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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta CHEQUE FOR CNIB Olio Wilcinsky of Magrath, executor for the eslole of Joe Gondek of Magrolh, who died in May, 1971, al Ihe age of S4, presents Lefhbridge law- yer John Vaselenak with to be forwarded lo the Alberla division office of the Canadian National Inslitule for the Blind, Edmonton. Mr. Gondek received help from the CNIB during many years of eye troubles. JUDY BAKOS Judy Bakos lakes awards COALDALK (11NS) Judy Bakos, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bakos of Coal' dale, has won n number o( awards. They include the Phyllis Os- borne McGachie Haz- el McLityrc Award, Ore It a Shaw Simpson Memorial Award and Queen Elizabeth un- dergraduale scholarship. Miss Bakos is attending Ilia Univcrsily of Alberta. Monday. February 7, 1972 THE IFTHBRIDGS HERAID 3 Pass'words Ski trip planned BLAIIUIOIIE and 17 clean- up days for the upper rooms. A donation of 10 cents per member was made to help the women of Lesotho, a small mountainous country in Africa, purchase a land rover. Ifln.slitiicncy convener ]Ur'.s. F. Dangerfield reported on a workshop she attended in Ed- monton. District four confer-v enco is scheduled for Medicine Hat March 21 and 22 with the Minister of lleatlJi Neil Craw- ford the guest speaker. The constituency will be held in Cardston June 10. River with other prize winners being Dave Bcrnston a.nd Gerald Edlund. Thielen was also the grand aggregate long. Charlie Hougen and Y o s h Kabayama of Foremost were the other prize winners in the second competition. Last year's grand aggregate winner Bert Nilsson of Warner, with Bill Troidl skipping, won the number three Bolbnger's store event over Mike Nelson of Burdett. Gary Cooper of Bow Island was Uiird and George Roth of Foremost fourth. Cooper and'company won the fourth event. Granberg and Sons, ivilh an extra end win Jake Staldinc of Foremost with Jim llcarn of Foremost third and Harvey Beacome ol Foremost fourth. The fifth compeUUon, Super- ior 77, went (o licinhold Karl of Foremost who downed c 1 u b- mate Wayne Foss. Forem o s t rinks Tom Ikebuchi and Arne Hcugcn were the other prize winners. BELLEVUE fC.NP Bureau) The Bellcvuc Curling Club reports that the recent annual three-day 'spiel held was suc- cessful. Winner of the top event was the Lloyd Filemek rink of Blair- more. Other winners in the A event were the Carl Neddo rink of Coleman, the Joe Biegun rink of Coleman and the Ken Fisher rink of BeUevue. Hellenic's Sou Bezrachuk rink took first place in the B event with runners up being the John Kapalka rink of Coleman, the Bill Kundert rink of Blaii-- more and Adrian Fabro rink of Coleman. The C event winners were Uie Frank Siekoff rink of Belle vue, Dave Ilallon rink of Hill- crest, Luigi Tamborini rink of Blairmore and the Bill Nystrom rink of Bellevue. Weiulland to speak FROM COUNCIL TO BOARD-John Vaselenak of Coaldole, chairman of Alberla vegelable marketing board, receives the official gavel from Kenneth Williams of Taber, producer member on the Alberla agricullurol product marketing council. The presenla- tion, mode al the vegetabe board's recent annual mealing, is one of many similar pre- sentations being made lo Ihe numerous marketing boards and commissions throughout Ihe province. COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) meet to be held Wildlife Officer Terry Wend- j LJons Scout Hall land of Pincher Creek will be speaier at Llie Colema.n Fish and Game Association Trophy Night Lo be teld in Colemau Halt's Hall Saturday. March 11. Mr. Wendlsnd will also at- tend the association's monthly in Coleman Feh M. Tlic association lias requested that the holders of the rotating trophies for the biggest game head and biggest, fish caught be returned to Cellis Building Supplies on or before March 4 so that new winners can be presented. Sid Wiivchar rink ivins NATAL (HNS) Eight rinks from Sparwood recently competed inthe Femie Men's CurJing Club Invitational Eon- spiel. The Sid Wiwchar rink, with members Greg Prudcn, third, Edgar Fricscn, second aud