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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 17, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD FrWay, July 17, 1970 SUSIE Q TAKES FOUR IN A ROW-Jcanne Perlich, Lethbridge, rode Susie Q, a 10-year-old Palomino to victory in the Thursday session of the Whoop-Up Days light horse show. It is the fourth year Susie Q has won. She placed first in the filly or geld- ing, two years and over class, second in the best colored Palomino, first in the open performance class, and won the Troika Rose Trophy donated by Mrs. Alberta Clarke for the high point Palomino. Horse Show Continues Through Saturday Palominos Win Trophy Four classes, Eegist e r e d Arabian, Arabian, Palomino, and Pinto, were shown Thurs- day at the Whoop-Up Days light .horse show. One major award, the Troika Eose Trophy for nigh point Palomino, was presented in the Palomino class to Susie Q, a 10-year-old owned and raised by Joanne and Tony Perlich. SHe also placed first in the filly or gelding, two years and over class, first in the open performance class, and1 second in the best colored Palomino class. Horses owned by Dixie Gray, Lethbridge, took the awards in the Pinto classes. Pepe placed first in the mares am geldings, two years aid over class to win the Holmes Appli- ances Trophy, and placed sec- ond in the open performance class. Patch took first place in the open performance class winning the Roy Dogterom Tro- phy. Other first, second and third place winners of the show were as follows, with the name o. the class, the horse, owner and address: PUREBRED ARABIAN Purebred Arabian stallion three years and over 1. Dhellan, Ti Lor Arabians, Lelhbrldge; 2. Rahjee Joseph and Colieen Asuchak, Glen- wood; 3. Prince Harold Win- COME DOWNTOWN EACH MORNING OF WHOOP-UP DAYS JULY 20th-25th FREE BREAKFASTS TOP QUALITY ENTERTAINMENT PRINCESSES PRIZES FOR THE BEST WHOOP-UP COSTUMES SQUARE DANCING IT ALL HAPPENS DOWNTOWN JULY 20th-25th COURTESY LETHBRIDGE DOWNTOWN BUSINESSMEN'S ASSOCIATION Ters, Milk River. Purebred Arabian mare Ihrei and over 1. Sunny Girl, Dr. and Mrs. George Allen, Taber; 3. Jubba Kahafa, Fenton Blair, Granum; 3. Taletie, Ti Lor Arabians, Lethbridge. Purebred Arabian gelding three years and over 1. Tanafaha, Donna Pavan, Lethbridge; 2. SUndown-W- Shawncei Debbie Courtright, Calgary; 3. Tan Hussar, Marlys Reynar, Brooks. ARABIAN Paribrerf Arabian mare three yean and over 1. Kamll's Kitty, Donna Pavan, Lethbridge; 2. Shatan's Cen- tennial Miss, Carolynne McKenzie, Lethbridge; 3. Lor Nor Tabetha, Har- old Winters, Milk River. Partbred Arabian gelding three'years and over 1. Sages Lad, Pat Pavan, Leth- bridge; 2. Dandy's Dream, Joan Pavan, Lethbridge; 3. Yea Lad, TI Lor Arabians, Lethbridge. Western pleasure, open to bolh purebred and part bred Arabians 1. Dandy's Dream, Pat Pavan, Leth- bridge; 2. Jubba Kahafa, Fenton Blair, Granum; J. Vat-Abl, Dr. and Mrs. George Allen, Taber. English pleasure, open to both purebred and partbred Arabians 1. Sundown-W- Shawnee, Debbie Courtright, Calgary; 2. Cinder Rabess, Mrs. Lorraine Hill, Lethbridge; 3. Talelte, Ti Lor Ara- bians, Lethbridge. Arabian native costume, open to both purebred and psrtbrid Arabians 1. Dhellan, Tl Lor Arabians, Leth- bridge; 2. Sundown-W-Shawnee, Cal- gary. Reining, epen to both purebred and partbred Arabians 1. Mouns 'Al, Rafter Nine Stables Ltd., Brooks; 2. Rahfae, Joseph and Colleen Asu- chak, Glenwood; 3. Gypsy's Gloss, Mrs. Jean Davidson, Brooks. Trail horse, open to both purebred and parlbrtd Arabians 1. Klrarda, Fenton Blair, Granum; 2. Mouns 'Al, Rafter Nine Stables, Brooks; 3. Gypsy's Mrs. Jean Davidson, third. PALOMINO Filly or gelding, two yuri and ever 1. Susie Q, Tony and Joanne Per, Itch, Lethbridge; 2. Gold-N-Velvet, Mrs. C. W. Marsh, Fort Macleod; 3. Flashy George Brown, Fort