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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, July 51, THE LETHBRIDGE HERAIO 3 doings Ii Sunday FORT MACLEOD (Special )-The Fort Macleod Fish and Game Association, will honor town and district senior citizens Sunday, July 23. At. 9 a.m. all interested senior citizens are asked to be at Pioneer Lodge. The bus will leave at that time and proceed to Beauvais Lake for a picnic. Members hope the older folk will enjoy the fishing and Ire m tm 1 'f FISH POND FOR CHILD ation's children's fish pond been officially opened. The of 14 feet, Primarily spring springs which feed it. A rec populalion of fresh water s bgw Irgul, up to about e gh 200 hapi delighted By MARGARET LUNN Special Correspondent PINCHER CREEK Cool, windy weather greeted more than 200 youngsters for the opening ol the new fish pond recently. The pond is located one mile south of the post office and is open to all youngsters 13 and younger. Tliis fish pond has been a dream of the Pincher Creek Fish and Game Club for the past few years. Through the efforts of the members, the cooperation, of the local Alberta Fish and Wildlife officers, to brag about the "big ones that didn't get away." To Rochester FORT MACLEOD Ted Thaell has been accepted at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., for postgraduate work in internal medicine. Born and educated here, he took his pre-medical training at the University of Calgary and then spent four years studying at the University of Alberta. He received his MD degree in 1970. The past year Dr. Thaell has Interned at Holy Cross Hospital, Calgary. Dr. and Mrs. Thaell are now residing at Rochester. Appaloosa show FORT MACLEOD (Special )-Entries from all over Alberta were in competition for top honors at the Tri-Alta Appaloosa Show at Ponoka. Attending from Fort Macleod were Jim Isberg and Larry Gray. Jim Isberg took tliird hi' the halter class for 1972 colts and second in the dinner tell derby. Larry Gray copped second for his 1969 stallion, tliird in tie costume class, fifth in western pleasure and sixth in. mares halter class and 1969 mares and reining category. There were 110 entries. The only exhibitor from the south was Bill Stronski of Clares-holm. He was successful in many classes. Recover body SPARWOOD (HNS) T he REN The Pincher Creek and one mile south of town on jond is about half an acre in un-off water regulales the wa ent survey by Fish and Widlife irimp and other marine life. L t inches in lenglh, were slocks )y youngs with clul erous contributions from district merchants, and the help given by Eugen Cyr in providing the pond and land, the project finally became a reality. Mr. Cyr received an award from the club in recognition ol his efforts. It is hoped parents will encourage and take their children to the pond and enjoy the thrill of watching them catch Fish and Game Associ-the E. P. Cyr properly, has size with a maximum depth er level but Ihere are small officers determined a good ast spring about rain-d and are doing well. Margaret Lunn Pholo ters pond Two prizes were awarded, one for the first fish caught, won by Bill Andrew, and another for the first youngster to catch his limit of five fish. It was won by Randal Dyck. Anyone interested in. joining the fish and game club should do so before Sept. in order to be eligible for the trophy competitions for big game and fish which are held each year together with the annual dinner. Memberships are available at Tex's Barber shop, Wrangler's Wear House and Archie Pelrone at the Bunny Bar. The club thanked the following for helping: Johnson Bros. Sawmill; Pincher Creek Co-op; Moore's I.G.A.; Fish and Wildlife officers; Tex's Barber Shop; Wrangler's Wear House; Macleod's Store; and Bob Burns, as well as members who turned out for the work while instilling in them some of the ideas of conservation and sportsmanship. You do not have to be a member of the fish and game club to fish in this pond, members 14 take to Chaii CARMANGAY passengers from Carman-gay and Barons and bus driver Ken Volk enjoyed a trip to Chain Lakes, 24 miles west of Nanton. After lunch the assistant ranger, Mr. Husby, and a naturalist, a student from the University of Alberta, a member of the STEP boarded the bus i Lakes took the group on a guided tour of the park. Camp kitchens are in process ot being built. After the group left the park it travelled through a portion of the Porcupine Hills and saw the beautiful scenery of the foothills, then went to Claresholm for supper. Carmangay Courtesy Bus was of a youngster from Rex-ford, Mont., has been recovered. Douglas Truman, 16-months, was with his parents and several relatives at Polak Creek campsite in the Flathead about 20 miles from Sparwood when he disappeared. Because of darkness the Spar-wood RCMP began the search next day with the aid of a police dog and campers. The body was found on a sand bar about one mile from the campsite. Guides camp CARMANGAY (HNS) Car-mangay and Claresholm Gir Guides held a combined summer camp at Leeds Grove, Claresholm recently. The camp was under the leadership of Rosella Hubka, Ethel Nelson and Mrs. McMillan. Eleanor Ross was camp nurse and Grace McLeod junior leader. The weather was not the best for camping but a fair amount of test work was accomplished and several badges earned. Okay project TABER (HNS) Construction of a science room and gymnasium addition at Ihe Vauxhall Elementary School will proceed in. spite of the high tenders received for the work. Earlier constructor set the cost of the proj. eel at wiu'lc bh.i ic ceived were COO from Kenwood Engineering Ltd. and from Weshridge Construction Lid., both of Lclhbridge. The board accepted the lowest tender because failure to complete the work would mean a loss of in provincial grants available to the Taber school division. Balance ol funds required will come from accumulated surplus. Work will be delayed pending final approval from the department of education. Sparwood sch< despite Elk V; SPARWOOD objections, the Femie school school hoard is going ahead with plans to erect a new elementary school at Sparwood on land the board will buy from the Sparwood Development Company. The site, about six acres, (selling price, an goes ahead alley views is situated near the Spardel Trailer Court. First objections came from the Elk Valley Land Protective Association which several months ago questioned the de-sirabib'ty of the site because of heavy drifting in the area which last winter was blocked several times to The Barons-Eureka Health Unit is sponsor-ug the following infant and preschool clinics; PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, July 25, in the Picture Butte High School from 10 a.m., to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABERi Tuesday, July 25, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. NOBLEFORD: Wednesday, July 26, in the school from to p.m. VAUXHALL: W e d nesday, July 26, in the elementary school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, July 27, in the Health Unit Office (upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to i2 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, July 27, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. BARONS: Friday, July 28, in Ihe school from lo p.m. Parents are reminded that boosters are required for clril-i ren starting Grade 1 in the fall. For social service appoint-menls telephone: Coaldale 345-33B8; or Taber 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medical officer of health, urges parents to ensure Iheir children are fully protected against contagious disease and tooth decay. Information on venereal disease, a mounling health proh-cm, is available and is fully Daley Creek GRANUM (HNS) Daley Creek Day will he held this year in the Granum Community Hall Sunday, July 30. Mrs. H. Hoge and Miss Nora Henker of Claresholm met recently to make final plans for the day. It is open to is July 30 who attended the Daley Creek School. Descendants are welcome. A pot-luck lunch will be served at BE (HNS) Sand Creek Lions Club lias voted to furnish a four-bed ward in the new Fernie and District Hospital. Creek is a community south of Rights for proven fast food outlet in the City of Lelh-bridge. Owing lo other able lo develop. Would consider celling outright or partnership with right party. 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