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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thurufer, Jinvcry 13, THI UTHMIOCI HDULD 3 CAN-AM TAXIDERMY DISPLAY FROM BROWNING, MONT. ANTLERS AND HEADS AT WILLOW VALLEY MEET Willow Valley trophy day Ken Hedley elk wins By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Piss Bureau LUNDBRECK More than 400 sportsmen from southern Alberta and British Columbia attended the Willow Valley Trophy -Club's recent 23rd an- nual trophy day event at the Lundbreck School. Displays of antlers, game heads and mounted fish made the day one hunters will re- member. The audience saw colored slides presented by Elmer Kure of Innisfail. He gave an inter- esting commentary. Mr. Kurc, a past president of the Al- berta Fish and Game Associa- tion and of the fish and game advisory board and a member of the wilderness advisement committee, was formerly an outfitter in northern Alberta and the Yukon. His slides por- trayed many areas he had tra- velled in the north. Trophy Club president Dave Glenn and secretary Steve Ku- basek presented prizes and tro- phies to the winners. Grand champion shield win- ners remained the same and are elk, Allan Foster of Water- ton, bighorn sheep, Clar- ence Baird, Twin Butte, mountain goat, James Kerr, Coleman, moose, David Jones, Coleman, mule deer typical, George Cairns, Twin Butte, 19ZVi; mule deer non typical, Eric Westergreen. Hardieville, typical white fail deer. Water Max, Calgary non typical white tall deer, Joe Tapaj, Bellevue; 201 and antelope, Oliver Ost of Sev- en Persons, 86 6-8. Winners in the current elk competition were Ken Hedley of Fort Macleod, 307; Colin Smith, Coaldale, and Bob Lyons of Pincher Creek, 257. Typical mule deer winners were E. W. Cummins, Medicine Hat, ISSVa; Ron Davis, Cowley and Harvey Dirsch, Foil Macleod, Dave Simpson of P1 n c her Creek scored high with 170V4 in the typical white tail deer section and runners up were Otto Cast of Magrath with 163 6-8 and Albert Gettman of Cole- man with 140 6-8. Bighorn sheep competit i o n winner was' Oscar Marfcle ol Claresholm. He scored 171% to defeat Garth Michalsky of Bel- levue with 160V4 and Lester Roth of Lundbreck, 155'A. Winners of tire moose event were John Garbiar, Bellevue, 17354, Dennis DeBoer of Left- bridge, 151, and Vemon Vare, Pincher Creek, John Gar- biar also took the woodland cariboo trophy with a score of 212-5. The antelope trophy went to AMERICAN BREEDER'S SERVICE ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION SCHOOL MOOSE HAIL AND PRAIRIE LIVESTOCK TABER Monday, January 17th le Friday, January 21st Write A.B.5. Box 946, Tuber, Alro. or Phono I23-42J3 Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Blflirmore Phone 542-2149 These Are The Lethbridge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area BIACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY......P.O. Box Ml ENCHANT MRS. MARGARET DORCHAK P.O. Box IBM BARONS MRS. JUNI COWIE.................. P.O. Box 211 CROWSNEST PASS VIRN DECOUX Ooniral Delivery Contact theie tor your District Now or Cloiiiflid Collin Passey, Magrath, witi 75tt while Lowell Ossing Milk River look second with close 75 and runner up was Walter Dersoh of Fort Macleod with 74 6-8. Winners in the challenge tro- phy section for current entries Allan Wakaluk of HUlcrest took the Harry Freeman Trophy for cougar with a score 13% while John Satre of Medicine Hi took the Crayford Shell Ser vice Black Bear Trophy with a score of 19 10-16. The Ed and Babe Trophy for the best of all big game en tries for charter members onl; went to Terry Webber of Lund breck for his antelope which scored 71'A and rated 98.5 per cent. Trophy day challenge shields (enMes may be current or any previous entry) went to John Slater of Medicine Hal1 for his 1959 Elk entry, John Kro- pinak of Pincher Creek for his typical mule deer entry, 189 lo Peter Hucik of Lundbreck for his 1965 non typical mule deer, Dave Simpson of Pincher took the typical white tall deer shield with and Joe Tapay of Bellevue took the non typi- cal whitetail deer with his 1965 entry that scored 201. Terry Webber's 1959 bighorn sheep, 186V4, took the shield and Donald Jones of Coleman took the moose event with his 1965 entry, The antelope shield went to Leonard Hochstein, Pincher Creek, with his 1963 entry that scored 77 6-8 and John Garbiar of Bellevue won the caribou event with his current entry. Winners in the fish competi- ion were rainbow trout A. Cornell of Calgary, Buddy Simpson, Pincher Creek and Richard Wilkins, Blair- more; rainbow trout (lake) Charlei Smith, Calgary, Buddy Simpson, Pincher Creek; Dolly Varden, Harry Scaba, Coleman and Vern Dennis, Lundbreck; Hooky Mountain Wliitefish, Vern Dennis, Lundbreck, Eddy nrregor, Blairmore and Richard Wilkins, Blairmore and mack- naw lake trout, Albert Web- slcr, Medicine Hat, James 'rice of Lundbreck and Lester lot. of Lundbreck. realized COALDALE (HNS) A total of was raised for the Mus- cular Dystrophy Association of anada in the .-ecent Christmas .rec burning event sponsored >y the Coaldalc Volunteer Firs Department. More district on page 5 RDEK okays pollution control brief CRANBHOOK (Special) Special board meeting of the Regional District of East Kobt- cnay served tu-j purposes: it approved the final draft of Its brief to the pollution con t r o I branch and installed directors. The hearing on the mining in- dustry March 7, 8 and 9 will be at Cranbrook, only such in- terior hearing scheduled. The brief was prepared by consultants Heed, Crowthers and Partners of Calgary. It will be presented in person by Peter Lawson of the firm. Written submission Is requir- ed by Jan. .17. PCB requires "technical" submissions only, presumably by mining experts. The 1972 directorate elected Vincent Downey, Cranbrook rural, diairman, succeeding Aid. Stanley Wilson of Kimber- ley. Other electoral area direc- tors: Lloyd Sharp, Waldo; Chris Madson, Radium; and Andrew Rosicki, Wardner. Directors for municipalities, named from their elected mu- nicipal officers, are: Aid. Don Sherling, Cranbrook; Aid. Wil- son, Kimberley; Mayor Vernon Uphill, Ferale; Aid. Roy Lake, Invermere, asd Mayor Tony Eeglon, Elkford. RCA 22 COLOR 1972 MODEL OPEN THURS. and FRI. TIL 9 P.M. c PROTECTION PLAN i p On Cokw Picture Tube. Atf Settf Capttr OrcuSs 236 13th St. N. Phone 328-6964 ;