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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Apiil 38, 1772 THE LETHiRIDOE HERAID 3 MARKS 90TH BIRTHDAY Forl Mocleod oldlimer Bob MacDonald looks over his new pipe rock, n gill on Ills recent 90lh birthday. Visiling the relired railroader and First World War veteran is his granddaughter, Carolyn McOdrum. He served wilh 1V.4 27lh Ball a I ion. Photo DJIUC SKMINAU COLIOMAN (CNF lUucaui A drufi seminar. cuiiccJk'd last vcck, will be held in Hie Crows- High Sclinol Monday, May at p.m. Sneakers will nclude Dul. Sgl. Frank Uath- jale of Ihe City Police and Dr. Tony Miller, ;il (he University of I .elhbridge. The film, JJc- yond LSD, will be shown. KIN-THICK COALUALE (IJNSJ The annual Kin Trek and barbe- cue, sponsored hy Ihc CunMnle, Kinsmen Club, will be-heUl Sun- dav. May 7. IL is a 10-tnilr hike from Coaldalc lo UIG o I a n Bridge, M.MSEC'K TOril CRANBROOIC (Special) L. f Ximsick, iiiemlicr of Uic leg- islatni'u for Koolcnay, bis conslilueJicy r o u n s lliis week I'cporiing to local Associalions at Fernic. Spar- wood and Kimberlcy, and Inter to otlier areas. COALDAI.K Till- Bnrons- Kiuoka llciillli Unit is sponsor- tlie infunl nwl prc- stlioul rOAI.IIUJtST Tuesday, May 2. in Uic Hoyal Canadian Hall from 111 ii.m. lu 12 noon awl 1 lo 3 n.nv TAHKIi: Tni'sday. May 2, in llu Ileallli I'nil Offico in Ilic Ariministration nnildinp, from 10 a.m. to 1? noon and lo p.m. DAIlNWKI.l.- May itl the school fium 1 tu 3 p.m. IKON SI'HIXCS: Wednesday. May S, in Ilic .wl.nul from lo COALDALli: Thursday. May in Hie Ilcallh Unit Office (up- stairs in Ihc Town Otdci; Uuild- ing) from 1U a m. lo 12 noun and lo p.m. TAliKH: Thursday. May 4. n Hie Ileallli Out OtficL- in llic Bunding, from 10 u.m. let 12 noon and lo SIX WEEKS LATER March 13 (lie Old man River rompagod. dumping Ihoi'samls of Ions of ice en ihe Tabe. Provincial Park. It lia< eince ueen officially Six Idler, ice ii still piled high along ihe river bank. There is great damage to comp kitch- ens, pump house, resl giouncK, shrub-, ami playground cquipine-it. 'n cKarcie of clean-up and repair is Helmud Aschenbr enner. He says flint if equipment and hc-'p is made available the park couln" be open i n May. Ross G'bb 4 p.m. GItASSY LAKH: Fridav, May to be borrowed for town capital plans NOltl.KFOUD i Spi-cial piadnruion luiiqiii-l :uid dance lor the class uf ib now ir liio final planning wilh May 25 hcini! sc'l as (he dale. Wil- Town conn-, considered by council but akin- j liain M.itlii'.son of UMlibriilco 1 recently apprmprt donrxl ns an m-fient prnjncl in v.ill speak. 5, in the Chamberlain School rapiUil (his year tor of a sidewalks, curb from I lo 3 p.m. i Duller program ;il an -Mi- t'luoriile laljlfls arc availiiblc ol alt clinics free of charge. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- ;80; or Taller 223-3911. Dr. G. K. C. Palmer, medi- cal officer of lieallh. urges par- Council decider] Ihe purchase fire truck will lie malrd cost of A S7.70D storm sowor fuf ntfi given first prioi ily. Si. and 51st Avc. was in Al Ihc same lime, council do- chicled as an cided equipment costing for sewer cleaning inns I be purclKisuil. The lirsl program was also The sG.'lon cost of replacing [he line on .SOth Avc. between :Nlli and will be paitl oul of walcr sur- plus funds. enls to ensure their children arc Fully