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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta AMSTERDAM ONLY S283 RETURN EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER T, 1972 travel arrangements and information contact ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALI PHONE 328-3201 The LetHbtidge Herald SECOND SECTION Leihbridge, Alberta, Friday, September 8, 1972 PAGES 11 TO 22 NOW IN OUR NEW LOCATION CECIL OXENBURY DISPENSING OPTICIANS LTD. 101 PROFESSIONAL BLDG. 740 4th AVE. S. PHONE 328-712! "Do you far spare pair of g holiday Tricky new event adds sparkle TO eighth annual show Greener) Photo Continues tonight., Saturday Rotary Horse Show thrills 800 By GARRY AIJ.ISON Herald Slalf The eighth annual East Leth- bridge Rotary Horse Show got off to a gala beginning Thurs- day evening at the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion. The prestigious affair was of- ficially opened by former Al- berta premier Harry Strom. Also in the official party were Mrs. Strom and East Leth- bridge Rotary Club president Dr. J. E. McTavlsh and his wife Mary. A new event to the renowned Lethbridge s h o w, featuring horses from the United States CLIFF BLACK, Certified Dental Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAI MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. Lower Level PHONE 327-2822 PHARMACY FACTS FROM O. C. STUBBS If you seem to perspire more than tlie average person, and underarm perspiration is a real problem in hot weather, an ef- fective, all-wealher deodoranl will help great- !'y live deodorant wil Tue deodorant will I do two things for I you. it will (I) 3stop perspiration Sand then O.) go 'on to prevent odor. You'll find both of these properties in a deodorant we carry called Mi'.chum. Mi t chum actually contains antiperspir- ants which act to tighten the skin pores stemming the flow of perspiration. And Mitchum also contains a germicide which neu- trab'zes skin bacteria which are the most common cause of per- spiration odor. We're glad to recommend Mitchum for the perspiration problem, in a cream, roll-on or spray. Why be like the man who jumped on his horse and rode off in atl directions? Just re- member that Stiibbs Pharmacy is always your best place to "Say Hello To A Good Buy" at 1506 9th Avo. S., of course. Open daily a.m. to p.m. Sundays and Holidays 12 noon to p.m. anci all the western provinces, was the team of three jumping, and it caught the fancy of the 800 people on hand. In this event three horses Lour a jumping course, first in single file, then two abreast with one horse trailing, and then climax the event by clear- ing the final jump three abreast. Tho event was won by the Galbraith family, Melanie and Drew and married sister Eve- lyn Jensen of Raymond. They toured Ihe course in grand style and only picked up S'4 faults. Second wilh faults were Diane, Carol and Susan Gilles- pie of Great Falls, Monl. COSTUMES The colorful costumes class, by former agriculture minister L. C. Halmrast, fea- tured everything from a parson to a gun sluiger and his dance hall girl. Mountain men, the whole dang family, an Indian chief, school kids and police also found their way into the class. When the judge had com- pleled his difficult task it was Monty Wesley of Granum, a N.W.M. Policeman, who took the first place ribbon. Mountain man Larry Grant of Fort Mac- leod was second. Tho competition in the open performance jumping class proved extremely keen. Shiela Sis and Go Jamie were RELIEVES CAS PAINS 1969 VAUXHAll Special 1968 DATSUN 1600 195 1970 TOYOTA 1900 1969 VW DELUXE 2 1972 VW CAMPERS SPECIALLY PRICED RAEWOOD MOTORS LTD. 3rd Ave. and 14th St. S. Sales 328-4539 Car lot 328-4356 tied with only four faults apiece fter three rounds but Shiela is was named tlie winner as he completed the course in 34 econds compared with a time f 44 seconds for Go Jamie. Evelyn Jensen, Raymond vas astride Shiela Sis while ranum's Hans Hansma rode o Jamie. RAMAN PLEASURE Suh-D a a 1, owned by M. Barnes and A. Grad of Okotoks, riumphed over a large entry and took the Arabian pleasure, vestern class. Second was Sun- lown-W-S h a