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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta FrMay, Apiil 28, 1972 THE LETHSRIDGC IIERA1D 3 District News sAf.. ..-.die, MARKS 90TH BIRTHDAY Fort Macleod oldtimer Bob MacDonald looks over his new pipe rack, a gilt on his recent 90lh birthday. Visiting the retired railroader and First World War veteran is his granddaughter, Carofyn McOdrum. He served with 27th Battalion. Swiharr Photo DKUG KKMINAlt COLEMAN (CNF A Uriifi seminar. camxjik'd last week, will be liuld in (lie ne.st High School Monday, May lt at p.m. Sneakers will nclude Del. Syt. Frank llatli- gale of the City Police and Dr. Tony Miller, jsychologist at the university of Lolhbridge. The film, J3e- yond LSD, will be shown. KIN-TUKK COALUALE (HNS; The annual Kin Trek and barbe- cue, sponsored by the Coaldale Kinsmen Club, will be-licUl Sun- day, May 7. It is a 10-tniIo hike from Coaldale to the X o I a n Bridge, MMSIC'K CRANBROOK fSpecials L. T. Nimsick, member of the leg- islature for Kootenay, begins bis constituency r o u n d s this week reporting to local NDP Associations at Fernie. Spar- wood and Kimberley, and later to other areas. COALDALK The Barons- Eureka IIcaltli Unit is sponsor- ing tiic following infant and pre- school clinics: CXIALIIUJtST: Tmssday, May 2, in the Hoyal Canadian Legion Hall from ill to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABKH: Tuesday, May 2, in tlu Health Unit Office 'in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to noon and to 4 p.m. Wednesday, May in the school from 1 to p.m. srm.XtiS: Wednesday, Ittiw B, in llic .school from o COALDALU: Thursday, May in the Health Unit Office (up- stairs in the Town Office linild- ng) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to p.m. TABBH: Thursday, May 4. in the Health Unit Office- in (lie Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to p.m. GHASSY LAKK: Friday, May 5, in the Chamberlain School j'om I to 3 p.m. Fluoride tablets are available at alt clinics free of charge. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- 338fl; or Taber 223-3911. Dr. G. K. C. Palmer, medi- cal officer of health, urges par- ents to ensure their children are fully protected against cnn- :agious disease, tooth decay and know the basic health rules of cleanliness. Young people should be in- formed smoking contributes to lung cancer. FORT CANCER CAMPAIGNERS RECEIVE KITS. CENTRE: MR. GOGO '72 FORT MACLEOD "A grant of the lar- gest in the history of the Na- tional Cancnr Institute, will be given to the Alberta division this said Cecil Gordon, Lelhbridge nncl district cam- paign manager. He wns speaking to the as- nua! meeting of the Fort Muc- unit. The money will he used for scholarships, fellows hips anrl research work at Llic McFCach- crn laboratory at Fxlmomon. "This is a Veal tribute to re- searchers and cancer workers in the province." he said. Mr. Ciorcion is a member ot the board of directors of the Alberta division of the Cana- dian Cancer Society and an honorary member of Hie Fort Mac-lend unit. The Lethbridgc district in- c I u ft c s all points between Grassy Lake, Pincher Creek, Piukland and Coutb. There am 4V units. The objective is Lasl year's figure was set fit ?45.CHIO and was surpassed by Forl Mnclcod raised in anrl its allocation is only ?40 higher for the current cam- paign. John (.logo, president of the Lethbridge division, spoke on the history and purpose of the society. He stressed the need for edu- cation. Statistics 80 per cent of Salvation Army Home League honors Annie Brewsler Bad in in toil aces win a I Tahcr JKAN SWUIATU' Ifovnhl News Service FORT MACLKOD Mrs. An- nie Brewstcr was honored by fhe Salvation Army H o m o League when she v.as present- ed recently with a life mem- bership. Though not- a niembrr of (he Salvation Army, she has had many years active service with (he women's group. Another former Fort Macleod woman, Miss Edna Humphries now of the polio wing of the University Hospital, was also made a life member, The lot'al officers went to Fd- morilon to assist Mrs. ('bronco [lurrows with the representn- '.ion. Miss Humphries lived in the nursing home here for W yoars before she wns moved to Edmonton. Her special certificate cited the active participation in youth work