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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta SKATING RINK ADDITION Taking part in a sodturning ceremony signalling start of construction on the addition to the Picture Butte skating arena left to right Councillor Earl chairman of the north county recreation board Coun cillor Ben Nyhof Ted president of the Picture Butte Lions Club Harpo town secretary Mayor Alex Chronik Councillor Duane Oliver Howard president of the Picture Butts Lions Club and Councillor Joe Photo Piano Recital Saturday Murdoch To Perform By VERW DECOUX Crowsnest Pass Bureau BLAIR MORE Kenneth son of and Stu Murdoch formerly of Cole man and now of wall present a piano recital in the Isabella Sellon School here at un der the auspices of the CNP Symphony a native son of has studied music un der Madeline Pinkney of Otven Selk Heads Lions WRENTHAM HNS The Wrentham Lions Club elected a new slate of officers Owen president Nick first vice president Charles second vice presi dent Brian secretary Gerry G treasurer and Vince The club meets semimonthly for a supper Meet ings are held in the Civic Cen tre and are catered to by mem bers of the womens groups of the Roman LDS and community Blairmore for eight years and has since attended the Univer sity of Alberta in Edmonton where he received the bachelor of music degree in Tag Day For CNIB Saturday COAIDALE HNS Coal dale Pythian Sisters will be out working for the blind is tag day for the Canadian National In stitute for the Blind at Its a chance to said Jessie convener to the Pythian Sisters will accept donations in downtown Coal At the same donations may be left with Scott She lives on Main in Pythians learned recently MrMurdoch has made a number of appearances on CBCTV and on the CTV series Feature Artists and on several radio programs for He holds an associate of mu sic diploma from the Western Board of Music and has studied at the Banff School of Fine Arts during the summer of 1964 and at the Aspen School of Mu sic during the summers of 1963 and He is now enrolled in the masters program at the Uni versity of A1 b e r t a where he studies with Ernesto Murdoch is en gaged as assistantconductor of the Edmonton Opera Burton Game Laws Erode Landowner Rights By MARGARET LUNN Herald News Service PINCHEK CREEK Fish ami game laws are outmoded and the game should he the property of the says Gordon president of the Western Stock Growers As He was addressing a genera meeting of the Foothills Pro tective Association recently at Pincher He staled the belief that all wildlife in Can ada belongs to the people is no longer He also said if we continue to erode the rights of the land owner hell soon havfl no rights With 75 per cent of Uie prov inces population Eving in towns and cities the demand for recreational service is put ting undue pressure on the This meeting was called to inform the membership prior to the The following res olution was passed unanimous ly Be it resolved That when the fire hazard is Elected CHAN BROOK Special Okanagan Kootenay Liberal Association convention at Gold en named Earl Wilder of its new Ken Christenson of Vernon is Wilder will name the secretary and Vice iresidents named were Cranbrook and Douglas Delegates or alternates named to attend the 2022 national policy meeting in Ot tawa were the new the the con stituency member on the pro vincial Stew Mc Henry Nel Douglas Mac Dara Fair Barbara Radium and Colin Kim Of the six delegates from the constituency one must be a woman and one a Young The association conferred honorary life memberships on two delegates Joe whose initial Lib eral votes were for Sir Wilfrid and who maintain a longtime home at Attending the convention to report to his constituents was OkanaganKootenay member of Parliament Doug Stewart of Garrison Ball FORT MACLEOD Special The Garrison one of South Albertas most colorful annual will be held in the Fort Macleod Elks Hall In the early 1800s the Garri son Ball was the highlight of the The ball will be as much like the first ones as possible dress is scarlet coats will be very much in evidence and pe riod dresses will be the order of the high enough to wanant the closing of the Forest Reserves to all then let it be known that the Protective As sociation will close the adja cent areas by way of No Trespassing signs should con ditions warrant TRESPASS ACT The Wildlife and Trespass Act also came in for some criti cal Helmut surface rights specialist with Unifarm warned the landowner to be ware of signing contracts with oil and utility be fore getting qualified advice Individual landowners are no usually inapositionto deal with a A similar association has been organized in the Cochrane district and its Newt was on hand to