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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta PINCHEK CREEK (Special) The Chinook Health Unit will onducl the following well-baby linics during Juno. FORT MACLEOD: Tuesday, une 6, health unit office, p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- ay, June 7, health unit office, to a.m. and to :30 p.m. BLAIR MORE: Thursday, une S, health unit office, o a.m. and to .m. IIILLCREST: Friday, Juno 9 redit union office, to a.m. BELLEVUE: Friday, June 9, own hall, to p.m. STAVELY: Monday, June 12, elementary school, to p.m. GOLEM AN: Tuesday, June 3, United Church Hall, o a.m. and to p.m. P1NC1IEH CREEK: Wednes- day, Juno 14, health unit office, lo a.m. and to p.m. CLARESHOLM: Thursday, June 15, elementary school, to p.m. FORT MACLEOD: Tuesday, June 20, liealth unit office, to p.m. GRANUM: Friday, June 23, elementary school, to p.m. French horn recital tonight at 8 MILK UIVEH A combined French horn rental with Leslie [jindemait ami the Brass Quar- let is scheduled for tonight at 8 o'clock in the ICrlc Rivers High School auditorium. Mr. Lindeman, the son of Les W. Lindcman of Milk River, is ui his senior year at ERHS and plays first horn in the Erie Rivers concert band. His program, consisting c! three compositions, will feature works written by Frank, Mo- tart and Wagner. Linde- man will be accompanied by miss Diane Piltman, a senior year student from V.'arner. Tliurtday, June 1, 1972 THf tETHBRIOGE HERAtD 3 Three seeh one seal i PINCHER CREEK (Special) nominations for one vacant position on Iwon coun- cil were received by returning officer Mrs. Margaret L u n n Wednesday morning. Leave Pincher PINCHER CREEK (Special) Lor.g-time residents of Pin- Cher Creek, Mr. and Mrs. El- mer Howe, are leaving Pincher Creek to reside at Crcslon, B.C. A farewell party will be held in their honor in the Curling Rink lounge Friday, June 2, at p.m. All friends and neighbors are invited to wish them Bon Voy- age. Dr. Juan Tcran, a medical doctor, William Niclson, an electrician, and M. K. Mc- purk, a lawyer, signified their Intention to stand for election. The vacancy was created by the resignation of Bradford Sawyer about two weeks ago. lie contended that onu other council member was inclgiblo to sit as a councillor. Nominations remain open for the position of mayor. Mayor Arthur Ames also resigned over the issue of the eligibility of the councillor. A link between smoking and lung cancer was suggested when the increased incidencn of the disease was noted among workers at a cigar factory in London, in 1833. NOT FORGOTTEN This grave in the Fort Maclcod Union Cemetery was unmarked for 64 years. It was un- marked, but not forgotten. Recently an elderly couple placed this wooden marker on tlie grave. Then they went home to Nova Scotia. No one knows who they were. No one knows anything about the people they remembered. Swihart Photo Young Voyageurs to visit Warner By PEARL MEBEI.T licrald News Service WARNER The Young Voy- ageurs program is a joint ven- FIRST PATIENT t Mrs. Per enters h By CATHERINE HULL Herald News Service CARDSTON Mrs. Margar-t Powell being wheeled in by icr nurse, Mrs. Marg Wood-vard, RN, has the distinction f being the first patient ad-nitted into the Grandview Cursing Home in Cardston. Mrs. Powell, 80, came to the Jardslon district with her CARDSTON i i well ome necr parents from Utah when she was two years old and has resided in the town and d trict ever since. A local nursing home Is a advantage to people [ike Mrs. Powell who are able to stay In familiar surroundings where family and friends are close by. The home will accommodate 40 patients, 25 of whom have already had their applications accepted. Mrs. Powell settled in her new home in a new chair, a Mother's Day gift from her The Barons-Jureka Health Unit is sponsor-ng the following infant and >re-school clinics: COALHURST: Tuesday, June in the Royal Canadian Legion lall from 10 a.m. to 12 noon aid 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, June 6, in he Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. BARN WELL: Wednesday, June 7, in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. IRON SPRINGS: Wednesday, June 7, in the school from o p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, June 