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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 7, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 30- THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, August 7, 1974 Sears many a mood O I Ofr f 1 M Ei ic-- P _ v i th s ha oqf h K Hr re n F r t po yt f Kibli i-irhi if ish i i Vloc c c Mr rs t E len f i irh r r 0 18 i thr a Shi ic> i 30 00 c abc ve ai c 01 Sizes i L 1200 Pull on p i s 18 00 b Blaze 3000 Prm' S'T 'rf ich c, 19 00 Da s i h L tr i D teachers sponsored by the Child Evangelism Fellowship Inflation has skyrocketed Vietnam s postal charges ac- cording to Mrs Jim Chuang whose parents Mr and Mrs Tmh Hong live in Saigon Cost of stamps in Saigon has spiralled from a mere two cents five years ago to more than 12 cents today according to Mrs Chuang who also blames inflation for the close of several Saigon firms Providing play ladies for the pediatnc ward of St Michael s Hospital is one of the most appreciated services offered by the hospitals women s auxiliary according to Michael Forestell director ot finances These hospital volunteers serving the 32 bed children s ward regular visits and engage in reading talking and play ing with the patients and assist in feeding the youngsters requiring it The use of non treated irrigation water for drinking pur- poses is a concern of Barons-Eureka senior public health inspec- tor Kenn Blom who blames the high incidence of summer ailments on such carelessness People should be more careful about chlorinating their water he said Mr Blom envisages a fast growth increase in Coalhurst once sewage problems there have been corrected as well as in the 10 health unit hamlets bordering Lethbndge The Barons Eureka health unit is fortunate in having an ex cellent stall of professional people overseeing the health needs of the area Thev include medical health officer Dr George Palmer dentist Dr Bill Enckson public health nurses Marion Murray Coaldale Dorothy Foster, Picture Butte Margaret Ratchffe and Svbil Gamble Taber Nora Sauter part time nurse at Vauxhall as well as dental hygiemst Susan Scobill den- tal assistant Doreen Chollack speech therapist Jaquehne Nilsson social psychologist Steven Gyorkos, social worker Morgan Heninger Jack Boon director of preventive social ser vices and his assistant Ray Evason Ronald Watkms of Bngedon Wales has been named to assist senior public health inspector Kenn Blom Being chest-deep in water while crossing swollen rivers in the hills southwest of Westcastle is all part of the fun for the nine plucky Cardston motorcyclists who completed their fifth trip from Westcastle through to Cameron Lake The current trip was colder than that of last August ac- cording to Marvin Leavitt and the rivers were swollen ft felt like wintPi whoii we slept in one of the coulees he said Do it again next year9 Sure thing according to Rod Walburger the lone first timer in the group The group covered 65 miles necessitating crossing the Flathead River twice Participants included Kirk and Reid Kurl, Marvin, Don and Roger Leavitt Garry Johnson Ron Scow Allan Williams and Rod Walburger THE BETTER HALF By Barnes s 10 Maybe you flooded the motor7" ;