Internet Payments

Secure & Reliable

Your data is encrypted and secure with us.
Godaddyseal image
VeraSafe Security Seal

Lethbridge Herald Newspaper Archives

- Page 10

Join us for 7 days to view your results

Enter your details to get started

or Login

What will you discover?

  • 108,666,265 Obituaries
  • 86,129,063 Archives
  • Birth & Marriages
  • Arrests & legal notices
  • And so much more
Issue Date:
Pages Available: 18

Search All United States newspapers

Research your ancestors and family tree, historical events, famous people and so much more!

Browse U.S. Newspaper Archives


Select the state you are looking for from the map or the list below

OCR Text

Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THS UETHBRIDGt HERALD Thursday, July 16, 1970 Good Weather Forecast For Fair The Whoop-Up Days fore- cast, provided by an orbiting weather satellite, is for above- normal temperatures and no rain. Normal temperatures for this time of year, according to the weather office, are about 80 degrees during the day with overnight lows in the 50 degree range. Daytime readings dur- ing the fair should be in the 90 and 95 degree range. The forecast is for the per- iod from July 18 to 22. The weather picture for the remain- der of Whoop-Up Days should be available in a few days. South Grads At Olds The Alberta Agricultural and Vocational College at Olds held graduation exercises recently for about 150 students. Students from southern Alberta who graduated were: Kenneth Shlge- mi, Vauxhall; William Drew, Vaux- hall; Cheryl Williams, Arrowood; James Alcock, Fort Macleod; Roy An- drokovich, Lethbridge; Wayne Kiffiak, Plncher Creek; Larry Boulton, Leth- brfdge; Robert Fptlls, Raymond; Rich- ard Orsten, Lethbridge; Gordon Til- lack, Raymond; Cyril Johnson, Barnwell; JamfiS Leeds, Claresholm; James Borthwlck, Claresholm; Mario Griffin, Champion; Doran Templeton, Lelhbrldge; Ran- dolph Vos, Burdelt; Harold Andrews, Parkland; Richard Berrlnger, Claresholm; Earl Dunn, Turin, Wilfred Toone, Claresholm; Nancy Becker, Plncher Creek; Kath- arine Yewchuk, Brooks; Lynda Ash- mead, Bassano; Patricia Richardson, Vulcan; Betty Warren, Champion. FRENCH TEACHERS Three experienced French teachers are available for sum- mer jobs through the Canada Manpower Centre student placement division in Leth- bridge. SHOPPING CENTRE PRQGRESSES-The new Centre Village Shopping Centre should be ready for its official opening early in October, according to a spokesman for Marathon Realty Co. Ltd. All work in the mall area is on schedule. Construction of the supermarket got under way about a month ago and the steelwork should start soon. The floor and lighting fixtures for the Simpsons-Sears storo are work is going ahead on other fixtures and racks. The project is now under the genera! super- vision of M. J. Field, general manager of Marathon's prairie division, who recently took over from Fred Jaramchuk; Shown, from top to bottom, are the outside mall area, the Simpsons-Sears store exterior and the interior of the same store. Winnings Shared At Quarter Horse Show There was no monopoly on the winnings at Wednesday's registered Quarter Horse show at the exhibition grounds. The four top prizes were shared by four different horses and four owners. Wednesday was the second COME DOWNTOWN EACH HORNING OF WHOOP-UP DAYS JULY 20th-25th IT ALL HAPPENS DOWNTOWN JULY 20th-25th COURTESY LETHBRIDGE DOWNTOWN BUSINESSMEN'S ASSOCIATION day of the light horse show being held in conjunction with Whoop-Dp Days. The horses are being