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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID - Thursday, February IS, 1973 Snow rigs bylaw HANNA - A new bylaw governing the operation of snowmobiles within the town limits has recently been enacted by the town council. The rules set up under the new bylaw are as follows: No person shall operate a snow vehicle at a greater speed than 15 mph within the town limits of Hanna. The operator of a snow ve- hide shall stop his vehicle at every street intersection or when crossing a highway, and shall not proceed through same until he may do so in safety. Every snow vehicle operating in the Town of Hanna after sundown shall be equipped with an electric head lamp at the front, and one red lamp at the rear of the vehicle, both of which shall be alight. NEWS BUY with CONFIDE Chester Pocza, one of Beny's sales leaders, is anxious to give you "The Red Carpet Treatment" when you drop in. Ask Chester about the special savings now being offered on like-new 1973 Demonstrators. He suggests that you - Deal with Beny . . . you'll BENY-FIT. ASK ABOUT THE 50,000 MILE NEW CAR POWERTRAIN LUBRICATION GUARANTEE. LIFETIME O.K. WARRANTY ON OUR QUALITY USED CARS AND TRUCKS CHEVROLET 0LDSM0BILE PHONE 328-1101  OK SUPERMARKET LOT � MAIN GARAGE and SHOWROOM After the fire CLARESHOLM (HNS) - With new premises renovated and 1973 Mercury-Ford models on display, Henson motors was host to an "after the fire" open house. Well over 200 people viewed the newly - decorated premises and new car models. $71 for paint NEW DAYTON (HNS) - The New Dayton Recreation Association held a meeting at the Stadium with 14 members present. The community Christmas card realized $71 for paint for the hall; Victor Kaupp reported from the north county rec- reation; Howard Kaupp report ed from the south county recreation. Negligent CRANBROOK (SpeciaD-County court jury trial recently convicted David Ellis Jolie of Kimberley of a charge of criminal negligence in car operation. It dismissed a second charge, that of driving while impaired by alcohol. It followed a car collision near Wycliffe June 27, 1972. Occupant of the second car, Lorne Flewelling of Canal Flat, was killed. Evidence showed the Jolie vehicle was on the wrong side of the road when the cars met. WANTED 1800 PLUS GAL. WATER TANK in good condition . . . must be equipped with splash plates. - OR - 2500 PLUS GAL. 5th WHEEL TANK In good condition, with splash plates, one compartment preferred. County of Lethbridge No. 26. (Signed) R. E GRANT, Asst. Secretary Treasurer County of Lethbridge No. 26 214 13th Street South, Lethbridge, Alberta. Flying fish! CLARESHOLM (HNS) - Residents and visitors to Porcupine Hills Lodge have admired the gold fish swimming in two tanks in the TV room but no one suspected they were flying fish. Recently Henry Clifton saw a large fish leap several inches out of the tank and fall on the floor. He grabbed the slippery fish but it eluded his grasp. He threw it back in the tank and it has been swimming as before with no apparent ill effects. To discourage any more jumping of the fish they have been "fenced in" with screens on top of the tank. Twin Butte Hall TWIN BUTTE - The Twin Butte Hall shows signs of success. The executive, Bill Akitt and George Huddlestun, along with the directors Gordie Lawrence, Lyle Prince, Frank Zieffle, George Fitzpatrick and Leon Bator, conducted some successful and profitable dances and activities. They were able to build a new stairway and kitchen cupboards. They are at present building tables and benches for the basement and intend to re-shingle the roof soon. They assisted the recreational group as well as the junior boys ball team financially and still are in good financial standing. /"^ SIMPSONS bears on furnishings Designed for women on-the-go. Low priced for women in-the-know. Shop only once a week with this extra-big, 16.6 cu. ft. Frostless Coldspot refrigerator $  Completely Frostless. Never needs defrosting  3-temperature butter conditioner lets you choose consistency. No rock-hard butter!  