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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, February 10, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HEPALD 3 LEE LAKE BEAUTY Mike Proc ol Coleman lured this rainbow trout wilh a kernel of corn. II 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. -Vern Decoux Photo Pass'words Planners visit Eellevue with building code ideas BELLKVU1-: (C'N'P Ei'v.'in Adderlcy, director, and Ted Nicholson, associate plan- ner, of Ihc Oldman River Re- gional Planning Commission, met with BeHevuc councillors this week lo advise them or. the adoption of a development control bylaw for the village. II will incorporate the nation- al building code, zoning and all future building development. Mr. Nicholson will allend a pccial meeling with council Feb. 22 to draft Ihc bylaw. Town foreman Krc-d Jones re- ported Ihc village's new grader has arrived. Know removal on tlie main slrcet has now been completed. Some hydrants have been bu- ried by snow removal crows but this is bring attended to. The village crews will at- tempt lo build snow furrow type trenches in various parts of Maple Leaf to prevent further drifting n[ car pcul, lo heai' complaint-, Tlv reason for this tax assessmcnls, will bo held the Irtcl' mler'-J Monday, March in. leeent Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernun Decoux, Resident Rep., Blnirmorc Phone 562-2149 Trophy Day and dance set by Coaldale club RDEK backs tourism and, tlien almost- reverses COALDALE fHNSI The annual Trophy Day and Valen- tine Dance, sponsored by the Coaldale aid Districl Fish and Game Association, will be held Saturday, Feb. 12, in the Coal- dale Community Hall. It will commence at 2 p.rru Duane Bedford ol Lethbridgc, regional fish biologist with the Heart fund canvass ior Monday COALDALE (IKS) The St. Ambrose Church Catholic Wo- men's League Mill be conduct- ing a canvass for funds for Lhc Alberta Heart Foundation Mon- day, Feb. H. Businesses will be contacted during Ihc day and residences in the evening. Mrs. Peter G Martens and Mrs. Theresa King are the co- conveners. PROVIDE INSURANCE More than 300 companies in Canada sell insurance for fire, theft, automobile damage and other casualties. provincial government, will speak. Troplu'cs will IK? awarded for )iggest species of big game, bird game and fish. Mike Andrejcsilt, big game chairman, recently said 11 big game enlries must be received no later Lhan 11 a.m. Saturday. All local entries should be turned in bv the evening of Fri- day. Feb. II. They may IK loft al. Southern Alberta Co-operative; Ixn Etein- brenner. 2220 14th St.. Duncan Lloyd. 2214 17th St., Coaldalc. AH enLries will be scored by Ihc rules and regulations sol out by the Boone and Crocket sys- tem. Fjsh committee chairman is Ed Wiebc and Ihc bird game chairman is Ron Dyck. The public is inviled lo al- lend. The dance will begin at p.m. Aids library PICTURE BUTTE Mrs. Susan Lee has been appointed hy town council as a member ol the nmnicipal library board. She replaces Mrs. M. Olson who recently resigned afler serving the board since 1963. NATAL (HAS) The .Re- gional District o[ East Koolc- nay has granted to the East Kootcnay tourist commil- lee but is wondering how- logi- cal its action was. The shortage ol recreationa facililies in the area prompted some directors lo wonder if they had done the right thing. Last year the HDEK firsl gave money to the tourist com- of the Associated Koote- nay and Boundary Chambers of Commerce. The money is paid out only when the commillce ran show that it has raised 60 per cent of any spending from pi-ivalc sources. Regional district grants provide 40 per cent of the basic budget on that basis, and the provincial department of tourism more than matches Lhe total. Bill Barnsley, co ordinalor for the committee activities, millincd lo directors how llr rr.oricy is spent and assured Ihem'that the program is draw- ing (ourisls to this area. Frank Eerloia. RDEK admin- istrator, told the board of his! repeated efforts to get provin- cial park development aL Moyic Lake. Aid Don Sherling, direc-( tor for Cranb rook, said he would like to sec figures of what part of the government's 513 million parks branch budget was spenl here last yerir. "We have no fanlilico foi purtchcs, and we're petting I furihor behind all the limr. yet! we arc spending money lo lure j tourists. The situation is very i serious.'' Tlic hn.iiy] suggested that the j administrator ''now knou-s the; feelings of the board and can express them" and instructed him to wrile the parks branch Lo sec what money