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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBF.IDGE HES1AID _ Tuesday, May 30, Results of 6th Chinook Arabian Horse Show place horse? anil own Tliroivyr-n Dana I on, Larry Barclay, Judritt, K. D. L ld Purebred Colt: Area ur-ye nd Loducf Rusty Rogue, Equlo Sherwood Pa'k. Western 13 and undfrr: Mounty, Bud DavlGi; r.ilszar. Tom Bell. Purebred Pleasure Driving Open: Sundown W. Shawrtee, Debdle Savoy, Tom Beil Half Kelowna: Valllc Royal.. Wendy Whir. laker, Cslqary. Half Arabian Weslnrn Pleasure; 51'fllans Crnfennlal Miss, Carolynrm McKenzie, Suf- ar, Mike V.'tiClihan, Edmonlon. Yearling Half Arabian Filly: Wc8 Mo'Jia. June Ha mil Ion; Hadiyanna, ___. Arsons, Lelhbrldge; G a 11 a L. Commancht', Dr. Kluiak. Pure brer! Yearling Colt: Thunder Day, Charles Hubschmld, DowclQn; Gallant Com. Dr. K I u 7. a k, Two-year-old Purebred coll: Thunderman, Dr. Klu- C c n I u r y, ROHC t Dnfr, Dr. Cordon Kluzak. Cnlnnry Purebred Trail Horse: Ihn HAfhfnn, TtiDf Holdings, Durbltill, Rolo Zabia Hnciiya, Allan Cameron Bare- back Dollar uiil Vaiiio Royal, Wendy Wliillaker; UHombre, Carol Whitlakcr. English Equilatlon Child, H lo 17 years: Ex L Ghazsm, Jack Reid; Dur- (adl, Dr. Hair Araliian fnnlir.h Open: Sular, Austin WfteM- han, June Ala Lad, Gladys Bilnerl. Purcljrod Western Pleasure, Open: Harvey Shcflel Calgary; Raydan, Dwinhl Ward. Purebred English Pleasure, Junior horse: Bent Galore, Doug Reid; Ray, dan, Dwighl Wartl. Purebred English Open: Taro Ibn Wiiii II, Dr. Silver Count, Leah Lucas, Calgary. HalF Arabian Western Plea- June Ala Lad, Gladys Seiner t, Darrel Slone. Cranbrook; Shntars Cen- tennial Miss, Carol ynnc McKaniie. ar, Mike Whelihan. Purebred Western pleasure: Vallie Royal. Wendy Whit. taker, Calgary; Raytlan, Dwiyht Wardi Kalispel Purebred Nnlivc Costume: Savoy, Tom Bell, De Winlon; ibn Weg- aliw Manuel Bauskn, Kalispel. Weslcrn Pleasure, Chinook members only: Lor Nor Tabema, Harold Win- ters, River; Slil.ins Cenlennial Miss, Carolynne McKenile. Purebred Park Horse: Silver Charm, Dr. Allen; Sundown W. Shawnee, Debbie Court. wright, Calgary. English Pleasure, Ju. nltv Rider: Pars )bw Witit n, Dr. Kluzak; Ramlk, Dr. Kluzak. Four years and ot-pr Half Arabian Mare: Tallatara Dabc, Noruerr Char- bonncau, Kallspcll. Mont.; Franca, Theima Jenkins, Edmonlon. Purebred Western Pleasure: Sinnafada, Cal Gelr, Half-Arabian Filly: Nuasma Gamla, W.iyrie Lyon, Wnnlrtn; Wee Annie, June Ha mi 1 1 on. Three year old Half Arabian Filly: Sundl Su, Charles schmld; c-auli Schelienrade, Slan For- rior, Cdnionlon. Model Purebred Arabian; Silver Cen- tury, Robert Lindsay; Wildjvood Koch. ar, Cd Fricsen, Saskatoon. Purebred Gel ol Sire: Silver DrIM, Robert Lind- say; Wildwotxl Kcehar, Ed Frlcsen. Produce cf Purebred Arabian Dam: Say Apaclie, Dr. Allen, Taber; Day Drcnk, Chic Miller, Olds. Fnur years and over Purebred stal- lion: Silver Century, Robert Lindsay, Clareshoim; Gallant Drill, Or Kluzak. Two and Ihroe.year-old Purebred Gel- Im aqe, Barr Parkland; Wib Ra, ley, Edmonlm. Four years and Purebred Gelding: Raydan, Dwighl Ward, KaliSDOll; Ex. l_ Ghaiam, Dwg Reid, ClareEholin. Haf.Arablan English Pleasure, Mai- den; Tarafah, Bcmnle Holub, Edmon- ton; Sufar, Auslln Whelihan. English Pleasure, Chinook Members Only: Lori Parsons; Tanafdfia, Don- na Pa van; Sunnyslde. Purebred Eng- lish Pleasure, Owner lo Ride, Silver Count, Leah Lucas, Raydan, Dwighl Ward. WcElern Pleasure, Junior Rider: Ra- mlk, Dr. Kluzak; Vallie Royal, Wendy Whitaher. Half-Arabian English Plea- sure Make: Sufar, Austin Whelihani June Ala Lad, Gladys Belnc-rt. Novelty Coslume Class, Junior Rider: Tocra, zaan, Mar-sha-la Arabians, Taber. Na Ralyls, I W Bar Arabians, Parkland. Two-year-old Halt-Arabian Gelding: Timco NlcJc Toonslra, Edmonlonf Cennamon. R D. Lindsay. Three-Year, Old Half-Arabian Gelding: Ra Tut. Barry Tliacker, Cranbrook; Aztec Gold Joy Rose, Irvine Four n d PURCHASE A NEW... Prowler or Terry TRAVEL TRAILER AND RECEIVE EQUALIZER HITCH INSTALLED ON YOUR CAR (HfTCH SIZE ACCORDING TO SIZE OF TRAILER PURCHASED) Regular Retail O C .00 Value of ALL PROWLER AND TERRY TRAILERS ARE NOW FULLY Prowler "The Col's Meow" 16 R. to 24 R. Terry "Wherever the 4 Winds Blow" 16 Ft lo 26 Ft. (CANADIAN STANDARDS ASSOCIATION) INSPECT THESE USED UNITS IN STOCK NOW! 1970 FT. MOBILCRAFT Deluxe. Pressure water system, monomofic toiler, healer, J way fridge. 