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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta ?aiuraay, junc mt Lcinoniuuc ncKALLF 27 Three clubs enter Pincher 4-H show INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES LTD. ESTABLISHED 1911 lewtr Floor 517 4th Avt. S. Phone 327-1541 Champion Lorraine Welsch exhibits her grand champion Sim- menial Hereford cross steer, top animal at the recent Pincher Creek 4-H sale day. The Liquor Licensing Act (Part 3) (SECTION 90 (4) NOTICE OF HEARING OF LIQUOR APPLICATION The following notice is published in accordance with the provisions of The Liquor Licensing Act: 1. The area comprising The Village of Coutts, being all of that area within the corporate limits of the Village of Coutls, has been designated as a local option area for the purposes of the above Act. 2. The 9th day of August, 1973, has been set as the dote upon which the Board will consider applications for licenses under the above Act, unless prior 1o that date the Biard has received a petition signed by 500 electors of the above described local option area or 10 per cent of the number of persons named on the latest lists of electors for an election of a member or members to the Legislative Assembly from the area comprising the local option area, whichever is the lesser number, requesting that the Lieutenant Governor in Council submit to a vote of the electors of the local option orea a question in respect of the class of license applied for. Dated at Edmonton, this 18th day of June, 1973. A. D. ELLIOTT Chairman The Alberto Liquor Control Board NOTE: Petitions requesting a plebiscite vote must be on the official petition forms which may be obtained from The Alberta Liquor Control Board, 12360 142 Street, Edmonton, T5J 2R4, together with ir.itructjonj for the lubmission of a petition. NATIONAL COURTESY CARD' LEASING t The motor vehicle flescriDed on the Oack ot identic- j canon Card his Dean leased from t Fora Authorized Leasing System of Cjnjda Lessor (namad It would be appreciated if every courtesy Including prompt and Qual'ty ter vice and any appropriate fleet discounts on parts Le extended to tne operator o( this vehicle. National Identification Card Predictable Costs Can Include Maintenance FREE'S Total investment usually less than Adaptable to private individual as well as business Current model prestige Easy way to get second car Contact our leasing dept. ior ihe one best rate Division of SUPERIOR MOTORS TABER LTD. LEASING Phone 223-3537 for her safety and comfo HARDLITE Lenses Only half the weight on tier pretty Mtto nose. Shatterproof for marimum protection. warranty against eye pmtocflM tonaM UNT Maitebtetnall ttw fitting of Doctor's prescriptions j Prncripttan ChildrM'c MtgnKitn i OPTICAL PRESCRIPTION CO. District news PINCHER CREEK (Special) recent 4-H Achievement "Day of the Gtenwood, Timber Trails (Cowley) and Foothills clubs saw Lorraine Welsch of the Foothills dub, Pincher Creek take grand champion of the show, with her Simmental- Hereford Cross steer. The calf weighed and showed a rate of gain of 3.00. Fort Mactood Auction paid per hundredweight for the ani- mal. Miss Welsch received the Royal Bank silver tray at club level; a plaque for highest rate of gain among the three clubs from Cowley Feeds; an award from Emery Bonertz at club level for the highest rate of gain; from the Simmental As- sociation the large Swiss Bell for the Simmental sired Grand Champion and the small Swiss Bell for the Simmental Sired animal for the highest rate of gain in the club. Reserve Champion of the three clubs went to Laurie Glen of Timber Trails with her Sim- mental Cross calf. It weighed with a rate of gain of 2.95 and sold to Civic Tire of Pin- cher Creek for At club level Laurie's calf won the highest rate of gain trophy presented by Norman Lee on behalf of Prairie Breed- ers; first in grooming at club level and also champion calf at club