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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE UTHBRID5E HERMD Wednoiday, July 14, 1971 Granum horse tops in points 345 Quarter Horses for show opener By ItlC SWIHAHT Staff Writer The feature horse, the Quar- ter Horse, 345 strong presented south Alberta with one of the largest shows in Can- ada Tuesday to kick off the four-day Lethbridge Exhibition Light Horse Show at tie exhi- bition grounds. Tony Perlich, director-m- charge of the show, said this is one of the finest groups of horses and riders ever assem- bled. Ideal weather prevailed. There were 75 entrants in the first day activities which in- cluded judging of 17 classes of animals and 17 classes of ac- tive competition with rider and horse. Participants came from Bri- tish Columbia, Alberta, Saskafr chewan and parts of the United States. "I'm most impressed with the increased quality of Uie horses in the show, both local and said Mr. Per- lich. "The general appearance of the rider and the horse has im- proved this year, including the appearance of the dress of the rider and his ability to the rigging of the animals." Classes in the first-day com- petition were filled with as many as 35 entered in any one class. Judge for the events was Thane Lancaster of Files, Ida- ho with assistance from Ring Steward G. W. McElroy of Lelihbridge. The high point quarter horse was exhibited by Hans Hansma of Granum with the champion non-professional ridden horse Casey Tevio owned and ridden by Florence Newburn of Cal- gary. Champion junior rider of the first day was Gerry Hansma of Granum. The grand champion Quarter Horse mare was shown by Hans Hansmia of Granum with A. and C. Bohomalec of Cole- man copping the reserve grand champion colors. The grand champion stallion was shown by Ian McRae of Hardisty with Hans Hansma winning the reserve grand champion. In the gelding competition, Betty Hood of Edmonton exhi- bited the grand champion with Hank Frey of Medicine Ha winning the reserve grand champion Other first, second afld third place winners of the Quarter Horse show were as follows with the name of the class, the horse, owner and address in that order: 21 Young Voyageurs arrive Show results Trail Horse clais Milk River Poco, E. R. Halmrast, Milk River; Bill! Buzz Five, Larry Irvine, Cal- gary; Becky Pat Star, Florence Mew- brun, Calgary. Showmanship at hulter Classy Starlets, D. P. Fletcher, Conrad, Mon- tana; Bobby D'Or, Craig Millar, Ed- monton; Franklie Freddie, 6. w. Golden Construction Ltd. and Eleanor Golden, Edmonton. Western Pleasure Bobby D'Or, Crilg Millar, Edmonton; Hardway Baby, Al and Marilyn Adams, Great Falls; Classy Starleta, D. P. Fletcher, Conrad. English Kathv, Hans Hansma, Granum; Mr. Star Bonanza, Larry Irwln, High River; Classy Starleta, D. P. Fletcher, Con- rad. Pole Bending Lightning Kathv, Hans Hansma, Granum; King Kilo- bar, Hans Hansma, Granum. Kathy Fletcher of Conrad was the Youth Award winner for 1971. On the schedule tor today will the registered Arabian classes, regis- tered Palomino classes, and the Ap- paloosa classes.________________ CLASS OF EASTERN PLEASURE-Hans Hansma aboard Lightning Flyer accepts the trophy from Tony Perlich, director-in-charg- of the Lethbridge Exhibition Light Horse Show Tuesday. Mr. Hansma won several awards in the first of the four-day companion, ot the Lethbridge Exhibition Grounds. Ideal weather conditions are helping to make this show one of the finest. The public is welcome to attend the show in the outdoor show ring. There is no admission charge. fine for driving 100 m.p.h. A Lethbridge man was fined and had his driver's li- cence suspended for two weeks when he pleaded guilty in mag- istrate's court to speeding. Court was told Wayne Ly ons of 408 6th Ave. S. was clocked at 100 m.p.h. as he crossed the western approach bridge over the Oldman River. Lyons' only defence was he did not realize he was driving at such a high rate of speed. in permits Nu-Mode Homes Ltd. has been issued building permits totalling for three semi- detached units in the 500 block of 26th St. N. The public Is welcome to come out to the outdoor show ring to watch the performance of the animals, said Mr. Perlich. There is no admission tor the events. Horse colt of 1971 Unnamed, Gwen Aneca, Lelhbridge; Unnamed, G. M. Pitman, Barons; Unnamed, Roy Dash, Fort Macloed. Stallion of 1969 Welcome