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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta TOP SPORTSMEN - Brofhers Alberf, left, and John Truant of Bellevue copped top prim at the recent Willow Valley Trophy Club's 22nd annual judging day at the Livingstone School at Lundbreck. More than 350 sportsmen attended the event. An elk shot by Albert Truant south of the Crowsnest Pass la st fall scored 382 % and the bighorn sheep hot by John Truant scored 180 %. -Vern Decoux Photo. Al and John Truant shine in Willow Valley game test By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau LUNDBRECK - A display of antlers and game heads that would put south Alberta far in the lead of any other hunting area in the nation was exhibited at the recent Willow Valley Trophy Club's 22nd annual judging day event. It was attended by more than 350 persons, The large gathering of sportsmen was entertained by a showing of colored slides' by Herbert Birrell of Pincher Creek who was on a safari in the area around Nairobi, Africa. Game officer Terry Wend-land of Pincher Creek spoke on big game hunting and the gradually decreasing areas for such sport. Presentation of prizes followed and winners this year were: Current competitions: elk - Albert Truant, Bellevue, 382.7; Hans Raasch, Magrath, 270; Rodney Arndt, Magrath, 262. Mule deer (typical): John George, Coleman, 169.2; H. Plontke, Lethbridge, 164.5; James Simpson, Jasper, 163.5. Mule Deer (non - typical): Gordon Leskosky, Lundbreck, 188.7; Larry Holland, Leth bridge, 165.5; Ron Davis, Cowley, 182.5. Whitetail deer (typical) Jake Smith, Pincher Creek, 190.3; Gordon Cole, Etzikom 149.7; H. Plontke, Lethbrldge, 141. Whitetail deer (non-typical): James Simpson, Jasper, 157.2 and Herb Emmott, Fort Ma deed, 145. Bighorn Sheep: John Truant, Bellevue, 180.3; Steve Kuba sek, Lundbreck, 161; Albert Webster, Medicine Hat, 159.5. Moose: Ed Wallers, Lund breck, 146.6; Ralph Cervo, Lundbreck, 145.7 and Lester Roth, Lundbreck, 136. Antelope: Lloyd Dunk, War nor, 76.5; Carol Garbiar, Bellevue, 69.2 and Lester Roth, Lundbreck, 67.2. CHALLENGE Ralph Cervo of Lundbreck took the charter, members' trophy (charter members only) for a cougar scoring 14.9 rated at 104 per cent. The Ed and Babe Trophy for elk was taken by Albert Truant of Bellevue with a score of 382.7 and rating of 114.7 per cent. The William Sickoff Memori al Trophy for grizzly bear went to John Garbiar of Bellevue with a score of 19.5. The Harry Freeman trophy for cougar (current event) went to Buddy Simpson of Pincher Creek with a score of 14.7. Mr. Simpson was presented with a replica of the trophy for having won this event in 1967-68 and 69. Trophy day challenge shields were won by the following: elk, Albert Truant, Bellevue, 382.7; typical mule deer, John George, Coleman, 169.2; non-typical mule deer, Ray Harker, Magrath, 204.6; typical white* tail deer, Jake Smith, Pincher Creek, 150.3; non-typical white-tail deer, Joe Tapay, Bellevue, 201; bighorn sheep, Earl Johnson, Cowley, 189.6; moose, Donald Jones, Coleman 186.3; antelope, Lloyd Dunk, Warner, 76.5; goat, Terry Webber, Lundbreck, 46.2. The grand champion shield holders remain unchanged and are held by elk, Allan Foster, Waterton Park, entered 1960 score 393.3; bighorn sheep, 'Clarence Baird, Twin Butte, entered 1964 score 208.2; mountain goat, James Kerr, Coleman, entered 1962 score 48.2; moose, Donald Jones, Coleman, entered 1965 score 186.3; mule deer, George Cairns, Twin Butte, entered 1960 score 192.3; nan - typical mule deer, Eric Westergreen, Hardieville, entered 1961 score 247.7; white-tail deer, Walter Max, Calgary, entered 1969 score 169.3; nori - typical whitetail deer, Joe Tapay, Burmis, 1965 entered score 201, and antelope Oliver Ost, Seven Persons, entered in 1965, score 83.6. Winners of the stream rainbow trout prizes' were Paul Fitewich, Coleman, six pounds, nine ounces; Albert Gettman, Coleman, five pounds, six ounces; Paul Filewich, Coleman, four pounds, 14 ounces. Lake rainbow trout: Albert Truant, Bellevue, eight pounds, eight ounces, and seven pounds and Albert Merry of Bellevue, five pounds, 12 ounces. Mackinaw Lake trout prizes went to Al Haley of Pincher Creek, with a seven  pound, 14-ounce entry, and second went to James Price of Lundbreck, three pounds, 14 ounces. Elia Shurtak of Bellevue took the Rocky Mountain whitefish trophy with a two - pound five-ounce entry and George Price of Lundbreck