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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 14, 1975, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, January.. 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PORT HARDY B C market hasn't changed the (CP) The high price of eating habits of Ron rolled rump roast or rib Valdock. steak at the local super- Valdock gets all the meat You are cordially invited to John Deere Farming Frontiers '75. It is the year's most outstanding farm-oriented film program. The movies were filmed on locations in many areas of the U.S.. and Canada. Drawings will be held for four door prizes; you could be a winner. Community Kai! and p.m. MONDAY, JANUARY 20th LUNCH and DOOR PRiZES! At the Dealership p.m. TUESDAY, JANUARY 21st LUNCH and DOOR PRiZES John Deere Farm Equipment Phone 627-44S1 PIWCHER CREEK Phone 235-3711 CLARESHOLM he can eat tor just the price of his glass fibre hunting bow and some dogged determination as lie stalks game around this community on the northern end of Vancouver Island. During the last bow hunting season, which ran from August to December, the 35 year old office manager got two deer, keeping him and his family in venison over the winter and spring. Being a successful bow hunter takes more than the ability to shoot an arrow accurately, said Valdock. It also takes the willingness and ability to stalk an animal, sometimes for hours. "When you're out in the woods, you're after a live he said. "The whole point in bow hunting is stal'king and getting close." The successful bow hunter always stalks his quarry within 40 or 50 yards, Valdock said, and he personally gets within 30 yards before loosing his arrow. The hunter believes bow shooting is more humane than using a rifle. "A bullet takes in powder and other chemicals that cause a wound to fester, but a. razor sharp arrowhead produces a clean wound. So if an animal did get away, it would be more likely to live." But Valdock added that he has never had a wound- ed animal escape. There are three rules to bow hunting, Valdock said, keep downwind, keep silent and keep out "of sight. Some hunters use camouflage outfits, but Valdock prefers to use an old United States Army un- iform to keep him incon- spicuous in the woods. Like many other bow hunters, he daubs his face with paint to lessen his chances of being seen. "The face is the most ob- vious part of the body in the woods and the easiest thing to he said. The bowman's main problem while travelling through the woods is remaining silent, Valdock said, and to help preserve the quiet, he ties his arrows on his wrist with a home made quiver fashioned from a shag rug and a boot. The BERMUDA. A big family-size 20" diagonal Chromacolor picture in a compact cabinet in grained American Walnut color. Over 90% Solid-State Titan 101 Chassis. Solid-State Super Video Range Tuning System. Automatic Tint-Guard. The SANTIAGO Smart modern styled lowboy 25" diagonal Chromacolor console. Solid state super video range tuning system. Chromatic one-button tuning _AFC _ _ ;