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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Tliimday, Juno 18, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Too Vvto i'ixlt Says Club Anglers Feel Q VI5IIN DECOUX Crowsncsl 1'nss Iliircaii J3LAmMOUI3 (CNP Bureau) disappointment was expressed by (lie Colcman Fish and Game Association at the meagre amount of fisli planted in Hie Crowsncst Pass during the past month. Reports indicate only 7.550 fish were planted in the 'Pass district which includes in Blairmore Children's Pond. 2.500 in the Colcman Fish and Game Association Dam and in the Allison Dam. In comparison the Pincher Creek area was stocked with in Beam-is Lake and rainbow fingerlings in Beaver Minos Lake. Sticky Toes Mark Birthdays CARDSTON (HNS) Spring flowers decorated the dining room of the Chinook Foundation in Cardston for a birthday party honoring those members who had birthdays in March, April, May and June. They are: Mrs. Mary Hudson, 86; Mrs. Juliet Low, 83; Mrs. Vicky Albiston, 79; Mrs. Ar- zella Taylor, 83; William C. Smith, 86; Mrs. Erma Sevan's, 70; Robert Gold, 86; Abner Bohne, 88; Mrs. lona Jackson, 70. Special guests were. Mrs. Hazel Richards, Mrs. Mattie Allred, Mrs. Mae Lowry, Leslie Taylor, Mrs. Margaret Wool- ford, Mrs. Mildred Rasmussen and Mrs. Delia Blumel. The scanty planting in lire 'Pass at the west end of the Pincher district docs not conic to one fish per capita popula- tion. Date for the fish and game members' picnic was set for June 21 with events to start at 10 a.m. Fishing competitions will be held for children aged fi to 12 and for others aged 12 to 16 years. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Plant are in charge of arranging prizes. Homy Tibcrghicn, Lome Plant and Bob Cotton have been delegated to arrange en- tertainment. Silvio Dcklyn and Harry Scaba will look after the horseshoe contest. Arnold Handler of the Crowsnest Pass Recreation of- fice spoke about getting a rifle range and suggested the as- sociation bring this matter to the Qldinan Regional Planning Commission and to Charles Drain, MLA. Several suggest- ed sites for a range will be in- vestigated. The department of highways will be contacted with regard to having signs installed around the Crowsnest Lakes where numerous deer and other animals have been killed by heavy traffic during the past year. The signs would in- dicate animals cross the high- way. The forestry department has been contacted regarding seis- mograph crews leaving a mess in the vicinity of the new fish and game dam northwest of Coleman. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Bloirmore Phone 562-2149 JOHNSON BROS. SAWMILLS LTD. ON NO. 3 HIGHWAY AT COWLEY Now offering a complete line of Feed Lot and Corral Building Materials Featuring DIMENSION lUMBER-Specially sized lo full 2" thick by full 6" or 8" width in lenghts of 20 feet UTILITY GRADE all sizes at attractive prices PENTA PRESSURE TREATED POSTS t FIRST CUT SLABS-B ft. lengths in 1 cord pkgs. CORRAL BOARDS-ln 6 ft. and 8 ft. lengths BALED SHAVINGS-For litter or insulation For any of your lumber requirements please phone or write either LAVERNE PRESTON or GORDON JOHNSON at COWLEY, Alberta: Phone 628-3818, P.O. Box 100 'he Wiuie department be contacted with regard having closed creeks posted with proper signs. Films on fishing and wildlife in the Elk Valley, were shown by Bob Cotton. 'The next meeting will be held in Ihe Lions Scout Hall July 13. P1NCI1KK CRE1CK (Special) newly-treated hard sur- face of Pincher Creek's main street proved to be a trap. Helmut K. Schracpcl of Ilill- will i crest found himself barefoot to j when his sandals became firm- ly imbedded in the sticky sub- stance. Mr. Schracpcl had lo pur- chase a new pair of shoes for the jourr.ey home. i Store-owners arc finding that i damage is being done to floor coverings. GOLDEN WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Steve Szabo of Milk River celebrate their golden wedding anniversary at a Lethbridge dinner affair. Fifty relations and close friends attended. They have four children, 16 grand- children and eight great-grandchildren. Open house fol- lowed the next day at their