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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Psychiatrist needed to head team Meat plant Menial health clinic groivs stalled CRANBROOK Special I and put the Health Unit Build1 Treatment is through referral threequarters completion professional staff in Michael now a prac tising psychologist in joins the staff East Kootenay CII1IA spear headed a drive toward estab lishing its own public mental health unit for East CMHA was toW by the de partment of health east Koote nay would have its own service when it could provide proper and the branch led a public campaign to construct psy fourmember mental health Except for staff psychologist for a few terminated by his unit staff has been James psychiatric social and Alex Pat mental require files kept including those adults j requuing only a few inteivicns j toward securing the needed This skeleton staff makes a major s e i v i c e of its series The department still has not found a psychiatrist as team Brown and ONeill currently 134 health j oup Discussions on problem family relationships at any East Kootenay point where a group wishes to establish such ses Participants have found these helpful in both Cranbrook and PO clock says but time running out 2 weeks TABER ILNS Approval of the erection of a meat dressing plant on propel ty east J V of Taber Auction stalli ed for at least two moic weeks j when town council suggested applicant Joe Klemen find a less central Represented at the meeting by his Klemen assured the council that the industry would be under rigid Smells from the killing floor would be Taberi municipal plan n i n g i had found the land in question suitably zoned for the industry and had given its Council feared an adverse ef fect on neighboring industries including the sugar Three readings were given to a sewer maintenance tax by It provides for a 10 cents per frontage foot tax for futuie replacement of sewer mains I March 1971 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Passwords By NANCY MILES Special Correspondent CRAABROOK Though common sense a bridge winners ETZIKOM HNS Top prizes in whist went to Hilmer Katiel Halvorson and Lylo Hollmgsworth with Harry Dot Hobbs and Frank Saurer taking In the bridge section high scores went to Delbert Helen Kraft and Bill Brown of Medicine Hat while consola tions went to John Jean Thompson and Frank pang of regret is registering among longtime residents over the imminent death of the 50 yearold post office building at city 10th and Bak er Crown Assets put the mellow granite trimmed build ing up for got no and now it has been bought at more realistic pricing by Mac Bcattie Noble pioneer located in the same block for 60 Various proposals to convert it into library or what ever was Its location is ideal but its access is a halfdozen granite slab steps with wrought iron rails handicapping its useful ness The four face clock which has optional hourly toll is so entrenched in old time habit citizens still uncon sciously glance regularly at its unchanged in Donald com pany pharmacist and general has offered tho clock to any MacDonald reports plans for the building they hope to start there by late summer are awaiting potential and building size will depend on this response for one or two upper The firm itself will occupy the main and the new building must conform with the bylaw required ratio of off street parking space to building floor space in commercial Tenders have already been in vited for the P Johnson Photo CASSON TOP SCORER Picture Butte E women Pincher Creek Jeanne Casscn was clossy in the netting 11 points for the Buite gals Each now that the original sewer dej team has won a Final test is tonight at Fort Mac bentures1 are being paid up I Its provincial intermediate class B basketball Babysitters graduate from safety council course New committees NATAL HNS At a inH of the board of trustees Fernie school en r man Jack Pidgeon announced board committees for 1971 Committees and membci s are maintenance and school rentals liot enia and Salary agreements and pol icy E McDonald and D Ungaro Finance and insmance L 0 Kenzie and Transportation E Musil and J adult education and scholarships D Mc Bevilacqua and F Health and dental Mc Ungaro and Bet Bake sale set EareaM The Bkiirmorc Cath Womens set March 27 as the late for uV annual spring bake sale The event will be leld in Sears Mail Older of fice fiom 10 am to 3 w All proceeds from the aie lo be turned to the Di and Peace piogram ishaie The members again can uss Blairmore for the annual Red Cross Dnve for lie1 ijuola this j ear has been set at The cleaning wmk bee lias been set for Tuesday April Attendance prize was by Theresa View films By MARY TYMBURSKI Herald News Service COALDALE Resusci An nie a lifesized was used by students to learn mouth to mouth resuscitation methods at the Kmette Clubs Alberta Safety Council b a b y sitting course It consisted of six The first was on ethics of The importance of NANCY GREENERS Castle is a big name in the Nancy Greene Ski League in southern for recently members the zone championship at Norquay at Points were calculated on the 10 best times of 13 racers eligible to compete for each There were 72 racers on six The local