shown this week be- fore the fail-, because of lack of accommodation for both light horses and race horses which will be in for racing during Whoop-Up Days, July 20-25. Jim Hardy, owned by Abe Vollmer of Calgary, was named high point Quarter Horse. The grand champion mare awand was given to 'Oarena Lochinvar, owned by Leland Meier, of Kindersley, Sask. and reserve to Koko Kil- lebar, owned by Don .Postle- thwaite, Calgary. Grand champion and re- serve champion gelding were given to Perm's Leo Bar and Franklie Freddie, owned by Hans Hansma, Granum, and Eleanor' Golden, Edmonton. A horse owned by Neil Cun- nington, Porioka, Zanty Zom- bet, was awarded grand cham- pion stallion. Battle River, owned by S. M. MacRae, Hardisty was given reserve stallion championship. Other first, second and third place winners of the show were as follows, with the name of the class, the horse, owner and address: All sessions of the light horse show are open to the public. There is no admission charge. The show is in the outside show ring at the ex- hibition grounds. Today's show began at 1 p.m. Friday's show starts at 9 a.m. Horse colt ol unnamed, Jj. M. Pillman, Barons; Unnamed, Wil- liam Stronski, Turin; Name pending, Perlich Bros., Lelhbrldge. Stallion of Unnamed, G. M. Pittman, Barons; Jag on Sunday, S. M. MacRae, Hardisty, snipper Ouch, Dsrrell Hugnson, Fore.-iost. Slalhon ol I9i8 Zanly Zomhet, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Cunrilr.gton, Pcnoka; Winning ZomSef, U. Holman and N. Cunning- Ion, Ponoka; Leg Bar Jack, Edna LaRose, Lethbridge. Stallion of 1957 Poco B Cat, W. Hutlon, Fort Macleod. Stallion of 1966 and older Battle River, S. M- MacRae, Hardisty; D'Arcy's Oloe, J. F. D'Arcy, Okotoks; Kilo Bar Wasp, H. Art Frlesen, Vaux- hall. Gelding of Unnamed, Sieve Miller Jr., Coaldale; Name pending, W. D. Wright; Hollywood Hancock, E. and D. Reeser, Walsh. Gelding of 1968 Shyster Bar, Ben Sultz, Medi- cine Hat; Ro Dun, W. Hyssop, Fort Macleod; Tex's Day Lad, R. Degen- stein, Fort Macleod. Gelding of Two Eyed Badser, Horse Show Bar Arena and Marlin Adams, Lethbridge; Page, Hank Frey, Medicine Hal; Penn's 'Lucky Bar, Hans Hansma, Granum. Gelding of 1964 and older Pcnn's Leo Bar, Hans Hansma, Granum; Franklie Freddy, Eleanor Golden, Ed- monton; Rupert's Buck, Hank Frey, Medicine Hat. Filly Celt ol 1J70 Un- named, Horse Show Bar Arena and Merlin Adams, Lethbridge; Unnamed, Horse Show Bar Arena and Merlin Adams, Lethbridge; Unnamed, Gwen Murray, Raymond. Filly Colt Kitebob, S. M. MacRae, Hardisty; Un- named, Horss Show Bar Arena and Merlin Adams, Lethbridge; Too Lucy, Horse Show Bar Arena and Merlin Adams, Lethbridge. Mare of 19M April Poise, S. M. MacRae, Hardisty; Flick San, Barry Rudd, Gull Lake, Sask.; Our Skipper Lady, D. Hughson, Foremost. Mart of 1967 Carena Lochlnvar, L. Meier, Kindersley, Sask.; Koko Kllebar, D. Postlethwalte, Calgary; April Luck, Mel Schmidt, Medicine Hat. Mare of 1966 and elder Until, T. Brantner, Wrentham; Freckles .Queen, c. St.. Cyr, Swift Current, Sask.; Miss North Bay, Chuck Pries, Coaldale. Brood Mara Miss Thomlson, Per- lich Lethbridge; Super Tut, William Stronski, Turin; Lily Van Dalen, W. D. Wright, Lethbridge. Produce of Dam April Poise and Jill's Poise, S. M. MacRae, Hardisty; Tinks Moon Step and Unnamed, W. Wrlqht, Lelhbrldge; Miss Thomlson, Perilch Bros., Lethbridge. Get of Sire April Poise and Killebob and Carena Lochlnvar, S. M. MacRae, Hardisty. Relnlnj Franklie Freddy, Eleanor Golden, Edmonton; Mr, Jim Hardy, Abe Vollmer, Calgary; Jet Corder, C. Van