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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Ttiurllloy, 57, W3 THE Kikomun Creek park NATAL (HNS) Tile estab- lishment of Kikomun Creek Provincial Park on 11 ic cast side of tlie now-filling Libby Heservoir on the Koolenay River has been announced by the Hon. W. K. Kicrnan, min- ister of recreation and conser- vation. The now park has an area oi acres with frontage on the reservoir and on Surveyor's Lake. Access is by way of Jaf- fray, eight miles north OD High- way 3. Work commenced last year on the development of beach frontage on the reservoir. It will provide swimming and sunbathing ureas. A boat launching ramp as well as other day-use facilities are planned on the reservoir. A campground is under con- struction near Surveyors' Lake. It is expected this 50-unit fa- cility and the day-use area be ready by summer, 1073. When development of Kiko- mun Creek Provincial Park is completed next year it will fur- ther enhance the Libby Reser- Child Clinics Set Sports field development is under way COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Heavy equipment is being used lo level off the grounds east ol the Crowsnest Pass High School where the school division having a track and field sports grounds built. Tlie area will be used for a school athletic program. It will include a regulation-size track within which will be a football .field. Provision is also beinp made for other track events such as high jumping, pole vaulting, broad jump, shot pu; and other events. A soflball and baseball field is also being included. There will be a nine-hole golf course Drain Brothers of Blah-more Is doing the levelling. Top soi will be spread and the grounds seeded. It is expected thi grounds will be in use ncx spring. COALDALE T he Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and prc- chool clinics: PICTUHE BUTTE: Tuesday, une 27, in the Picture Butte .igh. School from 10 a.m. to 12 con and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, June 27, in le Health Unit Office in the Build ing, from 0 a.m. to 1? noon and lo p.m. NOBLE FORD: Wednesday, une 28, in the school from o p.m. V A U X11 ALL: Wednesday, une 28, in the elementary chool from 10 a.m. lo 12 noon .nd 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, June 9, in the Health Unit Office upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABEEl: Thursday, June 29, n the Health Unit Office in the dministralion Build i B g, from 0 a.m. lo 12 noon and lo 4 i.m. For Social Service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- 5388; and Taber 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medical ifficer of health, urges parents o ensure their children are ful- y protected against contagious iiscase and loolh decay. Infor- nalion on venereal disease, a mounling health problem, is ful- y confidential. RODEO FINALS ALBERTA HIGH SCHOOL RODEO ASSN. Sunday, June 25 PINCHER CREEK AGRICULTURAL GROUNDS 1st go 9 a.m. Finals 2 p.m. Advance Tickets RODEO CLUB MEMBERS Adults Students 75e DOOR PRIZf FOR ADVANCE 7ICK57S at Gate Adults Students SUPPORT HIGH SCHOO'. RODEO 1IMMD 3 CYCLE THROUGH FOREMOST John Hurley, left, Barbara Schelar and Judy Towns- end, all of Iowa City, Iowa, recently stoppsd over to enjoy some Foremost hospitality. They are cycling from Havre, Mont., to California via Banff and Vancouver. They ride about 50 miles a day. Tagg Photo Mrs. McGillivray honored in prelude lo July wedding COALDALE (HNS) A com- munity shower was held recent- ly in honor of bride-elect Miss Anne-Marie McGillivray. It was held in the Coaldale United Church Hall. About G5 friends attended. Assisting as hostesses of the event were Mrs. Francis Camp- bell, Mrs. Rae Mrs. Jack Bond, Mrs. Robert Harris and Mrs. Earl Foxall. Assisting the bride-elect in the Cartoon Bug Send your car loom The tethbridge Herald, of Mrs. Helen Kovacs, Bex 610, LeHibrldge, Alberta. Andrvw LtTYtrl LovcH votk here gtres look ol flat. el; Illation, vciy com- tmndaMe approach to I he solid "outline11 cartoon a p proiich The ther 1 re h- Mliercin lways This of ti took of ennl our of Bellevue-Hillcrest oltltimers open meeting room on June 28 BELLEVUE (CNP Tlie official opening of the Bellevue llillcrest Senior'Cit- izens meeting room will be held Wednesday, June 28. It will start at 1 p.m. A group of Lethbridge stu- dents is taking part in the en- tertainment. Officials of the vil- lage will also be present. The new quarters are located in the former Cousins store on the Bellevue main street. The interior has been redecorated. It was done by seven young lo- Croivsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Yernon Decoux, Resident Rep., BlaTrmore Phona 562-2149 NOTICE PROPERTY OWNERS WATERTON SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 4233 AND I.D. No. 4 A General Assessment of all land, private homes, commercial and businesses will be undertaken by members of ihe Assessment Department of Municipal Affairs, Province of Al- in the near future for taxallon purposes la 1973. The Board of Trustees ask for your co-operoMon In allowing Ihe Assessors to obtain the information they require, ond access lo your