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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Holmes heads ERA Instruments TABEtt eri M. (HNS) Holmes, Dr, Rob- Ilavmond Dlt. IIOBEHT M. HOLMES Dentist's bill presented to trustees CLARESHOLM Willow Creek school hoard trustees were told of a boy who lost three teeth wlien a school bus hit a sno'.v drift. The hoy was bounced out of his scat in front o[ him. Three teeth broke off. The matter was referred to Ihe insurance company after the board was presented with a dentist's bill for The board is looking Into why fumes are getting into the air-conditioning system at the Willow Creek Consolidated High School Irom (lie boiler room. Trustee Art Grant (old (lie board about it at its last meet- A building inspector sug- gested it was "due to faulty de- sign." Hoard was told a health officer had referred to the leak as a "hazard" to health. native son, has been appointed president of EHA Instruments Ltd.. a Calgary based com- pany offering researcb and consitHaLion services in Ihe en- vironmental and research sciences. Dr. Holmes resigned his posi- tion as research scientist will) the inland waters branch of Canada department of the environment to assume man- agement of ERA (Environ- mental Resource Airborne) In- struments Ltd. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordfrcy Ilolmsc, Dr. Holmes received a bachelor of science degree (agronomy and chemis- try) from Brighom Young Unt- "versity In 1952, and a master if science in plant physiology and ecology from Rutgers Uni- versity In 1953. He received his doctorate from Rutgers (soils physics) in 1955, and a master of scienco in meteorology instrumenta- tion from the University ot Michigan in 1061. Following his graduation, he joined the Canada department of agriculture in Ottawa as re- search officer. n 19G5 he transferred to the- geographical branch of Canada department of mines and lech- iiic.il surveys in OKmva in (ho capacity of research scientist where he remained until 1W7. At that time, lie transferred to the Calgary oliice ot Hie in- land waters branch of the Can- ada depnrtmcnl of energy, mines and resources (now Can ada department of (be environ- His most rcrcnt work will (lie government of Canada was concerned wilh airborne sens ing of tbc environment. Ho made a significant scientific contrinulion in the design and construction of an airborne im- mersion sensing system. lie has written more than 40 scientific publications. Mrs. Caldwdl heads hoard of realtors CRAN13ROOK (Special) Believed "firsts" in British Co- himilia, Mrs. Hud Caldwcll of Cranbrook lias hpcn installed Koolonny Ksl.ilo Hoard president al its semi annual meeting recently iit Fairmont. Kirk Gcrow. B.C. Council chairman, snid she was first woman to head a regional board, and also Mrsl wife suc- cessor lo a .male chairman, Bud Caldv, elf, who served ii (his post KevriY.1 yc-.ir.s installed .is Iwo-yoar di rectors were vice-prcsidenl lluck hambcrL and Ted Burns, holh of Nelson, and Howard An- derson of Castlegar. Mr. Duel Mrs. Calchvcll plan Thursday, April 17, W72 THE UlHflRIDGE HERAIO 33 Million tons in 1972? Michel miners shoot for record NATAL (HNS) In years gone by, years of the band- pick, shovel and horsctlrawn coal car when there was no open-pit or strip mining, coal was produced in great quanti- ties. rinnell of Crotvs Nest Industries has provided ton- nage figures for coal produced by thai company from to 1907. Crmvs Xcsl Industries, (hen (he Crows Nest Pass Coal mines at and Car- Coal Creek turned out Inns: Michel tons and Carbonado Ions. Ill 14 of those years, thft out- put was more than a million tons, wilh 1010 the wilh tons. Arthur (iriniley, manager at tbc lions, says Michel Colliery was started in 1900, one year after 10.9 per cenl rnsh dividencl dechirod by Iron Springs Company, operated Michel. Coal Creek bonartn. Michel is slill In operation to allend (lie London. England. er.ialional Real oards meeting lale under Kaiser Resources Lini- Wider lane FORT MACLEOD Mel Fengstad appeared at council for the purpose of requesting a wider lane belu'nd his property in the vicinity of the old hospi- tal site. He was advised (hat this area could be replotted to allow for this extra lane. The question of revising the present sewer line to service this property was also discuss- ed. JACOBSEN. IG ESa. DJffS Choose from electric key or up 'N away starting mowers Zl" KEY START 'Graoini your doein'l 'Plfl irtou' ill Mava IhB beil- loohingTavvn in the neighborhood. MOWERS START AT I CHECK THESE IMPORTANT FEATURES Throttle control on hancflB fat j convaniwwrgl s fold- doVJn hendlel t a JACQBSEN. LAWN PRINCE8 2 HP 4-cvcle i rwl dgrt irtctfing wtyf Slandpipe nets at Nobleford NOHLICFORD The village council held its regular meeting in flic village office recently. It was reported by the public works department that more water was used again in March nan reported one year ago. The slandpipe netted SIM. A new coin-operated meter vill be installed in April. Tt was decided manhole cov- rs vail be installed for easier ccess to water lines. Council also proposes to do ,403 feet of curbs and gutters nd about 71G feel of sidewalks his year. Tins program will complete .11 the sidewalks in the village .ml all the curbs and gutters n the oldest section of town. The purchase of the storage ,hod for village equipment was again discussed, and after re- all quoted prices, tho council has decided on the type ol building. Councillor Lang held a meet- ng with the representative ol he Oldman River Regional banning Commission, Mr. Ho, o discuss the density problem, and since there is no problem this area, council can pro- ceed. Council also granted permis- sion to Alberta Governmenl Telephones for the new loca- ions for hurled cable, This jrogram will proceed in May The assessment equalization of Edmonton has sel as the base for al requisitions to be made on the village by hospital and school boards. Your Jcicobsen Dealers in Lethbridgc and Southern Alberta nrB Hoyt's North Lethbridga HoyKs Downtown Lelhbridge Mortens Pro Hardware Cooldale Vulcan Hardware Vulcan Siegelaar's Hardware Blairmore 'Eiiablers' gel closer to youth FEKNIE "Enablers" are h e backbone of most youll programs, according to Bronl Earle, youth consultant [or the Alberta department of cullnre youth and recreation. "People with feelings, emo- tions and ideas are those who can be enablers for he said. Mr. Earle was speaking delegates at Ihe recent Ens Koolenny recrealion confer encc in Crcslon on youth needs youlh programs and youlh cen tres. 'An adult 'cnablcr' must lis ten sensitively, simplify th hierarchal structure, rear range priorities ann share th' p o e r of dpcision Mr. Karle said. He added that youth adap life styles considering those tbc people around them. For example, if (hose styles seem suitable to them as In dividuals, they will adopt tbei Often, few or no adults will in the circle in which a yonl moves receive personal satis faction from their work, (here fore Ihe youlh may feel Ilia working is akin to punishmcn In further discussing the ro of the adult "cnahler" fo youlh centres, Mr. Enrle cat tioncd delegates that provislo of a facility and a structure program does not neressari' ensure an aclive and Inlcrcste youlb group. The ariulL "rnahlrr" is Impor- tant to Ihe youlh program be- cause he. listens (o the ideas and needs of the youth, sup- ports them, sh.ires rleciKion- making and generally provides Hie opporlunily for things lo happen. 29 hcmd FORT MACLEOD A crlb- hage player's dream was real- ized by Art Esgleson ol Fort Macleod, recently, as he came up wilh a perfect hand, 20. Mr. and Mrs. Kagle.son were enlerlaining Art's sister and brother in law, JUr. and Mrs Melvin Hanson of hridgc, at Ihe lime of the mi- usual event ami needless to say I it was his first 20 hand. ontli, barring siuiilcn call of provincial election by (hen itecl, but Coal Creek, five miles Estate j cast of Ferric, censed opera- next J lions in ami Carbonado, ncc Mr. Caldwcll Liberal omince- lo contest the Koolc- ay constituency. near Morrisscy, 10 miles south of Ferine, was closed in 1909. From these three sources Crows Nest produced a total of tons. sriuxcs The Iron Oil held ils annual meeling in the llnnlsvillc School rccetilly, TliG year lias been a success- ful one wilti a 10.9 per cent cash divideiul amoviiHinr; lo more lhan clared. SIO.OOT being de- lo a co-op cover Ihe reserves [or 1.W3 and W. C. Marpaugh of Calpary, regional manager for southern Alberla. addressed the Kruup. DlslncL 1 area William I.clilanc ol Lellibridgc also spoke. retiring directors, Krl- ward Ili'iter and I'clcr Krais cent tlividend in the sum of I were re-elected for another were also declared, sales increase of fj.-l per cent during the year was noted and cheques were issued lo lerm, Haney will continue In bis capacity as president and Waller F, Boras is secrclary. top year i Coal Creek and two years be- foi r CarlioiKuto. general Aller the Second World War, of the railways lirniiplil slumping markcls and eventual closing of Coal Creek, 1 Hy absorption of Coal Creek I miners al Michel, nnrt Intro- fli.K-tion o( continuous miners and other mechanical ad- vances aloni; relatively small scnlc slriji pro- jduction at Mieliel w.ns pushed close lo the million mark. Mr. Griir.lcy says the under- ground workings ill Michel hr.vc nc'-cr produced a million Ions in nny (me vear. ''Looking ut prncUiciiun fig- ures (ra- the first lew months of IS72 it seems probnhlc lliat with everyone doing his level best, ami using our present 'old' miners, shuttle cars and fancy garden wo shall beat that million Ions a year." r a whole Not since the invention of the outboard molor has Ihoro been a summer fun happening lo equal iha Honda mini trail bike craze! Every year more and more peoplo are taking lo country trails and over Iha fields wilh those delightfullysafeSOand70-ccMiniTrail bikes from Honda. Every member of Ibe ramify will lovetha big, fat knobby tires grip surely In almost nny terrain, and climb like a mountain goal! A way lo teach a youngster control and coordination and make him a sater driver, too. OUT FRONT AGAIN IN 72! SEE YOUR NEAREST HONDA DEALER. DISTRIBUTED BY: CLARKE SIMPKINS HONDA 760 Alderbridge Way, Richmond, B.C. Mini Trail 250A Only weighs 112 pounds, wilh fold-down handlebars so you can lake it anywhere, In your car or boat. 4-stroke engine like Ihe big bikes, ends smokey motors, CT-70 Trail- Fold-down handlebars for easy port- ability. Tough, 5-hp engine. Front and rear brakes. Automatic clutch. Groovy! (Also see the C-70 Deluxo slop-through bike, so easy lohandfe.) CT-90 7 bhp overhead cam, 4-slroke engine, smooth brakes, rugged go-anywhere suspension wim 3-speed transmission. Full lights and salety equipmenl tor driving. ScramblcMOO-MostvcrsalHe Honda of nil. A great on-or-ofl the road machine, under 200 Ibs., yel has plonly of gct-up-and-go. Need a binfjer motorcycle? See Ihe 125, 350, 450, 500 and 750. From Mini to Highly, Honda has it alll Mini-Trail Z-SOA Honda CT-70 Trail SALES SERVICE CHARGEX 1117 2nd Avo. S. Southern Alberto's Inrgosl nnd most progressive Motorcycle Dealer Phone 327-8889 ;