Murray Ross, won top honors. They defeated the Bert Eccles rink from Lcthbndgc in the A event final. Spanvood High School girl5 rink, skipped by Pam Ceniy with members Joanne Gris, Uiird, Anne Katncbak, second and Katliy Doralty, also com- peted recently for Lhe East Kootenay High School Girls curling championship held in Golden. Going into Uie final game boasting a record of four wins and a single loss. Uie Spanvood rink was defeated by Cranbrook in a closely contested game. Aclachi taiik Hrins model lest NATAL (IINS1 Competing in the recent local model con- test, Victor Aclaclii took Uie top Pilots form flight Sparwood Lions receive charter j award. OPEN TONIGHT How to Jhercrs always hay making ol your nearby BLOCK of- COMPLETE lice. Trained lax men lake your dala and bale-it up inst ;o you have every lax reduction you've got com- ing. Make hay now ot H R CLOCK. GUARANTEE ;____________________ We guarantee accurate preparation oi every lax return. If we make any errors that cost you any penalty or in> lerest, we will pay only that penalty or Interest. CO. Conadn'i Largest Tax Service Wilh Over Offices in Norlli America 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 327-3712 9-9 Weokdoys, 9-5 Saturday Phons ____ NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY CA. Weekes To lead off this week, I must first e.xtcnd an overdue greet- ing to oae of the McKillop Scouters of the Lethbridge 14Ui, lo Mil one Horsetradcr Jones. May your shadow never grow loss! Everyone has tlirir ''Better 'ole to go to, according lo Ihe laic, great Bruce Bairnsfather, rare old carlocniisl of the First World War. We headed lor ours recently, on leave from Llic Huttcrile colony where we leach. But Crnvley was closed to callers and we couldn't even leave the car to climb over (he mountainous drifts by the road- sides and cverjivliere else! That was truly a cold recep- i lion. Where road-clearing crews can leave any more snow this winter is an absolute puzzle! Any inore snow will lend lo your motor sparingly and be- ware of 3. blocked exhaust pipe. Exercise hands and limbs for warmth. Ventilate by using the downwind window. Turn on your dome light when night comes. Do not allow all occu- panLs1 to sleep at one lime. This past week a parly of Fernie men aud women were stalled near Cowley. They suf- fered some privation, involved in an incident wilh a passing car and finally found shellcr at our house. We're happy lo have the news of Elkford, B.C. scouts getting linked up with the world brotherhood. Crows- lie was presented wilh a tro- phy tor the best model in al] classes, a lank. (n (he open class, Gordon Vo- gcl took the lop award while in the ape seven (o II conlest the winner was Darrel Wicns. In the model truck category, Brcnl Wright was Uie winner and Bud While submitted the best model car. Ricky Rake took the top award in the tank competition. Second prize w inncrs in the contest were Bud rucks, Mrs. Gina White for Van Andel in the open class. Dave Mor- gan tor cars in the children's class and Roger Chramosla for cars in Iho adult class. i in the Frascr Valley in April. By NANCY MILES Herald News service CRANBROOK A new chap- ter of the Canadian Owners and Pilots Association, Lo further aims of Kootenay Valley pri- vate aircraft operators, is being formed. National COP A keeps a cJose eye on regulations affecting this recreation. Elected officers arc Bob Bry- an, Cranbrook, captain, Danny Pcrreault, Kimberley, co-pilot, and directors H. H. Moore, Edgewater, Boh Cartwright, Fernie, Akscl S'orensen, Kim- berley, and Benny Fisher, Golden. David Dakin Jr., Cranbrook, is navigator in secretarial ser- vice. COPA chapters arc termed j nights, and the new Kootenay Valley flight will seek represen- tation on Ihe East Koolcnav Aviation Council, also being i formed. i TNc Might captain will reprc-; sent the flight on this body, j whose chief interest is on air- j port facilities, Initial flight membership will stress the need for a crosswind strip at Cranbrook airport. Kootenay Valley has around two dozen private aircraft, own- er-operalors, plus flying clubs and