Home, Lethbridge. Western Sugar Bart star, J. F. D'Arcy, Okotoks; Franklie Fred- dy, Eleanor Golden, Edmon ton; D'Arcv's otoe, J. F. D'Arcy, Okotoks. Western Riding Hene Conttit Sugar Bart Star, J. F. D'Arcy, Oko- toks, Mr. Jim Hardy, Abe Vollmtr, Calgary; Franklie Freddy, E. Golden, Edmonton. Open English Pleasure Jet Corder, Charles Van Home, Leth. bridge; Gay Sweet Kalhy, Hans Hans- ma, Granum; Sugar Bart Star, J. F. D'Arcy, Okotoks. Pole Bending Flashy One, Pat and Eddy Sparks, Taber; Holly Fair, Stolen Gun Possession Brings Fine A Winnipeg man, Dalon James McKinnon, was sen- tenced to 60 days in jail when he pleaded guilty in magistrate' court in Lethbridge to haying possession of a stolen revolver. McKinnon received a four month sentence on July 6 after pleading -guilty to three other charges of having stolen prop- erty in his possession. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg, 328-4095 NOTICE On July 27, 1970, the Council of the City of tethbridge pass By-law No. 2897, being a bylaw to regulate hedges, triei, fencn, or other objects on private property adjacent to Intersections in the City of lethbridge. Interested persons may inspect a copy of the proposed by-law at the office of the City Clerk during normal working hours, and may moke written submissions, for or against the proposed by-law, to the City Clerk not later than Noon on Friday, July 24, 1970. KEN A. SEAMAN, Acting City Clerk. Hans Srnnum; Clmofa Deuce, Ken Smlfh, Lethbridge. Tral Horjt Clais Mr. Jim Hardy, Abe Vollmer, Calgary; Holly Fair, Hani Hansma, Granum; Milk River Poco E. Halmrast, Milk River. Apartment Permit Given A substantial contribution to he building permit total for June was made this week when thacan Development Corpora- jon was issued a permit or the final phase of constnic- ion of Stafford Plate. The 78-suite high-rise luxury apartment is being built on the old LDS Church property at .103 5th Ave. S. Total cost for he project is million. Man Jailed For Theft A 22-year-old Lethbridgs man, Gary Lyne, received .three months in jail on each of two charges, false pretences and theft, when he pleaded guilty in magistrate's court in Leth- bridge Wednesday. He was reported to have ob- tained goods with a worthless cheque and stolen a mirror from a Lethbridge service station. The sentences will run con- current. Drug Charge Brings Fine Wayne Jeffery Thurston, 22, from California was fined and costs or three months in jail when he pleaded guilty in magistrate's court in Letli- bridge Wednesday to possession, of marijuana. The crown dropped a second charge against Thurston of im- porting narcotics into Canada. Thurston was arrested by RCMP July 3 at the Coutts border crossing. Apparently Thurston was tra- velling with two other compan- ions when arrested. When searched, he was found to be in possession of four ounces of marijuana. The defence claimed Thurston was carrying the marijuana across the border for his two companions so if they were caught they wouldn't all be charged with possession._____ Alfalfa Plant For Brooks An alfalfa pelleting plant will be built near Brooks, Alta. the president of Alberta Alfalfa Products Ltd. said Tuesday. Bob Marshall of Edmonton said the department of region- al economic expansion is con- tributing towards the construction of the plant. The plant will be built at Brooks because farmers in the area are highly experienced in growing alfalfa, he said. In addition, irrigation allowed high production volume per :re. The pellets will be mainly ex- ported to