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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, Ottotor J3, I9XJ TH( HtUMB _ YOUNGEST IS SIX MONTHS Five ge neralions spanning binhclays Nov. 9, 1885, to Jan. 11, 1972, comprise Ihis pholograp h mode recenty al ihe Chinook Foundalion, Cofdslon, where Mrs. Viclel Hansen Tanner resides. She is seated holding her groal, great.grandson Johnalhon Allan Lowry, 6 months old ion of Mr. and Mrs. Dwain Allan lowry. Dwain is slalioned at Wellington, North Carolina, on rhe U.S. Coasl Guard Culler Winnebago. Slcmding also, his father, Alln n Roy Lowry of Cut Bank, Mont., holder of Silver Beaver award, veleran of 12 years Scouling. Also sealed is Mrs. Note (Mary) Lowry. District doings Faces trial CHAM3ROOK (Special) aul Kcnl McCarty, 21, charg- d with non-capital murder in death Aug. 5 ol John How- 11! Cale, has been (jiven minnry hearing and commil- d for trial at criminal assize cssion, possibly at Nelson. Cale, a 50-year-old construe- on worker, died In the room- house on 9th Ave. where c made his home, apparently result or a beating. On an- lication of McCarly's counsel vidence in preliminary hear- ng was confined to the court. 975 head sold CHANBROOK lie recent Cranbrook Sates 'olnl turnover of calves, 975 lead at was substan- ially the biggesl of the 1972 Community Auclion Sales Ltd. schedule. Total turnover in the seven sales now tallies head and return to the grower The sale Nov. 15 will be mixed animals. Cleanup sale for the year is Nov. 29. Tour feedlot RAYMOND (HNS) Fift: independent livestock feeders from western Ontario spent a day at Hi-Way Feeders. The group of livestock men. were making a tour of western Canadian feed yards. Those on he lour were interested in methods used in the v.csl to inish off livestock fur the lop markets. In their opinion the western methods arc well ahe.nl of UIOFC jsed in the cast and they IcU taymonll with a belter under- standing of western Canada's eed industry, New Rebekahs CLAFIESIIOLM (Special) Membership of the Foothill TCc- jekah rxxljje was increased at recent meeting. Mrs. Dorothy Berg was ad- milled. Four candidates were nitiated: Mrs. K. Commisso, Mrs. W. Rons, Mrs. J. Roberts and Mrs. D. Ilildcbnmd. Visitors from Calgary Mr. and Mrs. J. LaBerge. Mrs. I1'. Gedtlcs, Mrs. G. Corkorliam, M-s. H. Sheffield and D Robins were welcomed by noble grand Mrs. G. Wilson. Table leases CLARESHOLM (HNS) The MD of Willow council has decided to table a large num- ber ol road allowance lease ap- plications for a month. There has been strong objec- tions from fisli and game as- sociations that the leasing of road allowances to farmers would take away their access to fishing, hunting and picnic areas. Kaiser operates at a Joss NATAL HLNSI Kaiser Re- sources Ltd, reported a consoli- dated net prolil of S2K.OOO or per share for the third quar- ter ol 1972. inckirlinj; an antici- pated insurance settlement, amount of Operating results for the quarter, exclusive of (he anti- cipated Kc'.ttcmenl, were a loss of on sales ol In the third quarter of 1071, Kaiser Resources had consoli- dated net earnings of on sales of For the nine month period of j 1972, the company had consoli- dated iicl lossc-s of on sr.'cs of compared with consolidated net losses of on sales of (HiO in the first nine months of 1E71. 'Fun time' CLARESHOLM (Special) A real "fun lime" clesrrihes the party by Mrs. Floyd Nor- by for 18 members of Ihc Uni- ted Church -Sunday School class. She is leachcr. II is hoped to have a social fathering Tor Ihc class once a month. The annual meeting of Ihe Culls and Scouts Group Com- miUec in Pnrcinosl elected Joe Trrkofski to serve as president for Hie 1972-7-1 term. Air. TrckofskJ replaces Harry C'allioiin who has held Ihc posi- tion for Ihc past Ihrcc years. (innlon was elected to .serve as first vice-president, The new secretary of the or- will Ire Pauline Klalt. She replaces Eileen Elenilson M'ho retired. Retiring treasurer Hob Kuril is replaced by Joe Cross. More than 60 parcnls and youngsters were present at the pel-luck supper which preceded