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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 15, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Jg _ THE LETHBR1DGE HER AID Wedimday, July 15, 1970 Open Sundays Said "Voters' Decision' ALL IN THE FAMILY-Williain (Bill) Stronski of Turin, his daughters Connie, left, and Debbie and three of the Stronski Ranch horses, went home with all the ribbons and trophies Tuesday, following the Appaloosa horse show, part of the annual light horse show held with Whoop-Up Days. The horses this year are being shown prior to the actual Whoop-Up Days week, July 20-25. The three horses, Lady Bartender, ridden by Connie, Joker's Mirage, ridden by Debbie; and Zip's Crop Top, ridden by Mr Stronski, won 15 trophies and 25 ribbons. Each horse was a class grand champion. It was the 6th annual provincial Appaloosa show. conjunctioi days, July 20-25. Major wins for Uie show were copped by horses owned by the William (Bill) Streosfci family of Turin. The Stronski horses' top plac- tags, with the reserve winner, owner and address shown in brackets included: Grand champion performance Mirage, ridden by Debbie Stronski (Lunalta Speckle Warrior, B. Lundy, Grand Champion Stallion Zip's Crop Top, William Stron- Turin (Bed Bye Apache B, J. Wyatt, High Champion Gelding Joker's Mirage, William Stronski, Turin (Peigan Buck, D. Schielke, Champion Mare Lady Bar- class, the horse, owner and address, in that order: Mare and Foal Wyalla Nuena Oudone sum's Renegade, Angle Law- lor, Stirling; Will Ann Raindrop Lady Mirage, William Slronskl, Turin. OCt of Sire Moonshine Martini Moon- shine Mud Moonshine Meow, Walter and Olive Meston, Violet Grove, Al- berta; Patches, James Wyatt, High River. Produce of Dam Oudone's Chinook Sllm's Renegade, Angle Law- lor, Stirling; Cindy Pocahontas, Eric and Deanna Reesor, Walsh, Alberta. Junior Western Pleasure Joker's Mirage, William Stronski, Turin; War- rens Fire Dance, Lee Miller, High River. Open Reining Joker's Mi- rage, William Stronski, Turin; Ma- cleod Boy, Roy O'Suillvan, Fort Ma- _ul.s of 1970 Wyalta Wee Kat, James Wyatt, High River; Sllm's Ren- egade, Angle Lawior, Sliding. English Pepei Pleasure Class Retreat Bill and Valerie Haras, Cranbrook, B.C.; Joker's Mirage, Wil- liam Stronski, Turin. Senior Western Pleasure Zip's Top Crop, William Stronski, Turin; Diamond Bar Lloyd Jensen, Calgary. Open Jump Retreat Feperoo, Valerie and Bill Haras, Cranbrook, B.C. Trail Horse Joker's Mirage, Bill Stronski, Turin; Warren Fire Dance, Lee Miller, High River. Fillies of SAVE TO 60% ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES ALL AT J IIMUTB UFFLER INSTALLATIONS 509 6th Avenue South Phone 328-8134 day. Coronation, Joker's Mir- age, William Stronski, Turin. Matched Fall Decision Seen For Summer Games No decision on tire awarding of the 1973 Canada summer games is expected until this fall. Bin Brawn, city parks and recreation department superin- tendent, says no real indication has been received from the Canadian Amateur Sports Fed- eration on how long after tie City Needs AScreedman? The City of is currently advertising for a screfidman-raker for the pub- lic works department. He must be capable of learning how to operate the screed on the asphalt paver. Screedmen earn an hour, according to the city's personnel office. July 15 deadline for submis- sions it will be before word is received. Mr. Brown said he expects a group from the federation to visit some of the communities making application before final recommendation to Health Minister Joto Munro is made. Mr. Brown also noted there has been seme minor confusion in the city between the 1973 games submission and the Suthem Alberta summer games being held in Pincher Creek in August the two are cot re- lated Cloud, Bob and Esther Lynn, Youngs yard ract Eagle Plume Slepehn Fox, Cardston; Wayalta Patch Blend, James Wyatt, High Riv er. Rope Race Lunalta Spockl Warrior, Ray Lundy, Coronation; Mar jo's Robin, Stephen Fox, Cardston. yard race Wyalta Patch Blend James Wyatt, High River; Eagl Plume, Stephen Fox, Gelding of 1M7 and younger Spotted Squirrel, Eric and Deann Ressor, Box D: Walsh, Alta., Wyal Page Patch, James Wyatt, Hig River. Gelding of and older Joker's Mirage, William Stronsk Turin; Peigan Buck, Donald Schielke Lethnridse. Costume Class Mario' Robin, Stephen Fox, Cardston; Mac leod Boy, Roy O'Suillvan, Fort Mar leod. At least some of the people who intend to submit, a petition