137-lb. capacity freezer with true zero-zone freezing. 2 ice-cube trays  Odour-free porcelain interior  Adjustable shelves, meat keeper and twin, moisture-sealed vegetable crispers  Handy moulded egg rack. Door shelves  Separate temperature controls  Long-life rotary compressor  Colour-trimmed interior  Beautiful 'sculptured' Woodgrain handles 13.7 cu. ft.|Frostless Coldspot with 105-lb. freezer capacity. Butter compartment instead of heated conditioner. $319 Either model available in Coppertone, Avocado or Harvest Gold. $-| q more  Refrigerator* Charge it on your all-purpoae account* We service what we sell, coast-to-coast 'Satisfaction or money refunded NEW STORE HOURS: Open Daily from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30p.m., Thursday and Friday 9:30 a.m. to 900 P m Centre Village Mall, Telephone 328-9231 Railroaders honor Blair Mr. and Mrs. Lew Blair of Fort Macleod were honored recently by CP Rail employees on the occasion of Mr. Blair's retirement. From left, Mr. and Mrs. Blair, Joe Jenkins of Calgary and Phil Gates of Fort Macleod. Trophy winners at Fort Macleod FORT MACLEOD (Special) - Winners and donors of awards presented at the annual Fort Macleod Fish and Game banquet were as follows: Big Game: Elk: Andrews' Hardware trophy, Keith Orr, 32V/a; Jarne* Price, 219%. Bighorn Sheep: Macleod Rod and Gun Shop, small trophy by William's Clothing, Lester Roth, 16614; James Price, 144. Mule Deer: George H. Scougall; Hugh Wilson, 130%; Robert Abramen-ko, 125%. White Tall Deer: Sunset Trallor and Service, Wclman's Welding: James Vandervalk, 153%; Walter Collar. 141%. Moose: M and S Lumber: Dennis DeBoer, 1495/e. Antelope: Fort Macleod Auction Market: Walter Dersch, 72V*. Black Bear: Reach and Co. Ltd.: Ken Nowicki, 18%; Albert Webster, 18 3-16. Canada Goose: Fort Macleod Agencies: Ken "Rowicki, 11 lbs., 7 oz.; Bill Cellar, 10 lbs., 13 oz. Mallard Duck: Kozy Esso Service: Ken Nowicki, 3 lbs., 2 oz.; Julius Moltzahn, 2 lbs. ll'/i oz. Pheasant: Arthur's Meat Market: Bill Collar, 3 lbs., 2 oz. Ken Hedley, 3 lbs., 1 oz. FISH WINNERS Rainbow Lake: Goodard Drilling, Pat Wharton trophies: John Wilson, Jr., A lbs., 5 oz.; Norma Anderson, 1 lb., 8 oz. Rainbow stream: Price's Rexall, Starlite Body Shop: Pat Wharton, 3 'bs., 11 oz.; Bruce Kilborn, 3 lbs., A oz. Lake trout (Mackinaw): Van Tol Construction: James Price, 11 lbs., 9 oz.;. Lester "RbTfi, 8 lbs., 9 oz. Perch: Gunderson's Texaco Bulk: Julius Moltzahn, Vh oz.; Julius Moltzahn, 6 oz. Eastern brook: Joe A. Jordan Imperial Oil Co.; James Price, 1 lb., A oz.; Julius Moltzahn, 13 oz. Cutthroat stream: Fred and Ted Thaell; Julius Moltzahn, 1 lb., 1 oz.; Julius Moltzahn, 4 oz. Walleye: Aurora Transport: East Don't get caught with an expired guarantee. That spells troublel Like costly, unexpected repair bills. Exasperating delays. Protect yourself against this kind of worry with a Simpsons-Sears Maintenance Agreement for the life of your Simpsons-Sears appliance. For just pennies a day, we assume lofai responsibility for all service and parts necessary to keep your appliance in perfect operating condition. We also provide unlimited service calls, even If the problem is non-technical, such as a blown fuse! For complete peace of mind put Simpsons-Sears under contract with a Maintenance Agreement. PHONE 328-9231 Ext. 279 for complete information /"^ SIMPSONS bears Charge It on your all-purpoieaccouol view Confectionary: Norman Parker, 1 lb. 8 oz. Rocky Mountain White Fish: Ted's Welding: Pat Wharton, 2 lbs., 10 oz.; Dorothy Wharton, 1 lb., 12 oz. Gold Eye: Frank Chapman wiring: E. M. Brooks Transport: Andy Nowicki, 1 lb., 1 cz.; Roy Bester, 1 lb. Pike: Speedway Esso Service, Larson's Tire Shop: Henry Breldlgan, 11 lbs.; Henry Renkema, 8 lbs., 9 oz. Lake White Fish: M and C Manufacturing: Pat Wharton, 2 lbs., 10 oz.; Julius Moltzahn, 2 lbs., 4Vj oz. Dinner, dance for RoVarians on Saturday RAYMOND (HNS) - Indications are thhe 1973 annual dinner dance party of the Raymond Rotary Club Saturday will be the subject of conversation for some time to come. Club members