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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta BELIEVE IT OR NOTI 17 dayi of fun In the tun In South America, Vlilt placet like Lima, Buenoi Alrei, und Rio de Janeiro. Hotel Included only For furlher detalli contact: ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE WEST END PHONE 328-3201 or 316-8104 The letKbridge Herald SECOND SECTION Lethbridge, Alberta, Saturday, September 11, 1971 PAGES 17 TO 32 ll'l a GREAT DAY SERVE EVERYONE'S FAVORITI (Special Prices on Bulk Ordert) ERICKSEN'S 2021 3rd Ave. S. Ph. 328-8161 1705 M.M. Drive Ph. 328-7751 Teachers, trustees at odds Lelhbridge and Medicine Hal teachers, school boards and conciliation board made no pro gress in negotiations Friday leaving both cities' teachers without contracts. The conciliation board, with chairman Tom Walsh, of Cal- gary will write Us award anc present it to the teachers anc school boards later this month for their vote. If either party rejects the award, the only remaining ac- tions are further face-to-face bargain'g or a strike action. University death name released Jerry Blackmer, 23, of Coal- dale was killed Friday while putting a boiler into place in the physical education complex at the University of Lethbridge. He was taken to St. Mich- ael's Hospital after the accident at a.m. but died shortly after arrival. The coroner said an inquest will be held as soon as possible but that no date has been set. It was the first serious acci- dent U of L construction pro- jects have had. Guilty plea in shooting FRANK A Manitoba man pleaded guilty in Pincher Creel provincial court Friday to the charge of wounding with intent Leslie Norman Harrie, 23 re- ceived a four-monlh sentence to be served at the Lethbridge Correctional Institute for wound ing Allan Clifford Shorting, 19 also from Manitoba, with a small calibre rifle. The incident occurred at railway camp near Frank early Friday. Shorting was treated at the Crowsnest Pass Hospital for a flesh wound in the shoulder anc released. MOVING? AGENTS FOR ALLIED VAN LINES Fine style shown in jumping class. Wilson Pholo attend Rotary Horse Show By GARRY ALLISON Herald Staff A near capacity crowd of over witnessed another ar- tistic and colorful performance of the seventh annual East Lethbridge Rotary Horse Show last evening at the Exhibition Pavilion. Events ranging from jump ing to costume classes a n from Shetland ponies to the ma jestic Tennessee Walking horse, filled the three hour program. Once again, as has been the case in years past, it was the Tennessee Walkers that stole iie show. Ebony's Royal Heir, exhibit cd by Art Harlow of Whitefish high stepped his way into the winners circle. Shad? y, with ornier Gladys Fer ree up, took the second place ribbon in this closely contestec ivent. Eight classes were run of Friday afternoon before a small crowd of 200 Young Pat Siflon of Calgary entered two horses in the In- errnediatc Jumping Class anr ivalkec1 off with first and second >lace in the event. I Miss Sifton guided Royal LETHBRIDGE ORGAN CENTRE "Eminent 906 1st Ave. South Phone 327-1443 IETHBRIDGE PHONE 'N' EAT Weekend Special! FOR 4 TO 6 PERSONS SUNSHINE ALBERTA FRIED CHICKEN -FRENCH FRIES -CORN FRITTERS -DINNER ROLL -SWEET 'N SOUR SAUCE CASH and CARRY 3.75 Jus! Call 327-0240 or 327-2297 LOTUS Across from Ihe CPR Depot Number flround the course Lhree times in a faultless per- formance and earned the red ribbon. Her other mount, Ice- cap, also had faultless rides but toured the course in a slower time and finished second. In the single Harness Pony class Harmony's Parader, en- tered by Gow's Pony Farm of DeWinton, took home top hon- ors. A Coaldale horse, Scharlani, shown by Mary and John Fa- ber eanied the red ribbon in the Arabian Pleasure Eng- lish Equipment Class. One of the outstanding events I on the afternoon program was the Fine Harness Amateur; Class. Bourbon's Carbon Copy, prnud, spiriled animal ownei by Gordon Fletcher of Dids- bury captured top spot while Iron Horse Success, entered by Cathy Mushel of Big Arm, Mont, placed second. Tn the Stock Horse Open was taken by the Bar G Ranch I ridden by Albert Kley of Cal team of Regina. I gary- The Open Performance Jump- ing, an always popular class, was won by Evelyn Jensen of Raymond for Uie third year in a row. She rode Sheila S i s s over the course for a faultless ride during a jump off. Sec- ond place was taken by Sedan, Nostalgia tonight Open Weekdayi 7 a.m. 2 a.m. Sundayi 1] o.rn. 9 p.m. Class Dick Clark of Lcthbridge gained judge Robert H. Lewis' approval aboard Clark's King in the keenly contested event. Mary Ann Mushel of Big Arm rode Dr. Doolittle to vic- tory in the large Open Hack, 18 years and over class. T. A. Belts of Brooks showed Pogo Mack to full advantage and captured the Quarter Horse (Pleasure) Class while Mrs. Dick Clark of Lelhbridge was second atop her horse, Charlie Boy. The Lethbridge Commun i t y CoIIege Equestrian Team pre- sented a fine display of preci- sion riding, liighlighted by team instructor Dee Olsen and his :iorse Midget. Midget showed he gathering a series of intri- cate tricks. The lively stepping Single fondster Pony Class was ta- ren by Fernwood Frisco of the Bar G Ranch, Regina while another Bar G Ranch en- ry, Bar G Double Delight, took second and rounded out the af- crnoon's cvenls. Bourbon's Carbon Copy re- scalcd his afternoon's perfor- mance as lie again captured the Harness Class white the Shetland Pony Tandem event ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Cittlflsd Dinlol Mechanic Mitrapolllan eldB.