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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 7, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THS UIHBRIDGE HERAID 7, 1972 Bob Moses buried in ditch FORT MACLEOD (Special) _ A Fort Macleod man nar- rowly escaped dealh in an in- dustrial accident. The 12-toot trench where Bob Moses was laying plastic water pipe caved in and he was bu- ried. The accident took place at the Y of Highways 2 and 3 at the west approach to town. The backhoo operator, Frank Get- gate, witnessed the accident arid called for help. Caretaker Lairy Zehanoviz and members of the const ruc- ion crew rushed lo the scene. Mr. Zehanoviz began digging with his hands. He said: "The soil was a foot over Ms head. It was a clay and gravel mixture and he was upright." After his head was exposed, the machine was utilized to les- sen Hie pressure around his body. Men then freed him with (heir hands. The rescue took 45 minutes. Mr. Moses was taken to hos- pital and treated, lie has since been released. Get no help BRASILIA (AP) Two re- searchers complained that the Brazilian government had de- clined to help them pay for n trip to the Amazon jungle to look for vestiges of the alleged lost continent of Mu. Some ex- plorers said Mu's last residents moved to the remote state of Acre before their continent sank into the ocean years ago. FISHERMEN The number of fishermen In Norway now is estimated at approximately Taber news roundup Million mark within reach TABER (HNS) New con- the former Govbkh property at slruction in Taber continues its 52nd Street. The 100-foot by 60- umvard swing with approval of foot sales and service structure, permits covering bring- valued at is being bull ing the year's total to near one by Getkale Construction o million dollars. Summer Needs For Home or Travel Lethbridge from plans prepared by Hogg, Munro and Associates of Medicine Hat. The other permit was for an residence lor Doug Lacey. To augment Its water stor- age facility, the Town of Taber will build a gallon water reservoir east of the ex- isting lagoons in south Taber to increase capacity to 235 million gallons. Council authorized its consult- ing engineering firm of Reid, Crowther and Partners, Cal- gary, to proceed with the prep- aration of plans and tender doc- U.J 7-Pce. Beverage Set Pisa design glassware. Six big 16-or. tumbler! and 80-oi. pilctier in Avocado or Gold. Gala time is planned at Sparwood NATAL (HNS) Plans for the July I celebrations in Spar- wood are nearly completed. Chairman of the committee, Miss Vallie Quarin reports that a tliird band has been added to the parade, from Libby, Mont. They will join the Kimberley Pipe Band and the Taber Polka Band for the parade. The celebrations start Friday evening with" a campfire. There will also be a teenagers' dance at the Union Hall in Natal and a display of fireworks. Saturday there will be a pa- rade, a carnival, children's rides, a polka festival, a beer 7-Pce. Beverage Set __lumblers and 57-oz. piieher. Choose Gold or Avocado, 2 i.87 umenls for the project The new reservoir will nro- ide storage capacity for irri- ation water (available for only vc months of the year) suffi- ient to handle the town's dom- estic needs year-round, making t unnecessary to operate the river pumping station for dom- estic, use. In other minor business, Coun- cil passed its annual credit bylaw authorizing tern- lorary borrowing of up to {500, WO for town operations needs. NEW BUSINESS Hagen Auto Electric of Lelh- bridge has opened a satelite business in Taber, taking over the Electric Motor Sales and Service business from the late Tak Saruwatari. The new business, to be known as Hagen Electric (Tab- er) Ltd. will carry on the busi ness of motor rewinding and pump repairs, and will have re- built generators and starter for automotive use, includin the sale of new equipment. The refrigeration mainten ance business operated by Mr Saruwatari will be according to Lethbridge mana ger Allan Wheeler. Mnaguig the Taber busines will be Wesley Wlebe who h specialized in motor repairs and Gary Klassen will be coun er and front-end man. LOTS SOLD The mobile home subdivisio in south Taber was initiated ren on all three days of th eekend celebrations. GIFT TO HOSPITAL Harold Ganske, left, chairman of the south Alberta and south eastern British Columbia 15th annual bonspiel, presents Ernie Luini, administrator of the Crowsnest Pass General Hospital, with a color tele- vision set, a gift from ihe lumbermen. Each year the lum- bermen hold the 'spiel In various parts of the district and all proceeds from the event are used for charilable pur- poses. Decaux Photo Mrs. Johnson attends parley to aid nursing aides WINS DEGREE Dr. Anna Malawski of Coaldale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stan Malawski, recently graduated In medicine from the University of Alberta, She Is a graduate of Kate Andrews High School, Coal- dale. Dr. Malawski will be taking a residency at University, Kingston, Onl. COWLEY CNP Bureau! Mrs. Marlon Johnson of Cow- ley, recording secretary of the Provincial Executive of the Al- berta Ceritified Nursing Aide Association and Mrs. Pat Fred- rickson of Wetaskwin, provin- cial president, were the Alberta delegates to attend a meeting of all provincial associations held in Thunder Bay, Ont., for le purpose of forming a na- onal council. All provinces were represent- except Newfoundland. Another objective was to for- mlate suggestions for Canada- ide curriculum and require- ments standards enabling nurs ng assistants to be more mobil n job placements opportunltes cross the country. Travel Seats and Bassinets that give Comfort with Safety _______ USEYOUR EDIT "CHARGE IT" Travel Bassinet Equipped with 3 position hook-over, chrome plated tu- bular Heel legi and carry Inslant folding de- luxe quiited car bed folds flat for easy storage. Your choica Blue or While. ,96 Bill Matheson gives his view 12 Console Model Car Seat Complete with headrest, fits in front or back seat. has a one unit steel frame, a removable front bar wilri o fully padded crolch strap, safety belt which opens in seconds. We suggest you secure your car seat with your car safety belli, Iv Blue, BlacV or colors, Deluxe Car Seat EACH Made from heavy gouge steel lublng deep foam padded seat, back and headrest, deluxe safely belt, deep padded removable front bar with on ad- dilional foam padded safety pad to absorb sudden ihockt. Wa suggest you secure your cor seat ViMth your ear safety belfj. Block only. EACH Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Thursday end Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. College Shopping Mall 2025 Muyor Magrath Drive NOBLEFORD (Special) The 1972 graduating class of Noble Central High was honor- ed at a farewell banquet and dance here recently. The theme was "desiderata.1 The invocation was given by Rev. J. Mantel. Vice principal Hans Liso- wicz introduced the speaker, TV weatherman and reporter William (Bill) Matheson of Lethbridge. Mr. Matheson said: "It Is customary, at occasions such as this, to hold out hope of a jright future; glowing prom- ise; new road ahead for the graduate; and in histrionic terms it is always possible to point out that the future be- ongs to young people and It is p to them to row the boat; on't let the side down; put our shoulder to the wheel; teep your nose to the grind- tone; get. out and get what's otirs; and help the world along. "Progress for its own sake, get ahead, this sort of thing, 'ersonally, I'm going to say his with all sincerity, I think he graduating class, we have lere tonight, is up against par- ticular problems, which, we older people don't know any- thing about. "We had no problems, n o worries, about what we were going to do, because all were anxious lo get through school, so we could join the navy, join the alrforce or join the army or join something, to go out there and learn to be an airman anc go overseas and start shooting people. "After the war, it was pretty well the same thing, becausi industry was expanding. "Students were dull. Nobody questioned their aims. Every thing was cut and dried. Noth ing to worry about. Now it' the other way around. "We have some complainin that the students have n sense of values. They are wil ing to storm the barricades, fo any cause. "Disrespectful; uncommon cative; these conditions aren going lo last. "The world is changing too fast, for any of this to continue. Progress comes as a spin-off for man's insatiable desire to slaughter his fellow man. "Over the past 100 years, o about every 25 years, there has been a war. "Young people have neve been a problem, These sam people, being critized, woul have been heroes, if histor lad repeated itself. So th proglem has lo do with Peace Principal Paul Goldale intro duced each graduand and pa rents. Rev. Moorman paid Iribut to the class with Marvin Wa and responding. Mayor A. H. Lubber, Mrs. M. A. Goldade and Mrs. H. Harbers brought g r e e tings from the community of Noble- ford, the County of Lethbridge 26 school committee and the lome and school association. Susan Paul paid tribute to IB parents with Mrs. Mae aul responding. Elks, OORP officers installed At present both programs of aining and titles of the differ- t provincial oraniza lions ry from province to province. The name adopled for the w council is "Canadian Asso- ation of Practical and Nurs- g Assistants." The temporary officers In- uda chairman, Mrs. Florence lexander of Thunder Bay; co- h a i r m a n, Mrs. Carmel 'Rourke, Montrea; secretary- easurer, Mrs. Johnson and hairman of legislation and by- aws, Mrs. Pat Fredrickson of I'etaskwin. Boy Scout barbecue scheduled BAHONS Hans Rutz wa nstalled exalted ruler of th Barons Elks recently. At the joint ceremony, Ma ene Phillips was installed hon ored royal lady. Other Elks officers are Geo 3e Boer, lecturing k n I g h Hemmeway, 1 e a d i n alight; Gerry Kosta, esquirt Frank Machacek, chaplain Bruce Thorn, tyler; Gerald W bick, inner guard; and Alt 0 sen, secretary treasurer. Past exalted ruler is Hartley Phil- lips. Evelyn Munkholm Is past honored royal lady of the OORP Officers include Jenny Barrier, Margaret Rutz, Jean Crow, Louise. Johnson, Nancy Hem- meway, Ella Barber and Con- nie Curie. Mrs. Munkholm received her past honored royal lady jewel. Pat D e i m n t h received a three-year secretary pin. Supper and dancing followed. FORT MACLEOD (Special) Tire third annual Porcupine Hills Boy Scout Council barbe- cue will be held Saturday, June 10, at the Willow Creek Provin- :ial Park west of Slavery. Supper will be served from 5 to 7 p.m. Highlighting the evening will be Art Dee and the Claresholm band. They will provide rousing music for the guests as they eat their barbecued beef on a bun. Chefs Ray Oilier and Axel Simdquist of Stavely will again be in charge of cooking the roasts. A new twist this year is the I bean hole. Pork and beans will be cooked in pits. All anyone can eat for just pre- schoolers are served free. During the meal a pair of sky divers will drop in for sup- per. Supplying the air transpor- Itation will be Fort Macleod's flying doctor, Johnnie Walker. "Last year more than people attended and a record I crowd is again expected. BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. BICYCLE AUCTION SALE MONDAY, JUNE 12th at 7 p.m. TERMS CASH NO RESERVE AT THE WAREHOUSE 1920 2nd AVE. S. 6 NEW BOYS' AND GIRIS' BICYCLES Including 2-10 Speedi 10 New and Used TRICYCLES 60 to 75 Used Bicycles All All All Condilioni SAIE CONDUCTED BY HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 1920 2nd Ave. S. AUCTIONEERS TED NEVVBY KEITH ERDMANN tic. Ho. 41 Lie. No. 458 MR. MATHESON ;