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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta December H 1972 THE LffTHftftlDCf HfKAlA 3 Deer and elk figures down in East Kootenay NATAL (HNS) -Early of the past huatiag seaeoo results ioditate a lower than normal 'take" by iunters of deer eft in tfce East Koo- teeay The figures are iu- crxnpiete in the sense that they do not incite data obtained from hunter gtestjonaajres, the forms fiBed i busters acd tabulated daring the -venter months. However, projectioas covering the 'expected results are iadoced m the early re- port. Main reason for ibe lower success ratios was the wegtber, October -and November sbseoce of Bormal si- 1 I lowed ibe amxaals to raoaia on I fee higher TVbiJe the j report does sot cocar-aest on it, 2 ieother ram to POT-LUCK By D'ARCY RICKARD You QUEEN CROWNED Jonet Fopworrh west crowned queen or the onnysrt Butte liexw Grey Cup esnce- rfrst Defebte Sores seccrvd wcs Karen Chisfe wiih the crowning done by test year's queen Debbie Moriycmc. of the gin's received o wrist with Miss also receiving Juggcge and c portable television set. left to riant are Karen Debbie Boras, Debbie Irene Caruso end Myron Hcge. b the Miss TFiBou? FaMey Trophy Club to hoid trophy day Jan. 13 j the of check- i i ed in the last four seasons are; 1369. 3.144: 1970. 2271, I SS9. gnd 1972. 5-362. i j Tbe tceals were takes durisg saraJjers of cheek i I dsys is each year aad pertain ocJy to B.C. banters. SigntS-1 i perhaps, is feat in the area TVSS beibag boost- j ed ss one of tie great iamting aress in Nodi Aiasrica, there j 14.111 listed at day check j You sure know how to a guy happy! Hear dern bells, can't you hear dem bells, they are ringing out the story of the Kelpmg Handful Fund, Maybe we'll have enough left over to buy Peepers a p66p6r. The way the money is pouring in. sure makes you feel great. Thank you, 90-year-old pensioner (the vddov.-ers rnitej, from Bov.- Island, Young at heart. Ill bet I You're wonderful! Your dollar vnJI feed barley to a hungry Korean child for 12 days. "Mary Unless and Mrs. Jacob Yandervelden. both of Fort Macleod and Pincber Creek citizens Edwin and Mehina Wieas. Mr. and Mrs. T. Dillmer, Mrs. Mary fan old friend, hi Mr. and Mrs. X W. Crawford thank you so much! It's ELAZHM05E fCS? Sportsmen is scaabsrs Fernie Jade that fee Conserrgtion Officer! berta sad Brinsh 15 be secsng their aghis sad 7715- few Tjmwrsrz Sscardsr iOT -JpT" TCiiGE. ky Gub -si iai tropfey urgent plea! And look where the donations are coming from Pwo pensioners of S. Johnson of Gran- said be agreed -i unx Eon Parker of Fernie. W. R. Tucker of Taber, figure ds-j Mrs. B. Zak of Colenian. Mr. and Mrs, H. Groenen- Zipp: Milk Bive'r 21, Guy T. Dow of Chan> Way fro-m Nora McKay of Blainaore. Mr- Joe "s. H0vsn, of Milk Biver and Lorna Barons. g 'store, Blginrwre Oro-wEsest of opening fee bull seascc in Thank you so much for getting the Christmas Motors. Copley ES: Valley after a] spirit Xxstta Hitschnianova and the Unitarian Ser- >mioittee of Canada thanks each and every one Trop-hies other prizes -sill j Hartrrare. Pisder Creek Civic 1971 closure there. The CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY Celebrating their gddeti onniverscry