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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE lETHBRIDGE HERAID Thursday, July 23, 1970 Senator Gladstone Opens Indian Days Senator James Gladstone of- ficially opened the 4th Annual Kainai Indian Days at Standoff today, with representatives from all reserves in south and central Alberta and parts of the United States on hand. The first day's activities will centre on the social aspect, with inter-tribal dancing sched- uled for p.m. until the supper break, and then continu- ing from 7 p.m. to 12 p.m. The Kainai Quarterhorse TOP DAIRY CATTLE George Bunney, Calgory, top picture, shows his Holstein cow which took the grand champion award at the Lefhbridge Holstein show held Wednesday. A. L Young, Brooks, centre picture, shows his grand champion Ayrshire. George Zarn, High River, displays the Guernsey, bottom, which topped the Guernsey class and also the best udder class. There were a total 26 animals entered in the dairy competition, judged by Art Anderson of Calgary. Dairy Numbers Down By STEVE BAREHAM Farm Writer .Participation in this year's dairy cattle displays was de- scribed by exhibition board of- ficials as down very badly, and attributed to Red Deer SMILEY'S PLUMBING GLASS LINED WATER HEATERS S120 AND UP Phone 328-2176 having its annual fair the same time as Whoop-Up Days. A total of 26 dairy cattle, in- cluding 10 Guernsey, six Hol- stein and 10 Ayrshire comprised the number entered. In each breed, Guernsey, Holstein and Ayrshire, there was only one contributor, meaning grand champion, re- serve champion and all other platings wer'e taken by one person in each breed class. Idlewood Farms, High Elver, took all of the placings in the Guernsey class; A. L. Young of If Sufficient People Are Interested ST. JOHN AMBULANCE Will Sponsor A FIRST AID CLASS MONDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS FROM AUGUST 12th to 27th To express your interesl write St. John Ambulance, 1201 3rd Avenue S., Ulhbridge Brooks took all the placings in the Ayrshire division; ant George Bunney of Calgary, .al the placings in the Holstein classes. There were no Jersey en- tries this year. Grain Quota The Canadian wheat boarr. has announced a grain delivery quota, effective immediately of four bushels at Bow Island, Coalhurst, Fincastle Grant ham, Lomond, Whitla and Whitney. Earlier the wheat board announced grain quotas of four bushels, at Conrad, Enchant, Hillspring, Rainier, Travers Warner, Whiskey Gap, Burdett and VauxMl. FREAK CALF A freak calf was born in Har- rismith, South Africa, with two heads, four hind legs and two pairs of eyes. It died during birth. ELKS WHOOP-UP DAYS ENTERTAINMENT JULY 22nd to 25th OPEN TILL I a.m. FOR MEMBERS ELKS VISITORS AND THEIR GUESTS GRAND CHAMPION HEREFORDS Maxine and Kim Hanson, top, Cardston, dis- play their two-year-old Hereford female Birdseye Domestic Susan, which took the grand champion placing in the female classes at the annual Hereford show held Wednesday at Whoop-Up Days. Bottom left, Tom Patton shows Justamere Gay Perfect, owned by Just- omere Farms, Lloydminister, Sask. Bob Fox, Justamere Farms right, is presented with the grand champion Hereford bull trophy by Ken Dickson representing the trophy donor General Farm Supplies. There was a total of 57 head of Hereford stock entered in this year's show, judged by John Forsythe of Crossfield. Birdseye Ranch Has Top Female Justamere Stock Farms Show Top Hereford Bull Hereford was the featured breed show in this year's live- stock exhibition at Whoop-Up Days, with a total 57 Herefords entered. The grand champion Here- ford bull, Justamere Gay Per- fect, and the reserve cham- pion Hereford bull, Justamere Farmer, were both owned by Justamere Farms of Lloydmin- ster, Sask. The grand champion Here- ford female, Birdseye Domes- tic Susan, was owned by the Birdseye Ranch, Cardston, the reserve champion Hereford fe- male, Bonita Carlotta, was owned by G. R. and B. G. Powlesland, Del Bonita. The grand champion pair of bulls, were owned by Justa- mere Farms, and the reserve champion pair of bulls by the Birdseye Ranch. In the grand champion pair, male and female, the Birdseye Ranch emerged -victorious, fdl lowed by G. R. and B. G Powlesland. Class winners, first to thin place, with the class, anima owner's name, and address, in order, were as follows: Bull born May 1 Dec. 31, Hit 1. Justamere Farms, Lloydmlnster; 1 Birdseye Ranch, Cardston! 