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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 26, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, March It, 1973 THE ICTHBRIDGE HERALD 9 Meals roll to -shut-ins at Cranbrook CRANBROOK May 31 LIP grant termination date Hearing, the Cranbrook Business and Professional Women are ready to start delivering to 15 persons daily late afternoon meals on wheels. Mrs. Bland Hoover is BPW, chairman, with Mrs. Ray Gregoire co-ordinator toward launching, and hopefully continuing the program. The Cranbrook District kitchen will provide the dietitian menu dinner, soup meat vegetables, potatoes and light dessert, five days a week at food cost, to be charged to the listed Individual consumer and collected twice monthly. The meal will be delivered hot, certified 140 degrees, as required by health regulations. Dishes are disposable, and stereofoarn containers to maintain heat during delivery made by the adult class at Juniper Day School. Cranbrook Boys Club van has been offered for the live-days a week delivery hut an approved driver must be provided by the club. Purpose is to help the elderly, handicapped or temporarily convalescent to remain home, though problems of shopping and food preparalion have become overwhelming, and available to them an attractive and balanced daily major meal. BANNED MEXICO CITY (AP) The government announced It was banning imports of pinball machines and other eleclrome-chanic games because they "do not contribute to the best use of citizens' leisure time." You're never too old to hear better Chicago, 111.-A free offer of special interest to those who hear but do not understand words has been announced by B eUo ne. A n on-operating mo del of the smallest Bel tone aid ever made will lie given absolutely free to anyone answering tlii3 advertisement. Try it to see how it is worn In the privacy of your own home without cost or obligate of any kind. It's yours to keep free. It weighs less than a thirc ol an ounce, and it's all sit ea leyel, in one unit. No wires leae supplied by Northland Shows if Edmonton. For the rodeo, slock will be provided by Rej Kcsler, Rose- nary contractor. Mickey Bagnell of Montana las been engaged as clown and bullfighter Taber Elks are handling the bar of gold on a percentage basis. The Moose Lodge will have Hie casino tent at the grounds and at the cabaret. The rodeo committee has ap- proved use of the rodeo grounds May 27 for a rope-off and on Aug. 6 (civic holiday) for the annual Mormon Slav-ipede an event that is free to the public. Consideration is also being given to combining the rodeo association and the private in- door rodeo committee. telephone system comes from ACT Look what you have going for you when you depend on ACT for private mobile telephone service: You maintain constant contact with your staff, using a system professionally engineered to your needs. We maintain your system at no extra cost. Fast, eflicient service at mobile centres throughout Alberta. We're not restricled to any one equipment supplier. So you're assured of the system that's right for you no matter who makes the "hardware." 9 And it's all yours at low rental cost. Short-term rental agreements can be arranoerl. Call a Communications Consultant. Edmonton: 425-2110 Calcjiry: 261-3111 Other: Dial "0" (Zero) and ask lor Zwith 330W. Iree. Schedules and Fare! subject 10 Terms and conditions published in SUNTOURS LONDON fOR LESS program. SUOtOUfS ROYAL BANK COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT CITY OF LETHBRIDGE 1973 SPRING SWIMMING INSTRUCTION PROGRAMS FRITZ SICK POOL REGISTRATION: Registrations for all of the below listed programs will be lofcen on March 27th, 28lh ond 29lh, 1973 from in Gym No. 1 of Ihe Civic Sports Centre. SPECIAL NOTICE: Registrations for the Children's (6-14 yeart) ond Prt-Schoet Children'! (J 5 years) Program! will be accepted from bridge only. p.m. and dally citizens of the Cily of leth- Boiruie Price best speaker CRANBROOK (Special) Bonnie Price of the Lake Win- dermerc 4H Beef Club will car- ry the East Kootcnay regional public speaking banner into the Koolenay-Boundary speak-off at Lister Deer Lodge Hall Fri- day, March 30. She won the Bank of Mon- treal trophy (or seniors at Cranu.ook when more than 40 4H members in senior and junior categories competed. The Bank of Montreal junior trophy was won by Karen Lee Blysak of South Country Homecraft. Club, Grasmere. PROGRAMS Children's (6 14 yean) Swimming Instruction a) Mondays, April 1 June -I (10 -i. p.m. -ii- p.m. Glosses for Red Goss Fre-Beginner, Beginner, Survival Swimmer and Junior b) Tuesdoys April 3 June 5 (10 sessions! -i- p.m. Classes lor Red Cross Pre-Beginner, Beginner, Inlermediale and Senior c> Wednesdays, April 4 June 6 (10 sessions! -i- p.m. Classes for Red Cross Pre-Beginner, Beginner, Survival Swimmer ond Junior d) April 5- June 7 (10 sessions) I- X 30 p.m. Classes (or RLSS Elementary llfesaving Classes for RLSS Inlermediale lifejaving ol April 6 June 8 (10 sessions) -i- p.m. Classes for Red Cross Pre-8eginner, Beginner, Inlermediafo and Senior f) April 7-June 9 lessions) -i- p.m. Classes for Red Cross Pre-Beginner, -ii- p.m. Beginner, Survival Swimmer and Junior -iii- p.m. Classes for Red Cross Pre-Beginner, Beginner, Inlermediale and Senior Childnn'i (3-5 yian) Swimming Program Objectives Includes a) Mondays, April 2 June 4 10 sessions b) Wednesdays, April 4 -June p.m. 6 c) Fridays, April 6 June 8 d) Saturdays, April'7 Juno 9 .0 sessions -i- a.m. -it- p.m. orienlalion of simple skills through water games ond play with other children, KOTt: Raifo of children to instructor it kept at 2 to I wherever possible. 3. Mixed Adult and Teenage (15 Yiart ond over) Learn to Swim o) Tuesdays, April 3 Jvns 5 (10 sellions) -i- p.m. Red Cross classes -ii- p.m. for all levels Pre-Beginor thru Senior 4. Joint Red Crost RISS Instructor Course a) Wednesdays, April 4 June 6 (10 ssssions) -I- 8iOO- p.m. 5. RLS5 Bronze Medallion Lifesaving RLSS Bronze Cross Lifesavjng ol Thursdays, April 5 June 7 (10 sessions) -i- Bronze Medallion, p.m. -ii- Bronze Cross, p.m. 6. Red Cross Water Safety Leader o) Easier Week April 23 April 27 -I- a.m. p.m. daily_____________________ 7. National lifeguard Swim Pool Operator! School a) Double weekend-Moy 11, 12, 13 and May 18, 19 20 .i. p.m. on May 11, 18 -ii. a.m. p.m. on May 12, 13, 19, 20, REGISTRATION FEE SCHiPULE_____________________________ 1. (6-14 years) Swimming Instruction Pre-Beginner Junior Beginner Intermediate Survival Swimmer Senior Pre-School Children's (3-5 yrs.) Swimming 3. Mixed Adult and Toenago (15 yrs. and over) team la ________________ _____ 4. Joint Red Croji RtSS Instructor Courses S25.00 5. RISS Bronze Medallion RtSS Bronze Cross o. Red Cross Water Safety leader 7. National lifeguard Swim Pool Operators School FOR'FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT THE COMMUNITY SERVICES DEPARTMENT AT 328-7341, LOCAL ;