against a proposed increase in Sunday entertainment and sports will vote for the bylaw f it goes to a plebiscite, lawyer Briaat Stringam said Wednes- day. Mr. Stringam said most of he people he represents will vote against any relaxation of .he present bylaw, but there are some whose main concern s that the decision be made the voters of the city, rather han just city council. Mr. Stringam represents several groups who are gath- ering names for a petition, to Japanese Dances Sunday The annual Japanese Dance Festival will be held in Nikka Yuko Garden Sunday, July 19 beginning at 7 p.m. Presented by ladies and girls of the Honpa Buddhist Church, performances will take place until 8 p.m. in the prairie garden area east of the pavilion. Most the dances are in the traditional form, but this year the dancers will present, a novelty dance in the Expo 70 theme. Roland. Michener, Governor General of Canada, who will be in Lethbridge to officially open Whoop-Up Days will visit the garden during his stay, but it is not known at this time if it will coincide with the dance festival. Visitors to the festival can attend by paying the usual ad- mission charges to the garden. he submitted before the new deadline of July 23. He said he was not at lib- erty to say at this time what groups he represented, adding there wa- little doubt the nec- essary names would be gathered before the deadline. City council Monday extend- ed the time allowed for peti- tions following a letter from Mr. Stringam saying the pub- lic notice regarding petitions was open to misinterpretation. Fine On Drug Charge An Aspen, Colorado, man Peter Louis Israel, 22, plead- ed guilty in Lsthbridge magis- trate's court this morning to possession of a narcotic, can- nibus resin (residue of mari- juana) and was fined and costs. Israel was picked up July 14 at the Ctoirtts border crossing following a vehicle search in which two coral .pipes were found which contained a sub- stance which appeared to be cannibus resin. Bob Deimulh HARDWARE Eva Deimulh COMPLETE UNE OF WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCES AND GENERAL HARDWARE YOUR NAME FOR OUR GRAND PRIZE DRAW ENTER WESTINGHOUSE COLOR TV DON'T MISS OUR 1 2 PRICE TABLE Lamps Novelties Flashbulbs Frisbees INCLUDING Flower Pots Radios Baby Sitters Etc., Etc. B E HARDWARE 416 13th St. N. Phone 328-3541 or 328-3543 (FORMERLY LYli'S HARDWARE) Student Models Three students experienced as fashion models are avail- able for summer jobs through the Canada Manpower Centre student placement division in Lethbridge. GREEN'S SHOES SUMMER clearance sale LADIES' PUMPS and DRESS SANDALS Including GQID CROSS, IADY EDNA, LA VALUE Reg. values to 15.95 NOW ON SALE AT 20% off ALL SUMMER SANDALS MEN'S SHOES MUST BE CLEARED Including Boys' HUSHPUPPIES io sin ill. T GROUP Reg to 14.95 pr. NOW ONLY 1 GROUP Reg la 25.00 pair NOW ONLY 14 SHORT AND DISCONTINUED LINES OF CHILDREN'S SHOES Reg. to 10.98 pair NOW ONLY...... 1.99 TEENERS' SHOES MUST BE CLEARED Reg. to 12.95 pair NOW ONLY..................... 1 Rack of LADIES' SHOES CELINA, GOLD CROSS, WOOLIES Regular to 25.00 M QQ SPECIAL AT 25% OFF ALL LADIES' PURSES A SPECIAL SELECTION OF "HEEL HUGGERS" AND SELBY "EASY GOERS" Reg. to 26.95 pr. NOW ONLY------ GREEN'S SHOES OPEN THURSDAY UNTIL p.m. ON SIXTH STREET Here's a wonderful opportunity to replenish your wardrobe at fantastic savings. Don't miss this great value event storting Thursday, 9 a.m. Help us celebrate 30 years in business. MEN'S SUITS Assorted styles and patterns Regulars Tails Shorts Single and Double Breasted 49" Reg: 79.50 and 89.50 Reg 100.00 ALL ALTERATIONS EXTRA PLEASE 1 Table of STANFIELD'S AND OTHER MAKES UNDERWEAR Broken sizes and lines. Tops and Bottoms. Reg. 1.00 EACH LIMIT 2 PER CUSTOMER 19' MEN'S SPORT JACKETS 9.95 Broken lines. While they last. Reg; to NOW ONLY SPORT JACKETS 20% MEN'S SLACKS Broken lines. Checks or Plains. Reg. to 10.95. NOW ONLY 99' latest styles, colors and patterns. ANNIVERSARY SALE '0 off MEN'S RAINCOATS 9.95 While they last. Reg. ANNIVERSARY SALE..... MEN'S SHOES Brektn Slzn and Lints WHILE THEY LAST 3.95 NOW ONLY PANTS BY G.W.G. Sizes 32-42 waist. Reg. 8.95. CLEARING AT PRICE NOW ONLY FUR FELT HATS Reg. 8.95. 4.95 NOW MEN'S JACKETS Broktn lines Reg. 10.95. 2-95 1 TABLE MEN'S SPORT Shirts and Turtlenecks Biokcn Only Reg. 1.49 Balance Of ENTIRE STOCK In The Stare At All Sales Cash and Final. No Refunds or Exchanges. 20% 'o OFf BUYRITE MEN'S WEAR 318 5th STREET S. ;