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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday. Sonlomber 12. 1970 Horse Show Sidelights The second night of Hie East Lethbridge Rotary Horse show, staged in co-operation with the Lethbridge and District Exhibi- tion Board, moved off in smooth fashion. The wives of the directors participated in the official opening ceremonies. The Mes- dames Frank Johansen, Jerry Niwa, Dick Gray and Bob Hironaka rede into the show ring in an antique carriage loaned by the Don Remington family of Cardston. The beautiful floral display In the show ring was saved from certain destruction by the quick thinking of two com- mittee members as they waved their arms frantically, ward- ing off a stray cow in the cut- ting horse competition. Wally Gregg once again cap- tivated the crowd in the Ten- nessee Walker class. Riding his high-stepping Hi-Hat Shady Lady from Kalispell, Montana, Gregg had the full backing of th.2 crowd, despite his second place finish. The Perfecto horses, ridden by Den Weisen and Robert Ward, once again put on a crowd pleasing act. Five Japanese businessmen in southern Alberta on a Japanese Buckwheat mission, (viewing Buckwheat produc- tion in tlu's area) were intro- tte show. RESPLENDENT WINNER Don Irwin of Didsbury, on Bourbon Dale, winner of the parade horse class at the East Lethbridge Rotary horse show, accepts the trophy from Dallas Dogterom. Lethbridse Rotary Horse Show i C? V. Bright For Capacity Audience By GARRY ALLISON Glamor and pageantry reign- ed supreme at Friday evening's edition of the Sixth Annual East Lethbridge Rotary Horse Show in the Lethbridge Exhibition Pavilion. The glitter of the parade horse class and the exciting majesty of the Tennessee Walk- ing horses, plus many other varied events combined to pro- vide the near-capacity crowd with a full evening's entertain- ment. Once again the stirring pace of the Tennessee Walkers cap- tured the crowd's applause. Jack Newman ot Great Falls, Mon- tana, riding the snappy-step- ping Shawdow captured top honors in this event. Hi-Hat Shady Lady with Wally Gregg up placed second with Jokers Chief ridden by Con Ovnicek taking third1 spot. Jorgenson To Judge At Royal For the first time in the his- tory of the Toronto Royal Win- ter Fair in Toronto, a Calgar- jan, Larry Jorgenson has been named one of the two judges in the potato competitions. Mr. Jorgenson is the secre- tary-manager of the Alberta Potato Commission. The other judge named is R. E. Gooden of Toronto. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Cerlified Denial Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 In Class 17, Parade Horse the gayly bedecked horses demonstrated their man- ners and jaunty parade gait. Don Irwin of Didsbury took first, beating out Pearl Invin of Genesse, Idaho and C. M. Peterson of Lethbridge. The high spirited Shetland ponies were featured in two events last night Single Fine Harness (Ladies Driving) and the Tandem event. In the Tandem class Dreis Pony Farm of Weyburn, Sask. put its entry of Pierre Cody's Wildfire and Pierre Cody's Ac- cent through their paces and1 garnered top spot. The Bar G Banch entry from Regina was second and Jacob- sen's Pony Farm Didsbury the Single Harness class. Gow's Pony Farm o f DeWinton placed second ahead of the Jac- obsen's Pony Farm entrant. The competition was ex- tremely keen in the Open Per- formance Jumping class. Cindy, ridden by Melanie Galbraith, Raymond, finished in top spot after three perfect trips around the course. Close behind in second spot was Royal Number, rath Frank Selinger of Calgary up. Seling- er picked up only four faults in three tours of the course, four less than third place finisher Wilbur Hannah, Wasa, B.C., aboard Marcahn. Eocky Lolly Bar, handled hy Royal Burrows of Millarville was the winner of the cutting horse competition. Second place went to W. E. Henard of Cal- gary aboard Connie Kilibar while third place was taken by Quo Leo with Walter Thiessen of Vauxhall up. Two entries by Hans Hansa- ma, Granum, finished first and second in the, registered Quar- vvas third. The Dreis Pony entry also re- ceived the first place ribbon in ter Horse English pleasure class. Go Jamie was first and