ha me as well os outside as is necessary, You have the privilege of asking for identifica- tion cards should you so desire. SECRETARY TREASURER, WATERTON SCHOOL DISTRICT, NO. 4233 :al people working under Miss Monica Ullman in the Oppor- unity for Youth program. Burns hand in explosion oi sawdust BARNWELL (HNS) While vorking with the Taber school division maintenance and paini- ng crew at the Vauxhall School, Waller Grigor suffered severe burns to three fingers of lis right hand during cleaning- up operations. The crew had just finished sanding the gym floor and was taking the drums of dust and sandings to be dumped in a pile to be burned. There was just a small rib- bon of smoke coming from the pile when they dumped the last of the sandings on. When Mr. Grigor emptied his container the pile exploded and burned his right hand. Nimsick nomination assured CRANBROOK Kootenay NDP Association wil" nominate its candidate hen Saturday, June L. T. Nimsick, dean of thi legislature in his 24th consecu tivc year as member, says hi hat is in the ring. All 12 members of the opposi tion are scheduled to attend th 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. open caucus at the KP Hall. Nominee will be fourth de- clared candidate for Kootena> The Progressive Conservative have named Ron Powell; ready established in committe Liberals have named Bud Cal( well; and Social Credit ha named pastor David Reeves o Kimberley. More district on page 25 COUNTRY NEWS These Are The IctWnidge Herald Correspondents in Your Area CLARE5HOLM PAUL ANDERSEN....................P.O. Box 241 COUTTS MRS. AllCE HACKE General Delivery COALDAIE MRS. PirlR TYMBURSKI................. Box 160S ENCHANT MRS. MARGARET DORCHAK P.O. Box 1852 BARONS MRS. JUNE COWIE P.O. Box 231 CROWSNEST PASS VERN DECOUX General Delivery Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising veiling the many gifts present- d to her were Miss Shirley artens, Mrs. Valerie Munton, iss Carolyn Janz and Mrs. hirley Medve, sister-iii-law-to- She also recorded the gifts For entertainment Miss Jean raham played piano sclec- ons. A contest was enjoyed. Pot-luck lunch was served. Miss McGillivray will become he bride of Alan Sera at the here July 8. YOIC at at (HNS) 1 r 1 s, Margaret Thompson PIKCIIER CKliliK wore held at tlie The chamber of School Rodney Sikora; will sponsor an election Scibel performed the vrchidc music and opening Social behavior: Girlsh K 1 today for the civic by elect ion were by Principal Pam Wednesday, June Joe Fletcher; Zan The byelcclion is being attendance to ECICCT, a mayor ana v.'ent to Lorraine, i u 5 or to fill the vacancies created iy the resignation of Krxlncy Sikora; Deanna and Judy Myson; Bonnie and Danny awards were won by Anclrcckson and Gary Arthur Ames and Sue Anderson Mozalcwskt played Bradford Sawyer. The Kathleen Connor Awards will run until the general Row and E. Allen introduced ion in October, 9 The Eime of the forum is 8 o'clock tonight in the liatl meeting Mcndenhall Awards went o Shelley Fleming and Bryan Fletcher; Bcvcrley Row and Rodney Wiley presented the graduates with their diplomas. President of the and Mrs. Otto Joe Fletcher their awards as to the Calls Rauhala won CRANBROOK Candian Legion With its own staff civil FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO neer Arthur Jones to construction, Cranbrook school joard is calling trades tenders or the four-room Gordon POINTS 1 3 ace primary Last December school YOUR ;rict ratepayers approved plants expenditure and this is the third major item aL estimated to be BAGS Slylo and safe handling fit the description of these fine quality tn i It will accommodate kindergarten-goers and primary children of the South Hill and z DIPLOMAT SIR BAG Reg. 34.95 Top grain cowhide construct ion for all SLR'i and small St. DELUXE SLR BAG Reg. A former Cranbrook SLR bag for camera and B ruce Willi ams of PcnLic INSTAMATIC BAG Reg. and Kenya, has been principal. Largest Item from the SAVINGS GALORE ON THESE AND OTHERS IN 1 erendum is the Murie Baxter Elementary I doubling classrooms to 1C, EXPIRES 30, adding library and gym, which is under way. Third major item is the u. erry Ian a VI cnce, home economics and in dustrial arts addition at 3rd Ave. S., 327-2673, Z FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO Some strange things happen on the way to a tough car. The Corona 2 litre Some reasons why tlie Corona 2 litre is so tough: Unit body construction. 2 litre overhead cam 110 engine. Heavy duty .Mispfension..Heavy duty battery and starter motor. Heavy duty heater. Power assisted front disc brakes. And it comes with all its limirv extras a I no extra cost. TOYOTA Toyota cars arc sold and serviced from coast to coast in Canada and throughout the world. Suggested retail price Corona 2-door Hardtop Illustrated Corona 4-door Sedan Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Montreal and Moactcm; local freight, licence and provincial tax extra. I TABER LETHBRIDGE ICARDSTON mVER I TABER Toyota Travel Centre Son Toyota I Madge Equipment Lfd.lKenway Toyota Box 1202 Coulti Highway I I Ifinr inns Tel 327-3105, 327-371) I Box 760 Tel, Box J99 Tel. 647-3838, DOIC luua 223-3434 ;