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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, May 5, 1973 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Air cadets visit Malmstrom BILL GROENEN photo Royal Canadian Air Cadets of the Raymond Squadron 565 Rick McCoy, left, and Greg Baker were among 22 cadets who recently visited the Malmstrom U.S. Air Force base near Great Falls, Mont. Baker is cadet of the month. McCoy is the highest-ranking cadet in the squadron. Bonnie Porter reveals program 'Pass recreation in full swing BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Bonnie Porter, recreation di- rector of the Crcwsnest Pass recreation board, is planning a busy summer and has an- nounced programs for the gen- eral public. At least 12 persons must reg- ister for each. Programs available include batik, macrame (art of tying decoupage, leather craft, photography, knitting, patchwork, dressmaking, up- holstering, food catering, buy- Henclersoii welcomed to board PINCHER CREEK (Special) St. Vincent's Hospital ad- visory board recently -welcom- ed William Henderson of erton Lakes National Park as a new member of the board. Arrangements have been made to meet with Bishop O'Byrne and representatives of the diocese of Calgary at the hospital Tuesday to discuss the formation of a local hospital board of management. The hospital has been inform- manship, consumer education, j ball, slow pitch, swimming music poise, drama, public speaking, driving, base- School tax rate climbs CRANBROOK Cranbrook school district tax rate, major item in both city and rural taxation, lias been es- tablished for 1973 at 35.02 mills, up from 1972's 33.03 mills. Assessment base is tallied at compared with for 1972. This base is for the hospital tax as well, which has dropped this year from 1.93 mills to 1.84 mills. School and hospital assess- ment rolls include land and im- provements as city and provin- cial rates do, but additionally they include equipment and machinery. Cranbrook school district budget includes debt repay- ment which accounts for 4.63 mills. An approved but not yet golfing, chess, cance camping and reducing. Persons wishing to register in the classes should phone the recreation office, 562-2633, or contact Miss Porter. An electronic recording sec- retary has been installed in the office. Interested persons may have their names and their wishes. A small charge is made for each program. In some cases, where materials are required, a material charge will be levied. Those programs that do not attract enough interest will be removed from the program by the board. ed by the Alberta Hospital j assumed debenture debt of 1972 Minute man missile impresses cadets Squadron 565 visits U.S. base By DELIA WOOLF Herald News Service RAYMOND Twenty-two Royal Canadian Air Cadets from Raymond's Squadron 565 had a never-to-be-forgot- ten day at Malmstrom Air Force Base rear Great Falls, Mont., recently. The cadets and their offi- cers were taken by school bus to the base. They were shown the Minuteman mis- sile. It has a range of more than miles and a speed of miles per hour. The Itlinuteman Missile is ready to go into action to perform its mission should the need arise. It takes one minute to get it into aclion. Officers accompanying were Squadron Corrunander Donald Bakken and Flight Lieutenant Kenneth Rasmus- NOTICE Ifyou own a travel trailer or camper... NOW is the time to have your propane equipment and appliances fioroughly Inspected and adjusted. Be sure of a fun-filled, carefree holiday with dependable propane cooking, cooling and lighting systems. All it takes is a phone call for an appointment. Complete service just oo PLUS PARTS CALL BOB JACKLIN at 328-3336 sen and civilian instructors Mac Nishiyama and Law- rence Babb. For most of the cadets it was a surprise to learn Norad has such a far reaching re- sponsibility for air defence. It includes defence of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and British Columbia as well as the states of Montana, North and South Dakotas, Wyom- ing, parts of Nebraska, Utah, Nevada and Idaho. The area covered spreads more than one million miles. Miss Peressini prepared for life-saving, leadership BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Valerie Peressini, 15, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Albino Pe- ressini of Blair-more, recently attended a one-week Red Cross life-s a v n g and leadership course at Calgary. Miss Peressini acquired the Red Cross senior resucitation certificate and bronze medal last season. No need lo curia il planting RAYMOND (HNS) Coun- cillor John Bridge, chairman of the town water and sewer committee, s ays there is no reason for concern regarding watering for lawns and gar- dens. Raymond residents have never been able to use water through garden hoses until ear- ly in May when the fresh wa- ter comes into the canal. This is thp source of supply for the town reservoir, the holding for water reserve. Because of work being done on the main canal there was some concern as to when the water would be in the canal. Work is progressing and the water supply should not be more than a few days late com- ing into the town reservoir. Un- til it does there will be no wa- ter for outdoor gardening. People of the town are mak- ing an extra effort to make Raymond beautiful for the many visitors who will come here for the Summer Games in July. Mr. Bridges stresses there is no need to curtail planting be- cause of water shortage. At the Norad centre cadets given the privilege of climbing into the squadron's B-57 Boomer and sitting in the official seat of the boom- er. For many of the boys this was one of the highlights of the day. At station K-9 the cadets were introduced to patrol dogs thst guard the base from sunset to sunrise daily. The cadets were shown the training program that makes the dogs efficient in their guard duty. Cadets and officers return- ed home, arriving here be- fore midnight tired but happy. Services Commission that its application for new x-ray equip- ment, includig fluoroscope and image intensifier would be submitted soon to the radiology committee for approval. Dr. B. 0. Black of Lethbridge. radiologist, has confirmed he will recommence visiting the hospital on a one-day-a-week basis, as soon as the new x- ray equipment is installed. It was recommended that the hospital recognize the Alberta Certified Nursing Aide Associa- tion as the sole bargaining agent for all CNAs employed by the hospital. Mrs. V. Gingras, Mrs. S. Johnson, Mrs. D. Randall and Mrs. H. Westley attended a recent workshop for registered nurses at the Gait School of Nursing, Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. It was on emergency care. Arrangements have been made for Sister Ellen Martin to hold a workshop for all RNs at the hospital on May 31. More district pages 24, 33 referendum will cover a plan- ned six-room addition to the new four-room Gordon Terrace primary school. Village park, recreation win backing STIRLING (HNS) The Op- portunities for Youth Program submitted by local university and high school students has been approved. The proiect is entitled, '-ITS GREAT TO BE ALIVE. HURRY GET IN- VOLVED." Plans have been made to up- grade facilities at the village park and to engage all ages in the community in recreational instruction and participation. Clinic open five days each week BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) In order to provide better service for its many patients, the Crowsnest Pass Clinic will now operate five full days per week. Two doctors will attend the morning clinic from 10 a.m. until noon. Five doctors mil attend the afternoon clinics from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. from Monday through Friday. Two doctors will be on call after hours and during the weekends. The four-month trial period began May 1. Tennis tips offered at Pincher PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Pincher Creek tennis Club will be giving beginners' tennis lessons each evening from 7 to 8 o'clock at the tennis courts from May 14 to 18. People taking lessons must be club members. Club memebershhip fees are for a family; adult and student. Films will be shown and members of the club in- struct. Contact Mrs. Jean Tink, 627-4048. Sufficient interest has been expressed to form a men's- junior team in lacrosse, a ban- tam midget team, and a pee wee team. Fees for this pro- gram are each for the arena. Phone 627-4322. Golf lessons are scheduled for May 7, 8 and 10. Fees for these lessons are Lessons are in- structed by Mark Mackenzie. Interested persons meet at the clubhouse at p.m. Films will be shown. LOVE MOVIES FORT MACLEOD (Special) The third season of movie night at the Blunt Nursing Home and Pioneer Lodge here has ended. Paul Dersch and Glen Barr have bean holding bi-monthly film nights for the past three winters. The project was acclaimed by the commu- nity. Kick the Habit! Smokers Dial 327-4000 For recorded help In overcoming smoking habit. Sponsored a public service by your friends The Adventists FOR ANHYDROUS AMMONIA OO NITROGEN FERTILIZER CALL J, LUCO YOUR ESSO AGENT IETHBRIDGE PH. 327-3535 Croivsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Yemen Dccoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 Ask for your copy of Camping across Canada too. 3307 5th Avenue N. The Lethbridge Herald Correspondent in Your Area GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TRUNBULL 655-2332 IRON SPRINGS MRS. E. G. SORGARD 738-4460 LOMOND 792-3646 MRS. LEONARD CHASE MAGRATH MRS. DOUG MARKER MEDICINE HAT MEDICINE HAT NEWS............. MILK RIVER GLENN LEE........................... 647-3538 758-6555 527-1101 E H Contact these people for your District News If or Classified Advertising I I_____ iMIIMBBfflIM WE'RE SERIOUS WE'RE SERIOUS WE'RE SERIOUS I'.' YOU CAN BELIEVE IT! TRUCKS 1966 IHC F-1800 Tandem New 20 ft. box and hoist. Was BELIEVE IT 1972 IHC DCF405 4-14 trans. 250 Cum- mings, majored Was BELIEVE IT 1967 IHC VF190 5th wheel, new paint, air brakes. Was BELIEVE IT 1967 IHC VF220 5th wheel, air brakes. Was BELIEVE IT 1961 IHC BC174 Grain box and hoist. BELIEVE IT CARS SOLD rvauio. ri cm mm 1971 VOLKSWAGEN 411 4 dr., 4 speed trans. Radio. Premium unit. Was BELIEVE IT 1971 MAZDA 4 dr., auto. 'CAAAP jaw SOLD 1970 TOYOTA TRUCK with CAMPER 4 speed tri Was CAID BELIEVE IT JVfcW 1965 METEOR 4 dr. sedan. V8 auto. Was BELIEVE IT........ 1965 Pontiac Pariesiene 4 dr. H.T., V8, auto., PS, PB, radio. BELIEVE IT......... jsiene LIGHT DUTY TRUCKS 1969 IHC V-S, AUTOMATIC Was BELIEVE IT....... 1965 IHC 4x4, V8, 4 speed, new paint. Was BELIEVE IT.......... 1966 IHC 1100 V8, 4 spec Was Cftm BELIEVE IT 1965 IHC 1100 6 cylinder, Was COLD BELIEVE IT TRAVELALLS 1971 V345 ENGINE Auto, trans. Buckets. Wa BELIEVE IT 1967 6 CYLr 3 SPEED Was BELIEVE IT SOLD EED 304 STAFFORD DRIVE, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 327-3125 JO m m 30 O c SERIOUS WE'R.c SERIOUS WE'RE SERIOUS ;