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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Vlagrath Students Visit Montana In Exchange Plan AU THE COBUBt Membeti of the Kate High School diama All, The Cob- bler, which captured top honors at the recent Southwestern Alberto High School Drama Festival, are, left lo right: Ron Duda, Bill Mollolieu, Frank Feathentone, director. Pom King and Kirk Jensen. Individual awards wenl to Pom King, best actress, and Kirk Jen- ten who shared the best actor award. The play will be presented at Red Deer May 1 and 2 in the provincial high school drama finali. Right photo: Marilyn Blatkie receives the best actress award for her part in the Kals Andrews High School production Broken Sentence. Making the presentaion is Mr. Dew, president of the Allied Arts Council. Cen- tre ii. Jack McCreath, adjudicator. -Deloy Wight Photos. MAGNATH (HNS) -Jane, Alston and Duncan Thompson represented Magrath High School in the Lions Club stu- dent exchange program with Big Fork. Honiara. Debbie Biggar and Van Robinson wore guests al the homes o( Mr. aid Mrs.-Tyler Alsloo and Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson while al- lending school here for one week. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Matkin accompanied (he four students to Big Fork where they were honored at the second anniver- sary of the East Lake Shore Lions Club. Duncan Thompson presented the Montana club with a Canadian flag from Ma grath Lions Club. The student exchange pro- gram is to establish better pub- lic relations and get sluden It irill continue each year. Migrate students enjoyed school in Big Fork as il is abou the same size as Magrath llig School The students enjoyed a trip t Meeting Held NATAL (HNS) The Angli- can Church Women o( Michel recently held Iheir regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Emily Rallison. The members decided lo donate the sum of ?10 towards the Indian Schools in the Diocese of Alhabaska. ?eigan Health Committee Deceives Band Support Curve9 Slows Kaiser NATAL, B.C. (HNS) 'Start up schedules of our new coal preparation plant in soulli- easlem British Columbia have been revised G. Z. Balsley, 'and general manager of Kaiser Re- sources said recently. SHOE REPAIR Fott dependab'e service al reasonable Abo repair and replace all of zippcn Rtpairs to all leather floods MIKE'S SHOE REPAIR 1071 3rd Ave. S. to LethbriJe. Locktr and Seafooat) "As a result we will be ship- >ing less coal during Ihe first [uartcrly period of our long- erm Japanese contract. "Difficulties with finishing construction of Ihe new facility and with the start up of its op- erations have made this revi- sion in shipping schedules nec- essary. 'Construction delays- and supplier strikes have also been encountered in the work on the under ground hydraulic lest mine project which is a join! undertaking between MjLsui Mining Limited and Kaiser Re- sources.'As a result, Ihe prog- More District On Page 9 ress on this test project has been slowed down several weeks. "There appears to be a mis- understanding as lo Ihe status of this experimental Balsley said. "The ultimate plan is aimed at developing an operation that could produce a substantial supply of coking coal for Japan. Kai- ser Resources holds no new contract in Japan for coking coal to be produced by this ex- perimental melted. have no contracts in Japan other than the ones that have already been announced, totaling ap- proximately long tons of coal over a 15-year period. "Our new coal preparation plant is one of .the largest in the world, with many special design features. As a conse- quence it is normal lo undergo a learning curve in the start-up of this facility. Our employees arc pulling in extra efforts and long hours to make the neces- sary corrections. We hope that with the plant's ultimate capa- city it will be possible to regain production lost during the start-up this facility." Collett Named TABER (HNS) Ray Collet has been re-appointed weed in specter for the town of Taber. In renewing the appointment the town council added the jo of inspections under the pesti cides, fertilizer and agriculture chemicals act recently passec and upped the remuneration o Mr. Collell from to for the year. SohirJay, April 35, 1170 THE LETMUIDCE HEIAIO 3 Shower Held IRON SPRIXGS (HNS) Jliss Marilyn Christie, of Ulh- bridge, and formerly of whose marriage to Marlin Lar- ler will lake place on was the guesl of honor at a miscellaneous shower held at the home of Mis. L. K. Haney reccnlly. During the evening Mrs. W. Kirby presented Miss Christie with a gaily decorated Icauagon of gifts for her future home- be beach and explored Iht eauliM woods in the temper- lo valley where cherries arc grown. It was a good expert- nee but they still prefer Iheir school. Miss Alston and [r. Thompson will report Iheir lews at Ih? Magralh Hub meeting May 6. lions DRILLS the most popular drills in THE WEST! FKCHER CREEK (Special) i After lengthy discussion and repealed the Peigan 'calth Committee has received ne monetary and verbal sup- port of the Peigan Band Coun- cil. The proposed budget was ipproved by council. The com- mittee has been' operating since April 1969 on a voluntary basis, .nd is pleased that the pro- grams carried out in 1963 were well received. A Spring cleanup with the committee members donating their labor sill give the Brock- et lewisite a general cleaning. They will assume supervision of the land fill dumps and ar- range for regular garbage pick- up. The. committee hopes to im plement a fly control apd home improvement program in an ef- fort, to improve the physical en- vironment in Brocket, and part of this is (he tree planting project Over 20 home owners have prepared plots to receive trees and shrubs this spring. The committee consists _ three members Allan Prairie Chicken Juliu: English, and Billy Strikes Will A Gun. Charles Provost Jr. eigan Band Councillor, is Ihe [final representative to Coun- cil. O.S-LY ISSUER At its formation in 1936 the Sank of Canada became the sole issuer of paper currency in Canada. s 3 O u o (J o >E tASTEDO FURNITURE K UM4OUTHMG Ml 5rt, SI. S. fhen. 317-7711 McCorakk-liftnitioMri 100 PRESS DRILL For your most important job this "pring, No. 100 press drills have plenty of what it takes! B Exdmivt frMri iliimiry doable-disk furrow openers. Stakd ball blining opener hubs. B fMd np accuracy. Fluted roQ feeds count out the seeds. P Big ccpoctty with waterproof lids. B fertilizer hoppers for fast clean-out. Ltflume or grow seeding attachments. Stop in and.see the No. 100 press drills. Sizeo, models, options to fit your farm. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER (SALES AND SERVICE) 304 STAFFORD DRIVE PHONE 327-3125 ALL COLORS! lanana faty lidtr hondt. bora and Chain guard Kkk irorrf i f f, .I... wnrvfnv Roll bar IM lim EMERSON'S OF COURSE! 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