3 way lights. ileep4 6, twin propano tanki, 3 burner stove with oven, e brakes, exfra clean. Reg. SPECIAL.............., 2850 1969 17 FT. SKIPPER 2 way fridge, heater, 3 burner sto storm windows, pressure water sys- tem, 1 propane bottles, 3 way lights, eloclric >lecpi 6, very clean. SPECIAL............ re with oven, foifef, 2195 1967 17 FT. MOBIICRAFT 2 way fridge, heater, toilet, 3 burner rango and aleeper, twin propane bodies, 3 way lilos, electric brakes, preisura wot- V er system. Reg. GOOD USED UNITS COMING IN DAILV AS TRADES ON OUR NEW PROWLER AND TERRY UNITS. rango and oven, 6 1995 1962 15 FT. SCAMPER 3 burner range with oven, sleeps 6, dry water hook- up, ice box, 3 way lights, good unit. SALE F water hook- 995 BANK OR IAC FINANCING GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE WE EVEN TAKE CASH SALES 2910 Isf Ave. S., East of Gov't. Elevators Phono 327-1233 MIRK XLOVANSKT Open Monday thro Friday 3 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday ft a.m. to 6 p.m. LEN LILLY Over H Gelding! -firdu, Ceil and Darlcnc Gctz; June Ala Lad. Gladys Bienerf. and Reserve Champion Hnlf-Arahian Gelding: Sardu, Cal and DarlDiie Gr-tz; June Ala Lad, Gladys Sfcriorr. Half-Arabian Get at Pi-r.-bred Will-0-Mar Arabians, Ta'byr. Purobed Englisli Plcaiuro, Mdldpn: S r I v e r Couni. Leal Mountain Ferrler, Edmnnton. Purebred Nalive Costume, O n e n; Ibn Mr and Mrs. Bausks, Savoy, Harvey Shellel, Year- ling Purebred Filly: Exquiaile Lndy, Dr. Allen; Kochars Felina, Wunder Bar Arabians, Saskatoon. rebred Comblnaiion Clas5, 5a' Shoflel; Sunrinwn W. Shaw and Lead: W. 0. Meren, Sunny Glen Farms, Vulcan; Day Bl, Bnrry Thacker, Bow Island. Western Pairs, Open: Vallie Royal and L'Hombre, Wendy and Caro) Wrilt- nkpr; Ramik nnd Durfardl, Dr. Klu- zak; Purebred Native Costume, Mres and Geldings: Sundown W. Shawnee, Debbie Courlwright; Dhellan, Tl Lor Arabians. Purebred English Pleasure Stake: Silver Count, Leah Lucas; Sa- voy, Harve Shrtel. Hall-Arabian Driv- bridge. WuElern P I G a s u r a Slake: Mn'tuk, Darrel Stone, C r a n- brook.; June Ala Lad, Gladys Bionert. brook.; June la ad, Gl Junior Pleasure Driving, Four years Kelowna; ibn Halhfan, iW Holdinas' Purebred Native Costume, Slake: Ibn Ncqatlw, Mr. ond Mrs. Bauska: 5a- Ma: Ma TUK, Drrcl Stone. Flag Picking: Hugo, Linda OsT; Chcrckl, Mn. 0. nurebr cd Western, Pleasure, Stnkc: Rnyclan, Dwifjht Ward; Ibn Negaliw, Mr. and Mrs, M. Busk, Clay soil can be used There are two methods of coping with heavy clay soil in a garden. Ideally, tliey should be iiwd together, says P. D. McCalla, head of the Alberta department of agriculture's horticultural branch. Several Lethbridge home-owners havo complained of exceptionally heavy clay-typo soil in yards. The most effective, but also the most expensive, method is to work sand, manure or peal moss into the soiL This may, or may not, be practical, depending upon the size of tho area. The second method is recom- rnendrd for situalions wJicrfl the first is Loo expensive. It entails digging three to four- fooL wide strips to Liu; dcplh ol spado nnd 1fi to inch-wide undug sti'ips in be- t'-vecn- The strips that, have been dug should he loft exposed to I ho sun and raked periodically to prevent tho wet soil From shrinking and baking. When, these strips have dried out, the undug strips can bo handled in the sanui way, or they can ho left for walking areas between tho seodbods. ;