recently were Mr. end Mrs. Everett of Taber. They received congrofylaiory messages from Premier Peter lo-ugbeed and G'cnt Msccwcjn. Former residents of Covits, Cares holm end Cardsfon, Mr. Sietier retired seven yesrs 030. Tney hove children, Mrs. Lorraine (Gersid) Jcrinson or Vernon, B.C., orrd Mrs. Joyce (Mac) Crumley of teth-bridge, rjve grcndchildrer. end three greci The family deioy celebrcting the urrtt! better weather in the spring. Taber MD reeve is Jespersen TABER (HNS) Garence! to rtpreseai the !vjp oa fee Es- M. Jespersen vas retenaed to; cbant Osarcng Co-op office as reeve of the Taber MD Board, sad Losis Turcato aad at fee statutory meeting. Aaderscsi have thg same Cecil R. Wiest isined! resposssbility the Taber deputy reeve. Seed Geanisg Meetings TtiH oontasae to be! I'SI) represeasatives on the held at 10 oc the secood j Taber Bysgitsal PvSTrea: i o a vdll Cecil R. vilest. ivSe Osashi- Frlessa. An r.iiation to act oc the froads domestic Improvements scheduled for new Fernie hospital NATAL CHS'S) Ferris seeong aod. bearisg In nbd Bfirar bosKtsI is to gss sorse in> thsr some tbe itess Dot Hsted in fee 22! cot-tract, to rrg2r_Berioss, sdszissvrsKST oe East Eospltsl District. 1 C. 3air at Rr-'er, artt GOT- i 4W. Reason for this, tae re: I doc Cole at StEbtaa. j ssys, is the sborier buH Sportsmen a 2S-iBSe; _ i radios of above i Bul1 elk caecaec tkas sanst beads afc toe or several days; T Heads cf ood i asd blagktaSsd deer dieted those accepted cp to but 15r. 3-erios that jse nas 2. Iscer frcria cixest fros Ferse Kospiral E o T c fer addrticTal fuses to Cocke has the of as adatfcEsI 306, "subject to approvsl by ie Eegkesal rkepstsl Dissict of East ESxtesay." Mr. Bertofe ssSc tbe Rsglcc- tbs natter 2t Remember gang, the Umtarlan Service Committee 23th amroal raid-raising campaign.. The Qiristmas target is 1% million dollars: Don't tell me teat kind of money doesn't give life and peace and happiness to children around the "Thank the good lord for people like Dr. Eitsch- maiHjva, people wno are to sacrifice their whole Ihres to this cause. During the ezodus of PaMstarn. refugees and their later" return to Bangladesh the USC, in partner- ship v-ith the Rangfrnskna 3Iission in India, pro- vided 50 per cent of the supplies administered by that organization to a quarter of a million Ban- galees. This aid is stiH being continued. Tne current a erector ens icr tae BEEC wjiMn-aea: campaign is to provide assistance i fCtesrraew Lodge) Isr d the board." ifr.: IF3S-. sad pfece! 34 ii per to 13 countries in Africa, Asia and Europe has been i Frlesea to tfae Bestcaa said be bad TKX haG; tee annual was icEed. i act ccaasniitees esdi "with j j-srhicfi be elected. i I Bea Frieseo -was appointed; j cbairmag- aad. Eraest a member of fee Agricultural i 'Service bers besg gad Dean Anderson, the latter repIaciES Everett KerkboS. Boaslfi S. Jocasoe dele- gated w aslead meedngs of toe FOST MACLc-OD public bosrd asd I Members of the Aftsraoos. to act toe ,-eks i Group of Trisit? IMted CTcarcb. Health Usi boera are inakiag ChriscHas i5ke Obasbi TTES returned to puddings Egsin this seascs. the board of Taber Fooadaiion i Toree baaaes Hisde asd Bea i Dec. 6. Customers will be able 32TSi i i -w. tee gniral