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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta frldoy, August 6, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 THE COMPLEAT ANGLERS Young Wallers from Lethbridge receive fish- ing rods from Harley Seward of Ihe Shady Lane Trout Farms ah Welling, 15 minules soulh of Ihe cily on Highway 5. Clifford, 6, Nisolme, 8 and Chrisline Rickard, 10, amazed each olher and Mrs. Hildegard Rickard by pulling Irouh from Ihe cool walers in no time flal. Oilier photo shows some of Ihe iOO ducks on Ihe farm. -D'Arcy Rickard Pholos Girl Forest Guards camp BLAIK.MOHi; Eul'jau) Nine girls aged 14 find over from Lelbbridge, Maclcod and Pincher Creek participated in Ihe Senior Girl Forest Guard Camp July 11 to 18 in the Lynx C-eek district Camp director was Larry Nelson. Maureen Albiez, Betty Lou Coyle. Sherrill Emmott, Donna PalUlion, Karen Slockton, Debbie Wagonlall, Brenda Wil- son, Sandy Wilson and Terri Wojtowicz participated in campfire activities and a sur- vival camp-out. Lectures on firefighling. training and duties of fish and wildlife officers, and piovin- cial parks were given by park representatives Tom Troll, Rcr- nie Arnold, and Al Symes. Mrs. Ross of Coleman donated her services as camp cook. The camp was regarded as a success. Trout can't wait at Shady Lane Kootenay loggers waste no tune sawing spruce CRANBIIOOK (Special! B.C. Forest Service saw-log scale for July in iXel.son Forest District covering East and West Kootenay totalled 089 cubic feel, up plichtly com- pared to Ihe month in 1970. It narrowed the gap of scale for the seven months slightly, j with J971 tola! now feet, compared with cubic feet for 1970. Gains have been over the past three months as lumber I resuming its customary domi- t p price and market have cau-' nance of KoolenoV species. I'lr tiously improved since Jan-; at over two million cubic feet uary. Big species gainer was spruce, up nearly a mil- lion feet to cubic feet second, and lodgepole pine and cedar almost tied at third. Minor woods products scaled lineally showed feet in July, and fence posts soared to 584 cords. Ttoelbeta f I hi C rtllAI ITY R F F R By D'ARCY RICHARD Herald SCiff Writer WELLING Born losers arc becoming fishing fanatics at Hit- new Shady Lane Trou'. Farms fish ponds here. When nothing else works visit Shady Lane and go home with tasty trout even' time. Opened to the public recent- ly, the Shady Lane Trout Farms is bringing joy to hun- dreds of "skunked" fisherman. It's unbelievable but you'd better believe it. You can catch 15-inch trout here with anything tha'. comes oul of a lackle box, or marshmallows, or kernels of ccrn, or even Ihe lowly, un- glamorous worm. (II is estimated that 50.000 worms exist in an average acre of. land. It would be a foolish angler indeed who ignored this ready source of bait.) Located just a hop. skip and a jump north of here or 15 minutes south of Lethbridge on Highway 5) Shady Lane Trout Welcome to Heidelberg Welcome to the taste of Heidelberg! the choicest high prime Hallertau hops So bright, so lively, so brimful of flavour from Bavaria...and pure natural Rocky it brings more enjoyment to your drink- Mountain spring water. COALDALE The Barons- Enrcka Health Unil is spon- soring the following infant and pre-school clinics: HAYS: Tuesday, Aug. 10, in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday, Aug. 10, in library building from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday. Aug. 10. in (he hcallh unit office in the Ad- luinislralion Building, from 10 a.m. lo 12 noon and to 4 p.m NOliLF.I'OItD: Wednesday, Aug. 11. in the school from lo p.m. V u X MALI.: Wednesday. Aug. 11, in the elementary school from 10 am. lo 12 noon and 1 lo 3 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 12. in Ihe health mil office (up- stairs in the town office build- ing) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and lo 4 p.in TABER: Thursday. Aug. 12, in Ihe health unil office in the administration building, from 10 a.m. lo 12 noon and to p.m. MI.U'l.llMiSNY: I'ri day, Aug. in Ihe school from lo p.m. Fluoride lablels are available al nil clinics free of charge. For social service appoinl- Iclcphoiic: Coalcialc 3-l.