Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
THf LETHBRIOCf KJHAIO Thursday, February 11, GRASS SKIS Skiing on the grass is a new sport in larger than roller skates and operate on a system of Europe. Invented by a West German after 15 years of nylon wheels driven by a nylon belt running around research and development, the grass skis are slightly them like a tank track. The skis clip on to regular ski boots. Feb. 17 is date for 'lapathon9' FORT MACLEOD The F. P. Walshe Student Council is sponsoring a 15-minute "lapa- thon" Feb. 17, at p.m., the first to be organized on such a large scale in southern Al- berta. "How many times could you run (or walk, or crawl) around the big new F. P. Walshe gym in a 15-minute stu- dents ask. Gordie McNab, student coun- cil athletic director, or Mona Daley, student council presi- dent, will accept entries. The F. P. Walshe Flyers, An- sons, Meteors, Chinooks, Ki- nooks, Curling Club, Badmin- ton Club, Ski Club, and Lifting Club will be running to raise fund to finance the ex- tra-curricular program at the F. P. Walshe High School. Supporting these students in this fund raising endeavor are numerous Fort Macleod and District community leaders. Some of these public spirited community leaders are: Ken Hurlburt, well known auction- eer and Mayor of Fort Mac- leod; Mr. Cairris, Mayor of Granum; Mrs. Jean Noble, ma- yor of Nobleford; Fort Macleod councillors Mr. Sleekier, Mr. Club tours Coleman coal mines COLEMAN. (CNP Bureau) The Foothills Chapter of the Industrial Management Clubs of Canada recently had a tour of the Coleman Collieries Ltd., coal mines in Coleman. The tour was held in con- junction with the chapter's monthly supper meeting in Turtle Mountain. A group of 50 members from 14 companies in the local area were given a first hand look at the extensive mining complex. Hall Chamberlirj, manager of Coleman Collieries, and his staff, provided the group with a well-organized and informa- tive program. David Hembltng, director of the preventive social service, is scheduled to be the chapter's next speaker. The Feb. 18.supper meeting will be held in Pincher Creek. The topic of Mr. Hembling's talk will be human relations. A membership drive has been announced by Fernand Paquette, chapter president. Businessmen, in the area cov- ering Pincher Creek west to the B.C. boundary, interested in participating in the LMCC are encouraged to contact either K. R. Dickie or M. J. LaBrie at the Shell Canada Limited Gas Plant, Pincher Creek. The Foothills Chapter has grown to 60 members, from 15 firms in the area, since it in- ception two years ago. Pro- grams are planned with the goal of improving supervisory skills of chapter members Schmitz, Mr. Courts and Mr. Lievers; Lloyd Barr and Frank Eden school trustees of the Willow Creek school division; J. Zoeteman, local school board; Fort Macleod detach- ment KCMP; Bob Anderson, CJOC radio; Ric Swihart, Leth- bridge Herald; Mr. Swanson, president of the Royal Cana- dian Legion in Fort Macleod; Mr. Moltzahn, president of the Fish and Game Association; Dr. Adler, public health of- ficer; representatives from the various service clubs in Fort Macleod; ministers of the var- ious churches in Fort Macleod; Fort Macleod and district busi- nessmen; bus drivers; custo- dial staff from the F. P. Walshe School; representatives from the Blood and Pedgan In- dian bands; faculty from the F. P. Walshe, G. R. Davis and W. A. Day Schools in Fort Macleod; and parents of the members of the various teams, All of Fort Macleod and district are cordially invited to participate by running or spon- soring another person to do so. Welcome to Heidelberg The sparkling new beer from Carling. Cool brewed from the choicest hops and malt and pure Rocky Mountain spring water. Welcome to Heidelberg Beer. 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