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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta April 17. 1977 Retirement policy bends at Taber New manager Wallace AU material will be re- turned. Address correspondence to J. chairman, soil .sci- and opn-alor it( the Taber Taxi I rnee department. University busimw. AlbiTla, Kdmotilon. ht- coiiduflt'd fvimi the iiid Urn stand cm 3Hrtl SI. ncriiss from the 1'nlact? Ho- Icl. i; iiini M SL-I-VUO has an- Heads Lions CLARESHOLM Gordon Urov.n will succeed Jim Nor- livc duufthU'i- lias belonged to the movement for yoars. To parley Mime is miw a member of llu1 'JO ill Hanoi's, a she [iiicl luo iriuiuN Burked hard lo form. .She is junior leader and pii.st mwnbpr of the Bfich llrcnvnies nnd the 20th (livl dksolulum of par- 1 between and Mvinoy Sninosbuna Mr. Sassa will continue-1 lo operate the service slalion at -ITlli Avc. and SI no change oC TUimc [nr the Mr S.unesUima junied llie scmcL1 slatf cr Me- Poiialcls and Rons, as service man.-iaT nf the Cliev-Okls ga- SI. Chib ssumes of- rage Wins Irip Cindy Ireland, 11, of Brooks, was selected from iipplicanl.5 ninoni; six rural cen- tres in Medicine- Ilnl In rcpre- .sen! the rural AMA School Pa- trols on the annual (o OL Cindy was nominated by her own pr.trol members and also was selected on the basis ot an Hard to the presidency of the Claresholm Lions the now executive fice July 1. Rill Goodc will be firsl vice- president and Hugh Thompson i officers are. Sccre- tary, .lack Dcrochic: trcasur- cr. Mob Thompson; tail twist- er. Tom Goodwin: lion lamer, Eel Nelson. J if vyoir rourney ami Mis f-nry. Ihe daughter Diiiuue Mr. Cal- trustee represent, Division No. 1 convention of Scl nol Trustees' TAI1EK D r FttFlNlE (CP) Town council lias voted to follow Alberta's lend April 30 and switch to Mountain Daylight Time. Communities in British Columbia's East Kootenay region are on mountain lime switch Time same as Alberta. Earlier, the City of Kimberley voled lo keep in step with Alberta and adopt daylight time at the end of the month. Only one alderman was opposed to the move, saying the City of Ferine hastfl (he right lo make such a decision. NANTON The annual golf tournament will be held Sun- day, June -1, and the club cham- pionship trophy will he run off on Sunday, Sept. 17. A green golfers1 tournament will be held Sunday, May 1-5. Expansion of the clubhouse at Hie Nanton golf course was the main topic of discussion at the annual meeting of the Naiilon i Henry Potts At Medicine Hal she com- peted with representatives from i Golf Club. How Island. Burdclt, Empress, j About 50 people were in attcn- Oyen and Hals ton. dance. II has been four years since j a representative was sent to i To AusJralia Ottawa from Brooks, said J. D. Cairns, principal of Hrouks Ele-I "ANNA -After almost 31 years of teaching ministry al the Canadian Bihle College al Hcpina, preparing students for miiiislries at home and abroad. BROOKS Dave Pcnner of I HGV. Murray Downey and Hrooks was one of 23 cowboys liis wife. Edna, a graduate by Napi rnentniv .Scliool. Wilson wins .shared in llif payoff at the FSccl Deer Silver Bucklo Rodeo. A three tiiiie Canadian Prairie Biljle Insfilute, at Three j Hills, leave Canada for Austra- lia lo assist in establishing a i Bible School Uiere. CREEK The a p i Friendship Associalion I recently elected ils new execu- 1 live board in Pincher Creek. Fle-electr-d as president was Henry Polls Vera Gingras was elated as secrelary Ireasnrer and Brenda Hroivn. Agnes Smith, Anita Farvis, Hngii Crow Ea- ple, and Gil Provost won seats 1 as The new board will hold Us next meetinp May I at the cnampion, ne was .second in the steer wresllinp wilh a tinib] Durillg their stay in the Health Centre. of 4.9 seconds. tlicy IiavQ lind thc In firsl. place was Bob Wilson, a 2.7-ycar-old teacher from Ihe Blood Hcscrve nt about GOO go forth to serve in ahoul 40 different countries. Many serve wilh distinction as Christian Kupccz who posled seconds. Need dust Downey is a graduate of Moody Biule Institute, WheaLon College, Wliealon Lions Have you any photographs of prairie dusL storms? The spectacular dust and Chicago Graduate School of Theology. Mrs. Downey is from Provost, MINS) New officers of the Stirling Lions Club were elected recently. Thcv arc Andv Kupccz of Ihe thirties were a frighten-inp sight, yet there are few Canada Grant Kelson, 1st vtce-nresirienl: Bill Merlz. 2nd tures available of MACLEOD Marie vice-hresiflonL: Neil The soil science department i Daisy Weir has received her secretary, Don at thc LniversiLv of Albert a Cord, treasurer; Dan Pengilly naturally conrernecl with was Llic first girl in the Rick Meeks, tail-twisters; conservation and would like district, Calgary, lo re- ham Hogenson and Farrel have some more pictures either the Gold Cord Lion lamcis; Harold Chris- "dusters" or "black Canada Cord which and Don Christenscn, to show what can happen replaced thc Gold year directors; Etdrcd Nil- erosion is allowed to Canada Cord is the and Gordon Shaufert, The department can use honor a Girl Guide can directors. atives, prints or colored officers will begin from which copies will 16-year-old Macleod duties July I. WHAT'S AIIKAD? -While 1hr Pass has had more than one development bnnm in Hip pnsl, don'L count thr area oiil. Milton Conation wild WPS I C'nnailinn Cul- lirrios Ltd., ulipn tlune was rxcrplional jircssurn on na- tural resource drvelnpnionL Ihroupliont i he- 'Pass. iscurn' Oil look nvpr Cunadlan in Ihr area re- cently, .Mr. Conpdcn M as a part ot ihr movn. Scurry Mninhosv lins lirrn carr> mt' out exploration v.ork on liic nld Wr.sL Canadian propcrii for the hvo years and ilir possilnlilies apjicar cvcil- Scurry Ham how is said to taking n hard at the ilnvpbpmcnt possiluh lip.s of its rpsourrp m Ihr 'Pass arm. What hap- pens nrxt, nnil ulien, is am ours lint tlm region is rich In u'ealtli. One of .Mr. .Conxion's tnvorilc topics is I hi- old ghost town oT Mile. Thr (rmn.silc, locator! north of Ilpld'vur. was abaml- nnorl intact sliorlly alter Ilir lisrn of the century, when coal wns Ihr rail line alonfi Ihe river Here's some important underground information for everyone who works on construction sites. Unless you stop to think about it, cutting a buried tele- phone cable not seem like a serious matter, dut it is. Because every telephone cable is a life-line for someone. Hospitals use them to transmit data that lets people live. You use them to contact the polfce, the fire department, your family doctor, and to tell your wife you won't, be home for dinner. And when that same life-line is cut, someone, some- where, may suffer. But don't get the wrong idea. We know the average guy doesn't cut a cable on purpose. We know sometimes cables are cut by accident. We understand. But still; digging up a buried telephone cable can kill. Or keep a doctor from a child. Or let a fire get out of control. You can help to avoid this, Plan ahead. Look for buried cable markers before you move onto a job site. Then call us. We'll send a man out to locate and mark every inch. At no cost to you. And he'll get there as fast as he can. Because we knoVv how important it is that your construction projects stay on schedule., Please help us. AGT CABLE LOCATION SERVICE DIAL "O" (ZERO) AND ASK FOR ZENITH 07128 (toll free, 6'f course) 'ALBERTA GOVERNMENT TELEPHONES WE NEED YOUR TRADES NOW! HAVE A PtEASANT SUMMER... DRIVING A NEW CAR from your FRIENDLY CHRYSLER DEALER! FLEMING MOTORS LTD. y tS-rwW- Corner 7th St. and 1st Avenue S. Phone 327-1591 ;