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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July 13, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 FIREMAN AWARDS PRESENTED Top photo shows Inspector Dick Beland, centre, of the Edmonton fire commissioner's office, presenting Bob Deal, captain of the Leth- bridge No. 1 team, with the Saskatoon Fire Engine Company pumper event trophy at a banquet held recently in Coleman. The banquet concluded the annual hose-coup- ling competitions sponsored by the Coleman Volunteer Fire Brigade. Middle phofo shows Bill Tomlinson, left, chief of the Red Deer Fire Brigade, holding the trophy for first place in the Coleman Volunteer Fire Brigade No. 1 hose-coupling event. Next to Chief Tomlinson is Assistant Fire Chief Ed Amell of Coleman< who made the pre- sentation. Holding the Vern Decomx Trophy for the women's hose-coupling competi- tion is Dorothy Kometz of Lethbridge No. 2 team. She accepted the trophy from In- spector Andy O'Toole of the tethbridge fire commissioner's office. Teams were enter- ed in the day long competitions from Fernie, Canal Flats, Creston, Sparwood, Cran- brook, Coutts, Lethbridge, Warner, Picture Butte, Red Deer, Taber, Coleman and Believue. Vern Decoux Photos Miss Angyal Honored CODTTS (HNS) A mis- cellaneous shower was held in the Coutts Civic Centre recent- ly to honor Miss Valerie Angyal, bride-elect of James Blackmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Blackmer of Coutts. Approximately 50 guests sign- ed the bride's book which was carried to each guest by Jean- ette, youngest sister of the bride-elect. Peggy Blackmer and Valer- ie's sisters, Gail, who recorded the gifts, and Brenda and Cindy, assisted at the gift table. Musical numbers by a group of women provided, the enter- tainment The wedding will take place in the Roman Catholic Church Milk River at p.m., July 25. Open house will be held at the Elks Hall at p.m. with a dance to follow in the even- tag. Snubs Planning CLARESHOLM (HNS) Claresholm will continue to d without the benefits of member ship in a regional planning com mission until next fall when council comes up for re- election. Mayor Patterson, who has al ways opposed membership ii the Oldman River Regiona Planning Commision, was op- posed on this stand by three council! o r s. Councillor Clif Symonds, Charles Thonras am William Laing. They voted in favor of joining. What made Seagram's Five Star outsell all other brands of whisky in Canada? Your good taste S It's easy to understand why. Superb blend. Easy taste and easy to look at. Plus the Seagram name and quality. The proof? That's easy, too! The easy whisky. FIVE STAR CANADIAN RYE WHISKY JOSEPH L SEAGRAM A SOUS LIMITED WATERLOO. ONtARID, CANADA Roundup of District News ff1' fjTsTi" V i.cvMS Smash Meiers CRANBROOK (Special) Rising rate of vandalism lo parking mclcrs in business area, particularly during week- end evenings has brought dam- age tally to nearly ovef the past four months. Reward of has been posted by the city toward find- ing culprits, and members of the RCMP trained auxiliary police pool will be called into service supplementary pa- trol of metcred area weekend evenings. Vandalism includes removal of tlis meters from curbs, and then in some cases smasliing the pilfered meter beyond re- pair. New Camp Date COALDALE (HNS) James McQuillan, president of the Coaldale Fish arid Game Asso- ciation, reports the Southern Zone Camp Out has been re- scheduled to Saturday, July 18, and .Sunday, July 19, at the Belly River. Original dates were July 11 and 12. There will be a wide variety of activities for all age groups. The camp out is for all per- sons affiliated with fish and game associations in the south. 99 Per Cent CRANBROOK (Special) Articled wifii an accounting firm here for tlw past year, Tom Baybult topped aggregate standings in Canada for first year examinations at an all- time high of 93 per cent. He receives the Canadian General Accountants medal and his second year tuition. He is the son of Mi', and Mrs. Henry Baybutt of Cranbrook, and was born, grew up and had his schooling in Cranbrook then engaged briefly in banking work before articling for the ac- counting profession. Deadline Set NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Act- ing mayor Earl Tabor has ad- vised that hold-out homeown- ers in Natal will have until Sept. 30 tliis year lo accept offers for their homes mr.dc to them by the Regional District of East Kootenay under the ur- ban renewal scheme. About 80 homeowners still have rejected buy-out offers. Mr. Tabor said the Sepl. 30 deadline was disclosed at a meeting in Victoria several days. After Sept. 30 they stand to have their properties expropria- ted. Top Citizens At Garesiiolm CLARESIIOLM Garry and Charlie Pcdersen of Clarcsholm are equipping the Tot Lot here. The former Rotary Bowling Green, never used now, has been converted lo a playground for small children. They designed and made the playground equipment. Last year Ihsy provided free gas for the Rotary Coach for 12 monlhs. They operalc a storage and cartage business. GREEDY FISH The blucfish sometimes dis- gorges what it has already eaten so that it may eat more. Tomorrow ONE SALE Colours DRASTIC Quality Reductions Merchandise Open Monday and Tuesday 9 a.m. lo 6 p.m.; Wednesday 9 o.m. to 1 p.m-t and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Saturday 8 o.m, !o 6 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive ;