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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta CARDSTON The Chief Mountain llcallh Unit will hold its regular prc-schonl and adult cJinics [or March as follows: CAIIDSTON Thursdays from 10 lo a.m. and to p.m. at the HD Building in Uie clinic office. M A C, II A T II Tuesdays from 10 to a.m. at Uie clinic office. DEL BONJTA Tuesday, March 71h from 2 lo 3 p.m. at the school. HILLSPJILVG Wednesday, March Oth from to Jl a.m. at the church. W A TEUTON P.M1K Wednesday, March Bill from t to 2 p.m. ut the Lions Hall. GLEMVOOO Wednesday, March 22, 1972 from 11 lo 12 a.m. at Uie school. COALDALC: The Barons- Eurcka llcallh Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pre-school clinics: TABEK Feb. 29, in the health unit office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to p.m. Wednesday, March 1, in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. IROM SI'KIXGS Wednes- day, March 1, in the school from lo p.m. COALDAI.K Thursday, March 2. in Ihe health unit of- fice (up.s'.nirs in the Tmvn Of- fice Building I from 10 a.m. to 12 tiocn and lo 4 p.m. TABEIl Thursday. March 2. in the health unil office in the Admiiiislratwn Building, from 10 a m. lo 12 noon and lo p.m. GRASSY L.AKK Friday. March 3, in Ihe Chamberlain School from 1 lo 3 p.m. Flucride tab'cts are available at all clinics free of charge. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- 3388; Taher 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C Palmer, medical officer of health, urges parents lo ensure Ihoir children are fully prolcclcd .-gainst contag- ious disease and against tooth decay. FrUny, Fcbruory 1972 _ THE LETHBRIDOt HERAtD 3 Moinni-, Owen victorious Sportsmen bag silverware BIG FISH SPUR BIG TROPHIES Coaldale and Dislricl Fish and Gamo Association members are known for their prowess wilh rod and reel. They catch the big ones. They llook big trophies loo. From left, Chris Lee of Lethbridge, biggesl stream rainbow; Edwin (fex) Wiebe of Coaldole, biggest Rocky Mountain Ken Roth of Coaldalc, Dolly Varden; and Duncan Lloyd of Cooldale, biggest brook and rainbow lake trout. Not shown: Frieda Tietz of Lethbridge, biggest pike. Her Iropiiy is held by Mr. Lee, far left. Tymburski Pholo Vornbrock plays trumpet Monday MILK RIVER A combined trumpet recital with Bernard Vwnbrock and the Brass Quin- let is scheduled for Monday at 8 p.m. at the Erics Rivers High School auditorium. Mr. Vornbrock is in his junior year at ERHS and plays first trumpet m both the concert and stage bands. His program consisting of three compositions will be con- clirded by the popular trumpet recital piece Concert Etude by I he Russian composer Alexan- der Gocdickc. Mr. Vomhrock will be accom- panied by Miss Diane Piltman, H senior year student from Warner. The Brass Quintet, under the direction of Ronald Langlo, will play a program of 16th and 17Lh century compositions and a clever set of variations on the old familiar time London Bridge Is Falling Down by Ihe contemporary American com- poser Alfred Rccd. J1AIIY TY.MUL'llfiKI 1 Iffrahl MMVK Scn-ict: j COALDALE Edwin Wiehe won Ihe all-round fish trophy; Gii-ald Molmir lo-ik Ihe all-round big game Iropiiy; and Ed Onen made off with the all- round bird game trophy at the recent Coaldale and Disl r i c t Fish and Game Association trophy day and dance here. It was held in the Coaldalc Community Hall. John Shendiiik was chairman for (he afternoon trophy pro- gram. Bedford of Lethbridge, regional fish biologist with the provincial government, spoke on various aspects of fish, particularly, stocking of trout. .Jim Taylor of Coaldale ex- hibited the 1971 trophies won by his registered Black Labrador. .Alolnar of Coaldalc displayed big game horns and Alra Hair and Lawrence Hahnrasl, both of Milk River, showed iheir rock displrjy. Armin Dyck o." Coaldalc show- ed an interesting Indian arti- facts exhibit which he had col- BIG GAME Wei Vasdcnal', 1J? I. Hand- Tryphf; Jafcs LikrOorcje Coalda'c Markci C.