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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedneiday, Auguit 23, 197? TH? UTHBRIDGE HERA1D 3 Kaiser reports g recor NATAI, (IINS) Kaiser He- sources IJmilecl 1ms recoiled a new record for c-oal out of llobcrts Hank during tlie month of .luly. Durmi! lliat month tlio super port liandicd LDS Church meeting limes TABER (IINS) Sept. 1 marks the commencement of the activity year in the I.DS Church at which time the Tatier First and Second Wards change meeting limes on a two- year schedule. On Sundays, the First Ward will meet in Priesthood Meet- ing at a.m., Sunday School 11 a.m. and Sacrament Mei'l- ing at 6 p.m. except on the first Sunday when this meeting convenes at 12 noon. The Second Ward will hold Sunday School at a.m. Priesthood MeeliiiR at W-A a.m. and Sacrament Meeting at 4 p.m., except on the first Sunday the Sacrament Meeting convenes at a.m. follow ed by Priesthood Meeting a 1H45 a.m. First Ward Relief Sodcl; will meet at a.m. am MIA at p.m. Tuesdays with Primary at 4 p.m. Tluirt days. Second Ward Primary ha. the p.m. Tuesday hour, will MIA held at p.m. ncsdays and flclief Society 2 p.m. Thursdays. TAKKS TItOl'llY STIRLING HNS) Ferri Zaugg, former Stirling Laker basketball player, received an all-star trophy al a tournament in Edmonton. n ships with a total tonnage f short tons. Kaiser Resources has also eporled that as of August 13 he Elkview Preparation Plant icar Sparwood will return to a operation wilh four In recent personnel )avid O'Neil of Vancouver be- maintenance foreman tolKrt Johnson of CranhrooV Has taken on for summer relie: m security, Gordon Walker ol iiurmU bccpmc a maintenance Hipervisor at Harmer Ridge fluniild Epp of Frascr Lake he a pit foreman at Itarmci Kidfie, Fred Kricscn of Lac Lii rouge became a maintenance planner at Manner iliilge am It. W. McPhail became main .etiance superintendent at Har mer Hillgc. Later in Ihe month Kaisei Resources officials are to mec with a fact finding team of th' deparlmunt of education am "Enadian Manpower which i looking into the feasibility c establishing a vocational schoo in the area. A number of site: are Ijcing considered in thi Oanbrook-Kimberley area ant a similar number in the f-'ernii and Sparwood area. Too restrictive NATAL (HNS) Provincia minister of Education Donal L. Brothers asked s c h o o boards all across Ihe provinc to hire B.C. teachers first in letter to School Districl No. (Fcrniej. The board did not accept th letter "as is" bui just in spiri Trustees fell that the was loo rcslrictive. If there were no B.C. tcacl crs qualified Ibey would aul matically look (o a C'anadia who was qualified for the pos lion, and failing lo get a Ca adian, Ihen hire a non-Canac an. MYSTERY OF GRAVE MARKER The mystery ot Fort Mocleod of the wooden grave marker has been wived. An earlier Lethbridge Herqld story brought the following from 0 reader' "The deceased, Bernard tains, was my brother. He was drowned on June 25, 1 908 in on old spillway of Ihe Belly River, midwoy between Ihe farmsteads of and William McNab, long since deceased. Bernard was the son of Robert S., Ihe CPR section foreman at Old Peorce, eight miles eost of Fart Maclead. This unt.mely death caused father to change plans, so he left Ihe railroad and started forming m the Granum district. Mrs. Sarah Rose lister, our mother's mother, wos born or Jan 1, 1833 and died at the ripe old age of 37. She lived with us near Gronum until her death "The writer is Chester R. Vaing, a retired school teacher in Edmonton. They are not from Nova Scolia, as The Herald Correspondent hod believed. lo get teacher for tiny tots Kindergartens overcrowded TABKK (HNS) A need and lemand for extended kinder- la rUm services in was xpressed in information re- icivcxl at the office of Taber Ichcol'Division No, fi. A number of parents would Group sessions planned PINC1IER CREEK fSpecial) The Preventive Social Ser- program of Piiicher Creek and the Crowsnest Pass will be offering their fourlh an- nual series of Human Relation- ships Encounter Groups. Three different groups arc offeree Ink year, beginning the end oi September. Two couples encounier groups meeting during the evening arc planned. The formal will be, as before, meeting approximately two hours weekly for a mini- mum of six weeks each. The other encounter group will lie for housewives and single par ents, meeting in tlie daytime. P e r s o n s seeking psycho- therapy are not advised to par ticipale. The