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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, February 9, 1972 THE lETHBKIDGfc HERAID 3 TOP GIRL GUARD Joanne Hoglund of Fort Macleod was judged to be Hie most valuable member of ihe Girl Guards. She received a trophy from the Fort Macleod Fish and Game Association af the recent annual banquet. She slands with leader Mrs .Jean Nelson. CATCH BEST TROUT Joe Tarnesswiih of Fort Mac- leod holds" his Fort Macleod Fish and Game Association Trophy awarded for a three-pound, eight-ounce rainbow trout. Mrs. Norma Anderson's one-pound, eight-ounce fish was good enough for second place. PRESIDENT'S TROPHY Fort Macleod Fish and Game Association president Julius Moltzahn presents the Presi- dent's Trophy to Mrs. Julia Medley of Fort Macleod. Mrs. Medley was honored for her outsionding contribution to the club during Midnight Days last summer. She a year-long membership. TOP CANADA GOOSE Ken receives the trophy for the largest Canada Goose entered in 'he Fort Macleod Fish and Game competition, l! 1 1 pounds. Pat Wharton of the club ihe presentation. up of District News rS ..dvUS Otfawa pays CRANBROOK (Special) Cily council was surprised this week at Ihe answer to its query concerning its share of a new Cranhrook airport ter- minal building. Western regional department of transport manager W. B. Blacklock mole policy is to make lliis exclusively a federal responsibilily. Student film festival set MONTREAL (CPi Sir Ceorge Wiiliams and Famous Players theatres will join forces to present the fourth annual Ca- nadian student film festival in September, it was announced Tuesday. The university's Con- servaotry of Cinematographic Art will organize the competi- tion and tlie theatre will put up in prize money to be div- ided amorg senario. animation arid documentary categories. Workshop set TABER (HNS) Tabor school division maintenance su- pervisors mil attend a workshop to be held at Red Deer March 1, 2 and 3. William Mah'nsky and Wil- liam Koznick will attend. It will consider such subjects as vandalism, boiler problems, roofing, building problems, bud- geting and budget control, com- munications and maintenance equipment for schools. Nicoll wins FOREMOST (Special) Gor- don Nicoll of Foremost won the main event in Ihe recent Royal Canadian Legion bonspiel here. He won in the final over the Bill Heninger rink. Henny Haugen was third, Roy Thompson, second, and Judy Mellafont, lead. Twenty rinks took part in the three-day bonspiel. The second event was won by Harry Cal- houn. In Ihe Iliird event Dave Kurlz- wig won an exciting final over Harry Cooper, the game being decided on an extra end. Three rinks each laid six-end- ers during the tournament. In a play-off for the prize, Ray Bcck- ner defeated rivals Bill Black and Gordon Nicoll. Bishop wins GRANUM (HNS) A total of 32 rinks participated in the re- cent ]8fh annual Granum Open Men's Bonspiel. Winners were: First event, George Bishop, Claresholm; Al- lan Mackintosh, Calgary. Second event. Boh Hoffman, Claresholm; Owen Amundson, Claresholm. Third event, Phil DeMaere, Granum; Ted Larson. Fort Macleod. Fourth event, Tom Cochlan, Claresholm; G. W. LeMire, Granum. Pulse of life BLA1RMORE (CNP Bureau) Joyce Dziedzic, president of the Crowsnest Pass Chapter of By KOSS (ilCli Herald .Service TABER ''Beyond the call of duty" was tlie phrase used to describe actions of bus driv- ers in the Tabcr school divi- sion during a recent blizzard. Trustees commended the dri- vers concerned. The blizzard struck at about S Several bus drivers drove their routes at Ihe height of the storm. Some drivers reported traveling for sn hour at a time 1 Mr. Yik froze portions of his at speeds never exceeding five har.ds and face. He received a letter of commendation from miles an hour. School buses were forced to stop on the road as driveways to the students' homes were blocked. the The board said school bus drivers must carry protective clo'.hing: overshoes, a hooded One operator. Robert Vile, I parka, a pair of lined mills, a carried elementary school chil- j cap wilh ear lugs, and a skier's drcn from the bus to their homes. He felt the wind and blowing snow might cause the young children to lose their di- rection. face mask. Some of Ihe pupils are not adequately clothed to withstand an emergency stay in a school LEAGUE CHAMPIONS R. I. Baker Jonior High School Triumphs emerged lop learn in the Coaldale-McNally Junior High basketball league and won the ATA trophy. Front row, from left: Danielle Koenig, Cheryl Tokariuk, Bonnie Stanko and Karen Giesbrecht, Back row, from left: Mrs. Lorraine Hill, coach; Mary-Ann Hand- saemc, Pam Brown, Diane Templelon, Marcella Carol Ober, Delynn Harrison, Lola Livcrgood and JoAnne Hruska. Si 1 WIN TOURNEY R. I. Baker Junior High School Comets of Coaldalo won rtio Coaldale-McNally Junior High basketball tournament, winning tho Kimura Sporting Cenlin Trophy. Tronl- row, from left: Elvina Frieson, Karen Rcdekopp, Linda Klasson, Connie King, Sandra Bohner and Carls Reid. Back row Keith Jorgensen, coach: Rulli tlorn, team maiinrjcr; tindn Esau, Marianne Slrin, Roso leni, Jean Richards .Erika Sonnrnbcrci, Sondro Voscloncik, and Mrs, l.oiroint.' Hill, si'crclaiy of Ihp Cooldalc- McNally A1A spoils committco. the AARN, says a meeting will be held in the board room of the Crowsnest Pass General Hospital at 8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. ]0. The film Pulse of Life will shown. Peter CressweJI. is in PINC1IER CREEK (Special) The Napi Friendship Asso- ciation will present human relations f evening I workshops Mr. Cresswoll will conduct] The workshops are designed during Ihe first of two is to- to assist participants to im- j The pror'iT.m include: nig hi in the Municipal Build- prove their relations with some r o e ing here at 9 o'clock. Tiir- scconti evening work- i ity groups. friends and members of minor- Even'one Peter Cresswell of the hu- j ,K at (ho Brockct j 'JJr bp lcgding evenings. man rights branch of the Al-j Kindergarten Thursday, eve- similar workshops with classes There will be no charge. Cof- berta department of labor. 'ning. Feb. 10, at 3 o'clock. 'at Matthew Halton High School I fee will be serve. Crisp cotton siviesarrfull c1cn. lengthanddetaileriwith SHORT 60WN STORAGE BREST M.iny types including life Marking, CHERRIES KRFlbGL ITiri: OPEN 'DAILY 9 fl.m. to 6 p.m. THURS. and FRI. 9 a.m. to 9 ;