Ihe election of officers. president Harry Cal- liwm acted as master of cere- monies, introducing the retiring executive and (hanking them for Uieir service. District "president Gil Mehlen thanked Mr. Calhouu for his "untiring efforts" on behalf of Ihe association. He said that he fell more strongly than ever thai Cubs and Scouts had a place to fulfil in society at the prcFonl time. An appeal was made for a scoutmaster to lead Ihe Fore- most troop. There is no prob- lem of leadership in the Cubs, and several assistants are avail- iblc for the senior group but no one who is willing to as- sume the overall leadership. Tribute was paid to the Cub leader Mrs. Roy (Irene) Wall- man who was described as "one of the most knowledgeable people in the subject of scout- ing to be found in the south." Mrs. Wallman introduced her assistants, Paulelle Carter, Edith Walsh and Harold Slrcel. A special welcome was ex- tended to Ihe new Cubs and patents. Alvln Dechlhold was appoint- ed chairman ol the annual bat- tery and bottle drive. Bake sale set BLAIUMORP; (CNP Bureau) Blairmore Uniled Church Circle of Service will hold a hake sale and sale ol novelty items in Simpson Sears Mail Order Office Saturday, Oct. 23 The event will get under way at 10 a.m. and everyone Is in- vited to attend. Proceeds for COS work. Nez Perce Creek enlist is ;go now, pay COLEMAN (CNP council advised a similar centre in Coleman. The mailer of Spanvood gation last week Hint crossing private pondcncc received from an old (rail was brought (IINS1 Dr. Dong- tvater resources attention. Council Anderson, formerly of Oliv- advised that their budget tor offenders were probably B.C., is up a dental was overspent and thai Ihe LraLl on in Sparwood. ivcre no funds available for office is to bu located in >air work to Noz Perce that Tabor Building on Centen- Since the Creek Is were not adhering Square. damage lo local properly bylaws were reported and Mrs. Anderson visit- own, council will seek It will publish Ihc Sparwood recently to make sion lo RO ahead with repairs o the banks with a view Fcasibililv of lew ing have since visited Calgary jilhjig the provincial taxes on a monthly purchase equipment for ment when fimds become utility accounts for office. is being plan to return to Spar- Mayor John Holyk and as soon as living accom- cilman Graham Atkinson from Ihc arc available. seek information from the of municipal trict of Spanvood regarding that several procedure they adopted to in Graftontown. a velop a strapping centra in Golem an, are interested area, Inlercst has been into Ihe town's new developers to Council will advise information is A. Vastcnhoul, KMO for Ihc has announced llic invited lo attend an monitoring course in y Legion Nov. 1 and U w Wll vacant (HNS) day for the The Lcthbridgc school division Wednesday, Oct. 25, from 10 to 12 .L f PRINTING (here are three on the school r M r s. 1 of Nan ton has j to let her name slanrf and after 20 sen-ice, she is Whilchead of rural area is to seek another lerm a 326.441 Lloyd Han- of Ihc ForL ACE Slan rural Ilaynionrt li i li -_ yrRiluntr, now A sopli- at Eastern Washington LEONARD TIRE Coilrtic, is making a nnmr (or Iiimsrlf on the foot- squad of Ihr roHrfic ANNOUNCES THE llir SavaRf s. Hr is a riplit nul, While alloiirtinfi. In'Kli lir playrd thp llayinitml [cam, JB llm-r Irltrrs. C ski cluh H Firs! tire retail second tire 1 fCNf nii-cniO An 01 meetinc of Crowsncsl Ski Clu All Canadian Built 1x? hold in the Blairniorc recreation offices Tuesday, Ocl. and all interested skiers aro urpcd lo allcnd. FULLY GUARANTEED has been indicaled llic Ca.stlc Ski oporalors aro pivinp to bringing in- FREE lo the Blairmorc bill and taking over Ihc operation the local hill. representative rf llic !nrlt.fc' will prcj-cnt nl llir mrclirig lo discuss UICPO matters. TIRE MART parley NATAL The snhool hoard's area allcndanco mccl- of (lie Fernic school dis- "We Knowingly at which parents and others may ask questions and 102 2nd Ave. S. Phone infonnalion ahoul sclioo I rn.iilcrs. will bo held Ihis year Nov. 21, arettes tame, garette. MILD ;