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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 LETHBRIDQE HERALD July 1974 District show competition made it one of region's best High class competition and a record 380 entries in the se- cond day of the Lethbridge all breed light horse show Thurs- day made judging a difficult according to the man who chose the winners Eugene of Glen- a horse show judge for several said the competition was brisk and difficult to judge in every event Mr Pedersen has decided winners at horse shows in North Dakota and and competitors and their mounts are right up there at the he said Annette the show's committee said this years' show was one of the best yet quality of the horses and the talent of the riders is getting better every she said The highlight of the final day for the light horse show was the awarding of two memorial trophies The winner of the Roxy Memorial trophy was Pam McDougall of riding Fhcka The Susie Q memorial trophy went to Brian Turn- of Edmonton riding Mr Blueburn 69 In the classes the winners were based on accumulated points during the two days of competition In the list of class winners all entries are stray beasties get pound The city's stray canines and felines are hi neu ters with the opening of the new animal shelter The animal shelter has replaced the temporary pound in the old fire hall at the Exhibition used since last fall when the river valley pound was demolished to make way for me 6ih Avenue S crossing Located just outside city limits at 13th Street and 26th Avenue N the new pound has 18 separate each with its own outside run About 40 dogs and cats can be accommodated in the separate pens PHARMACY FACTS from O.C.STUBBS It's something we all want m this modern world of isn't it And is always what we want to offer you here in our prescription department On the other we also have one responsibility to you which supercedes even fast and this is accuracy in the filling of your prescription The fact that you assume our service is accurate is deeply- but we need and have to take the time which careful dis- pensing always demands You here in our pharmacy we have two definite goals we're always striving to give you fast service right along with our pro- fessional accuracy STUBBS PHARMACY LTD. Open daily a.m. to p.m. Sundays and Holidays 12 noon to p.m. from Lethbridge unless otherwise specified Junior trail boy or girl under 18 years Pam McDougall of Calgary on owner William rider Wendy Nugent on Isle Moon Senior trail norse owner John St. Martin of Edmonton and rider Brian Turnbull on Mr Blueburn owner Bob Echhn og Gragg Creek riding Cotton Eyed Siz Stock seat boy or girl under 11 years owner Cindy Hillmer of Magrath riding owner Ron and Dallas Mackie of B C rider Mike Mackie on Dolly Stock seat boy or girl 11 years but not 14 years owner Mrs Mel McCaugherty and rider Kristi McCaugherty on Tex's Bay owner rider Penny Watt of Balzac on Chumo Stock seat boy or girl 14 years but not 18 years owner rider Paula Ryerson of Edmonton on Bow Knot owner rider Maunna Hunt of Sherwood Park on Dip Cash Ladies side saddle owner Brian Ball and rider Bonnie Ball on Mr Tonto owner rider Joanne Perlich on Lorell Red Junior English boy or girl under 18 horse 12.2 and over owner- rider Paula Ryerson of Ed- monton on Bow Knot owner Sunny Glen Farms of Vulcan rider Sandy Rebalkin on Bandalaro. English boy or girl 14 years but not 18 owner rider Paula Ryerson of Edmonton on Bow Knot owner rider Arden Schlosser of Edmonton on Charge Five. English boy or girl under 14 years owner Southland rider Susan Day on Southern owner Mrs M H rider Kristi McCaugherty on Cheroki boy or girl under 11 Pony 12 2 and under owner Ron and Dallas Mackie of rider Mike Mackie on owner Roy R McLean of rider Timothy McLean on Quorn Willow Twiga. boy or girl under 14 Pony 14.2 and under owner Sunny Glen of rider Natalie Rebalkin on Kel Mrs. M. H rider Kristi McCaugherty on Cheroki Junior western boy or girl under horse 12 2 and over owner rider Paula Ryerson of Edmonton on Bow Knot owner Mrs. M H rider Kristi McCaugherty on' Tex's Bay Lad Ladies barrel racing owner rider Cindy Atcheson of on owner D Knox of rider Muffy Knox on Ferah. Junior harness owner Joanne rider David Perlich on Quorn Yellow owner rider Loreen Nishikawa of on Jose Junior musical boy or girl under 18 owner-rider Marilyn on Solar owner rider Max- me McKenna on Lil Injun Junior ride and boy or girl under 14 owner rider Carol Lynn Kandsaeme on owner rider Renee Barton on Biscuit Junior barrel amateur boy or girl under 18 owner Carl Wilson of Nan- rider Dawn Wilson on Altai owner Mrs. M H rider Kristi McCaugherty on Tex's Bay Lad Junior pole boy or girl under 18 owner rider Pam McDougall of Calgary on owner Chuch Thomp- Fort rider Tnna Thompson on Prince Senior pole bending owner rider Jayne Schmidt of on owner rider Viki B C on Koa Cees Flirt Rescue juniors under 18 years in teams of two owner rider Mary Ann Hand- saeme on owner Mrs M H rider Kristi McCaugherty on Tex's Bay Lad Equestrian beauty Golden owned by Sandra Nishikawa of stood as though on parade at the Lethbridge All Breed Light Horse Show at the exhibition grounds Thursday. Adding a little flare to the show is the neat hairdo on her mane. After going to all that one might think a shave would be in order also. Counsellor is helping problem drinkers back New pound A man checked the new where stray dogs and cats are taken to await death or to be claimed. The Alberta Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Commission's new counsellor at the Lethbridge Correctional Institution doesn't plan to give up on people who can't lick their drinking problems Says Harold don't give up on people just because they don't make it the first time I feel they need more help than those people who can make it the first time One of his objectives is to reduce the number of at the those who keep returning for alcohol-related offences Mr a former process operator at Shell Canada's plant in Pmcher says he likes working with people who have alcohol problems He is AADAC's