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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE LBTHBRIDGE HERAID Friday, July 1, I97J Handicapped Forum paper available at Coaldalc COALDALE (HNS) Offi- cials of the Barons-Eurkea Health unit, Coaldalc office, re- cently were Informed of a most unusual project which received i grant under the federal Oppor- tunities for Youth program. The group, headquarters at Edmonton, Is publishing three monthly nevrepapers, named "Handi- capped Forum." The health unit here recently received some copies of the first edition. Anyone who Is handicapped or who is interested in his field of humanity and wishing to ob- tain a copy of this publication is requested to pick one up at the Coaldalc Barons Eureka Health Unit office. The group received a grant of to pay salaiies lo seven fulltime staff members. "All seven are permanently handicapped or disabled so their ideas wiU be closely re- laled to readers of the news- letters." The publications will be ori- entated strictly towards prob- lems faced by handicapped people. Tourist bureau is OFY project PINCHER CREEK (Special) Local' tourist bureaus opened recently when MLA Charles Drain, Pincher Creek-Crows- nest, walked through the rib- bon-bedecked door. Other dignitaries present were W. M. K. McGurk of the Pincher Creek Chamber of Commerce; Jeffery Higa, Town of Pincher Creek, Wayne Pink- ney, senior advisor; and Rene Ruyg, an executive of the bu- reau. The Pincher Creek bureau is sponsoring an "employee of the week award." Tourists will be asked if employees of any busi- ness deserve special mention for the assistance they have offer- ed. Weekly winners will receive E free dinner for two. This tourist bureau is an Op- portunities for Youth project and has been approved by the federal government. A grant of has been set aside for establishing the booth, tourist survey and re- lated guiding services in the town. The project will run for 11 weeks and will employ 11 students. Any suggestions pertinent to the project's success may be addressed to Miss Joanne Rich- ards or to Rene Ruyg. HEAVENLY BREW Aristotle described honey as "dew, distilled from the stars and the rainbow." Choir to sing COALDALE (HNS) A spe- cial musical program by the male choir of the Coaldale Mennonile Brethren Church wil bo presented at p.m. Sun day, July 9, In the church. Choir conductor is John Sle- berl. Tlio public is invited to at- tend. Lead Kinsmen COALDALE (HNS) Instal- lation of officers of the Coal- dale Kinsmen Club was con- ducted recently. The new executive: Richard Colley, president; Curt Camp- bell, vice president; Donalc Baldwin, secretary; Ben Reim er, treasurer; Rudy Van Rijn, bulletin editor. Officers are Roger Handley, Doran Templeton and Douglas Ober. Regular meetings of the club will resume in September after a two-month summer recess. Hereford Queen COALDALE (HNS) Four voung women are vying for the Lille of Southern Alberta Here- ford Queen. They are Wendy Miller of Readymade; Gloria McCoy, Warner; Diane Stringham, Milk River; and Debby Jones of Del Bonita. The queen will be chosen and Glance away from this ad for a few seconds, then look at it again! Still Here, isn't it? "The Spoken Word is Like The Air But the Printed Word is Always There." Newspaper Advertising SELLS! Call 328-4411 and Talk it over with one of our courteous Display Advertising Representatives! The Lethbridgc Herald Display Advertising Department crowned nt tbo Hereford tour of thu George Tompleton farm in the Readymndo area on Wed- nesday, Aug. 2. Centre opens COALDALE (HNS) The Senior Citizen's Social Centre in the Coaldale United Church Hall will be open from 1 lo 4 p.m. every Tuesday and Thurs- day during the summer months Co ordinalor is Miss Jean Brecka. Her application to work with senior citizens was ap- proved under the provincia Student Temporary Employ- ment Program. Golf trials RAYMOND (HNS) If you are 50 years or older, Saturday July 8, will be your day at the Raymond Golf Course. The Summer Games trials In golf will get underway at 9 a.m. The horseshoe trials will be held at New Dayton at 1 p.m. Sunday, July 9. Both events are for County of Warner par- ticipation. Wl winners FORT MACLEOD Winners of prizes at the Women's Insti- tutes conference held here re- cently were Mrs. Delia East- hope of Taber, most points in handicraft; Mrs. T. Holt of Lethbridge, most points in bak- ing; Mrs. Thursa Russel of Taber, most outstanding handi- craft; Mrs. Ada Miller of Taber and Mrs. Annie Rutherford of Kinniburgh, tied for most points in the over 70 class; and Mrs. Agues Applelon of Kinniburgh, second in baking. Class reunion NOBLEFOKD (HNS) The 10th anniversary reunion of the Voble Central graduating class of 1962 will be held on July 8 and 9. Saturday, July 8, at 10 a.m., there will be a casual coffea party at the Noble High School. This Is for the actual students of the graduating class only. 9-3 record MILK RIVER (HNS) The Milk River women's slow pilch ball team completed its league activities with a 9-3 won-lost record, commendable in any league. They played good alert ball. Double-header MILK RIVER (HNS) The local Can-Am baseball team re- cently played host to the Leg- ion team from Great Falls, Mont, in a double-header. The first game saw Great Falls win behind the pilcliing of Thomas, while Stickles look the loss for the locals. It was a wet