Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 15, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
g THE IFTHBRIDGE HERAID Thursday, 15, Aid hospital NATAL (HNS) The Ladies Auxiliary to Hie Michel-Natal District Hospital recently pur- chased a baby scale for Hie inc- ubalor; a spare folding cot with mattress for the maternity wing; two new beds complete with safety sides and Intraven- ous poles; safely sides for two beds and spare side; two over- bed tables; six hospital lamps and three mattresses. Some of the funds were raised a year ago during the hospital auxiliary walkathon. ..r Roundup of Examine FORT MACLEOD (HNS) The Chinook Health Uiu't re- ports that last year chil- dren were examined and re- ceived a dental prophylaxis. The dental program was di- vided into two parls: During the summer program appoint- ments were made in advance and children were brought in ATTENTION ALL PARENTS WOULD YOU like to deepen your understanding of drug use and drug obuse in our society? WOULD YOU like to become more aware of some of the subtle pressures exerted by advertising whicli encourages drug abuse? IF SO the Alberta Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Commfssion and Red Eye would like Jo suggest thai yoi> ATTEND A LECTURE to be given by MR. JAN SKIRROW, P. Eng. Supervisor of Education and Community Services with the Alberta Alcoholism and Drug Abuta Commiiiion, Calgary. Thursday, June 15 7.30 p.m. Kate Andrews Lecture Theatre (Room 7) 1ETHBRIDGE COMMUNITY COILEGE TOPIC: "Prescription Drugs and Society" THIS IS THE FIRST OF A SERIES OF LECTURES ON'DRUG USE AND DRUG ABUSE TO BE OFFERED TO THE PUBIIC DURIKO THE SUMMER. by their parents, who then had the opportunity of seeing them receive the prophylaxis. It gave he dental personnel the oppor- limily of discussing the chil- dren's problems with the par- ents; the second part, the school program, Included a den- tal prophylaxis aud fluorides on Grade 5 pupils. A small survey of 'dental .lealth and needs of senior citi- zens was taken. The majority were found to have dentures which had seldom if ever been checked or replaced. Most ex- pressed appreciation at having :lieir dentures cleaned. Another aspect which has been proven to reduce caries Icavitics) is that of adding fluoride to municipal water supplied. Pincher Creek has had fluo- ride in the water for three years and the Town of Blair- more voted last summer to fluoridate its water. The water in Uie Slavery area contains natural fluorides. If fluoride is not present in the drinking waler, then the diet can he sup- plemented by drops or pills. A iolal of 251 bottles of fluoride tablels and 129 bottles of flu- oride drops were dispensed last year. Lyon wins NOBLEFORD (Special) Enthusiastic golfers took part in the Keho Park Golf Club's annual tournament. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental MecSor.lt Cnpilol Furnlrun PHONE 328-7r3S4Mi Terry Lyon of Pinchor Creek won the championship [Light, with Richard Deimuth of Nob- leford runner-up. First flight: Al Takasaki, Lethbridge, over G. Aired, Pin- eher Creek. Second flight: W. McGrath, Lethbridgo, over L. Frascr, Barons. Third flight: W. Miller, Bar- bus, over D. Peterson, Enchant. Fourth flight: R. Coivie, Bar- ons over L. Johnson, Leth- bridge. uEijjEi Fifth flight: L. Schille, Cal- gary over M. Wobick, Barons. Sixth fb'ght: A. Zanoni, Nob- leford over L. Miller, Barons. Seventh flight: H. Culforth, Barons over A. Deimuth, Turin. Eighth night: (medal play) Kevin Lucliia Glen Pet- ers and George Todd all of Noblcford. Mrs. L. Scliille of Calgary won the Women's Champion- ship with Mrs. F. Miller of Barons the runner-up. STARS IN MEET Caro- lyn Sjogren of Noblcford wears the gold tnedal she won In the banlam girls' di- vision of the recent County of Lethbridge track meet at Coaldale. One of the top stars m the meet, she scored two firsts, a third and a fourth in the bantam division. Derek Shearer hooks smallest fish at derby PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) The Picture Bulte Fish and Game Club sponsored a "kids fishing day" recently at Wil- liams Lake. liill Vogt was in charge. It was the best ever, with a cood attendance of familic" First lisn caught, Garry Heinonen; smallest fish, De- rek Shearer; biggest fish, Frankie Lee; most caughl, Bobby Davies; most fish caught by a family, the Smiid family. A predator hunt was also held. Several were shot, includ- ing a coyote. Winners: Ricky Smud; Bob- by Davies; and Tony Mrak. Topics at the last meeting be- fore the summer recess: Trap- shooting range; Letho Dam; another family fishing event; and a proposal to display the various trophies now on hand Fly-in Sunday FORT MACLEOD fSpecial) The Fort Macleod Flying Club is holding a fly-in Sunday, June 18. The fly past will take place