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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta July IB, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 SUMMER STAFF North Lelh bridge regional recreation board will be working towards a variety of activities this summer. Summer staff, recently returned from an arts and crofts workshop cl Slavely, lefl lo right, are: Reg Gill, Alberla Service Corps volunteer, representing "hobo days" on the Debbie Moriyama, pro- gram supervisor, representing "international week" on ihe playground; Heather Murray, Alberta Service Corps volunteer, displayin g arts and Takasaki, program leader, representing ihe swimming progra m; Judy Mcllroy, program leader, represent- ing "jubilee days" in Picture Bulle; and Che ryl Davies, program leader, representing slow pilch at Ihe Soulhern Alberla Summer Games. P.Johnson Photo Quarter horses canter Aug. 6-7 COALDALE (HNS) The Barons-Eurkea Health Unit is sponsoring Ihe following infant and pre-school clinics: ENCHANT: .Tuesday, July 13, in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, July 18, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 am. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, July 20, in the Health Unit Office (upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, July 20, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. HARDIEVILLE: Friday, July 21, in the school from to p.m. Parents are reminded that boosters are required for chil- dren starting Grade I in the fail. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- 3388; and Tabcr 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medi- cal officer of health, urges par- ents to ensure their children are fully protected against con- tagious disease and tooth de- cay. Information on venereal dis- ease, a mounting health prob- lem, is available and fully con- fidential. CLARESHOLM The Four- th Annual Claresholm Quarter Horse Show will be held Sun- clay and Monday, Aug. 6 and 7, at the Claresholm Stampede Grounds. Sunday. Aug. G. an open show -.CHIEF MOUNTAIN. SOD B n SODDING BH_ LANDSCAPINO VINYL COVERED CHAIN WIRE FENCE For More Information Contact D. CRAIG PORTER tethbrldge Ph. 328-0924 Beavers entertain elderly MONARCH (HNS) Resi- dents of the Golden Acres and Green Acres lodges, along with senior citizens of Monarch and district, were entertained re- cently by the Monarch Beavers Club in the Monarch school aud- itorium The afternoon was spent in playing bingo. This was follow- ed by community singing with Mrs. J. Dekker at the piano. A Lethbridge city bus trans- ported the lodge citizens home. The Beavers Club was com- mended for its thoughtfulness. will be held in which any horse is eligible to enter. There w be classes for both western and English riders. Monday. Aug. 7, a full line of registered quarter horse classes will be held commenc- ing at 8-30 a.m. A feature of the Monday eve- ning show will be the Wet Blanket Event in which a horse will demonstrate his ability in western pleasure, western rid. ing, trail and working cow horse classes.. This event is open to any breed of horse. Judge of the show will be Duane Green of Utah. Last year's show brought in more than 400 entries. A SOUVF.MR-Ilclcn Ran- court, one of Ihe stu- dent visitors from Smlbury, Ont., receives a souvenir [lift from Mrs. Norman I Marion) Oher, president of the Coal- dale Kindles. Looking nn is Mrs. Michael OTicilly. Mrs. Olicr presents a souvenir gift lo liichard I.cDljTie. Mi- cllacl O'Reilly, slandiog, ex- presses thanks lo those who liostcd the Young Voyagcur visit In the Coaldale area. WINS BURSARY Sli! Marlcnc Ponjavic, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Ponja- vic nf Coalhursl, is using SCOO bursary to study at the Banff School of Fine Arts. She is majoring in Trench. Miss Ponjavic plans to con- tinue her studies at llic Uni- versity of Lclhbrhlgc. Farewell tea SHAUGHNESSY rl-INSi Mrs. Donna Fcalhcrslonc was hostess al her home for a fare- well lea held (or Mrs. Marriane Hellc. She was presented an electric kicfhen clock. Mr. and Mrs. Helle and fam- ilv have moved to Hardieville. Colley urges Voyageurs to visit Coaldale again Manpower office SPARWOOD (HNS) Roy Ursuaf of Fcrnic has been ap- pointed to manage the Canada Manpower office at Sparwood. The office has been opened as an experiment lo serve the whole Elk Valley area and Kaiser Resources. The office is located at the Kaiser Resources office and will operate at least until August. COALDALE (IINSl-At least 23 people from Sudbury, Ont, know where Coaldale is. That is what was said during the recent banquet held to honor 21 Young Voyageurs and their two adult escorts who visited here for a week. It was held in the St. Jos- eph's School and was catered by the St. Ambrose Catholic Women's League and daugh- ters of members. A dance followed in the Coal- dale Sportsplex hall. The group's stay here was sponsored by the Coaldale Kins- men and Kinetic clubs. The trip from Sudbury, Ont., to Coaldale and