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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Willow Valley Trophy Club winners Stan Reiser's moose rack thrills 250 Thundoy, January 18, THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 friends meet It takes the Willow Valley Trophy Club to get Conservatives and Liberals together says Mrs. Stan (Kathleen) Warner of Cowle y as she gives J-e Gicss. from a ranch north of Pincher Creek, a friendly hug. Mr. Glass a strong Liberal supporter, attends the Willow Valley Trophy Club event every year. A bachelor, he is 78 and came west to the foothills around 1900. He has seen many Gap cattle roundups. He came tc this area from the Red Deer River country. Decoux Photo By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau LUXDBRECK Stan Rei- ser of Calgary is the new Grand Champion Shield ho'd- er in the WJ'low VaUey Tro- phy Club annual Judging Day competitions. His fine enLry will bo reg- istered in the Boone and Crockett Score boos. The moose rack scored v Other grand champion shield holders are Allan Fos- ter of Waterton for Eik: Clar- ence B a i r d of Twin Butte. Bighorn sheep: Jim Kerr oi C o 1 e m a n. goat: Gexrce Cairns of Twin Butte. mule deer: Eric Wesrerzreen of Hardieville. non-typical mule deer; Dave Simnsoa of Pincher Creek. h i t e tail deer: Joe Tapay of BelleMie, non-typical whileiail doer: and Oliver Ost of Seven Per- sons, antelorje. SHIELD WINNERS dinners of the trophy chy challenge shields were elk. Jack Dezall of Lundbreck: mule deer. Joe Kropinak of Fincher: Dave Simpson of Pincher: typical whisetail, Joe Tapay ci Eellevue. bighorn sheep. Ruben Vanoni o; Coleman: moose. Stan Reiser of Cal- gary: antelope. Lowell Osirs oi Miii River: goat. Ralph Cervo of Lundbreck; Caribou. Lloyd Dunk of Warner. Winners In the challenge trophies! current entries! were Shell Service Black Bear trophy. Bob Lvons o: Pincher Creek. He also took the Ed ard Babe Trcphy for the bes; of all big game entries. Ralph Cervo of Lundbreck. bighorn sheep entry, took the Charter Members trophy for the bes; of all big game en- tries for charter members only. were no entries in the Harry Freeman Cougar trophy competirion or the William Sicsoff Grizzly Bear Memorial trophy. Awards for the current competitions were and prizes in the Elk went to Rodrey Arr-dt of Maerath. James Price of Lundbreck ar.d Alan Mioi-alsky of Trophies in the mule deer tvpical event weni to Kudk cf Lundbreck. Ralph Michalsky of BelieMje arid Col'iiv Passey of In the typical white tail ceer event trophies went to Cd'in Passey of Magrath. Herb Emniott of Fon Mac- lecxl and Waller Co'Jar of FCT Macleod. Trophy winners were Ralnh Cervo of Lundbreck. Bruce Mackintosh of Granum and Letter Roth of Lundbreck in sheep: Denn's De- Toe- of Lethbridge and Cervo o: Lundbreck. mcose: Lou ell o: River. Roger Jensen oi Champion Waller Derseh of Fort Macleod. antelope: and Lloyd Dunk of Warner, woodland caribou. EFST FISH competition wfcners e r e: Rainbow trout 'streamsi P. Dais of Calgary, 5 Ibs. 12 oz.: Mrs. A. Barclay, Plr.cher. 3 Ibs. 4 oz.: R. H. Wilkirs. Sel'evue. 1 !b. 9 oz.: rflnbow trou; 'lakes i. Harry Scaba of Coleman: Ibs. 12 or... Martha Tamborini. Blair- Ibs. i oz.. Frieda of 3 ibs. 6 o; Ai Halev of Pincher Creek Good place to hang your Slan Reiser of Calgary shows his fine moose rack. If capped the Grand Champion MOOES Shield in the Wil- low Valley Trophy annual Judging Dcy competitions recently at Lundbreck. II will be entered in the Boone and Crockett Record eighths tc defeat ct oid five look top ir. the Trout with his er. Jim Price of Lur.dhreck took second with his 10 poimd. !3-ounce entry. Charles Price of Pincher and R. E. C-rayford of Lund- breck split third with 10 pound, one-ounce entries. Doliy Varden trophy and prizes went to W. P. Dais of Calgary with a 3 Ibs. 13.5 oz. entry while second went to Maurice Bone of Hillcrest with a 3 Ibs.. 4 ounce fish. The Rocky Mountain Whitefish trophy e ri t to w. P. Dais of Calgary for his I Ibs. 5 oz. entry. Merry of took second with a one pound, four ounce entrv. RCMP FORT MACLEOD i Special! Centennial RCMP Curl- ing Bonspiel mil be held in the Fort Macleod Arena Fri- and Saturday. Jan. 19 and 20.' H is expected there will be curling more 30 rirk5 in atten- dance: of ihcm from K Division, hul many vis- itors from ourside the prov- ince are expected and come. Frida A banquet will conclude ine weekend events. The second- RCMP Centen- nial event for southern Alber- ta is also scheduled to take place in Fort Macleod. Ine original home of the force. Adrian Cervo of Burmis took the trophy with a seven pound. 10 omce Pike and Lawrence Halmrrs; o' e- took second ounce fin. Mrs. Freida Tieiz of Lelh- bridge thirc a seven pound, two ounce pike. AT LUNDBRECK The 24'h annual evert was held in the Livingstorje School ai Lundbreck. The 250 people in atten- dance heard an intererfr.g talk on game ard wildlife Presentation by ?Jorley Bar- rel, regional wildlife biol- ogist. Lethbridgc. Mr Barrett spoke on wha! i; teuis do-e by ihe govern- ment departments to oroino'e good healthy herds of wild animals and to provide them wia gocd feed'ng grounds. He iLusn-Eted his talk fades showir.g how elk r.-e trapped and checked for dis- ease and hea'.th. He ako said wild turkey Mould be planted in the Por- cupine Kills in the near fu- to provide future hun> ir.g. Chairman of the event. .Tack Dezall. tecietary. Kubasek. expressed th'anks to all who SEE RCMP HOCKEY FORT (Speciall those attending the RCMP hockey game here were Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKim oi Lethbridge. Mr. McKim was a CPR investigator prior to re- tirement. Fire Chief Gordon Hacking of T a b e r. former RCMP member, was also pres- en'_ F1C.HT DYSTROPHY Cfl.-VLDALE iHNSi A toial of S316 was collected (or the Muscular Dys-trophy Associa- tion bv the Coaldale vol'jnleer hre depanment in the annual Christmas tree burning held recenih'. FOR TEACHER AIDES CL.VRESHOLM ada Manpow-er. Lethbridee. an- nounced Wednesday the Willow Creek school division applica- tion for funds under the local initiatives program has been approved. A grant of ?2tj.59S will be used to employ nine teacher aifes in v a r i o u s schools ihrougbou; Ihc division from Feb. 1 to June 15. SIMPSONS bears ATTENTION COMMISSION SALES PEOPLE You Are Needed In the following areas: APPLIANCES FURNITURE TV and STEREO Excellent earnings po'entio! is assured to Ihc agaifssive sales person. Preference will be pi.-en fo those cv- ond of the coove, or closely re- loted areas. Benefits ara ot follows: 40-hour, 5-day week Discount on purchases Medical Profit sharing Apply In person to SIMPSONS.SEARS PERSONNEL DEPT. CENTI'E VIUAC-E MALI COUNSELLORS TABER 'HNS) Sustained Ihe LDS Church Firfi Ward r.iemberslup were counsellors Kenneth W Gamer and John W. Gray. The bishop- ric succeeds Bishop Keith E. Francis and counsellors Earl H. Ellinescn and Alan B. Shaw. LOGGING MANAGER CR.VXBROOK iSpeci a T- Croslb-cok Forest Induslries Ltd. has announced the appoinl- men: of a native son. Roller! Ruali of Cranbrook. as logging manager for ils four wood plants and pulpmiil. 70MC CR.AXBROOK .Special'- The link of Max- Shaw, skip. Musser. Diane Sorrasen and Barbara Hrvciuk are East Kooienay rone ners toward the annual Cana- dian Women's imcr-provincial ehampionship at Chariottetown, F.E.I starting Feb. Co. LDS PARLEY Pres- ident Fay H. Walker will con- duc: meetings of ihe quarterlr conferen-ce of the Taylor L Stake Saturday and Sundar Jar.. CO and at the Raymond Culture FORT MACLFOD-The fam- ily of Mr. and Mrs. John Pan- skv of Fort Macleod invite friends to celebrate their anni- versary at an own house Jan. C7 ai ihe Knights of Columbus Hs'.i fren. p m. to 1 a.m. There will be dancing. No pfti by request. Senlinek of the Rockies An exceiler.l orrcy of venous of wiM ers line the hail of Ihe Livings'on School at Lu-ia'bretrk; -ore then 250 people attending the Willow Valley NEW BISHOP TABER (HNS' Poi-ald F Fisher was installed bishop oi the LDS Church's Taber First Ward at the annual ard con- ference here. He sened in a Trophy Clubs 2-ith nnnual judging dcy. Book. The rock measures 196 end five the Doraid Jones of Colemcn 1P65 entry -eighths. DECOUX Fhoio number of ward and slake po- sitions. Deccjx Pnota Six new subjecrs NATAL (HNS. Six addi- tional subjects will be taught at adult education classes ai Fer- me. Spanvood and Elkiorri. I rector of adult education Ray Hughes says. The courses include an, at Sparwood by Franz K o c i; in- dustrial firs: aid. 2t Spanrood by Don Aliinbone and at Fer- nie by Edgar Wilson; prepara- tion of the new income tax form, at Fernie by Jack Fetz- ko: defensive at Fer- nie by Mr. Hughes: communi- cations, workshop with iristrvjc- Uon by Bev De'yea and blue- print reading and sketching, at Fernie by Helmut Hahn and at Elkford by Cliff Worthy. Mr. Hughes has arranged irith freelance writ- ers Mrs. Phyllis Delaney and Mrs. Nora Piper to offer by cor- respondence a cresth e writing course. Trie murse is primarily designed for beginner writers 1 who want to ieam tips and ifechiioues for success. Mine rescue NATAL (HNS) Kaiser em- ployees who recsrrjy completed mine rescue training are John Cameron. Robert Hicks. Mar.- Holmes. Ro.iald Lorenz. Charlie Nickerson. B a i b i r Dhi2om, James Rejiwldfi and Charles Haslam. j A recent announcement from i the B.C. Workmen's Compensa- tion Board says the rate 'charged by the WCB to coal mininp firmf decrease by K per cer1. or from 5475 per o: assessable Lo Visit parents BL.AIKMORE (CNP Bureau) -RCMP ConrL. and Mrs. War- res Cecchini of Lake Cowichan, B.C.. are visiting their parents. ?.L-. and Mrs. Louis Cecchini and Mr and Mrs. Louis Deren- ro, all o: Biainrjore. i General meeting COLEM.AN (C.VP Bureau 1 The citizens' committee of ITTI- j 5 hold a general meeting in the Polish Hall. Coieman. at p.m. Sun- day. Jan. 21. I Problems and improvements. 1 needed in the area, will be dis- cussed. It is hoped to elect rep- resentatives from each area to act in an advisory capacity to the ID 5 executive corninirtee. I Carcasses hit i COLEMAN (CNP Bureau! James Burger. Chinook HeaMi L'ni: inspector, will take mea- sures to deal with citizens who discard wild game carcasses in their garbage containers. Dog tags for 1973 are now due and are available a: the town office. Wins grant COLZMAN (CN? Bureaul Ken Smith, co-ordinaior of local initiative programs of the de- petrrnen; of manpower and im- migration, has advised the Town of Coleman will receive for repairs and restora- tion on the town reservoir, the banks of Nez Perce Creek, end for work sidewalk and sew- COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Lctlibridtjc Herald Correspondents in Your Area GRANUM MRS. ED. CESAR General Delivery GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TURNBUtt General Delivery PICTURE BUTTE S. P. JOHNSON Gen. Del. RAYMOND MRS. DELIA WOOLF Gen. Del. TURIN Mn. Paulin Juhar................ Phone 731.4394 Contact these people far your District New! or Classified Advertising Home of fine Brazier Dairy TONIGHT! FRIDAY! SATURDAY! SPECIAL! brazier. Cfllp I split Regular 75c SUPER SPECIAL ONLY PHONE 327-4855 NORTH STORE ONLY 516-13th Street North ;