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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 17. 1H? LfTHE'iRf.! Centennial medal for Fort hostess FORT .MACLEOD (Special) The RCMP slogan over the pasi century, has been that they always get their man. A slight deviation was made here when they held their 19th consecutive curling bonspiel. They honored their favorite Fort Macleod hostess, Mrs. Marie Paterson. Mrs. Paterson, 70, is manager of the N e w Palomino dining room and has catered to the 'spiel banquets for 18 years. Insp. G. R. Gordon, before 150 officers of the force, presented her with the RCMP Centennial Medallion. Her comment "When my brother was pre- sented with the Order of the British Empire, he couldn't have been as thrilled as I am." The medallion depicts a North West Mounted Police with his horse and the inscription "Main- tiens le Droit. 1873. Canada. 1973." The reverse side ha; the force insignia and Royal Canadian Mounted Police Centennial. "I was so thrilled. I still can't believe it. Imaeine getting a standing ovation from the po- lice officers, ll was a great honor, not only to me but to all of Fort Macleod.'' 30 RCMP rink? curl Townsend Trophy FORT MACLEOD (Special 1 The second KOIF nia! event here has School bands perform at Raymond Band miiric filled ihe hipli school au- di'.orium here reeemly. Two school lianas. cirerterf by Grant perionred. Principal Jsine? in- troduced bind r.: r 5 e r Grsiu Erickfon. Mr. r.'.sde s few ir. of the work bebg done in the Raymond schwis by Mr. Erick- son. Mr. Ericb-on ca-s here three VL'SPS aco :o over duties as o; ;he three Raymond schools. Through the efforts of par- ents and ;he school ho.-.rd. Mr. '-v.-.v engaged by the County of Warner school The music at the hard corjcen this year left no do-.ibt in the mids o: the people of Raymond. They are happy with the procress rrade by bar'd Music for the eve-ing PO-- cer Ava? the '.vorks of Sonsa. V-'eber ar.d oth- ers It rounder! a liclnhcart- ed hour of both I'd'.1, r'.'j- sic ard of more som- ber cornpasitloriS. the police book 55 succcss- ine nnks. frcrn K Di- vision, held their Centennial bonspiel recently. The two-day affair was the iWi spiel held here. First even', ninners were Ores; Procyk oi Fort Macleod, Ed Kirkwood of Airdrie and Stu King of Edmonton. Tney uon the Inspector Tou-nsend Trophy. Second place in iltis event vent to SLan Peddie, Sherwood Park, Mike MUledge, Pjichex Creek, Jake fllliis, High River and John Mcdcalie, Ciaresnoim. The banquet following play was liignlignted by the pres- entation ot ECMP Medallions to Tom McKim, retired CPR iLvestigatcr. and Chuck Cock- bum, sub mechanic, both of Leihbridge. Both men [-ompeied in 13 consecutive spieis and were out of play tnis year for heajtji reasons. They v, ere boih on deck 10 re- their medallions. Iiisp. G. K. Gordon of t h e Leihbridge was in attendance. Lisp. J. Collins of Edmonton Assistant Comnus- sioner M. Scppala. com- manding officer K Division.1 Also takir.g in the affair I-spwior Xorman Brlsbin. Ed- monton pilot for air division chsimian WBS Staff Srt. Bob Morrison, LcU> bridge. RC.VP medallion Mrs. Mc-ns Foffrson, ncncger of the New PaJr-fTn.oa and hostess to speil bcnaueS for IS yean, receives en RCM? Centennial Medallion f-0" c. G. R. Gordon. chamber of commerce trophy evgnf v, inners ct the recent Pert Mccleod RCMP bcnspie! are. frcm lefi, unidentified; Ole Olson cf Ccl- employes; Bob Gray of Calgary; Norman Gi'l c: Eik Alberta parks branch; and Bria-i Tho-stad cf Ccrds biirdeu sliif tin s Blakic COALDALE (HNV Ar.