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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta THE IETHBRIDOE HERAID Thuriday, Marcti 15, Ipi Foremost Fish and Game Club ivinners Gordon Cole, left photo, shared top honors with Lowell Osing in trophies were gathered by Gordon Gejdos, his father Bill Gejdos and his recenl Foremost Fish and Game Association awards presenlations. Fishing brother Kevin Gejdos. Newland CluL set for March 17 COALHURST (HNS) The Sewland Club invites all pres- nl and past members to a re- mion Slipper ar.d dance to be icld in tlie Monarch school au- [itorium Saturday, March 17. Supper will he served at j.m. anil tlisn dance music will M provided by Hie Bow Hives Band. The Nowland Club original- ly planned to celebrate its 23tl anniversary but members re- call the cliib was known befor tliis time under several differ ent names. Women of N'cwlar.d and dis trict can join Ilia club at auy time. Meetings arc lield ever] third Wednesday ia the New land Kail at 8 p.m. Newland is located 8 mile north of Kipp. Members com from Coalhurst, Park Lake Kipp, Monarch and Newland. Nursing home delay annoys Coaldaler Harlan Cahoon tells a ivliopper Osing antelope trophy noted by 175 By GEOFF TAGG Special Correspondent FOREMOST (Special) Lowell Osing and Gordon Cole took top honors at the Foremost Fish and Game Association's 16th annual awards banquet. It was held recently at Foremost Community Hall. About 175 were on hand to Me Mr. 6sing receive the grand championship trophy in the current competition lor his antelope. Gordon Cole of Etzikom won e challenge competition for heads from other years with his non-typical mule deer. The banquet was catered to by the LDS Church. Ed E h n e s led the sports- man's prayer. The toast to the Queen was proposed by master of ceremonies Ralph Shaffer. Harlan Cahoon gave the Toast to the Ladies, with Dar- lene Kultgen replying. Fish awl game president John Morgan introduced the executive for tlie current year. He outlined activities of the club. These included hunter-train- ing courses for adults and stu- dents, work at Heninger's dam on fencing Uie boundaries, a Ily-fishing clinic, two predator hunts, a small-bore trap shoot, Hunter's Ball, a pot-luck picnic at Writing-on-Stone Provincial Park, and the big game trophy competition. The "liar s' competition" proved as lively as ever, giv- ing judges Morlcy Barrett and Frank Sommcrfield some diffi- cult moments. After much de- liberation, bird game chairman Hurlan Cahoon was pronounced the winner, with reigning champion Slim Hagen as run- ner-up. Welcome visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bateiran of Cal- gary. Mr. Bateman, former fish and wildlife officer, here for 3V4 years, contributed much to the work of the association. Mr. Bateman made a presen- your permit, you'll need us. 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BUILDING INDUSTRY CONSULTING SERVICE Call collect. Edmonton 425-4901. Calgary 261-3311. tatlon to well known local out- doorsman Alva Bair of Milk River, commemorating a hunt- ing trip made last fall. Mr. Bateman, now a region- al education and information officer with the provincial fish and wildlife division at Cal- gary, spoke of the many prob- lems facing the hunter, espe- cially in rural areas. "There are he said "who are dedicated to tola' abolition of hunting." Ho said controlled hunting Is scientifically sound and every one with interest in the out doors must work together. The membership trophy was awarded to Hoy Ondrik, and raffle tickets sale prize went U Emmanuel Lehr. The presentation of trophies and awards was made by Gor don Cole, Doug Piper and Har Ian Cahoon. AWARD WINNERS Those receiving awards this ear were: Senior predator: G e o r g 'ohn; John Griffiths; an loyd Dunk. Junior predator: Gordo ejclos; Boss Orcutt; and Kir urgens. Goose: Henry Kemer; Ralp haffer; and Ed Walsh. Duck: Ralph Shaffer; Ken icjdos; and Harlan Cahoon. Pheasant: Bill Gejdos, George Wolfe Memorial Tro- Veston Granberg; and )avid Simenson. Junior Rainbow Trout: Boyd Granberg; Todd Granberg; Kirk Begemann. Senior Trout: Veslon Gran- jerg; Willie Begemann; and Tony Rarick. Junior Walleye: Gordon Gej- dos. Senior Walleye: Bill Gejdos Junior Pike: Kevin Gejdos Kenny Gejdos. Senior Pike: Veston Gran berg; Slim Hagen. Sheep: Ralph Cervo; Leste Roth; and Jim Price. Goat: Bill Morton. Antelope: Lowell Osing grand champion, current com petition 93.3 per cent; William King; and Heintz Plontzke. Caribou: Gerald Edlund and Lloyd Dunk. Black Boar: Bill Morton; A beri ViVitotei1; and Halph Cervo. Moose: Dennis rieBocr; Barry Stuber and Eldon Dix- Rcn. White Tail: Gordon Cole; i Leonard Piotrowski; and Char- I lie Flochenback. 