home in Milk River._________ Shower Honors Miss Caruso IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Miss Phyllis Caruso was guest of honor- at a recent miscel- laneous shower held at the home of Mrs. A. H. Warren. A contest was conducted by Mrs. C. Miller and Mrs. L. Pea- cock read a poem written for the occasion. During the evening Miss Ca- ruso was presented with a bask- et of gifts for her futui'e home. She was assisted in opening the gifts by her sister, Miss Delores Caruso. A buffet lunch was served. BEFORE YOU BUY CHECK OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES A special invitation is extended to everyone in Sparwood and Fernie FOR FREE ESTIMATES CALL Hamilton's Floor Coverings LTD. 909 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-5454 Get a taste of the good times with Old Vienna Lively sip after sip. BREWED RIGHT HERE IN ALBERTA. COALDALF, Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing Ihe following infiint and pro-school clinics: i'lC'I'UKK IILTTE: Tuesday, June 23, in liie Library Build- ing (south door) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TA11KK: Tuesday. June 23, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. W e d nesday, June 24, in he school from :30 lo p.m. VAtJXIIALL: e d n e s day, June 24, in the L. B. Thomson School from 10 a m. to 12 nson and 1 lo 3 p.m. COALDALK: Thursday, June 25, ill the Health Unit Office (upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABEll: Thursday, June 25, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and lo 4 p.m. BAHONS: Friday, June 20, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from to p.m. Fluoride tablets are available at all clinics fi'ce of charge on a doctor's or dentist's prescrip- tion. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medical officer cf health, urges parents to ensure their children are pro- tected against contagious di sease. BOHEMIAN MAID BREWING COMPANY Honor Fifteen STIRLING (HNS) Eacl pas t-prcsident of the LDS Church Relief Society was lion nred here recently in a unique program presented at the clos ing society social. The society was formed here in 1899. Each president or a descen dant received a long-slemmec rose. There have been 15 dif ferent presidents. Dart Champs PINCHER CREEK (Special Bill Skelly, sports chainnai of the local branch cf the Roya Canadian Legion recently pro sented trophies to Ed VissCr Fred Ully, Gordon Duffield and Gary Visser, winners the dart tourney. District mixed winners were Ernie llaug, Maxirse Haug Doug Andrew and Nat Skelly. Cubs Plan Sale BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Cubmaster Bob Liddcll has announced the Cubs will hold a hake sale in Simpsons Sears mail order office here at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 20. A cubma'ster is needed for the Blairmore groups. Anyone interested is asked to contact Mrs. Donovan Riel at 504-4942, Bellevuc. Busy Bees Meet IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The Lethbridge Northern Busy Bees Girls' Club held its final meeting of the season recently. Mrs. W. Kirby counted 12 members in attendance. The theme "What I Learned in Girls' Club This Year" pro- vided an interesting roll call. Cheryl Oga was named dele- ate to the District 4 AWI 3irls' Club convention to bo icld in Lethbridge. Handicraft and public speak- ng were prepared for confer- ence competition. Achievement day lias been scheduled for Juno 20. H will held in the United Church jascment at 8 p.m. Pythians Recess COALDALE (UN'S) The Ccaldalc Pythian Sisters Sun- set Temple No. 6 will recess for July and August. Presiding recently was Mrs. Ruby Ross', rr.ost excellent chief. About 20 members from the Coaldale Temple attended the district convention in Medicine Hat Wednesday. Mrs. Beth Baldry was the of- ficial convention delegate from .Coaldale. The Coaldale Room at the Sir Alexander Gait Museum in Lclhbridge has been cleaned and renovated. Mrs. Annabcllc Graham and Mrs. Marg King are in charge. Sun Shines For Sports Day ]ty LKETA WIIITHQW Ik-raid News Service WRENTIIAM fllNS) The animal Lion's Sports Day was held recently. After being cancelled last year because