w n e e ridden by Debbie Courtright oE Calgary. The single pony under fine larness class was taken by Bar 1 Starlight, owned by Grant ieith, Hcgina. Mrs. Percy lolmes, Sundre, placed second vith her classy little pony, Sil- 'er El Diamond. Sizzling Sixty Six was the popular of the Tennes- see Walking Horse, plantation amateur class and was ridden ly Mrs. Donald Fabro of Kim- >erley, B.C. Second spot wenl o Merryboy's Trouble T wilh Frank S. Smilh of Lethbridge up. In the showy five-gaited class t was an entry by Mr. Mrs. Bartle Weber of Idaho lay's Anacliro Miss, that took :he first place ribbon. Seconc went to Ebony Firefly of the Jack Newman Stables, Greal Falls, Mont. The M. Barnes and A. Grac entry of Suh-Daal won its sec [n Observance of the JEWISH NEW YEAR PROGRESS CLOTHING LTD. 112-114 5th STREET SOUTH WILL BE CLOSED SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th and will re-open for business Monday, September llth at a.m. Services set for Jewish New Year Special services are schedul- ed for the weekend at the Belh Israel Synagogue in observence of the Jewish new year that be- gins at sunset today. Services will be conducted by Cantor A. Eisenberg of Cal gary, at tonight, and Sat urday and Sunday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. and to 8 p.m. Hosh Hashanah, according to Jewish tradition Ihe annivers- ary of the world's creaiicn, wil continue to suiiset Sunday marking the beginning of the year 5733. The religious festival begins a period of solemnity and pen ifence for the Jewish people concluding 10 days laler o Yom Kippur, the day o atonement. The Beth Israel Synagogui will incorporale a special mem orial into the Saturday service for the 11 Israeli Olympic ath letes who were killed Tuesday in Munich, Germany. nd red ribbon ot the evening Arlene Grad rode her horse nto the winners circle in thi adies side saddle class. Casui wilh Bobbi Nigaard o Vhitefish, Mont, in the saddl ilaced second. The three-gaited, amateur :lass, returning to the loca show line after a lengthy ab sence, was won by Bourbo Dale of D-Jay Stables, Dids iury while Dandy Reveler, K Stables, also of Calgarj was next in line. The Tennessee Walkin horse, amaleur, class Queen's Li'l Joe, ridden by Rob ert Keys of Poison, Montana win the red ribbon. SIDELIGHTS The double figure-eigh pony chariot races brough shouts of approval from th fans as the diminutive ponie thundered around the course. Organist Harry Baile complimenting Ihe fine sho with background musi throughout the evening's com petitions. The president of the Ea: Lethbridge Rotary Club, D: McTavish and the Exhibitio Board president, Slan Tiffei both addressed the crowd an welcomed them to the sho; The two organizations are c sponsors of the affair. Tlie feature attraction the evening was the Calgarj Shrine Club's Al Azhar Moun ed Patrol. They drew rounds applause as they moved the 20 horses through numerous i tricate manoeuvres. A magnificently restore carriage from the Don Rer ington collection bore the cial party into the flower l> decked showring. The show continues night at and runs all da Saturday starting at 8 a.m. (For detailed results of 11 horse show see Page 22.) Riding roundup Political picture in south has gone out of focus lure in the Trudeau cabinet, successful PC federal candidate The NDP candidate University enrolments are down Enrolments at the Universi of Lethbridge are down fro last year's figures but the tot isn't complete. At the end of registration day, full-time students had been enrolled, compared with last year. However, university officials expect this year's figures to be buoyed slightly by late registrations during the next 10 days. The university also enrolled 262 part-time students for the fall semester and this figure is expected to double before reg- istration closes. By GREG McINTYRE Herald Staff Writer Speculation early this year as that Lethbridge and Crow- o't are "safe" seats for the regressive Conservatives and edicine Hat and Rocky Moun- ln are seats in the House of ommons where Liberal incum- bents will have a fight on their ands. With Prime Minister Trudeau tling the