first full- time counsellor at the jail. He was appointed after the AADAC saw full time counsellors were successful at the other jails. He had 57 requests for personal counselling in his first he is some indication of how busy his new job is keeping him Mr Quigley gives personal counselling on request and also has group therapy sessions at the jail He works closely with the jail social worker and school teacher in a team approach to rehabilitating prisoners with alcohol problems. About 70 per cent of the inmates at the jail are there for alcohol and drug related offences some for both there are more alcohol than drug related Mr Quigley says Trio fined for HAROLD QUIGLEY Vegetable new plant included on tour By RIC SWIHART Herald Staff Writer TABER One of Southern Alberta's premier vegetable farms and a farmer owned vegetable storage facility highlighted a tour Thursday of the Great Plains Section of the American Society for Hor- ticulture Science Following visits to horticultural industries in Medicine Hat and the members stopped at Diamond S Produce in Taber to see vegetable storage facilties and then toured part of the irrigation farm owned by Ed Shimbashi of Barnwell Mr. Shimbashi is growing acres of 314 acres of sugar 55 acres of onions and 20 acres of sweet corn. Another acres of irrigated land is producing grains and hay Mr Shimbashi told society members he built Dia- mond S Produce to supply specially conditioned potatoes to the Old Dutch Potato Co. when the firm ex- panded into Southern A'berta Old Dutch now owns a potato chip factory at Brooks and recently bought an existing plant in Taber Diamond S Produce consists of two bins and six 500-ton bins for potato storage and conditioning and one bin for curing onions Another part of the plant is being renovated to ac- commodate new equipment which will allow the firm to sell peeled potatoes Mr. Shimbashi said the peeled potatoes will be sold to potato chipping companies and frozen french fry potato manufacturers. Once the potato peeling plant is in it will help to cut losses from bruised said Mr Shim- bashi Once the bad part is cut the good part can be cut into chips or fries The peels are taken off in anacid bath He said the peeled potatoes will likely be sold in five and 10-pound bags on a limited basis in retail stores and will also be sold to restaurants. To maintain the appearance of the peeled they can be dipped in an anti-oxidant solution such as citric acid or vacuum-sealed to remove the air from the bag Discoloration of peeled potatoes results from the ac- tion ot oxygen on the potato He explained the storage aspect of Diamond S Produce will help keep potatoes good longer Hydro- cooled bins hold the product at a temperature of about 45 to 50 degrees and a humidity of 90 to 100 per cent The tour then moved to a part of the Shimbashi farm which has acres of land under irrigation in one parcel. The tour members were able to see onions and sugar beets growing. Mr. Shimbashi said to irrigate the acres of requires 32 side-roll irrigation six Vi- mile hand-set systems and a new centre-pivot irriga- tion system Power sources to pump water come from natural diesel fuel and electricity A Lethbridge man and two Saskatchewan men charged with breaking and entering with intent to steal were each fined in provincial court Thursday Court was told Edward 1237 Glacier Drive. Vincent and Brent both from Central Sask were apprehend- ed after a Lethbridge garage had been entered In a statement given to city which was read in Brent Munroe said the men's car ran out of gas so they brcke into a garage to.try and siphon some gas Fishing still slow The lands and forests department reports poor fishing for Lethbridge and area anglers. success and low is how Gerald Roth CITY OF LETHBHIDQE HEALTH UNIT DENTAL SERVICE is available to all pre- Clty during the months A free dental service school children of the of July and August. Appointments for topical application of fluorides may be made by phoning the Health Unit office at 327-2166. DR. A. A. BYRNE. MEDICAL OFFICER OF HEALTH of lands and forests describes the scarcity of fish. But some waters are yielding an take. Beaver Mines and Dutch Creek near Pmcher cutthroat Little Beaver Police Mami rainbow Yellow Lakes near and Heninger's Married men made competent but could not qualify for Mounties Foremost trout and rainbow The RCMP failed to hire great of very compe- tent men over the years because of its refusal to .accept married men into its a former RCMP staff sergeant claims. Bob now a law en- forcement instructor at Lethbridge Community made the statement when asked about an- nouncements that the RCMP will accept applications from women and married men. He believes the change in policy will provide the RCMP with a broader base from which to recruit and must be considered to be a very progressive he said. some time now young women have wanted to be in- volved in police work but the field has been so limited with only a handful of girls beiig accepted by municipal police that many girls had to made a second career choice. MIKE HANZEL Extra wear For Every Pair 371-7th StrMt South FOX DENTURE CLINIC Est 1922 PHONE 327-MM E. 9. C.D.M. FOX LETHBMD8E DENTAL LAI 204 MEDICAL DENTAL BLOQ. AKROYD'S HEATING AND OASFITTINa Special retee for aenlor cmiam Inalallatlont Phone 328-21M Certified Denial Mechanic CLIFF BLACK DENTAL LAB MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Lower Laval PHONE 327-2122 INSURANCE HME-MKMESS I rt II We Can Sava You Monay SEE US 9OONI 706 3rd. Ava. S. Phone 327-2793 SPECIAL Mayfair Wear Ever 2-Piece COOKWARE Consisting ol 1 and 2 quart 5 quart Dutch 10' open fry pan Finish won't Chip or Colors Burgundy Spanish Gold of Avacado Regular 49.95 M88 Call 327-5767 DOWNTOWN NEW 1974 VW USED CARS 1969 Plymouth Fury V8 p s p b only miles One Owner car. 1973 Camper Deluxe miles One year new car warranty left. 1971 Cougar XR-7 Completely equipped One miles. 1971 Plymouth Cricket Good clean unit A. RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. VOLKSWAGEN PORSCHE AUDI Sales 3rd Ave. and 14th St. S. ;