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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Woclnoiday, Juno 3, 1970 THE lETHBKIOGt HbRALO 13 ANDY CAPP BUT 1'LLTEU.SERTHIS -IF IT TU-3T UP AN1 OFF WHEN WASN'T FOR THE PIGEONS X'O GOT BE OFF LIKE Saivchuk Death To Be Investigated Grand Jury Steps MINEOLA, N.Y. (CP) A Nassau County grand jury will hear evidence Monday in the death of Terry Sawchuk, 40, Na- tional Hockey League great who last season was backup goalie for New York Rangers. Nassau County District Attor- ney William Cann said: "The ends of justice are best served by presenting the entire matter to the grand jury." Fishing Derby This Saturday Arrangements for the big Legion Fishing Derby to be held at Henderson Lake on Saturday, June 6th, are now complete, it is announced hy George Linn, chairman of the children's committee, sponsor- ing the event. The fifth annual event usual- ly draws an entry of 400. It is open to boys and girls 16 years .and under and 65 years and over. Prizes of deluxe transis- tor tape recorders will be awarded to the boy and girl catching the largest fish. Registration for the event will take place at Henderson Lake on Saturday, June 6th, from 4 a.m. to 12 noon and fishing will be held from 4 a.m. to 3 p.m. Only off shore fishing will be permitted, with no fishing from boats for safety reasons. A team of Fish and Game junior forest wardens, under Golf Event Set To Go The weatherman had his way this past Saturday afternoon and the first 18 holes of the Country Club championship were postponed. This weekend the club cham- pionship mil be staged with 18 lioles Saturday and Sunday. Entry fee for the two-day event is set at Members taking part in the championship are asked to tee- off not later than Saturday snd Sunday. ACQUIRE McNABB SALT LAKE CITY (AP) Salt Lake Golden Eagles of the Western Hockey League aiv nounced Tuesday they have ac- quired Larry McNabb from the Boston Bruin organization. the direction of Tom Hamilton, will be on hand for safety rea- sons. Each entrant to supply their own fishing equipment and are to notify officials im- mediately on catching fish for weight, size and type. Refreshments will be sup- plied. There is no charge or entry fee. Stampeder Camp Tliis Weekend The 12th annual Calgary Stampeders development camp mil be held this weekend with all workouts at McMahon Sta- dium. A gathering of the top grad- uating high school football players have been invited to the three-day camp which opens Friday evening at The workouts will continue Sat- urday and conclude Sunday. Players who have not com- pleted their high school eligi- bility have not been selected. This camp has been of great success to the Stampeders and a number of its stars. Some of the players to come out of this camp have been Larry Robin- son, Gerry Watson, Roy Wat- rin, and Joe Forzani who joined the club after com- pleting College. A number of other young players are now pursuing their athletic scholar- ships at various universities. George Hansen, director of player personnel for the Stam- peders, will direct the camp with help from coaches of ju- nior" football teams as well as high school coaches. i