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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 8, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta District doings Heads council COALDALE (HNS) Diane Oshiro recently was elected president of Ihe H. I. Baker School junior Iiigh student coun- cil. Olliers elected to lake olfice this September: Blair Frache, vice president; Domia Tokarluk, secretary; Marion treasurer; Gerald OnL- keart, assistant treasurer; so- cial convener, Diane Temple- ton; sports director, Wayne Tsukisliima; publicity director, Connie King; and business manager, Ralph Beyer. Tennis clinic COALDALE (HNS) A ten- nis clinic will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday, June 8, at the Mc- Nally School tennis courts. Instructor will be Wayne Bowes. The clinic is sponsored by the Lelhbridge County 26 south- ern regional recreation board. Players are requested to bring their own equipment. Tlie clinic is open to adults and to students over 16 years of age. Scout walkathon SPARWOOD scouts of the First Natal Troop, Sparwood, and 23 cubs of the First Sparwood Cub Pack took part in a Walkathon here re- cently. The boys walked 11 miles from Crowsnest to Spanvood, to raise funds lor a future rec- reation complex and swimming pool. Money raised by the cubs will go to the rec- reation complex and money raised by the scouts will go to- wards a swimming pool. First drop-out of the walk was scoutmaster Mike Pasko- vich's dog, Ben. He had tug- ged Mike along for more than 10 miles. Bert Lyne donated for Ben's effort. The first scout to cross the finish line was Blair Peebles. The boy rasiing the m o s money will receive hockey equipment and a knife, the one raising the second largesf amount will receive a compass The boys and their leaders hope to raise Awards presented GRANUM (HNS) Sunday school perfect attendance awards were presented in thi United Church here recently. Mrs. E. Griffey, Sundaj school superintendent, mad presentations to: Joanne Dur lop, eight-year bar; Kim Sulli van, seven-year bar; Phil Sulli van, seven-year bar; Elaine Dunlop, six-year bar; Caro Ferret, six-year bar; Brencl Ferret, six-year bar; Dawn Sullivan, five-year bar. Others receiving award were Leanne and Marna Clark received three-year bars anc Judy and Vicki Mason, pins, Mrs. Pat Cox described VE rious camps held throughou the year for different ag groups. Banquet held NOBLEFORD The Canadian Girls In Train Ing held their annual Mother Daughter banquet in the base ment of the Nobleford Unite Church recently. Wand Luchia paid tribute to tb mothers, with Mrs. Lnchia re- sponding. Rev. Cliff Parks talked abou the problems young peop! must face in a changing world The Leader, Mrs. Lois Han gave a short address, projec ing her aims for the c o m i n year. After the banquet, th girls went to Lelhbridge to bowling. Thursday, 8, 1972 THE LE7HBRIDGE MRALD 3 Zaugg wins degree STIRLING (HNS) Thomas David Zaugg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred F. Zaugg, received a bachelor of science degree in chemical engineering at the University of Alberta, The convocation was held re- cently in Ihe Jubilee Auditori- um, Edmonton. He altcnded schod in Stir- ling, matriculating from Grade 12 in 1966. He was of the high school s1 coun- cil. TO SA1T NOBLEFORD. (HNS) Marlaine Hann of I he Noble- ford district ras entered the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology at Calgary to take a nursing aide course. After lu's first year at (he university he served a mission for the LDS Church in France and Belgium, returning to the same university in the fall of I960. VEW ARE DANGEROUS Only a dozen or so of the. more than 250 varieties of sharks are dangerous to man. BOY SCOUTS FLOAT DOWN RIVER Scouter Heber Beazer and 28 Boy Scouts of the Fort Macleod 2nd Boy Seoul Troop float down the Oldmon River on a Colorado j river raft. They sailed from the Waterton Dam to Kipp with District Commissioner Lew Blair joining them for the lasl part of the voyage. Swihart Photo Art display and show at Coaldale COALDALE (HNS) There will be a display of art work rom all grades from 7 to 8 o'clock tonight in the fine arts room in the R. I. Baker School iiere. Everyone Is urged to come and view the work done during the school term by the stu- dents. William McGralh is in charge. At 8 p.m. there will be Theatre for Children entitled "The Clown Who Ran Away" by the Grade 9 drama class, directed by Murray Robison. Winners plentiful at Barnwell meet Heavy snow hits B.C. lumbering CHANBROOK The staggering 1071-72 winter snowioad in the Kootenays and delayed runoff are showing up in the Nelson Forest District sawlog scale. It covers bolh East and West Koolenay measurements by the B.C. Forest Service. May's total sawlog scale was cubic feet, down from previous May's cubic feet. Spruce, leading species but strictly lu'gh altitude, dropped from 6.4 million to 3.8 million feet and was the biggest loser. Cedar showed a slight gain to just under one million feel. Other major species down. Tally for the year to May 31 is cubic feet, down 10 per cent from the correspond- ing period last year. Some of the smaller lumber manufacturers are shut down because of log shortage, but East Kootenay's big three Crestbrook Forest Industries Ltd., Evans Forest Industry Ltd. and Crows's Nest Indus- tries Ltd. are continuing at capacity production on winler yard storage. Logging at lower levels has resumed with cold-decking bu logs cannot yet be hauled on because of soft roads and very late runoff. High-logging areas are still inaccessible. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vemon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phona These Are The Lcthteidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area BLACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY P.O. Box 148 CRANBROOK NANCY MIIES 304 5th St. S. ETZIKOM MRS. THEKIA EHNES Gen. Del, FOREMOST GEOFF. TAGG Box 38J FAITH MRS. THEKIA IHNES Gen. Del. Contact these peopto tor your District News or Classified Advertising BARNWELL (HNS) Win- ers were plentiful at the an- ual Barnwell Track and Field neet. First-place in the oys' 6 and 7 class were Mar- Quality of coal monitored NATAL ervisor, Quality Control. The main responsibility of the central laboratory is to be a watchdog on the quality of he coal produced at the Elk- v i e w Preparation Planl, the Vlichel Tipple and the coke pro- duced at the by-product plant. To meet the strict demands of the coking coal .market, the laboratory has to perform va- ried and complex tests on the A quick method of distin- guishing between coking and non-coking coal is a free swell- ing index test. One gram (about 0.05 of a pound) of fine- ly ground coal is weighed in a silico crucible and heated in a FSI furnace for two minutes al a controlled temperature. This results in a coke butlon which will have different heights Non-coking coal will not pro- duce a coke button. Coking coals will give a FSI value o! one to nine depending on the height of the coke button. Routine tests are also made for per cent ash, per cent vola tile matter and per cent sul phur. Kaiser also commission ed recently a well-equipped pe Irographic laboralory stafferactised in partnership with lis father, Lionel Jervis, in the irm. of Vivian, Thomas and Jervis. After his arrival In Alberta Mr. Jervis served under ar- i c I e s with Mr. Turcott and completed the Bar Admission Course. He was called to the Alberta Bar by Chief Justice J. V. H Milvain at the supreme courl sittings at Fort Macleod May 17, entitling him lo practise as barrister and solicitor in Al herta. Mr. Jervis and his famil; look an instant liking to Pinch er Creek due considerably tc the warm hospitality they re- ceived and for which they ex press their thanks. Auxiliary meets NOBLEFORD (S p e c i a The Nobleford Ladies Auxiliary of the Royal Canadian Legion decided to make contributions to the Cancer fund, the Poli Fund, the Heart Fund, the pro vincial bursary fund and th provincial hospital fund at i recent meeting. It was also decided to pre sent crests to the junior girl (Road junior boy (Coyotes) and senior girl (Bladetles) for achievemenl over Ihe winter. The junior teams bolh hoi the County of Lethbridg championships and the senio girls are the Far West cham pions. A substantial donatio was made towards covering th expenses of the Babe Rut baseball team. More district pages 8, 9 CLARES HOLM Non proprietary electors of thi community will be able to voli on money bylaws, town counc: decided at a special meetin, June 5. The town's secretary trea surer was instructed to prepar legislation which will permi all electors, whether they own properly or not, to vote on mon- ey bylaws. Until recent amendments to the Municipal Government Acl only proprietary electors were able to vote on such bylaws. N o n-propcrty-owning electors could only vote on bylaws which did not involve the eT- penditure of tax funds. In other business, council de- cided that the court of revision, to be held June 12 at p.m. in council chambers, will con- sist of Councillors Charlie Thomas, Dan Le Grandeur, Willard Honker, Jim Wanna- maker and Mayor Patterson, who wUl bo chairman. BARONS REUNION PARTY SATURDAY, JUNE 10th p.m. COMMUNITY HALL BARONS The Red Carpet is out for ail present and former residents of Barons and district. Also to all relatives and friends of any residents. Dedication of Community History 'WHEATHEART OF THE WEST' LADIES PIEASE BRING EVERYONE WELCOME In Tuesday night's Herald our Phone Number should have read 327-5777 Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused. REVELSTOKE Your Ono Stop Home Improvement Centre 1602 3 Avc. S. Phone 327-5777 IT'S A BLOOMIN SALE CAUSE THE'RE BLOOMIN GOOD VALUES PLANTED HERE FOR THE PICKIN CHROMACOLOR 26' Mediterranean style cabinet In dark oak. Fully automatic. World's fin- est color TV picture, BLOOMIN GOOD SALE PRICE CHROMACOLOR COLOR PORTABLE e ihat oulcolorl, oulbrig ill and outperform! eve poilable sizes. BLOOMIN GOOD SALE PRICE DISTINCTIVE CONTEMPORARY STYLING h Slereo is Viandcraffea ir finish walnut veneers. Centre lift lid. Provision for 1ape recorder. 100 tt soild slate ampiiffer. 6 speaker sysfem. BLOOMIN GOOD SALE PRICE 2 locations: LETHBRIDGE and COALDALE ;