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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta .Friday, March 10, 1971 THE tEIHBRIDGE HERALD 3 ''jjfete. El wood Ferguson Photo EASTERN IRRIGATION DISTRICT AND VAUXHALL JUDO CLUBS DREW THIS ARMY OF JUDO COMPETITORS TO THEIR RECENT ONE-DAY TOURNEY 180 take part in judo tourney By TAT POWERS Herald News Service Greg Scnda won the lightweight title while Dave Potter won the heavyweight. Grcig Wheeler bested Byron Tcmplcton in tile lightweight of Ihe senior competition. Joe Mcli won the middle- weight title. The one-day competition was sponsored by the Eastern Irri- gation District Jiido Club and the Vauxhall Judo Club. They came from Hanna; Mount Royal College, Calgary; Calgary Y; Hire's Judo Club, Calgary; Rcadymade; Picture Y Judo Clubs and the University of Alberta. The Vauxhall Judo Club, which meets with Dick Moto- kada, president, Monday nights at the Vauxhall High School, supplied 26 compclitors. Thirty Ihree came from the BID club. Local instructors are prccl- j ucls of Japan. I There were no injuries. mentally 111 Opportunities for youth programs get go-ahead TABER Second] and third Opportunities for i Youth prcgrains have re- ceived endorsement of the tovni council, and a fourth is on the books. Hoop tips for coaches Saturday COALDALE (HNS) A bas- ketball roaches' clinic for coaches in Grades f) and 6 and junior high school will he held at 1 p.m. Saturday in the R. I. Baker School here. Terry O'Donnell, physical ed- ucation teacher, is clinic direc- tor. The south county regional recreation board spurred the event. Gideons JJible story sol for Sunday COALDALE (HNS) Leon- ard Crimp of Toronto, interna- tional representative of the Gideons Bible Society, will speak at tlie II a.m. worship Sunday at the C'oaldale United Church. The St. Andrew's Bell Choir of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Lethbridge, directed by Miss Kathy Webster, will sing. The public is incited to at- tend. Approved by the council was a job placement project to be undertaken by four youth headed by Rodney Cough. They will operate a job placement project for transient workers. Headquarters will be the for- mer town office building for which a rental of per month will be paid by the placement business. approved was a town survey to be made by a group of girls under the direction ol Miss Judy Bigelow. The sur- vey will provide information as to health needs, employment requirements, and other useful data to be obtained during a house to house canvass. Coming up is a day camp Motor hotel mystery grows CRANIJROOK (Special) Mystery of the two-year-old steel .skeleton of a motor hotel, on which work suspended sud- denly in spring, 1070 has been probed in a preliminary hear- ing at Calgary, A Cranbrook architecture firm took out the building per- mit in February, to an estimated The Region- al District of Knst Kootenay is- sued (he permit. Concrete footings were pour- ed in fall of and three storeys of steel were erected llic following .spring. Then the piojci'i was abruptly ended and work stopped. Tamarack I tins Ltd. presi- dent Donald Edward Hill has testified in a preliminary hear- ing at Calgary. A mortgage firm faces a fraud charge. program for which arrange- ments are now being com- plete d. Already approved is a project to improve Scout Island to make it more .suitable for camping and other activities. Venturers receive crests IKON SPRINGS (HNS) Iron Springs Cubs and Ventur- ers held their annual father and son banquet in the Huntsville Child Clinics Set GRAND OPENING MARILYN'S HAIR STYLES Ph. 345-4661 COALDALE Make Your Appointment Durfng Our Grand Opening EVERYONE WELCOME! COALDALE The Barons- Eurcka Unit is sponsor- ing I h c following infant and pre-school clinics: HAYS; Tuesday, March 14, in (he school from 1 to 3 p.m. IMCTUJU3 I1UTTE: Tuesday, March 14, in the Picture BuUe High School from 10 a.m. lo 12 i noon and I to ,1 p.m. TABKR: Tuesday, March 14, in the licaith unit office in (lie a ri ministration building, from i 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to j 4 p.m. COALDALE: T h u r s d a y, March in tlie health unit of- fice (upstairs in the town office building l from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TAB EH: Thursday, March 1G, in the health unit office ir. t h e administration building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. HAKDIRYILUC: Friday, March 17. in the school from to p.m. Fluoride t arc a vaiL- able at all clinics free of charge. For social service appoint' i monts telephone: Coaldale 345- I 33B8; Tabcr 223-3911. i Dr. G. H. C. Palmer, mcd- j ical officer of health, urges pa- tients to ensure their children are fully protected against con- tagious disease and tooth de- ca v. School auditorium recently with an attendance of BG. James Fonnan, David Oliver and Edward Jorgensen, repre- sent ing the Wcs twin d Council; Venturer leader Fletcher Ras- kin; Cub leader James Asplund; and members of the group com- mittee attended. A program featuring novelty numbers was presented by the Iron Springs CUDS under the di- rection of Mr. Asplund. Crests were presented by the president of the Iron Springs Venturers, John Jorgenson, to six members, Ken