hack was spon- sored by the federal and pro- vincial governments. Banquet chairman was Ed Ryan, student counsellor at Kate Andrews High School. Richard Colley, president of the Kinsmen club, extended words of appreciation to all who had assisted and invited the visitors to come back again. r-j.' .sirl V Roundup of District News xrtYv Name trustee SPARWOOD (HNS) School board trustees accepted the rec- ommendation of a committee recently and appointed fellow trustee Ted Stafford as the board's building superintendent, contingent upon his resigning as trustee. Mr. Stafford was not present at the meeting. The new building superinten- dent will oversee the building program planned by the board. Raise SPARWOOD (HNS> The July 1 contestants raised by their efforts during June. The money will BO to the funds for the recreation com- Crowsiiest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernun DCCOUK, Resident Rep., Bloirmorft Phoni 562-2H? These Are The Letlibridge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area GRANUM MRS. ED. CESAR GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TURNBUll PICTURE BUTTE S. f. JOHNSON RAYMOND MRS. DELIA WOOLF TURIN Mn. Paulin Juhar I plex st Sparwood. Brenda 1 Schimpf, queen, raised king Steen Anderson raised Runners-up princess Brenda Downey raised ?557. and prince Gene Cimolini was a very close contestant to the king with ?541. Visits Monarch MONARCH (HNS) Rev. and Mrs. Simon Ter Louw of Amherst. S. Dak., were recent visitors in the Monarch district en route to Banff. I On their return Mr. Ter Louw delivered the message at the Sunday morning service in the Reformed Church here. Monday evening the congre- gation met on the church grounds for a social time. Mr. and Mrs. Ter Louw served at the Monarch Church before moving to Amherst. Taxes eased TABER (IINS) Council has set Monday, Aug. 7. as a public holiday since no official notice has been received that the province has proclaimed the first Monday in August as Na- tive People's Day as previously suggcslccl. Council voted lo forgive municipal taxes for the Royal Canadian who again presented its case of financial dislrcss. I The Legion will he cxpcclcd lo pay school and hospital ser- vices requisitions and all fron- tage taxes for a reduction of some from its normal lax levy of 100 Copies plus tax Gennrol Delivery GBR. Del. Phone 738.4394 Contact these poopia tor Diilrict Newt or Claiiifiad Advartlilng Fifth place CARMANGAY (HNS) The Carmangay Little League base- ball team is lied in fifth place with the Vulcan Yanks. The team eight games and lost eight games during the season. The Babe Ruth team did well all season in regular games winning sis games and losing two but went down to defeat in the playoffs. Both teams hope to see action at (lie Lions Sports Day. Trap shoot FOREMOST most Fish and Game Associa- I tion will stage a small bore and I trap shoot at the Foremost Rifle Range on July 23 com- i mcncing at 2 p.m. j All interested club members are urged lo attend. Ribbons will be awarded to1' the first Uircc places in each 'category. i Slow pilch MILK RIVCK (UNSi Area playoffs in both men's a 11 d women's slow pilch ball Leagues were held at Milk River recently. Teams from Coutts, Warner I and Milk River competed in the women's evenl. Milk River defeated both Coulls and War- ner thus winning the competi- tion and being area representa- tives in the playoffs at New Dayton. Tliis Milk River team has yet to IK defeated. I Milk River men's team also became Ihe area representa- tives. 100th birthday MAGRATH (HNS) A. B. Critchfield. one of the few sur- viving settlers of Magrath, will celebrate his 100th birth- clay with 150 members of his family at Magrath July 22. I Open house will be held for I llic public from 3 to G p in. at the music room ot the Ma- grath Elementary School. To Fredericton COALDALE (HNS) Mbs Weiirly Miller from Ihe Ready- mndc III Bcrf Club is a trip lo Frcdcricton, N.B. for two I weeks. She won the trip in a compe- lilion held st Olds last year. Tiic fir-st week of her slay Miss Miller will be billeffed with a French-speaking family I and llic second week in Ihe I home of an English-speaking family. WHOOP UP Now Fomous Chromocolor olor TV. A big full reclongular 20" diagonal Super Screen. Chrom- acolor piclure in a compact ize cabinet. Handsomely crafted Decorator Compact table model TV. Zenith Patented AFC Automatic Fine Tuning Control Zenith Aulomatic Tint Guard Zenith Developed Picture Tube Deflector System Advanced Zenilh Coverage Circuilry Volts of Piclure Power Advanced Zenilh Solid-Slate 3 Stage Video Amplifier Module Advanced Zenilh Solid State RGB Circuitry Zenith Automatic Color Level Circuitry Zenith Automatic Color Cut-off Circuitry Automatic Color Clarificr Zenilh Solid Slate Auto- malic Frinae Lock Circuit. Capacity-Plus Quality Components Zenilh Power Transformer Peak Piclure Control Zenith Deluxe Spotlighl Panels U69 Are. S MOTOR MOWER 817 3rd AVE. 5. 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