Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
BEST STORY-TELLER SLIM HAGEN AND MRS. HAGEN Kronkite trophy is shared FOREMOST (Special) The Foremost Fish and Game- Association and the South- ern Alberta Outdoormen of Milk Kiver have won the Dar- win Kronkite Trophy. The trophy honors both clubs for Ihe "best upland game pro- ject in Alberla. It was presented by G o r don Cole of the Alberta Fish and Game Association here recent- The occasion was Uie Fore- most Fish and Game Associa- tion's iSth annual banquet and dance here. About 250 attended the recent event nt the Fore- most Community Hall. PLANT TURKEYS The Darwin Kronkite Trophy went jointly to the Foremost association and the Southern Alberta Ouldoormen of Milk River for their project design- ed to help prevent the extinc- tion of species. The t'.vo clubs co-operated last year in the planting of vild turkeys along two stretches of the Milk River. The Liars Competition was won by veteran story-teller Slim Kagen. It was Slim's night in every way. He was caught completely by surprise as the club honored him with a life membership in the association and a commemoration plaque to mark his service. He was the club's first pres- ident in 1955 and was partly re- sponsible for its inception. "Without a said pres- ident Gerald Gdlund, "this club would not be the club it is to- day without him." Mrs. Hagen was presented with bouquet flowers by Che- rie Edlund. Club president Edlund pre- sented a membership award to Roy pndrik for the "greatest contribution" to recruiting new members and past-president's pins to Gordon Cote, president in 1966-67; Roy Ondrik 1967-68; and Ralph Shaffer 1369-70. CHAMPION HUNTER Ed Walsh, left, receives Ihe championship trophy from Jim Curran, bird chairman of Ihe Foremost Fish and Game Associalion. TWO CLUBS HONORED Joseph Basselt, left, re- celves a conservation trophy from Gordon Cole of the Alberla Fish and Game Association on behalf of south- ern Alberta oulcJoorsmen. Two clubs, Foremost and Mlik River, shared this Darwin Kronkits Trophy for planting wild turkeys, best upland game project. Ralph Shaffer of Foremosf received ft for his group. Tagg Photos Thursday, Morch 16, W72 THE LnHBRlDOI HCTAID 3 Granum has friend in Blunden CURRENT Grand char ipfon Gordon Cole, Anlelopa Nyaf Hlnh Oslnrj, Black Bear John Bill Mor- ion Cougar Gordon Cole, Non-typical mule deer Elroy O'Kara. Mule deer Emmanuel Lehr; Rev File Helnti Flonlfce; Ralph Moose Jake TMeisen; Dennis De Birj horn sheep Charlie Hale. Slcne sheep Gerry Pifmfln. Duck Gerald Edlundj John Gril- Goosc Roy Ondrik; Ralph Shaf- nce Halm- GHANUM (HNS) The community of Granum has been awarded for its share of the C. filunden estate. The balance of in this estate was veiled to go for the building of a staff residence at Gold Eye Camp to be named as a memorial to C. Blumten. District doings Oldtime dance FORT MACLEOD (Special) The regular night of oldtime dancing was held in the W. A. Day School. Guests of the Fort Macleod club came from Claresholm, Nanlon, Granum, Noblcford, Pincher Creek, Milk River, Diamond City, Bow Island, Olds, Cardston and Coaldale. Music was supplied by the Country Couples, an orchestra comprising Tony and Darleno Kunz, Art and Janet Wat- mough. Annual. meeting TABER (HNS) Ratepayers of the Taber MD will hear re- ports from the MD council, au- ditor, and the agricultural ser- vice board at the annual meet- ing called lor p.m. Wed- nesday, March 22, in trie Roya! Canadian Legion Hall here. Council approved purchase ol a new Model D6CO Champion motor grader, complete with scarifier, v-plow and wing, from Ferguson Supply Co. Ltd. of Calgary. The price plus trade in was There were three tenders. Fire protection TABER (HNS) A new fire protection area, centred