-3IB.409I An added feature of tonight's I East Lethbridge Rotary Horse Sliow will be a nostalgic event for followers of the horse show over the past four years. For, after competing in Class 82, (Tennessee Walking one of the show ring's classi- est horses, Shady Lady, will be retired. Shady Lady, ridden by her trainer Wallace Gregg or shown by her owners, Dr. and Mrs. V. D. Ferree of Kalispell. has won the hearts and won the applause of show fans ever since her first appearance in Lethbridge four years ago. The beautiful, high spirited animal is 14 years of age and has captured numerous ribbons in the show rings of North Am- erica. Never beaten as an ama- Iciir. Shady Lady has finished as high as sixth place in world championship class. It will be a great loss to the Rotary Show lo lose such a fine showlady as this. It is, however, filling Hint the Ferree family should choose to retire Shady Lady during Ihe Letb- britlgc Rotary Horse show where the many, many people who appreciate great liorses have come lo love this proud animal. Fire inspections During the month of August, the Fire Department Insiwctcd 407 homes north of 7lh St. N. and cast of I3ih St. N. The inspectors visilcd 72-1 tonics in the area. Two-bun, drcd sevenly-one people were not home and -jfi refused lo have Iheir houses inspected. Great Scott, a classy looking Chestnut entered by K Lyn Sta bles of Didsbury and ridden by Sandra Van Aalst took the red ribbon in the Five Gaitcd Sad- dle Horse event. Chivalry went by the boards in Uie rope race as the only lady entered was eliminated 01 the first try with the cvenlua winner being Pogo Mack, en- tered by the Rafter Nine Sta bles of Brooks. Bill Renard, a cutting horse competitor for many years, won Iiis favorite event atop his fine cutting horse, Connie Kilo- bar. He later unbridled his ani- mal and showed the apprecia- tive crowd bow the horse work- ed unaided. The Tennessee Walking Horse (Plantalion Amateur) Class sa Sage, ridden by Ken Hudson of Letlibridge, come out on top. Pogo Mack once again earn- ed a ribbon, this time a first place one, as he carried his ri- der, T. A. Belts of Brooks, to first place in the Dirty Thir- ties Class. Dick Clark of Letb- bridgs was second. A rider must be born prior lo 1930 in order to enter this event. Brilliance and glitter abound- ed in the Parade Horse Class taken by Roy J. Larson, of Kal- ispell aboard his gaily bedeck- ed horse, Campus Knight. An Idaho competitor, Pearl Irwin. rode her horse, Gay's Anaca- cho Miss to second spot and drew Ihe evening's performance lo a successful conclusion. SHOW SIDELIGHTS Tlw East Rotary Club hosted a group of young visitors from the Dorothy Gooder School during the afternoon show judging from their enthusiasm they enjoyed themselves im- mensely Mesdames Ruth Chcssor. Evelyn Mills, Liz Pa- van Lynn Bide formed the official entry parly as they en- lercd the ring in one of Don Remington's antique carriages The Swordsman and his owner rider C.ipt. Roy J. Lar- son once again thrilling the crowd with expert Dressage movements Tonight is (he final performance for this years show and gets underway at Nomination Day Sept. 15 Many contenders appear for Oct. civic election With the Sept. 15 deadline for nominations in the civic elec- tion coming up next week, the field o[ candidates is growing, despite some early dropouts. Three candidates who unsuc- cessfully sought the support of the Civic Government Associa- tion at a meeting Wednesday have indicated they will not run. Canice Verlindcn said she would not seek a position on the public school board. Her husband, Stan Verlinden, gain- ed CGA support in running for reelection to the Municipal Hospital board. Tony Yackulic is "definitely" out of the election. He had in- tended to run for the hospital board. Another unsuccessful candi- date is not quite so definite. Grant Woolley said he had "no present intentions" of running for the public school board, but had made no final decision. Of the olliers who will not run under the CGA banner, Leo 1971 United Appeal starts on Monday The UrJlco Appeal Campaign opens Monday wilh a commii menl to 16 local agencies o a rise of frorr last year. Lcthtridge residents will once again have an opportun ity in the