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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 4, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Jun. 4, 1973 THE lETHIRIDGE HERAIP 5 Studies Crowfoot figure Carolyn Blenner-Hassett of Lethbridge studies a costumed manikin figure designed to look like Chief Crowfoot. Fleetwood-Bawden Elementary School pupils arc visiting the Fort Museum at Fort Macleod by the school-bus-load these days. District Hews In Brief Sidewalks extended at Coaldale COALDALE (HNS) Com- cillor Abe Ens of public works Golden wedding anniversary marked by Claresholm pair CLARESHOLM (Special) An anniversary dinner in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Thompson was held recently in the lower auditorium of the Church of the Nazarene. They marked their golden wedding anniversary that day. The honored couple received a corsage and boutonniere. An anniversary cake centred the table at which their son H a r o 1 d, his two sons, Harold and Trevor, and two daughters, Kristine and Pamela, were seat- ed. The dinner was followed by a program with Rev. R. M. Quantz presiding. Mrs. D. S. Lamb gave a read- ing and a duet was sung by Mrs. William Barber and Miss Roberta Barber, both of Winni- Mr. Quantz extended his con- gratulations and good wishes. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson re- ceived congratulations from their two sons and four daugh- ters. The eldest son, Harold, lives at Claresholm. The other son, Bud of Calgary was in at- tendance. Telephone, calls were re- ceived from their sons-in-law and daughters: Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Clark, New Zealand; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ross, New West- minster, B.C.; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hollinger, Irma; and a daughter, Miss JoAnne Thomp- son of Edmonton. has reported that more side- walks have been laid this year than for many years. A total of lineal feet of sidewalks, curbs and gutter have been installed. A delegation of two citizens requested about 100 feet of side- walks be installed. The matter was referred to public works for a final decision. The town is making applica- tion for a street assistance grant from the federal govern- ment. Mrs. Rae Yamasaki, adminis- trator, said the town would qualify for about in grants under this program. This amount would be suffi-! cient to complete a couple of miles of streets. The second phase of the Krahn subdivision plan, pre- pared by the Oldman River Re- gional Planning Commission, was approved. WIN 18-1 NOBLEFORD (SpeciaD- Nobleford Little Leaguers are back on the winning way. They defeated Picture Buttc No. 1 by 18-1. Stan Sjogren pitched a no- hitter and had 13 strike-outs. His team backed him up with an ll-hit attack. R. Tokai had the loss. 327-2111 IS THE NUMBER OF THE STUDENT MANPOWER CENTRE WHfRE STUDENTS SHOULD REGISTER FOR EMPLOYMENT AND EMPLOYERS CAN HIRE STUDENTS. IT'S EASYI JUST CALL 327-2111 Paul Frank's Plumbing and Heating Ltd. Is pleased to announce that its present address is 159 -20th STREET NORTH, LETHBRIDGE Phone 328-5490 After Hours 328-8440 GEORGE TAKEYASU MANAGER BERT MAC'S Radio-TV Ltd. Has Moved to 708-3rd Avenue South PHONE 327-3232 Next Door to A. E. Croit Photography Debbie Ferguson honored at Carmangay shower CARMANC-AY (HNS) An afternoon shower in honor of Debbie Ferguson, bride elect, ,was held at the home of Beulah Hubka recently. A variety of contests and games were enjoyed. Rosella Hubka presented the bride-to-be with gifts and best wishes for the years ahead. Lunch was served. It included a nicely decorated cake made by Colleen Annable. Carpets covered by Miss Tatem and Mrs. Barbara Shultz NEW DAYTON Miss Mari- lyn Tatem, district home eco- nomist, and Mrs. Barbara Schultz talked about carpets and floor coverings at an after- noon meeting of the New Day- ton and District Women. It was held at the Stadium and lunch was served. Life membership for Robertson CRANBROOK (Special) George M. Robertson, former cily clerk, treasurer and asses- sor for Cranbrook, is being made a life member of the Mu- nicipal Officers Association of British Columbia at its annual meeting in Nelson this week. The minister of municipal- ities, James Lorrimer, will make the citation. Tax rale climbs two mills NOBLEFORD The village council has struck the mill rate for 1973 at 73 mills. Municipal stands at 27.3 (up 5.8 foundation program, 25.2 mills (down 2.7 county assessments, 13.9 mills (down 1 hospital, 3.6 mills; and health services, three mills. Fox pup ponders his field Mrs. Gordon (Lueinda) Luchia of Nobleford got with- in five feet of this little fox pup and managed to make a photograph without spooking him. It took her a week. Snaps fox pup By LUC1NDA LUCHTA Special Correspondent NOBLEFORD I finally snapped a photograph of a fox pirn! These wee fellows are very I--rd to get, as the click of the s-'iitter spooks them. I got within five feet of this liti'.e one after a week of work- ing in. They are terribly cute. We get meat scraps from the local store, to keep them away from our farm buildings, but they seem to sense man has beeen near the food. I think the animal discipline is really something, as they will sit and look at the food, but never touch it. The mother must come In at night, as in the morning the food is gene and they look very satisfied. It would be really interesting to find out how they act. And for menthol, get thegreen pack. WARNING; The Department of National Health and Welfare advises that danger to health increases with amount smoked. ;