- rr.soc by Premier Ferer re- gsrdir.n reduction of prnpc-ny raxes i? good news to [he iiv- psyer but another siory. nu- and n psr'.icular ere of A. F. Biakie. a', s re- neerir.c of saivT the province1'? plan a lofs of :o ib? This have to bo Son sii'orn bv father W. Go-dcn, RCMP recruit ensued b, Lethcridgs in 1973, is being iwern irVo :na by his Insp. Glen R. Gorccn, ro-n- subdivision. Foilowirs hit Censt. C-o-drri Isfi for Rs-ginj fa his sin- mcn'hs-io-ia trcinirs. Me wcs bf-n c' Prince K'j- B.C.; rrs ot h'1..1, B.C., end Lethbricgs. GIBBS REALTY Barons Phone 757-3820 SECTION All 3 m'les Earonj on povemert. Quonset and grain East T40 acrpj fenced 340 acrei fall rye good producer. These are both priced lower than you would expect. COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Lctlibridgc Herald Correspondents in Your Area BIACKIE MRS. MARGARE1 MONTGOMERY P.O. Box M8 CRANBROOK NANCY MI1ES 30.) Slh ETIIKOM MRS. THEKIA EHNES................. Gfn. Dol. FOREMOST GEOFF. TAGG ton 381 FAITH MRS. THEKLA EHNES........... Gen. Dtl. Contact (host people for your District News or Classified Advertising RCMP curling first event winners Vs in RCM? MQC'E-CQ' f-c-n Ed Kirk'wood CT Airdrie. Siu Kir-Q cf n.r-ns :nto "v a special Monday. CS will be top-05 incl'.ide the pos- in 'RCMP to tfcn Jova Trop1 wnsn 1 cf U'l-bridpc. tonv Weiss cf Elk A'borlci porks Fjank Ireheorne of r.d Ted Mason of Slave Lake. Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING non Deeoux, Rpjidpnl Rep., Eloirmore Phone 562-7149 Loer dies in Hi? wife, who funivos him. Tlio di.--lrit'r.- is Iho fiirmov Ti.lrloiv1 KotvoM. [aMlily for lir.i logger AL-'o survivini; aw I Ii r o lioi-ilon Keui'.olh NV.ill, ST. ul rl.iudiioi-s. Shelly. NMWII. ami C.iiuil l-' Coivwi. all al lioinc, his molli- lie iijvr.'ilnii; a luilldiircr or. Mrs, Slriock. Kim- in w.iil fonslnu'iion ;ho tvrloy, a bvpllior and .sis- While .r.v.i when ii drop- Ifvs. fxsl OUT .1 lui'.k. liov. Givlfi'oy roiuli Mi1. bovn at L.i- fnnoiMl sorvuv at KinilHT- con'.lu' vY.r.ic ;j i-'.' rial loy I'nilod Cli'r.vli and burinl 20 in Hie Kti.iiyrley ivnictiTy, CURRIE'S FINE FOODS A.M. TO P.M. 1516 9lh Ave. S. BETWEEN THE TWO HOSriTAlS COUNTY of LETHBRIDGE Regional Recreation Board announces winner RECREATION PROGRAMS All programs cje open to residents of BARONS. COAIDALE. COUNTY of IETHBRIDGE. NO5LEFORD and PICTURE BUTTE I. KARATE FEJ 03 3. LADIES KEEP FIT 3. SIIFI.E INSTRUCTION Fpci 52 50 c o: o A. SEWING WITH KNITS T. Ffe S10.00 J. JR. MACRAME ftr S4.00 6. WOMEN'S VOLIEYBAU IEAGUE 71 I cr'ir i m c "'f' fi''l Fff prr prrifn All havf rroisiroiion dcorilirtrt jp qrf fi fornitifion find icoisrrlfipri for mi. fpnfnc revrCfr offitP immrdinlfly (tl in pic'iiT 3J5-o" In Ooldnlr. ;