have gone all-out to make this year's party the outstanding social event of the year. The semi-formal dinner party has a theme featuring the gay life of Spain and its people. Dinner will be served at 7 p.m. Dancing and a floor show will fill out the evening. This year's party is directed by James Bridge and Dr. Harlan G. Taylor. Catering for the dinner is always done by members of the club. Tickets may be purchased from any club member. Funds will be used for civic improvement. Gordon Cook wins award SPARWOOD (HNS) - Gordon Cook, maintenance supervisor at Kaiser Resources Ltd., recently received the Award of Merit from the Mining Association of British Columbia. The award recognizes his efforts to lessen the incidence of accidents. He received a certificate of achievement award in May, 1971, for supervising his 20-man crew through 14,740 consecutive shifts without a lost-time injury to any of the crew. Oct. 17, 1972, his crew reached the objective of 21,460 consecutive shifts without lost-time accidents. This entitled him to the Award of Merit. Crowsnest 3 spurred by Norm Frankish FERNIE - Eight southern Alberta representatives were on hand recently for the meeting to discuss the promotion of Highway 3, which has been popularly known as the Southern Trans-Canada. It was recommended the highway route be designated as Crowsnest 3. The committee will be known as the Crowsnest 3 Committee. Norm Frankish of Fernie was elected pro-tem chairman of a committee to be m a d e up of representative of the tourist zones in southern Alberta and southeastern British Columbia. 11 join elks ELKFORD - Eleven new members were initiated to the local Elks lodge, bringing the total membership to 47. Blair-more Elks brought the travelling gavel. Elkford Elks will take it to Fernie next month. 'Millionaire' Lew Blair keeps busy FORT MACLEOD (Specia) -Railroaders from across the south came here recently to honor Lewis Blair. After 44 years as ah agent for the CPR, he took early retirement. He was presented with gifts from Joe Jenkins of Calgary and Phil Gates of Fort Macleod. Mr. Blair received flowers. The presentations were made by Mike Bahari of Lethbridge. Mr. Blair, long - time Boy Scout worker, said, "Two things are certain, we are born and we must die. etween, we gain knowledge, we gain wealth and we gain friends. My wife and I have little material wealth, but when we count our friends we are millionaires." He is teaching two first aid classes and is thinking of going back to work to get some rest. Cletus Kaupp wins plaque from Pool NEW DAYTON (HNS) - Cletus Kaupp of New Dayton received a plaque from Willard Paxman on behalf of the Alberta Wheat Pool. He is an original member of this district. The Alberta Wheat Pool is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Amalgamation HANNA - The Hanna school board has agreed to enter into discussions regard ing amalgamation of Berry Creek and Sullivan Lake school divisions and Hanna school district. A Hanna Board member had been on hand as an observer at a recent meeting called by the two school divisions. A department of education official in attendance at the same meeting advised that the amalgamation of the three school jurisdictions would be the most favored alternative and that the department was prepared to offer financial assistance to help equalize local taxes for the initial years. Commitments have not been made, but the Hanna board will study all aspects. Dr. Donald named HANNA - Dr. Iain Donald has been appointed chairman of the Hanna recreation board and commenced Ms duties the beginning of the new year. Dr. Donald, an ardent sportsman in the community, succeeds J. O. (Joe) Blair who has held the office of president for the past two years. After six years as a member of the board he has tendered his resignation. Vice-chairman of the board is A. R. (Andy) Duff. Cards Feb. 21 NEW DAYTON (HNS) -As a fund-raising project, the New Dayton United Church Women is holding an evening of bridge and whist in the New Dayton Stadium Wednesday, Feb. 21, at 8 p.m. Lunch will be served. ;