of rain on three consecutive Saturdays it was a pleasure to have such a beauti- ful day this year. As usual a pec wee baseball tournament was the main at- traction of the day. The parade was a highlight. Three ball diamonds accom- modated teams from Foremost, Warner, Milk River, A and B teams from Taber. and Wrcn- tham. The final results of the tour- nament found Taber A team winner of (he trophy and War- Heart Fund Total Grows PINCHER CHEEK (Special) Mrs. Dorecn Bastian reports the Alberta Heart Foundation 1970 canvas (igures to date as follows; Business canvas, Sun- day blitz, 5678; rural and gen- eral, The total, shows an in- crease from collected in 19E9. The books close June 30. "In memoriam" donations from Jan. 1 to June 12 totalled ?274, an increase from last year. Donations are accepted at the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce. Donations may be mailed to Box 687, Pincher Creek. Additional, information can be obtained by telephoning during evenings to 627-3944. Racism Discussed COALDALE (HNS) Eva Greer United Church Women of the Coaldale United Church head Mrs. R. I. Baker speak on "racism." Questions on the Canadian Indian proved to be both im- portant and pertinent. Those attending were re- minded of the open air church service to be followed by a congregational picnic at 11 a.m. Sunday, June 28, at Hen- derson Lake. ner the winner ol the consola- tion. As W r e n t h a m only lias "Mites" and "Bantam" teams Ihis year the "Pee Wees" team a s made up mainly of "Mites." The team did well in ils first game when it beat Taber 13 team with a score of 14-13. Two of the three hurlers on the mound were members of the "Mites" team. Wrenlham lost to Hays in the afternoon. The parade moved off from the Civic Centre and wound up at Ihe ball diamond. It was judged in five categories, with Mesdamcs Elda Mueller, Ann Bobincc and Lion president Da- vid Erickson judges. The First Wrcnlbam Cub Pack took first place while the LDS primary group and I lie junior high school students lied for second place in the float section. In the antique car division, the John Moreland Family took first and the Greg Metzger family second. Ted Rudd and his three-year- old daughter Julie captured first place in the novelty sec- tion as "prospector" hi his traditional attire with Julie riding a donkey. Second place went to Kllcn and Christine Linitsld. Kelly Gorrill and Tracy Dyck winners in the decor'ated bikes section. In tile horse division, Kenny Edwards placed fir.L'l and Janet Rudd, second. Honorable mention was given lo liill Bishop, driver of the Lion's car that headed the pa- rade. Ed MacLaren and Mrs. Cecelia Carver whose cars de- picted recollections of lobsters; Ann of Green (Sables, fish, birth of Confederation, and P. E. Island plaid tartan; and Horace Carver the driver of the "Mites" baseball team car. No Power For 2 Hours On Friday FORT MACLEOD (HNS) Electric power will be shut off here at 4 a.m. Friday for about two hours to allow Calgary Power to make certain power line changes regarding the new highway system. ICOUNTRY NEWS These Are Lcthkidge Herald Correspondents In Your Area GRANUM MRS. ED. CESAR General Delivery GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TURNBULL General Delivery PICTURE BUTTE 5. P. JOHNSON Gen. Del. RAYMOND MRS. DEIIA WOOLF Gen. Del. TURIN Mn Paulin Juhar Phons 738-4394 Contact these people for your District New! or Classified Advertising CLOSE-OUT APPLIANCE SALE! LESS THAN COST This isn't a Gimmick Sale not a Warehouse Sale not a Truckload Sale not a Pick-Up a Penny Sale Just an Honest to Goodness Down To Earth APPLIANCE CLOSE-OUT SALE For instance have you heard of a full 13 cu. ft. completely Frost-Free Refrigerator for only ,00? Or have you heard a 20 cu. ft. side by side Refrigerator-Freezer, also Frost- Free in both refrigrators in glorious Harvest Cold for Just Two of the many appliance bargains in Bert Mac's on Seventh Street APPLIANCE CLOSE-OUT SALE Look for Ranges Dishwashers and many Refrigerators going at Similar Reductions at our Appliance Close-Out Sale! 3177th St, S. BERT MM ACS 327-3232 327-5560 FOR STEREO and COLOR TV "Serving South Alberta For Over 31 Years" ;