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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - June 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Thursday, June 10, 1971 - THI LETHMID6E HttAlD - 3 Passwords RDEK reluctant on garbage NATAL (HNS) - Despite recent protestations by a number of members of the Regional District of East Kootenay board that they should argue with the minister over the necessity of the regional district providing for garbage disposal in unorganized areas, more work and more expenditure of money has been approved. At the April meeting of the board, a number of directors strongly objected to taking on the job of supplying and controlling garbage disposal sites. Motions were suggested the board write the minister of municipal affairs to say it did not want the job. Action was de- ferred for a month. The board authorized the administrator to pay for cleaning of an old garbage dump formerly under the jurisdiction of the department of highways. It also approved putting into operation sanitary land-fill operations at three sites where "special use permits" have been granted. These are at Elko, Tie Lake-Jaffray Rosen Lake area, and Baynes Lake. It discussed acquisition of a site at Hosmer which was recommended by director Lloyd Phillips, although the terms of purchase were not made clear and the board did not appear ready to accept those suggested. Natal students win degrees NATAL (HNS) - Four Natal students were among 30 East Kootenay students who received degrees at convocation ceremonies at the University of British Columbia recently. The four are Lino Oolooello, bachelor of education, secondary; Iris May Giles, bachelor of home economics; Rick E. Gris, bachelor of science, major in mathematics; and Marie Louise Wettstein, bachelor of home economics. Honorary degrees were conferred on his Excellency D. Roland Mitchener, governor general of Canada; Professor Emeritus of English F. G. C. (Freddy) Wood and Dr. John W. Kerr, dean of the faculty of forestry at UBC. One of the special awards presented at the ceremonies was the Kaiser Resources Limited $250 prize in conservation and rehabilitation. It was presented to Richard D. Hod-son of Trail. Mr. and Mrs. Reg Gris and daughters Joanne and Linda of Natal motored to Vancouver to attend the convocation ceremonies. En route they stopped at Nelson to be joined by their son Randy and his wife Mary who reside in that city. Natal businessmen win time NATAL (HNS) - Natal businessmen who show that they are making reasonable efforts to vacate their premises may be granted extension beyond May 31 on their notices to move out under the urban renewal scheme. A letter asking for exten- sions was received by the Regional District of East Kootenay board and the board agreed to grant reasonable extensions to businessmen who have other plans which show fjgns of prompt completion. Similar provisions were allowed home-owners last year. Exchange bandies 11,000 calls NATAL (HNS) - To uarlc the official opening of the Sparwood exchange, the British Columbia Telephone Company held a reception, dinner and office tour recently. Mayor Louis Ungaro was asked to mount a brass plaque on the main door to the new exchange building. Mr. Ungaro expressed good luck to the company. Norm Wilson of Oanbrook, B.C. Tel's regional manager, gave the mayor a helping band. In its first 1% days of operation the new Sparwood exchange handled 11,000 calls. Jumbo Valley Church to host parley Saturday BEST BUFFALOES - Bellevue Buffaloes hockey club's awards night In the Hi Merest Community Hall recently drew more than 150 people. Buffs won the Foothills League Championship. Awards were won by, from left, Roy Pennoyer for Ric Summerville for most assists; Fred Churla, best deftneeman; executive Ken Gregory; manager Bob Blacklock; coach Howard Bennett; Ron Dambois, most gentlemanly player; Nick Squarek, best team de-fenceman. Kneeling are Lloyd Pawluk, left, team high scorer, and Roy Hill, most valuable. -Vern Decoux Photo. Frank Rodgers sells Border Grocery COUTTS (HNS') - Frank Rodgers, Cbutts merchant, has retired, selling his store, the Border Grocery, to Ross Clark. Mr. Clark took over management of the store June 1. Mr. and Mrs. Clark moved from Inuvik, N.W.T., to Leth-bridge June 19, 1970. Mrs. Clark is the former Myrna Hancock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Hancock of Raymond. They have four children, Beth, Kathy, Cindy and Bradley. Mr. Clark was formerly employed as a wholesale salesman for a food company. The family will be moving to Coutts soon. South graduates of BYV win degrees PROVO, Utah -Th e following students from southern Alberta attending Brigham Young University here received degrees at spring commencement exercises. B. d e s i g nates bachelor's degree, M. designates master's degree and A. designates Associate degree. BARNWELL - Bray Leroy Feaske, B. and Norman lie Baron, M. CARDSTON - Donald G. At-wood, B.; George A. Hacking, B.; Ronald T. Scrimshaw," B.; Dan H. Walburger, B.; F. Wayne Bevans, B.; Rodney Brian McClung, M.; Wendy Rae Spackman, B.; Gordon Young Williams, B.; Donald Gregson, M.; Mary L. Nelson, B.; Dwight J. Stanford, B.; and Reed H. Xemp, M. CHAMPION - Richard Julius Smith, B. CLARESHOLM - Laron Meryyn Rice, B. DIAMOND CITY - Janet R. Feath, M. GLENWOOD - Wendy Jo Ann Smith, B.; end Twylla Jean Archibald, A. HILLSPRING - Teressa Wright, B.; and Nina Wynder, B. LEAVITT - Patricia J. Cahoon, B. MAGRATH - Vaughn Mul-lin Gtinvey, M. MOUNTAIN VIEW - Tim Perrett, B. RAYMOND - Edgar Thomas Anderson, B.; Linda King, B.; Kenneth H. Rasmussen, B.; Douglass F. Salmon, B.; Robert Henry Hover, B.; Janice Miller Stone, B.; William Jack Stone, B.; Ella Marie Til-lack, M.; and Moris Glen Walker, B. ROSEMARY - Warren Roy Fuber, B. STIRLING - Collen Hogen-son Eads, B. TABER - Jerold Evan Evanson, B.; B.; Marion E. Harris, B.; John Bruce Haslam, B.; and Douglas Rae Payne. " WELLING-Helen Peterson Campbell, B. Wins degree CARDSTON (HNS) - Miss Wendy Spackman, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Roy Spackman of Cardston, recently graduated from Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. She received her bachelor of arts degree in humanities. Miss Spackman has received a teaching job at the university as she works on her master's degree. GRANUM (HNS) - The Ladies Aid of the Knox Presbyterian Church of Jumbo Valley met at the church recently for a housecleaning bee and a short business meeting. Plans were made for the Women's Missionary Society of the Macleod Presbyterial semi-annual meeting. It will be held at the Jumbo Valley Church Saturday, June 12. From 30 to 40 women from Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Fort Macleod and Jumbo Valley are expected to attend. Honor Miss Hann NOBLEFORD (HNS) - A community shower was held recently in the Nobleford United Church to honor Miss Martha Hann. About 90 guests were present. Miss Hann's marriage to Monte Cahoon of Warner will take place in the Nobleford United Church. SOMETHING IN COMMON Just as the earth has earthquakes, the moon has moon-quakes. The council theme is "The Light Still Shines in the Darkness." LDS students advised about life CARDSTON (HNS) - President' Fay Walker of Raymond spoke at the Alberta Stake LDS Church seminary graduation ex-ta here. He compared life with the motor car. He admonished students "not to floor-board it," set goals for life as one would for a trip. Do not take such short-cuts as dishonesty; do not go with friends on forbidden paths; detours will only lead to trouble." Kevin Spencer and Linda All-red were graduation speakers. There were 58 graduates, 55 post-graduates and one student received a special award. All 10 wards were represented. Seminary executive for next year: Dennis Brooks, president; Thaine Olsen and Brenda Jensen, vice-presidents and Joanne Low, secretary. Meets June 14 GRANUM (HNS) - The annual meeting of the recreation board of Granum will be held Monday, June 14, in the Granum Community Hall at 8 o'clock to discuss future projects such as the skating rink. Everyone please come. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS -:- CIRCULATION -:- JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rap., Blairmore - Phone S62-2149 These Are The Lethbridge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area NATAL, B.C. PAUL CHALA ..................... P.O. Bex 2S7 LOMOND MRS LIONARD CHASI............General Delivery CARDSTON MRS. CATHERINI HULL............General Delivery COWLEY CLARENCI WHKIS ................... P.O. Box 7 STAVELY MRS. VIOLET CLANCY .................... Bex 52 CRANBROOK NANCY MILES ................... 304 5th St. S. Contact these people far your District Newt er Classified Advertising Camp Impeesa has openings COALDALE - Recreation director W. D. Geldert says archery, swimming, horseback riding, canoeing, camping, shoot- Harold Mandeville Wins Again Herb's Western Wear Ail-Around Trophy at the 8th Annual Vauxhall Rodeo f -mm Herb Shector proudly presents Harold with the second of 11 Annual Ail-Around Cowboy" trophies to be awarded. He qualified to win by once again successfully participating in two of the five major rodeo events. BE SURE TO ATTEND THESE COMING RODEOS  THE GEOROE ROSS MEMORIAL RODIO, FOREMOST, ALTA.-JUNE 11, 12, IS  THE RAYMOND STAMPEDE AND RACE MEET-THURSDAY, JULY 1 �IITIII ItlB 308 5th ST. S. PHONE 328-4724 ing, fishing and sailing are among the activities offered to participants of the Southern Alberta Regional Summer Camp to be held for boys and girls at Camp Impeesa this summer. There is still room for par-ticlpants and transportation will be supplied free of charge from Coaldale. Lethbridge, Port Macleod and Pin-cher Creek. Camp dates are, boys: 10-12 years, July 5 to 12; 13-16 years, July 19 to 26 and any age, Aug. 9 to 16. Girls: 10-12 years, July 12 to 19; 13 to 16 years, July 26 to Aug. 2 and any age, Aug, 16 to 23. Sponsors are the sout hern Alberta recreation administrators, Lethbridge County south region recreation board, Barons  Eureka Health Unit - social services department; City of Lethbridge  social services department, and provincial department of social development, Lethbridge. Cmon, kids... get with it in our CONTEST! CENTRE VILLAGE MALL UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED Memorial University of Newfoundland located in St. John's was established by an act of the Newfoundland legislature i n 1949. GRADUATES FROM U of A WAYNE UNDWAU, son of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Lindwdll, Red Deer, formerly of Wrentham, recently graduated at the spring convocation at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, with a Bachelor of Science Degree In Agricultural Engineering and Agricultural Economics. Wayne has accepted a two year position as research officer at the Lethbridge Research Station. He will be handling the duties of D. T. Anderson who Is presently on a project in Indio. Wayne is married and is the father of a one year old ion Coma to Centra Village Mall on Saturday, June 12th, Between 9-12 noon and paint a picture of your Dad. The paper and paint is supplied by Centre Village Sign your name, age, address and telephone number to the bottom of the picture. The judges will award the prizes to the lucky winners on Saturday, June 19th. The contest will be split up into two age groups 4-7 years bid and 8-12 years old. The winners of the Pop-Art Contest will be awarded one of the following prizes: .^New Bicycle There will be on* for a boy and girl ^Playground Gym Set fr Wading Pool Cassette Tap* Recorder SO DONT FORGET TO COME IN AND PAINT A PICTURE OP YOUR DADI ;