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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Colorful night at Rotary Horse Show By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff Color was tlio byword during the second evening of the East Lclhbridge Rotary Horse Show as two brilliantly turned out costume classes wero included on the program. The glitter and brilliance of the parade horse, open class, proved to as sparkling arid showy as everyone had antici- pated. Gaily bedecked in a blue out- fit, and astride a silver-studded black saddle, Don Manning of Poison, Mont, was the popular winner o( the event atop his horse Oak Leaf Genius. Second place in the colorful class went to Don Irwin of Didsbury and his horse Bourboii Dale. The appreciative audience at the Exhibition Pavilion en- joyed class 65, the Appaloosa Indian costume class. All types of Indian regalia were on par- ade and it made for an inter- esting class. Roy O'Sullivan of Fort Mac- leod, the eventual winner astride Macleod M Spots, was impressively turned out as an Indian chief in full costume. Second went to Eddie Byam of Lethbridge and his mount, Dia- mond Bar J. An always popular class, the Tennessee Walking Horse, open, was taken by proud, high-step- ping Queen's Li'] Joe, shown to perfection by Robert Kcyscr of Poison, Mont, Another Poison entry, this one by Elhna M. Kriesen, Gold Rush Rocky, took the second place ribbon. Evelyn Jensen of Raymond, who had the crowd coaxing her on as she in turn coaxed Shiela Sis around the jumping course with a shrill "up" at each jump, liad a faultless ride and won the open performance jumping. Texas, with John Simpson of Calgary up, second with only four faults while third place went of Granum as Jamie through to Hans Hansma he guided Go a nine fault round. The five and saw two teams entered by the Lethbridge Community Col- lege come out on top. First place was taken by Dee Olsen and Roxanne Degenstein while second spot went to Shellee Reeder and Walter Degcnstein, Roxanno's father. Once again the Al Azhar Mounted Patrol from Calgary put on a dazzling display of horsemanship and their efforts won the approval of the spec- tators. Two entries by Grant T. Keith of Regina finished first and third in the single roadster pony class. Bar G Double De- light took the red ribbon while Bar G Mighty Swell was In second spot was an enlry by the Bar T L Ponies of Great Falls. The fine harness open class classy, high stepping gaited horse event was won by a beautiful horse called Gay's Anaeaho Miss, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Bartle Weber of Idaho. Jack Newman, of Great Falls, Mont., rode Ebony Fire- fly in the class and earned the second place ribbon. CHARIOT KACES Adding a wild and woolly fla- vor to the evening were the ex- citing pony chariot races as they around course. hooped and their figure hollered eight The Shetland Pony tandem, where the high-stepping little ponies can really their class, was won by the Grant T. Keith of Regina entry much to the delight of the 900 tors on hand. In the green jumper final the only perfect round was turned in by Ross Howell of Poison, Mont, aboard Audio. There was a three-way tic for second spot. Class 61, pairs under English saddle, was a competitive class Strom retirement plans not expected for awhile There was no talk of the re- tirement of Social Credit lead- er Harry Strom or of federal election tactics at an Alberta Socred caucus meeting in Ed- monton Friday said Dick Gruenwald (SC-Lcthbridge There has been speculation since the defeat of the Strorri Social Credit government in August, 1971 that Mr. Strom's term as party leader might be coming to an end. Mr. Strom has said that he will not lead the Alberta So- creds into the next provincial election. Mr. Gruenwald said he does not expect any discussion of Mr. Strom's retirement until at least the end of the fall ses- sion of the legislature which be- gins Oct. 25. As to provincial Socred strat- egy for the Oct. 30 federal el- ection, the Lethbridge ML A FEEDERS FARMERS WELDERS HANDYMEN HOMEOWNERS We carry a complete iloek of STEEL IN HATS ANGLES CHANNELS BEAMS WIDE FLANGES RAILS ROUNDS SQUARES PLATES SHEETS RECTANGULAR AND SQUARE TUBING REINFORCING STEEL WIRE MESH PIPE GALORE FOR FENCE POSTS CLOTHESLINE POtES CARPORT COLUMNS OR FOR ANY OTHER USE YOU MAY HAVE. TONS TO CHOOSE FROM Bring in your truck and load up ot bargain prices We also deliver locally Bring in youf scrap sleol cast iron barlerles radj'alon capper brasl and gcr rhe belt trade value ever also pay tashl VARZARI IRON LTD. STEEL YARD LOCATION 2808 2nd Ave. N. SCRAP LOCATION 3402 2nd Avc. N. said "the party lias taken the position that everyone just do what he or she individually sees fit to do." The Alberta Progressive Con- servative party has apparently taken a more active role in the coming federal elect ion ca m paign with Premier Peter Lough eed's announcement in January that the provincial Tory part: would work to deliver all 19 Al seats in the House Commons to Robert Stanfield's federal Conservatives. At present the Conservatives hold 15 seats in the Common! and the Liberals hold the othei four. Just what Premier Lougheed's strategy will be, however has not been spelled out. The premier is currently on a trade mission to Japan. Mr. Gruenwald said the ma jor event at the Friday Socrec gathering was a testimonial lun cheon for 0 rvi s Kennedy, 65 who retired Sept. 1 as execu tive director of the provinci, Social Credit league. Rock groups here Sunday One of Canada's biggest roc groups, Lighthouse, will ente tain Sunday at the Pavilion beginning at 8 p.m. Also playing in the concei will be the Flying Circus from Australia. Tickets ETC available at Lei; tcr's, Musicland, Marcel' Smoke Shop, Statutory Grape Doug's Records and Sports an at the door. Doors open at p.m. as won by Bourbon's Carbon shown by RoyaUa Stab- Mill Bay, B.C. Jack New- tan's Firefly's Fairy from reat Falls was second. Tonight's final performance ets under way at and romis'cs to be a gala illi many top classes slated. I DELIGHTS l.ethbridge Community ollege Equestrian team, enter- ark developers have had get- ing money from Central Mort- jage and Housing Corporation, hs banks and other lending in- stitutions, he said. AHC terms are more attrac- tive than OMHC terms, ha said. The AHC has also this year established "guidelines" for the development of mobile home parks, said Weatherup. While the guidelines are not 'hard and fast law" governing mobile home park develop- ment, they will help to upgrade park standards, he said. Daylight Time ends Oct. 29 Mountain Daylight Time wil be officially discontinued al midnight, Oct. 29, leaving Uie sun its normal rising and set ting times until the first Sunday in April, 1973. In 49 days, you would be ad vised to set your watch bad one hour, or find yourself ar riving one hour before everyoni else. THE ALBERTA CHIROPRACTIC ASSOCIATION congratulates and welcomes DR. DAVID G. IRWIN in the opening of his office for the practise of chiropractic in the City of Lethbridge at 1019 3rd AVENUE SOUTH Office Phone 327-1118 Residence 328-7179 Mr. Weatherup would not re- veal the agenda of the regular by-monthly meeting of the AHC' in Edmonton Monday saying' matters are of a confidential nature at this time. Incorporated Tiie Canadian Corps of Com- missionaires has been incorpor- ated under the Companies Act of Alberta, announces Company Sergeant-Major Leland Harri- son, in charge of the detachment of commissionaires. The corps is a national organ- ization with personnel restrict- ed to ex-servicemen. The incorporation includes sub title, Southern Alberta, which covers the area of oper- ation from Red Deer to the U.S. border. NEVV CAREER OPPOiTONITY! V Thousands are earning good money In )he fast-growing field of professional income tax service, The is in- teresting and satisfying. And the demand for trained consultants is increasing each year. H R Canada's Largest Income Tax Serv- teach you their exclusive methoei of preparing income tax returns, in a special 12 v.eek tuition Supervision'by experienced Block instructors'." Course covers the new Income Tax lows, Iheory, end applicalion cs practiced in H R Block offices from coast to coast. 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