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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 19, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Probe 'Pass Govt. BUUnMORE (CNP Bureau) and Cotcman in ask- 1 A resolution was presented the department of inunici- to town council asking the Town o! Blah-more to co-operate affairs to study in dcplh the I economic advantage of disod- 1 of a metropolitan gov- 1 Seek for the Crowsncsl 1 Pass. 1 endorsed the rcsolu- 1 To and appointed George Wait 1 as Blairmoie's representative. 1 was disclosed by town sec- 1 Alrik Tiberg the 1 now has earmarked for 1 constiuclion of a new town of- 1 CLARESHOLM (UN'S) and library. I Granum llutlerilc Brethren secret ary will write to cently asked the Willow Oldman River Regional J MD to provide fire Commission asking its 5 ers so the Hutterites eon on a request more effective when Millar and Brown, a truck- neighbors light firm, to purchase 1.14 acres The MD 'jouncil is land in west Rlairmoro south the B c c k e r Manufacturing, to Hutterites have often come and operate a truck- UK aid of neighbors when warehouse. have Lack of equipment has mized their abilily to help, Hutterites said. The MD council will Peelers costs of fire Parley HID Herman of PIncher Creek delegated by the Willow Claresholm Auxiliary For board to attend the recent hospital trustees institute Kdmonton. TABER (HNS) Tabcr Belle Torok will attend ratepayers rejected a one-week course in practical that the MD donate techniques at the ward the stocking of General Hospital from Lake with fish during the 13 to 17. ing season, which would were formed, to matched by government funds A motion that the the bylaws of Die hospi-1 tal and to study the salary ily contribute nothing to for 1970. project drew the lor.e opposing vote of the proponent Levi Mac Expense accounts totalling for February were, ap- The meeting also for payment. items including hospital government's new policy ing costs, road maintenance, in regards to hospital financing sessmenls against rental was given serious consiclera- ing lands and expenditures tion, and need for careful bud- realized. i i, Roundup of Thur.Joy, 17, 1970 IHt LHHIRIDO! HEKAID 3 Wins Grandfather's Trophy RALPH SHAFFER GOKDOX COLE Delay Paving CLARESHOLM (UN'S) The road Irom Nanton to ihe resort area of the Chain Lakes will Ml be paved until after the pro- vincial government's first five- year parks road program is completed. Highways Mmister Taylor told the MD council this will be within two years. Extend Gas Lines C1.ARESHOLM (HNS) Tlw Canadian Western Natural Gas Company will extend gas lines in the Waterton and Belly River areas. Lines mil be ex (ended south Fcrt Maclcod. Willow Creek MD council ap- the extensions. UUIUGI; TEST ETZ1KOM <1LNS) Winners n bridge vsere Mr. acd Mrs. Davis with lows goir.g to Mrs. Julius (Mina) Jurkat and Pius Ehnes. Shaffer: It's Time Clubs Put Tilings Back In Land By GEOFF TAIiG Herald News Service MOFFAT brings you The Counter That Cooks by CORNINQ sol lo see Ihls brar.d new con- cept cl cocking. A completely new Idea in cosMops. A smooth, wMla easy to clean surface. Turned oil, Il'a usable co'jTilBrspace. Turned on. U's a superb lo cook, Complete wilfi a stl ol Cook- mstesltialViill bring cutltis best in. yaur coaking. The Counter That electric cccMop and cook- Ing vessels are sold and serviced In Canada by MOFFATS LIMITED SEE IT ON DISPLAY HERE 319 7lh St. 5. Phone 328-1673 1038 3rd Ave. S. Phone, 328-1332 We Take Grain In Trade! FOREMOST Ralph Shaf- fer, president of the Foremost Fish and Game Association, said here recently that "it is lime fish and game clubs put Ihings back into Ibc laml in- stead of taking them out