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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, June 9, 1973 _ THE IHHBRIDCI HERAID OVERIAND BATHTUB RACE Domke Belmac, U.N. Logging, won the recent bath- tub race at Sparwood. Team members were Howard Alaric, Tes Alaric, Wayne Rich- ardson, John Musil and in the tub, Vance A idell. The Millar and Brown team crossed the finish line one minute later. Other pholo: D elighled spectators. -Molly Latka Pholos minutes are required 50 for victory in tub race TJy MOLLY LATKA HcraM News Service large crowd was on hand for the start of the recent bathtub race here. Champion calf brings lop price CHANBROOK (Special) Susan Salanski ot (he South Country 4-H Calf Club took Ihe steer calf championship at Hie annual East Kootenay 4-11 Achievement Day here. Her Hereford was pounds, al- lowing for three per cent shrinkage. It was sold at 72 cents a pound to Fort Macteod Auctions. Reserve championship went lo Ann Stevenson, Lake Win- der-mere 4-H Calf Club for her Charolais-Hereford cross. Safeway was high bid' cier at 63 cents a pound. Tliird place went to Maureen Char- Jesworth of South Country 4-H for her Limousin- Hereford cross. Safeway bought it for 52 cents a pound. Top honors of the 20 heifers entered were won by Lynn Dixson of Rocky Mountain 4-H. The heifers were all retained by their grower's for future breeding purposes. Six teams competed in the event. They had to race to the Spar- wood dump and back to the shopping mall a distance of over six miles. Winner in the race was the lenm of TJ.M. Logging, Domke and Belmac, with a time of 49 minutes and 52 seconds. Team members were Howard Alaric, Tes Alaric, Wayne Richardson, John Musil and in the tub, Vance Aid ell. Finishing one minute later was tiie Millar and Brown team comprising Hank Ber- anek, Chuck Brewer, Jack Mar- tin, Gill Cheresl and George Brewer in the tub. Third place went (to Finning Tractor. Team members were Mike Summers, Gary Gentile, Wayne Wolchuk, Gary Loewen and George Degenais. Other teams competing were East Kootenay Steel whose jathlub lost a wheel; Kaiser Resources Ltd. and Cominco, who finished last in the race. Winner of the contest to guess lire lime it would take to finish the race was Les Has carl of Canal Flats, B.C. Proceeds from the event will be turned over by ibe Sparwood Activities Club, who sponsored the race, to the Recreation Complex Fund. The winning team was pre- sented the Activities Club tro- phy by Corrie Collins. Seminary ends MAGRATH (HNS) Semin- ary graduation began with banquet for all students at the Magrath Assembly Hall. Narrative by Mark Baker ant Scott Wolsey depicted two hill- billies visiting the city. Musicals included; piano solo by Denise Hamilton; flute duet, Ireta Dahl, Bonnie Harker; mu- sical reading, Kim Christensen. mixed quartet, Darci and Deb- bie Fletcher, Burns Alston Kim Karren. The Band Moth- ers' Association catered. THE HIGH-RISE HAZARD Firemen arc ogoinil living or working tn high-rise buildings because they're afraid they might die if a firo were lo break out. To [earn of tha problems and hazards of high-riie fires, reod Ernest Hillen's report in Weekend Magazine this complete with figures on how long it takes 1o evacuate a high-rise, plus tips on what to do in Ihe event of a fire. IN YOUR 1ETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE Trophy shoot scheduled for Saturday LUNDBRECK (CNP Bureau Plans are now completed foi the Willow Valley Trophy Club's annual shoot and it is expected that many sportsmen from southern Alberta and south eastern British Columbia wil be setting their compasses anr heading towards the Frank Lynch Staunion ranch 1 miles north of Lundbreck Sat urday. The events will begin at li a.m. and will continue through out the day with competitions ir small bore, large bore rifles and trap shooting. Numerous trophies, award and prizes will be competed fo during the day and those hole ing rotating trophies from las year are urged to see that thes are returned to the Club befor the shoot so that they can be presented to the winners. Also included in the day events are junior events, worn en's competitions, group com petitions and an aggregat prize. Nearly finished CRANBROOK (Special) rading of 4.7 mills of road be- ween Uie junctions of High- vays 95A and 3, east toward Steele junction with High- vay 3 is nearly complete. Addition of three inches of End strike minister s asked The Dis- SPARWOOD (HNS) 2ast Kootenay Hospital rict has written B.C. Labor Minister .Tomes Chabot asking 'or immediate action to end the ockout which affects construc- .ion at the Windermere and District Hospital. The letter was approved at Ihe May meeting of the board, before an announcement, last week that Mr. Chabot had given construction unions and the Construction Labor Rela- tion'i Association until June 7 to settle their differences. The board, at the same meet- ing, heard a letter from Health Minister Ralph Loffmark au- thorizing the calling of tenders for site preparation work at the Fernie hospital. The board also gave its approval. The job will cost an estimated On another hospital matter, the department of health re- sponded to a request for ap- proval to extend the parking lot at the Kimberley hospital by asking what the board intends to charge for parking space. The EKRHD had approved the project under minor capital improvements, as parking space at the Kimberley hospi- tal has always been scarce, "We have no intention of In- troducing any charge" snapped Aid. Stan Wilson of Kimberley. crushed gravel is now under- way. The stretch will be sealed with cold pulvimix. Albertans visii NATAL (HNS) Two groups of students recently toured the large Kaiser Resources project. The first group, 17 boys and 26 girls, accompanied by four adults came from the small community of Katliryn near Calgary. j A few days later, Kaiser host- ed a group of future heavy duty diesel mechanics. The boys were students taking diesel mechanics at the Southern Al- nerta Institute of Technology in Calgary. Then a tour of the area was made by 18 students and three instructors from the B.C. School of Mining at Rossland, B.C. awards from B.C Safety Council. The awards were pre- sented to Harmcr Pit Opera- tion crews 3 and 4 at a cere- mony recently. Crew 4 won Iliree safely awards gold, silver and bronze. The 78-man crew was cited for working acci- dent-free man hours between April 15, 1971 and Feb. 9, 1972. Crew 3, which worked accident-free man hours be- ,ween July 1, and Nov. 9, 1971, the bronze award. Safety awards NATAL (HNS) Two pit op- eration crews from Harmer Elks ass ill promotion BLAIMMORE (CNP Bureau) Blairmore Elks Lodge has approved a donation of to the Barb Wire Johnnies group to assist in their promotion o: July 1 events in Blairmore. The Elks also approved spon soring a bus for senior citizens travelling in the 'Pass once per week for the month of June. A committee is to he formcc to raise funds for a project 8 Ihe senior citizens and nursing home complex to be built at COALDALE The Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing {he following infant and pre- school clinics: HAVS Tuesday, June 13, in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. ICTUIIE BUTTE Tues- day, June 13, in (lie Picture Buttc High School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABEIl Tuesday, June 13, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. NOIiLEFOflD Wednesday, June U, in the school from to p.m. VAUXHALL Wednesday, June 14, in Ihe elementary school from ID a.m. lo 12 noon and 1 lo 3 p.m. COALUALE Thursday, June 15, in the Health Unit Of- fice (upstairs in the Town Of- fice Building) from 10 a.m. lo 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER Thursday, June 15, in the Heallh Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. lo 12 noon and lo 4 p.m. 11AHD1EVILLE Friday, June 16, in the school from to p.m. have received special safety! the local hospital. BERGMAN'S FLOOR COVERING CUSTOM INSTALLATION PHONES: 2715 12th Ave. Office.....328-0372 Res.........328-1854 Sales by Don Bergman SchenfeyTradition introduces: The Great Canadian Quiz. OchenleyTradition isblended exclusively for people who live right here. People who appreciate a positive rye taste. While you and your friends ore enjoying your next Schenley Tradition, have a shot at our Canadian Quiz. The answers are printed upside do-fon in the bottom right- hand corner. Anyone who gets more than 50% rightis an absolute genius! 1 Which is the highest mountain in Canada? 2 How many ,kinds of maple leaves are there? 3 How many World Ladies'Ski Champions have been Canadian? 4 Which Canadian Rye Whisky has a unique detachable mapleleaf on the bottle? 5 What was the name of the only ship ever to circumnavigate both North and South America? Din whattpwn 'Iocs the sun rise first in Canada? what town the sun set last in Canada? 8 Who scored the most goals in a single Stanley Cup playoff game? Mf 1YJ.U nswers: Mt.Waddington? SchenleyTradition. So Canadianyou can taste it. The Company Ihatlias been bringing you tic Canadian Schenley Football Awards sioce 1953. Cor, S. and 1st Avo. 5. Phone 327-1591 ;