BUFFALO COURIER - EXPRESS, Hiursday, Auguit 24,1967 /V.V. State Mrs. Donner's Horses Take Top Prizes at Fair Snorting, p r a n c i n g stallions, placid mares and geldings and youthful colts and fillies of all colors and sizes moved through the Erie County Fair's horse show ring Wednesday in a dazzling display of equine perfection. It was an all-day beauty parade for horse lovers, with 68 classes divided according to breed, age and sex. Fair-goers, horsemen and horsewomen crowded the ring railing to view the animals, all groomed to spotless perfection. Among the scores of professional and amateur horse handlers in the ring, Mrs. LaVerne Donner of 2954 Fitch Rd., Ransomville, stood out. Mrs. Donner, wearing a blue .dress and carrying a whip with a white plastic tip, captured several ribbons and wound up with the Arabian grand championship trophy. Mrs. Donner, whose husband commands the 136th Tactical Fighter Squadron at Niagara Falls Air Base, is the mother of six children. Other Western New Yorkers to win championships Wednesday were Wayne Schneckenberger of Elma, John Mullins of Elba, Dr. George Taylor of Cuba, and Mrs. Louise Sutton of Akron. Jean Winter and her grand champion haby beef, Mickey . . . 935-pound Angus took all the honor* Girl Wins Two Beef Contests By ROY SNIFFEN [was the formal dedication of a Purchase, N.Y., and driven by Jean Winter, 17, the twin sister! °*w, wing of the Conservation Joe Montgomery. of the girl who showed the grand j Building which has been under The former record pull for a champion baby beef entry at last construction for two years lightweight team in New York The building features a display State was 3,100 pounds and was year's Erie County Fair in Ham burg, Wednesday took her own of caged animals and other conblue ribbon in the baby beef con- servation and wood and water set in 1935. test, then went on to win the open safety displays. Principal speaker at the cerebeef division in the afternoon. She won with her 935 pound monies was Leighton Hope, secreAngus "Mickey." Her steer was tary of the New York State Conchosen by Judge William O. Ken- servation Department. nedy, of the Animal Science DeHe said: "I consider this partment of the University of building a great stride forward Guelph, Out in the field of conservation eduJean and her sister J o y c e , cation for the state and for the who finished out of the running county. The fair's board of dithis year, are the children of rectors is to be congratulated Mr. and Mrs, William Winter of , for this project and I hope they continue their work in this Sisson Hwy., North Collins. field.'" It was Buffalo Day at the fair and although there aren't any of Echoing this thought was Arthe shaggy bisons on the fair- thur G. Fries, Agricultural Sogrounds, there were plenty of ani- ciety director in charge of the Conservation Building who said mals participating in contests A record Wednesday attendance I it is "a dream come true« for of 60,590 was recorded bringing me. the five-day total to 278,629. also The ceremony was held on the a record. The previous Wednes- P°rch of the one-story building day record was 52,120 and that for where the exhibits of regional sportsmen's groups and the Buffive days 262.536. falo Museum of Science are Wing Dedicated housed. The first four of eight harness! _,. , . „ ,. races were run. The first r a c e l a t e s " n P a c t o n Y o u U l was a one-mile dash won by Al-I "This is the best way we could mamhoud, owned by Harold Rem- j think of to spread conservation ington of North Collins, The sec- j education among the area's young ond race was won by Demon j people," Fries said, "We show Jewell, owned by Carl McDonald I them the way to conserve, preof Rochester; the third race was (serve and care for our natural won by Frequently, owned by resources. Drs. A. Kwak and W. Chappie of A record 3,150 pounds was Amherst. The fourth race was?pulled 27 feet 6 inches in the won by Brenda L., driven by J. horse pull contest. The 3,100 Geronimo. pound team of "Bob" and "Pat" One other highlight of the day was entered by Hi-V Ranch of QUARTER HORSES Yearling fillies: Valiant AIH*al, Wte Wardlaw Farm, Rochester; two-year-old fillies: Leo's War Lady, Waa Wardlaw Farm* three-year-old flllyt Cory's Magnolia, Waynewood Farm, Elrna; Pro»pective broodmare; Candy Bar Girl, Mr*. A. S. Kelley, Chester, Vt.; mare and foal: Skipplty Robin, Robert Jackson, Etlicottville. , >_ Weanling filly: unnamed, Robert Jackson; Champion Mare: Candy Bar Girl; rettrve; Leo's War Lady; weanling coll: unnamed, Charles Dalbow, Angola; yearling colt: Bar Sllnger, Robert Jackson. Two-year-old colt: Gold Bert Bailey, Joan Tolhurst, Fairport; three-year-old colt: Pine's Holly Boy, Dr. Melvln C. Dewey, Homer. Aged stallions: Hornet's Hobo, Flvt Oaks Farm, Huntlngtown, M d . ; Champion stallion: Gold Bert Bailey; Reserve Champion stallion: Pine's Holly Boy Yearling gelding: Snip Lee Bailey, Far" », Webster; two-year-oW gelding: ley Little Poco Red Ant, Greg Llttell, Waverly, rear-old _ gelding; Noel's Rusty, Pa.; three-year-old Wayne Wood Farm, Elma; aged gelding: Ben Around, Mrs. Kelley; champion gelding: Noel's Rusty; reserve: Ben Around. ARABIANS Yearling. Ally: Thundertolll Aaita. C . H . Weatherell, Olean; two-year-eid filly: Hy Wynne's Keila, Richard Wlifaton, Holland; three-year-old flHv: AHuring, Charles Gantz, Lyons; potential broodmare: S i r rah, Mrs. Louise Sutton, Akron; mare and foal: Delaherin, Thomas Bimhlser, Orcard Park. Weanling foal: Fadl Roy#e, Thomas Barnhlser; champion mare: Stitrreh; reserve: Shodll Irex, George tttcker, Morris; yearling colt: Aasln, Busty Acres Farm, Ransomvllle; two^tJM-old oolt: Brusally Gevlosta, Pleasant Valley Stud, Woodland, Pa.; three-y«ar-o»S colt: Ibn Dan Cupid, Dusty Acres Fafln. Aged stallion: SWrHc, Sun Shadows Arabian Ranch, Clarence; e*»mpk>n stallion: Ibn Dan Cupid; reserve: Brusally Gevlosta; gelding, any age: * a * a j . Pleasant Valley Stud; grand champion, Ibn Dan Cupid. HALF-ARABIANS Yearling colt: Shadel Saw, George Decker, Morris; yearling fifty: Attallah Mist, Judith Freeman, Ato*on; two-yearold: Chell-Win's Samanfha, James Norrison, Marlon; three-year-old: Chell-Wln's Hall Baba, <R. O. Meechem, Sodus; aged mare: Chell-Wln's Halamlr, fc. D. MeaM a r t and foal: HIHcreatH Trlnamar, Windy Acres Farm, Basap; weanling foal: Sana, Mrs. David WWIman, East Aurora; gelding, any age: Chel-Jfrtn's Soda, Chell-WIn F a r m ; ohawpjon: fheHWln's Samanth*/ reserve: Chell-Wln's Hall Baba. Grade ponyi filly or m a r f l Little Girl, Wayne Wood Farm, Elmai ©rade pony gelding: M r . Star, Wayne tpjod Farm. MORGANS Gilding, any age: Waseeka's Rhapsody, Mary Dewltt, Oelton, Pa.; dhemplon stallion: Applevale Monarch; reaerve: Mansfella, Michael Hoefen, Spenoarport; Aged stallion: Applevale Monarch, Dr. George Taylor, Cuba; two-year-old colt: Prince Marshall, D. J. Wllley, Kennedy, N Y Yearling colt: Chief's Tomahawk, William Roesch Jr., North Syracuse; champion mare: Corrlta; reserve: Summer Tan, Stephanie Sherwood, Fredonia; weanling foal: Ransomvllle Marian, Dorothy Bachman; mare and foal: Juanita's Pride, Curtis Smith, PenfleM. Potential broodmare: Corflte, Mr*. William Roesch, North Syracuse; three-yearold filly: Ransomvllle Jamie, Dr. W. E. Bachman, East Amherst; two-year-old filly: Flair's Sensation, Mrs. Roesch; yearling fillyj Ransomvllla Alrlta, Dr. Bachman. A'PPALOOSAS Yearling filly: Glowing Turquoise, John Mullins, Elba; two-year-old filly: Mighty Mona, Mrs. A. S. kelley; three^year-old filly: Oeho's M a Kla, Mrs. Arthur Lewis, Clarence; Potential broodmare: Honey Beeb, Acomb Farm, Stafford; mare and foal: Roberts BobbeFrosty,Acomb F a r m ; weanling foal: A Bright Beau, Acomb Farm. ' Champion mare: Honey t e e B., Acomb F a r m ; Reserve: Mighty Mona; yearling colt: A Bright Coin, Harold Chrlstensen, Penn Yan; two-year-old coJt: Apache 65, Phil Fenton, Scottsvllle; three-year-old colt: Double T. N«va|o, John Mullins. Aged stallion: Little Navajo Joe; John Mullins; champion stallion: Little Navelo Joe; reserve: Apache ' « ; gelding, any age: Tlpco's Pokeno, Barbara Lartz, Lyndon vl lie. Day Rocky Tours, Speaks at Expo Milton J. Lleberman HEADS KNIGHTS —Milton J. Lieberman, 46 Avery Ave., was installed deputy grand chancellor of the 31st district, Knights of Pythias, in ceremonies conducted Wednesday night at Sweet Home Masonic Temple, 641 Sweet Home Rd., Amherst. J o n a t h a n David Lodge, Lieberman's home lodge, was host at the ceremonies at which Joseph R. Harriman of Rochester was also installed as deputy grand chancellor of the 30th district (Mohawk Valley), and Arthur Cohen of Rochester was installed as assistant chief deputy, to serve both the Buffalo and Western New York (31st district) and 30th districts. Grand chancellor of the organization is A. Martin Lerner of New York. Area Unit Serving At Ft. Devens Six officers and 24 enlisted men of the 402 Civil Affairs Company, Tonawanda, are s e r v i n g two weeks of active duty at Ft. Devens, Mass. The unit, under the command of Maj. David W. Nicklas, will return Saturday. Civil Affairs companies are assigned to areas disrupted by hostile action, to re-establish government and public services. Training in Ft. Devens includes classroom instruction and a four-night bivouac. MONTREAL t i — New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller toured Expo 67 on Wednesday, grinning and shaking hundreds of hands, and rattling off an occasional burst of fairly fluent French for French-Canadian newsmen and visitors. Speaking at New York State Day observances at the fair, the governor declared that "the 3,000mile unfortified border" between Canada and the United States "stands as a model to the rest of the world of international friendship." He said Americans and Canadians "Invade each other's territory at will, armed not with musket and cannon, but with cameras and t r a v e l e r ' s checks." The governor and his wife, "Happy," mingled with crowds outside the small New York pavilion, s i g n i n g autographs, shaking hands, exchanging quips, and posing for endless visitors* cameras. During the afternoon he toured the pavilions of the United States, Canada, Israel and Venezuela and the futuristic apartment housing complex known as Habitat 67. He watched a demon t rat ion by a 12-man drill team of the 1st Battalion, 104th Artillery Regiment from Binghamton, N.Y., and afterwards shook hands with every man. At the State pavilion he took a salute from a detachment of New York National Guardsmen then headed straight for the crowd to shake hands by the dozen. Later, he held up his cavalcade long enough to watch a show put on by 14 6erious-faced youngsters from the Blue Jackets Navy Cadets of Brooklyn. They had come up from their summer camp in Upstate New York especially to perform for the governor. Parley to Include Rev. Dr. Steen The Rev. Dr. Robert S. Steen of Buffalo, general presbyter of Western New York Presbytery, and three other p r o m i n e n t Presbyterians wiU take part in the meeting of the United Presbyterian national missions staff in Chicago on Sept. 11,12 and 13. Dr. Steen is president. He also serves on the budget committee and will go to Chicago on Sept. 7 for its deliberations. Other Western New Yorkers who will attend the staff meeting are: John Somers, a lay elder of Riverside Church in Niagara Falls and chairman of United Incorporations Buffalo Steamship Agency, lnc.» 500 shares, William Pfohl, 84 Pfohl PI., WHIIaimvllle. Presbyterian national missions in New York State; the Rev. Dr. Robert Hayward of Lafayette Ave. Church in Buffalo, the national missions chairman of WNY Presbytery; and the Rev. Donald Brown, strategy director of Presbytery. NOTICE As of Sept. 1 , 1967 OUR NEW TELEPHONE NUMBER WIL BE 731-4646 TRI-COMMUNITY AMBULANCE SERVICE Man Is Sentenced Nursing Loan Grants To Year for Larceny Are Listed for WNY Jay G. L e v i , 38, of 316 Pratt St., was sentenced in City Court Tuesday to a y e a r in the Erie County Penitentiary for t w o counts of petit larceny. He was arrested Aug. 7 for stealing three women's coats valued at $100 from the Adam, Meldrum & Anderson Co. warehouse, Washington and Eagle, and 30 phonograph records valued at 50.70 from the Wm. Hengerer Co., 465 Main St. Judge Ann T. Mikoll imposed six-month sentences on each count, to be served consecutively. Courier-Express Washington Bureau WASHINGTON—The U.S. Public Health Service informed Rep. Henry P. 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