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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Thursday, February 15, 1973 Sportsmen under the gun by ^ban-hunting' President's Trophy Dorothy and Pal Wharton, left and cen tre, receive ihe President's Trophy from Jul ius Moltzahn, president of the Fort Macleod Fish and Game club. They won these honors for outstanding service to the club. This man and wife team is right behind their club's efforts to build a better community. RAYMOND MOTORS CO., ARE NOW RELOCATED IN THEIR NEW PREMISES Our New telephone Number 752-3324 WATCH FOR OUR GRAND OPENING Public meeting CARMANGAY (HNS) - The Carmangay and district recre-ttion board says groups requesting financial assistance from recreation funds may con-tect the secretary or chairman by Feb. 27 for budget planning. A public meeting will be held Feb. 27 and everyone is invited to attend. 60th anniversary HANNA - Hanna Lodge 78 AF and AM, will be observing its 60th, anniversary this year. Worshipful roaster of the lodge is Leon Mehl. By JEAN SWTHAUT Herald News Service FORT MACLEOD - Hunting is being criticized and it is up to fish and game organizations to keep this sport alive, says Tom Bateman, provincial government conservation training officer for southern Alberta. He told 350 persons at the recent annual Fi>t Macleod Fish and Game Club awards banquet there are three organizations in North America dedicated to the abolition of hunting. He said he Is constantly find-tag himself in a position of having to defend hunting as a sport. Mr. Bateman said the Alberta Hunter Training Program is one area which can lead to public relations for the sport. He said the program is now offered as a Class D option in junior high schools, as a .credit course in high schools and is offered in three universities. The objective of the program is to familiarize- sportsmen with the rules and regulations of hunting, to introduce the outdoors sports potential to more people and to teach the safe use of all sports equipment, not just guns. Indicative of the reception to the program is the fact he just distributed 1,500 new material kits in Calgary alone. Frank Sommerville, regional fish and wildlife officer for southern Alberta, working out of Lethbridge, told local fish and game members they have taken on a tremendous program, in wild turkey planting in the regions surrounding Fort Macleod. A survey will be conducted next year to count the turkeys to see if the program is successful in establishing a wild turkey population that can be used for hunting. Councillor Phil Hodnut, re- sponsible for recreation in town, welcomed the members end guests on behalf of the town. Rev. Tony Duhaime of the St. Mary Indian Residential School on the Blood Reserve, told a humorous story about life. Ho said to succeed in life, a person must have conviction, concern, confidence and commitment. He said a person must be sincere and honest. Family life, says Father Duhaime, is the foundation of society. In a person's family life, three ingredients are necessary. A person must have a wishbone, he must always want something; a backbone, the power to go after'what he wants; and a funny bone, one' that will enable him to laugh at himself. He said it is always good to talk about and to our Lord because He is our saviour. Although He is our master, He is also a close friend, he said. See trophy winners on Page 22. WORKSHOP SET CARMANGAY (HNS) - A workshop for all recreation board members will be held at Brooks Feb. 17. INSURANCE  LIABILITY  BONDS  AUTO  FIRE R0SSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 lower Floor 517 4th Ave. S. Phone 327-1541 Shrug off those mid-winter blues and come see the exciting North Star jogger line-up. The new colors, leathers and styles will turn you on to Spring. And be sure to enter the North Star 10-Speed contest while your here. No purchase required. Model 38 Model 37 Model 50 GREEN'S SHOES DOWNTOWN ON SIXTH STREET CAMM'S SHOES 405 5th ST. S. PHONE 327-5020 ll LOWER THE HIGH COST OF LEAVING" WITH A t t m INTRODUCING THE COMPLETE LINE OF 1973 * SKYLARK CAMPERS AND TRAILERS * EMPRESS, EMPEROR AND AQUARIUS VAN CONVERSIONS, MINI HOMES AND MOTOR HOMES All produced right in Lethbridge where our sales are backed by a 7 bay service shop with 16 top technicians, who assure that your rec. vehicle is properly preserviced when you take delivery, and guarantee you complete servicing of your purchase afterward. ON NOW! TODAY THRU SATURDAY--FEB. 15 to 17 OPEN DAILY TILL 9 P.M. EXCEPT SATURDAY INDOORS AT GENERAL FARM SUPPLIES Pi � 7 Models - From 18' to 27' Also available in GM or Ford chassis m ft 4 Y 11 12 Models - From 16' to 28' Tandems C0UTTS HIGHWAY PHONE 327-3165 See the complete line from the No. 1 Import Car Seller ;