charier aircraft pUuLs, The flight plans representation at the national COPA convention NATAL (HNS' Some MO persons recently attended a charter ny'U ceremony al which lime (he Sparwood Lions Club received their charter from John C. Wmpsoii. dis- trict governor lor Lions Interna- tional. Receiving the charier for the newly formed Spanvood Lions Club was president Hol- land. Eclhcau. The special nec'a.M sponsored by the1 Fcmic Lions Club wilh chilis from Ihe dis tricl.s and ad.ioininp dislricLs in Alborla and the, States represented. After cocktails and a ban- quet, Mayor Louis Ungaro offi- cially the; flub to Sparwood. lle said lhai it is a neces- sary and welcome part of (he community. Paul V. Oilman, a pasl-dis- j trict governor, acted as mas- ter of ceremonies and Intro duced the speaker, R. W. Den- nis. also a pasL district gov- ernor. Lee lloulman, president nj (he sponsoring Fei'nic Lionr Club, responded to the speak- er. Following the presentation ol Uie chniler.a lellcr of congrat- ulaLions from the Internationa president was read to thf meet Tlie club paraplionalia wa: presented In pofrrlarv lai Dufoirr by Gordon tr. Smilli Focrctary treasurer of Ihe dis- ticl. The drjw by maslcr .lohn C-Iocki My IRS n: Spanvood. MEETS MONDAY COALDALE fJLXS) Thi Coaldale Conununity Hospital Women's Auxiliriry will mee; at 8 p.m. Monday. Fob. 7, ii (he hospital boardroom. Will answer juer ics Commissioner The Malinger of the bridge district office of. Ihe Can- ada Pension Plan, J. C. (Fern) I Bouchard, informs residents R, F. Viney will answer queries on the Canada Pension Plan, tho old age sccurily and (he guaran- Distinct Clark Blysak presented the charter lo Scoutcr Grieve of the :lccd supplement. 1st Elkford Troop. "c will also provide assist Even in such a winler Ihesc Cowlcy being declared a "di-'Elkford hoys will find them- saster area." selves in a new Jlfm-n-pj-, wn IJMI- via lion ailfl (lin- "barlnvire IcleEraph" I ravel- Years hack our Scout lens .ccL into l.he village i had 10 parts, will] the sixth mice in the filing of applic.n- j Lions lo Ihosr v.lio are now or will POOH ho qualified for (lie world of ac- abovc-nolcd benefit. He will lio in ailcud.ince KI'ATlWaOn Town Hall, Feb. 14. 10.30 to a.m. FERNIE City Hall, Feb. 14. 1 lo 3 p.m. CUANBROOIv Room 101. Federal Building, Feb. 15, a.m. to p.m. KIMBERI.EY Union Hall Feb. IB. 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. CRESTON Federal Agri- cultun-e Building, Feb. 17, a.m. lo 3 p.m. Anyone wishing (o lake ad- vanlagc of Ibis service is cor- dially invited lo rlo so. now. Meanwhile, Sc o u L c r Kim WhilInker of Edmonton has In move because a development company has bought, up the land where lie lives. Scouicr Kim is .00 and finds- Uie up- coming transplant a bit boLlicr- somc. a look a I. ''blizzard survival in n car.'1 Compile a blizzard kit.. Slay uitli your ear and keep dry. Do not panic and do not over-oxcrL yourself, fiun reading, "A Fcoul is Kind to Animals.'1 This week read of RH 81- ycar-old gentleman of Toficld area known for long years for his care and kind treatment of coyotes, squirrels, hawks and other denizens of Alberta's open spaces. Mr. Phillips must have been an old scout. We salute Hi is gentleman who puts Lhc "kindness lo ani- mals law" info practice. Happy shovelling, fellows! NOTICE! MR, REX SEELY wishes to announce the opening of his business in Stirling, lo be known as SOUTHERN PLUMBING AND HEATING FOR ALL YOUR PLUMBING AND HEATING NEEDS Call 756-3382, STIRLING, Alberla YOU MUST PROVIDE WITHIN FIVE DAYS A SEPARATION CERTIFICATE TO ALL EMPLOYEES. AFTER THEY LEAVE YOUR EMPLOY. An employee must navt this Certificate to collect his unemployment insurance benefits. Failure to supply the Separation Certificate carries a line not eieeeding or Imprisonment not exceeding six months, or both. This Is a new regulation effective January 2. 1972. II you have not already obtained a supply. Separation Certificates may be obtained from local U.I.C. offices. Unemployment Assurance- Insurance cfiomage Canada Canada Don't Miss... 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