on Vauxhall, lias been established by the Taber MD council to serve rural residents of that area north of the Oldm an River. Known as Rural Fire Protec- tion Area No. 2, the system will take over a fire pumper truck formerly owned by KFPA No. 1 south of. the river, now re- placed by a newer unit. The new area will he subject to a special .75 millrate this year to cover costs of equip- ment and operation. Pheasant rast, Gecrge Wolfe phy; Gerald Fdlujid. Geldos. Junior Geidos. Bill trout Gordon Geidos; Ken walleye John Gritfilhs. Terry northern pike Vesfcn Dunk; Junior nr.rfhern Gejdos; Kevin Gei Senior predafor John Griflilh. Junior pTedsfor Gordon Oejdos; Circuit. Grand champion Edward Walsh, snfelope, 5J13 per cent. Bear E-divard Wal'h. Mule deer John Salre. Non.fypical mure deer Anton Marly. White tail deer Bell Morion. Moose Richard Seward. Croivsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Decoux, Reiidant Rep., Blnirmore Phone 562-2149 INCOME m Avoid your Waterloo by bringing your tax prob- lems 1o H R BLOCK. COMPLETE You'll get every tax brook REVURHS Ihar1! coming lo you, plus our guarantee of accur- acy. So save your sanity and come lo HS.R BLOCK. You'll be glad we gol lognlhar. GUAMNTfIS________________, accijrale preparalion of every -lax it we make any errors that cost you penally or in- jli lerest, we will pay only thai penalty or Invest! I Ctttada's largesl Tat Service Wild Over 6000 Offkei In M Aimrlci 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Weekdays, 9-5 Salurdoy Phone 327-3712 ,NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARVi Tom Goddartl, Freemaii, Fisher, Polak tally safe hours NATAL (HNS) Evidence the drive towards safe work- ing practice's at Kaiser Re- sources Limited operations is paying dividends is seen in a number of safety awards. The 33-member Harmer elec- trical crew, under general fore- man Tommy Gocklartl and fore- men Tony Freeman, a y n a Fisher and John on Jan. 26 completed one full year without a lost-time injury. Tli is represents man. hours of work on jobs which could he hazardous unless per- formed hy men aware of, and guarding against, accidents. This crew has qualified for the bronze and silver cer- tificates and plans to get the gold certificate about the mid- dle of this month. They will, if all goes w e 1 1, have accumu- lated safe man-hours. Another crew following close- ly is Lou Castagner's pit opera- tions crew which has already qualified for both bronze silver nwards. and Other crews with excellent safety records are Len Kicker's pit operations crew, quali- fied for the bronze award: Matt Stamler and Joe Pushak's maintenance crew, qualified for the bronze awards; and J. lUerbrun's Elkview preparation plant production crew, qualified for the bronze award. Other KRL crews are on their vyay to starting their own collections of safety awards. 13 take part m devotional COUTTS (HNS) Coutls United Church Women took part in the devotional using "witness" as the theme. It was led by Mrs. Susan Harvic and Mrs. Virginia Ford. Thirteen attended. A brief report on the Presby- ferial meeting was given by the two members who attended. Mrs. Evelyn Long, one of the leaders of a youth group, ask- ed if there was some way young people may become in volved in church work so "they will feel needed." The UCW will cater to tha AOTS supper meeting which being held in Coutts this month. The April meeting data will be April S. Mrs. Beverly Decker gave a demonstration on cake decorat- ing. These Are Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area CRANBROOK NANCr MILES (Special) 304 5th SI. S. ETZIKOM MRS. THEKIA fHNte................... Oen. Dtl. FOREMOST GEOFF. TAGO.......................... Box 381 Contact Iheio for yeur Dlitrlct Ntwi or Advertfrfng