Partner, Merv A. Thoreson, Calgary, Eagle Dun Buiz, G. M. Pitman, Barons. Stallion of 1968 Renlg, Jerry and Marie Seitz, Calgary, Winning Xombet, Urban Holman. Ponoka; Pawnee Juan, Gordon Gallup, Calgary. Stallion of 1967 and Hoi 11- day, Ian MacRae, Hardisty; Speedy TInky, Roxanne Degensteln, Fort Mac- teod; Frank King Bug, M. Jean Byam, L-thbridge. Gelding of 1968 R. 0. Dunn, Wai ter Hyssop, Fort Macleod; Speedy's Image, Roxanne Degensteln, Fort Mac- leod; Kavaller Kllobar, Lucy Ross Coaldale. Gelding of 1967 and older Two Jack Two, Betty Hood, Calgary; Re perl's Buck, Hank Frey, Medicine Hat; Bobby D'Or, Craiq Millar, Edmonton. Fily colt of 1971 Unnamed, G, M Pitman, Barons; Stallion, W. L. Mat- lock, Filly of 1970 Fancy Partner, Merv Thoreson, Calgary; LucKy's Chipper, Hans Hansma, Granum; Unnamed, Doreen Wambeke, High River. Mars of 1969 Red Robinetta, Ian MacRae, Hardisty; Kilebob, lan Mac- Rae, Hardisty; TInky's Moonstep, W. D. Wright, Lethbridge. Mare of 1968 Miss Good Baby, Mel Schmidt, Medicine Hat; April Poise, lan MacRae, Hardisty; Lightning Kathy, Hans Hansma, Granum. Mare of 1967 and older Lightning Flyer, Hans Hansma, Granum; Amber Ginn, A and C Bohomolec, Coleman; Togoshima, Betty Hood, Calgary. Brood Mare Lint's Gypsy, Merv Thoreson, Calgary; Cherry Creek Sun- ray, Gabrlelle Lacourse, Coalhurst; Flashy Senlorlta, Gwen Aneca, Leth- bridge. Produce of Dam Jinx's Gypsy Merv Thoreson, Calgary; Red Robin etta, lan MacRae, Hardtsty; Jane Deck, Grant McLeod, Tompktns, Sask Gel-of-SIre Red Bob Lockett, tar MacRae, Hardisty; Page, Merv Thore son, Calgary. Reining Class Rainy Kllebar, la. MacRae, Hardisty; Franklie Freddie G. W. Golden Construction and Eleano Golden, Taber; Lightning Kathy, Han Hansma, Granum. Senior Western Pleasure Casei Tivlo, Florence J. Mewbwrn, Calgary Classy Starleta, D. P. Fletcher, Con rad, Montana; King Kilobar, Han uansma, Granum. Junior Western Pleasure Apr Poise, Ion MacRae, Hardlsty; Light ning Flyer, Hans Hansma, Granum Two Eyed Bing, Gary Coleman, Ca sary. Western Riding Horse Contest Casey Tlvlo, Florence Mewburn, Cfl qary; Ben Kllobar, Hans Hansma Granum; Blue Bun Five, Larry I vine, Calgary. English Pleasure Lightning Fl er, Hans Hansma, Granum; Apr Poise, lan MacRae, Hardisty; Case Tivlo, Florence Mewburn, Calgary. Pole Bending Rupert's Buck, Han Frey, Medicine Hat; Rainy Klloba lan MacRae, Hardisty, Twenty-one high school aged students from Ontario are in this week as part of Canada's Young Voyageurs pro- gram. The program involves ex- change of equal numbers of students each summer, with host cities looking after billet- ing of their young guests. It is sponsored in Lethbridge by East Lethbridge Rotary Club. There are 11 girls and 10 boys on the eight-day city visit, and i they will be hosted by students of the same age throughout then- stay. The Lethbridge stu- dents go on tour later this summer. The visiting escorts are Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Greer, also rom Ontario. Tour's throughout the city and district start today, following official greetings from Leth- bridge Mayor Andy Anderson at city hall this morning. Today's itinerary included a tour to the high level bridge, the Old Man River, the firtt coal mine, Fort Whoop-Up and Indian Battle Park. A picnic in Indian Battle Park, a tour of the downtown area and the Sir Alexander Gait Museum, the Lethbridge Research Station and the Japan- ese Gardens will complete the day. Thursday will be spent tour- ing Water-ton Lakes National Park and taking part in park recreation activities. Friday the students will visit the O.K. Hutterite Colony south of Lethbridge, the Knieht Ranch and Valley Feeders. Dinner will >e with Mayor Anderson. Saturday is a ffee day, but n the evening there will be a ance for the students. Sunday the students will tra- el the'lsgan Pass route into Glacier National Park in Mon- ana. Monday morning the students will attend the Whoop-Up Days >arade, and in the afternoon will tour the new University of I Lake Park and return to Whoor> Lethbridge campus, visit Fort Up Days. _ __j :i_ Macleod and its Northwest Mounted Police museum. Tuesday they attend Whoop- Up Days at the exhibition grounds, picnic in Henderson III Wednesday morning will be free time, and the students de- part in the afternoon, for Ed- monton and then on to On- tario. New freeze unit at poultry plant Lily dale Poultry Sales