1 Mule deer: Roy Wegncr; I Leonard Piolrowski; and Hus- sell Wegner. Non typical mule deer: George Roszell. Elk: James Price. CHALLENGERS White Tail: Rick Seward. Mule Deer: Emamiel Lehr. Non-typical mule deer: Gor- don Cole, champion. Antelope: Emie Karl. Elk: Harlan Cahoon. Moose: Barry Stuber. Caritou: Heintz Piontze. Tlie evening concluded with a dance to the OKs. The hall was decorated with displays of trophy heads and furs, cour- tesy of Neil Curtis, Ed Ehnes, Richard Herbst and Billy Mor- ton. COALDALE Q1NS) Town council has decided to meet til the Coa'dale CommunLy ospital board to discuss the eed for nursing home here. The matter was brought to a ead when a letter was recciv- d from a local senior citizen. The letter said there appear- 1 to be sufficien: information lat a home is needed. Surveys j ave been done, meetings have een held. Sufficient infonna- on was available, said the writer, eight months ago lo eminence compiling a presen- ation to the government. Win camping aivards Cora Herresevele of Fort Macleod presenU frontiers- men badges to Lori Anno Brown, left, and Linda Chapman, Girl Forest Wardens. They won the badges for essayi on summer camp at Hinlon.___________________ Sparwood hoard seeks care data CRANBROOK (S p e c i a I cials for advice on the quickest The former Michel-Natal Hos- procedure for realization of fa- loalhurst taxpayers neet March 20 COALHURST (HNS) The next regular meeting of the Coalhurst Taxpayers Associa- tion will be he'd at 8 p.m. March 20 hi the Community Hall. The forthcoming plebiscite for a sewage and upgraded water system will be under dis- pital Society, now the Sparwood Society board, will ask the East Kootenay professional ad- visory committee for details on hospital needs Jor this burgeon- ing area. General recommendation earlier was for a small acute- care Sparwood hospital to suc- ceed the old Michel Natal hos- pital, with supplementary diag- nostic-treatment centre at Elk- ford village, some 30 miles north to serve employees of Fording Coal Ltd. East Kootenay Regional Hos- dlai District board director for Sparwood is Frank Fairclough. He is also the Sparwood hos- pital planning committee cliair- thc :ussion. Officers will be elected. cilities. East Kootenay Regional'Hos- piial debenture of 1970 will probably be completely used by this year-end, and the Spar- project, if ap- proved in principle by BCHIS, could go into preliminary plan- ning at once. A further regional capital ex- penditure bylaw debenture t-in- vote> a11 regional naeds miles over the next few years, is pos- sible late this year. Major item would be this pro- ject. man. A delegation from EKRHD board, including Mr. Fairclough, will travel to Vic- toria to interview BCHIS offi- VOLLEYBALI, COALHURST (HNS) The Coalhurst volleyball team met Turin players in the high school gymnasium, at Picture Butte March 13 at 8i30 p.m. They won the tourney in two straight wins. Two sides to this story. :ii Sojfafe people insist tharljouble JDistilleif is a It is. first and foremost it's a smooth' THevalsoirisist that it comes in an expensive-looking bottle. It does.: -i-4- But at an iriexperisive price.' Other beo'ple, insist f' that DoubLe-Distilled is a smooth Mihscy. tis. But first it's a robust They too insist that it comes in an expensive-looking bottle. Which itdoes. But at an inexpensive price. DOUBLE DISTILLED The Smooth Whisky. DOUBLE DISTILLED The Robust Whisky. CJOC Radio presents "ST. PATRICK'S DAY PARTY" TOMORROW NIGHT AT 8 P.M. IN IETHBRIDGE CIVIC SPORTS CENTRE featuring UETON COUNTY THE SAME BAND YOU SEE EVERY WEEK ON THE "PIG N WHISTLE" Doors open at 7 p.m. Advance tickets till 5 p.m. to- morrow of Supplies, leister's Music, Marcel's Smoka Shop and Doug's Sporlt ;