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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Television scenes shot at Fort MacLeod Museum FORT MACLEOD (Special) A CBC film crew has com- pleled shooting scenes at the Fort Macleod Museum for the lelcvision scries 'This Land. COALDALE The IJarons- Eurekfl Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and prn-school clinics: ENCHANT Tuesday, Au- gust in the school from 1 to C p.m. TABEK Tuesday, August 17, in tire Health Unit Office in the Administration Building from iO a.m. to 12 noon and It 4 p.m. TURIN Tuesday, August 17, in the school from la p.m. Au- gust 19, in the Health Unit Of- fice (upstairs in :he Town Of- fice Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p m. TAUIilt Thursday. August j 19, in the Health Unit Office in t h e Administration Building from 10 a.m. tu 12 noon and U< 4 rj.n, HARDIEVILLE Friday, August 20. in the school from to p.m. Fluoride tablets arc avail- able at. all clinics free of charge. Passwords PM was impressed BLA1RMORE (CNP Bureau) many warm and friendly peo- team of work horses to pull a covered wagon for one scene. Other scenes were shot at C'luny, Heritage Park in Cal- gorv with Hie last to be filmed with a series of 26 30-minute' at Writing on Stone Park, near programs scheduled for the' Milk River. j winter season. I The t w o program play. Potts and the was written by Mrs. Bonnie LcMay of Calgary. Host for the se- ries Jon Hopkins of Ux- Ont. with Winston Mc- Donald of Winnipeg playing -Allen Sulatyckv, MP, has re-' P'e and was so impressed with p I the various backgrounds of our fellow Canadians." He de- the 'ille role. There ivcre 25 in a letter from Ministc- Trudeau, expressing njs vjsjt Lo this area his ititude for the reception i '-a n-ondcrful experience." lie received in the Crmvviestj During his afternoon stay he Pass r'mng his July visit. j wa treated lo an Etlinic food In his letter, the prime min- fair, a mine rescue dcnion- recrll when stralion and look part in a ister said "I can't I had 60 much fun, mel so Softball Crowsnest designated the crew. Mrs. LcMay said the people in Macleod were ex- Iremcly co operative in obtain- ing ..'rops and other aids for L h e in dnrinp; (lie shoo! ing schedule here. She ly on Ihe hospilal- ity .if secretary manager of the museum, Larry King, and his wife. Bert Heath, a soulh Macleod farmer, brought in a BLAIRMOnp (CNP Bureau) Algeria of Munici- pal Affairs, Fred Colborne. hss announced (hat the Alberta Housing Authority has desig- nated the Crowsnest Pass as an urban development area. This involves assistance in the installation of services vclopment, as financ- ing n .v and low rental bous- ing. Objectively, the program works toward urban renewal which is acceptable to munici- pal aulhorilies. JJcclings with local govern- ing bodies will commence such as sewerage and the n a" future to begin initial road-building [or property rie-: steps in the program Application approved Tom Chester to cclcbrnlc 102nd birthday FORT MACLEOD (Special) Friends and neighlwrs have been invited to attend the 102nd birthday party of Tom Chester from to 5 p.m. Sunday at Blunt's Nursing Home here. The family will be spending the afternoon with Mr. Chester, Fort Macleod's eldesl citizen. BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) 1 different locations and the de- Tire Alberta denarlment of dsion was made to combine it social development has ap- with existing facilities near the pro.Td the application foe a senior citizens nursing home complex for the Crowsnest Pass. .Slrom lo visit Macleod riding FORT MACLEOD (Special) Premier Harry Slrom has scheduled a number of visits in the Macleod constituency Mon- day. Me will visit High River ill the morning before moving to Nanton at noon -vhere he will be joined by Leighton Buck- well, MLA Macleod. Other stops will be at Stavely at 1 District doings Shower held ETZIKOM (HNS) A mis- cellaneous bridal shower was held in