Bulva, Pat- rick Soi'gard, Wade Richardson, Len Ragan, Jim Ragan and Brian Osaka. Mr. Baskin payed tribute to John Vandenbrcok, Harold Schneider, Wilfred Alexander, Edward Reiter, Paul Sauer and Mr. and Mrs. D. Erno for their assistance during the past year. A vote of thanks ivas extend- ed to the group leaders by A. Sauer. Presentations were made to K. Hudson for three years' ser- vice with the group committee; Ali-s. A. Jorgensen for six years1 service with tlie group commit- tee; Mrs. A. Sauer for three years' service; and A. Sauer for two years1 service in this capacity. The evening concluded with an auction sale of baking which realized more than Auctioneers were W. Alexan- der and R. Keiler. Plans were aiso made for a dance to be held April H. ISy IliM'alii Ntiu's St-rvLce RAYMOND Dorothy Hir- sche of the Raymond Health Unit of the County of Warner recently told the Women's Aux- iliary to the Raymond Munici- pal Hospital about the inten- sive study being made at Ibe present time to into the health program more Iwmo care and less institutional care for (lie mental disturbed. She spoke of the need for the full co-operation of parents and those concerned in being vigil- ant to keep contagious diseases under control. Mrs. Hirsche touched on a new health role being developed in Hie United States known as he "nurses practitioner." The nurse engaged in this ork has special training to aid IB doctor in much of the pre- liminary work with the patient; most of llic house calls are made by the nurse. This frees tlie doctor for more import an! services. Mrs, Hirsche recalled briefly the hisEory of tlie Counly of Warner Health Unit organiza- tion. It dates back to Septem- ber, FLOWER POWEU A stylized drawing of a wild rose, Alberta's provincial flower, will be used as the ap- proval sign g.ven the province's hotels and molels inspected and approved by the Alberta Travel Bureau. Home of tine Brazier foods FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SPECIAL! 0 BRAZEER BURGER FRENCH FRIES MiLK SriAKE of MOVOU) 'March IOth llth) NORTH STORE LOCATION ONLY! The Warner II e a t h Unit serves the county area includ- ing Raymond, Stirling, ivew Dayton. Milk River and Wren- tham. There are two health of- fices, bead office at Raymond, Mrs. Hirsche, and the sub-of- fice at Warner, Kathleen Cro- teau, RN. The medical officer of health i is Dr. A. A. Byrne and the pub- lie health inspector is J. H. j Totter. The work of the health unit involves an immunization pro- gram with complete records. A major portion of the health program is health education at schools. Mrs. Hirsche told her audi- ence about problems that are coming with Uie increased of drugs. TALLY SURPLUS VULCAN The Town of Vul- can's financial statement for (he year ended Dec. 31, 1971, shows that (tie town ended the year with a surplus of on revenue totalling and expenditures of IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The annual congregational meeting of the Iron Springs: United Church was held recent- ly with Rev. Cliff Parks as chairman of the meeting. Cyril .N'obie and Clure Oliver represented tiie Iron Springs United Church at the Chinook Co-operative Parish during the past year. A coordinating cour- cil was formed which is operat- ing satisfactorily. Mrs. C. Miller gave a report I on the operation of the Sunday School for the past year. She 'was assisted by Mrs. Baskin and Miss Marcia Noble. A report was also submitted on the Venturers, a group of i toys between the ages of 13 j and 19 years who are under j the leadership of Fletcher Bas-! kin, and also a report on the j cubs, a group of junior boys I who are supervised by James' Asplund. A comprehensive report was given of the work done by the Iron Springs UCW group dur- ing the year and a financial report was also submitted. Named to the session of Ilia Iron Springs United Church were Edward Jorgensen. Mrs. W. Dalgliesb. Mrs. 13. D. Keller find C. Dickout. Named to the hoard of stewards for three- year terms were F. Baskin, L. k. Haney. E. 11. Rciter, T. C. Noble. A. B. B. Moore. Ihe modera- tor of the United Church of Canada. will visit several points in southern Alberta dur- ing March and on April ]fl, UCAfR will meet in the Exhibi- tion Building in Lethbridge at which time Dr. Forrest, the Editor of Ihe Observers-ill be the guest speaker. FILMS SHOWS STIRLING (HNS) Films of their African safari were shown by Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Mueller of Wrentham at a sleak dinner snd social, spon- sored by the Eiders of the Mor- mon Church at Stirling. PINCHER CREEK SNOWMOBILE RACES at BUCKHORN GUEST RANCH 17 miles west on West Cuslto Read MARCH lllh and 12lh Registration by a.m. Racing o( 15 Noon For information phone 627-4134 or 627-3904 ThKWorldV.UadingjntertiationalBeer we blend And brew only llic finest ingredients...with patience...with bring out all their flavour. Then we give the brew more time in our cool, quiet cellars so that Black Label slowly matures to perfection. If you like a beer with flavour, try a Black Label ...enjoy the full flavour that is conquering thirsts all over the world. Carling Black Label- sold ami cnjovcd in over (io countries around the globe. THE CARUNG BREWERIES IAIBERTA) UMIJfU ;