level, for which she re- Gold price moves causes B.C. stir By NANCY MILES Special to The Herald CRANBROOK The blast- off of gold pri'ce in the uncer- tain monetary world is caus- ing ripples of interest in the Fort Steele mining district, Kootenay. Concrete evidence is the pur- chase by Canadian Occidental Petroleum Ltd. of Toronto of mining company leases on the Moyie River which included a steady producer in the 1930's of placer gold. It was known as the Nero, was located and work- ed by Ewen Brothers, then by the late Dave Oscarson and partner. It included a system of sluice -boxes of Moyie Falls, and in- volved some tunnelling to new gold bearing gravel. Most re- cent owners were Jack Pratt and Mrs. Oscarson of Kimber- ley. Government agent and min- ing recorded at Cranbrook, Wil- liam Draper reports steady, quiet increase in applications for gold mining leases, particu- larly on Moyie River and its tributary Palmer Bar Creek. Gold Rush on Wild Horse Creek in 1864-65 produced mil- lions of dollars worth of placer gold above its confluence with the Kootenay River at Fort Steele and a second wave in the 1880's for residual "small stuff" also prospered. Large scale hydraulic work by an American in the '30's failed. Frankly, a tourist operation up Wild Horse Gulch from Fort Steele is now being operated by Barry His equipment is the old mining pan and gra- vel rocker and the site is seed- ed. School children are parti- cularly interested in how the original- gold was extracted with muscles and not machines. The other historic Fort Steele mining district site was Perry Creek, actually predeces- sor of Wild Horse located 20 miles upstream on a tributary of the St. Mary's which joins the Kootenay at Fort Steele. Early day prospectors were the ones who rushed to Wild Horse. Sporadic work has been fairly continuous on Perry Creek, where gold is in quartz ore. Traces of gold are found in the commercial base metal, but no gold mother lode has ever been located. ceived the Royal Bank Silver tray. This achievement day saw Rodger Holt, judging the ani- mals: Bob Jenkins, ringmas- ter; Del Steed, announcer; Brian Maitland and Wayne Gibfo, judges of grooming and showmanship. These men rep- resent the department of cul- ture and youth. Also in atten- dance was Milo Barfus, region- al 4-H and JFW specialist. Leaders of the clubs were Leo Robbins and Jim Johnson, Foothills; Hubert DeLint and George Mow-ait, Timber Trails; Wallace Leavitt, Glenwood. Taking events at club level first Gelnwood: champion went to Shawna Wood with her calf weighing showing a rate of gain of 2.63. Reserve went to Richard Smith who also won the Jenkins Trophy for the best Hereford of the three clubs. Richard also won the buckle from the Hereford Association presented by Emery Bonertz. Shane Smith placed second with his Hereford and received a pin from the Hereford Asso- ciation. The best rate of gain went to Wayne Lowry at 2.83 per day. Showmanship first to Chris Rice and second Michael Low- ry. Grooming Shawna Wood and second Carma Leavitt. In the peg wees section, Gary Quinton for grooming and Troy Wood showmanship. Timber Trails champion went to Laurie Glen. Reserve went to Roy Dingervill, with his calf weighing and showing a rate of gain of 2.69. Heather Glen placed first in showman- ship and second in grooming. Danny Larson placed second in showmanship. The Hereford Association buckle for the highest placed Hereford sired calf went to Bradley Pisony and second place pin to Murray Pisony. Peewees in Timber Trails was Charity Pisony and re- serve went to Edward ville. Reserve in the Foothills 4-H club went to Greg Hochslein, with his Hereford weighing with a rate of gain of 2.02. It sold to Fort Macleod Meat Pro- cessors for 55 cents. Greg re- ceived a trophy for reserve cal from the Pincher Creek Credit Union. The Hereford- Angus cross calves of Scott Murin. Roger Duffield. and Don Johnson placed third, fourth and fifth respectively. Wendy Jenkins won the Boss Zoeteman award in grooming; Cindy Jenkins, the Civic Tire trophy for best in showman- ship and Ted Bonertz the Wran- gler's Wearhouse award for second in showmanship. Scott Murin placed second with a rate of gain of 2.58. Wanda Mu- rin won the best Angus of the show to receive the D. R. Buch- anan and C. F. Hochstein tro- phy. The Glenwood club won the Stall Cleanliness competi t i o n award from Ranchers' Supply, and the interclub showmanship competition went to Heather Glen. Awards for records with a trophy from Price, Deering, Pritchard and Judging competition with a trophy from Bo Holroyd, and Efficiency Plaque from the Treasury Branch will be awarded as soon as all points are in. The peewees judged by Doug Buchanan in the Foothills Club saw Frank Jenkins take the champion with Hilltop Angus Ranch paying Frank also won the Bank of Com- merce trophy. Reserve went to Jim Welsch, and Gary Klessons paid for it. He received the Pincher Farm trophy for reserve. Jim Welsch also received first for showmanship and received the Walter Jenkins trophy. Brent McGlynn took first in groom- ing and received tbe Con Hol- royd trophy. In earlier club activities of the Foothills 4-H club, senior speaking competition saw the Hi-Land Farm award being won by Leslie Johnson, the junior speaking by Betty Welsch to win the Pincher Creek Vetin- erary clinic award. The 4-H clubs are apprecia- tive to the buyers for their support, Beaver Lumber for the tie rails, Johnson Sawmills for the shavings, their leaders, par- ents and anyone helping them to hold such a successful day. Try Before You Buy UP TO 30-DAY TRIAL ON YOUR DOCTOR'S RECOMMENDATION SMITH-JONES HEARING AID SERVICE RIPLEY OPTICAL 618 3rd Ave. S. Phono 328.5447___ Paul Frank's Plumbing and Heating Ltd. Is pleased to announce that its present address is 159- 20th STREET NORTH, LETHBRIDGE Phone 328-5490 After Hours 328-8440 CURRIE'S FINE FOODS and Fresh Produce OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK A.M. TO P.M. 1516 9th S. BETWEEN THE TWO HOSPITALS EMPLOYMENT NOTICE The LETHBRIDGE and DISTRICT EXHIBITION BOARD WILL BE HIRING FOR THIS YEAR'S FAIR AT THE FOLLOWING TIMES FRIDAY, JULY 6th from 7 p.m to 9 p.m. r-d SATURDAY, JULY 7th from 9 a.m. to 12 Noon in the EXHIBITION PAVILION WE REQUIRE THE FOLLOWING STAFF FEMALE CASHIERS AND TICKET TAKERS MALE PARKING ATTENDANTS SECURITY PERSONNEL AND CLEANING PERSONNEL ALL APPLICANTS MUST BE OVER 16 YEARS OF AGE ior less FOR RENT sq.ft. the METROPOLITAN STORE BUILDING 2nd Floor -315 Fifth Street S., Lethbridge, Alta. AIR-CONDITIONED OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY Acoustic Ceilings. Individual Heat Control. Fluorescent-.Lignt Fixtures. Men's and Ladies' Toilet Facilities. Spacious Entrance Lobbies. will Subdivide To Suit Tenant. Custom Designed Interiors. Long or Snort Term i_eases: Aluminum Double Glazed Windows. Adjoining Parking and Heater Plugs. Four PrjVate offices. Reasonable Rentals. Lunch Roftrn with Kitchen Facilities. Electric Wall Outlets. Broadloom Throughout Premises. TELEPHONE 327-7975 APPLY HAY REALTY LTD. College Mall Lethbridge, Alberta p WANTED Employment is urgently needed for hundreds of college, university, junior and senior high school students now -available for work. Female and male students are ready lo fill every imaginable job opportunity for a day, a week, a month or all summer. Many of them must have a job if they ore to con- tinue their schooling. Can you help? Contact STUDENT MANPOWER CENTRE Across from Carada Manpower on 7th St. S. PHONE 327-2111 TOP WAGON TICKET WINS HtIL M COUPON NOW Best official time nightly Every night July 5 thru July 13 GET ONE FOR THE KIDS! 60x2100 2KS rieasa sena by letum. ticVft'3 3 Tirkdt firmly Plkl SSllCrl. I enclose order piytbift 10 CALGARY STAMPEDE Nirni. Addrtu. nPMdkMnMKi 3 for BUY THE 3-T1CKET SPECIAL SEE YOU ATTHE CALGARY SIMIKDE, JDW ;