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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Maich 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 Walsh named grand champion by game club I Association president Ralph By GEOFF TAGG Special Correspondent Shaffer paid tribute to the ser FOREMOST The Fore1 vice of the retiring most Fish and Gaice Shaffer reported the ma Karl with wife Isabel and Bill I life in their natural Grizzly bear Senior Biesterfeldt chairman of Uie In this day of 18 4 1 upland and birds said Black beir Kdwarcj S 3in v i t h his wife lions 14th annual banquet and j jor item had been the devclop dance held at Foremost Commcnt of land for a mtmity Hall honored the over all grand Edward whose antelope scored Almost 230 people were on the full cooperUon of all of us will be required if are President Ralph Shaffer was j going to realize our objectives 97 17 210 Antelope Eduarci presentation was A WHALE OF A KNIFE Tom Bateman shows a spec ial whaling knife to members of the Foremost Fish and Game It was given 1o him by noted sports man Alva Bair of Milk Made by it is 4i feet Geoff Tagg Photo A special made to fish and wildlife officer Tom Bateman by well hunter Alva He was presented with a knife made by White the two were on a fishing and hunt ing expedition in the Hudson Bay Alva agreed to catch the fish while Tom did the The arrangement went fine until they caught a whereupon Toms en thusiasm for cutting and clean ing rapidly ritte range northwest of Forei accompanied by wife for the wildlife and fisheries most and the planting of Madeline wife of tte Bateman paui tribute to trees there master of ceremonies was aithe late George a as were dedicated His Also reported progress the stocking of tame Russel was but his main of the Milk River Larry and was human nature jordering on Park with wild Tom and Bonnie Bill and Evelyn annual liars competiion was won this year by Ger and Dave Simpson Edlund Roy Hadhngton The 1970 grand champion Mayor Karl were ialphCeivo whose service award was and awards cored per by Ralph Shaffer CHALLENGE Championship trophy was Ondrik for his white tail Bill ited by Cole Farnr Master of ceremonies service to the Foremost 153 Typical mule deer Em introduced the Bateman sici he Among that despite v p i c a 1 mule deer jresent were they were 1923 and banquet chairman towards John Dndrik and his wife particularly that of Albert Mayor of Foremost all species of CUiHKNT COMPEI1110X Caribou 11 Gerry 201 4 Cougar Ralph 14 9 16 Junior i J 2o Senior Eras 12 12 cz Horn Ibs 9 ui Henn u Junior pike Antelope Uovd 7 8 02 Gordon 4 competi764 Leonaid j Cz Wlute tail Gordon 1514 Bill 130 3 Deer 1C21 llemy j Bill Elk Leonard Piotrowski i 312 6 Jacob 231 Floyd j Sheep Steve j 1621 Albert 1396 j Moose Ralph 1450 I Jojd 135 S Lester i I Senior trout Slim 4 Ibs 7 M William 3 U Junior Uout Ken 2 His 4 oi Goldce William Bege 2 Ibs 2 oz Duck Robert Goose Eduard 1J 4 Oi Henrj Keiner 11 5 m Edward Walsh 10 Ibs 7 01 Pheasant Flod Caldcr 1 David 41 BUI 40 610 Reunion planning Thursday BLAERMORE CNP Bureau The Blairmore Elementary School reunion committee will meet in the Blairmore Royal Canadian Legion basement at Thursday to dis cuss plans for the big Date for the event has now been moved to the July 1 week Trophy night March 20 at Taber TABER HNS Taber Fish and Game Association has announced its annual tro phy night for March in the Moose Home The meeting will feature African Safari films taken by Charlie Eochenback of Leth There will also be a guest A trophy display will be pre sented by trophy chairman Ed Present members and new nd Blaumore will be maik jig its 60th anniversary and rill join forces with the re union July 1 being a holiday it is xpected that the Barb Wire fohnnies will be making plans or a celebration on the Thurs lay and the reunion committee ntends to follow up with the estivities to start on the Fri day and continue through Sat irday and Several old pictures of class rooms in the Blairmore school iave been received as well as historical photos of These will be reproduced and set up in a gallery in the old ichool for the Persons having these photos prospects are invited to the Summer Games leaders named NEW DAYTON HNS A total of was realized for fish stocking at Tyrrells Lake the recent recreation meeting Howard Kaupp reporte from the Warner County rec reational The mill rate with New Day ton turning down an increase The Summer Games