Mr. and Mrs. Halph Poclman and Mr. and Mrs. D. Douglas have spent several months of hard work on (his cause and. along with other members of the "Friends cf wish to lliank directors ami del- egates who offered their sun- port. Finds crocuses MAGHATII (HNS) Susan Taylor of Mapralli has found while crocuses in (lie garden of he- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rulon Taylor. She saw them af- ter the Chinook melted deep J snow 'an sessions set Lcthbridgc (I i s 1 r i c I office, Canada Pejision Plan manager J. C. (fern) Bouchard wishes to inform area residents H. F. Viney will be in attendance at: Spanvood, town hall March 20, a.m. to a.m. Forme, city hall March 20, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Cranbrook, Hoom 101, Fed- eral Building March 21, 9 a.m. !o p.m. K i m boric y, Union Hall, March 22, 1C a.m. to 4 p.m. By HOSS GIBB Herald News Service TADER An apostle of the LDS Church, Marion G. Roin- icy, addressed members luring the recent Tabor Stake conference. Mr. Komney told Mormons to learn the gospel and live it. He told them to teach the gos- Jcl to others, "lest we be found at the second coming )f Christ now near at hand." Slake president Kenneth P. Anderson spoke on the Easter theme. Alberta Saskatchewan mis- ion president Nello Rhoton of Calgary spoke on (he com- mandments concerning love. Hay B. Evanson talked about the joy which "comes from :ompliance with correct princi- ples." B a r n w e 11 elders quorum president Morgan Johnson also ipoke. Special conference music was :royided by a 50-voice Relief Society chorus directed by Mrs. Jean Jensen. Mrs. Betty Harris and Mrs. lola Platt were ac- companists. The Stake Sunday School re- leased superintendent Arthur A. Anderson and his corps of workers. J. Elaine Bird, G. Adelbert Thompson and Ernest A. Meyer, all of Medicine Hat, form the new superintendence Mrs. Sylvia C. Rogers re- Learn, teach told Creston, Federal Agriculture Building March 23, a in to 3 p.m. Mr. Yincy will answer que- ries on the Canada Pension Plan, (he old age security and (lie guaranteed income supple- ment. I He will also provide assis- tance in (he filing of applica- Itions. i placed Mrs. Mildred H. Evan- son as a counsellor in the Young Women's MfA. Sheldon D. Rogers was in- stalled as an alternate member of the slake high council. Approved for ordination to the office of "high priest" were Dr. Noall E. Wolff, Sheldon D. Rogers and Wren L. Atwooci, and to Ihe office of "elder" Eric Evanson, Barry Grant, David Harris and John Plcttl. Fashion show draws 130 IRON SPRINGS (HNS) More than ISO people attended a fashion show and tea recenlly in the Himtsville School audi- torium to mark the culmina- tion of a ".sewing with knits" program. Classes were conducted here by Mrs. M. Pastel of Turin; in Picture Butte by Mrs. F. Kar-! ren; and in Barons by Mrs. Deimulh of Sundial. Displayed and mcxlclled were dresses, pant suits, children's wear, and casual sports wear. Commentators were Mrs. M. Paskal, Mrs. L. Deimuth, and Mrs. F. Karren. It was con-1 veiled by the Iron Springs TOPS Club. I WISHING WELL SALE THE MAJOU -tytiaik- CHOICE SPECIAL SHOWING TONIGHT ONLY PARK MAG RATH STARTS TOMORROW ONE DAY ONLY CINEMA PICTURE BUTTE 7-00, Adulls 12 under 75c DETAILS AT SMITH'S Washer Dryer W.T. or down or dewn and and per month per month SMITH'S Mackenzie's Annual WATCH TRADE-IN SALE- SAVE 50% TRADE-INS AGCEPTED'ON EVERY WATCH AT MACKENZIE'S. Just bring in any watch and...regardless of its condition, we will allow you 20% to 50% off any watch in our fine collection. IT'S TO YOUR CREDIT-A MACKENZIE'S CHARGE ACCOUNT! AFFILIATED WITH MAPPIN'S LIMITED DIAMOND MERCHANTS JEWELLERS REGINA MOOSE JAW CALGARY IETHBRIDGE IN LETHBRIDGE: 613 4th Ave. S, Telephone 328-4214.