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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE lETHBRlDGE HERAID Monday, AM t. 1973 HZ. An American reporter discovers what rural Canada does after dark PRAIRIE OASIS Mobility with Three-Wiled Stabtlltg (Its Fun, Too) NOMAD The Snowco three-wheel Nomad provides the row cost, easy way to make hundreds of trips-checking the livestock, the fences, the far pasture, for example. The Nomad's wide, tow pressure knobby tires plus deslgned-ln stability and (choice of) 5 HP or 7 HP engine enable it to handle any terrain including the deepest muck and mud. For winter use. there's a front ski attachment. And the auxiliary cargo carrier dies tools, spare parts and equipment Finally, when the chores are done, the entire family can have whee of a time just running the Nomad around for fun. Visit us at AG-EXPO April 3-4-5-6 For FREE DEMONSTRATION PHONE, WRITS OR CONTACT STANLEY'S DISTRIBUTORS BOX 665, COALHURST, ALBERTA PHONE 328-3402 By WILLIAM BORDERS New York limes News VANGUARD, Saskatchewan are the long, cold nights on Canada's Prairies, and in a remote village like Vanguard, the most popular place to be as tbe harsh wind races across the frozen plains is the curling club, an oasis of warmth and friendship. Curling, a team sport that looks like sbufftbeoard on ice, is played everywhere here, an integral part of tiie brutal Cana- dian winter in the farm com- munities, where there Is not much work to do after the crops are in and the ground has been covered with snow. Sandwiches Some other wives curl in wo- men's leagues, and some just come down to watch, or to help with the food, Hke the not beef sandwiches and cherry gelatin that were served at a recent tournament, in this village of 315 people 70 miles north of tbe Montana border. As do hundreds of other rie towns, Vanguard stanch alone, surrounded by wheat farms. Its curling club, a quon- set hut covering two sheets of ice, forms part of a minatura skyline that can be seen from miles away, acnes land that is Bat and dark. "You drive over here and by tbe time you've Had a cup of coffee or two, you've seen near everyone in said a woman who was serving front the tiny kitchen that is a stand- Continued on Page 19 MEMORIALS By MASTER CRAFTSMEN IMPERIAL BLACK GRANITE Abo Balmoral Red and Oxford Grey Granite largest Stock of Memorials in Southern Alberta IPPI LETHBRID6E MONUMENTAL TILE WORKS LIMITED 325 8th ST. S.r LETHBRIOGE PHONE 327-3920 We are the experienced consultants in PRE-NEED SALES ;