is bring spent in this area. IN DEFENCE OF WOMEN'S LIB A Monlreal housewife, who is a mother of five and a university itudcnf, says too many women do not understand the true philosophy of women's I'b. Jonine Ccbb IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Parish priest honored at Picture Butte parly COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Lctltbtidgc Herald Correspondents in Your Area VAUXHALL MRS. PAT POWtRS P.O. Bor 23? STIRLING RUTH IAUGG O.nEral TABER ROSS GIBB P.O. Box 7187 TYRREU'S LAKE MRS. MARY HAMtING ......P.O. Box 97, Wrenlham MRS. PEARL LIEBELT General Contact Ihflia peopto for your Dislrlcl Newt or Clatiifiod Advertliins PICTURK BUTTE (Special) Guest o[ honor at a farewell party held in the hall oi SI. 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. M a n y parishioners, visSors I and friends, as well as visiting j priests and nuns, were present. I Waller F. Boras headed Ihe entertainment. It included an accordion solo by Greg Gibbons, a piano solo by Carol Boras and a selection of songs by tlie choir of the Sisters of St. Martha, Lethbridge. Mary Chrorak sang a solo. The Flelcher Family also sang. Donna and .Teannette Gibbons and Pam Suchcr danced. ley Sorgard performed sleight of hajid. The Grade 3 class of St. Cath- erine's School, under Ihc direc- tion o[ Mrs. Lawlor, danced. Allen Scliwarlzenbergcr prc- j Ecnled the thoughts o-" the Grade 5 class about Falhcr Gillis' de- parture. Tl had been put into rhyine vilh tlic help of Mrs. Presentations M'erc made by Rev. Gaslon Manen of Leth- bridge. ami by Mrs. Mary Rcn- ncr, on behalf of Ihe CWL. John Ostcrbrook made a pres- entation on behalf of the Knights of Columbus. Falher Gillis is to receive a from the altari boys and one from the parish as a whole. Refreshments were provided by the CT1, Tlw parish regrets the depar- I lure of Fatlier Gillis but is look- ing toward to welcoming the j new parish priest, Rev. Donald I V'ornbrock of Brooks. Bakes speaks on hind NATAL (I1NS1 Epanvood nnd District Chamber of Com- merce recently heard Norm Smorgasbord aids charily CO ALT) ALE (HNS) The annual smorgasbord, sponsored by the Catholic Womcn't League of St. Ambrose Roman Catholic Church, nill be held from ifl 7 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 12, in the St. Joseph's School auditorium. Proceeds mil po Lo assist Lhc CWL in ils various charitable projects. Bakes, chairman of the wajs and means society for tlie Spar- rccroriLinn complox, out- line plnn.s the fund-raisinc vhidi is lo pel. unHcr vilb ,1 pledge1 m. Air, EaJvCS1 oullinr hil lo members Hit Uic consensus vas that addiUons! infonnation is required by the chamber's A nieclint; Ii.i5 bron riilled for loday rcpre.son- Intivcs of council of tlic Dis- trict of Spanvood, the Spar- recreation coimnission, members of Lho [ormer rom- munily fund and curlinfi club and the project bupcrvisor for [lie new facility. Don't Miss STORE HOURS: Mon., Tues., Wed., Sot a.m. lo p.m. Thurldays and Fridays a.m. to p.m. Check Throughout the Store for Baskets Full of Kitchen Items at Unbelievably Low Prices. STA.1NE5S STEEL PICKli FORKS PLASTIC SINK STRAINERS PLASTIC COFFEE CONE FUNNELS BOTTLE OPENER-STOPPERS CORK HOT PADS FOOD WHIPS COOKS, FORKS PLASTIC SANDWICH BOXES WIRE 4" STRAINERS SPATULAS 3-piK9 slrainer set. 2V, 3V, ond JV, ONLY 5CT for toslier for bsller rooming. AdjuM- obit. CUT CRYSTAL PLASTIC Size 9 inch. ONLY, each Vegetable Sliceri Cookie Cutter Sets Bacon Drain Cade Cooler Racki Crumb Sweepers Plaslic Tissue Dispenser Apple Corer and Wedqeri Piece Place Mol Sets 3-piece sh reader if Is EACH CORNING WARE SPECIAL 9 Cup Percuhtor ONLY EACH 3-piccc while c bowl sets. ONLY UTILITY RACKS For holding brooms, mops, clc, Has 4 clips. ONLY Rolling Pins. Assorted EACH CUT CRYSTAL PLASTIC Size 8" ONLY, eath Set ol four jelly moulcn tires. Fish, Macs, hearts, pol'erns. ONLY- All if eel, adjuslablc ber Ideal for the ycung ond the cldcrlv. ONLY, each All metal broad boices in quoise enamel -finish. All wilh carving board. yellow nr lur-chroma door each metal garbage con Galvanized pcvl Dark woodgroin "finish. ONLY, each Contains 1-lb. tin Irewcx, of trewax floor cleaner ond KIT ONLY sand wax, 32-or. tin steel wool ovenproof in while end yf How weave pattern. 6 inch siiB 7 inch R Each Each Each All melal cookir lins. Da.L: wlmc [inish. ONLY, ecch Tour Hard To Find Hardware" 324 13th SI. N. Phone asS-Wl OPEN ALL DAY MONDAYS CAPITOL FURNITURE'S 326 5th STREET SOUTH PHONE 327-8578 SPECIAL PURCHASE SALE OF... i ADMIRAL APPLIANCES TYNAN'S FURNITURE SHOWING FOR 72 NOW IN FULL SWING! ;