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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 24, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta .Saturday, February 24, 1973 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Coaldale trophy winners Coaldale and District Fish and Game Association big game trophy winners are, top photo from left, Dennis DeBoer, moose, Lester Roth, sheep; Gerald Molnar, antelope; Miss Sherrie Steinbrenner, standing in for her mother, Mrs. Lon Steinbrenner, mule deer; and Mel Vaselenak, bear. Bottom photo, fishermen, from left, Mrs. Gunther Heberlein stands in for Ms Frieda Tietze, rainbow lake; Gerald Molar, dolly varden; Ken Roth, grayling, brook trout and rainbow trout; and Tammy Heberlein, heaviest pike ever entered. Trophies went to first, and second places, certificates to third place. Roth hooks big trophy By MARY TYMBURSKI Herald News Service COALDALE - John RotH of Coaldale garnered 172 points to win the title All Round Coal- APPOINTMENT! MR. KEITH CHILTON Mr. Lyndon Foster, General Sales Manager of Dunlop Ford is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Keith Chilton to their sales staff. Keith has been associated with Dunlop Ford for the past 7 years in the parts department. He has travelled in Southern Alberta as o Fort Parts Representative for the past 12 years and is well known to many residents in this area. Keith is married with three children and a resident of Lethbridge. He has just completed his sales training and is well qualified to answer any question regarding the Ford line of Better Idea automobiles and trucks. Keith welcomes the opportunity to be of service to his many former associates and friends in his new capacily with Dunlop Ford and may be contacted at Dunlop Ford by calling 328-8861 during business hours er at 327-4091 after hours. dale Fisherman of the Year and the Coaldale Fish and Game trophy at the recent club banquet. John Shendruk is the top predator and bird game hunter and Gerald Molnar is big game hunter of the year. Shendruk won the Swift Canadian Company Ltd. and Southern Alberta Co-operative trophies and Molnar the Canada Packers trophy. . Game biologist Morley Barrett of Lethbridge spoke on food and migration habits of various species. The Coaldale and District Fish and Game Association plaque was presented to Mike Andrejcsik. He won it for the second consecutive time for selling the most tickets in three raffles during the year. Many people viewed the af- Curliug club proposal to he studied COALDALE (HNS) -The Coaldale Curling Club has offered its curling rink to the town for $1. Making the offer were Duncan Lloyd, president, Len Coyne, Alvin Nikkei and Vic Rogalsky, executive members. Council will take time to examine the curling club's proposal before responding. Hie club proposes the facility remain until a new curling rink is constructed. The town will lease the curling rink to the club for $2,-500 per season. - WOMEN 1 OF THE 1 DISTRICT j Pancake supper March 6 NOBLEFORD (Special) - The Nobleford United Church Women will hold the annual pancake supper Tuesday, March 6, in the United Church basement. Nursing aide training aids Miss Hann NOBLEFORD (Special) - Miss Marlaine Hann, daughter of Mr..and Mrs. Herman Hann of Nobleford, recently completed the certified nursing aide course at Calgary and is now employed by the Claresholm General Hospital. 1934 dust storm near Nobleford The dirty thirties -� a time to try the souls of brave men and women but from it emerged a more stable system of agriculture for Southern Alberta's drier areas. This is how it looked along the "old road" about one mile east of the present Highway. 23 near Nobleford. Mrs. Gerald (Lillian) Noble, president of the Nobleford-Mon-arch History Book Club, will gladly accept historical photographs and essays. Anything submitted will be considered for inclusion in the history now being prepared. ;v!