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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, July Tl, 1970 If You Ask Me by RIC SWIHART nro PICK UP a hitch-hiker or not to pick up a bitch-hiker That is the question! The rape of a hitch-hiker in south Alberta last the bmtal murder and decapitation of a car driver by hitch- hikers in Montana last week is enough reason for me not to stop for anyone on the road who is not obviously having car trouble. The Alberta Highway Act doesn't spell out any rigid rules about hitch-hiking but it states that when there is no sidewalk, and at all times when possible, a person walking on any highway should walk on the shoulder on the left side of the road facing all on-coming traffic. Although not always the rule, the foregone conclusion of the majority of North American people, is that long hair, hippies, the increase of venereal disease and drugs are synonymous. Whenever I pass any of these "types" they look at me as though I owed it to them to stop and drive them to their destination. This utter contempt turns me on about the same as winning a date with Hildegard Hamhocker. How many times have drivers passed bitch-hikers with the thought in their minds "What if a tire blows out or I otherwise lose control of the car and kill someone crowd- ing along the edge of the highway? I have, and it is not a thought that I would like to live with for the rest of my life. I wouldn't have these thoughts if there weren't so many hitch-hikers on the highways. Educators and government bodies seem to be going out of their way to provide facilities for the 'almighty transient youth.1 When I was in high school and going to university I didn't have time to transient about the country cluttering up the highways and the parks. Maybe the youth of today is special but the old cliche about buying your own education and appreciating it more applied to me. Where do the hordes of transient youth find the money to gallivant about the country and: go to univer- sity? The Criminal Code of Canada spells out all the laws concerning drugs. If a hitch-hiker passenger in your car hides some drugs in the car, for example, you might find your- self in court trying to explain the drugs do not belong to you. The key phrase is "depending upon the circumstances" whether or not the driver of a car can be implicated with a hitch-hiker when drugs are found in your car. To me, this is like playing Russian Roulette. It is up to the courts to decide but still it is like playing with dynamite. I had a chance to find out fist hand from a person who had given rides to hitch-hikers for years. I ran out of gas about two miles from a gas station and was walking for help when a fellow just stopped for me. He told me he wouldn't have stopped If he had not seen my car because he had received nothing but "abuse, foul language and contempt" from the last three or four people be had given rides to. I believe him. I lean toward the United States' thought on this subject for many reasons, both personal and statistically. There are few states where hitch-hiking is legal. It will be a great day in Canada when the government rules out hitch-hiking. This may be a swing at some real good people who have gotten away with giving rides and to accepting rides, but with no hitch-hiking allowed, there can be no danger to these people. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldfl. 328-4095 'DEATH' TO HIJACKER BUDAPEST (AP) A Hun- garian air force lieutenant wop flew a MiG-15 fighter plane to Italy last April has been sent- enced to death in absentia., HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. S. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Invitations Announcement! (24 Hour Servica If Neetuary) Bride Books Napkins Matches Thank You Cards We provide Complimentary Personalized Head Table Place Cards with each Order! FREE CUSTOMER PARKING BUS SERVICE DURING EXHIBITION WEEK JULY 20 TO 25, 1970 LEAVE YOUR CAR AT HOME GO CITY TRANSIT Commencing noon to midnight special buses will operate from the City Centre as follows: Start at 4th Avenue and 5th Street South East on 4th Avenue to 13th Street South South on 13th Street to 9th Avenue South East on Avenue to Mayor Magrath Drive South on Mayor Magrath Drive to South Parkside Drive East on South Parkside Drive to Pedestrian Gate Leaves the Pedestrian Gute every 30 minutes from 12.30 noon to midnight via 34th Street South and 6th Avenue South. No. 2 Route Monday Through Saturday Will operate directly to the Exhibition Grounds Main Gate every 30 minutes from a.m. to p.m. Leaves Main Gate every 30 minutes from a.m. to p.m. ALL OTHER REGULAR BUSES WILL OPERATE REGULAR ROUTES AND SCHEDULES. TRANSFERS WILL BE ISSUED Adult Fares 6 Tickets far or 20c rath Children's Farei.......3 Tickets for 25e or 10 box. TRAVEL TO THE EXHIBITION BY TRANSIT BUS AND AVOID PARKING PROBLEMS COMMUNITY PROPERTY The wagon may look small and so may Flirty, the horse, but she's the community property of the four small Perlich brothers. Three of the four boys, John 8, Bob 7, and Ken 5 rode Flirty and the wagon to a second place finish in the Open Harness class in yesterday's session of the Whoop-Up Days light horse show. Her other owner Stan, 6, is in hospital following a bicycle accident. The four boys are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Perlich, Lethbridge. Children In Spotlight Friday At Whoop-Up Light Horse Show By JUDI WALKER Staff Writer Children highlighted Friday's session of the Whoop-Up Days light horse show. The little >eople, some on very little lorses which they walked, gal- .oped, and trotted, brought the fourth day of the show to an end. Seventeen trophies were awarded during the day. One of the day's features for he audience, but not for the iudge, Uvon Maggard from Colorado, Idaho, was a class of over 30 contestants in the junior pleasure horse class. The thirty were narrowed down to give first place and the Herb's Western Wear Tro- phy to Lady Bartender owned by William (Bill) Stronski of Turin. First, second and third place winners of the show were as follows, with the name of the class, the horse, owner and ad- dress: Senior Trail T. Tinker Toy, Gordon Boll, Lelhbridge; 2. Milk Riv- er PocO, Ernest Halmrast, Milk River; 3. Cameo, Darilyn McKenna, Leth- bridge. Ladies' English Hack Class 1. Gallic, Gwen Murray, Raymond; 2. RIngo, Tony and Joanne Perlichi 3. Tiny Tim, Pat Pavan, Lethbridge. Ladies' Western Class T. Susie Q, Tony and Joanne Perltch, Lethbridge; 2. Leo's Butte, Gayle Perry, Coaldale; 3. Danny Boy, Gwen Murray, Ray- mond. Open Matched Saddle pairs 1. Ringo, Pocito Chey, Tony and Jo- anne Perlich, Lethbridge; 2, Dandy's Dream, Drifter's Dream, Pat Pavan, Lelhbridge; 3. Toy, Gordon Ball, Leth- bridge. Senior Western Pleasure Hone 1. Susie Q, Tony and Joanne Perlich, Lethbridge; 2. Jet Corder, C. Van Honre, Lcthbrldgef '3. Picket Pin, Anne Aim, Twin Butte. Senior Stock Horse Class 1. Susie Q, Tony and Joanne Perlich, Lelhbridge; 2. FIa.shy Rsed, George Brown, Fort Macleod; 3. RIngo, Tony and Joanne Perlleh, Lethbridge. Open Parade Ginger, C. M. Peterson, Lethbridge; 2. Ivory Princess, Vera Denecky, Lethbridge; Trouble Boy, Frank Smith, Leth- bridge. Family Class 1. Joe Pavan Fam- ily, Lethbridge; 1. Gordon Bait Fam- ily, Lethbridge; 3. RI.ISS Davidson, In- nisfail. Senior Jumping 1. Rusty, Gwen Murray, Raymond; 2. Gallie, Gwen Murray, Raymond; 3. Banner, Charwayne Ranches, Coaldale. Open Harness I. Jose, S. Nlshl- kawa, Lethbridge; 2- Flirty, Perlich Bros., Lethbridge; 3. Cotton