chair men were appointed track and August Kaupp Leo Ranck slow Victor Kaupp trap shoot Lawrence Kaupp Stewart Skeitli Mrs Victor Kaupp small bore Charle Kaupp and Rick Lawrence Kaupp will handle the Red Cross and can cer blitz early in are asked to contact Decoux at Vern Operetta tonight at Coaldale COALDALE HNS The operetta Hansel and Gretel will be presented by the Grade 6 class at Baker School at oclock tonight in the school Marjorie class is the Miss Mary Funk will be William McGrath is u charge of the scenery anc The Grades 7 and 8 girls choruses will The event is open to the pub Admission will be A silver collection will be made to be guarded against9 STILL WINNLNG NOBLEFORD Special The Noble Central Hoadrun in a recent junior hig basketball tournament at Vul defeated t h e Vulcan Rebels and then in the they defeated the Stave ly Teams com peting were from Drumheller and WARAtR HNS The larch meeting of the Warner VI heard guest speaker an president of the University of say arrogance is a disease to be guarded A form of arrogance to be avoided was the narrow minded Universities mist reach into the communi ties and adopt continuing edu Smith endorsed the AWI brief submitted to the Worth C o m m i s sion on Stimulation of awareness must come from the home You cannot do todays job nth yesterdays tool and be in msiness Speaker at the provincial conference will be Lieutenant Governor Grant public health was the banquet speak The provincial chairman of standing committees in all jrovuices will attend a sem nar in Ottawa during The 1973 Federated Women in Canada will meet al The AWI provincial confer ence will be held at Edmonton June 8 to Business pending is possible structural changes n the boundaries of the five A new District 4 di rector will also be chosen to re place Ruby Holland of Lethbridge who has filled her fouryear Tor sale item for the pro vincial building fund should be sent to Holland imme At the present time Home and Country AWI paper is running on a Hol land urged 100 pelcent sub scriptions in each branch and asked for ways to make it self At present there are 3 branches with 536 members ir District a loss from last A total of a day is need ed to rent the University of Al berta for the provincial confer Warner constituency confer nce will be held in June at the ram School with Ilillsriew VI as hostess Mrs Alexander conveyed a message from the Ethel Vilson any interested woman vho would like to act on a gov ernment advisory JiouK contact Hutchinson gave the report of the annual Library Seven meetings were leld during the There are approximately bocks at the present The annual libiary variety alent night will be held Fri March at the school Chairman of the library beard is with n e w members E Warb u r t o Herbst added to the present executive Heppler is in charge of book Two months subscription to The Lethbridge Herald will be obtained for the Border Coun ties Hospital at Milk M y r n a Rams introduced Anna Kroshinsky who gave a report of the Jolly Janes Feb ruary when plans were completed for their Val entine Hostesses were Wendy and Noreen Funtime was making bugs and butterflies from Recently the Jolly Janes held their annual public speak ing competitions Judges were L Minion and hristenson Winners ju aior Laura Noreen ieppler intermediates Vendy Marcy ittnian senior one com iclltor Gail Birthday raffles were won jy Morton and Tea raffles were won by Anna Krosliinsky and in construction authorized in 2 months NATAL HNS A total of in construction has al ready been covered by permits of the Regional District of East Kootenay this Fifteen permits during Feb compared to 15 in Jan covered construction worth as compared to in The twomonth total is Music festival extended CARDSTON HNS Preparation is reaching a high peak for Cardston Sponsored by the seventh annual and District Music the Cardston Rotary it will be held for ihe entire week of March 22 to Of special interest to specta tors should be the senior piano class Tuesday night and the musical theatre Thursday and The grand concert and awards presentations will be held Saturday at 8 in the Wood More district on page 12 Sparwood curlers win cups SOUTHERN ALBERTA Notice of COOP ANNUAL MEETING March 18th1971 Park Plaza Motor Hotel ALBERTA Registration Free Smorgasbord Noon MEETING Tickefi Available From Your Local Board Branch or at the Now Is The Time To Exercise Control Of Your Coop COOP1 SOUTHERN ALBERTA COOP NATAL HNS