da.te for an election, e picture has gone out of fo- us. Despite a rise in Liberal pop- arity in a survey before the ection call, the appeal of the arious parties in the minds of oters now is a mystery. A new unknown in the polill- al equation is the sudden em- rgence of the New Democratic arty as a power to be reckon- d with. DP STIRRINGS For years Alberta and New- oundland have vied for the du- ious honor of worst province n the NDP strategy book. But ow there are stirrings that tho arty's chances are on Ihe up- wing. Hal Hoffman, the 38-year old ollege instructor running in he Lelhbridge riding, and Glor a McGowan, a striking 23-year Id Nanton ranch wife n Crowfoot, are billed as Al berta's most promising NDP candidales. ,IORE CONFUSION Add to that the down-but-not out Social Credit Party that i talking at this stage of fieldini candidates in all ridings in Bril sh Columiba, Alberta and Sas katchewan and the picture be- comes even more uncertain. Candidates have until Oct. 1 :o file papers to get on the Oc! M ballot. With a few candidates still t re nominated in the four south ern Alberta riduigs, it's to early to give the full picture aut here is how things stand a present. Lethbridge In LeEhbridge, incumben Dean Gundlock is retiring afte holding the seat for the Conse vatives since 1958. The part choice to succeed him is Ke Kurlburt, former mayor of Fo Macleod and an auction owne The NDP candidate is M Hoffman, the first candidate hit the campaign trail in th riding. The Liberals and Socreds Lethbridge have not yet nomL ated candidates. John Boras, the unsuccessf Liberal candidate in the las federal election, a lawyer, an Andy Russell, a Waterton Laki area rancher and author, ai the only two contestants so fa in the running for the Liber nomination scheduled for 8: p.m. Monday at the Civ Sports Centre. 'Several" Socred contestan are expected to that party nomination convention set f Sept. 15 at 8 p.m. at the Civ Sports Centre. The only can{ date to state an intention pu licly is Ruth Landeryou, wife long-time Lelhbridge Socri MIA John Landeryou, also former Calgary MP. Medicine Hat In Medicine Hat, incumbe Bud Olson, Liberal MP sin ]957 and minister of agricu re in the Trudeau cabinet, been renominated. A fight is expected from tlie onservatives who already ve tliree contestants for the mination lo be held al a uble-barrelled c o n v e ntion pt. 1C. The first half will be Taber Community Centre arling wilh registralion at 12 xm. The second half will be Medicine Hat High School iditorium starling wilh regis- ation at 6 p.m. In the race for the Medicine at PC nomination are: Bert argrave, a former Liberal and alsh rancher, currently presi- ent of the Canadian Cattle- en's Association; John Stan- y, a leacher and president of e Medicine Hat Federal PC .ssocialion; and Duane For- yth, a Welling poullry farmer JK! teacher. A possible fourth contestant, urrently out of the country, is buck Meagher, mayor of the lat during the 1960s and un- successful PC federal candidate at the last two elections. He is expected back in Med- icine Hat by Monday. The NDP iu Medicine Hat Is expected to nominate Gary Grimm, an Irvine teacher and brother of a city alderman, at a nomination convention at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the old Moose Hall. The Socreds are still looking for a candidate in the 'Hat and promise a nomination con- vention, but no dale has been set. Walter Strom, the Socred candidate last time and brother of former Alberta premier Har- ry Strom, has said he will not stand. Crowfoot In Crowfoot incumbent Jack Homer, Conservative MP since 1958, has been nominated to run again. U of L winds up opening plans There is an air of excitement xjnneating the atmosphere at he University of Lethbridge as final preparations are com- peted for 00-72, the university's ifficial opening. The opening climaxes more han a year of planning by a 25-member committee which las been meeting "at least once a month" since it was :ormed in May 1971. "Personally, I feel it's going ,o be a very exciting three said Dennis O'Connell, chairman of the organization committee. Organizers