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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Booster bid slalcnialc is created J'INCilKIl CHKKK (Special) A private firm of radio and television engineers in Ottawa lias fipparcnlly created a slale- irt i'inchcr Creek's bid lo install 71 local Iwoslcr station lo inci' television recep- tion hero. A survey brief was sent to the Hoard of Itroadcasl Gover- nors in Ottawn, requesting n iicnrcc to operate u .small re- pealer unit increase Ihe sig- of CKCN-TV ant! CMOC-TV lo facilitate bettor reception in the town. The application turned over to the consulting engineers for Tin opinion on the workabi- lity of a one-watt retransmit- ter. It claims, theoretically at least, that the installation, of is booster of this nature is not practical. The federal board has re- quested that a scries of sanc- tioned tests ha made through- out the (ownsitc (o see what in- crease in reception can be at- tained hy private receivers if the signal is A team of technicians from CKCN, under the direction of R o n Nnrdquist, has completed a new lest .scries for presentation lo the government whicli indi- cates that a retransmitted sig- nal is quite practical. Cardstoii team wins CAIIDSTON (HNS) Both the LDS First Ward men's slow pitch Softball (earns were successful in Ihe zone playoffs helrl in Kdmonton. The junior team, coached by Bhuel Allred was first. win- ning all four games. senior team was coached by Gordon Wcnner, and took second place. Blaine Bunnage and Mark Bcazer were all-star selections from the senior team. All star Viinners from the Junior team were Perry Wcn- ncr and Dennis Brooks. Don Browne was voted the most valuable- player. Both teams will be taking part in the all-church finals which will he held in Seattle Aug. 17, 13 and 13. Scwcr main lenders called CRANDROOK (Special) Pinecresl Highland sulxlivi- sion sanitary sewer installa- tion is up for tender with jcctive of service by the end of 1972. Cost estimate is 000 with cily responsibility 90G for the main to serve the 305 developed lots. Last minute amendments were requested by those prop- erly owners within the local improvement area the bylaw covers, and Ihe bylaw has re- ceived final reading. Repayment of the these local ratepayers have undertaken cnn tie cither Immediate cash, or the amount can be amortized over 15 years as local improvement tax. Rnlc is based on per-service, instead of front footnge for each prop- erty-owner. Magralh nuin earns degree MAGRATIl (HNSl H. Kent CrooksUm, son of Mrs. Usadorc Crookslon of Mngrnth, has awarded n Ph. D. in plant physiology from Ihe University of Minnesota, lie earned bis U.S. degree in agronomy at lirigham YminR University in anil his M.S. plant physio- logy in III7D at Ihe University of Minneorila. Now MTitirmrd al Ilir T.clli- brirlpn Slnfion, ho li.ns hern air.'ir'Jprl a rliK-- Ifii'a" fellowship from Hie Imruil Hesenrch Council of Can- ada. Joturdoy, Augui! 12, 1772 7H( ItTHBRIDGl HCTAID 3 Mountain Gianf northwest of Crowsnest Pass School bells ring in, Taber and district Aug. 28 154 teachers assigned duties TABER (HNS) The 154 of the teaching staff of School Division No, 6, of which six are on part-time .service, have been assigned their responsibilities. The new school term in the division of- ficially opens Aug. 23 with stu- dents reporting the following day, BARIFWELL SCHOOL liiru teach' ers: Rex Cahoon, principal, gradei lo 7; Btverly Johnson, vice-principal, sde 8; Mrs. Lucille Perry, grade 5; rr.i-s. Ru1h Ann Johnicn, grade 6; Lloyd S- Erkkiwi. grade 4; Mrs. Joan Anderson, grade 3; Mrs. Wllla Fedor, ?rade 2; Mrs. Audrey Krliian, grade Morgan Johnioo, grades 7 to 9. CHAMBERLAIN SCHOOL, Grassy Lake 11 teachers: Richard G. Inson, principal, grade 13; Cynthia English; Mrj. Helen G. Clem- Is, grade George H. Hamltlon, grade 10; Mrs. Pat Jones, grades i and it Mrs Laurrl Rertd, grades 1 and 3; Audrey Rctl, icicnee li- brary; Roberf Seaman, social iludltv Patricia Sinclair, qradcs 3 and 3r Rachel Woodruff, t and i; Mrs. Sandra Vafgardson (part ENCHANT SCHOOL Six: teachers: Srpgdried Jabs, principal, 9; Linda Melfom, grades 7 and B; Mrs. H. Crwrlolfe Pelcrswi, grades 6; Jurw A. grades 3 nnrl Ved-ra ft. WiesN grades 1 and 2; tfti. Vera (part HrreJ. HAYS SCHOOL Nina teachers: Joseph S. Engel, principal, grade 9; David G. Tffwnsend, vke-prlncfpal, grade fir WTS Bertha Brandon, grade 3l Mrs. [-mma Engel, librarian! MM. Penny grade S; Dfune TerfesXI, grades 1 and 1; J James WicK- enhelser, grade B; Mrs. Delcres suk, grade 7; Judith (part KI If HI BURGH SCHOOL Three grades 5 nnd A; Mrs. Cecelia Harl! 1 nnd Mrs. Eva Peterson, gradei 3 and 4 (part 1imeK R MYERS HfGH SCHOOL, M teachers: Dorald V. KU- baclc, principal, Donald Ferguson, vlce-prfnclpal, Rell G. Francis, vice- principal r Arfhur A. Anderson, busf- ness education; Rex H. Anderson, sci- ence f Mrs, Carrna Anderson, home economics; Junior C. Bailey, Indus- Jrla! errs; Donald R. Baldwin, mathematics; Mrs. Anne Marie blologyr Mrs. Doj-a E. Brown, art; Mrs Laurie MAMM'P. THINKS si VON'TASK Sandy Glen, Ago 13 St. Catharine, Ontario Send your cartoons IB The Lethbrldge Herald, or Mrt. Helen Kovacs, Rat 610, Lethbrldgc, Alberta. Bonanza Day best yet MILK RfVTiiR (HNR) Milk River's ftflti annual Bonanza U.iv.s wn.s hold in ideal wralhor ami Iflbellrd hy Ixith officials and the public ns the best yet. was plenliful for Hid parntlc. Thn inclusion and par- ticipation of the Shriners1 Des- ert Corps aixl band from briclge provided considerable amusements as well as enter- tainment, and (he impressive wing of various floats and olhcr entrants in various cvonKs v.u s IKT aid ed I ty I lie Sky Line fife rJnnn ham] frnm Grout Falls. Monl. There a considerable, in- crease in exhibits and the num- ber of hobby entries was nlsn COMPETITION FOSTER PARENTS FOR BLOOD RESERVE GROUP HOME, STANDOFF, ALTA. Open fo all interested couples. Group Home accommodates Ilir public SrliMhile rolls fm two days for Knolenay, Warren arrives liy airline al Monday and the. day's program includes also ;in early evening hot line session on (ho local radio station, then a car cavalcade, er.dinj; at a later evening rally at (he. KP Hall. Tuesday afternoon's will at Kimberley, ronclud- iiiR an open informal meeting at Kimljcrley's C'cnlcn- ninl Hall and a conference Kimlwrlcy's cily officials Wed- nesday morning, prior lo Jii.s airline morninR deparlnre. Shower held MONARCH (HNS) Friends and neighbors gathered al the Monarch school auditorium lo honor Marilyn Mill) a miscellaneous shower. Assist- ing in opening tho gifts wcro fleraldino Cliristman, Ruth Pelcrs and Carolinn fjiislnm. She will lioromo the lirido of Helmut. I' Lo! Bonila in women's play while a team from 117 tile men's New this year ivas the chil- dren's pet competition which attracted many entries. One of Ihe main contributors to the entertainment and gen- eral enjoyment of Ihe crowds in attendance was a group of young musicians, the Southern Playboy.s. They played for street danc- ing during the breakfast hour and joined their tnlenls with the Himimel Sisters for a var- iety concert in the afternoon. Tliey abo played for anolhcr street dance ill the evening. Success has marked al! the Bonanza events which prom- ises to Ixvome n major eastcrn attraction. Milk River's Anila Ncal lours Europe MILK TilVKR Keal. of Mr. anrt Mrs. Ilarolrl Noal nf Milk River, lias Ml to take part in an exten- sive lour, under (lie sponsorship of tlio provincial (IrpnrlnirnL of ngriculhirc. Tlip gioup, nflcr fly- to will pro- rcofl I o I lels i nki anH t lien In Ixmingrarl vrhcro they will spend two days, A Ihrcc-rlay visit to Moscow Is planned licforo proceeding [o Alfilmo, Sweden, lliey will also cities in Denmark before departing for Germany nrd a lo agricultural in- stitutions, a boating excursion nn Ihe Rhine ami a lour of Donn and KraniJiu't, Chomsny, social sludics; Mrs, Lois G. physkar educalion; Willi- m J, Duffee, English; Malcolm Ed ards, muilc; Robert Hagel, coun- fflor; Patricia Griffin, etrono- Johns Crip :lal studies; Sharon Jones, English; Lylo C- main- emstics; Roy Krahn, librarian; Peter Lenr, studies; EM en Lllch- field, social studies; Lurk, sci- ence; Thomas. J. Miller, business ed- callon; William N. Morrison, English; Ron- aid Murphy, French; David Nelson, physical education; Nad Niehon, studies: Ruby Frandsen, English; Alice O'Dwyer, special educarion; A- Rex Schneider, Industrial arls; Raymond H Sheen, EngKshj D. Paul Stevenswi,