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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, February 10, 1975 THE IE7HBRIDGE HEPAIB 3 LEE LAKE BEAUTY Mike Proc ol Coleman lured this rainbow trout with a kernel of corn, it weighs 11 !i pounds. Fishing wilh sons Bob and Ronald, Proc hooked this one at Lee Lake. It took 15 minutes to pull the fish out of the icy waters. It is 29 inches long and inches around the middle. Decoux Photo Trophy Day and dance set by Coaldale club COALDALE (HNS) The annual Trophy Day and Valen- tine Dance, sponsored by tho Coaldale and District Fish and Game Association, will be held Saturday, Feb. 12, in the Coal- dale Community Hall. It will commence at 2 p.m. Duane Bedford of Lethbridge, regional fish biologist with the Heart fund canvass for Monday COALDALE (HNS) The St. Ambrose Church Catholic Wo- men's League will be conduct- ing a canvass for funds for the Alberta Heart Foundation Mon- day, Feb. 14. Businesses will be contacted during the day and residences in the evening. Mrs. Peter G. Martens and Mrs. Theresa King are the co- conveners. provincial government, will speak. Troplucs will Ire awarded for biggest species of big game, bird game and fish. Mike Andrejcsik, big game chairman, recently said 11 big game entries must be received no later than 11 a.m. Saturday. All local entries should be turned in by the evening of Fri- day. Feb. II. Tlwy may IK left at Southern Alberta Co-operative; Ijcn Stein- brenner, 2ZM 14th St.. Duncan Lloyd, 17lh St., Coaldale. All entries will be scored by the rules and regulations set out by the Boone and Crocket sys- tem. Fish committee chairman is Ed Wiebe and the bird game chairman is Ron Dyck. The public is invited to at- tend. The dance will begin at p.m. PROVIDE INSURANCE More than 300 companies In Canada sell insurance for fire, theft, automobile damage and other casualties. Aids library PICTURE BLTTE Mrs. Susan Lee has been appointed by town council as a member of tile nrunicipai library board. She replaces Mrs. M. Olson who recently resigned after serving the board since 1965. IN DEFENCE OF WOMEN'S LIB A Montreal housewife, who is o mother of five and a university student, says too many women do not understand the true philosophy of women's lib. Janine Cobb IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Passwords Planners visit Bellevue with building code ideas BELLKVUK (CXP ISrwin Arldericy, director, and Ted Nicholson, associate plan- ner, of Ihe Oldrnan River Re- gional Planning Commission, met with Bellevuc councillors this week to advise them on the adoption of a development control bylaw for the village. Jt will incorporate the nation- al building code, zoning and all future building development. Mr. Nicholson will attend a special meeting wilh council Feb. 22 to draft Ihc bylaw. Town foreman 1'rc-d Jones re- ported the village's new grader has arrived. Snow removal on the main street has now been completed. Some hydrants have been bu- ried by .wnv removal crews but. this is being attended to. The village crews will at- tempt to build snow furrow type trenches in various parts of Maple Leaf to prevent further drifting of MWW and to control the spring run-off. The town foreman was in- structed to prepare the clilorin- ation puir.p at the village con- trol station. Council endorsed the applica- tion of four Bellevuc girls for the youth employment program Lhis summer. Village secretary treasurer Florence Hannem was officially appointed to her position by mayor and council. Complaints of packs of dogs running at large in town were received. Council will enforce the town dog control bylaw. Tags arc now available at tlic village of- fice. Village representative on Uir Chinook Health Unit, Florence Hannem, will attend a meeting cf the unit at Fort Macleod Feb. 14. Pipes break PICTUfUi BUTTE During recent heavy snows and drifting streets and alleys were block- ed and the town encountered numerous water breaks. Town administrator E. Mcll- roy reported to council of ex- cellent co-operation shown by the town employees while rec- tifying the problems. lie also commended the resi- dents for the patience shown while water breaks were being repaired. 2 wall clocks COALDALE (HNS) Tho Coaldale Community Hospital Women's Auxiliary has decided to buy wall clocks for each of the two maternity wards in the i hospital. A mirror will be purchased and installed in the hospital en- trance area. 7'hc auxiliary will par UK, costs have new drajX'S sewn for various rooms. The material j is being supplied by tho hospi- tal. More than 20 persons attend- the recent meeting. IDS parley CATtDSTON I HNS i The Al- Slake of the LDS Church will hold its quarterly confer- ence Sunday, Feb. 13, at 10 a.m. in the Stake Centre at Card- ston. President is Fred N. Spack- maji. A pre conference meeting ttill be held at 7 p.m. Satur- day, also in the Stake Outre, for Stake and Ward leaders. Seek signals PICTI.'IIK HUTTK Appli cation has been made In !h" Canadian transport to have traffic signal erected at the railway cross ings within the town. Appeal court CLAHFXHOLM Approved To parley Crowsnest Pass NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernun Decoux, Resident Rep., Elnirmorc Phone 562-2149 RDEK backs tourism and then almost reverses NATAL (HNS) The .Tie-1 outlined lo directors how the! gional District of East Koolc nay has granted lo the East Kootenay toirrist commit- tee but is wondering how logi- cal its action was. The shortage of recreational facilities in the area prompted some directors to wonder if they had done the right thing. Last year the KDEK first gave money to the tourist com- mittee of the Associated Koote- nay and Boundary Chambers of Commerce. money is spent and assured them that the program is draw- ing tourists to this area. Frank Eerloia, RDEK admin- istrator, told the board of his j repeated efforts to get provin- cial park development at Moyic Lake. Aid. Don S h e r 1 i n g, direc-j tor for Cranh rook, said he would like to see figures of what part of the government's million parks hrnnch budget was spent here last year. ]lavc no facility- fnr Tbe money is paid oul only DUr6CiVCSi anc] lvc-re gating whence committee can show fllrlher MM aU thc tim0- ye. that it has raised 60 per cent of any spending from private sources. Regional district grants provide 40 per cent of the basic budget on that basis, and the provincial department of tourism more than matches the total. Bill Barnsley, co ordinator for the committee activities, we arc spending money to lure tourists. The situation is very serious." The board suggested that the administrator ''now knows the feelings of the board and can express them" and instructed him to write the parks branch to sec what money is being spent in this area. Parish priest honored at Picture Butte party COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Letltkidge Herald Correspondents in Your Area VAUXHALL MRS. PAT POWERS P.O. Box 23? STIRLING RUTH 2AUGG Gineral TABER ROSS CIBB P.O. Box 2187 TYRRELL'S LAKE MRS. MARY HAMLING ......P.O. Box 97, Wrenlham WARNER MRS. PEARL UEBELT General Delivory Contact pioph) for your District or Clatlifiod AdvortllinB PICTURE BUTTE (Special) Guest of honor at a farewell party held in the hall of St. Catherine's School was Rev. Gerard Gillis. After four years as parish priest, he is about to leave for his new appointment to St. Ger- ard's parish, Calgary. 11 a n y parishioners, visSlors and friends, as well as visiting priests and nuns, were present. Walter F. Boras headed (he entertainment. It included an accordion solo by Greg Gibbons, a piano solo by Carol Boras and a selection of songs by the choir of the Sisters of St. Martha, Lethbridge. Mary Chronik sang a solo. The Fletcher Family also sang. Donna and Jeannette Gibbons and Pam Sucher danced. Wes- ley Sorgard performed sleight of hand. The Grade 3 class of St. Cath- erine's School, under the dircc- lion of .Mrs. Lawlor, danced, j Allen Schwartzenbergcr prc- I scnled the thoughts o-' the Grade 5 class about Father G-illis' de- parture. It had been put into rhyme with the help of Mrs. Vcgt. I Presentations were made by Rev. Gaston Marion of Leth- bridge. and by Mrs. Mary Rcn- ner. on behalf of the CWL. John Osterbrook made a pres- entation on behalf of the Knights of Columbus. Father GilJis is to receive a i presentation from the altar! boys and one from the parish i as a whole. Refreshment were provided I by the CWL. j Tile parish regrets the depar- I hire of Father Gillis but is look- ing toward to welcoming the j new parish priest. Rev. Donald I Vornbrock of Brooks. i Bakes speaks on fund NATAL (HNS) Epanvood and District Chamber of Com- merce recently heard Norm Smorgasbord aids charily COALDALE (HNS) The annual smorgasbord, sponsored by the Catholic Women's League of St. Ambrose Roman Catholic Church, will be held from to 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 12, in the St. Joseph's School auditorium. Proceeds will go to assist the CWL in its various charitable projects. Bakes, chairman of the ways and means society for the Spar- wood recreation complex, out- line plans for the which is lo unrlcr way with a pledge Feb. ro. Mr, Bakes' outline was use- ful lo some members but the consensus was that additions! information is required by the cha mber's membership. A special meeting has been i called for today wilh represen- lalivcs of council of the Dis- j Irict of Spanvood, the Spar- j wood recreation commission, members of tho former com. munily fund and curling club and tiie project supervisor for Ihc new fsdhtv. STORE HOURS: Mon., Tues., Wed., Sot a.m. lo p.m. Thursdays and Fridays a.m. to p.m. Check Throughout the Store for Baskets Full of Kitchen Items at Unbelievably Low Prices. STAINE5S STEEL PICKlg FORKS PLASTIC SINK STRAINERS PLASTIC COFFEE CONE FUNNELS BOTTLE OPENER-STOPPERS CORK HOT PADS FOOD WHIPS COOKS, FORKS PLASTIC SANDWICH BOXES WIRE A" STRAINERS SPATULAS 3 p i ec s s tra i n e r set, ONLY ONLY SET for ioslier for beiler roosting. Adjust- able. ONLY CUT CRYSTAL PLASTIC Size 9 inch. ONLY, each Vegetable Sliceri Cookie Cutter Sets Bacon Drain Racki Cake Cooler Racks Crumb Sweepers Plastic Tissue Dispenser Apple Corer and Wec'gen Piece Place Mat Sets 3-piece shreodcr CORNING WARE SPECIAL PercuSator ONLY EACH 3-picce while plo bowl sets. ONLY ONIY EACH UTILITY RACKS For holding brooms, mops, Has 4 clips. Plastic Rolling Pins. Assorted ONIY CUT CRYSTAL PLASTIC Size 8" ONLY, each 5cl o! four jelly moulds. In sizes. Fish, stars, hearls, fruit patterns. 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