team placed as follows Doug first for the second consecutive year Milton Allred 5 Shannon Murphy 9 Brian Wright 13 Eileen Erlandson 15 Greg Kuipers 20 Winton Bortenianger 24 AAalcolm Main 30 Bruce Warren 33 Alex Lock this team won by 106 points ahead of the next best accumulated Fritz Bortenianger is Tom Willock shows slides he seriousness of their job and j he great responsibility they In the second lesson they learned child The importance of keeping calnr in an emergency was em In the first aid lesson the class was instructed to treat only minor injuries and to call doctor and parents for ser ious A wide range of emergencies were The lesson on fire safety in cluded a lecture and cartoons to stress what to do in the case of The fifth lesson was on Directors were Glenn Perry and Jack Members of the club gave some George Coaldale fire presented the lessons on ire safety and first Successful students were Wanda Debbie Annemarie Ellen Rose Gail Peggy Bar bara Beverly El frieda Brigitte j Elvina Caroline Delynn Harriso Tammy Jo Ann Hru Doiothy K a v a Mary Rosahnde Rose Lillian Anne hse and H e n n v Carol Luanne Cindy Debbie COLEMAN Bureau Coleman Junior Forest War Baud and music1 dens were treated to conserva McKenzie and Musil i tion and forestry films by Greg Emergent management J Stevens of the Alberta Forest Mei Service in the Coleman Cathc Kenzie and E id Hall being a reliable baby sitter was j Irene Monica I Pamela Katherine They were impressed with i Vcslskc and Cathy Wlm The following girls were under 12 so were not able to j graduate although they listen ed to the lectures and wrote tho Roxane Deanne Haidec Margaret Diane Tym burski and Marion TOWN OF COALDALE Notice of ANNUAL MEETING March 1971 at 8 In the KATE ANDREWS HIGH SCHOOL FINAL WEEK MILK RIVER The Gold Springs ACTS Mens Club met recently in the basement on CAPITOLS SPECIAL FURNITURE SHOW and SALE COMMENCING March Sharp Check Our Ad in Wednesdays Herald of Pauls United Church here with 27 men in attendance Business uas conducted b the Glen and the was giveji by Ray Cleland Mrs Irene Welsh and Mrs Alice Cleland served the turkey supper on behalf of the Tom presented slides on wildlife He gave a teresting and informative falk in conjunction with the Three Permits UNS The tmvn planning commission rc poits there no applications for building permits in January In February there were three Value of the construc tion a home to cost home additions to cost STREET LETHBRIDGE PHONE 3278578 ONK nrs TADKR HNS One of three school buses being offer ed for snlo by Taber school diuson tins been bringing The other pn on sale ISchool i i 1 building j okayed KTMBERLEY Special Kimberley school district rate payers supported a money law icccntly nearly 70 per cent for expenditure of on Sixty per cent approval was minimum requirement for this first money bylaw for schools in three Heading expenditures is a throe classroom addition to Lindsay Park Elementary School at Kimberleys highest level uith new office space and covered play Other items are roof repairs at Marysville Elementary in South Wat 1 kins Elementary in Cent r a 1 and McKun Junior heating and plant alterations where To control insect pests CLARESHOLM HNS Tho town of Claresholm is planning an extenshe insecti cide spraung program this year to control mosquitoes and flys using malathion and other organcphosphorus insecticides of low Rene utility su lias completed a course in pest control and has divided the town into five areas for a systematic attack in the early Abate 5C cap sules will be put into any ponds where larvae and pupae could Low places in the town will be filled in where possible to cut down the breeding places and ditches will also be drain ed where OF OUR NEW LOCATION 323 5th Street South Due to ihe tremendous success and re sponse by the women of Lethbridge and we are proud to announce the opening of our new where we have larger facilities to accommodate all the women who have enquired and we have been1 unable to accommodate be cause of our limited Call 3274582 I lost 18 csd 18 indies In 17 visits to Canadian Womens Figure and Reducing Clinic and Im still losing Read whal Mrs Germaine before and after visits to the fabulous CANADIAN WOMENS FIGURE AND REDUCING H could happen to you After only a short period of ond by following their recom mended program ond 1 have lost 18 pounds plus 18 inches in only 17 visits and would not hesitate to recommend this clinic plan to Signed JGERMAIN LACROIX Irrigation Equipment RainbirdBuckner and Raintrol Sprinklers Dont start the season with worn out sprinkler trade for new tradein allowed for limited time BEFORE BUYING YOUR SPRINKLER IRRIGATION CHECK MAJORS ATTRACTIVE PRICES We use the best ALCAN aluminum tubing Major Irrigation 2125 2nd Avenue South PHONES 3275525 CALL NOW SPECIAL GRAND OPENING OFFER Complete 4 Month Plan As Low As PER GUAF IF YOU t 12 You Con B 14 You Con B 16 You Con You have nothing to lose but weight IRE A SIZE DIIIC CHECK THESE 10 By April 17 PLUS OTHER FEATURES 12 Bv April 19 N0 CONTRACT TO SIGN By Apr IV Personal Supervision by Export 12 By April 24 Womcn 18 You Can By April 24 N0 Crosh 20 You Con By Moy 9 0 No Slronuous 22 You Con By Moy 9 rmronmg W A 323 5th Street South Phone 3274582 ;