at 1 p.m. Planes from the local club and Ihe Lclhbridge Flying Club will land at the airport and take passengers for 15-mlnute flights. Close loopholes TABER (HNS) Town coun- cil has directed that bylaw controlling hours of business be amended to close loopholes. The amendments are to be presented lo the council meet- ing June 26 for implementation. A TIME FOR FORMAIS Modelling formal gowns al Iho recent To Everything Is a Season fashion iriow at Coaldale are, from left, Debbie Fujila, Alvina Thiessen, Lee Ann Wighl, Marvel Harrison and Ingrid Frouws. Wight Fashion show delights audience COALDALF, (HNS) To The home economics cooking Everything There is a Season clashes tif Miss Kmily String- was the theme of Hie recent ham made and served lunch, fashion show held in Kate An- drews High School and staged by tiic Grades 9 lo 12 home eco- omics classes instructed by trs. A. F. (Ruth) Blakie. Clothes lo fit every season, lood and occasion were modet- :d by students who had sewn icm during Ihe last semester. The girls modelled skirts, douses, hoi pants, pants, dress- is of all lengths and beautiful ormals. The stage scenery1 nr- anged (o fit the season or oc- casion in which the outfit would worn. IMPORTANT MESSAGE ABOUT YOUR ACREAGE, FARM, SUMMER COTTAGE OR COUNTRY HOME! LATEBI Mow's the time to call AGT about phone service to your "place in the All new out-of-town phone lines are under- ground cable which must be buried before the winter season. So, we must plan well ahead to give you service this year. Don't delay! Call AGT Now about country telephone service! And tell them when you'll need it. CALL YOUR LOCAL AGT BUSINESS OFFICE IN LETHBRIDGE AT 328-5551 ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES CAPICD PRKSS Shiron Ralrd mwlrli ft raped drrii In two printed dttlgni. ENSEMBLE A malcHnjf punts and coat ensemble fs modelled by I.In da Hoiilton. High school rodeo -finals June 25 PINCHES CREEK (Special) The Alberti. High School Ro- deo Association will hold Us ro- deo finals here at the agricul- ture grounds Sunday, June 25. The first event will be at a.m. with the finals al 2 p.m The top six contestants ii each event from all high school rodeos will compete for Ihe op- portunity to travel to Denver, Col., to compete in the national high school finals Aug. 1 to 0 There will be saddle bronc riding, bareback bronc, bill riding, barrel racing, cutting and calf roping. Advance tickets are on sale from any rodeo club member. Final concert MILK RIVER Recently the Erie Rivers combiner, bands and women's chorus presented the final concert o Ihe season in Ihe Erie Rivers High School auditorium. This was the final appear ance as concertmaster of Mr Hendrickson. He is moving on to a position in a larger com munity. Ed Eugivcr acquitted TABKR (HNS) Provincial Judge A. 11. Klford has dli- missed charges laid by Town of Tabcr against Tabcr Five Cents In >1 ,td. for alleged contravention o[ the town's bylaw regulating lours ol business by remaining open for business until 0 p.m. April 29. Proprietor Ed was charged with h.iving contraven- ed (he bylaw also on May May 13 and May 20 First of Ihe charges was heard In magistrate's court here earlier with Judgment re- served. In dismissing the charge, Judge F.Kord said Iho bylaw did not prohibit shops from re- maining open aflcr Ihe 6 p m. specified but merely permits them to remain open until 6 p.m.. which they could do with- out (he bylaw. Mr. Elford noted also lhat novelty stores, as the Fngwer store is classified, arc not spe- cifically mentioned in Ihe by- taw's "exhaustive list" in sched- ule A of businesses covered by the regulatory documnet. The argument of lown solici- tor I-aurcncc Higa lhat a "bus- iness simitar in character to (hose listed" could be included in the list was found without support because the criteria for decision as lo "similar In char- aclcr" was not spelled out in the bylaw. Subsequent charges lair] on three successive Saturdays were withdrawn from Ihe dock- et by Mr. Higa. The defendant was represent- ed in the hearing by lawyer L. D. Mclxsan. Further action by town coun- cil lo amend the bylaw to meet its initial intent that specified shops must close at 6 p.m. will he determined at the next meet- ing of council. Golfers gather al Wliile Fish RAYMOND (HNS) F. H. Turner of Tabcr was the top golfer among enthusiasts who play annually at White Fish, Mont. Mr- Turner won the challenge trophy for 1972, a memorial trophy for the lats Evan Bush) Sabey, charter member of the group. Once a year these nriginally from Raymond, meet at Fish for an annual golf holiday. F. H. Turner, Taber; L. A. Wood, Vancouver, B.C.; Win- ston Shaw, Calgary; Dean Ben- nett and Lee llarker, Lelh- hridgc; LeRoi Stone, Salt Lake, Utah; S. W .King and William Fairbanks, Raymond Uu trip this year.