Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 28, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
24 THE IETHBR1DCE HERALD Monday, May 28, 1973------- District News 1 In Brief McTaggart, Fetch learn coal mining NATAL (HNS) Kaiser Re- sources recently entered into an agreement with the University of Saskatchewan at Regina whereby students can come to the KRL Operations for practical application of the theory they ire taught, Two such students, Ross Mc- Taggart and David Fetch, have been at KRL for four months and will now return to univer- sity. They will spend four months at the unhersity then return to KRL to put their theory into practical application. Each student selected under terms of the program, which is termed will be able to spend or three work terms with KTIL before taking em- ployment with some company. While with KRL. Fetch and McTaggart. both undergrad- uate engineers, worked at Har- mer maintenance, where they undertook an extensive study of air filter rrcthcds used on large engines such as those in 200-ton trucks. The pair have prepared a manual which gives complete instructions on care and ser- vicing of .air filters. The co-op program, is in use at two other Canadian univer- sities, Waterloo, in Ontario, and i Memorial University, St Johns in Newfoundland. i It has been in use at the Sas- katchewan University in Re- gira for about three years. In addition to engineering stu- dents, the program will be ex- panded to include students of administration this fall. (prizes woti by TOPS pair 1 ETZIKOM (HNS) In the i recent meeting of the Etzikom TOPS club it was reported a successful fashion show, bake sale and handicrafts event was held in the Etzikom Commun- ity Hall. The basket of posies went to Judy Bert-sen of Conquerville and the cake went to Mrs. Clara Strain of Nemiskam. Qualifying for the "Baggy Dregs'1 was Mrs. Marion Col- lins and Mrs. Myrtle Schmidt. They lost more than 50 pounds. Miss Phjllis Hobbs is the new teen-age princess of Alberta and Mrs. Gladys Harty, local chapter queen, received further recognition as queen of divi- sion 5. Those receiving KOPS pins were Mrs. Gladys Harty. Miss Phyllis Hobbs, Mrs. Mary Eck- slrand Mrs. Hazel Erdman and Mrs. Carol Lee. In the April weight loss Mr. Merle Collins topped the mem- bers followed by Mrs. Myrtle Schmidt. COALDALE i" The Barons-Eurcka Heaith Unit is sponsoring the following infant and pre-school chines: TABER: Tuesday, May 29, in the health unit office in the ad- i ministration building from 10' a.m. to 12 nocn and to 4 p.m. i CO ALB ALE: Thursday. May 31. in the health unit office (upstairs in the town office building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday. May 01. In the health unit office in the administration build i n g from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. GRASSY LAKE: Friday, June 1. in the Chamberlain School, from 1 to 3 p.m. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 345- 3388; Taber 223-3911. The medical officer of health urges parents to ensure tncir children are fully protect ed I against contagious disease and tooth decay. Venereal dis- j ease, a mounting health prob- j lem, will be explained in a fully confidential manner. i i Tim Mundy wins trip io Ontario NATAL (HNS) Tim Mun- dy of the Sparwood Secondary School has been chosen to par- ticipate in a Young Voyageur Exchange program. It involves a group exchange program between students from Mount Laurier in Quebec with a group from the Cranbrook and Fernie areas. Tim is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Mundy of Sparwood. He will be spending two weeks in the St. Catherines. Ont, area in August. The ex- change group from eastern Canada will be visiting the East Koolenay area in July. Tea, bazaar set for Friday 1 TABER (HNS) The Clear- view Lodge auxiliary has an- nounced its annual tea and ba- zaar will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Friday, June 1, at the lodge reception room. The public is invited to sup- port the tea. It will include three draws in addition to a door prize. Parking area wins go-ahead CRANBROOK (Special) With 29 of the qualified 60 area'' voters approv- ing and seven opposing, refer- endum approval was given the city proposal to purchase and develop at S313.500 a commis- j sion operated, city core park- j ing arc-4. The irregularly shaped quad- rilateral parcel is between North Baker Lane and roughly one block northward between llth Ave. and Cranbrook St. Property owner is Cranbrook Foundry Company Ltd.. whose president and manager Eric MacKinnon says he will put the proposed sale before his board of directors toward decision, and if approved, propose terms of sale. CAREERS DRUG STORE OPPORTUNITIES! New drug store group being developed In Cal- gary and Edmonton areas to meat advancing com- petition, Interested In obtaining retail foctft flons and joining for group benefits contact Box 101- Lethbridga Herald SMALL OWL The pygmy owl, Canada's smallest owl, is about seven inches long. FAIR TRAITS Canadian exhibitions inherited their character mainly from the Old World agricultural fairs. If you W3II Stop! Look! Be ready to cop a bargain from an inventory of millions of dollars! Shoppers Stoppers start Thursday, May 31 Simpsons-Sears RUTH ZAUGG photo AGT installs services at mobile homes subdivision Stirling, like hundreds of other southern Alberta com- munities, is pushing development of its mobile homes subdivision. Above, Alberta Government Telephones in- stalls services. More lots are available. Plans are be- ing worked out by the village council for future enlarge- ment of the site. And for menthol, get the green pack. WARNING: The Department of National Health and Welfare advises that danger to health increases with amount smoked.