�tt�.v. HHI!? Taber borrows $150,000 to replace downtown mains DISTRICT ternoon show of big game trophies in Kate Andrews High School. Other winners: BIG GAME Antelope: Andres Transport trophy, Gerald Molnar, 71.6; Ken Roth 67.2; Pat Shendruk, 61.0. White Tall Deer: Henry Krahn Construction trophy, John Van Rl|n, 118.4; Larry Holland, 116.2; Ed Cutler, 110.2. Mule deer: Martens IGA trophy, Mrs. Len (Karen) Steinbrenner, 131.4; Larry Moulton, 127.3; Danny Chabay, 126.3. Bear: Coaldale Lumber P. r o d ucts trophy, Mel Vaselenak, 19 8-16; Colin Smith, 18 10-16. Moose: Handley Auction Services, Dennis DeBoer, 149.4; Jake Dyck, B5.0. Elk: Coaldale Meat Market Trophy, Jim Price 217.1. Big horn sheep: Southern Feeds trophy, Lester Roth, 166.3; Gerald Molnar, 147.1; Jim Price, 144.7. Bird game: Partridge: Southern Signs trophy, John Shendruk, oz.; Ed Owen, 15 01.; Rod Ober 14Vi or. Pheasant: Martens Pro Hardware trophy, Jim Taylor, 3VA Inches; Walter Duda, 37 3-4 inches; Rod Ober, 36V'j Inches. Mallard duck: Thrlftway Store trophy, John Shendruk, ? I--Jim Taylor, 3 lbs., 3 oz.( Ed Owtn� 3 lbs., 2'/2 oz. Canada Goose: Smith's Color TV trophy, Dave Thlessen, 12 lbs., 13 oz.; Philip Mantler, 12 lbs., 8 oz.; John Van R!|n, 10 lbs., 3 oz. Fish: Pike: Robinson Stores trophy. Tammy Heberlein. IS lbs.; Ms. Frieda Tietze, 9 lbs.; Ken Roth, 6 lis. Grayling: Kustom Auto Body trophy. Ken Roth, 2 lbs., 5 oz.; Cliff Lee, 2 lbs., 2 oz. Dolly varden: George's Sporting Goods trophy, Gerald Molnar, 2 lbs., 4 oz.; Pat Shendruk, 2.lbs., 3 oz.; Kevin Wiebe 1 lb., V/2 oz. Brook trout: Klmuras Confectionery trophy, Ken Roth, 2 lbs., 9 oz.; James Price; Kelvin Wie'-e. 9 Rainbow lake trout: Ventura Hotel trophy, Ms. Frieda Tietze; Jack Neu-feld. PREDATOR Southern Alberta Co-operative trophy, John Shendruk with 3,650 noJnts (the third successive time he has won It); Harold Unger, 2,000 points; Jack Neufeld, 1,600 points. TABER (HNS) - The project of replacing water mains in downtown Taber preliminary to replacement of paving next year took a step forward at a recent meeting of town council. A bylaw providing for Die debenture borrowing of $150,000 to cover the work was passed. Approval given by the Local Authorities Board was con tingent on the filing of plans for the work now in preparation by consulting engineers Reid, Crowther and Associates of Calgary. Natural gas lines requiring replacement will be done concurrently by the gas company when the water line work is being clone. Drop-in centre for oldtimers step closer at Pincher Creek Guaranteed Price! Guaranteed Market! For complete details send the following attached coupon to ["Pioneer Grain Company Ltd] j 2500 Richardson Bldg. One Lombard Place Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B OXB NAME; ADDRESS PHONE 'Secret pals' delight women with dinner CLARESHOLM (Special) - There are 46 Canadian Girls in Training in the Claresholm United Church and each is a "secret pal" to an elderly woman w h 0 m they remember throughout the year. Usually this is done entirely in secret but the secret is revealed at a supper when the guests are called for and taken home. The girls spare no effort to make the event delightful for their guests. The annual affair was held recently. Dinner was served on five long tables. The meal had been prepared by the girls and their 'mothers. Rousing applause Mras given four mothers, Mrs. K. Mayled, Mrs. IT. Sydenham, Mrs. Bestcr and Mrs. W. Jensen. Bingo was followed by a spirited singsong led by the president, Lorna Slovak. She also played the guitar accompaniment, presided over the program and welcomed guests. Each guest received from her "secret pal" a pussycat scissors-holder she had made. Mrs. George Goslbi, CGIT superintendent, thanked the girls aad introduced leaders. . PINCHER CREEK (Special) - A proposed plan for a senior citizens drop-in centre has been drawn up here. This includes kitchen, washrooms,, pool table room, card room, co-ordinator's office and a large public meeting room. A facility on one floor with a street level entry is necessary. With a view to eventually getting a drop-in centre for senior citizens in Pincher Creek and district, senior citizens and interested persons held some open public meetings in 1972. An action committee, comprising of chairman Fred Hud-dlestun, Max DeYoung, Albert Therriault, Juliette Mclntee and Elizabeth McLeod, was formed. 