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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta WINS BANK POST Tosh Hosaki ol Raymond ha? been named assistant manager of the Raymond branch of the Bank o[ Montreal. Brandon Scott is manager. 11 is the first time a woman has woo this post at Raymond. Bom at Vancouver, Miss Hosaki went to Raymond with her parents and took her school- ing there. Shirley Salberg is DOW senior clerk and Jaiell Meets is first teller. Nelson irins RCMP hockey; Hurlburt, Buckwell help By JEAN SW1HART Special Correspondent FORT MACLEOD The RCMP came home to kick-off the year long celebrations marking the lOOUi anniversary of iis founding. All of Canada is celebrating this event this year. Many functions have been planned in large cen- tres and remote areas. An aci of Parliament, signed Aug. 30, 1873, was the beginning. Col. J. F. Maclecd and his men arrived at a bend on the Oldman River Oct. 13. 1874. just 14 months laier. and established the first fort in the west. WedneiJoy, January 17. 1973 THE LETH8R1DGE HERALD 3 BURN' TREES Coaldale firefighters burn Christmas trees (o raise money to fight muscular dyst r o phy. The scene, caught by Lethbridge Herald photographer R i c k Ervin, is being repeated throughout southern AJberU. Harty family aided COUTTS (HNSi _ Hillsview gave a cash donation to the Ed- ward Harry family. They re- cently Icsr their home iji a fire. The women held their firs', meeting 01' the year at the hotrje of Mrs Lois Kolesar. And 100 years later, the birthday party started A total of IT members and with an exhibition hockey game in the Fort Mac- leod arena. Playing were teams from the Nelson sub- division and the Lethb-idee subdivision. Siaff-Ssrl. M. J. Moar was co-ordinator. He is manager of the Le'hbridge team. Prior to play. Ken Hurlburt. MP. as his first offi- cial act. welcomed dignitaries and spectators to the match. He was announcer for the game. Smoke damages home RAYMOND fHNS1 Darn-: age was confined to smoke j st a recent fire a; ihe j Morris Brown fann home 12 miles sotrJi of Raymorxi firefight- ers answered the alarm at 5 j p.m. vrith one urut, reached tlie farm, i Mr. Brown and members of the family had foe under con-' trol. The fire started in the base- nieni of :he honie all members of the family were up- srairs. leod Centennial Society and the Fort Macleod His- torical Association. Leighton Buckwell. MLA, dropped the puck at centre ice to start ihe play. A fast game ended in visitors trouncing the Letlibndge Mounties 10 to 5. Staff-Sgt. Moar said: "The home of the mounted police in western Canada is considered to be Fort Macieod and it is right that the centennial year should be started here.'' He explained, regarding the hockey teams, that one difficulty that arises is change of personnel. Duty comes firs; and hockey suffers. The Lethbridge and Nelson teams are both getting all the practice they can as they will enter provincial competition soon. K Division playdowns will be held at Edmonton Feb. 4 and -5. Winners in each province go to Regina for Do- minion finals. Inspector Gordon said this match is an annual competition tui Lhis year it is "extra special." Superintendent R. J. Wall of the Xelson sub-di- vision was very enthusiastic about both the game and the eemeniitaJ. live guests present. Mrs. Jack Griffith spoke on I the- Cpmmuniry Hisiory Book i and said anyone interested may i help. A bos social is planned to be held March 17. with a o.mlt rsi- and door prize. Funds will go to the con- srinje3CT ftnw. Club and Society for renovations of the club Deimuth goes doicn to defeat NOBLEFORD I Lev-is Phillips, supported by I Clarence Erickson. Les Sjogren and Rocky Konynenbelt. bested thp field of 19 rinks that corn-. in the Openrr.g Jackpot Ecnspiel wren they defeated' Richsrd Delmuth and mates b the of ;he A section. Stu Whiilans srri Lo-.i Sirsy fmished third ar.d Tne v.-inrer of the 3 section WES Ron Fiv He nipped Duane MrCurrach Li the final. R. Jensen. Kirp. and A. Post- He said: "The RCMP is given this opportunity maji finished third and fourth. Triad Service to highlight it; centennial in friendly rivalry express- ed through competitive sport." He praised the Fort Macleod people for hospital- ity to members of the force. The RCMP ha; donated all proceeds from the AU act-on took piace in the new curlinc rink here. TABER (HNSi Triad Ser- _ ice is the nev name o; the game to the J-ort Macleod Centennial Society. Host.ng RCMP members from out of town as well as members of the Fort Macleod detachment was the Fcrt Macleod Historical Association. Saturday they enjoyed a free and easy eve- ning. Sundsv. follow in; the game, the visitors were asain hosted to a dinner. service station a: the comer of 47Lh Ave. and St. The ou-ners are Fred Kolstine and his son Brian. Former owner K e a w a y Toyota moved las', fall uiio new premises at Highway 3. lev seek fund? for iuh a la lor Pass Bureau PAINTING DESTROYED NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernan Decoux, Resident Rep., Bloirmore Phone 562-2U9 Fathers of Confederation was destroyed ir. the 1916 House of Commons fire. CANADIAN FURRIERS JANUARY FOR SALE Our great stock of fine furs at January Sale Prices. Now you ton choose the fur of your dreams a' outstanding savings. COWLEY (HNSi _ Uons have err.barked drive to fundi l chase an ir'ralaior. It "ili be mscie available to Charles McCartney anci to The portrait of the ers of the suffering -ema or ciher l ailmeres. The Mothers nated music and z sood num-: ber were drawn to a box social. President Kubasok and Peter Maloff Euctiored the M-eil-iiBed lunch A total of S41 reao-red. >vas for who had no supper partner. Aitogeiher a w-ji of K45 was rea'tzed. Lions thansoo a'U thiise who attended a-d do- nated, esivcialiy t.he women broucit Ihe htr.chcs. MUSKRAT PANT COATS NOW MARKED D3WN AS IOW AS S356 MINK PAW JACKETS In Scco'-ire. D and S556 CANADIAN MINK COATS ilvled in PC Pec-! Violcl. '.Qxc and Raped, Now jcerlf at low as S998 PERSIAN LAMB JACKETS In naiu-cl n-ey end dvec b'cck. JsnL-nry Sc P'ired 01 lew as S299 MUSKRAT S316 JANUARY