won the Dolly Varden event with five pound entry. Pike prizes went to Ben Schmidt of Taber with a 14-pound, six - ounce entry, Gerald Molnar of Coaldale, 10-pound, five - ounce and Adrian Cervo oi Burmis, with a six pound, two - ounce entry. Stretcher bed gift from Lions RAYMOND (HNS) - The 36-member Raymond Lions Club presented the Raymond Municipal Hospital with a stretcher bed to replace the old one (used since the hospital was opened in 1943). The new lied has all modern improvements to aid in mak- ing the patient comfortable. It also assists the staff member to give better service to the patient with less work. A cheque for $456 was presented to P. K. Moreland, chair-man of the Raymond Municipal Hospital board. The president of the Lions club, S. Saru-watari, made the presentation. Mrs. Bob Weir elected by missionary society BOW ISLAND (Special) -Mrs. Bob Weir was elected president of the Women's Missionary Society at a recent meeting at the Free Evangelical Church here. Other 1971 officers are Mrs. Allen Smith, vice - president; Mrs. Vern Beck, secretary; and Mrs. Albert Schaufele, treasurer. Sewing convener is Mrs1. Earl Smith and the quilting convener is Mrs. John Friesen. Mrs. Walter Pahl is in charge of the White Cross. Mrs. Earl Smith is represen- Foremost dam needs name FOREMOST (Special) - A competition is currently under way to find a name for Foremost's new dam, built recently west of town. Entries are now being received in the contest which closes at noon, Friday Jan. 15. The contest is open to all residents of Foremost and district who are 10 years of age and older. The contest is organized by Geoff Tagg on behalf of the village council. All entries will be submitted to the next meeting of the council on Jan. 18, and a winner will be selected. The list of entries submitted will be identified only by a code number to make selection as fair and unbiased as possible. 28 rinks enter COALDALE (HNS) - To date 28 rinks have registered for the Coaldale Curling Bon-spiel to be held from Thursday to Sunday, Jan. 24, in the Coal-dale Curling Rink. Deadline for entries is Monday, Jan. 18. Thunder, January 14, 1971 - THE IFTHWtOOI HIRAID - 3 tative to the Pleasant View Lodge. Letters were read from Congo missionaries. The members heard a report on a trip made by Bob Anderson and Barry Bernhart to the Mexico border for evangelism. Trout pond parley held COALDALE (HNS) - James McQuillan and Duncan Lloyd, representing the Coaldale and District Fish and Game Association, recently met with the southern regional recreation board to co-ordinate planning and development of the proposed trout pond and recreation area southeast of the Readymade School. -Plans for the proposed fish pond were reviewed. The delegation reported 51 acres of land was purchased. The lands division of the lands and forest department may be involved with financial assistance. The idea was aired that the recreation board approach the department to participate in purchasing additional adjoining land. It was suggested a joint committee to plan the development be established. Both parties agreed to work together on the project. The Oldman River Regional Planning Commission will be requested to plan the overall layout of the development. -Ed Cesar Photo MR. AND MRS. JOHN TTAUR MARK ANNIVERSARY Granum couple honored GRANUM (HNS) - More than 200 guests attended open house honoring Mr. and Mrs. John Ttaur on their 50th wedding anniversary here recently. Mr. and Mrs. Ttaur were married Jan. 6, 1921, in the Presbyterian Church manse in Granum with Rev. Langille officiating. Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Matheson were the witnesses. During the open house, a short program was presented. Two duets, Bless This House O Lord We Pray and Tenderly He Miss Verhoef opens school for tiny tots PICTURE BUTTE - A nursery school will open here at 9:30 a.m. Jan. 20. Parents may register their children for this' school from 10 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 16, in the Picture Butte Library Building. Miss Lea Verhoef will teach the children. Watches Over You, were sung by their daughters, Mrs. W. Burbank, and Mrs. C. Wock-nitz. Mrs. Wocknitz also sang a solo, I Believe. Mrs. R. Blair accompanied on the piano. A nephew of the Ttaurs, W. Cameron of Turner Valley, recalled incidents of the past and then presented them with a money gift from the nieces' and nephews and the grand nieces and nephews. Harvey Dimm presented the couple with a battery wall clock and a money gift from their friends. Congratulations were received from Premier Strom, Lt.-Gov. MacEwan and the Granum town council. Mrs. D. Fitzpatrick decorated the three-tiered wedding cake and was in charge of the lunch. Out-of-town guests were from Chetwynd, B.C., Grand Prairie, Edmonton, Sherwood Park, Calgary, Turner Valley, Stave-ly, Claresholm, Barons, Fort Macleod, Monarch, Nobleford and Lethbridge. Course set for fishermen COALDALE (HNS) - A fly tying and fly casting course will again be offered by thfl Coaldale and District Fish and Game Association. It will be held sometime in February. A limited number of applicants will be accepted. Persons interested may contact Len Steinbrenner at 345-3574, George Murakami at 345-3605 or Duncan Lloyd at 345-4313 for particulars. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS -:- CIRCULATION -:- JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blalrmore - Phone 562-2149 Planning budget explained TABER (HNS) - Erwin P. Adderley, director of the Old-man River Regional Planning Commission, told town council recently that increased work load due to increased commission membership necessitated an increase of about $30,000 in the 1971 budget above last year. He said the $183,488 required by the commission this year would be reduced to $163,148 for requisitioning purposes by miscellaneous income and the application of $10,000 of surplus toward the current budget. Last year the net was $142,751. Mr. Adderley said that provincial government grants of 60 per cent would return $97,888, leaving $65,260 to be paid by the some 30 members and a dozen non - members of the ORRPC. The requisition against the RABIES VACCINATION CLINIC Will be held at the Coaldale Veterinary Clinic Friday, Jan. 15th Hours: 9-\2 a.m. - 1-5 p.m. COUNTRY NEWS These Are Thelctlibridgc Herald Correspondents In Your Area NATAL, B.C. Paul Chala ................... P.O. Sex 287 LOMOND Mrs. Leonard Clime .........Genearl Delivery CARDSTON Mr*. Catherine Hull...........GeneralDalivery COWLEY Clarence Weeket .................P.O. Box 7 STAVELY Mrs. Violet Clancy..................Box 52 CRANBROOK Nancy Miles (Special).......... 304 5th St. S. Contact those people for your District News or Classified Advertising Town of Taber, he said, would be increased from $1,620 to $1,-800, as compared with $1,900 paid in 1969. Under present legislation, the director told council that it is more economical for municipal administrations to become Resumes study STIRLING (HNS) - Miss Carolyn Rae Zaugg, recently returned missionary to the Franco-Belgium area for the Mormon Church, has been accepted to resume her education at the Brigham Young University at Provo, Utah. Previous to this position, Carolyn received education at the universities at Lethbridge and Edmonton and taught school at the George McKillop school at Lethbridge. She will study for a degree in education. Deadline nears COALDALE (HNS) - Deadline for entries for the Alberta Hunter Training Course is Tuesday, Jan. 19. Only 20 applicants will be accepted. It is being offered by the Coaldale and District Fish and Game Association. Persons interested may register with Len Steinbrenner, Duncan Lloyd, or the Coaldale recreation office. members of the commission because non - members are required to pay a fractional mill-rate on equalized assessment. Reasons for the increased budget, he said, are the engagement of additional technical and secretarial staff together with office equipment for the two new employees, a six per cent salary increase, and the allocation of a $2,000 contingency reserve. During a question period, Mr. Adderley advised that the long awaited aerial survey of the town would be forthcoming shortly after films taken in the federal department of agriculture's Operation Lift program are turned over to the government. CoW'calf series set MILK RIVER - Speakers will present information at the Milk River town hall on management for higher calf production on Friday, Jan. 15. Performance testing, disease control, reproduction, economics, winter shelter and new breeds will be discussed in successive meetings on Friday afternoons from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. The series is open to the public. There is no registration and it runs five weeks starting Friday, Jan. 15. 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