Macleod. Best colored Palomino 1. Dynamjle, Mrs. C. W. Marsh, Fort Macleod; 2. Susie Q, Tony and Joanne, Perlich, Lethbridge; 3. Flashy Reed, George Brown, Fort Macleod. Open Performance Class 1. Susie Q, Tony and Joanne Perlich, Lefh- bridge; 2. Hannah, Gary McKenna, Lethbridge; 3. Dynamite, Mrs. C. W. Marsh, Fort Macleod. PINTO Hitter classes marn and geldlngi two years and aver 1. Pepe, Dixie Gray, Lethbridgej 2. Starlite Prin- cess, Roxanna Degensteln, Fort Ma- ;leod; 3. Polka Doll, Mrs. Jean David- son, Innisfail. Open performance class T. Patch, Dixie Gray, Lethbridge; 2. Pepe, Dixie Gray, Lethbridge; 3. Polka Doll, Mrs. Jean Davidson, tnnls- fall. Pinto Indian CM class 1. Patch, Dixie Gray, Lethbridge; 2. Pepe, Dlxia Gray, Lethbridge; 3. Sugar, Mrs. C. W. Marsh, Fort Ma- cleod. THOROUGHBRED Open marts and gtldings ean and over 1. Gallic, Gwen Murray, Raymond; 2. Runaway, Rox- snne Degensteln, Fort Macleod; 3. Corerlne, Degenstein, Fort Macleod. JUNIOR Junior lumping 1., FHcka, Jayne Schmidt, Magralh; 2. Lundb reck Ranger, Donna Pavan, Lethbridge; 3. cjndy, Danny Gruninger, spring cou- lee. Senior lumping I. Rusty, Gwen Murray, Raymond; 2. Gallle, Gwen Murray, Raymond; 3. Banner, Char- wayne Ranches, Coaldale. Pre-Fair Activities Continue Pre-Whoop-Up Day's activi- ties at Hie LeUibridge exhibition grounds continued at a brisk pace following the Appaloosa and registered Quarter Horse shows Tuesday and Wednesday. More light horse show judging started at 9 a.m. today, in the outside show ring, with the 4-H Dairy Show judging commenc- ing in the Exhibition Pavilion at a.m. Judging of the single 4-H beef calves started at 1 p.m. On Saturday, the light horse show will get under way at 9 a.m. with the sale of single 4-H beef calves slated for 1 p.m. Monday is the official kick-off day for Whoop-Up Days activi- ties with GOT. Gen. Roland Michener and Mrs. Michener in the lead car for the Whoop-Up Days Parade. City Hall Goes Western Visitors to city hall during Whoop Up Days may wonder I they have wandered into a large ranching operation by mistake. Tom Ferguson, city manager, has authorized all personnel to wear western garb during the week, if they so desire. No official count has been ta- ten on how many employees are inclined toward blue jeans and cowboy hats, but there could be a distinct change hi ;he general mode of dress dur- aig the Whoop Up celebra- ions. City Girl To Teach In Nigeria Teresse Gall of Lethbridge, a 1970 graduate in biology of the University of Lethbridge, has ac- cepted a posting in Nigeria with ;he Canadian University Ser- vice Overseas program. Miss Gall will leave in Au- gust for a one-month orientation program in London, Ont., after vhich she will' be assigned to an Anglican Girls' Grammar School in Ughelli, Midwest State, Nigeria. During her two-year assign- ment she will teach. senior biology and chemistry in this residential school having a stu- dent enrolment of more tha 00. Gourmet Club Formed In City Tlie Lethbridge Junior Cham- ber of Commerce lias intro- duced a new eating fashion to Lethbridge tire family gour- met club. Memberships for the club, are sold for on a first-come-first-served basis, en- title the member to a book of 42 tickets. With each ticket, the bearer can buy a meal and re- ceive an equivalent meal from any of the 14 participating res- taurants. Most of the restaurants in- volved have placed restrictions on their tickets. For example, one dining room has one ticket worth a maximum of which must be used bafore De- cember, 1970. Some rickets are good for special meals or can be used between certain times only. Most restaurants have four tic- kets where one can be used once every three months. The membership in the club can be used for one year, good until June 30, 1971. Profit.? from the project will be used for the Jaycees