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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 12, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta July 19, 1973 THI LETHIRIDGE HERALD 3 JEAN SWIHART photo Centennial calendars Using the silkscreen printing process to produce felt hand-crafted centennial calendars are Fort Macleod Junior Forest Wardens and Girl Guards, from left, Mrs. Cora Herresevelle, Norman Milliard, Chris Milliard (holding fin- ished Colleen Donahue, Leonard Milliard, Debbie Eagleson and Mrs. Shirley Milliard. The calendar schedules all major Fort Macleod Centennial events from October, 1973, to December, 1974. It hangs from a willow branch. Bob Hart created the design. Stencils are made and press- ed against the silk screen, on frame at right, then ink is squeezed through on the felt. The calendars sell for locally or if mailed. COALDALE (HNS) High- way 3 lighting in the town of Coaldalc will soon be upgraded. The department of 'highways nurses offer for study BLAIRMORE (CMP Bureau) Marisa Decoux, president of the Crowsnest Pass local of the Alberta Association of Regis- tered Nurses, says the local as- sociation is again sponsoring an award for a student entering nursing. The cash award is pre- sented to the student receiving highest marks in Grade 12. Application forms may be ob- tained from Mrs. M. Donna Stelmabovich of Coleman during the summer. Principal of the Crowsnest Pass Consolidated High School, Eric Price, will also have forms in Ssptember. Miss Heppler showered with gifts WARNER (HNS) A shower honoring Miss Elaine Heppler of Warner, was held recently in the Warner Memorial Library. Miss Pauline Troidl, her aunt, was in charge of the guest book. A special school friend, Mrs. Alice Murray, was master of ceremonies. Kim Moshurcbak played a pi- ano solo. "What is a was read by Mrs. Marry and a reading, "How to Cook a Husband" was given by Noreen Heppler. COALDALE The Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pre-school clinics: ENCHANT: Tuesday, July 17, in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, July 17, in the health unit office in the administration building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. COALDALC: Thursday, July 19, in the health unit office (up- stairs in the town office build- ing) from 10 ajn. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, July 19, in the health unit office in the administration building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. HARDIEVO.I.E: Friday, July 20. in the school from to p.m. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- 3388: or Taber 223-3911. The medical officer of health urges parents to ensure their chil- dren are fully protected against contagious disease and tooth decay. Information on venereal disease, a mounting health problem, is readily available and fully confidcn- iiai District news SIX-WEEK COURSE CRANBROOK (Special) Cranbrook figure skating sum- mer school got under way re- cently at the city arena with more than 40 skaters from across the province registered for the six week course. May Wickens, program 'manager, said four professional instruc- tors have been lined up to conduct classes-to Aug. 12. WINS TOURNEY, CRANBROOK (Special) Marty MeCluskey, of Cran- brook has won the seventh an- nual Association of Canadian Travellers Jr. Boys golf nament, earning a right to enter provincial competitions in Vancouver later this month. Marty, with a 118, 27 bole total took the championship from a field of 19 boys from, across the East Kootenay. BUYS BUSINESS PINCHER CREEK Steve Siga, an electrical contractor in Pincher Creek over the past 27 years has accepted a post with the Province of Alberta and is now working out of Ed- monton.' He has sold his busi- ness interests in Fincber Creek to a Blairmore man. Tad Kawasaki of Tad's Electric, who will continue to operate the local firm under the name of Steve's Electric.' MARK ANNIVERSARY PINCHER CREEK Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McRae cele- brated their 50th anniversary here recently. Dinner was joyed by 50 members of the immediate family at the Oasis Restaurant at noon. A bouquet of 31 yellow roses from each of the grandchildren and great grandchildren graced the bead table. SEEKS ENTRIES PINCHER CREEK Brad Sawyer has been named chair- man by the Pincher Creek Agricultural Society to head tins year's parade to be held on Saturday, Aug. 18. At the present time be is endeavoring to encourage and solicit the aid of business firms and in- dividuals in ensuring ibis year's event is as large or larger than past attractions through fhcir partkipilluu with floats and other entries. BABYSITTING JOB ENCHANT (HNS) Joy Diderot, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Dickout, and her grandmother. Mrs. Kisb, flew to Toronto. Joy wfll be staying for the summer to babysit for her uncle. Mrs return sooner. Kish plans to Highway 3 lighting to be upgraded at Coaldale and the Calgary Power Ltd. proposed a plan for the light- ing system which was present- ed to council recently for final approval. Much concern has been ex- pressed over the years regard- ing inadequate lighting at the intersections. Wallace Baker heads Lions MAC-RATH Baker was named president of the Magrath Lions Club at a re- cent reorganization meeting. Mark Passey is first vice- president and James Ririe sec- ond vice president, Kenneth BaMerson is secretary. J. Hamilton became tail twister and H. C. Pouben is Lion tanner. Directors are Harold Boucher and Fred Strate. Increased membership is the goal of the new executive to carry on support for the new fair grounds east of the Ma- grath Golf Course. Other projects include assis- tance for those needing glass- es, canvassing for the Canadian National Institute For the Blind and school awards. Nest event for the club will be a pancake breakfast to be served July 24 at the club rooms on Main St. to begin Ma- gratb's birthday celebrations. Controversial water line installed CLARESHOLM (HNS) A new t high pressure water line, to service industries at the in- dustrial airport located in-the MD of'Willow Creek southwest of Claresholm, has been in- stalled. The town is floating a deben- ture of to help pay for the 10-inch water line and new pumping facilities. Engineering was done, by Un- derwood and McLellan of Cal- gary and Lethbridge. Last year council was pre- sented with a petition of more than 200 names opposing the expenditure of money outside the town's area but the petition was not accepted because it did not contain the legal description of property owned by the peti- tioning ratepayers as is re- quired. Settlers Days help wanted The pipeline will facilitate the installation of a fire prevention sprinkler for Safeway Shelters Systems production facilities. The firm employs from 900 to 360 people. The MD and the provincial government have refused to share in the cost of the extra facilities. The full cost will be carried by Claresholm taxpay- ers as the town owns the water sewer facilities. COALDALE (HNS) Town council recently requested the Coaldale and District Chamber of Commerce to take on the co- ordinating of Coaldale Settlers Days in conjunction with the Coaldale Kinsmen Club Rodeo. Settlers Days is slated for Friday, Aug. 3, and Saturday, Aug. 4. A grant of was given to the chamber by the town to- wards Settlers Days expenses. The chamber also solicits funds from local merchants. One of the big annual attrac- tions in the Settlers Days cele- brations is the parade, a costly item. For the past two years coun- cil has appointed a board to co-ordinate the Settlers Days activities. Previous to that it was a pro- ject of the chamber. The1 cham- ber is going ahead with plans for the annual celebrations of Coaldale Settlers Days. FAMILY REUNION! RICHARD CHARLES ORR Family reunion will be held at WILLOW CREEK MUNICIPAL PARK 4 miles north of Fort Mactead Saturday, July 14th a.m. More district pages 25, 26 And for menthol, get pack. WARNING. The DepaMmen' of NaJiona! Health and Welfare advises thai darker fa heattJi increases wilh amoutif ;