-lh C i t h, 28' John Schmidt, 1 Mu'P John HS 6, Martens IGA Clifl Lor, 134.3; Den 'A'MlMail dm- Dr. Bill Traber, 111.7, Henry Krflhn Corn I ruction Tro- phy; JflCr-. rVeufeld, 77.7; Duncan Llnvd, 7D.I. Dear: Larry Holland, Coaidflla Lumfccr Product Trophy; John SChmirif 15 x-U. Shrcp: Jim Price, lilCU, Irophy from Southern Feeds. Antelope: Grrfild Molnar, 7B.A, An- dres Trenspurt Trophy; Frank Moi- nar, 72.4; Ken Roth JB.2. Gerald Molner a'Do wor( Ihe All Round Dig Game trophy donated by Canada Packers- He had 185.5 per cent. BIRD GAME Goose: Ed Q.ven, SmiHi'i Color TV Trophy; FranV. V.'icns; Jack Ncufcld. DucK: Jurg-n Wollschlagor, trophy presented by Economy Thnriway; Efl Owen; Jim Taylor. Pheasant: t.orm Mar- Ifcn's Pro Trophy; L c n Srclnbrr-nr.er; On FrJFi Hungarian Psrlridqc-: John Sh'nd- Southron Signs Trophy; Ed Owen; Don Fukifcawa. All-round bird game trophy preserved by swiM Canadian to Ed Owen for a total ol seven 07.. danalr-d ly r.ir! Rr-.J Ken Rclh. i Ib Hel'Tleln, Ih., I41: a. Pike; 10 Ib. v.on frrchy from Robtn'.on K n n Ro'li, 7 ID.; Gunlher Hpberlolri 5 ID U Irout; Dunran 7 !b t Cl., Kirnuffl i 5i'j Schmold, 1 Ib., Ti oi; Potn 1 13 al. Mountain WieV', lu., 4 cz, Kimura's spnrtir.'j Centre, trophy; Ken Rolh, 'J ID., I DDn Molnar, 2 ID. round fish to Ed WlebP lor 171 5 v.r cent by Ki.-nura'i Sporlintj Centre. PREDATOR Jol.n Sncndruk with UDin'5 won Dave end H 3 r 0 I-I Ungcr, EM poinlo. FISH lected. Big game eii'.ries were displayed. nlso "opny, veniurfl Shc-ndruk 3 Ib. 3 Ib, Llrrt, 5 Ib. Hold Lid.; fl oi.; Jonn Dally Varden; Ken Roih 7 Ib., 01-, Ircphy fcy George's Barbershori; Ed WIebe, I lb., 3 02, Eugne Kurinka, 1 Ib oi. Stream Rainbow: Cliff Lee, Ih., Canvass begins NATAL fHNS) The ways and means society for the Spar- wood recreation complex has begun the community-wide can- vass slated to continue to March 4. The project is under the di- rection of a canvas committro consisting of Norm Bakes, chairman; Jerry Klein, treas- urer; and Marilyn Stuckcri, scercUry Any person who is willing lo serve as a canvasser is asked to contact one of tho committee members. The society also disclosed plans lo hold hockey pools for all the televised games. V CAPT. YOGELAAH Vogelaur decorated Split twin bill NATAL, (IKS) junior basketball learns recent- ly journeyed to Jaffray where they split a twin bill against Jaffray juniors in scheduled games played in the East Koot- enay Junior High Scliool Bas- ketball League. Jaffray junior girls defeated Spanvood by 13-C. D. Corbetl wilh 10 points and L. Mosuch with four paints were high ;corers for the winners while Marulyii Downey and Lorraine jippa netted four points each or Spanvood in a losing cause. Spanvood junior boys defeat- ed Jaffray 50-24. Mario Ber- dusco and Ross Travis were high scorers for the winners, registering ]4 poijils each while Jim Lowe chipped in with u points. For the losers, R. Ing- liam netted 10 points and J. Turner six points. Ropers to meet cost about S5.000, is a statutory requirement. Application for l-he assessment to the provin- cial government has been ap- proved by council. The TICIV assessment will be Deputy minister replies completed for use in the 1973 tax assessment. Seven property mvnors have raised objection to their 1972 assessments, and "'ill appear hefore a court of revision Mon- day, March 20 at 7 p.m. The court comprises five coiuiciUoi Bruce chairman. Wrayne Gough, Miite Powell, Mrs. Helen Wcntz and I Dennis Turin. Tile appeals will he heard prior Lo Ihe regular council meeting scheduled for S p.m. XATAL J. S. Slokcs. deputy minister of forests, has replied (o a Idler from (he Regional District of East Koot- MOOSE Capt. John] Vogclaar was reccnlly present- ed with the Canadian Forces Decoration, denoting 12 years of meritorious service in the Canadian Armed Forces. The picsentalion made by Col. 0. B. Philp. base com- mander of Canadian Forces Base, Moose Jaw, Snpk. The son of Mr. and Mrs. A Vnacl.inr rinchrr Creek, Vogclaar has been a fly. inc inslrudor ind pilol at CFB Moose .law for Ihe past 21? years. Previously, he was with VPW5 Squadron at Green wood, N.S., he was an Argus crew captain. Capl. Vogelaar, his wife Ju- dith, and I heir two-year-old riauglilcr .lamia, reside nt 1116 To land TABER arNS) A general assessment of land and im- provements in Taber is to take place this year. The assessment, estimated io do what it can lo sec lhat land TABER (HNS) The South-! Cna5' on littering, cm Alberta Roping and Biding I .ile.salfl nls department Clubs have scheduled their an- nual general meeting for 2 p.m. Sunday. Feb 27, al the Park Plaza Motor Hotel, Lethbridge. Plans n-ill made for Ihe 1972 season. The first roping and barrel racing meet will be held in May. Member roping clubs are from on. Del Bonifa, Lethbridge, Raymond, Rcdcliff. Taher, Warner and Wriling-on Slone. The SARRC was formed ui 1955. President-elect for 1972 is Ted I BranUicr of Warner. Finance and administration committee has been directed to get costs on furnishings for a new RDEK board room. The regional plan, put lo t.hr the board last