Candy, More Bogus Bills Found During the past few days The counterfeit bills have, th hree more counterfeit bills following serial numbers: P-' have turned up in Lethbridge 0078131, W-E 3866565 and S-E and been turned over to the 2511936. police. Other characteristics to loo! Speech Arts Winners Successful students in the tfount Royal Conservatory speech arts examinations held n the Lethbridge Community College early in June have been announced. Grade 10 (which precedes the as- ociate diploma First class rion- N-S: Gail Kamltomo, Raymond (with wo Silver Medals, one for practical and one for Susan Wilde, Ray- mond; Marcla Johnston, Lathbrldge; .inda Carter, Magrath. Grade 9 First Class Honors: Mel- anie Galbraith, Raymond. Honors: Maureen Bridge, Raymond. Grade 8 First class honors: Gloria (amitomo, Raymond (with Silver Try Before You Buy! UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION MAICO SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE 618 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-5447 dal and 115 Tom Cai ter, Magrath; Ardeth Oseen, Turin Susan Brandley, Raymond; Pearl Me .Kague and Melissa singer, Leth bridge. Grade 7 First class honors: Ml chelle Taylor, Raymond (with SHve Medal and S2S Valeri HIrsche, Stirling; Philip Christou, Uth bridge. Honors: Carolyn Kseler, Ray mond. Grade 6 First class honors: Sher McFadden, Uethbrldge (with Sllve Dana Galbralth, Raymond Nancy Grlgg, Lethbridge; Carolyn Na der, Diane Keeier, Raymond; -Sandr Christou, Lefhbridge. Grade 5 First class honors: D! ane Bridge, Raymond; Helen Darce Patricia Matheson, Lethbridge; Doug las Keeier, Raymond. Grade 4 First class honors: Mar la Sncw, Raymond (with Bronze Mec Cortney Brewerton, Magrafh. Hon ors: Delcia Jubber and James Ed ward Davles, Lethbridge. Grade 3 First class honors: Lin nea Oseen, Turin (with Bronze Medal) Grade 2 First class honors: Shau na Nalder, Raymond (with Bronze Me Sylvia Olshi, Stirling; William Nelson, Wrenlham; Patricia Watson Lethbridge. Grade 1 First class honors: Dor otny Ann Palmer (Bronze Ray mond. Honors; Par.wla Johnston, Lnth bridge; Preliminary Honors: Gerry Nel son, Wrenthsm. Students were prepared for these examinations by Gail Ka- mitomo, Huth Nalder and Mar- garet Zaugg. FOR SALE by OWNER Large'executive 1330 sq. ft. Bungalow with 4 bed- rooms. Each floor fully developed, heated swimming pool, double garage. Price Generous Terms 1050 18th STREET S., IETHBRIDGE Phone for appointment for in a counterfeit bill are: they are of 1954 series, no face plate number, back plate number is 66, Queen's portrait appears to be fuzzy and the planchettes are simulated (yellowish green dots on the face of the bill but none on the Anyone finding one of these bills is asked to call city police at 328-4444. Vera Denecky. Junior hoy girl under 11, years 1. Drifter Dream, Joan Pavan, Lethbridge; Buck Mitch, Georqe Brown, Letl bridge; 3. Pepe, Dixl Gray, Let] bridge. Boy or girl 11 years or OVP 1. April Mist; Cheryl Gillies, Nata B.C.; 2. Cocoa Stranger, B. J. Gree hill, Edmonton; 3. Flashy Ree George Brown, Fort Macleod. Boy o girl 14 years and over Lady Ba tender, W. Stronski, Turin; 2. To Bonnie Bali, Lelhbrldge; 3. Tan Faha, Donna Pavan, Lethbridge. Boy or girl rider under 14 years 1. Mr. Red, W. Nugent, Lethbridge; Red Pepper, Chreyl Gillies, Nata B.C.; 3. Hipper, B. J. Greenhlll, Ei monton. Boy or girl between 14 and 1. Red, Brian Ball, Lethbridge; Sundown-W-Shawnee, Debbie Cour right, Calgary; 3. Tiny Tim, C Pavan, Lefhbridqe. Bareback Ridin 1. Drifters Dream, Joan Pavar Lethbridge; 2. Cindy Youn Lethbridge; 3. Pepper, AAaxine MI Kenna, Lefhbridge. Halttr Class Bartender, W Stronakl, Turin; 2. Tan Hussa Mariys Reynar, Brooks; 3. 'Storm Dw, Judy Davidson, Innlsfall. Junic Trail Ridt Class T. Stormy De Judy Davidson, Innlsfall; 2. Coco Stranger, B. J. Greenhlll, Edmonton 3. Galveston, W. Stronski, Turin. Pleasure Horse 1, Lady Bart der, W. Stronski, Turin; 2. Tov, Bo nie Ball, Lethbridge; -3. Drifter Dream, Joan Pavan, Lethbridge. Pon 13.2 hands and under 1. Jose, Lo ene Nlshlkawa, Lelhbridge; 2. Flirt Perlich Bros., Lethbridge; 3. Mucke Perlich Bros. Lethbridge. Persy und 14.2 hands 1. cherokeeDeer. Bet Davidson, Innlsfall; 2. No JoKg, V Stronski, 3. Drifter's Drear Joan Payan, Lethbridge. Junior English 1. Tanafah Donna Pavan, Lethbridge; 1. Tan Hu sar, Mariys Reynar, Brooks; 3. Rec Brian Ball, Ltthbrldge. Reigning Tan Hussar, Mariys Reynar, Brook! 2. Toy, Bonnie Ball, Lethbridge; Galveston, W. Stronski, Turin. Jum Ing _ i. Flicka, Jayne Schmidt, Mag rath; 2. Lundbreck Ranger, Donn Pavan, Lethhrldge; 3. Cindy, Dann Gruninger, Spring- Coulee. TO SYMBOLIZE FOND MEMORY Choose wisely the monu- ment to honor your loved ones. We will be pleased to assist you. LETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL AND TILE WORKS "We Have Been Satisfying For Over 60 Years" 325 8th St. S., Lethbridge Phone 327-3920 NOTICE RE: SUNDAY BYLAW If you think that the issue of the Sunday Bylaw should be decided by the people of Lethbridge, you should sign the petition requesting a vote. Those wishing to sign the petition or circulate one, please Phone 327-1171 THIS ADVERTISEMENT INSERTED BY THI LOS CHURCH, LETHIXIDCE Tourist Group Plans For Float To ensure representation of the city of Lethbridgc in next year's stampede parade in Cal- gary and other areas, Frank Smith, manager of Southern Al- berta Travel and Convention Association said recently plans are now in motion to be pre- sented to the board of directors of the association, and the Leth- bridgc Chamber of Commerce for approval. The main problem in present- ing a suitable float is financial Mr. Smith said, and the outlay for one that would stand up to B succession of parades in Al- berta and other areas would cost roughly "We would want a float that would depict progress in Leth- bridge and you can't do that on the Mr. Smith said. "We would need a sizeabte float to do justice to the growth of our city. And any reflection of the development, of Leth- bridge is an advantage to all of southern Alberta." Mr. Smith indicated that It is likely various businessmen would be interested in helping support a major float for the parades next year. Lethbridge Gyros Sponsoring Circus The Gyro Club of Lethbridge will be sponsoring the Gatti- Charles Circus here Aug. 24 and 25. To be known as the Gyro Circus, which may become an annual late summer event in the city, Gatti-Charles was chosen by the Gyro Club fol- lowing some extensive re- search into the type of circuses that might be available. Tenders Close Tenders for the installation of pilings for the new Swift Cana- dian Co. Ltd. plant in North liethbridge closed Friday. Site work for the million plant got under way this week. ASPHALT PAVING TOLLESTRUP SAND and GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. PHONE 328-2702 327-3610 The circus is particularly well-known in the western United States and in the Van- couver-Victoria area where it has performed on several occa- sions. The Gyro Club is proposing that proceeds from the show will go towards a fountain at Henderson Lake. Circus chairman is Harry Green. The announcement con- cerning the circus was made by club president Ralph Effler. MR. FRANKLIN S. PETA Son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peta of Hardieville received his call to the Alberta Bar on July 10th in Calgary be- fore His Lordship Mr. H. J. MocDonald. 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 BANDS IT ALL HAPPENS DOWNTOWN JULY 20th-25th OURTESY LETHBRIDGE DOWNTOWN BUSINESSMEN'S ASSOCIATION ;