all the lime." He was speaking to the 13th amual banquet of th? club. About 350 peope attended. It was held in the Foremost Com- munity Hall. Mr. Shaffer oullincd accom- plishments in 1W59. These included incorporation of the club: purchase of 40 acres of land in the area for a rifle range; and the new grand champion trophy compe- tition. Another undertaking was planning of plants of wild lur- keys along the Milk Hiver, in co-operation wilh other loca' clubs. Gordon Cole was MC. Trophy presentations were made hv big game chairmai Larry Wolfe, assisted hy Art Trace and Russel Dixson. Those receiving trophic were: Mule deer Ephraim Maj Elzikom. White tail deer Pete Han son. Non-lypical while tail Em mamiel Manyherries. Elk Ralph Shaffer. Moose Lloyd Dunk, War ncr. Sheep Ralph Cervo, Lund brcck. Goat Ralph Cervo Caribou Slim Clemens Manyberries. Grand champion for curren year Goal (Ralph Ccrvo 926 per cent. Duck Bill Johnson. Goose Henry Kerncr. Walleye Lloyd Huisman. Sr. Trout Ken Reid. Jr. Trout Floyd Karl. Sr. Pike Ralph Kerncr. Jr. Pike David Simensen. Sr. Predator points Lloyd Dunk. Jr. Predator points Marty Jurgens. OST WIN'S In the new grand challenge competition for heads obiained in seasons prior to the current one, the overall champion was CRANBIIOOK (Special) Third annual East Kootenay Music Festival, sponsored by Aerie 3032, Fraternal Order of Kagles. drew 300 entries, in the music section, and a record of in speech aits. Kagles Trophy and sclmV arship for highest festival score went to Kimberley Rotary High School Band. 90 out of a possible 100. Richard Clement Memorial Trophy and Ihe Lions scholarship as most promising musician went for the secor.d lime to his grandson, Richard Clement. Trophy f o r senior choral groups was won by the teen- age girls United Church chori- ster directed by Mrs. E. Suart. Skating Revue Thrills 250 By GEOFF TAGG Herald -News Service FOREMOST In the opin- ion ol about 250 Foremost resi- dents Ihe first annual Skating Revue held at the ice arena recently was an outstanding success. The 90-minute straw put on by the Foremost Figure Skat- ing Club under the direction of t the antelope of Oliver Ost ol Seven Persons. Winners in each division o! this competition were Elk 1-conard Pctrowski, Manybcrrie.5. Mulo deer George Grif- [iltis, Aden. Non-typical mule deer ordon Etzikom. White tail Floyd Simpson izikom. Moose Flovd .Simpson. Sheep Albert Webster ianyberries. Goat Les Gordon, Fore- icst. Black bear Ed. Walsh ore most. Special certificates of apprc ialion were presented to Iw (or their service to Ih lub. Presentations were made Isic Nowak and Jeanne Roth. Attending Ihe 41st annual ish and game convention were Marion Collins .and June Cole. The annual liars competition or the best "tall stony' was vcn by Ken Kultgen of Fore- most. Judges for the competition were Morley regional wildlife biologist, at Lelhbridge and Gordon Haugen, regional 'ish biologist. Gordon Cole introduced Ihe jead table guests. They were: Roy Ondrik, banqeul chairman and past-president, and Mrs. Ondrik: Russcl Dixson and wife Emma: Art and Monica Trace; wildlife officer Tom Batcman and wife Bonnie: Tom O'Keefe, vice-president of the Alberta Fish and Game As- sociation and his wife Dorothy; Ralph Shaffer with wife Carol; Gordon Cole and wife June; taxidermist Larry Wolfe; Ma- yor of Foremost Reinhold Karl and his wife Isabel. A dance Mrs. Hap Bales featured 33 voungstcrs from Grades 1 to 9. The first half ot the show was given over to Mexican Medleys. In addition to the costumes and iiisic, authenticity was added y Mrs. Roy Wallman's an- ouncemcnts and comments in oth Spanish and English. The revue opened with six oreadors, Robert Karl, Darrel