The Spar wood Curling Club held its an nual banquet and awards pre sentation in the Michel Hotel dining Some 65 members Trophies and individual tro EmJbysks mark anniversary GRANUM HNS About 175 guests attended the open house held in the Community Hall recently to honor and Fred Embysk on their 65th wedding The wedding made by LeRoy Fjordbolten and decorated by was The family gift was record player with a number of rec ords given by the grandchil Pastor Neumann of Clares holm gave a short LeRoy Fjordbotten was mas ter of ceremonies for the eve Congratulalory tele grams and letters were re ceived from Queen Prime Minister Pre mier and from friends in These were read by Larry Gail Fjordbotten gave a short history of and The program consisted of a song by and Orlan Berg and daughter Cheryl ac companied by another daugh Linda a duct hy Gerald and Carol Vandervalk accom panied by their a solo by Tracy accom panied by Jorgenson a musical number on the piano accordian by Mary Nazoloski of The Garden Prairie Womens Club of Barcns served the A family dinner was held at the Embysk home and a birth day cake was presented to Paul and Embysk were married in March They have three Paul Myrtle Arton Eve lyn Granun and Mayme Gran um seven grandchildren and 12 phies piesented to the mens and womens rinks winning the first half of the playing sched ule were as followsmens winning rink skipped by Law rence Petnquin was presented with the Kootenay Hotel Tro phv by Siro The winning rink skipped by Gail Travis with members Jean Judy Kozler and Shirley Wiight were presented with the Tabor Trophy by president Sally Community To welcome neighbors COALDALE HNS A welcome neighbor pogram is being organized by the southj ern regional recreation depart recreation dir ector said Many communities arc losing their identity and thereby becoming less This factor has a weakening planned NATAL HNS A group of j with the help of j the commmity development is attempting to form a propertjowners community and cultural association I They need a collectne posii ion to discuss grievances with I builders of their houses They also want to have a j forum in which they cctild disi cuss mutual A general meeting will bo held in the Spanvood ondarv School March i Wins 2 games NEW DAYTON IINS New Dayton won two of three games of floor when Warner and New Dayton met at New Dayton to battle the second of a series of three in a floor hockey tourna Wrentham trounced Warner New Dayton wun over Wrentham 43 and topped War ner NO SERVICES COALDALE HNS Wheth er a building permit should bo issued to a person in an un servcd and not officially regis tered subdivision was discussed at a recent council meeting The applicant would an agreement with the town ing out clearly that the may not be iorthcoiinng t In s Irrigation Equipment RainbirdBuckner and Raintrol Sprinklers Doni start t h e season with worn out sprinkler trade for new 50 tradein allowed for limited time BEFORE BUYING YOUR SPRINKLER IRRIGATION CHECK MAJORS ATTRACTIVE PRICES We use the best ALCAN aluminum tubing Major Irrigation 2125 2nd Avenue South PHONES 3275525 on CAPITOLS SPKiAl FURNITURE SHOW and SALE COMMENCING March 189 Sharp See Our Ad On Page 19 Of Todays Herald 3126 5th STREET LETHBRIDSE PHONE 3278578 FINAL WEEK OF OUR NEW LOCATION 323 5th Street South Due to the tremendous success and re sponse by the women of Lethbridge and we are proud to announce the opening of our new where we have larger facilities to accommodate all the women who have enquired and WQ have been unable to accommodate be cause of our limited Call 3274582 I lost 18 jssid 18 incises In 17 visits to Canadian Womens Figure and Reducing Clinic and Im still losing Read what Germaine before and after visits to the fabulous CANADIAN WOMENS FIJURE AND REDUCING It could happen to you After only a short period of and by following their recom mended program and I have lost 18 pound plus 18 inches m only 17 visits and would not hesitate to recommend this clinic plan lo Signed GERMAIN IACROIX CALL i SPECIAL GRAND OPENING Complete 4 Month Plan A m As Low As O f PER MONTH You have nothing to 12 14 IF YOU ARE A SIZE You Can Be 10 By April 17 You Can Be 12 By April 19 You Can Be 12 By April but weight DM 1C CHECK THESE 0 rlUJ OTHER FEATURES NO CONTRACT TO SIGN 0 Personal Supervision by Expert 0 Women 0 Can Be 12 By April No Crash 20 Can Be 14 By May 9 You Con Be 14 By May m No Strenuous Exercise No We Are Not A Gym or 1 V ;