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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDGE HEBA1D Tuesrlay, Ma; 73, 197? Longtime teachers lo be honored Three teacher--, who reprc-] HMH :i lotal of I ID teaching years in schools, will l'i' honon-d ;il separate May 28 and .lime 4. John Walsmi. reliring princi- pal of Allan School, be-j his long teaching career! near Warner. He LanghL at Gal-j hraiUi, Weslrniiisier and Cen-! Iral Schools in Lelhbridge be- fore becoming principal of: Allan Walson when it opened in liijl. An open house will be held for Mr. Walson at the school on May 23 from 2 p.m. to 5! An open house1 ill the public; .-chool hoard office on May 31 from 7 p.m. (o !l p.m. will honor -land Larson, il'.c music .supervisor of Lcthbr 1 d g e schools Cilice Site lirLMii IkT leaching car- eer at SI. Kilda School before joining Ihe Calbrnilh School i slaJT In Lelhbridgn in 1937. J nir.cs will also re-j ceive nccolades at an open house at Westminster School on June 4, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m has liecil principal of Westminster since 1945. Ho langht previously at Knappen and Galbraiih and Central Schools in Lethbridge. The public is invited to at- end all Ihree special functions. 32nd tech squadron reunion set Members of the now de-i iunct 32nd Technical Squadron j RCEME (Ml of Lethhridge will! hold a stage reunion June 2 in I the Royal Canadian Legion building at p.m. Replies to invitations are to be sent lo Frank Tilley, 112B 29th St. S., not later than May 25. The squadron, commanded hy Major R, A. Lane, was one of the largest of its classifica- tion in Western Canada. It was disbanded in 1961. Members of the reunion com-, mitlee, besides Mr. Tilley, are A. D. Wliilp, Cy Fan-ell, Clare Simpson. E. S. Wiber, Carl Frascr, Pliil Boone and John Linn. ARABIAN NATIVE COSTUME COMPETITION Lori Parsons, aboard Dheilan, cops second place in Iho pure- bred Arabian native costume competition for mares and geldings at (he Sixth annual Chinook Arabian Horse Show at the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion Saturday and Sunday. There were 195 horses entered in 92 evenls during the Iwo-day show. Officials reported about patrons watched the show. Participants from Alberta, Saskatchewan, British Columbia and the northwest United States competed. Faulds Photo Chinook Arabian Horse Show success GIGANTIC AUCTION O APPLIANCES SPORTING GOODS FURNITURE All new merchanditfl WON., MAY 29th HURLBURT" AUCTION WAREHOUSE Phone 328-4705 An American and an Alberta 1 In paithrcd breeding class fov i Iiuiisfail taking horse topped the points stand-, marcs, Nissma Camiia, owned J champion award. ings for performance horses at i by W "nc Lyon of Nanton took Raydan, the U.S. horse which the- sixth annual Chinook Ara-i the av, ere! Sundi won the most performance bian Horse Show at (lie Leth-1 Su, owned by T. Mcfntosh of I points, also took the champion bridge Exhibition Pavilion Eat- j------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ urday and rday and Sunday. i 1 Raydan, owned by D w' 1 g h t Qll til m'OUl) IS COlltllllUng 'ard of Kalispell, Jlontana (op- 1 ation of Ward the list for purebred Ara- jians while June Ala Lad own- fmfrti ed by Gladys Bicnert of LerJuc 0061 :opped the partbred class. In Lhe breeding classification, Silver Century, owned by R. D. Lindsay of CJaresliolrn won the champion purebred Arabian stallion award Thunderman, owned by Dr. Gordon Kluzak of Calgary took tile reserve cham- pion stallion award. CLCC Radio is on the air broadcasting through lo Sept. again, broadcasting over Cable 11. TV, Channel 7, as it did Broadcasting from throughout the past school year 10 p.m. on week days, the Add living space anyplace from the Lethbridge Communi- ty College. But now tile operation of the radio station is not a part of Lhe college radio-arls course, but an Opportunities for Youth project. The crew of six persons, guaranteed fiberglass panels Doug Gosscn. Dave Oherg, John Malakoff, Duane Myers, Tim Uuhhard and Carol Sears i has just completed the first i year radio-arts course at tho J college. The station sLarled operation May 15. anel continue group mostly plays lop 40 music. They have started producing commercials, which they also do on their own. Included are commercials lo promote tour- ism, Manpower job lists, and A1UA reports. "Great local coverage" Is i Dave 0 h e r g. I Uie reserve purebred gelding crown. XL Ghazam, owned by Jack Reid of Priddis took the reserve purebred gelding title. For partbred geldings, Sardu, owned by C and D Getz of Re- gina toofc top honors with June Ala Lad taking the reserve award. In the purebred mare com- petition, Kochars Lisa owned by Alex Kinzel of Hague, Sas- katchewan von the champion colors with Milhccnt, owned by Dr. Kluzak of Calgary taking the reserve award. Officials for the show Indi catcd that about people took in the two-day show. There were 195 horses entered m 92 events. a.m. to ANNIVERSARY About 70 persons attended a given, said _ Weather, sports and news is dinner party, followed by a Chi- gathered from the radio sta- nese movie from Hong Kong, at lions, the fire deparLment, the I the Lethbridge branch of the police, and the hospitals, asj Chinese National League Sun- well as reporting that is done day to mark its 57th anniver- on their own. Isary. Yon n msiiic or olir.irte >our lioniL- v.ufi 10 FILON nrij build patios, car- pom, fences, shoji screens nnd room dividers. Sitpcr- I'M.ON hu< lont-er. Greater MrerKili.. .only I-M.ON l.< reinforced H ricu Super-Pi Fibcrplas. fp.t r. I'M fi-. rr