Japan, Mr. Marshall said. SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 328-7176 SUMMER CLEARANCE JULY 15th to 31st PANT SUITS SPORTSWEAR PATIO WEAR DRESSES SUNGLASSES SKIRTS BLOUSES CLASSIC BOUTIQUE 323 6th ST. S PHONE 328-3066 City of Lethbridge PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT LETHBRIDGE ELIMINATIONS SOUTHERN ALBERTA SUMMER GAMES TRAP SHOOTING WHERE: Trap Club (west of airport) WHEN: p.m. July 22, 1970 COST: (this includes targets) GENERAL INFORMATION: 1. Competitors mult be a resident of the City of Lethbridge 2. All shooting will from 15 yards (50 targets) 3. A.T.A. Rule! will govern misfires, etc. 4. Competition Categories Boy and girl under 18 years Men over 18 yean ladies over II'years Ages of August 10th, 1970. 5. Shells must be supplied by each competitor. These moy be purchaied from the Lethbridge Trap Club, at a cost of per box. Trap Load only will be permitted with three drams maximum and no larger shot size than EVENTS: 1. Boys and girls under 18 years 2. Mens 3. Ladies 4. Top two shots from each region 5. Top five shots from each region Registration forms may be obtained at the Community Summer Program Office (Yates Centre) or at the Lethbridge Trap Club on July 22 beginning at p.m. For further information contact the tethbridge Community Summer Program Office at 328-8021. SOUTHERN ALBERTA SUMMER GAMES REGIONAL COMPETITIONS SWIMMING WHERE: Fritz Sick Swim Pool WHEN: July 25th, 1970 p.m. REGISTRATION: will be taken at all pools from p.m. July 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th Youth to 14 years of age-lOe per event Open per event CLASSIFICATION: 8 years and under 9 and 10 years 11 and 12 years 13 and 14 years open 15 years and over as of August 10th, 1970 Competition open only to residents of the City of Lethbridge. Members of the Lethbridge Lions Swim Club (Amateur A) are not eligible for competition. A list of events will be posted at Ciiy fools, Fun Clubs, and Community Summer Program office (Yates SOUTHERN ALBERTA SUMMER GAMES REGIONAL ELIMINATIONS SMALL BORE Sponsored by Community Summer Program and the Lethbridge Marksman Club WHERE: lethbrldge Fish and Game Rifle (Hardieville) WHEN: July 17th p.m. REGISTRATION: will be taken on the night of the competition beginning at p.m. CLASSIFICATION: NOVICE-Any person who has not won a provincial championship or belter in the past two years. AGE GROUPS: 14 years and under-boys and girls 17 and and ladies date as of August 10th, 1970 EVENTS: 20 years iron, sight prone 50 yards iron or scope sight 20 yards 4 positions 20 yards 4 positions Buddy RULES: Gun weight to be 7Yi pounds with trigger pull. Ammunition must bs supplied by each competitor. Shells will be available to those wishing to purchase at a cost of 85c per box. This event will be held rain or shine. For further information please call Mr. f. tef- fingwell 327-1027. Competition open only to residents of the City of Lethbridge. SOUTHERN ALBERTA SUMMER GAMES REGIONAL ELIMINATIONS HORSESHOES WHERE: Indian Bottle Pork Horseshoe pitches WHEN: July 18th p.m. REGISTRATION: will be taken at the Pitch site beginning at a.m. on the day of the compefition-25c per person AGE GROUPING: T6 years and over both mens and ladies competitions date of August 10th, 1970 This will be a double knockout tournament with the top two participants in each sex representing lethbridge at the Southern Alberta Summer Games in Piichi, CreeK. Horseshoes for the Competition will be supplied. Competition open only to residents of the City of lefhbridge. ;