Hie Foremost Commun- ily Hall to honor Mrs. Lynn Harrison, ncc Dianna Schatz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Schalz o[ Foremost. Assisting the bride in the opening of gilts were Karen Hamlirg and Paula Zielke with Joyce Haraga handling rec- ording duties and Judy Brit- tner displaying the gifts. Mrs. Harrison is making her new home in Lethbridge. Meeting held ETZIKOM (HNS) A meet- ing of the Missionary Society was held at the home of Mr. Paul Weeks and it was decided to send some support to the radio station of the Northern Canada Evangelical Mission- ary Society for the fndian gos- provincial final last year by pel broadcast, ft was reported or? run, compete for f-e that there is a great need for Alberta title August 22 and 23 an electric can opener and Orion seeks ball crown ETZ'KOM (HNS) The Al- bert clipmpionship is Hie next gnfl ui tlic Orion minor base- ball club. The team, comprised of players from Elzikom, ManyhciTics, Pendant d'Oricl- lo. Foremost and Orionf won the southern Alberta title in a tournament, at Bow Island. Mylo Stromsmoe, Rocky Bi-rlon. Dennis Huisman and Hod linger pitched the team, managed by Bruno Yizek, to victory. Orion, which lost out in the with the northern reoresenta- tive still to be decided. The complex will of the 60 bed size, the ratio being five beds per people for both the senior citizens' home and the nursing home. The location of such a devel- opmen' is determined by local government. It was decided that it was not economically feasible lo split the complex into individual installations in Crowsncsl. Pass Municipal Hos- pital silc. Basically, the senior citizens' wing Lnd other services will be financed by provincial govern- ment grants and the nursing j (ja home will be financed by de- bentures over a 20-year period. The project has been ap- proved by Blainnore, Belle- vue, Frank, Improvement Dis- trict Ko. 5 and Coleman. Work p.m., Olaresholm o'clock and Fort llacleod at 4.'.TO in the Library Park. The "reniier will move on to Brocket and hold an 8 p.m. meeting in Pincher Creek be- fore returning to Calgary Mon- COALDALE (HNS) Tymen Donkersgoed of Coaldale was the '-inner of the Coaldale Fish t h r e c I and Game Association steer. II weighed about pounds. mixer for the Cypres Bible Camp. Next meeting is Sep- tember 7 at the home of Mi's. Harry Cooper. RED ROCK CAMP NOBLEFORD (HNS) Miss Marlaine Hann has just return- ed after helping at the Red Rock Church Camp in Water- ton Lakes National Park for a week. HOLDS SERVICE (HNS) Rev. Parks recently held his first The steer was donated to the I service in the Nobleford United association by Jolin Vaselenak, district farmer, for the purpose of raising money for the Coal- dale fportsplex Fund. Church. Services will continue at this time until Oct. I. Sun- day School will begin again in September. 'Wee bit warm' visit over for Towes FOREMOST (Special) on the complex, the second of j The Towe family, from "the its tjpe in Alberta, is expected j granite city" of Aberdeen, to siai I in (tic near future. Srotland, found their first visit lo Canada "a wee bit warm." Mr. and Mrs. Don Towe and their three children, Donald, 12, Earn', 10, and Ian, fi, were in Foremost as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hany Calhoun. Don is Mrs. Calhouii't brother. The family flew from Prest- wick to Vancouver where they were picked up by the Cal- bouns, and they enjoyed much of the British Columbia scen- ery on their leisuiely drive to Alberta. They have high praise for the scenery they have en- joyed, especially the Caribou Trail to Barkervillc. They also found time to en- joy their first rodeo, with Pat Towe wishing she could try her hand at a little steer wrestling. Don Towe is a member of an Aberdeen based group called Friends of Canada, which now has about members. Its aim is to promote belter rela- tions between Scotland and Canada, and it furthers its aim through charter flights to va- rious parts of Canada. Mr. Towe is training a group of 16 majorettes in Aberdeen in formation routines. He is well qualified as a former pro- fessional dancer, and he hopes that bis Scottish team will come to Canada in 1972 to com- pete against a similar group based in Hamilton, Ont. The competition, which will be sponsored by a major air- line, will be on an annual ex- change basis, with the Hamil- ton group going to Scotland in 1973. It is eight years since Don last saw bis sister, but 25 years since be last saw brother-in- law Harry. The family were delighted with what they have seen of Canada, but find the 100-degree weather a little too hot, as 70 is warm for a Scot- tish summer. They left this country Aug. 9 Tagg Photo FROM ABERDEEN, SCOTLAND The Towe family of Aberdeen, Scotland, is finding this counlry big, beautiful and hot. Mr. and AArs. Pat and Don Towe pose with Don- ald, Ian and Barry. his style BOSSES Lawn spinklers slow up as water supply dries up old style It was stearn and cinders all the way on -those big eight-wheelers. Gave a man a thirst as big as the Rockies and as dry as the Drumheller Badlands. So his style was Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner, for thirst-quenching flavour slow-brewed and naturally aged. And that's the way it still tastes today-honest-to-goodness beer brewed with half a century of know-how. Try it at your next wet-your-whistle-stop. TRADITION YOU f.AU lASIt FI10M THE HOUSE Of ttlllBHlBQE CHANBHOOK (Special) Tho'ipli on a generous basis of allernat' day sprinkling, tlic city engincerinp department tins found (lurint: this prolonged hot drought '.valcr ration- ing is required. Restrictions pcrmitlinR at present, day-limp hosing awiRii even ?nd odd dates to even and wld house numbers. The supplementary wells pumping nearly mil- lion giillons daily into the syslem from north down-hill area, bill drawdown at the Joseph Creek reservoir neees- silnled adding the Gold Creek reservoir supply five miles up- hill to divert flow west into Joseph CiTi'k In surplus runoff at Ihe .InM'pli Crock reservoir and supply a t c r rights holders down- I stream. The wells, financing Ihrongh self-liquidation over a five-year period by user-fee increase, are in (heir first summer use test during drought and appear lo be mecling needs with [airly good pressure except in ex- treme uphill city edge. The July Associated En ginecr'7g Services thorough water survey and recommenda- j lion report suggested immedi- ate improvement needs. Cily council at that time prepared and processed lo final stage toward vote a bylaw for million on a long-term basis lo meet needs of IR.OM population. The department of muuicipalilir.s declined to por- mil the vote Ihon. however, as h e y o n d (he municipality's means. Mdoy, Auguil 13, 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 WEEKEND SPECIALS at 9 CENTRE VILLAGE Store Houri Open Mon., Tuei., Wed., Thurt, and Frl. 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Sal. 9 am. 6 p.m, MARTENS COALDALE PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIt CIOS1NG SATURDAY, AUGUST 14th mmmmmmmmmmmmm FIRST AT IGA UNIT PRICING We make il easier to COMPARE. The price per ounce or other appropriate measure is now shown clear ly on hundreds of items. TABLE RITE FRESH Ground Beef TABtE RITE YOUNG POI Leg Roast Newed TABtE RITE CANADA C Rump Roast Ib. TABtE RITE YOUNG PORK DONEtESS ed Ib. TABtE RITE CANADA CHOICE RED BRAND Bone in 87c TABLE RITE RED BRAND CANADA CHOICE ROUND STEAK Full Slice Ib..... 87 Swift's Prem 2 1-00 Dog Food zip llns 9 99' Solid Tuna 7.M. lin Mazola Oil 1-99 YORK APPLE JUICE 48-fl. 01. tins 3 98 Deep Brown Beans Libbys......14-fl. oz. tins Q for Punch Detergent ].89 Tomato Ketchup nn 4 for 1 l-pz. bollle B.C. PEACHES 3-lb. basket.. Potatoes S-w i 10ibsS9c ANNOUNCING WINNER of SANYO MRS. FUMI YAMAMOTO HARDIEVIttE, AtBERTA VILLAGE AND MARTENS COALDALE Village IGA Also Fcaturei FREE Delivery! WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ;