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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 20, 1972 Wt UTHBRIDGE HERAID 3 Roberts Bank launched at Tokyo Magrath students win awards NATAL (HNS) The Roh-1 sldiarles of U1BC for two sis- erts Bank, a bulk ter ships to the Roberts Bank, carrier, was recently launched The Roberts Bank is 735 feet in Tokyo at the Tsurumi ship- In length and has a draft of 44.5 yard of its builder, Nippon feet. Kokan. It was built for United Inter- national Bulk Carriers Ltd., a wholly-owned foreign subsidi- ary of United International Shipping Corporation, which in turn is jointly owned by Kaiser Steel and Kaiser Aluminum and Chemical. The carrier is designed for transport of coal and grains, njAGRATH as well as ore and pellets. It were pre- is named alter the Vancouver rf to M h school students area port, Roberts Bank, from a assembly in the which Kaiser Resources Lim- elementary school gymnasium Ited ships coking coal to Japan- hero recently. ese steel mills. President H. C. Poulsen and The multi-purpose carrier first vice-president John Moors was christened by Mrs. Patri- were introduced by David cla R. Ashby, wife of Jack L. Lowry. He explained how a Ashby, board chairman of Koi- commiitce of teachers decided ser Resources Ltd., operator of on awards for students exccl- Canada's largest coal mine and Un_ itl several subjects. The 75 per cent owned by Kaiser Ujghest mark did not neces- Steel. sarily mean an award, for pro- In addition to Mrs. Ashby, ciency was needed in more other American dignitaries at- than one field, tending the ceremony were vice-principal Ted Haynes in- Edear F Kaiser, chairman of troduced the winners. Kaiser Industries and K. H. The junior high all-round Peck, president of United In- girl" was Susan Barker and tematlonal Shipping Corpora- "all-round boy" was Bobby (Inn Bullock. Scheduled to be delivered in Senior high "all-round gir July, the nine-hold ship Is of was Janice Tcomer and Bli- the type, the maxi- round boy" was Bob Rice, mum vessel sizV capable of Principal Grant Wheeler con- ESig through the Panama gratulaled the student and Canal. It will also be classed by said; "These are the kind o the American Bureau of Ship- people who ping as having remote control systems which allow the vessel to operate with the engine room unattended. The builder, Nippon Kokan, is Japan's only combination eteelmaker-shipbuilder, ond is major customer of Kaiser Re- sources' coking coal. Nippon Kokan also has orders from wholly owned foreign sub- TRAVELUNG ANTI-POLIUTION SHOW The department of zoology of the faculty of science al the University of Alberta, is sponsoring a travelling anli-pollulion and ecology slide presentation. The slides will be shown throughout Alberta at provincial and national camp sites. The presentation is aimed at educating campers towards corn- baling pollution in the province. The zoology department and the Alberta government have made grants available allowing gradu ate student Dave Ellis to travel and present the slides. Mr. Ellis has a specially.equipped utility trailer that allows three screens to be attached to it. Three slides are shown simultaneously on screens and ore accompanied by suitable background music.________________________ Teenage dance rejected NATAL (HNS) Fcrnie' district trustees granted .e Sparwood Dominion Day immittcc use of the school and the Spardcl prop- rty, which is under a purchase plion ot the board, for use for he July 1 weekend eel- jralions. The committee was also granted use ot the gymnasium t the secondary school for a oncert. The committee was denied re use of the gymnasium for a een-age dance planned as part the weekend celebrations. The board also approved the use ot the Sparwood schoo! prounds by a women's softbal! eague for Monday and Wed' nesday games during the soft jail season. In conjunction with the safely satrol established last year in Femie, the Fernie ROMP has advised the board that it sponsor an award for a safety contest at the Ridgemont Ele- mentary School. This year th award is to be made for safet; posters. The Fernie HCMP wi! provide a medallion and wil judge the posters entered in th contest. The board of trustees agreed to purchase a perma nent plaque to be hung in th school on which the names annual winners will bo in scribed. In response lo a joint letter om IKe department of educa- on and the provincial library jmmission, the district super- tendent ot schools was asked undertake a study to recom- ml methods ot co-ordinating ithln the district the services f the two co-signing groups. Principal Harry Peebles of le Epanvood Secondary School nd Principal Herb Wiens of ElWord Elementary School ave already undertaken tudies for the community utili- ation of the school libraries. The firm of Browning and ixon has been retained by the joard of school trustees to de- ign and supervise construction a new school for the Elk Galley and extensions to other schools in the district. The school board also re- ceived conlirmation from Elk lord and Cominco that 5 available from the commu nlty for the provision of larger gymnasium at Elkforc that was approved by taxpay ers in the referendum. Th board, on the basis of this coi [inflation agreed to draw up formal agreement foi the shar- ing of the facility and the cost of constructing it. Trustee, Mrs. Olive McKenzie reported to the board that the Fernie Lions Club has under- taken to sponsor the Fernie chool band for per year. The board also approved con- erls for the Fernie school and at Fernie on June 19, at affray on June 21, and at parwood on Juno 23. The con- erts will be under the spoil- orship of Lions clubs. Wins water OK COALDALE CHNS) A dls- rict farmer adjacent to the :own's sewer lagoons was granted permission by town council and the local health au- thorities to irrigate his farm crops from the effluent in the second lagoon. The only stipulation is h e may not use it for watering of root crops: carrots and sugar beets. Tour Calgary NATAL (HNS) A tola! ol S3 Grade 6 students from the Sparwood Elementary School journeyed by bus recently to Calgsry for an all-day field trip which included visits to Heritage Park, the planetar- ium, the Western Museum, tha Calgary Brewery aquarium and the Calgary Zoo. The youngs t e r s returned to Spar- wood the same evening. worth going to. They are no the ones who make the mos noise but they do their jobs efficiently. It was very dilfi cult to determine winners as many were very close." Mathematics awards went to Rudy Kulsear and LeRoy Has- mussen. The biological science award went to Diane Schneyder. 50-foot lots hit by council AUCTION SALE OF FURNITURE HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS Wednesday June 21 p.m. TERMS CASH IETHBRIDOE EXHIBITION PAVIUON (NORTH END) NO RESERVE Pursuant to Ihe Warehouseman's lein Act and having nulved from tht Public vv. willI Ih. (allow- Ing furnllure and olher household effects. round leaf dining table and 4 chairs; Emerson 14" portable TV, Old drejsing toble; 3-good single bed, with box springs and Drop front writing desk. Good triple dresser; GE fridge opprox. 9 Buffet, Chrome table and 3 choirs; 30" Elec. rouge; Hoover waijur-ipin dryer; Electrohome console TV; Dresser; 3 ch.sts of drawers) Complete beds. Library toble; Console radio; Golf caM; Golf bog; Wood bar slools; 2-Card Tables; Folding chairs, Coffee tables; Slep toble, Crib, Floor polishers. Dining table, Mantis clock; Small old toblo, Polaroid camero) Compressor ond motor, Otd fridge, Old wringer washer, Magazine rack; Slop ladder; Garden cmo1 tools, Elec. vibrator sander; Lorge quantity of wood clamps; Quantity MOKE .TEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION may be from noon to sole Hire on day of FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT, HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. PHONE 328-4705 1920 Snd AVE. S. HTHBRIDG! AUCTIONEERS TED NEWSY KEITH ERDMANN lit. 41 Lie- 458 TABER