sessions offer in-dcpth learning experience lor i r c a d y healthy person wishing to understand them solves heller, especially regard to their marriage rela lions and child rearing. Family counsellor Dave llcmbling will conduct (h e groups. He received his post graduate training in counselling and group therapy at the Texas Medical Centre, Houston. Application forms are avail- able from Preventive Social Services, Box 1513, Pinchcr Creek. Deadline lor registra- tions is September 22. ike to have their pre-school children enrolled in kindergar- en classes but tlie two cstab- ishcd classes hero are already ivnrcrowded. There appears to enough iny tots to set up a third class. Interested parents are requested lo contact James L. Jeorge. Provincial regulations require hat kindergarten teachers hold valid teaching certificate or certificate in kindergarten metlxxls. To attend a child must be in his (or her) immediate pre- school year, and classes are limited to 2.5 for a single teach- er, or 35 for one teacher and a teacher aide. Accommodations jnust meet all health, fire, safety and zoning Council lo pay third oi cost NATAL (IINS) At the re- quest of the Sparwood Volun leer Fire Department counci agreed to honor a previous commitment to pay one Ihirtl of th Ihe public nnrl interested jwrsons are wel- come to jdtoniL Seereljtry Iroasurer H. M. meetings arc1 held the fiisl Monday (if each month iit p.m. anrl on the third Mondny nl to a.m. apron loijether with nclrqiiiitc Ixinndary elearanees. Itcc-enlly announced u'.'is nil appropriation of for ttie construction of Ihe paved air- porl which iinw awaits the legal acfinisilion of Ihe lanfl. placed be.sido clikrs SAIflON (Renter) -The U.S o m m a n d published here five photographs lakcti by air force pilols over Norlh appnrenlly showing gun posi- tions and storage areas on or beside dikes. One unusually low-level pho lograph clearly showed (we heavy gnn emplacements sunk Ilic top of a dike. T h o oilier plmlograptv- showed thousands of oi! dnirm slorcd IK-Me in Ilic rnmrnnnd's capliints desei ihod as Ihe Hanoi and Haiphong areas. l'-S. officials have d en i ed Nnrfli Vielnfimese claims (hat American planes arc deliberately damaging the massive dike syslem, which holds brick monsoon-sen son flr.od walei's from population areas in Ihe lied Hivcr Delia and along Ihe consl. Parkland Junior Secondary industrial arts, science and home economics space is near- est completion, set for Oct. 1 occupation. The double shifts will he limited to Muriel Bax- ter Elementary where eight new classrooms will double ac- commodation. Its two outpost primary class- es in the public library build- up will return and convention- i! building addition under way will make space for another six classes. Oct. 15 is objective date for conventional school day for il.s Hi classes. Koiir-rcom new (Ionion Ter- race primary is expected to be ready for occupation in mid- November. Meanwhile, its en- rol menl, with principal Bruce Williams, will jjllcnd at non- classroom space at nearby Amy Woodland Elementary. Pupil (ally for 1971-72 was about and increased by about 500 for 1072-7.1. This in- cludes kindergartens for five- vearolds on half-days which will number about eight classes in Iho various elementary schools. The pupil increase results from Influx of new population ralher than natural population increase ami thus is at every Meads society t; Mrs. T'ldiia Unkrr IH-C-II Kiislt'iiiU'cl ;iii (he new prrsidntl nf MIP Kr- lir( Society for the- Mormon Omrcli. ]lor :ito Mrs. Ant) IlirsrlK? anrl 'Hirliiia IVr- rclt. Mr.s. Klsit: IVrrelt will fuii'irmc ;is secretary. 'i'linvr n'U-.iscil "fram Iliis "'ion v. Mrs. lliiillry find ctHLiitilloi" Mrs. Oxloy. Harold Kane part comes also from the solid public support of kindergarten prngram for school readiness. Const nicl ion siiperintcmleni Arthur .lours is supervising a! new luiilding. which was under- taken durinp the Irak's unions cmiiriiel hangup s I a I'ti UK in eai'ly spring, rind Ihe hnurd has been ils own con- traclor for the program. rrnlal raicri lo rrvicwoct Swimathon scheduled at Foremost FOREMOST (Special) Foremost Lions Club will stage a swimathon on Saturday, Au-1 gust 2b at 2 p.m. Proceeds from the ssvimathon will used lo defray expenses incurred during the operation of the poo! during the summer. Swimmers will have a maxi- mum of 20 minutes swimming lime to complete as many lengths as possible, or alterna- tively, a maximum of 40 lenpllis. They arc sponsored