents a pound Bob one of the auctioneers at the said the sale results were excellent considering the lack of optimism in the industry and the large number of calves in the sale It was even better considering the lack of facilities in Lethbndge to kill and process the calves once they were said Mr Balog. The sale was held only after organizers arranged for Canadian Dressed Meats Ltd City- Packers and Lethbridge Lockers and Seafoods to fill the void left by the closure of Lethbndge's two main meat packing plants Swift Canadian Company Ltd. and Canada Packers Ltd. Jewels are taken A jewel box and about in cash were reported taken from a city residence between Sunday and Tuesday after someone gamed entrance to the house through a milk police were told Tuesday. Mrs. L. 1702 14th Ave. N reported the break- in. She said someone also broke the garage door when they took a motorcycle in the garage for a ride and returned it Mrs Howey told police she was on holidays when the break in occurred Dmitil MccMnlc CLIFF BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDfi. Loww PHONE 327-2622 710 5 AVE S CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE OR USE YOUR CHARGEX KIRK'S LETHBRIDGE TABER CALGARY 16213rd AVI. S. 620150th Aw. 1210 45lh An. N.E. PIMM 327-5985 223-3441 276-5344 TIRE SALES LTD. HEINO DEEKEN Manner FOX DENTURE CLINIC 1922 I. S. P. C.D.M. FOX LETHIMNE DENTAL LAI 204 MEDICAL OINTAL BtOO. ASTRO REALTY INSURANCE LTD. HAS Residential Building Lots For Sale Call any Astro Realtor 328-7748 COMPUTER ACCOUNTING AND MANAGEMENT LTD. Data Processing Services 201 CANADA TRUST BUILDING TELEPHONE 32i-7883 Your Business Associates Will Be Staying At The B.C. Color TV DD Tolophonot See You There' lUMm 423-4438 Local entries top show awards Twelve Lethbridge horsemen topped the field of 288 entries in the first of the two-day Lethbridge Exhibition light horse show at the exhibition grounds Wednesday. Riders and horses competed in 27 classes featuring Appaloosa and thoroughbred animals. Lori Parsons and Tracey Erickson were the only local riders to win two classes. The same feat was accomplished by Paula Ryerson of Edmonton and the McLean Family of Alberta. Among events opening day of the light horse show was the introduction of the Charles Van Home memorial travelling trophy sponsored by family and friends of Mr. Van Home and members of the Whoop-Up Saddle Club. It was presented to Darrell Hughson of winner of the feature class of the senior reining. Light horse show committee chairman Tony Perlich said the memorial a work of bronze for display and a plaque for the was struck to commemorate more than 25 years of active work and participation in the light horse show by Mr. Van Home Following a moment of silence in memory of Mr Van who died this Ross Van Home of Lethbridge and Leslie Caldwell of Red two of the Van Home presented the trophy to the winner In other C M Shaw of Edmonton won the high point palomino award and the Spiller Golden Blondie memorial trophy donated by Art Batty of Lethbndge The final day of the scheduled to start at 8 a.m includes riding competitions in trail ladies side English and western pleasure In Wednesday s competition classes first and second place winners and riders or handlers who are not owners included purebred and part Arabian mare and gelding Ti Lor Arabians Lori Parsons of Lethbridge rider Lorraine Hill of Lethbndge Palomino filly and gelding two years and older Lana Eisenbarth of Lethbridge C M Shaw of Edmonton R R Gibbon handler best colored palomino CM Shaw R R Gibbon handler Beatrice Vikedel of Brooks mare or gelding two years and older Diana Robertson of Calgary Vivican Goodrich of Lethbridge Thoroughbred mai e and gelding two years and older Ken Buxton of Lethbridge. George Brown of Forl Macleod Appaloosa mare and gelding two years and older Jean and Percv Byom of Lethbridge Tom Bvom handler Javne Schmidt of Magrath Appaloosa stallion two vears and older Hans Schultz of Coaldale halter class bov or girl 14 to 18 vears and horse more than 14 2 hands high Paula Rverson of Edmonton Mdurmd Hunt of Sheiwood Park halter class boy or girl II to 14 years and 14 2 hands or less Joe Pavan ol Lethbndge handled bv Joan Pa van Marv McCaughertv of 1 ethbndge handled Knsti Halter class or girl under 11 vears Tracev Erickson of Lethbndge handled bv Erickson of Lethbndge pinto open performance Vivian Goodrich. Rox- anne Degenstem of Fort Macleod palomino open performance CM Shaw handled bv R R Gibbon Brian Ball of Lethbndge Appaloosa western pleasure Maxine MtKenna ol Lethbridge George Brown Arabian uestein pleasure Roberta Thompvm ol Lethbndge handled bv Bobbie Thompson Teresa Senuhuk ul Edmonton open senior coslume Dixie Grav of Lethbndge Jojnnt Perlich ol Lethbndge bari'b.itk riding bov or girl under 11 vears Tracev Erickson INorman ol Lelhbndge Bareback riding bov or girl 11 M vears Ron and Dallas Mac Me ot kimberlev B C handled Jamie Mackie Ranchland Recreation Lid ol Lethbndge handled Calhv Barlletl senior western pleasure 18 or older John Saint John of Edmonton handled bv Brian Turnbull Audrt'v Gillies of Fernie B C senior reining Darrell Hughson ol l-oremost Brian Ball Junior reining bov or girl undur 18 vears Pam McDougall ol Chervl Gillies 01 Fernie open njaUhi'd pairs Rov McLean of Pekisko handled bv Rov and tenure MtLf'jn Joanne Pcrlidi handled Joanne Perluh and Walter Ijmilv class three or more members lamilv to ride Rov McLean lamilv Gordon Ball famih ol Lethbndge Hall centun rider born 1924 Waller Hvssop of Tori Madeod Vivian Goodrich Arabian-English pleasure Chinook Lqueslrun ol Lethbndge handled hv Siv Smilhson Ti Lor Arabians handled bv Lori Parsons Senioi English Hark Ti Lor Arabians handled bi Lori PaP-ons 0 W Golden Ranches ol Kdmtmlon handled bv Sharon Humlord senior jumping G W dolden Ranches handled hv Shaion llumlord dwen Aneca ol Lethbridge junior jumping rider under 18 vears I'aula Hvc'ison Joe Pavan handled bv Joan I'avan Former Lethbridge man named squadron chief A former Lethbridge resident and 1949 Lethbridge Collegiate Institute valedictorian is the new commander of the Air Defence Command and NORAD complex at North Ontario. Lt -Col Ed will command the of the Air Defence the 414 Black Knight at North Bay. The 414 plays the of the Canadian Forces and NORAD by North America then using electronic devices to confuse radar and avoid detection BERGMAN'S Floor Coverings SALES AMD INSTALLATIONS By DON BERGMAN Open Thursday Evening till 9 p.m. PHONE 378-0372 2716 12th S SPECIAL 15oz. THERMOS BOTTLE Regular SPECIAL ONLY -449 Call Housewares 327-5767 DOWNTOWN Saturday DINE DANCE THIS WEEK FEATURING THE ODDFELLOWS WEST WINDS DINING ROOM 800101200pm NO COVER Cl IAHOL ______ Phone L'd-7756 tof i lueervabons FAMILY BAY SUNDAY BRUNCH 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. FAMILY DINING 12 p.m. to 10 p.m. MENU IN THE OLD TRADITION OF WESTERN HOSPITALITY Sven Ericksens ;