was icEed. tiss to ggg.rame rbe request. AH suaaered game j The is less mrjsc be tagged cc the artier j th22 tie bcsrd TTSS booeful of j lor tbe curre-s jear. j Aj a asedng in Tbe isfcsnnatke. zmst be jxi: tois is s committee' OG a tag asci artecbed to the; Srazi bospkal bosrc repon- big game bead. AH gaine beads j edh- toM by Mr. Cocke be presesr to conaete lor that be coosder requests' trowjies cr prizes. Escries to US-it of uro the curres: yesr ccesoesikcs i Tiding eadi item could be jis- are .ret a> be saoofflexi or j beet- sbows to as ofikia! of the j Spanvood rarmlv endorsed by the prime minister. And by golly, look hovr Lethbridge is pushing this iiinc' You better believe they mean Thank you, Mr. and ilrs. N. E. Price of the citr. Thank you Melonie Fenton and Merry Christ- e board of Old- to pick up puddinp Dec. .16 in 'lanaing the durch Tbe is mas Segioci Planning sion. Tbe 13T3 court of revosiosi riu tasmg oroers. Mary DeEosisg is cco- eoee SOIL Lynn 2S60. Candlelight service held COALDALE csssl "caa ft CiosMsle Gab Ibfe serdde" o? arer Gate1 j in Goattafe tsraa ta? Pr KATAL rHNS> 36s rscerved a ESW fire track'; Persocs trophies froa j truck purchesed by Ks- j f fee porpcee of Wajfar-jjast yesr are requested trict'of and fee ss-j s. please" iaesa 'oc. or be-1 balance ptircsased fay fee The adsi "Zz all fej -x-ays; fore Jss. 13 so that uew j Laoos j :.ge EM sad He -siS sers can be rewarded, 1 Tbe Bevr ambclance I !1 be I McKagus TJnitr McKHLop United Cnurch; Bricker. H. R. Brois-n, Fenton, Mrs. Hilda Price, Beryl Checkiey.. Albert Van- deurzerL Mrs. W. R. Johnston. Miss Mary Moore, Mrs. J. Bryce. Dorothy Shasr, the wonderful Twenty- Five Year'Bridge Club. Eva Forth, A. Maquire. Mr. and Mrs. Vic "Thatcher end Dr. and G. H. Hall all of the city. I you're blushing. You hate to be mentioned. Bat we've just got to taank yon. Your kind deeds will inspire others. One man can't do it Two or three or four are not enough. It's going to take hundreds and hundreds of fewer ss verse S. Tfee Motto is "3e SSd TPfe Moce oa tro- teraed over to ise Dstrki esl generous to this vears S16.662 goal pby 027 can oe ootaaed by; SOCG as some Scasg-? Steve Eshasec secre- j bss bees ccs-pleted. Sosae of I So let's get it done. Let's be thankful for our -V J( w fcJWt't T x 'J i' Vi ___ _ _ Hgited sai boi- i in EH Isaiah i iary si or presfdeoc: toe adtSaooa! wwfe hss beea g lamiiies, our freedom and our good for- conee Weoboume. Mike! break from 2 10 5 the afternoon. Cecil reeve j of Dec. 15 so as: Trhen peroie acacg as cbainnan. j pick up ibeir pudffings tbey Tdll i Skrerasg aaad Ste- j be abk k> for a of tb Easssbess. Mrs. Hennas soi 1! Heinns: Glesbrecbi. groc? ie as, Tbs yeetpieEts SsftEMSSs "erse I Jack Dezall at 628 3421. I csslribaiioG to tbe project bj; tuce- Herald's Helping Hand fund, i Kaiser Eesources Urrgted. 