3. Blrdseyi Ranch, Cardston. Bull born Jan. 1 April Justamere Farms, Lloydmlnster; 2 B. D. Bolduc, Lomond] 3. Steve J Balog, Milk River. Bull born 1JM. 1. Jack A. Oleson and Justamere Farms, Avon, Colors do; 2. Justamere Farms, Lloydmln ster; 3. Birdseye Ranch, Cardstpn. WE'VE MOVED To 906 1st Avenue South CLEARANCE OF USED FLUORESCENT FIXTURES 8 Light. Complete with lubes. Each 7.00 WYATT ELECTRIC PHONE 327-2048 ENTER YOUR NAME FOR THE FREE DRAW On A Honda MINI TRAIL BIKE Sponsored By NORTH LETHBRIDGE BUSINESSMEN'S ASSOCIATION Deposit Entry Form at Any North Lethbridge Busineu CUP AND DEPOSIT THIS COUPON 1 N.L.B. ASSOCIATION FREE DRAW NAME ADDRESS I PHONE LYnurit i DRAW WILL BE HELD SATURDAY, JULY 25th Female tarn May T Dec. 31, 1. Justamere Farms, I.Ioydmlnster; 2. Blrdseve Ranch, Cardston; 3. G. R. and B! G. Powlesland, Del Bonita. Female bora Jan. April 30, 1. Birdseye Ranch, Cardston; 2. Bifds- eye Ranch, Cardston} 3. Justamere Farms, Lloydmlnster. F i mile born HO. 1. Blrdseyi Ranch, Cardston; i. G. R. and B. G. Powlesland, Del Bonlla; 3. Justamere Farms, Lloydminsfer. Female with calf ar foot. 1. Birds- eye Ranch, Cardston; 2. Steve J. Balog, Milk River (only two entries) Group class. 1. Justamere Farms, Lloyd minster; 2. Birdseye Ranch, Cardston; 3. G. R. and B. G. Powles- land, Del Bonita. Two Fined For Driving Impaired A Calgary man, Reginald Ed- ward Meyers, and a Leth- bridge man, Michael Wayne Skoog, pleaded guilty in mag- istrate's court in Lethbridge Wednesday to impaired driving and were each fined and costs. Both were prohibited from driving anywhere in Canada for nine months. Man Jailed For Forgery A Lethbridge man, Alvin Rex Hamilton, was sentenced to 10 months in jadl wiien he plead- ed guilty in magistrate's court in Lethbridge Wednesday to two charges of forgery and three charges of making out a false document, namely a cheque, and acting upon it as if it were genuine. Hamilton claimed he had a drinking problem and Magis- trate Lloyd Hudson recom- mended the term be served in Belmont, an institution for treating alcoholics, near Ed- monton. Hamilton's record during the last five years includes two convictions of forgery, posses- sion of stolen property and theft. Races will be officially opened Friday at 11 a.m. by Chief Jim Slut Both Sides, ami he will perform opening duties for the Kainai Rodeo at 2 p.m. Inter tribal dancing 'will again be a big part of the day, starting at 7 p.m. and continu- ing until 12 p.m. A special presentation was made to Chief Jim Shot Both Sides at 2 p.m. today when Ray LaKose, trail boss for the Pi" oneer Whoop Up Trail Riders presented a scroll of apprecia- tion for allowing the trail ride to cross the reserve during their recent Whoop Up Days, 175 mile ride. The scroll has the signatures of all the participating trail riders on it. Tight Parking Expected The parking situation at the W h o o p-Up Days exhibition grounds will likely be average today but fan- board officials indicate that the parking spots will be at a premium for Fri- day and Saturday. The board reported today that people wishing to ensure a parking space on the fair grounds should plan to come early, both Friday and Satur- day. One official said past expe- rience has shown that the weekend parking situation is critical for all people arriving late. Damage Damage amounted to when cars driven by Trevor Hanson of 3206 South Parkside Drive and Elaine Uwazny of 1030 Mayor Magrath Driva were involved in an intersec- tion collision at 5th Ave. and 15111 St. S. Wednesday. There were no injuries. ALCAN ALUMINUM AWNING MID-SUMMER SALE '0 DISCOUNT Iht appearann and value) of your today. CONTACT Progressive Roofing Awnings 330 27th St. S. Phone 327-6679 Between 12 noon and 1 p.m. or to 8 p.m. Alberta's Great Moments That crazy cast of characters from the Lelhbridge label may not know quartz but they're experts on pints. Especially Lethbridge Pilsner. It's been a goldmine of flavour for nearly half a century. Rugged, real beer taste in the pioneer tradition. The golden-coloured brew that tastes as good today as it did way back when. So call for Lethbridge Pil. Slake your own claim to Great Moments with Alberia's original Pilsner. Pilsner BEER TMDmoil YOU CM Mill rNM TW HOUK OF UTHimoai ;