encounter. The second game was won by the local learn. II got fine pitch- ing from Stu Saga. He struck out 30 men in the seven-inning game. Hicks was Ihe losing pitcher. A fair crowd was on hand considering the weather. Memorial Day RAYMOND (HNS) Temple Hill Cemetery Memorial Day has been scheduled for Sunday, July 9. All people with loved ones buried in the town cemetery will pay their respects some time during the day. For the Buddhist people it will be a fully day of church services with the opening ser- vice to be held at the cemetery at 11 a.m. Other services be held in the Buddhist Church. The memorial service for the Christian people wiU be held nt 7 p.m. at the Taylor Stake LDS Chapel. William A. Anderson will give the Memorial oration. Soloist will be Margaret Gil- christ. The Raymond Ladies Quartet will sing. Danna Galbraith will read the day's tribute which has been written for the occasion by Thomas Rudd. The gale at the Temple Hill Comelery will remain open all day and dining the evening hours special music will be playing between 8 and 9 p.m. Shower held WABNEB (HNS) A mis- cellaneous shower honoring Miss Sharol Otto was held re- cently in the Warner Memorial Library. Guests from California, Cal- gary, Coutts and Warner sign- ed Ihe guest book. It was at- tended by Mrs. Toni Enns. Mrs. Pauline Currie present- ed the program. A vocal solo was performed by Miss Linda Thomas, accom- panied by Mrs. Lois Currie at the piano. Mrs. Catherine Drake pre- sented a humorous reading on the history of showers, rings, and other wedding things. Miss Otto was assisted In opening her gifts by her sisler- in-law, Mrs. Carolyn Olto, and by Mrs. Lynette Entzminger. Her cousin, Mrs. Toni Enns, recorded Uie gifts. Miss Otto and Mr. Fred Sie- wert will be married in the Warner Memorial Church. paring program proposed NATAL (HNS) District of Sparwood council, has decided to place a paving pro- posal before its taxpayers. The proposal Is to spend this amount for a program of pav- ing, with curbs and gutters, and to pass the cost along to property owners on the basis of a frontage tax. The cost of the project Is to be repayable over a 15-year period at a rate of Interest not to exceed eight per cent per an- num. For the pavement along the tax on frontage would be per front lot. Pavement with a curb and a gutter the tax would amount U> per foot per year. All costs not re- covered by the frontage tax would be borne by the District of Sparwood at large. The two streets lo have pave- ment only would be Red Cedar CL'escent and t'he Road. All others would have the pavement along with the curbs and gutters. A letter from Canada Man- power said there will be no ex- tension of Uie local incentives grant for the recreation com- plex beyond the date of July 29. Council decided to protest the decision on the basis that extensions beyond that date had been granted to other pro- jects. The application by Anton Pension sessions set Canada Pension Plan mana- ger J. C. Bouchard says R. F. Vincy will be in attendance at: SPATUVOOD Town Hall, July 17, to a.m. FERNIE City Hall, July 17, 1 lo 3 p.m. CRANBROOK Room 101, Federal Building, July 18, 9 a.m. to p.m. KIMBERLEY Union Hall, July 19, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. CRESTON Federal Agri- culture Building. July 20, a.m. to 3 p.m. Anyone wishing lo lak- a- vantage of this service is cor- dially invited to do so. Mr. Viney will answer queries on the Canada Pension Plan, the Old Age Security and the Guaranteed Income Supple- ment. He will also provide assis- tance in the filing of applica- tions to those who are now or will soon be qualified for the above-noted benefits. Svec for a licence lo use water from Cummlngs Creek to waU er livestock was approved, sub- ject to the standards of health board being met. At the invitation of the City of Fernie, council arranged a meeting with that city to dis- cus a new airport for the area. There have been several previ- ous attempts to establish tha meeting. At this meeting a number of different proposals In regard to an airport are to be discussed. In preparation for Ihe exten- sion of the number of lots for mobile homes in lower Spar- wood, council approved n by- law to close Red Cedar Cres- cent. The plan is to extend the crescent when the new lots are prepared for sale. Council decided lo call for tenders for the sale and remov- al of the Natal Arena. Under terms of its agreement with the regional district for continuing use of the Nalr.l Curling Rink, Ihe arena has to be cleared by July 30. In an effort lo control (ho dust prob.'sm ?.t Kparwood, council decided lo order somo calcium chloride for the streels. The cost of the project will be about The deci- sion resulted from a recom- mendation of Ihe committee which studied several pro- posals. A committee of the whole re- ported Hie contract for the de- velopment of a motor hotel has been awarded to Cunningham and Shannon. The motor hotel is to be located across Red Cedar Drive from I he Green- wood Mall. This is the sile on which Ihe original developer of the mall formerly had an op- tion. Council also decided to make application for Ihe. provincial government's project of crush- ing and disposing of old caf bodies. They further decided to investigate a joint venture with Fernie in regard to the pro- gram. CrOSSWOrd By Dorothea E. 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