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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Pass'words ass high BLAIHMORE (CKP Bureau) The 1971-72 tcnlative staffing list for the Crnwsncst Pass Consolidated School is .'is follows: Grade 9 Mrs. L. Coiilhil Her, Mrs. II. Maxwell, Mrs. A. Spatuk, Mrs. A. Rout-head, R. Stretch, B. DCCOHX. Grade Mrs. M. Giza, R. Franz. Mrs. A. While, Miss N. .J. McKay, Mrs. A. Forti'iiaso, Grade R Castellarin, Mir. .V '-'c-rra. Miss N. Kimoto, F. school staff Ben Gee. Grade 12 J. Hoj- man, D. Hallon, B. Kutchcr, II. Hall, S. Richards. Library Mrs. M. Quail, Home lieono- inics Mrs. M. Quarin, and i Mrs. D., Industrial Aits D. Dccecco, Physical Edu- cation F. Capron and K. Braithwaite, Business Ecluca- j lion Mr. G. F. Draffin, sec- ond vice principal A. Slo- jak. First rice principal L. J. Wilson. Principal E. Price. Wednesday, Auuusl 11, 1971 THE IEIHBRID5E HERALD 3 BOYS camp at Lynx Creek BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) A lolal of 22 Ijoys from com- munities ol Cole-man, Pincher Creek, Foi( llaclcod. Leth- bridge. Brocket, and ShRuna- von, Scsk., participated in an intermediate hoys' camp in the Lynx Creek district recently. 'Lectures on firefighting and the duties o[ fish and wildlife officers and park wardens wre given by Del Hereford from Coleman'' Bernie Arnold, fish and wildlife. Pincher Creek, and Dennis Lamby from Beau- vais Lrkc Provincinl Park. George Browsier. chief war- den of Alberta, lectured on hush survival. Then the hoys left on an overnight survival hike. They were also given instruc- tion in map reading and the use of the compass. Mrs. Bil- liard from Fort Macleod volun- teered ss camp cook. Firewood slolcn i'rom camp area BLAinMORE 'CNP Bureau) i time and that the situation is Forest Superintendent G. A. made worse by some persons Longwoiih IIHS informed The burning more wood than is ac- HeraJd that along Ihc in-' luall] necessary. crease'1 L'fic of the forest rcc- j Mr. Longworth also stated il reation areas has conic an j is an offence to discard glass abuss of the services provided I or any refuse in a forest except for public enjoymenl. j by burying i' or placing it ui a Specifically, Mr. Longworth container provided for that pur- commented on the removal, pose. (stealing) of firewood from rec- i Incidences of persons remov- reation areas and stockpiles tables and facilities from within Hie forest reserve. designalcd areas has ako been Slating that it is an offense B under the forests act to remove reported. any property belonging to the I Reports of people r a cing Crown from public lands wilh-1 around the areas in vehicles, out authority." Mr. Longworlh using highly profane language, pointed out lhat a ease of fire- and carrying on in an annoying wood theft has been processed manner well after the accepted through the court and a con-, time of 11 p.m. are common, viciion has been obbinw! j Superintendent Longw orth Firewood is now marked and i maintained that little can be insne-'lioiis of vehicles "ill he done unless these people are carried out suspected caught in the act or if those of- has occurred. fended are willing to n a m e The superintendent comment- those responsible for the of- ed that often entire loads of fense and if necessary, appear wood disappear within a short in nourt TANK CARS LOADED WITH GRAIN AT COWtCY Load six tank cars a day COWLliY (HNS; In mi ef- fort to keep Ihc grain moving, the f.PU has for the last yarn using a lank type of car Innft used for moving pot- ash, dry cement and sucii cnr- gUF. Apparently such car.s wero used for polash only a few monlhs of Ihc year. After an in- tensive cleaning these cars aro now used for grain during tho of Ihc your. s of this lypo have never hi ore been in Cowlcy. is past Arnold Tollef- son, Pool agent here, so- rlllTd .srvrtvil has been busy loading them, Thr unusual shape of cars loading has Ihc alten- tion of Ihc public to (heir use. I Ac'.wding lo Mr. Tollcfson Hie, D are three sizes of these bnslicls up lo biishcls. Tlie chief difficulty in loading is the spnuls arc loo I lo-v for easy connoelion from (lie elevator lo the Kvenlnally cad: clcvalor will have two loading snouts lo fa- cilitate easy hnmtling. By continuous 'oading Mr. Toljpfson calculates he can load E.S many as six of the tank cars per dav. In unloading (hcsc the process is extremely simple. The loaded car i.s1 spoiled over Ihc appropnale bin and huge slides alimfi lln- hnltoni :ire J niH'iicd. Coinnarc Iliis wilh Ihc nld type inelhnd win-re lln- en tire car had lo be. lifted and i tipped to empty it. CANADA'S NATIVE FRUIT Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Peliol are delighled wilh Ihcir Mackinlosli apple Iree ot Fort Maclcod. It's five years old and despite beng moved ihis year is again about to bear fruit. It's Canada's native apple, discovered many years ago in Ontario and now famous for its delicious flavor. Driver Iraiiiiug is jniniiueut BLAIRMORE Bureau) I Tliose interested in Persons nuclei' 25 years of The AMA will sponsor a I "S contact Ihc AM A age nrc eligible [Or an insur- driver-'raining course in the near future. TOP PETS AT COALDALE Carey Ant ol and his two little sisters Lori and Shannon show their five-monlhs-old broiler Speckles that won the "youngest best decor- ated pet" al the recent southern county recreation area pot show at Cooldale. Jody Doram shows Dangerous Dan, a classy pooch that won the "most clever and most original' pel Iropby. Veronico Stolons terrier Trixie was the "besl behaved'' and Anlhony Seberg won Ihe iropliy for "youngest and oldest.' Speckles brings home the baeon driver training department, Lelhbridge, 3rd Ave. S. or phono 328-1771. ance rate discount upon com- pletion of the course. COALDALE (UN'Sl _ If you are a five month old broiler with beautiful brown and urhke feathers, there is no doubt you M'in first prize in the best decorated section in a pet show. That's precisely what Speck- les, the broiler, did for his mas- ter Carey Anlol in the recent pet show sponsored by the play- ground leaders of the southern regional county recreation board. Carey's pet chicken also tool; firsl prize in the youBResl class Jody Dorani's daschund. Dan- gerous Dan, won tho most ori- ginal trophy and also tbe most clever pet. Veronica SUddon's pel ter- rier. Trixie. won the trophy for the best behaved pet. She was doi d up as K'dl, scaring a yellow and msiive collar and a tail decoration in the same color combination. The tail hair was trimmed in layers. Sandy, owned by Anthony Se- berg, was the smallest and old- est pet in the shoiv and ivon two Irophies. TYNAN KANT-SAG CHESTERFIELDS Truly a Huge Selection Featuring TYNAN'S Famous KANT SAG Construction Guaranteed 10 Years! Slnwiglh Ihro Jura Rrititri India Choose now from our big stock which includes COLONIAL CONTEMPORARY AND MODERN STYLINGS All available in newest decor- ator durable fabrics 'and presently on display at Capitol! These typical examples are just a few of the many on display and Sale Priced! Contemporary Suite Styled to odd a distinctive touch. Kant-Sag construction. Qualify nylon cover. Manu. Reg. Lisl Price SUMMER SALE Conservative Modern Styling Safn and chair with Kanl-Sag conslruclion, attractive flora! Contemporary Suite A special saving on this Kant-Sag sofa and choir. 3 seatcr style, covered in heavy nylon, floral pattern, choice colors. Manu. Reg. List Price SUMMER SALE, ONLY cover. 4 cushion styling. Monu. Reg. List Price SUMMER SALE, ONLY Transitional Styling Konl-Sag conslruclion Heavy cover. Mnnu. Reg. Lisl Price SUMMER SALE Colonial Tyna Bed Suite Colonial bed chesterfield and chair. Bright floral iiery. Comfortable spring filled natlresi. Manu. Reg. List Price SUMMER SALE, QNIY ?459 Ultra Modern Suite comfort, Knnl-Sag construction, J00% nylon up- liolstcry. Foam cushions, 4 scolpr slylo. Monu. Key. Lisl Price SUMMER SALE, ONLY Modern Styling '399 4 cushion hi-back sofa and chair. Nylon cover, contem- porary slylc. Mcinu. Reg, Lisl Price SUMMER SALE, ONLY............. Modern Styling Loose back cushions. This Knnt-Sag so Fa and choir i designed for casual living. Heavy (wt-i-J nylon covers. Mcinu. Reg. List Price SUMMER SALE '399 CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE! OPEN TILV 9 P.M. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT! FREE DELIVERY IN OUR TRADING AREA! 326 5tli South Phone 327-8578 CHARGEX CARDS WEICOMEI ;