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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 30, 1970 THE LETHBBIDGE HERALD 3 Turkey Shoot Set FORT MACLEOD TRAP CLUB MEMBERS PRACTISE FOR TURKEY SHOOT SET FOR SUNDAY Pfiolo By JEAN SWIHART Special Correspondent FORT MACLEOD Paul Revere didn't shout turkey shoot, turkey shoot when he rode through the country-side, but members of the newly form- ed Fort Macleod Trap Club are. It will be held Sunday, May 31, at 2 p.m. at the club loca- tion just two miles south of town. The turkey shoot is open to every body. Members are ex- pecting shooters from all over south Alberta and northwest said Norm Davis., Can women enter the shoot? The champion shooter in the nation is a woman from Ed- monton. One of the members said she could shoot the eye out of a hawk at 50 yards, while putting her hair up in rollers. The club feels that this will give local people a good chance for fun, fellowship and plenty of turkey dinners. George Skelding, Don Davis, Gary Stockton along with Norm- an Gilbert were responsible (or setting up the equipment and buildings. Membership in the club has been set at per year. Shells are available from the club at a box, and clay pigeons are supplied to all members. Coleman Collieries Backs Poo! By VERN DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau BLAIR MORE Coleman Collieries Ltd. has donated the sum of to the Crowsnest Pass community swimming pool project. Announcement of this dona- tion was made at the Crows- In Fines COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Police Chief Don Schueler re- ports 12 charges were laid un- der the highway traffic act in- cluding two under town bylaws which realized a total of in fines payable to the town. The report also showed that three minor traffic accidents had been attended. Damage in the accidents totalled A total of 42 complaints were laid. Some 22 are still under in- vestigation. Four fires were at- tended. nest Pass recreation board meeting recently by Fred H. McLecd of Coleman represent- ing Coleir.ian Collieries. The donation is made en the pro- viso all councils whose citizens voted yes in favor of the pool and also Improvement District No. 5 will participate in the op- erational costs of the pool. Indications now appear all councils favor the immediate construction of the pool. An agreement for pool con- struction and operation is now in the process of being signed. Councils in the Crowsnest Pass that are required to post the necessary bylaw to finance the pool will then do so. COAST HOLIDAY IRON SPRINGS and Mrs. A. H. Warren, ac- companied by their daughters Susan and Janice were recent visitors at the Pacific coast. v' Roundup of District News A Night Out NOBLEFOED (Special) The Auxiliary of the Hoyal Canadian Legion 257 en- joyed an annual night out at Lethbridge recently. Supper was eaten at UK Maj- orette Cafe. This was followed by an evening of bowling. MAYORS MEET IN WALK TEST Mayors R. D. John- stone, left, and Alex Chronik shake they came out walking. Mayor Johnstone of Coaldale went up lo Picture Butte to take part in that town's walkathon. He in- spired Mayor Chronik to walk the full 18 miles. It was good enough to win 180 cinder bricks, donated by terh- bridge Construction Products Ltd. to help build the skating rink dressing rcom. Picture Butte Chamber secretary Peter Cress says the event realized S. P. Johnston Photo Barons Is Hot NOBLEFORD (Special) The Wheatbelt Minor League commenced for the Nobleford 3olts when they hosted Barons in the league opener. Barons was victorious. Barons was also victorious fa the following game in Barons. Nobleford Colts hosted the Champion teain, with Nobleford victorious, in a 7-6 game. Ted Magierowsky was the winning pitcher. P. Ellis was the loser Walkathon Raises PICTURE BUTTE The second Picture Butte and District Chamber of Commerce Walkathcn was a success. A total of 120 walkers start- ed and 95 finished. The fastest time was turned in by Bob Ta- kasaki. He walked the 18 miles in two hours and 53 minutes. Winner for the women was Miss Ida Vandesteed with a time of Vi'z hours. The eldest woman completing was Mrs. Audrey Baker and the oldest man was 81 year old N. Yoshida. The youngest girl was six- year-old Becky Branch while the youngest boy, was Larry Gibbons, 6. Chamber Secretary Peter Cress reports the Walkathon should bring in some This will go towards the con- struction of the skating rink dressing room. Probe Kennels COALDALE (HNS) Recent- ly council has been concernec with the control cf dog kennels existing in town. A bylaw on dog kennals was drafted. It was presented to council at its recent meeting and given first reading. Coun- cillors said numerous changes would be made before second and third readings. Town Buys Land COALDALE (HNS) Final arrangements on land purchas- ing between the town and John D. Siemens were recently con- cluded. The land is for new sewer lagoon developments. Due to some difference in land descriptions it was decided the town would purchase 73 acres instead of 80 acres. The town will receive a refund of Total price was about 21st Shoot Set LUNDBRECK (CNP Bureau) The Willow Valley Trophy "Uub has set June 27 as the date for the 21st annual shoot. Events will start at 10 a.m. More District Oil Page 17 with trap shooting to be held at the Frank Lynch-Staunton ranch 12 miles north of Lund- breck. The shoot will feature big game rifle and small bore events. Willow Valley women will be on hand to serve dinner and refreshments. Game Club Meets COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale and District Fish and Game Association will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 2, in the John Davidson School. COUNTRY NEWS These Are Theletltkidge Herald Correspondents In Your Area BLACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY...... P.O Box 148 CRANBROOK NANCY MILES 5th St. S. ETZIKOM MRS. THEKIA EHNES Gen. Del. FOREMOST GEOFF TAGG Box 381 FAITH MRS. THF.KLA EHNES Gen. Del. Contact these people for your District Newi Classified Advertising WE'VE Our Used Car Sales Lot is Now Located at Mayor Magrath Drive and 7th Avenue South WE ARE AT OUR NEW LOCATION EFFECTIVE MONDAY! KEEPING PACE WITH A GROWING LETHBRIDGE! for further announcement! ai we go all-out to provide the ultimate in service and convenience for our most valued customers' Wg, Chieftain Warranties 30-Day- 100% Warranty Now's The Time To Buy At ENERSON'S Of ...Course Phone 327-5705 ;