1 ALBERTA HOG PRODUCERS MARKETING BOARD MEETING WEDNESDAY, DEC 13 7.30 p.m. Mezzanine Floor Exhibition Pavilion Afl prodacen and interested peopb welcome Motorists confused? Os the first dg2e in tiyars jfe new received its i Srst eaE -wbec. tiiree iaes from j were adored in an scto- mosve accident isear JiasO fSpecUD-lferoofc Street to on tee E XorthixMad tneris: IrsiSc OE acd the sectiotL j The fire tnsck Baker Street triacgalar j iis first call yet to re- DOWNTOWN 606-608 3rd Ave, S. Phone 327-5767 Crowsnest Pass Bureau CIRCUUWON JOB sour complaint lettered y tradia NEWS Oceouz, IWEXTED LOOM below rececr Tbe er. larger sad better n fee fcrser truck, does rot is fast-: fl ;-tmgfesm. i The Uthbridge Herald Correspondents in Your Area CREEK MRS. EDWARD LUNN (SpMiaf CerreMMndtnf) 211 rOtT MACLfOD- MRS. TID SWIHART 244-3615 oa lONrrA ERNIE DAtTON Gtn. Del. NOBUFOftD 1. LUCHIA ttwne 124-3344 Contad people for your District News or Classified Advertising IE 1743 and st Ozford. invented i the firs; power-operated teatiie cetise the of tee old 2re truck. Tbe old track -sill be repair and be called 02 there is need for more than oce track. No decision reached yet relocation Power Packed Power Too! Gift Suggestions (BY IOCKWEU) ALL AT SPECIAL SAVINGS! Hare's o gift any would be thrilled to receive and ot these special prices you can't go wrong! No. ROCKWEU OREENUNE JIG SAW KIT on highway EL4JRMORE rCNT Bureau) r cent to the pool coa- Slayor George Wait bas re- ported to BIMncore town COOT- -i tt. t t j- .j cd tnat he has discussed wits Hon. Cisxeoce Copitborae, niin- for recreation purposes. CouBdl b principle suggested recreation boara rf also a revised recreation board ister of highTrays. the relocation j agreement. of Highway No. 3 arxl that Mr. Discussion u-as hek! on Local Copithome advised Mm that no Initiatives programs arid sug- decision has been readjed on gesdons mcJuded widetj- the the highway would ifig Uie roed to the Bteirraore taJce through Elafrmore. town dam. the deveJopraent of Council gave second reading a csmp shelter aod sonse land- to a bylaw'providiEg for rezon- j scaping, fag the old elementary school Mayor Wait reported on the site from cornnranity to mufci- campaign to bring the 1975 Win- family residential, and also; tcr Games to southern Alberta five Jots of the armories site stating the selection fomirmtee from residential to commercial, visited the area last weekend 2? Council went on record as re-1 with a decision on the to be (our more adja> i made in February. Fcr every job from Intricofe curve cvnir.; to big eopscity straight iir.t errjp 3300 cvtrLng "mcgic sqyare" bfoa'e support, desree tUffng box. jig fcjr 3 tsw blcdes, ris ens' circle cutting guide, lr, hsnay ccrryrr.g cose, 39.97. Dtcoes, ns 'No. 61K ROCKWEU GRKNUNE JIG SAW KIT 2 soees you mctch ths sseed cf 2500 or 33CO SfM TO the noteric! you Cvs metal, pisstic erisi Q A 95' Otner problem incteriois ss eery cs woo-J. 46.97. >wi 29 Ne. 7SK ROCKWEU GREENLiNI SAW and KIT Offers big ccpscity, plenty ef powtr. FuH 10 rpm motor piws wfety bicc'e eiuJch, 5 Sucrd, built-in iniectbr. contsins sew end rip gyio'e in f (ME dy eerrying ease. Itg. 79.97. 'Ul' inic: 59 Me. 65 ROCKWELL GREENUNE FINISHING SANDER Ineustrisiiy rcfec 2-3 omp motor, com end fait scrso'ir.g pod for fcsr, efficient stock rtmovci velvet like finlsH. 37.97. Spccipt........... No. 63K ROCKWfLl GKEfNUNl FINISHING SANDER KIT fnefudes N'o. 65 lender, of ens' handy coirylng ecse. teg. Specie! 23" Just Say "CHARGE IT" Open o convenient Hoyt Account or VM CcrcH Open till 9 p.m. Wed., Thurs.r Fri. r.-ghts for your shopping convenience! Ii ll s -J ;