in Lethbridge is in the process of installing a new quick freeze unit at a cos', of With the installation of the new equipment, Lilydale will Council meets tonight Entries open in garden competition Entires are being accepted in the six classes of the garden competition for the Lethbridge and District Horticultural So- ciety, by Mrs. Larry Dye, 2214 14 Ave. S. or 328-4679. Various categories of the competition include: grounds over 50 feet; grounds 50 feet or less; new grounds; vegetable garden; composite garden, any size lawn, flowers, vegetables and shrubs; unusual garden. All Lethbridge residents are invited to enter. City council meets again to night to clean up leftovers from Monday's session. Among other things, alder- men will consider a proposed residential subdivision agree- ment. The 44-page document spells out the details of any agreement that may be made between the city and private developers. Designed to facilitate west- side development, the agree- ment would give the developer responsibility for providing ser- vices such as water and sew- ers, but under city supervision. A change in the parking lot r.-rangenient at the Holiday Vil- lage (formerly S h o pp ers' World) hotel development may be considered. Developer Batty would like one residentia lot rezoned for parking. Evening bus runs and cits hospitality policy are also on the agenda. have the latest equipment available for a quality and col- or control for frozen fresh poul- try. Some of the qualities of the new equipment include: most rapid freezing of the outer shell of any type freezing; accurate temperature control; uniform freezing by positive conveyor transport through the machine; gentle handling of birds by re- silent discharge conveyor; pos- itive liquid depth control which assures all parts of the bird will be frozen at the same lime; and approval by the Food and Drug Administration for use with food products. Late last year, the British Columbia Broiler Mar k e t i n g 3oard imposed an import restriction which closed this market to Lilydale. The local plant has increas- ed its production each year to meet the sales requirements and to maintain this produc- tion, Lilydale will offer its pro- duction on the Edmonton and Calgary markets. The new freezing equipment will assure the Lethbridge pro- cessed product will compare favorably with any other poul- try product offered on the Al- berta market. Marias Fair The annual Marias Fair In Montana will be held at the Marias Fair Grounds, Shelby, July 22-25 inclusive. SAVE ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS INSTALLATION 10 Mi'NUTI INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT JINUTB lUFFLEfl 509 6th Avenue South I Phone 328-8134 HEY KIDS LOOK! WIN A CARLTON CRITERION! TOURING 10-SPEED BICYCLE Exactly as Shown Above Valued at ABSOLUTELY FREE Just mail your name, address and phone number along with 6 BOTTLE CAPS or MIXED of the following great FANTA DRINK PRODUCTS to Box 5000, lethbridge, Alberta: FANTA ORANGE ROOT BEER IEMON-UME SPRITE TAB GRAPEFRUIT FRESCA GRAPE GINGER ALE Enter as often as you wish See I 6 BIKES 6 DRAWS the bike, displayed at Bert and Mae's I Pint draw will b> July 24th ond overy Cycle Ltd., 3rd Ave. S., lethbridgo. J Be a winner with FANTA ORANGE PURITY BOTTLING (1967) LTD. AUTHORIZED BOTTLERS OF COCA COLA THE SALE YOU'VE WAITED FOR STARTS THURSDAY, JULY 15th, 9 A.M. SHARP CAMM'S GIGANTIC JVLY SHOE SUE! LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN________ TEENAGE CHUNKY HEELS NATIONALLY ADVERTISED JOYCE SHOES TEENAGE CHUNKY HEELS All Colors. All colors. Reg. to Less than 'A price AIR STEP SHOES Short lines. Reg. to A lets than V4 price....... I U SUMMER SANDALS Tan, Beige, While. LOAFERS-TIES-FLATS Moccasins Charlie Brown White, Brown, Beige. Reg. to Lowest Price in Town Reg. to Lowest Price in Town FAMOUS LISA DEBS Short lines and discontinued patterns. Reg. to lowest Price ever BALANCE OF ENTIRE STOCK OF SLATER AND GOLDEN PHEASANT DRESS PUMPS All colors including Black and TEE KAYS KEDDETTS CORDS Denims Hot Potatoes early for only Reg. to Now 14 Price ONE TABLE! MEN'S SHOES Casuals Hush Puppies Dress Shoes One Prite CHILDREN'S SHOES Reg. to lowest Price M ever on sale...........Pair "T ONE TABLEI LITTLE HEELS Pink, Bone, Yellow, Blue. j Reg. Give away price------ Open Thursday and Friday till 9 p.m. CHARGE? 403 5th Street South CAMM'S SHOES ;