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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta LADY GREY, WILLIAM GORDON YOUNG'S QUEEN OF THE PERCHERONS Lady Grey is best in Canada CAYLEY Lady Grey is a champion Percheron and one jf the last really great work horses of North America. Proudly owned by William Gordon Young of Cayley, near High River, Lady Grey is one COALDALE (HNS) The Barons Eureka Health Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre school clinics: COALHURST: Tuesday, Feb. 1, in the Legion Hall from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, Feb. 1, in the Health Unil Office, in the Adminislration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and lo 4 p.m. BAJRNWELL: W e d n esday, Feb. 2, in the school from 1 lo 3 p.m. IRON SPRINGS: Wednes- day, Feb. 2, in the school from to p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Feb. 3, in the Health Unit Office (upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and lo 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Feb. 3, in the Health Unil Office in the AdminisLration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. GRASSY LAKE: Friday, Feb. 3, in the Chamberlain School from 1 lo 3 p.m. .Fluoride tablets are avail- able at all clinics free of charge. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale, 345- 3388; and Taber, 223-3911. Dr. G R. C.. Palmer, medical officer of health, urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected against conta- disease. Planner Code Clements introduced TABER (HNS) Erwin P. Adderley, director of the Old- man River Regional Planning Commission, met with town council recently to acquaint new councillors with services provided and to introduce Code Clements, planner for Taber. Mr. Adderley discussed the proposed regional parks board. Ik program is to locate and de- velop park sites on R regional basis. The region is from tho border north lo Ihc Vulcan area and from Brilish Columbia east lo beyond Taber. Also meeting with council were preventive social services directors John Boon of Coal- dale and Ray B. Evanson or Taber. Mr. Boon discussed the new homemaker services pro- gram and social assistance counselling. Mr. Boon said the native people's drop in centre would operate again this year. He said the centre is mainly tor nntivc migrant people. Ixwal citizens (ire welcome to assist in Ihc cultural and entertain- ment programs. Robert Vickcrnian, repre- senting Reed, Crowlbor nnd Associates n 11 c n d c d. Dis- cussions centred in deficiencies in the present wnlcr system. Mr. Vickerman will report back to council. of 11 Percherons on the farm and all raised at home. There is a considerable lack of interest shown in the heavy horse today but Lady Grey is doing her best to bring back the good old days when her kind were acclaimed by agri- cultural people 'from far and wide. Lady Grey is shown, above, at last fall's Royal Winter Fair. This was her second straight championship at the Royal. Lady Grey was also both grand and suttreme champion at Ibe 1971 Calgary Exhibition and Stampede. Mr. Young's horses also won both the get of sire and prog- eny of. dam classes at the Royal last fall when Lady Grey was shown along with two of their two year old mares, both from Lady Grey's sire, Justamere Showtime. Needless to say, Mr. Young and family are all very proud Television reception poor BLA1RMORE (CNP Bureau) Allen Sulatacky MP has ad- vised towns in the Crowsnest Pass that he is bringing the matler of poor television re- ception in the 'Pass to the Ca- nadian Radio-Television Com- mission. Mr. Sulatacky will request that action be taken to attempt lo improve the poor reception that is being experienced in this area. Viewers in Ibis area are sub- jected to extremely poor recep- tion on many occasions, and at times there is no reception at all. On other occasions the re- ception is extremely good. Residents here [eel that if li- censes are granted to com- panys lo operale stations the operators should be obligated to provide adequale receplion lor those persons who spend considerable amounls of money buying expensive sets. Meets Saturday FORT MACLEOD (Special) The annual Fort Macleod Fish and Game Association banquet and award night will be held Saturday. President Julius Moltzahn has confirmed head table guests Dr. Stuart Smith, from Die environment department al Edmonton; Frank So rn mer- ville, conservation officer from Lelhbridge; Ron Black, wild- life officer from Claresholm and Budnvell, MLA. of Lady Grey's accomplish- ments. Lady a great south Alberta champion! Snow rigs race again COALDALE (HNS1 Tht recent snowmobile races here were sponsor- ed by Ihe Coaldale Fish and Game Association and held on Ihe GeorgP Begany farm norlh of town. Then1 were about 100 entries- Winners were as follows: 300A Roberl Vlsser, Raymond; Terry Smilh, Lelhbridge. 300 B -'Ron Renard, Tillcy; Gerald Linger, Taber. :MO A Richard Saruwalari, Ray- mond; Bryan Penner, 'Brooks. 340 B Pat Shendruk, Coaldale; Konrad Galls, Couffs. JM A David Oler, Raymond; Chris Coslley, Raymond. v- 4 Roundup of District News 3 outdoor rinks CO A LD ALE (HNS) Through joint co operation of the southern regional recrea- tion board, and town water and public works departments there are three outdoor rinks here. The recreation office reports some problems have been en- countered. When the rink is flooded it usually snows short- ly afterwards, resulting in a bumpy surface. Scrapers for the snow-clear- ing were provided by the rec- reation board officials. Kale Andrews and tot lot rinks give children the oppor- tunity to skate without having to go to the extreme east end of town to the Coaldale out- door rink. There are also community i outdoor rinks at the Sunnyside and H a r d i e v i lie schools through joint co operation of the board and local citizens. Church meeting COALDALE (HNS) The annual congregational meeting of the Coaldale United Church will be held following the morn- ing worship service Sunday, Jan. 30. Sunday, Feb. 6, the junior and intermediate classes of the Coaldale United Church Sunday School will attend the African Adventure a t Southminster United Church, Lethbridge, from to p.m This is a day with Rev. and Mrs. Tom Gilchrist and family of Medicine Hat, recent mission- aries to Africa. The Sunday School Mission Study for 1972 is on Africa. Parents are requested to help in providing transportation. OK mileage TABER (HNS) Trustees of the Taber school division have approved a request from Don- ald V. Kilback, principal of W. R. Myers High School, for addi- tional bus mileage for school sporls. An additional 366 miles were added to the bus miles already approved [or the school's sporls travel. These extra miles will enable the school to complete the bas- ketball league schedule. Any travel over this amount will be charged to the school. Annual meeting TABER (HNS) The Al- I berta Vegetable Marketing I Board will hold its annual meeting at Petrie's Pantry here Monday, Jan. 31. Mrs. Irene Anderson is board secretary. Clark Ferries of Edmonton, chairman of the Alberta Agri- cultural Products Marketing Council, will speak at the noon luncheon. Sessions will commence at 10 a.m. John Vaselenak of Coaldale, chairman of the marketing board, will conduct the confer- ence sessions. Barn well native son commended for skills News has been received by Lt.-Col Johnson, his wife and and three sislers and brother former Barnwell residents. Mr. j three children are frequent vis-1 who still reside in southern Al- Hockey action good medicine for youngs lers COALDALE (HNS) The pec wee hockey league of the Lethbridge county south rec- reation region is having a good season. -Coaldalc Bruins de- feated Coaldale Canucks 3-1. For the winners Gary Versleeg made two goals and Reinhold Rickert singled while Leslie Enns scored once for the Can- ucks. Coaldale Bruins defeated the McNaliy Sunnyside Rangers 3-0. Gary Verstecg, Reinhold Rickert and Steven K o n d a s eacli netted one goal Coaldale Bruins again won 3-0 as they went against the Coaldale Red Wings, Frank Beekman, Cameron Campbell and John Rop were classy. When the Readymade Coal- dale Maple Leafs tangled with the McNaJiy Sunnyside Rang- ers the Rangers were victorious 6-3. Jacob Neufeld scored all six goals for the Rangers. Maple Leafs goals came from Ricky Spillmann with two and Ken Slezina with one. Coaldale Black Hawks re- cently beat the Coaldale Red Wings 12-11. Curtis Bjiek scored four, Leslie Enns three, Alvin Hubert and William Tymburski two each, and Robert Siebert got one goal. A LOT OF MONEY At the end of 1969, Bank of Canada notes totalling million and coin totalling million were in circulation. and Mrs. L e i t h Johnson of Lethbridge, that their son Lt.- Col. Mahlon D. Johnson of the United Stales Air Force, has been awarded the Bronze Star Medal. The citation reads in part: "His superb performance and his significant contributions have materially aided the suc- cess of the electronic warfare program and the effectiveness of United Slates military opera- tions in Southeast Asia." One of nine children, Lt.-Col. Johnson was bom and raised in Barnwell. He completed high school there and was w e 11- known locally for his interest in sporls, basket- ball and baseball. He graduated from Brigham Young University, and later gained his master's degree in electronics at Madison, Wis. In 1953 he joined Hie U.S. Air Force and was sent to the uni- versity at Dayton, Ohio, for hir- ther studies in electronics, ra- dar control and air traffic con- trol. I itors here to see his parents J berla. Mrs. Muriel Ragan re-elected president of historical group FORT MACLEOD (Special) The Fort Macleod Historical Association recenlly re-elected president Mrs. Muriel Ragan. Working with her will be four vice-presidents, each with an Karl of concern. They are: Friesen, finance; John Stevens, buildings; Andy Mac- Kay, museum and archives; Charlie Reach, publicity. Added lo the executive were Mrs. Helen MacDougall, repre- senting tlie native people; Jim Isberg, chamber of commerce; Sgt. W. Becker, KCMP; Leigh- ton Buckwell, government liai- son. A member of town 'council is yet lo be named. Secretary-manager is Larry King. Newly-elected directors lo serve Ihree-year terms are Al- bert Swinarton, A. A. Neddow, Arnol Moorey and Dr. J. Walk- The society has agreed to set aside a sum of annually for tlie next three years lo pro- mote the centennial. The money will be spent al the discretion of the board of directors. Mr. King was delegated lo attend a seminar on "care of collections." It will be held at Medicine Hat Jan. 29 and 30. He will also attend Ihe lourist convention at Calgary Feb. 4. PAY FOR TAXIS BOSTON (AP) The slate audilor disclosed Wednesday that a Somerville welfare recipi- ent- received more than over a. 13-month period for taxi expenses. Auditor Thaddeus Bu- czko said in a report on welfare that the Somerville finance of- fice authorized more than in payments lo two cab companies during period WINS BRONZE STAR MEDAl Ll.-Col. Mahlon D. Johnson of the U.S. Air Force receives the Bronze Star Medol from Gen. John D. Lamer, commander of the Seventh Air Force. A naiive son of Barnwell, he graduated from BYU and later gained his master's degree in electronics at Madison, Wis. Home of fine.Brazier foods Dairy Queen brazier. D B.Cro FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL! BRAZIER BURGER FRENCH FRIES MILK SHAKE (Choice of Flavors) BOTH LOCATIONS NORTH and SOUTH NORTH STORE 516 13th ST. N. Phone 337-4855 SOUTH STORE ;