protected against con- tagious disease, tooth decay and know Ihc hasic 1) e a I L h j rules of cleanliness. j Young people should he in- i 111 formed smoking contributes lo lUMCclSC llU'RCVS J illlC .1. ;unp cancer. OI'HN CHAXBHOOK (Special) FORT Tlie Forl Maclpod Fifh anil Game- As.sociiition be re- Criinln-ook Menial Ilcallh I leasing 20 full grown Mcrri- Associalion pnlilie open house lias hecn proclnim- ed for the F.asl Kooteuay Men- tal Ileallli Centre, upper floor at N'orlh 2nd St. Tuesday, May 2, from noon to b p in. man bred wild lurkeys aboul June. 1 Another 11 hivils will lie uva- lurc by fall and will be re- leaserl. The v, lid birds are raised for Before You Buy Check With the cluli by Low en's T u r k e y Iniercsler] proplr rlunalr lo Illis projecl and finaiicr more birds. Il will lake place al Uic site of the p r o p o s e rl Ccnlennial Park on Ihe Oldman liol- lom area just wosl of lown. STEVE TOMIE cil BENY'S or you may pay too much. Phone 328-1 101 now FORT CANCER CAMPAIGNERS RECEIVE KITS. CENTRE: MR. GOGO 72 FORT MACLEOD (Special- "A grant, ot the lar- gest in tlic hislory of Ihe Na- tional Cancer Institute, will be given to the Alberta division this said Cecil Gordon, Lelhbridpe and district cam- paign manager. lie wn.s speakinfl In I he as- meeting unit The money will be used for hips ami research work at the McKach- ern laboratory al Kdmoiiion. "This is a real Iribulc to :r searchers and cancer workers in the province." lie said. Mr. (J onion is a member o( Uic board of cliieclors of the Albcrla division of Ihc Cana- dian Cancel' Rocicly and an honorary member of Hie Forl Maclcnd unit. Tlic Lullibridgc (Jislrict in- eludes all [loinls belwccn Grassy Lake, Pincher Creek, I'iirklamT and CuutUi. There arn John Iroyo. president of the lyClhbridKo division, spoke on Ihe history and purpose of the society. He stressed the need for edu- calion. Statistics show 30 per cent of .vcar's figure was set ;it and was surpassed by 1'orl JMaclcwl raise il in and ils allocation is only higher for tlie current cam- paign. Salvation Army Home Leafj honors Mrs. Annie Urcwslcr Badminton aces win a I: Tabcr Flv SWIIIATU' Ifovnhl Nrws Service FORT MACLKOI) Mvs. An- nie Urewstcr was honm-ed Ihe Salvation Army Homo Lea pin when she pr esc til- ed recently v. ilh n life mem- bership. Though not. H nic'innrr of Ihc Kalvation Army, she has had many years active service wilh the women's Another former f'Vui Maclcod woman, Miss Edna Humphries now of the polio wing of (ho University Hospilal. was also made a life member, The loi'al officers M'enl lo I'M monlon to assist Mrs. CUireiK-o [iiirrows willi the repi'csrnla- !ion. ITvnnphrics lived in the nursing home here for years before she was moved lo ?Idm onion. Her special eerlifieale cilcil the active padicipation in youth I work at the local Cilndel, Exclusive rf OPPORTUNITY Businessman wanted seeks high yearly income in own business in (olhnr areas avaifablo) High annual potential in rent-a-car business Coast lo coast olliccs in over 300 locations provide advance Heady made nationwide market ol expense account businessmen. Executive credit card program. Powerful national advertising in Time, Newswcnk, Financinl Post, Business Week andotlmrmass media. Complcle training program at Thrilly National and on location. No previous experi- ence ncr.cssnry. Sncccssful merchandising