out line the aims and objectives of the He thought that the two associations should keep in close touch as their aims and objectives are the MLAs ATTEND Alvin MLA for Card ston and Charles MLA for Pincher Creek both attended the meeting and agreed to present the views of the association to the proper departments of the govern With a membership of the association emphasizes the majority of members will be posting their land with No Tresspassing Without Written Permission The coop eration of the sportsmen is re quested in obtaining permis sion slips before entering pri vate The meeting was chaired by the Pincher Creek association Roundup of District News P I v crvr51 May End Club COALDALE HNS Mem bers of the Coaldale and Dis Vern Schied of Coaldale Mcl Fisn and Ganle Associa was aided by the Her tion be given ah ulti recent cornea transplant opera either there is a bet lion was a complete I ter attendance or the organiza Nolan I tion will says Jim Mc There is a membership about Members will be given a nal opportunity to show the interest at the 8 meetin Election of officers is sche Walkers Special Hiram Walkers Special Old Canadian Whisky wins wins on wins on Make yours Special You cant The PotLuck Supper WRENTHAM HNS Wisntham Community Churci Sunday School held annua promotion day activities re ending with a potluc supper and MrsGerry super introduced the pro gram a reading vocal duet skits dramatizing of parables jokein game and congrega tional singing accompanied by F1 o Whitrow and Chester Eviction Deadline Has Passed HNS committee established to con sider extension of leases on louses owned by the Regional District of East Kootenay met Reports from the meeting are hat no extensions will be panted except to those who lave mv houses in Sparwood under They have ermission to stay in Natal un il their homes are ready for The eviction notices served to ome 72 renters of RDEKown d homes in Natal read Sep ember 30 as the deadline to The eviction notices erved will also stand for all thers including welfare rc Those recieving welfare may e able to obtain assistance in noving from the welfare The committee formed to ook into each case separately onsisted of Alderman Earl District of Sparwood epresentalivc to the RDEK reorge area A DEK board member Frank Regional District of Koolenay administrator nd Loretta mu nicipal Slides by Per Hem of Nor were He has spent the summer months on the Chester Greeno along with three fellow made a trip early in the sum mer to British Dis Mexico and several other western JACK JOHNSON Jack Joliuson Celebrates 90th Birthday FORT 1IACLEOD Special John Jack an oldtimer of the south MacLeod recently observed his 90th birthday at the Pioneer By the ripe age of 13 he ha been bitten by the call of th wide He left his nativ Sweden and moved to England He left England in 1902 an came to He arrived in Fort Macleoi on June and bega working on the CPRs boardin car Recalling some of his expe riences he remembers tha here were more people living n the Barracks NWMP than here were in the town of Mac The CPR sent the car ou or different gang timss they cooked for as many as 455 One threeweek tint that stands out in Mr ohnsons memory is the sac story of the Barr I eems that this Barr gath ered people in England am old them of the great op xrtunities in the new world jome sold their property landed over the money foi Barr to buy them land in Can da and make all the arrange ments for Passage was ecured and they reached Win There the fraudulent r Barr was found Arriving in then a town ol 160 people the found no where to no no mon The government was call ed in and in turn hired the CPR to look after feeding these people until they could be provided The story ended on a hap pier note as most of the people were finally situated in the Lloydminster In 1908 Johnson bought a half section of farm land in the Ardenville He farmed there until retirement in A his experience on the cook car made him the envy of most of the housewives in the Some of them still recall his famous raisin Upon asking him for the recipe his answer They were very just three and thats all there is to then he add of that gives you lots of room for I Otlober 1970 THE LtTHBKIDCJ HERALD 3 Heres Proof Our Prices Are Low Prices effective until closing October 17th TABLE RITE RED BRAND STANDING RIB ROAST ALBERTA STEER BEEF TABLE RITE Pork Roasts ROBIN HOOD LAYER Cake Mixes 3 for LIBBY FANCY CREAM Corn or Peas tins 4 89C NABOB REGULAR COFFEE 8c off bag Brown Beans 3 TOP VALU Peaches 2 FAB 129 PRESTONE Anti flal siie 249 ICING SUGAR 2 SOUP or Vegetable Q 4 QQ Heini tins O for Margarine 3 Salmon CANADA FANCY MACINTOSH APPLES bag Oranges CMforntl iia bag WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ;