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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Tuesday, July 25, 19' THE LETH3RIDGE HERALD 5 331 4-H calves sold; 65 in pens of five (Concluded from page 4) Sherry Hruska, R, Perlich Brs .37 Diane Tcmplcton, R, W.T. Hill .40 Joanne Hruska, R, 5A Coop C. ,36'A Robert Stanko, R, Carol Kempenaar .........3B Carla Reid, R, Perllch Bros. 36 Calvin Miller, R, New dam to be gravelled Hip rapping the new dam Is I j the next job being undertaken by the Coaldale Fish and Game j Association in the of a new park for Coaldale and j: district. j'' It's estimated at least 3001.: truckloads of gravel and rocks p are required to complete the! rip rapping on the dam before water can be turned into thej proposed impoundment. The idea to build a park for i.: Coaldale and district was ceived more than three ago. Initially, the project, lo-i caled one mile cast and miles south of Readymadei school, was envisaged as a trout pond for Coaldale and dis-; trict anglers. Many communities in south-' ern Alterta had developed good j trout fishing in their immed-j late districts by stocking rain-j bow trout in various water impoundments near thej communities. Coaldale and dis-i trict anglers felt they should" have one also. I.; The trout pond is now to form i a part of a 51-acre park, lo-j cated along an old lake bottom two miles south, seven miles; east and H miles south ofj Coaldale. The County of Leth-! bridge and its recreation board; have thrown their support be-i hind the project. The water impoundment be- ing created will take up some i 25 acres or approximately half of the total acreage set aside for the park. The deepest spot in the lake is expected to bei around 22 feet. A general plan for the layout of the park is being prepared by the Oldman River Regional! Planning Commission. The partment of agriculture is ad-i vising on greenery for the park.' Individual and community! camp kitchen facilities arc pro- posed, along with camping[ areas. The federal government: has allocated the project 000 under a summer youth work; program. i The project is near the main' Chin Lake canal of the St., Mary Irrigation Project. It to bf the first park set-up for Coaldale since the former wo- men's institute park fell by the. wayside many years ago. Geo. Templelon Don Hruska, R, Custom Body Shop Calhy Schnevder, M, Perllch Colette Chrislensen, M, Ellison Allan Miller, M, French LS. Johnny Schneyder, M, Can P. Danny Grunlnger, M, Magralh Coop -Susan Grunlnger, M, Pcrlkh. Wayne Gr-jningcr, M Arndt Motors Heal Miller, M, Unll >d Feed Rock Lang, M, J. Patricia Dudley, M, Pack Brent Dudley, M, Can pack. Wade Johnson, M, Highway 52 Feeders Brent Johnson, M, Mngralh Trading Co. Debbie Hillmer, M, Jim Felgcr Robbie Rlpley, M, CDM Chris Lann, M, Park Plaia Elberta Cnrlstcnsen, M, CDM. Marlon Madge, MR, Ellerts Red and White Debbie Thiessen, MR, Perllch Rattle Kuhl, MR, Warner Cly. Brian Llndeman, MR, M-R. Gr Diane Slrlngam, MR, Knight R BrucB Thiessen, MR, .36Vz .37 -36V4 .39 .38 .38 .37Vi .40 .40'A .37 .41 .36 W .40 .27Vi 39 -38'A .38W .39 .40 McCoy. MR. Brownlee LeMay Gordon Miller, MR, Knight R. Ramona Thlolon, MR, Highway 53 Feeders Doug Schmidl, MR, Boyd's Pharmacy James Thiessen, MR, Madge Equipment Ray Brownlee, MR, Highway 52 Feeder Marty Snow, MR, Ellison Garthy McCoy, .40 .39 .36 Vi --llVi ,37'A .39 .38 ,36Vs .36 Hoffarth, B, Crowe Bros. Sandra Lento B, Bill Hoffarlh. Sandra Hall, CC, Ken Con Shflllw Reeder, CC, Prince Vei Jim Cope, CC, Ellison Jeff Cope, C, Laldlaw Dry Good Lloyd Thomson, DB, French L Everell Morion, DB, Perllch B Ron secretan, DB, Steve Sera Bradley Helgeson, DB, French Leonard Morion, DB, Boullon Bros Kevin Douglas, W., Perllch B Sandy Warburton, W, French Tanya Hancock, Ray, Perllch Ronald MolycKa, Ray, Perllch Conrad Veater, T, Papworth F Ken Stezlna, R, Perllch Bros. Randy Rlpley, M, French .38 .37 .37 .37 .36 .37 .38 .30 .38 37 .36'A .3B .40 .38 .39 .39Vi .39 .37 Weight Average Price per CWT Average per head Pens of five Ross Charlesowrth, B, Swift Hal Crow, B, CDM Brian Nicol, PL, CEF Chris Haney, LN, CDM, Marilyn Charlesworlh, B, CP Lome Charlesworlh, B, COM David Trapp, B, 1 F Murray Darlene Riehl, PL, CP John Murray, LN, CP Joyce Bond, LC, Sieve Sera Norman Killelson, B, S. Sera Gordon Miller, MR, Swift Patsy Boulton, LC, S. Sera 38.77 393.92 34.60 3400 36.9B 36.00 36.10 34.50 34. DO 35.60 3d. BO 36.00 35.60 36.30 36.00 Doenz, MR, Bob Hommel Gayle Edwards, W, French LS Charles Hubefc, W, French LS. Jim Hubefc, W, United Hubek, W, Perlich .37 .39'A .37 .38 .38 .3? "A Gurney, M, Slrlngam Property Glen Swanson, Erlckson, W, Anderson Supp Dnrrel Harris, FRUIT, LESS MILK More meat, poultry, eggs, vegetables and fruits arc consumed by Canadians today than in but less cereal products and fluid whole Pummel, MR, Knight R Dale Hummel, MR, O.K. Tire. Rita EMerl, MR, Roberta Hotel Kevin Reese, MR. G H Service Vincent Ellert, MR, M.R. Barley Ken Bulva, LN, Prince VeT. Peler Tammlnga, LN, Haney. Total sale Charlie, LC, French LS. Randy Slen, LC, Hagen Elect. Sharon Price, LC, John Vaselenak Colleen Nayha, B, Barhiil Shell Terry Ross, B, Bill Holfarlh -v -._, v, COFFEE COSTS UP Inrlicnlions from Brazil at the end of February were that coffee leaf rust would increase production costs by 20 per cent.! Reports say the Brazilian gov-; eminent has set aside mil-i lion in 1972 for a program aimed at coffee plnntalion rc-j novation. This will include planting of 120 million resistant trees. The 20-ccnt cup of coffee may! BOOH be a thing of the past, IN JOE KASZAS Service Manager PROBLEMS? THAT'S WHY WE'RE HERE When your Toyota calls for attention come to the service experts. We know your car inside out, bump- er to bumper every nut, bolt and Our me- chanics are factory trained and backed by the re- search and engineering know-how of the most mod- ern automobile company in the world. From an oil change to a full engine tune-up, we guarantee top quality work and fast, fast service. A complete line of parts is immediately available. Your Toyota de- serves i'iie best care service by specialists. See The Service Experts at DOUG REDDIMG Paris Manager CO-JTTS HIGHWAY, LETHBRIDGE Ph. 327-3165 For Appointment ;