are hoping for iridespread public involvement during the weekend of the open- big ceremonies. Dr. Bill Becket, president of the university, said the univer- sity is here to serve people and lie hopes people Mill come to see what is here. "I see the opening as perhaps the best single event for show- tag the university to the he said. "That is why we are opening it. I hope people will lake tliis opportunity to come and see what we have." Public transit buses will be in ample supply and scheduled to coincide wilh evenls during the weekend. Officials said the buses will probably get people here faster and with less dif- ficulty than cars. A number of public events are scheduled for the weekend The convocation Friday af- ternoon, which will see Dr Beckel officially installed as president, is by invitation only. However, a number ot tickets may be available to the genera! public if invited guests are un- able to attend. Tickets for the public lecture Sat'jrday afternoon are free and are available at the university information booth by Ihe main inlrance. Tickets for the Saturday ev ening banquet are almost gone but persons can be put on a vaiting list for the per ion tickets. Officials are hoping to attrac young people to the esis-72 Concert Friday evenin; n the Phsyical Education buiic ing. Tickets are selling for and are available at the usua downtown outlets. There has been a woking of 500 hotel rooms i: .ho city to accomodate out-o! town guests. Dignitaries Include Premie Peter Lougheed, special speak er for the Saturday evening din ner, provincial opposition leat er Harry Strom, Lieutenant Governor Grant MacEwan. LEROY'S PLUMBING GASFITTING SERVICE WORK NEW INSTALLATIONS PHONE 328-8403 BIGELOW FOWLER CLINIC Announces the Association of DR. RONALD LOYER General Practitioner FAMILY EVERY SUNDAY! EXCEUENT FOOD if GRACIOUS SERVICE if SPECIAL CHILDREN'S MENU DINNER MUSIC 6 to 8 p.m. DINE and DANCE TONIGHT AND SATURDAY NIGHT "THE SUNSET 4" 8 TO 12 P.M. NO COVER CHARGE Phone 328-7756 for RcservationsI TWK OCD TWAomOM or ITlMkHM MOaPrrAUTY n 13 riclc: sen's The NDP candidate is McGowan. Jim Green, a Brooks resident and partsman with the County of Newell, was the first Socred candidate nominated in t h 9 province. The Liberal in Crowfoot Is indy McAlister, a Lomond Rocky Mountain In Hocky Mountain the :cond largest riding in Cana- a, running down the western order of Alberta the incum- ent is Allen Sulatycky, a Lih- ral elected with tha Trudeau najority in 1968. Meetings to nominate a Liber- al have been set for Sept. 10 at Vhitecourt, Sept. 11 at Banff and Sept. 12 at 8 p.m. at Blairmore Credit Union Hall. The fight in Rocky Mountain Is being billed as Mr. Sulatycky ersus the PC candidate Joe Clark, a freelance miter from Edson and former assistant to lational Conservative leader Robert Stanfield. The NDP candidate In Rocky ilountain is WMtecourt refin- ery worker Al Cheney. The Socrds in Rocky Moun- ain have no declared contest- ants yet and are talking of a possible mail nomination ballot. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC DENTAL MECHANIC Schwartz Blejg. 222 5lh St. S. 328-4095 Shop Hoyt'i for all yeur CANNING SUPPLIES BLUE ENAMEL Open preserving I kettle-blancher 24 quart, 9 (ar rack cold pak canneri r SUPER SPECIAL 20 QT. 7-JAR RACK COLD PAK CANNERS SUPER SPECIAL Call Housewarei 327-5767 DOWNTOWN fn observance of the JEWISH NEW YEAR Our Store Will Be Closed All Day Saturday, September 9th WESTERN WEAR 303 5th STREET S. PHONE 328-4726 at Camm'sl "EMPRESS" lovely stylo shown Is avoil- ble in Navy Blue Kid under glass wflh suerfe trim, and Black Kid under glass wilh uedo trim. AAA, AA. and B widths. SiTC! 5 Id 11. 'THE TEACHER'S PET" LADIES' JOYCE SHOES "CONDOR" os illustrated. In Pecan, BlacV, and Red Wer Look. "JAMAICA" available in Navy Blue Calf, Brown Calf, and Slack Wot look. CLOUD SOFT ORIGINALS For Irua oil day comfort. Avail- able in Navy Crinkle Patent, Black CrlnMfl Pat- BFack Old Goot, and ChuN ,ney Ofd Goat. our new Fall window dis- play for all fhs stylei. OPEN FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M. .403 5th Street S.. SHOES ;