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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 10, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta SWORDflSH Denny Driscoll of Magroth shows a nine-foot, 119-pound swordfish he caught at Acapulco, Mexico. Standing beside the Magrath gorage operator and sportsman is Eleancr Casselman of Regina. Others are Charles Fellger of Magralh and Willie Messel of Ed- monton. Thirty took Ihe Alberta Motor Association trip, visiting Mexico Cily and the Taxco silver mines. Giza, Scaba Win Game Club Cups By VERN DECOUX Cnwsntsl I'tss Bureau COLEMAN The Colcman Fish and Game Association held its annual trophy night in the Elks Hall recently. More than 150 people attend- ed. Winners in the big game sec- tion included moose, Ted Mi- chalsky; elk, Albert Truant, John Perozak and John Truant; vrhitetail deer, Albert Get! man, Jim Kerr and third, John Truant; route deer, Bob Giza, Xliller Fleming and third, Peter Hucik; goat, Ralph Cervo; and big horn sheep trophies were taken by Ralph Hendrickson and Weber. Cervo, Lloyd third, Terry Winners .of UK fish trophies were: rainbow trout, Harry Scaba and Albert Truant; dolrj varden trout, James Price ant Marcel Brazioni. Wratef i s 1 winner was Albert Truant. He took first and second prizes. The Bill Filewich Mcmoria Trophy for. the biggest fish caught during the season re gardtess of species was award ed lo Harry Ecaba. The Andy Dow Memorial lro: phy for the highest score .in big game events was presented lo Bob Giza of Joe Zak received.the 'tickets sales trophVrfor having sold 'the most memberships during (he year. Films on wildlife were shown during the Tory: Wine, Dine Wheat Customers' academics Canada. By PAUL ANDERSES' llfrald News Service .Crowfoot iIP Jack Homer addressed 300 people here recently on the paper oa tax reform and wheat acreage reduction. He also spoke en the Barber report on farm machinery and various before Parliament. He said the wheat reduction program was designed by the to help eastern "When you take the sources of production out of production, can't help but tower the aimers' income. The eastern vipers had big headlines, for Western when the plan was introduced." Mr. Homer said he didn't ex- pect more lhac million vould reach western farmers. The ?30 million should be spent in "wining acd dining potential wheat customers." "We need a Canadian grain agency to sell wheat. We should lave protested when. France irst cut wheat prices." Chairman Don Green asked 'aimers present at Ihe meeting o raise Iheir hands if Ihey would benefit from Ihe wheat reduction program. Not one was raised. Mr. Horner said OIK problem wheat sales was that he port cf Vancouver had a wd reputation for labor trouble. He felt this had hin- dered sales to Japan and Asian auycrs. He fell the'grain hand- lers sbouW not be blamed for trying to get belter wages, when they got a raise of 10 per cent about 6 per cent of it went for the higher cost, of living and the rest for deduc- tions from pay checks. He favored allowing grain to be sold freely by farmers, in the grain growing provinces and B.C. for such things as feed. He was not in favor of selling grain at "fire sale' prices on the open market. Jon Eaton, Claresholm ranch- er, urged those at Ihe meeting to write to Finance Minister opposing his white Benson paper on tax reform. Buy Backhoe CLARES'riOLM (HNS) The MD of Willow Creek ac- cepted the low bid of plus the trade of the 1966 model Case crawler loader hoe for a new Case model M50 Crawler loader backhoe, from CPC Ren- tals Ltd. The MD purchased two gra- vel trucks from Henker Farm Equipment, Claresholm, and two half ton pickup trucks from Claresholm Motors. Town of Claresholm has re- ceived another addition lo the (own police force. He is Const. Craig Parkinson.of the RCMP and will bring the town detail up to four men. SHOW CARTOONS, PAINTINGS Gerold Toilfealhers of Standoff, nationally acclaimed western illustrator arid fine artist, and Everett brilliant young cartoonist for the Kainai News and Ths Native People publications, will show cartoons and paintings at the All-Indian Art Exhibition. It will be held at Pincher Creek April 24 and 25. -Mrs. Ed Lunn Photos. BASE8AU T1MI AGAIN Picking up teams, the Hutterite children ot the Ewelme Colony are getting inlo the iwing of the baseball season once again. Neil Mac- clean, teacher and coach, is proud of his players and really beams when they knock the ball but of tho park. The Ewelme Colony is 20 miles south of Fort Maclcod. Paul Andersen Pholo SEAGRAM'S V.O Neat. Rocks. Water. .Mix. VQ comes through smoothly cverv time. COALDALE (1LNS) The larons-Eureka Health Unit is jonsoricg the following infant and pre-school clinics: HAYS: Tuesday, April 14, in be school, from 10 a.m. to 12 nocn and 1 to 3 p.m. PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, pril 14, in the Library Build- g, (south door) from 10 