4 Petitions have been signed by persons supporting the need for a centre. Finally, in January, 1973, a meeting was held by the action committee, preventive social services director, and the Napi Association director. The reason for the meeting was to check out possible joint-use ideas whereby the Napi Association, Pincher Creek MD, and Town of Pincher Creek might co-operate hi jointly sponsoring a larger multi-use facility. Mayor Juan Teran met with representatives regarding a proposal to establish a drop-in centre which would serve senior citizens, the Napi Association and youth of the area. It was generally felt that a definite monetary commitment could not be made until more facts and figures , were available but a resolution was passed that council approve in prin- ciple the idea of a joint drop-in centre to integrate Napi, senior citizens and youth and that further studies be done to determine the participation of the town in the financing. Revision court PrNCHER CREEK (Special) - The court of revision for 1973 will be held Monday, March' 19, at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall. Frank LeBlaaic outlined principles of assessment which he used in doing the recent general assessment. The town annual meeting will be held Wednesday, March Three seek council seat at Claresholm CLARESHOLM - Three candidates will compete in a byelection Feb. 28, for the mayor's seat, vacated recently when Ernie Patterson was disqualified from sitting on town council. A court decision two weeks ago barred Mr. Patterson f r 0 m running for office for eight years because he voted on a matter in which he had an indirect financial interest. Eldon J. Anderson, publisher of the Claresholm Local Press, Leonard J. Back, a retired farmer and former councillor, a n d businessman Mike Kapty are the candidates. Letkemaiin backs centre COALDALE (HNS) - Councillor Peter Letkemann says a day care and drop-in centre should be set up here again this summer, with particular emphasis on the day care centre. The matter was referred to councillor John Gossen. He is council representative on the Barons - Eureka Health Unit board. ,000 extra for town expenditures TABER (HNS) - The town's financial position, as the result of the provincial government's new taxation plan, may not be as bad as at first supposed. Town secretary - treasurer T. M. Anton bases his hopes on the premise the municipal tax millrate is the total levy less the educational tax. Last year the 85 mill rate was made up of 40.2 mills for education and 44.8 for general purposes. Council was advised that the 1972 municipal assistance grant was lowered from $98,000 last year to $12,232 for 1973. The incentive grant based on the school supplementary requisition will amount to about $50,000 for a net reduction of approximately $36,000. Against this reduction, the provincial government will pick up hospital requisitions amounting to $72,000 last year and health unit costs of some $24,000 leaving some $60,000 extra for town expenditures, or about six mills. �to, at 8. p.m. in-the Canyon School auditorium. The financial report and reports from councillors will be heard. Six dogs nabbed COALDALE (HNS) - Dog-catcher John Reurink reported to council recently that six dogs were impounded in January. One had been picked up by the owner and two had to be destroyed. Mr. Reurink reported 11 complaints were received and nine dogowners were notified that their dog was running loose. Licence tags for 15 females and 93 males had been pur-ihased by canine owners. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS -:- CIRCULATION -:- JOB PRINTING Vernon Dccoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore - Phone 562-214* 'UJilUIUUlltuluuiiiKiuiiaumimuuui'iiia"' More dis'trict on Page 15 l Attend parley STIRLING (HNS) - Mayor Clifford Hirsche and Ernie Reed of Warner recently attended the annual health unit and social development conference at Edmonton. First aiders COUTTS (HNS) - Coutts volunteer firefighters have completed their St. Johns Ambulance first aid course. Hall with Everett Ford as instructor. The 10 firemen will receive their certificates at a later date. QUICK MOUNT ALTEVERT0R MOUNTS EASILY ON CARS, TRUCKS or TRACTORS Converts 12V to 110V Will operate any brush type motor or 11 Ov heating element, will operate welder using up to 3000 watts, with no damage to vehicle, alternator or tools, lifetime guarantee, a must for all farm, ranch or industrial vehicles. Sold Exclusively at FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244 3rd Ave. S. 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