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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurtday, 3, 1772 THE IE1I1BFUBGE HERALD 3 experience for Venturers Cartoon creator Hal Edwards with the Ryder Family and friends A new comic strip Al- berta ami Alliertans, mid crcv a tod by an Albeiton, nvikes ils debut in The Her- ald next Tuesdny. on the; a con- iinuing i !y cl n I >y Hal Edwards, Ic-Murc; Ihr Jlyder family, living on a srnril! ranch in the Athcrta foothills. Mr. Edwai'ffs. 4'i, is a f'nl- p.iry native who hns combined painting and cartooning n career In the production :ind eaTcs side of tlic oil business. He now rmikcs his home in Raymond. lie says ho has been ''docxl- IJnp" all his life. "My cartooning was wwd for many arguments mv falh- cr who thought if rffr-miri- ho says. "I worfcfd in tlic nil fields mid painlrd UK> just to prove I could rio The Ryder family coiisisls of father, .1 profcr-ttionrsl rodeo m.jii named, nptly enough, I? rone. El is wife, Molly, and children, Hiid BilHe Jnf 10, (iccompaiiy (heir flat) on (hi- tour during the summer. The family is close lo other family the Hcnr Rohes who iTsirle un a hy reserve. Oilier characters include Cor- poral Duff of the HCMP dc- Ijincnt at II: minor Creek, not far from the ranch. Ham- mer Creek, Mr. Edwards ex- plains, is not unlike Pi richer Crock Herald readers ran al.so meet ranch hand Tip .Johnson, Skha, family dog, Sam Kan.h, who run the ranch when Bront: is on the rodeo circuit, Tlie Kid who is just learning lo ride horsc.s. and Chailic, the "fnll for His Mr. KdwniTfs Fnid ho baros lii'1; difiraclers on persons lie lins known. IfiM ami moved to Lcliihridga fo expiiml his freelance cai'toon- In he taught painting and drawing (adult, education) at the Community Crowsncst Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCU1ATION JOB PRINTING Varnjn Decoux, RoiirJent Rep., Blnfrmoro 567-2149 College. Most recently, ho Uaipht oil [laintiiif in the a dull I llio Bnrons- Burckfi Unit is Itic infant ruid pre- school clinic.s: HAYS: Tuesday. August S, in the Echool from 1 lo 3 p.m. Tn-rlr.y, Aufii.'l n, in (ho Picture P.iillc Jlitili .ScJiOol ID ji.ni. lo 12 noon 1 to 3 p.m. TAIII'.ll: Tiicstlay, August ft, in the Health Unit Mice in the fi'om 10 a.m. In 12 noon p.m. to p.m. NORLKFOIin: Wednesday, August P, I he school, from In p.m. VAUXIIAM.: Wed nesrtay. education curriculum of Cal jvjaor schools. cartoonist also is work ing nri two set.s of paintings One is a history of the Albert oil fields and the other is n his tory of Ihe C.inarlian West fror fur timers. AuRusl n, in the school, fron 10 a.m. lo 12 noon ami 1 to p.m. rOALDALK: Thursday, A' gust 10, m the Hcfillli Unit offic (upstairs in Hie Town Offic trom to a.m. lo 1 :J1 lo 4 p m. Tlilirtda.V, AllRU! 10. iii (he Unit office i Ihe Administration BuiMinp from 10 a.m. to 12 noon an to 4 p.m. Parents are reminded tha hookers are required for chi dren starling grade one in th fall. Iror Social appoin menls telephone: Coaldale 345 Mil: Taber 223-3911. SEE THE GLASS SIDED HIT OF THE NATION'S MOBILE HOME SHOWS. One whole lido ol tan iro ol n tho inferior of (hit reinnrkahln show homo by Modulino Iriciuslrlct Inc. of Pnnlielon, Tlio hir of moblla homo ihowi lliroughouf Iho nation. Get nn Iniiflhf Iho carefree comforfnblo way of living, ON DISPLAY THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Raymond youths take to water HIGHWAY 3 EAST (HNS) Suui- ier is M'.a lime Hie yrjung iCi) Vcjiluror companits lo It 3s rot unusual for mi panics In a winter rojccl liuilffinj.; cquiprncjil for vminer fun, T w o companies, ccond anil Third Companies, uill fiver boats (iwinj; Ihe inter months from lilucprinls nrl (Direction which boys -arnc-d to read and with. Bud Olson to attend family day TABEK fHN'Sj Hon. H. A. Bud) Olson, federal minister f viil hn n llir- Mos-snui] imilv f'r he rodto i't .tn. Al! I'neni'jcr.s and tboir nvitcd