a.m. 12 iwon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, April 14, in w Health Unil Office in the dministration Building, from 0 a.m. lo n coon and to 4 m. COALDALE: Thursday, pril 10, in the Health Ur.it O'f- ce (upstairs in the Town Of- ce Building) from 10 a.m. to 2 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, April 1C, n the Health Unit Office in Ihe dmioistration Building, from I a.m. to 12 noon and to p.m. H A R D IE VII.LE: Friday, pril 17, in the school from :30 to p.m. Dr. G. H. C. Palmer, medical Ticer of health, urges parents ensure their children are Blddettes Humble 4 Coalhiirsl NOBLEFORD (Special) The Noble Central School Bl dettes arc the "C" girls bast ball champions in Ihe County Lethbridge. They won the Coumy of Lclh bridge Trophy by defeating Coalhurst in the final game. Suzanne Marshman was high scorer for Ibc Bladcllcs. The learn comprises Rose Kcnyncn- bcll, Carol Konyncnbcll, Karen McLain, Marilyn W i t h a g c, Judy Slyka, Rila McLain, Su- zanne Msrshman, Vicky Stoli- er, Diane Plomp, Brenda Lunde, Xlarlenc DcJong, Patti Sloller and Sandra Brady. I Houo is coach, ully protected lous disease. against conla- Fluoride tablets, for the pre- ention ot looth decay, are rail able free of charge on a oclor's or dcntisl's prescrip- oa. Friday, April 10, 1970 THE UTHMIDGE HERALD 3 SWANS STOP Thousands of g rent white swans reiied at the Taber reser- voir on their annual migration north. Numerous Canada geese and ducks used the reser- voir as a stopover too. Gibb Photo. Claresholm Ratepayers Vote May 20 On Money Bylaiv CLARES HOLM (HNS) Wednesday, May 20, is the date for a plebiscite on a money bylaw to borrow The plebiscite iiecamc neces- sary when the town secretary received a petition containing 204 names demanding the vole. The petition staled the. de- benture would result in a mill rate increase; a' majority vote should be the deciding factor Plan Dance TURIN (HKS) -i A social t'ening and dance will be held aturday, April 11, at Ihe Sun- 'lal Community Centre. Lunch and refreshments will e served. Christian Reformed Church Installs Rev. Van Tiiinen GRANUM (HKS) Rev. Peter Van Tuinen was installed minister of the Granum Chris- tian Reformed Church at a re- cent service conducted by Rev. Verhulst of Nobleford. Seven alfended. of his colleagues Edge Mohr brought greetings to Mr. Van Tuinen from the Town of Granum. A social hour -followed the service. Rev. and Mrs. Van Tuinen and Iwo sons arrived in the com- munity recently from Artcsia, Calif. on this bylaw for a luxury ilcm; the golf course should be built from private funds; Ihe proposed reservoirs will result in stagnant ponds and a breed- ing ground (or insecl pcsls. Forty-five of Ihe names on the petition were rejected, leaving a total of 159 qualified petitioners. Only 10 per cent of 9SO prop- erty owners was needed on the petition. It was organized by Carman Wallace. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 324 Slh SI. 5. Ph. Abovt Capitol EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M. Ro-Neet sugar beets Youi sugar beels grow free from most grasses and broadleal weeds. Free from Iheii competition lor soil moisture, plant nutrients and root growing room. Free from Ih.e grov.ih slress weeds cause your beels. Ro-Neet Ireesyou from much ol Ihework and expanse of early, repeated cuHivalions when you're living to establish a good, stand... helps avoid possible mechanical damage lo growing rools and foliage. Ro-Neet control makes thinning and blocking easier... eliminates mosl hand weeding, helps electro-mechanical thinning work smoothly. This season, use Ro-Neel... gel your sugar beels olf to a good start. Ro-Neet conlrols most ol the loughesl weeds lhat hold backyour crop, such as nightshade and yellow nutgrass. II also stops walergrass or barnyardgrass, wild oals, redroot pigvreed, lambsquarters, crabgrass and many others. Ro-Neet 7.2E is easy to handle... fils parlecllv inlo yo'jr beet produclion programme. Mix il into the soil as you prepare you; lieid for seeding or inject Ro-Neel liquid into Ihe soil al planting. Ground moislure slails Ihe controlling action. Most susceptible grasses and weeds never come up... some may emerge and Ihen d'e. Mixed in Ihe soil, Ro-Neel is protected against loss by evaporation and fain runoll. Good weather or bad, Ro-N'eel does ils job. Used as directed, there's not enough lelt after harvest lo interfere wiln your nexl crop. Free yourself from much ol Ihewoik and worry... grow bigger yie'dsol more profitable sugar beels with Ro-Neel proleclion. See your local supplier now lor Ro-Neel. For best resulls. use Ro-Neel correclly by following label directions carefully. Slsufier Chemical Company ol Canada, Ltd., Montreal. Dislfibuled by: Chipman Chemicals Limited Monlreal, Hamillon. Winnipeg Ro-Neet from CANADIAN SUGAR FACTORIES LTD. Picture Butte Taber Raymond Coaldole Bow Island Vauxholl SOUTHERN ALBERIA CO-OP ;