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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Thumitry, March 29, 1973 THE HERALD 19 Golden children benefit from fluoridated water CRANBROOK (Special) A recently issued East Koo- tenay Health Unit report com- ments on statistical findings among small children's den- tal health in its five districts. Sample examinations wers made last summer of teeth of children to 5% years old at Golden and Fernie, (for- Golden was first in the area to fluoridate its community supply in 1966. Fernie voters have consis- tently rejected the measure though ith natural water sup- ply !s fluoride deficient. Analysis of the sample ex- aminations showed dental de- cay in this age group in Golden was just one-half that of Fernie. More than one-third of the four to five-year-olds at Gold- en' were free of tooth decay. Fernie's report showed only 12 per cent free of tooth decay. The report says this samp- ling supports the claim that controlled fluoridation cats dental disease 60 per cent in children. Frontage tax coming Sparwood is newest user of fluoridalion starting in late 1972. Kiraberley supply tested at optimum level, 1.20 ppm and South Kimberley (former- ly Marys ville) 1.08 ppra. Gol- den tested at 1 ppm, and Cranbrook .90 In monthly sample averaging. Cran- brook's treatment plant was inoperative for 150 days ot the year because ot equip- ment breakdowns. Two-thirds ot East Koote- nay residents, (lie report says, are now benefiting from fluor- idation. COALDALS CHNS) North Coaldale residents will be as- sessed frontage taxes for water and sewer. The rate is per frontage foot. Of this, is for water and 65 cents for sewer services. The construction of the north area water and sewer ex- ension will commence this pring. The town has received a loan Croivsnest Pass sportsmen ivin trophies 'Pass sporlsmen show trophies awarded recenlly by the Colemon Fish and Game Association. Front, from left. Dale Poch, mule deer, Zaks Meats and Groceries; Sleven Reno, moose, Celli's Building; Bob Williams, second, black bear. Grand Union Holel; and Ralph Cervo, first, black bear, Grand Union Hc-tel. Back row. from left. Bob Salonl cullhroal trout, Cole- man Pharmacy; Harry Scaba, second, lake Irout, Vels Insurance; Tom Eh- lert, second, bighorn sheep, Crowsnest Pass Motors; Norman Lacoix, steam rainbow trout IGA; and Alf Phillips, secretary, membership drive trophy. Other winners were not present. Sale Saturday COALDALE (HNS) A rummage and bake sale, spon- sored by the junior liign day School classes of the Coal- dale Mcnnonite Confer once Church, will be held from 1 10 9 p.m. Saturday, March 31, in the Sunny South News building here. Proceeds will go towards bundles for needy children. Fashion show held By EDNA MADGE Special Correspondent MILK RIVER The Milk River Kinette Club recently eld a Home-Sewn Fashion Show in the Erie Rivers High School auditorium here. Twenty women modelled gar- ments made in their own sew- ng rooms. TWO PARTS The show was divided into two parts, children's wear; and women's casual attire and eve- ning dress and bridal attire. Sewer loan wins okay COALDALE (HNS) North Coaldale residents will their sewer. The town has received a loan of for the north Coal dale water and sewer extension project. Work will commence thi spring, town official? reported Various handmade articles vere on display, ranging from tnitted sweaters to quilts. Commentators were Sharon Vollershiem and Sharon Hier- ith. The silver collection was to be donated to the swimming )ool fund. Kinette Kommunity K o o k xaoks were on sale. Jean Oswald modelled an early Red Cross uniform to pub licize the fact that the Kinette plan to sponsor a blood uunor clinic in July. Pledges were available, and women were encouraged to sign and pledge their blood do- nation. Masinasin Happy Tops Club marks its fourtli anniversary MASINASIN (HNS) The' Masinasin Happy Tops Club celebrated its fourth birthday recently with a party at the Masinasin School. Mrs. Marie Turner, leader, elcomed members ol Ihe Milk Yearly queens are Mrs. Joa Hughson and Mrs. Betty meter. Miss Beverly Erickson was crowned quarterly queen received a banner and corsage Weekly queen was Miss Sherry Mueller. She received a Clothing drive PINCHER CREEK (Special) of the Springridge Mennonite Sewing Circle are holding a clothing drive here April 6 and 7 at the Anglican Church Hall. The hours are 2 tc 8 p.m. on Friday and 10 a.m to 4 p.m. on Saturday. INSURANCE LIABILITY BONDS AUTO FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES ITD. ESTABLISHED 1911 floor 517 4th Avi. I. Phone 327-1541 for the project which vill be repaid over 20 years rom the money raised through he frontage levy. 1 QUALITY DENTURE I I CLINIC I I EDDY DIETRICH I 1 Certified Dentol Mecl.nnK I Capitol Furniture Bldg. PHONE 32B.7684MMB THANKED STIRLING (HNS) At a re- cent annual ratepayers meet- ing, a vote of thanks was ex- tended to Neil Webster, village secretary for the past five years. He is moving to Kill- mat, B.C. _____ BUY with CONFIDENCE Drive with Pride Chester Pocza, one of Beny's respected experienced soles leaders, is anxious to roil out the "Red Corpet" for you. He Invites you to come In and deal now on a like new 1973 demonstrator. He suggests you deal with Beny you'll BE NY-fit. ASK ABOUT THE MILE NEW CAR POVMRTRAIN LUBRICATION GUARANTEE. CHESTER POCZA LIFETIME OK WARRANTY ON OUR QUALITY USED CARS AND TRUCKS BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOB1LE PHONE 328-1101 OK SUPERMARKET IOT MAIN GARAGE and SHOWROOM Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 Couple showered with gifts CLARESHOLM (Special) shower was held recently in the North Peace Hall for Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Narkaus. Orlan Berg ceremonies. was master of Gordon Thompson led a sing- song and the accompaniment was played by Mrs. Mel Mc- Cann. Seated at the lace-covered bride's table with the newly- weds were their parc-nts, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Narkaus of Claresholm. and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kunkel of Pincher Creek. The honored couple received gifts presented by Mrs. Jack Helber and Mrs. Don Burn- ham. The hostess gift was an elec- tric mixette. Sawyer's Grand Prix 570 Slide Projectors the great performers that mean quality plus value, Sawyer's Grand Prix 570R Slide Prajeclor wilh Full Remole Control, Forward and reverse remote control, Slide advance, focus and reverse conlrol on remole cord and at projector. 500-walt brilliance. lens. Elevalion Control. Self-conlained carrying ease. Complete wilh spill-proof Sawyer's 100-slide Rololroy. WAREH CLEARA Introductory Special! PANA-VUE SLIDE VIEWERS Precision built by the people who make Sawyer's slide projectors. >ry 1221-3rd Ave. S. (OPPOSITE THE ELKS) Phone 327-2673 327-2565 HUNDREDS OF CLEARANCE SAVINGS AT FIRESTONE COLOR-CODED TO MAKE IT EASY SHOP TOMORROW FOR THE BIGGEST CHOICE OF SAVINGS ;