8, 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, June 8, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. For social service appointments telephone Coaldale 345-3388, Taber 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medical health officer, urges parents to ensure their children are fully protected, against contagious disease and tooth decay. Information on all public health problems is confidential and readily of the federal government, jrovincial governments and the administrations of the Yukon and tho Northwest Territories, men the Young Voyageurs from Ottawa visit Warner and district, they will be slaying with host families in this area. If there is anyone interested ji being a host family from July 21 to 29, they may contact the school Cask for Mr. Glass) or one of the Young Voyageurs. They will give out the necessary information for being a host family. It would be more ideal for the guests if you had a boy or girl close to the age of the Young Voyageurs although in this community this may not be a major consideration. Its aims are to provide young Canadians with an opportunity to meet, know, and develop' a c oser understanding of Canadians living and working in other parts of Canada; to introduce them lo the geography of Canada and to the industrial, political, cultural and artistic achievements of another province. The Warner group comprises 10 hoys and 11 girls. They are: Paula Baron, Bettyann Big-gers, Janine Folkins, Paulette Glynn, Janet Nilsson, Teresa Pittman, Cheryl Rowe, Sharon Selk, Gwen Schocn, Wendy Stroman, Enid Werk, Rick Carlson, Hal Culler, Nelson Doenz, Garth Graham, Kim Hutchin-son, Jerry Korchinskl, Farley Kuehn, Cam McKenzie, Russel Olson and Ken Tetzlaff. The alternates are: Debbie Zuehlke, Mary Anne Fuller, Janet Pittman, Diane Rains, Warren Minion and Craig Dies. This group will travel to Que: bee City. They will leave Warner July 3 by charter bus to Calgary. Then they will boan a plane and fly to Montreal ant stay overnight. Next day they travel by bus Spavwood range Tains approval NATAL (HNS) The Spar-BTood Pistol Club, which has seen without an indoor range since the demolition of the municipal hall in Natal, has received approval of the RCMP Eor its new range at the Union Ball in Natal. Shoots are held each Wednesday night at seven o'clock with resident Harry Dillon report-ng that membership is open and a gun will be provided for jeginnera wishing to try the win ELKFOP.D The first home game. of the Crowsnest league saw Keiver score winning run and make a catch in the outfield to spark the Elkford Coal Kings to defeat Sparwood in the men's senior Softball league 11-7. Winning pitcher for Elkford was Barry Campbell. Losing pitcher was Eckel of Sparwood. The next game is scheduled for Elkford June 13 with Kaiser versus Eagles name officers NATAL (HNS) The regular monthly meeting of Michel Aerie Fraternal Order of Eagles, was held in Spanvood with John Kundrak presiding. The main business on the agenda was the election of officers for the new term starting July 1. The following members were elected by acclamation: John Romancewicz, junior past president; John Kundrak, elected for a second term, president Alex Sinetar, vice president; ohn K. Mitchell, secretary; ohn Desjardins, treasurer; ohn Letasy, conductor; Angelo Zanon, chaplain; Martin Sad-ish Jr., inside guard; Joe na, outside guard; trustees, Walter Skura, Robert Desjardins and Tom Find ley. The aerie auditor elected was Paul J. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES no. ESTABLISHED 19U lower Thar 517 4lh AVB. S. Phono bazaar NATAL (HNS) The St. Michael's Parish spring bazaar will be held Saturday, in St. Michael's Hall in Sparwood. The tea and sale of goods will commence in the afternoon at 2 p.m. A social, under the direction of the Knights of Columbus, will be held in the clean-up continues PINCHER CREEK (Special The Town of Pincher Creek-is holding its annual spring clean-up until June 10. Residents are requested to have all household refuse ready for collection, Car bodies, automotive parts, trees and building materials cannot be accepted. Shrubs and bushes will be collected if bundled with string. Croivsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCUIATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Bloirmore Phone Tkes TJielethfcti COUNTF Correspondent MAGRATH MRS. MILDRED HARKE MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUEUEF MONARCH MRS JACOB DEXKER Are tdge Herald W NEWS s in Your Area 8 P.O. Box Millwork Products DIVISION OF TANNER BUILDING SUPPUES UD. Now Located in Larger Facilities at 141 5 -2nd Avenue S. PHONE P.O. Box 329, Milk River P.O. Box NANTON MRS. MARY BENSON MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSO Contact Iheie peopV or P.O. Box for your District News ed !o Quebec City, where they will stay with host families for eight days. At the end of Ulis time, the wa where they will stay two ghts. In Ottawa they will ex- ore the parliament buildings, fter leaving Ottawa, they will avel by train back to Edmon- n. In Edmonton they will tour IB provincial parliament build- On July 16 the Voyaguers will rrive back in Warner. After they have returned to 'arner, the group has the pri- ilege of hosting another group Voyageurs like themselves, oming to Warner from Ottawa uly 21 to 30. Community activities will be lanned for tiiese guests and ley hope to give these stu- ents a good time. Most of the expense of these ours is covered by the federal nd provincial governments but here are a few expenses which le students themselves will A bake sale and "slave day" Till be held Saturday, June 3. Chaperons for this excursion vill be Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gundlock. The co-ordinator is Vayne Glass. DIRECTOR The newly- appointed recreation director for tiie Lcthbridge County 2G north county area is Moriey Hoclofs. lie obtained Iiis cafJon at Lcthbriclge where he was bom and raised. He at- tended Winston Churchill School, then two years at the Lclhbrirtge Community Col- lege. JIc obtained his degree in parks and recreation ad- ministration from Eastern Washington Slate, Cheney. Wash. From there he attend' cd BYU at Prove, Utah, completing his master's de- gree. Mr, Roolols is married and will be lo Picture Bulle sometime in July. CHOPSTICKS Mrs. Aki Konno of Fore most was a welcome guest recently al Fore- most School. She demonstrates the use of chopsticks lo a delighted Grade 3 class. The youngsters all had on opportunily fo try ihe art, and several finally reached the con- clusion that fingers were the most effective tools of all. Mrs. Konno's preparation of fried rice was enjoyed by both students and staff. From left, Mark Kabayamo, Mrs. Konno, Kelly Williams and Dlanne Krause. __Geoff Jagg Photo Women of Uiiifariii gather WARNER (HNS) The reg- ular meeting of the Warner Women of Unifarm was held at tbe home of Mrs. Clara Cur- rie recently with 14 women present. Roll call was answered by an exchange of plant slips. The women agreed to run the canteen for Warner Sports Day, June 17. The June meeting of tbe or- ganization will be held at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Kuetm, June 28. Miss Molly Coupland of Leth- bridge will tell of her trip to Oslo, Norway, for the conference. A donation of will be senl to the Ridgeview Lodge Straw- berry Tea to be held June 22 at the lodge. Articles of handicraft were viewed and patterns copied. Mrs. Mary Morton demon stratcd the making of a bourn buttonhole using a metal guide She also showed how to cover a metal button with tape to keep the shiny metal from showing through thin material. The tea prize was won b; Mrs. Ruth Graham. Lunch was served bv the hos tess. Track meet on Saturday COALDALE (HNS) Tb Lethbridge County 20 annua track and field meet to Grades five to 12 is schedulcc to get under way Saturday June 3, at 9 a.m. at Kate An drews High School. The event was May 27 because of inclement weather. HOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING FOCUS POINTS "JUNE IS TRADITIONALLY THE WEDDING MONTH" You probably know o couple who chosen o day in June to bs fhcir ipecial day. May wa suggest you choose a HIS end HER GIFT From our fine photographic iclecrion. FOR HER A gift to capture the daily memories The go-everywhere camera. Kodak Pocket Insta- 2" 36.95 A gift lo perservs daily happiness one of 1he most usable movie cameras available. FOR HIM Kodak XL33 Movie Camera 158.OO Come and see us for the right gift. Film Thurs. till 9 p.m. 327-2673, 327-2565