program geared loyour local car rental market. Act nov.l We'll be happy to Icll you Iho facts aboul the market, our company, the prolit plan and Ihc complete program IhfM wilf provide yon an ofceptionally high annual income. Truly a growth company in a growth industry. For further Information call Dob MoiiUey.Franchisc Director 260 Drive Ftcxdale, Ontario tG) G78-200Q HRIFTY I RENT-A-CAR Norlh America's Fastest Growing Car Renlal System T'.AUNWKU, (IFNS) The fiarmvcll Sclinol hcltl ils jun- i ior liich badminLon play tiffs rccnnlly. i Winners Girls double's. Grade 7, Shau- na Edu'ards and Linda Jensen: Uradc 3, Dcrkscn HticJ Julie tirade H. Laura Fciifike antl I'epfiy Anderson. Cirls chicles, trrndp 7, A r tone Jensen: (Jraclc U, Shoila Kriz- .san; Giiulr 11. (iVrinda Haiisru. Hijys flonlilns, CIrarle 7, Mur- ray Gripor and Ricky Parncll: Grade 3, t-loyd and Holicrt Wells: and Ciraclc Kc- vin Jc-nson and Wayne Jensen. Boys singles, Civntlc V, T a M n e i: Grade 3, Malcolm Kano; and Grade 9, Jules. Mixed Double s, Grade 7, Betty Jean Anderson and Tracy Johnson: Grade Cindy Powell ami DOUK Wcdcl; and Grade 9, C'orrino Johnson and Dec Gri eoi'. school went lo I fie Tabcr badminton j tournanu'nl at W. H. Meyers School. Victnvious Rarnwcll .slu- dcnUs were the pirls doubles from Ur.nle 7. SliainiH Kdwarcls and Linda Jensen: and Uic hoys siiiL'lc.s from Grade fi. Malcolm j Knnu. all cancer (laallis could be prc- ycnlcd. year 30.000 cloallis were reported; 100.000 were treated foi" Ltic disease. Today Uicre arc Alhcr- tans receiving trcijlmiml for cancer. In othor news, a solr] onl .sipn was pul up by tlie Job's Daughters recently Tlicy began the task of soll- iiif; 5UO daffodils for thn kick off of I he aimviiil canter caiiipaipTi. The flowers wore 35 cculs a dozen or Iliroe foj- R dollnr. 'Itie y e 1 1 o w nT spring and hope were delivered from the 2nd Avo. shop being renovated foi- Calliy's Beauty Mvs, Jancl 'iHlbe, pvcsulcul ot Itie locnl unit of Ihc Loth bridge and dislricl division, said the Job's Daughters did a tremen- dous and the sale went bcl- Icr Lh.nn expected despite ad- verse wealher. All pifx-cfxls to thr can- cer campaign Tot wns PINCHER CIIKEK (Special) interested in forming an early childhood education commit lee arc asked lo meet a( p.m. Wednesday. May 3, in Canyon School gym" In help co-ordinate the operation of the Pincher Creek and Ileadstarl [legist ration forms uill bo available For further help phone Mrs J. Mica, or C. Jacob Cmlil union parley set to at (j'anbrook CRANRUOOK f Special i-TJe- lails for Ihe third annual n.C. Central Credit Union meeting and scliijo] for employers and directors arc nou being com- pleted. It will run from 10 a.m. Satur- day, April 29, through Sunday, April 30, at, Cranhrook legion Hall. Central region, of which Hus- .sell f.caniy of is KooL- cnays cliairinDn, has 17 savings and r rod 11 unions and M affili- ated co truii parlicipnfp. scrniiir-ir toi employ and officers is Saturday when Dn1c Ilillmer, Tnanager of Uic Saskatchewan Co-op Credit So- ciety, will talk on Fraud and Security. I'. A Monrufet v.ill speak on iTa.xnlion ItegarcUng Credit Tn- ions and K Jlnrnal will talk on research and development. -TN World's1 Leading International Beer l-'or Bl.ick l-.ilicl hlcncl and brew only (lie fines! iili palionco... wilh can'.. to bring onl all llioir ll.noin. I lien