an; i.nvited lo he afternoon o( There is o admission charge. st- ending are to wear ittachcd to their clothing a lislinctive farm or ranch irand. Trophies v.ili tic awarded to he winners in the wide ranee if rvonl" will Jl-Llilr- CCIl'fJ- ants sll RncinR, v.'ild ry-v poat 1y- ny, nail potinrlinp, ind wheel harrow racing are a ol tlic interesting events oa the program. No entrance fees will he charged to contestants. Native People's Day Monday las baen proclaimed a public loliday for the town of Taber. iiiiic joujiji ;nuu auu1 i loaders Morri.s Walker, Sheldon Ball snrJ Hohcrt Fraser favored canoes. The Milk River was Iheir choice for a river jour- ney. The Venturers put Iheir three csncKrs Into the Milk Kiver at (he bridge near the town of Milk Kiver al 6 p. m. They par'dlcd until 10 p.m. when (he night camp was made along Ihe river. During those lew hours ol travelling the Ven- turers learned a canoe can be overturned with very little dif- ficulty. In fact, they soon learn- ed it was much more difficult} to keen the canoe right side up. Breakfast was finished antl the cmocs back in to the water; ot a.m. with their destina- 1 tion being Writing-On-Stone Park with a night shore camp along the way. Those Venturers vho made Ihe irip were DeCone Shaw licrlut-y NavrRlil, Monte Kinl, Duyne Keith Ship- Mark Duncombc. Wrucc Sawlog scale I posts increase I CRANBROOK (Special) scale for 1972 for East Kootenay by Nelson 1 District of tiie B.C. For- ot Service began (o shake riwn to normnl the win- ter nt floundering snow and runoff delay into July. July tally was 14.W3 pyhic feet, four million up from the previous July, viiii bleauity increasing lead in 1972 tally over 1971, up lo cubic feet compared to cubic feet. JL'llhVll, Jim AdiiiiL-'Jii ert Brandlcy. The Third Company designed and built a flat bottom boat (o take to the WaterLon Kiver. The boat was put irj'.o (lie ju.st below the Watcrton Dam their dcsltnafio.n soutJi of Pcarcc. Ronald Coppieters the company leader during the time (ho hoat was being built. Harry Wolscy is (he assistant leader. Donald Steed, Marl; and Max Craiji V.'aUon, Rick and Ray Romeril, Itiear- rio and Bnice Hancock, Murray Turner, Allan Bridge, Jim Depew and Paul Parks were the crew members. foamed lite V.'alcrton Jliver a much Ea.stfr river an I'mler current tlijn it seems tr> tliey reared the cliffs only tlirec miles down trie river, the recks in the riv- er damaged (heir boat and it was necessary to beach the boat and make repairs. j Night eamps were made along the cf tlis river. V.'licn ror.ched their des- lijiytion, loaders nr.d Venturers nil Cncy ivera better rivermen than when they slip- pcd the boiv into the stream I for the first time. Boundaries will remain TABER (HNS) Ti-.e fiub-'tricts, tefcatir.g divisional boundaiies in Taijrr to preserve this of Al- SchoTil Division No. 5 are lo bnrla history. remain unchained, though H Hounclarv alterations woviH study recently indi- also involve separate school eales that some minor bo'Jtv district boundaries not now dary r Derations might lie ad- si tiered fulvi sable. vie able Consideration will be given by ccrr.cd to making the areas of tiie Enchant and Vauxhal! sub- have the effect of dissolving a divisions by increasing the lat- number of rural school riis-Uer. Rearrangement of the boun-, Indices and regents con- daries to slra'giit lir.es would These Are The Letltbtidge Herald Correspondents in Your Area CHANUM MRS. ED. CESAR General Delivery GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TURNBUU Central Delivery PICTURE BUTTE S. P, JOHNSON Gen. Del. TOWN CQUNCIt OF PICTURE BUTTE has declared MONDAY, AUGUST 7th CSV1C HOLIDAY RAYMOND MRS. DE1IA WOOLF Ccn. Oil. TURIN MM. Poulin Julian................Phon> 738-4394 Contact these people for your District Newi or Classified Advertising Gettogether tt taste ofOldMenna It's the happy 0 KEEFt BREWING COMPANY LIMITED.. LAGER BEER by OKeefe ;