September, will be formally adopted by rcsolu- around sinall_ in re- j tion at Uic'nexi board'meeting. (jjrectors ]lave accepted gion are not littered out action "will depend on funds and per- sonnel available.'1 RDEK committees for 1972: Finance and administration: F. Eharpo. S. W. Wilson, D. Shcrling, and W. R. planning: C. Madson, L. Un- garo, J. S. Whiting and T. Eeg- lon; protection to persons and property: V. Uphill. W. W. Ag- new, L Phillips and A. W. Ros- icfcv Acting chairman is L. Phillips. Administrator Frank Bertoia has been authorized to take the action necessary for setting up n specified area for residents (if the shores of Lazy Lake. The area would he set up and taxed for the purpose of build- ing a flume from Lewis Creek to Lazy Lake to Uie lake level is maintained. Water righls are dents. held bv Ihe the thinking of the plan, and all zoning has been based on that remarked Alfred Miller, regional planner. Planning is going on lor n joint visit of students from Sel- kirk College, Castlegar, and Mount Royal College, Calgary. The visit io fit into their curri- culum. They may report on the potential for recreation at Pan- orama lski liill, said Mr. Miller. liDEK staff is studying plans for parks in the Upper Elx Valley. The demolition contract al Natal is "going ahead very said Mr. Bertoia. Six or seven properties were bought in the past few weeks, even though expropriation was under way. Two enquiries have been received about buying Uie Natal curling rink. llenlcaze Are., Moose .law. lie joined the Canadian Arm- ed Forces at Cal.cary in 1959, p having cradnalrd from Ficture j Ihcy will also visit wii Bullc High Mchnol, I lives in California. SIKKTS .MONDAY COALDALE (lINSi The Conldalc Arts and Grafts cluh will nice! at p.m. Monday. Feb. 28, al, the Coaldalo Spoii- plcx. FIRE SWEEPS HOME Mrs. Gail M. Pellersen and her six children of Pinchcr Creel are homeless after fire destroyed two-storey home, fhe children, from three to 16, and Mrs. Pettersen managed lo escape before flames enveloped the house. Soma insurance was carried on the home. Mrs. Norma Spanke noticed flames com- ing from the bosement. Lunn Photo, Now in i Spancood teachers named TO CALIFORNIA IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Larry nnd Lloyd Nolan left this week for the Pacific coasf where they will visit with friends. Before returning home rala- BULLOCK'S AUTO BODY LTD. 312 1st AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE Is Pleased To WELCOME -Km" HANNAN To Tlicir Staff! Ken i-, well known in ninny in the Auto Body Repair Field nnd will be a greal asset lo our Bus- iness. Ho extends an invitation for nil lo ccill on him for nny work required now or in Iho future. "KEN" HANNAN NATAL (HNS) Additional leaching staff has been appoin- Icd for the Sparwond Elemen- lary Scliool. Appointed were n half-time remedial lonelier and a librar- ian. In addilJon Ihe board ap proved Ihe probalionary ap- pointment of Ilorst Hees as custodian at the Elkford Elc- Si-liool. Tho confirmed the appoinlinenls following Ihe probationary of Siro einiolini as custodian at the j Spanvood Elcmcnlary School I and Frascr McKio as ciistn- I dian-bus driver nl (he Spnr- wood Secondan' Sciiool. I CliPL' says Hie taard's pol- icy for of custo- dians has been accepted. Tenders u-rre rrrcivcrl for Ilie j'.npph' of new buses for NIC dislricl i wrrr r] n r I -T r r d -no rwfiil. Tnfcrn.ilional Irr was successful on thn ffi- iM.vsr-iigor hits and U'illock Truck and TCqiiipmont Ltd, was successful for tho 78-passcngcr bus. Oislrid school dcnt I'orcj 1'ullincer. on in- from flic board, rec- ommendcd ths following hurl- get cuts which were approved by fhe Ixiard. The cuts are de- signed lo keep the budget wilh- in Ihe 110 per cent factor al- lowed by the department of education: S15.G80 was taken out of Ihe teacher salary por- tion on the basis of some spec- ially teachers not heiug avail- able for'the full budget year. M.nnn was saved wilh the eli- mination nf primary work booLs; workbooks will still hr available for sludenLs hul Uicy wil. now have lo he pnid for by Ihe parents; 53.900 was trim- med from tho equipment, and maintenance budgets for the Sparwood Secondary School, and S3.0jO was trimmed from Hie eqiiipmcnl and mninlcii' ancc bndgcls elsewhere in the school dislricl The lolal l.runuird [rnm Ilir ulCffl. I.1. Herb Wicns, pnncipsl nf Ihp Blkford tlomenMiT School re- ported (lie lilkfoi'd clomenlary school choir wil] in the C'ranbrook music festival u Slaix-li. 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