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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID Thuridoy, Moy IB, 1971---------------------------- Entertain moms jSparwood arcii diagnosed COUTTS (HNS) Brownies j and Guides hold a parly (or! their mothers in the fontls I Civic Centre and 00 ill- j eluding leaders, won.1 present. Airs. Leo EJIcrt of Milk River ispital needs assessed ______....... CRANBHOOK (Special) Thompson, has arrived at Spar-; Cro.isncsi area cast of Fcrnic. gave a demonstration on flower! A BC1IIS survey ledm, headed wood lo reassess typo and j This is I lie fastest, growing in- arranging. rcsprtrcli director Don of hospital needs for Ibis riiisLrial scoliou of Easl j a development not appar- ent u'l icn long-term hospit al needs for IT'S GARDENING TIME! In the next few days the "green thumb" enthusiasts will be out in force. Here's a must for the beginner a revelation for the "Better Ways to Successful in Western Canada" Available at by I5ABELLE R. YOUNG and CHARLES YOUNG 326 Pages Chock Full of Useful Information Featuring: plants to sur- vive our winters dates and soil mixtures Indoors and Outdoors and Cold Frames and Landscaping Gardens and Lily Ponds Plants and Gift Plants PLUS MUCH MORE The Lctlikidge Herald FOR ONLY or if you wish a copy sent to you Send lo cover mailing and handling. long-term En.st Kootenay Re- Hiomil Hospital District were surveyed. District of Kparwood, Village of Eikford. il n d Elk ValFcv Electoral Area will be involved in Hie survey. The small frame Michel Hos- pital continues lo operate but under Ihc original recional plans was scheduled for phase- out when FcrruVs nev.- district hospital could come into ser- vice. This M-bed Fernie facility Is close to tendering stage and may be started at its new site by September. Meanwhile its 43-bed Fernie Memorial Hospital operations will continue service. Longtcrm capital expenditure of f3.320.000 by EKRHD ap- proved by ratepayers in June, 1970, included (he new Fernie T 1 7 f Hospital as major item at about 52.7 million. Industrial growth In the Crowsncsl area Is largely re- sponsible for the extraordinary increase in return from a mill of regional taxation which re- j KOBLEFORD (Special) suited in a drop from 2.12 mills XobMord Little League was tne perfcct hosl as lncy opcneli Summer of school set for children becl workers at Taber migrant fllNS) Summer the MD of Taber the 20 per cent tinue through June, July and school for the five to 12-year-old I Of cosls incurred in the pro- children of native people work- The baiance ing in sugar beet tislrls was an- i nounced lo Ihc town council by j up by tlle semor councillor Sirs. Helen We n I meal. Net cost to the town is chairman of Ihc drop in centra steering committee. The school will commence Council approved the pro-1 wild the opctu'ng of (he centre gram and agreed to split with i at the end of May. It. will cnn- VALEOICTORIAN Miss Janice Tooincr of Magrath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Toonicr. is (lie Grade 12 valedictorian. Miss Toom- er also won the Presidential Scholarship of SCOO from Brig- liam V n u n g University, Provo, Utah. perfect host region-wide for this debenture repayment in 1971 to 1.93 mills in the current year. the season an exhibition Barons ivins first game NOBLEFORD 'Special- Tim N'oblcford Babe Ruth team and ils coach. Frank Jankunis. opened the 1072 Reason on a los- ing note. Barons defeating them 17-3. Nobleford committed several errors. Winning pitcher was Robert Cowie. The loss went to Aldo Zauoni, with relief from Owen Peters, Trevor Esau and Kevin Luchia. Zanonl had to be removed after he was struck on the pitclu'ng arm with a batted ball. game, allowing Monarch to win by 11-10 on nine hits and no errors Nobleford had seven hits and I they committed two errors. John Flaniond ivas ihe win- ning pitcher nilli 10 stnke-outs. Flamond and Duwane Ericb son shared lop batting spot with two hits each. Ned Jankunis Is credited with the loss and Perry Luchia ham- mered out IviO home runs in a losing cr.usG. At the start of regular league plcy Xobleford allowed Barons five runs on seven hits and Lwo errors. Danny Lyon was the winning pitcher with '12 strike-outs. The top batting spot is shar- ed by Machacek and Kay. Noblcford scored three runs SIMPSONS- SEARS eR JUNIOR BflZflflR Requires FASHIONABLE YOUNG LADIES AGED 16 to 18 for SIMPSONS-SEARS FASHION COUNCIL for 1972-73 applications now available in the