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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 6, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thundoy, July 197J THf lETHBKIDOt HERALD Z KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS WIN AWARD St. Joseph the Worker Council Officers, from left, Francis Calonio, John Albizzali, grand knight Eric of the Knighls of Columbus received the Alberta Provincial Fraternal Price, Ernie Fantin, Archie Hobson. and Rev. Jim Hagel. Back row, from Award at ihe recent Edmonlon KC convenlion. If was presented by Alberla left: Joseph Dowson, John Sikora, Uj Owen, Fernond Poquelle, John slate deputy George Picco of Cahary to Dell Luciani of the 'Pass council. Yonota and Vern Decoux. Big game hunting season curtailed SPARWOOD (UN'S) Koote lay Regional Supervisor Gor llartman has announce that several major restriction have been proposed [or ccrtai: big game hunting seasons ii management areas 9, 10 anc 11 in 1972. The recommendations havi been sent to Victoria for [ina approval and include a continu ation of the antlerless elk ant moose closures in the Eas Koolenay and the fall grizzlj bear closure throughout Ihi Koolenay Region. Mountain goal, and mountain caribou wil also be closed hi the East anc West Kootenay. Other changes Include delay ing the general opening dale one week to Sept. 9, shortenec Ihree-week mountain goat anc bull caribou seasons in M.A. 9 an antlerless mule deer closure north of Fort Steele in the East Kootenay and a shortened, three-day antlerless white tail deer season in the East Koote- nay. Some of the final recommen- dations differ from the propos- ed opening dates issued in Jan- Ride-a-thon PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek 4-H Rein- ing and Training Club, in con- junction the Ladies Aux- iliary of the St. Vincent's Hos- pital, has arranged to hold a "ride-a-thon" during the middle of August to raise money to purchase new beds for the hos- pital. This club feels sure Uie local residents will support the event to the fullest to make it an out- standing success. The "ride-a-thon" held last year by this public spirited group was a success. Proceeds at this time were given to the Pincher Creek and District His- torical Society to further plans for a museum. uary and were based on the results of management pro- grams conducted during the spring and winter. The changes are expected to result in some inconvenience to hunters and guides who have arranged their trips according to the earlier announcement. The following revised open- ing dates are provided to allow hunters and guides time to re- arrange and plan their trips prior Lo the final release of Hunting Regulations in early July. Black bear, mule deer, bucks, whitetailed bucks, bull elk in M.A. 9 10 and 11 Sept. 9, bull moose in M.A. 9 and 11 Sept. 9; bighorn rams in M.A. 11 Sept. 9; mountain goat and hull cari- bou in M.A. 9 Sept. 9. Several reasons for the changes were listed in the an- nouncement. The purpose of continuing the fall grizzly clos- ure is to reduce the harvest of grizzly in accessible areas. Reservoir tenders to be sought TABER (HNS) Tenders will be callel shortly for the construction of a 100-mJlJion gallon raw water storage res- ervoir in south Taber, augment- ing the two present reservoirs to a total capacity of some 230 million gallons. Plans, specifications and cost estimates have been provided by engineers Reed, Crowther and Associates of Calgary, who were authorized by town coun- cil to call lenders on the pro- ject. The increased storage capa- city will provide sufficient irri- gation water storage (available May through September) to provide for the town's needs during the winter months, mak- ing operation o[ the more costly river source unnecessary. On receipt of tenders, lure funds will be sought so that construction can get under- way in late summer or early fall. Water pressure complaints aired BELLEVUE ComplainU from a resident in the Dairj Hoad area were reviewed b council recently with regard to low water pressure. Council advised that the Vil lagc foreman had tested UK water pressure and determlnec '.hat due to the demand st this time year, the water pres sure in the older lines seemed !ow hut was normal for thi number of consumers using thi half-inch supply lines in the oh water system. Council appointed village 'oreman Fred Jones as loca ilumbing inspector for outside )lumbing connections, to assis >rovincial plumbing inspector 3. Watson who has headquart- ers in Lelhbridge. Foreman Jones, reporting for Jic public works department >taled that the culvert had been installed across the road lead- ing to A, Wakaluk's dam, which lad been opened in an attempt o relieve basement water prob- 'PASS PARADE Trikes, bikes, floats, Legionaires, horsemen comprised the re- cent parade sponsored by the Barb Wire Johnnies of the Crowsnest Pass. A sports day was also held for Ihe young people at the Bloirmore sports grounds. The Barb Wire Johnnies also provided a total of for the winning floals. PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHIN' O z FOCUS POINTS "We are not selling Pole Vaults" THIS LONG SPACE IS STRICTLY FOR VACATION VALUES The Magic Number in Movies Is DOWN 3rd AVENUE AT TERRY BLAND'S PHOTOGRAPHY Bell Howell Autoload Super 8 Movie Camera Reduced 25% 1G9.9D S142.47 ARGUS 812B SUPER 8 MOVIE CAMERA Reduced 25% 1-43.00 HYMART 125 SUPER 8 MOVIE CAMERA Reduced 25% KEYSTONE KB10 SUPER 8 MOVIE CAMERA Reduced 25% 49.95 "GET THE ACTION" FORT MACLEOD MIDNIGHT DAYS____JULY 7, 8, 9 LETHBRIDGE WHOOP-UP DAYS ......JULY 17-22 INDIAN DAYS, STANDOFF JULY 20-23 MEDICINE HAT EXHIBITION .........JULY 22-29 Popular Selection of Photographic Magaiincl Easy Parking, Open Thuri. Till 9 p.m. A Processing Jcrnj tjjlainl 1224 3rd Avo. S., 327-2673, 327-2565 1OTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING Sparwood school holds track meet NATAL (HNS) Spanvood Elementary School recently held its track and field com- petitions. Trophies were presented to the two winning houses, one in the primary division and one in the intermediate division. In (he primary division, the Red House, under team captain Debbie Harass, won by collect- ing 160 points. Runners up, the Yellow House, under team cap- lain Mary Ann Nowotny, scored 152 points. Other houses in order of points collected were the Blue Mouse, under learn caplain Kelly DePaoli; the Gold House, under learn caplain Terry Thics; the Green House, under t loam captain Leslie and the Orange House, under team cnplain Laura Green. Winning house in the inter- mediate division was the Red House, which collected 104 points. Team captains were Sammy Nye and Arlene Dyer. Runners-up were (he Green House, under team captains Kevin Musil and Jodie Hutch- inson; the Gold House, under team captains Ralph Rulsch- mann and Debbie Morgan, and he Blue House, under team captains Joanne Urncss ajid David Morgan. on the piano. Grade 1 and 2 also had a rhythm band. Children taking music lessons were encouraged to take part. Individual numbers included piano selections, accordion, or- gan, guitar and jazz dancing. lems in the Maple Leal sub- division. Sidewalk had been laid at the Royal Bank adjoining the bank cement pad and parking walk. The storm drain just of! main street had been cleared of de- bris in the past week to allow free drainage to the ravine be- low. Connection to the new water line installed in the Jerry Sport Shop area are to be put in this week. The Village agreed lo only make connections to the prop- erty line, with individuals con- cerned, obligated to arrange for necessary water lines on their own property. Two represent Lives from the Opportunity for Youth group for the 'Pass attended Council requesting space and permis- sion to set up a creative play- ground. The girls displayed a model of a similar playground which is being constructed in Blairmore in conjunction with the swimming pool recreation area. Council were of the opin- on that the south end of the Village ball park -would prob- ably be large enough but due to the possibility of injury to children in the playground, it was decided to try and locate another site. Council agreed to assist the OFY group with ransport of materials and a nominal sum for necessities such as bolts, paint etc. The )FY representatives expressed heir appreciation for the co-op- eration of Village residents in iclping set up and supply the Senior Citizens Drop-In Centre. .Tie Centre will be open daily. Evening programs will be cheduled throughout the sum- mer for the enjoyment of the citizens. Contractors' fees came up for discussion, after a complaint iad been lodged by a local con- ractor that non-resident con- ractors should pay a larger Icense fee than local operators. Council felt that since the fees ad been set and notices mail- ed, with some licence fees al- eady collected, the contractors cence fees would remain as s, for 1972. RELAX THIS SUMMER WITH A BETTER IDEA Tfe Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vtrnon Decoux, Resident Rep., Phon> Hear Us Sing TURIN (HNS) For this ear's closing school exorcises, students of Ihe Turin Klcmen- nry School presented Ihe va- riety show "Hear Us Sing." Mr. Duce, Turin school prin- cipal, was the master of cer- emonies. It included a medley of songs >y Grades 1 lo G. Mrs, ,1. II ammo n, music earlier and director of Ihe prcv n., accompanied oacli group THE TABER PIONEER CLUB 2nd ANNUAL PICNIC EXPERIMENTAL FARM FACILITIES LETHBRIDGE Sunday, July 9th beginning at 12 noon Please bring your own cutlery ond dishes and a picnic lunch Punch, etc. w'll be supplied A WELCOME IS EXTENDED TO ALL MEMBERS AND THEIR FAMILIES COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Lethkidge Herald Correspondents in Your Area MAGRATH MRS. MILDRED MARKER Box 97 MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUELLER F.O. 329, Milk Rlvir MONARCH MRS. JACOB P.O. Box 61 NANTON MRS. MARY BENSON f.O. J14 MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSON Gen. Oil. Contact Ihoso people for your District News or Classified Advertising ...AT DUN LOP FORD Final model year orders have been placed with the factory. These cars are now arriving daily and we must keep out- inventory moving to mako room. Really On" at Dunlop Ford so come inl Compare! Make your choice! your offer! Over TOO brand new 72's to choose from at the coolest prices in town. 1972 MAVERICK SPRINT COOL BUYS WHILE THE HEAT'S ON! 302 V-8, 3 speed irons., floor shifl, radio, special D70xl4 WSW iires. Special Blui and White pain! and interior. 1972 MUSTANG SPRINT 351 2 door iporlsroof, 3 speed Irons., bucket seats, rear spoiler, blk. raised white lel- ler tires. Special Blue and White pain) ond interior. OUR PRICES HAVE BEEN MELTED! SAVEI Record new car sales have caused a serious overstocked condition in our used car department. "The Heat is Really On" to move ihem out. See us today for a great deal en the newer car of your choice. Every car marked down this week, in an all out effort lo reduce our inventory. 30 DAY UNCONDITIONAL WARRANTY On All A-l Used Cars and Trucks "WE CARE" Opon Hours: Weekdays 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. CONVENIENT LOW RATE FINANCING ALL ARRANGEMENTS MADE HERE Corner M.M. Drive and 16th Ave. S. Phone 328-8861 ;