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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta All set for Trudeau BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Preparations for the visit ot Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau to the Crowsnest Pass are well in hand and provision is being made to handle the large crowds that are expected to be here Sunday. The Crowsnest Pass Cham- ber of Commerce is sponsoring a barbecue to be held at the Isabelle Sellon School grounds starting at 12 noon. The big moment will take place at 2 p.m. when Mr. Tru- deau and his official party will land in a helicopter at the pad in the Blairtnore Forestry com- plex. The Barb Wire Johnnies will act as escort for the offi- cial party who will travel to the school grounds on the Barh Wire Johnnies train. A short ball game between the Crows- nest Pass Girls team and the Prime Minister's party will be held at p.m. An ethnic food fair, to be helc in the Isabelle Sellon School will start at 4 p.m. and will be open to the Prime Minister an noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER Tuesday, July 13 in the Health Unit office, in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 4 p.m. NOBLEFORD Wednesday July 14, in the school from to p.m. VAUXHALL Wednesday July 14, in the Elemental} School from 10 a.m. to 12 noo: and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE Thursday July 15, in the Health Unit 0 fice (upstairs in the Town 0 fice Building) from 10 a.m. t 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER Thursday, Jul 15, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building from 10 a.m. to 12 noon an to 4 p.m. HARDIEV1LLE Fridaj July 16, in the school from to p.m. Fluoride tablets are availabl at all clinics free of charge For Social Ser v i c e appoin ments telephone: Coaldale 345 3388 and Taber 223-3911. BEST BEEF grand champion beef calf at the recent Taber District 4-H Club calf show and sale was the Hereford shown by Kenneth Visser of the Taber 4-H Club at left. Reserve grand championship was awarded to Boyd Dunn of 1he Enchant club Judging was done by Sid Lora of the livestock branch, Alberta deparlment of agriculture, while Carter Curran, assistant district agriculturist, Brooks, was showman- ship judge. Building permits down Of these about 40 are mulli- family dwellings, largest of which is the 26-suite Archon Apartments. The 1971 total should sweep past the 1970 total in July with plans for immediate start on the Cranbrook District Hospital extension, and later in the summer the three storey building of MacDonald-Beattie- Noble Ltd. at city centre. Joturday, July 10, 1V7I THI IETHBRIDOI HIMID r' Cranb rook Professions Building at 32 South 1111 Avenue was occupied on sched- ule July 1, by B. F. Adams Ac- counting, and Nimsick and Ed- wards law firm filling the ground floor. On Aug. 1, a Kootenay branch of the Indus- trial Development Bank is scheduled to complete building occupation which will require the entire upper floor. Status of claims not clear CRANBROOK, B.C. Spe- cial) With a White Rock law firm Thompson and McConnell, representing separate claims or contract salary extensions by three April fired senior city officials, present status of the claim is unclear1. City council rejected the claims in June. They are on behalf of city clerk G. M. Robertson and works su- perintendent Emil Erickson for 8 months contract salary in ieu of employment termina- jon without stated and recreation superintendent R. L. DeArmond, 12 months contract salary extension on the same grounds. Under civil law the writs of suit will be filed at New West- minster, judicial location of the Ktitioners' legal firm and then orwarded to the city. The city nas engaged F. C. Hislop as its egal representative. Procedure allows him to ap- sly to a judge for transfer of venue to Cranbronk from the judicial area where the suit is Filed, which he is considering if and when writ is issued, on of convenience of wit- lesses whose evidence would K required. In the meantime tha office of city clerk is held for a proba- tionary six months under ap- pointment by Bland Hoover, s-ho is probationary new ad- Tivo accidents IRON SPRINGS (HNS) A car, owned by Herbert gerfas, of Turin, was extensively dam- aged when it was in collision with three head of livestock on the highway east of Iron Springs. Two of the animals were kill- ed in the collision and the third animal had to be destroyed. In another mishap an Iron Springs farmer narrowly es- caped injury when his truck overturned in a water filled ditch a half mile east of Iron Springs. Store operating GRANUM (HNS) The front street of Granum has taken on a new look, the buildings which formerly housed the Interna- tional Garage and the Marshal Wells Hardware have been combined and refurbished into the new Save More Store. The interior is decorated with wood panelling and the outside is covered with white alumi- num siding. The staff includes: Manager Cliff Ferret, Mrs. Ferret, Mrs Leonard (Lynne) Bailey, Mrs Gus (Joyce) Johnson and GOT don and Brian Ferret. SERVICE AND PARTS FOR ALL MAKES OF APPLIANCES 3FUU TIME SERVICE MEN 6 DAYS A WEEK Phone 327-6684 FAIRFIELDS 1244 3rd AVE. S. ministrator fof the city to Julj 31. Parks and recreation super- intendent office is vacant and advertised, and works superin- tendent vacancy filled by ap- pointment on usual six months probation by assistant city en- gineer Dennis Brown. Family reunion RAYMOND Special) Ray- mond was the gathering place ror the Eveson family re-union, where 70 members of the de- scendants of Charles Harry and Sarah Penn Eveson gathered. Three sons and three daugh- ters, their husbands and wives were in attendance. Two daughters and one son were un- able to be there. The names of the family members are: Ethel Batley, Salt Lake City, Utah; Annie Adams, Raymond; Dorothy Adams, Lethbridge; Winnifred Lethbridge; Charles Eveson, Glenwood; Stanley Eveson, Kimberley, B.C.; Grove (Jim) Eveson, La- Grande, Oregon; Harold Eve- son, Brooks; Beth Morris, Ed- monton. Summer program TURIN (HNS) Miss Jo- hana Baier and Miss Gail Chnipka were hired" as play- ground supervisors for the community summer program in the North Regional Recrea- tion Department for the Turin- Sundial area. The summer program is being held from July 6 to Aug. 6, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 12 noon and every Wednesday from 7 p.m to 8 p.m. The park and the United Church hall in Turin is being used for the summer program Many grandchildren and grandchildren were also Dresent. A program of music, skits, poems and a feature was the history of the Eveson fam- ily, compiled and read by Dor- othy Adams. Grove Eveson was master of ceremonies. There were games, soft ball, races, horse shoes, etc. At the close of the day a buffet supper was served. Charles Harry Eveson, came to Canada from England in 1909; his wife Sarah and four girls came the following year. GRADUATES Linda King of Raymond, Al- berta, graduated from the Brig- ham Young University, Prove, Utah, in May of this year with her B.Sc Degree. She majored in Physical cation ond Health. Undo is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley W. King of Raymond. 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