youth projects, in particular the school bicycle safety club and the high school defensive driver training course. Memberships to tlie club can be obtained by phoning the Gourmet Club at 328-7005 or writing to the Gourmet Club Room 7, 304 5 St. S. Power Drops Lights Fail Severe voltage drops on thi Calgary Power lines into thi city last night were responsibl for a temporary failure of mer eury vapor street lights ir Lethbridge. Two voltage drops, around a.m., caused lamps throughou the city to go out, althoug there was no actual power out age. The lamps, once out, mus cool for between 7 to 10 min utes before they will go 01 again. ASPHALT 4 PAVING 4 TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE '328-2702 327-36104 Kinsmen Club of Lethbridge 2 CAR AWARD TICKETS 1970 CAMERO 1970 MUSTANG Cars will be on display at College Mall until Ex- hibition Week, and then en display each day at the fair grounds. Tickets available now at College Mall Cars Will be drawn far Saturday, July 25 Proceeds to minor sports and Kinsmen Youth Charities LESLIE BROOKS TAKES COUSIN DICKY BROOKS FOR RIDE IN MOD CARRIAGE Youth Builds Novel Three-Wheeler Take an old Volkswagen, the last September and approxi- front end1 of a motorcycle, weld them together and you come up with Leslie Brooks version of a three-wheel custom bike. Leslie, 15, of the Lethbridge area conceived the idea of hav- ing his own three-wheeled bike Planning Institute July 19-22 Erwin Adderley, executive di- rector of the Oldman River Re- gional Planning Commission, will represent the commission at the annual conference of the Town Planning Institute of Can- ada in Edmonton July 19-22. About 200 delegates are ex- pected for the conference. as mately 400 man-hours of work and later his dream came true. The bike is registered and insured and is classed i motorcycle. It retains Volkswagen engine and trans- mission. The body of the car was re- moved and the frame cut in half. A Yamaha front end was then welded on. It will seat three people on its customized black naugahide seat, has chrome reversed wheels on the back and weighs about 650 pounds. Asking Dicky Brooks, 16, Les- QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 324 Jth St. S. Ph. 328-7684 Above Capitol Furniture EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M. lie's cousin from Vancouver what she thinks of the bike, she says, "It's great. We kept in touch aJl winter while Leslie was working on the bike and I could hardly wait to see it. Now that it's finished, I think its fantastic." SAVE Tuo 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 IIMUTB INSTALLATIOrua Phone 328-8134 509 6th Avenue South HOME INSPECTION NU-MODE HOMES LTD. Our advanced, ultra-modern, semi-detached home ownership plan brings LOW DOWN PAYMENTS with MONTHLY PAYMENTS you can carry in comfort. Realty, exclusive sales agents for Nu-Mode Homes Ltd., has arranged for two of these homes to be open for your inspection this Saturday and Sunday July 18th and 19th between and p.m. You Must See These Homes To Fully Appreciate Them Visit the HENDERSON HEIGHTS SUB-DIVISION this Saturday and Sunday 3304 and 3308 5th AVENUE SOUTH. East on 6th Avenue to 33rd turn North on 33rd go past 5th Avenue 'A' and on to 5th Avenue. These two private home owners have opened their homes for this inspection and we would respectfully request that if you bring your children THAT THEY REMAIN IN YOUR CAR IF POSSIBLE. Let yourself in for a real treat come and see these homes You'll get a pleasant surprise. Be first at your club or party to bring up this new and wonderful conversation piece. We Have the Land and Are Presently Building in LETHBRIDGE and COALDALE NU-MODE REALTY Sales ALBERT STUCKART Phon. 327-4036 FRANK CEMM.il Phone 397-1970 WAITER STEWART Phont 327-4863 Al- 1652 Mayor Magrath Dr. Office Phone 327-1130 ;