J. Sweet Kathy placed second. Charles Van Home's Leth- bridge entry, Jet Corder, placed third. The Dirty Thirty class was won by Regal Buck with Lowell Gorsline of Seba Beach, Alber- ta, in the saddle. Maxine Hutchison, Edmonton aboard Gay Siba placed second with Charles Van Home's Jet Corder third. In the wild and entertaining Saddle-Up Race, where the con- Winners By Classes APPALOOSA5 Appaioosa Stallion 4 years and ever 1. Diamond Bar J, Lloyd Jensen. ppaioosa Stallion 1 and 3 1. Zip's Top Crop, Bill Stronaki; 2. Kal- O-Da Slim, Jerry 3. Macleod M Spots, Roy O'Sullivan. Appaioosa Weanlings and Yearlings 1. Unnamed, Mrs. M. Jean Byam; 2. Macleod E. Sun, Roy Champion and Reserve Champion Stallion T. Zips Top Crop, Bill Stron- ski; 2. Diamond Bar J, Lloyd Jensen. Appaioosa Mares 4 years and over 1. Ronlen Easter, Jerry -unde; 2. Wyakta Neena Oudone, Angie Lawlon 3. Velvet, Leath V Younker. Appaioosa Fillies 2 and 3 years 1. Lady Bartender, Bill Slronski; 2. Windy Sis, Roy O'Sullivan; 3. Black- cloud's Rain, Sam Lumley. HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD, 324 9lh St. S. Phone 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Invitations Announcements (24 Hour Service IF Necessary) Bride Books Matches Napkins Thank You Cards We provide Complimentary Personalized Head Table Place Cards with each Orderl FREE CUSTOMER PARKING TO SYMBOLIZE FOND MEMORY Choose wisely the monu- ment to honor your loved ones. We will be pleased to assist you. IETHBRIDGE MONUMENTAL AND TILE WORKS "We Havf) Been Satisfying Customers for Over. 60 Years" 325 8th St. S., Lethbridge Phono 327-3920 Appaioosa Weanlings and Yearlings Fillies 1. Lady Mirage Bill Slronski; 2. Black Velvet Mrs. M. Jean Byam; 3. S L Beads, Bill Stronskl. Champion and Reserve Champion Mare 1. Lady Barlender, Bill Sfron- ski; 2. Windy SEs, R. O'Sullivan. Appalaosa Geldings 4 years and over i. Joker's Mirage, Bill stron- ski; 2. Macleod Boy, Roy O'Sullivan; 3. Blackcloud's Ace Gordon J. Lumley. Appaioosa Geldings 2 and 5 years i. Spotted R. Eric and Deanna Reesor. HUNTERS Hunter Mare 2 years end ever T. Fair Enough, Jane, E. Lawrence; 2, Royal Number, Sr. Georges Stables; 3. Black Magic, Wilbur and Audrey Han- nah. Hunter Geldings 2 years and over 1, Biecz, Jean Symington; 2. Mar- cann, Wilbur and Audrey Hannah; 3. Assert, J. G. McKeeman. REGISTERED SHETLAND PONIES Shetland Stallion 3 years and over 1. Hi-Lighls Hallelujah, Jacobsen's Pony Farm. Champion end Reservi champion Stallion 1. Hi-Lights Hallelujah, JacoSsen's Pony Farm. Shetland Mare 3 years and 1. Pierre Cody's Accent, Dreis Pony Farm; 2. Pierre Cody's Wildfire, Dreis Pony Farm; 3. Edaural's Fltck- a S'ar, Edaural Pony Fram. Shetland Fillies 2 years and under 1. Edaural's Silver Toy Gem, Edaural Pony Farm. Champion and Reserve Champion Marc or Gelding 1. Pierre Cody's Accent, Dries Pony Farm; 2. Pierre Cody's Wildfire, Dries Pony Farm. G1STERED WELSH PONIES sh Stallions 3 years and 1. Moncarch's Leo, Gow's Pony Farm; 2. Young's Red Kino, Gwen Murray; 3. Young's Admiral, Gwen Murray. Welsh Stallions 2 years and under 1. Bear Robe, Gow's Pony Farm. Champion and Reserve. Champion Stallion 1. Monarch's Leo, Gow's Pony Farm; 2. Young's Red King, Cvcn Murray. Welsh Fillies 2 years and 1. Young's Twinkle, G'ow's Pony Farm; 2. Annwyl Elyn, Lloyd Erlckson. Welsh Mare 3 years and over I. Eden's Lily, Lloyd Erickson. Champion and Reserve Champion Hare or Gelding I, Eden's Lily, i Lloyd Erlckson; 2. Young's Twinkle, Gow's Pcny Farm. PONIES AND UNDER Pony Stallion 3 years and over 1. Ferhwood Frisco Pete, Bar G Ranch LM. Chamoion and Reserve Champion Pony Stallion 1. Fernwood Frisco Pefp, Bar G Ranch. Pony Warn 3 years and over l. Terry Jean's Charming Lady, Bar G Ranch Lid. Gelding 3 years and ever 1. Vl-Lln's Golden Topper, Jacobsen's Pony Farm. Champion xnd Champion Mare or Gelding 1. Terry Jean's Charming Lady, Oar G Ranch; 2. VI- Lins Golden Toooer, Jacobsen's Pony Farm, testant must catch his horse, saddle him, then round a barrel and cross the finish line, Wally French of Hillspring finished first. Coaldale's Ron was second, beating out third place finisher Mavis Malmberg, also of Coaldale. Tonight's final performance gets under way at p.ni'. Buddhist Church Construction is now under way on the new Honpa Bud- dhist Church hall at 3611 Forestry Ave. in southeast Lethbridge. The structure is the first of two planned stages. A chapel will be added later, probably within two or three years. Services will be held in the hall until the chapel has been completed Buckwheat Mission Visitors To City A five-member trade (telega-1 Growers and Lester-Powell, an lion from Japan known as the "Buckwheat Mission" arrived in Lethbridge Satin-day. Headed by T. Kobayashl, president of Kobayashi Shoten Ltd., the group is currently on a tour of the prairie provinces sponsored by United Grain Fridays WofL Offers Free Bulletin The University of Leth- will mail its weekly in- formation bulletin free of charge to everyone in Leth- bridge who would like to re- ceive it. Mike Sutherland, U of L in- formation offiter, said those in- terested should send their ad- dresses to his office. The bulletin, issued each Fri- day, is designed primarily for internal distribution at the uni- versity, listing upcoming ev- ents, publications of faculty members, various matters im- mediately concerning the cam- pus and other matters. The bulletin also features a special article each week on a professor or department or iroject underway at the U of L, and offers up-to-date sum- maries of the West Lethbridge campus building project. "The university is anxious in its efforts to communicate with he city, and we want to make this type of information more Mr. Sutherland ex- plained. "The bulletin contains a number of items each week [bat people may find interest- ing, but are not of sufficient importance to attract the news media." He said the university also hopes to inform people of the [unction of both his office and the U of L community rela- tions office through the bulle- export firm from Vancouver. They arrived in Winnipeg Sept. 8 and will travel to Cal- gary before heading back to Jsoan via Vancouver. Main purpose of the. tour is to give the members of the trade mission a chance to as- sess the quality and yield of Canadian buckwheat. UGG has contracted for about acres of buckwheat in the Lethbridge district and hopes to sell much of it to overseas markets. One problem encountered by the tour organizers is "that practically all the buckwheat in the area has already been harvested or swathed. However they hope to be able to show the trade delegation some standing buckwheat north of Barons. The current tour is part of a continuing program of ex- changes between the two coun- tries; UGG has sent people to Japan several times in the past, promoting other grain CTODS and other industries as well. One use for buckwheat' hi Japan that might possibly help sales to that country is the manufacturing of buckwheat noodles, which are recom- mended as nart of Uie daily diet for people with high blood pressure. The trade group's itinerary while in Lethbridge included a dinner meeting with members of the Japanese community, the Rotary horse show, a trip to Valley Feeders and a visit to the Nikka Yuko Centennial Garden. Permit A building permit for bas been issued to Glen Little construction for renovations to the city hall engineering de- partment. The work, which is already under way, will provide more room for the draftsmen and in- creased office and storage ;pace. ART SHOW OPENS A month-long exhibition of 61 work of art by Brent Laycock of Warner County opened today at the Gainsborough Art Studio, 710 5th Ave. S. The exhibition includes drawings, watercolors, oils, silk screens, etchings, block prints and mosaics by the 23-year old artist. Currently a student in the College of Art at Brigham Young Universty, Mr. Laycock lives on a farm about 10 miles south of Lethbridge. The exhibition re- presents his recent decision to become a full-time artist. Viewing hours at the studio are a. m. p. m. Monday through Saturday, Wednesday hours are a.m.-- 1 p.m. MARTIN BROS. FUNERAL HOMES LTD. (SECOND GENERATION) DEREK H. MARTIN DALE A. MARTIN NOW TWO CHAPELS SERVING LETHBRIDGE AND DISTRICT THE TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3rd AVENUE SOUTH THE MEMORIAL CHAPEL 703 13th STREET NORTH ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF ictms Wonderful World or