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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Pipeline request tabled CRANIWOOK (tSpccialj Sliollpac Research and Develop- ment Ud., planners of a coal- slurry pipeline across EOLithern British Columbia to Roberts Uank port, lias u.skcd of Us plans in writing from the Regional District of East Root- enny Board. Tho RUbrnissi on was lablwl after consideration of and the confidential map for the line across UDEK, Alboria Natural Gas has its 35-inch nat- ural gas 100-mile export line already from Crowsnest to Kmgsgate across Uie southeast comer of the province and largely through wilderness. Slieilpac line, it approved by Ihe federal government as out- lined, would require a different right-of-way, and the Itoard dc clmed support until iLs tcchni pal planning committee could examine its ecological implica lions, Bible scbools held, Coalilalc COALDALE (HNS) Aboul 100 youngsters iire attending the daily vacation hihle school at the John Davidson School here with Mrs. Frank Gocrtzen co-ordinalor. Some of Uie classes plan to tour the Sunrise Ranch and all collections during the two weeks of classes TAT 11 he used to assist in the operation of the ranch, Final program of the school will be held Friday at 7 p.m, in the Davidson School, The Coaldale Mennonilo Brethren Church Is also con- ducting a daily hihle school with Mr. and Mrs. Peter R icr Jr. the coordinators. Final program !R Friday at 8 p.m, in the church. Busy agenda for visitors NEW DAYTON (HNS) A total of 21 Young Voyaqcurs from Ottawa where recent guests of the Warner and New Dayton communities. Slaying at the homes of Owen Schocn ant Mary Ann Fuller were Lorraine Arazin and Tina Zygowski. Tho Ottawa girls were fascin- ated by southern Alberta farm- ing methods and saw their firsl grain elevator, A camping trir to Watcrton Lakes and a lour of Uie Elm-spring HuLlcritc Col ony were other high points of Interest. They also visited Writ- ing-on-Stonc Park and the Jap ancse Garden in LcthbruEge. ARE MEN REALLY MEN ANYMORE? men win the hrcncl pinglo-hnndedly? Should Llicy repress their inner feelings, find always take the iniUnl.ivc 5n sexual intercourse? Many younger mo taking a rlifTernuL view. In the AuguKt issue of Hcnder's Digest, rend how siien ore discovering a new land of freedom nnd perl Kips even a new source, (if mris- culine strength, Cfcl ihe J'acta on "The New pnoof35arliclcfiand foalu an AugnHt Rcader'ft Digeu at your newraUunl locluyl Auguil 2, 1972 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 Rodeo action at Coaldale COALDALE CIINS) This, year's Coaldafc Kin.smen Rodeo, promises to be the on rec- j ortf. i It will get under way Satur- av aflenxwn at I wo o'clock part of the annual Coatdali1 >eUler Days' celebrations, ot ic Kinsmen rodeo grounds on ic east end of the town limits, Rodeo co-ordinator is Larry her. A mwry-go-rouml and a ame of chance will he in op- ration on the grounds and the oaldale Kinetics will have a once.ssion booth. Tlie Kinsmen has also rc- cived permission to operate a eer garden Saturday Irrim a.m. to alter midnight, a.m. This year marks the first the Coaklalc rodeo has >ecn affiliated with the Chin- >ok Rodeo Association, which ncludcs southern Alberta, northern Montana, Saskatche- wan and British Columbia, on an amateur level. Experienced rodeo partici- pants from many centres are to sec action with McGowan Rodeo of Lcthbridgc the stock contractor. Deadline for entries is Friday at 6 p.m. with information available from Larry Ober at 345-3270, Norman Ober at 3848 or Gordie Ross at 328-0858. Events planned are hareback bronc riding, saddle bronc rid- ing, bull riding, wild horse race, women's barrel racing. THUNDERHEADS add to the contrast o Tlia clouds also add OVER THE 'PASS Heavy, black storm cloud: if ihe mountain valleys in the Pass area. to the beouly of 1he mountain scenery. For in the cenlre background is Crowsnest Mountain and the Seven Sisters as seen irom high elevation of Ihe Crowsnest Pass Decoux Photo Top calf honors to Trudy Akitt CARMANGAY (HNS) Tru- ly Akilt of Cannanftay captur- ed first place in the Barons 4- Club baby beef class at the recent -1-H show. Family reunion allracls CAKUSTON fUNSJ The I. Uenry Tanner family sur- prised their mothor when (hey gfLlhfrcd in Uie Lion's in "anlslon fur a family reunion. There were 120 of the im- ficciiate family present. This included all eight living chil- dren. Tlie members of the family gathered from as far