days ahead to help these agencies help people wh< through illness, accident o misrorlune, do not get a fair share of life's benefits. Agencies assisted by Uni- ted Appeal are the following: Canadian Red Cross, Cana- dian Paraplegic Society, Ca- nadian Mental Health As- sociation, Jotm Howard So- ciety, YMCA, Salvation Army, St. John Ambulance, Navy League, Multiple Scle- rosis Society, Lethbridge Family Service, Girl Guides, Victorian Order of Nurses, Canadian National Institute for the Blind, YWCA, Boy Scouts, Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society. The drive will be patternec after former years, with a house-to-house blitz on 0 c t 4, and a canvass of personne in stores, industries and busi ness offices. The household canvass which this year is under the chairmanship of Leona Hop- kins, contacts only those per Condition still serious A victim of a two-car collision Wednesday remains in serious condition in St. Michael's Gen- eral Hospital today. The injuries to Mrs. Florence Douglas, 80 of 1322 6th Ave. N were caused when the car she was driving was in collision with another car at Mayor Magralh Drive and lOlh Ave. S. The accident claimed the lifi of another elderly woman, a passenger in Mrs. Douglas' car. PERMITS ISSUED The building department is- sued permits for construction of single family residences to- talling during the week of Sept. 7 to 10. No permits were issued for commercial structures. CLIFF BLACK, Certified Denial Mechanic BLACK DENTAL LAB Lower Level MEDICAL DENTAL BLDG. PHONE 327.2822 Lethbridge Window Cleaners "20 Years of Sci PHONE 327-1037 SMILEY'S PLUMBING BASEMENT BATHROOMS REMODELLING Phone 328-2176 COMPLETE AIR CONDITIONING FEDOR'S REFRIGERATION Ph. 327-5816 C A Sheet Mefal Ph. 328-5973 sons who do not contribute at Singer says he has not yet de- cided if he will run for city council; student Tony Dimnik says he will; and financial plan- ner Did; Bateman will run for a spot on (he hospital board. To dale, five candidates have deposited their nomination pa- pers wilh Ihe cily clerk Includ- ing separate school board in- cumbent Paul Matisz, Alder- man Vauglian Hembroff, seek- ing re-election without affilia- tion, lawyer Franklin Peta for separate school board, Mr. Bateman for the hospital board and Reg Turner for the public school board. Other candidates so far are: city council, Camm Barnes, Vera Ferguson, C. W. Chichesler, Steve Kotch, John Jones, Hal Hoffman, Bill Ker- gan, Tommy Ferguson and Mayor Andy Anderson; the hospital boards, John Moreland, Don LeBaron, their place of business the Elaine Thicker and Bill Skel- widoTed, elderly and the re-! ton; tired. I public school board, Bill Brown, Johnson, Campaign chairman for this year is Ernie Morley McGill Lawson with handling the Doug Dong Card, Carl Alaslair Mont, Dr. McPhcrson. Dorothy publicity. President of the Uni-1 Beckel, and Lcn Wright; led Appeal for the J97L term is j separate school board, Harry Cox. I Eric Schili and John Boras. Tourist trade was heavy More tourists from the Uni- ted States holidayed in south- ern Alberta than ever before says Lethbridge tourism direc- tor Frank Smith. Mr. Smith, manager of the Travel and Convention Associa- .1011 of Southern Alberta said his resulted in an overcrowd- ng of camp and trailer facil- ties at poak times during the .ourist season. Alberta's wide open spaces and clean air drew most of the .ourisls including large num- bers of Eastern Canadians, he said. The number of tourists tra- 'elling with camping gear and n trailers has also increased. Mr. Smith said while Alberta is fortunate to have a network free government campsites t may also prove to be a hin- dernnce in the future. Wilh the increasingly com- petitive nature of tourist pro- motion, larger and better facil- ties are required. The free government camp- liles inhibit investors f r o m de- 'eloping the more elaborate iites needed, Mr. Smith said. There are three categories of ourists who visit this area at different times during tie tourist season. The first rush consists pri- marily of young families with children, followed in mid-sea- son by more affluent middle- age people. The retired or semi retired tourists flock into the area near the end of (lie season, he said. Although each category usu- ally constitutes the majority of vacationers in the area during a given time (here is a good cross section of others at tin same time. see us for fosr, cxgerf PHOTO Anglo Distributors Slereo Photographic Centrt 419 5lh Street South Phone 32S-69JJ LOVE AFFAIRS ARRANGED Be A Bigamist Buy Two You will fall ins Ian I Iy for iho superb styling, magnificent louch, fully variable slops offering a mulliluck' of effect! lo the two keyboards. The ilelicale bul magnificent electronics of thij instrument makes if possible lo offrr o live year written replacement guarantee ihf in the industry. 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