> 33118; Tab.T 223-3811. Farms is shaping up into real fine recreational develop- ment. It's the creation of Chris and Merle Swilzer of Lethbridge and Harley and Ellen Seward of Welling. When completed, il will cover one-quarter of a sec- tion of Mr. Seward's farm and include horsebackriding, swim- ming, golf, tennis, fishing, chil- dren's zoo. mobile home court and holiday trailer court. It has the makings of a won- derful camping area, Right now the fishing is turn- ing a lot of people on. "A fair number of people have come out said Harlcy Seward. "And they have sure had a lot of fun." The children's zoo is off lo a good starl with a flock of 150 geese and anolher 500 ducks. There's a big pond for fly- fishing and another one for spin casting. "You'll get three to five strikes every lime you cast and pull your line across the I said Mr. S'cward. "There's f.OOO lo trout in thai pond." Fountains arid beauty lo Ihe relaxing atmosphere. Mr. Seward has been raising ti on', commercially for the pasl! three years. The farm imports I its fingerlings from the U.S. at' present but plans to hatch the eggs right at home in the near future. Shady Lane Trout Farms supply rods and nets and cleans the fish. They sell the finished product at 15 cents an inch which works out to about for a 13-inch trout. "The demand for fish protein is going up and the supply is i going said Chris Swit- zer. Just a mild warning: please don't put your finger in the pond. Seriously though, if you have always envied Izaak Wallon here's your chance to become The Compleat Angler. Take a trip lo Welling and the S'nady Lsne Trout Farms WEEKEND SPECIALS at CENTRE VILLAGE Store Hours Open Mon., Tues., Wed., Tnurs. and Fri 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Sot. 9 am. 6 MARTENS COALDALE PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL CLOSING SATURDAY, AUGUST 7TH! CHUCK ROAST Ground Beef IMPORTED Leg 'o Lamb Roast IMPORTED Lamb Chops loin extra ,hick ib TABLE RITE RED BRAND CANADA CHOICE WESTERN STEAK Yellow Sugar 5 b'0bg 69' Miss Cox I lie menu ing pleasure. Welcome to the quality of Heidelberg! Heidelberg is brewed I, from only the best ingredients ...the finest golden barley malt, Take your thirst to Heidelberg today. You'll get a happy welcome that will never wear out because every glass of Heidelberg is as crisp and satisfying as your first. So much more to enjoy lil.AIDMOliF, (CNP Durcaiil Miss Nellie Cox, formerly of lllairmoie, is from multiple injuries suffered dur- ing a rcccnl accident. Miss Cox, parlicipalinfi in a Medicine Hal parade, was Ihro'.vn from a horse. She suf- fered a broken arm, ankle and olhcr injuries. Miss Cox, who is employed as a nurse's aide in Ihe Mrrli- cine Hal Municipal llo.-pilal, will rclurn home fur several necks. Teachers listed for Bellevue BLAIR.MORE (CNP Bureau) The 'Pass school division has completed enrolment pro- jections and staffing for 1971- 1072. The list for Ihe M. D. Mc- [vichcrn Elcnicn.llry School at Bellcvuc is as follows: Grade I. Mrs. A. Rae, Mrs. II. Marcolin: Grade 2. Mrs. B. Bare. Mrs A. Fisher Grade 3. Mrs. L. Demchllk, Mrs. li. Granl. Grade 4, Mrs E. Mclnlyre, Mrs. While. Grade ,1 Mrs. M. Ehlert, Mrs. C. Mekcevor. Grade (i. Mrs. S. Clark Grade 7. Mr. D. Quintilio, Grade 8. Mr. Roy Varc. Mr, .1. Quinlilio. principal. Mr. P. Filzgerald. relief leachcr and par: l.imc librarian. rr, high in 'Pass BLAIRMORK (CNP nurcnu) The (ire haznrd in Hie Crowsne.sl Forest is rnlod bipll. Campers should lake note lhal a iiiiniMtTial order prolll- hifin any open liros is slill died. Pears TOP VALU Beans with Pork TOP VAIU Fruit Drink iTl" in 3 950 TOP VALU PEANUT BUTTER .19 48-oz. tins Dog I SILK I ISSU6 white or colored........8's Q V Lard FRENCH FRIES Oranges Fancy N B.C. CANADA DOMESTIC OR CALIFORNIA CFNTRE VILLAGE MARTENS COALDALE Cenlrt Villngc IGA Also Fcniurcs FREE Delivery! WE RESERVE THE RIGH1 TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ;