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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta i THI UTHBKIDGE HERALD Monday, November 13, 1972 No school COALDALE (HNS) Fri- day, Nov. 17, all schools in Coaldale will not have classes as parent teacher interviews will be held that day. Bonspiel Nov. 17 COALDALE (HNS) Coal- dale Curling Club mil begin operations Friday, Nov. 17, a jackpot bonspicl. Curling rink rental fees (or casual playing arc SI per curl- er piM' game. Rink and individual registra- tions will be Laken in person or by phone at the Coaldale recreation office Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Registration deadline.tor the first bonspicl is Wednesday, Nov. 15. Meeting Tuesday TURIN (IINS) A reorgan- izational meeting of the Turin 4-H Beet Club is scheduled for Tuesday at in the Turin School. Anyone who is 10 years of age by Dec. 1 is eligible to join the club and a special request has gone out to parents to attend the meeting. You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere CONTENTS 25 OUNCES ILRHD UD HTTUD IISCOIUND Distilled, Blended and Bottled in Scotland by White Horse Distillers Ltd., Scotland CORN DRYER In temporary use is a corn dryer owned' and operated by Bill Hof- farlh of Cormangay. It is located west of 57fh St. in Taber belween and 48lh avenues, and is used for drying corn received by Pioneer Grain. A grant under a provincial-federal governments agreement has authorized for Pioneer lo in- stall a permanent dryer at its elevator here. Field corn drying will be essential for deliveries to the new distillery at Lelhbridge when in operation a year hence. Ross Gibb photo Honor students feted NOBLEFORD the phasing out of the Grade 9 departmentals, the fi- nal Grade 9 graduation event was held here recently. UTS, Chris Burton acted as master of ceremonies tor the evening. Remarks to t h e class were given by Mrs. H. Harbers from If you think mild cigarettes are too tame, try our mild cigarette. THE MOST UKEABLE FUVWJH AW Bfelvcdcre the Home and School; Mayor Lubbers from the village; Mrs. M. A. Goldade from the county school committee; G. Luchia, from the north county recre- ation board and J. Moorman for the local advisory board. AWARDS, GRADE 12 Miss Susan Paul received the Home and School Award. She graduated with a 78 per cent average and is attending a Ca- nadian university. Mrs. Gerald Noble presented Mr. and Mrs. Kiel Konvnen- bell with the Noble Cultivator scholarship for their daughter, Rosalie. She obtained the high- est departmental mark in mathematics and science. Rosa- lie is attending the Calvin Col- lege in Michigan. J. Moerman presented Miss Barbara Stewart of the grad- uating Grade 9 class with a gift for her achievement in obtain- ing a straight honors stand- in p The present Grade 9 class in- troduced the graduates for pre- sentation of their class pins from the president of the Homo and School Association, Mrs. H. Harbers. A record hop wound up the festivities. UCW meets NOBLEFORD (HNS) Nob- leford United Church Women met recently at the home of Mrs. Edith Borggard with sbt members and one visitor pres- ent. The roll call in December will involve gifts for southern Al- berta mental patients. The meeting will be in the church. Mrs. Elmer Erickson is tell- big 1973 church calendars. Pass'words 17 Catholic women gather to plan Dec. 8 supper NATAL (HNS) The recent meeting of the Catholic Wom- en's League was held in St. Michael's Hall at Sparwood with 17 members in attendance. Mrs. Yvonne Butler opened the meeting with League pray- er. Members decided to assist at a supper which will be sponsor- ed by the recreation commis- sion. It will be held in St. Mich- ael's Hall Dec. 8. Plans were also made for a get-together in the form of a Christmas Karrv to be held at the December meeting. Mrs. Gerry Oliver and Mrs. Mame Hrdlicka were selected to take charge of the occasion. President Mrs. Mary Kowall presented Mrs. Mame Hrdlicka with a past president's pin. A new member, Mrs. Susan Merguelly, was welcomed to the League. A film on the liturgy of the Eucharist was viewed. Lunch was served by host- esses Mrs. Vi House, Mrs. Eve- lyn Ryhachuk and Mrs. Elia Pettovello. Kaiser loses Jack John NATAL 111 health lias forced the retirement of Jack John, assistant to the vice- president at Kaiser Resources Ltd. Mr. John joined Crows Nest Industries in June, 1947, as an engineer. He holds a degree in metallurgical engineering. In 1948 he was appointed by that company to the post of manager of its preparations plant at Michel. In 1905 he became the com- pany's sales manager and in 19C6 he was in charge of both sales and the preparation plant. In 1968 he joined Kaiser Re- sources Ltd. when the company acquired coal lands from Crows Nest Industries. He went to KRL's Vancouver oflice as sales and preparation man- ager and in 1971 moved to the mine at Sparwood. Free correspondence coui'sc charts drama of universe NATAL (HNS) Motions of the planets, phases of the moon, causes of eclipses and tides arc the contents of a free 10-paper correspondence course offered by the EC., department of edu- cation. The only restriction to enrol- ment will be a pledge on the part of the adult that he or she will make every effort to com- plete it or return the papers. Ray Hughes, director of adult education for School District No. 1 said few peo- ple are aware that a free cor- respondence course is offered for adults in a subject of gen- eral interest every year. Last year, the course "Brit- ish Columbia Canada's Pac- ific Province" was enjoyed by thousands of persons through- out the province. It is availahla this year for a fee. As well, the department of education offers more than 60 courses for secondary school completion. There are 25 special voca- tional and other courses offer- ed for adults. More information on the basic astronomy course and others, both for credit and "for can be obtained from Mr. Hughes at Femie Secondary School. WAR ON CRIME Crime probo or political InquisilionT The question is being asked widely on the Opposition lida Quebec'i legislative National Assembly. In Weekend Maga- zine this Saturday, Bill Trent talks to Quebec'i min- ister, Jerome Choquette, about ihe probe. IN YOUR LETHBRIDGE HERALD WEEKEND MAGAZINE WILD MILD PRESENTS TOMORROW AND EVERY TUESDAY ON THE "PHONE JOAN SHOW" Wilh JOAN WATERFIELD and JIM ELLIOTT AT A.M. "ASK THE DOCTOR" DR. K. ADLER, M.D. IN PERSON Phone CJOC 327-2121 Local Calls or 327-2125 Long Distance for qualified advice on medical and healm problems DR. K. ADLER, M.D. Cliinook Heallh Unit Medical Director CROW5NEST PASS LISTENERS TUNE TO CJPR 1490 on your dal loon "Phono Joan Show" CJOC LETH BRIDGE ;