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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 3, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Decoux Photo. CLOSE CALL John Trofr of Coleman points to the spot where Reno Rinaldi of Bellevue was buried when a 10-foot deep trench caved in and buried the backhoe operator. The trench m the foreground was dug to get at Mr. Rinaldi. He was pinned under the corner of the heavy truck. Earth loaded in the truck box poured out, burying him. Mr. Rinaldi, a Bellevue contractor, was dig- ging a sewerline for Joseph Trotz of Groftontown with a backhoe. Despile Mr, Rinaldi's pleas to go and get help, Mr. Trotz remained on the scene keeping the earth from covering the trapped man's face and continued his efforts to dig the buried man out. With the help of -forestry work- ers and some miners returning from the Race Horse Mine, M, Rinaldi was freed and taken to the Crowsnest Pass Municipal Hospital. He was later released. ENROLL NOW WELDING (Beginners and Advanced) ACETYLENE Sept. 8-25 ARC Sept. 28-Oct. 16 AGRICULTURE (12-week fall semester) Lethfaridge Community College Phone 327-2141, Ext. 219 COALDALE (HNS) The Barons-Eureka Health Unit sponsoring the following infan and pre-school clinics: HAYS: Tuesday, Sept. 8, ,U the school from 10 a.m. to 1 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. PICTURE BUTTE: Tuesday Sept. 8, in the Library Build ing from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABER: Tuesday, Sept. 8, in the -Health Unit Office in Administration Building, Iron 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. NOBLEFOKD: Wednesda; Sept. 9, in the L. B. Thomsoi School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, Sept. 10, in the Health Unit Office (upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, Sept. 10, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. SIIAUGHNESSY: Friday, Sept. 11, in the school from :30 to p.m. Fluoride t a b 1 e t s are avail- able at all clinics free of charge. Sulphur Creek NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Nel- son Forest District was ordered closed to all recreational uss early last Thursday in a bid to curb further forest fires. Most serious fire is one cover- ing acres at Sulphur Creek where eight cats and 45 men are working on it. The fire s located partly on a Galloway lumber timber sale property and partly on Crown land. The Bingay Creek lire, north of Sparwood, is being contained. Training Camp MILK RIVER eal, Kerry Hawthorne, Jerry Vinters and Stewart Saga have ust returned from Winfield, .C., where they attended a ports training camp for volley- all. ROLL BABYI ROLL! Stu Christie, president of the Claresholm Chamber of Com- merce, pushes Doug Thornton. They are first across the finish line. II was the third annual bed race at the recent Claresholm Fair Weslern Sports Day festivities, sponsor- ed fay the Claresholm tions Club. Going down to bitter defeat are Mayor Patterson's team and the bed-rollers from the chamber of commerce. Andersen Photo. New School Opens At Cardslou, CARDSTON (HNS) School has opened in the Cardston school division. There is a new elementary school for Grades 3, 4, 5 and 6. Grades 1 and 2 are attending Westside and Leeside schools. The old Junior High School las been torn down so junior high students are attending classes in the Parkview and E. 'J. Wood Schools. The Indian Kindergarten got fler way in its new Quarters, which is a wing of the new elementary school. The Cardston Co-operative Kindergarten is scheduled to start Sept. 8 in the Westside School. Following is a list of the eaching staff: LEESIDE SCHOOL Mar- Duce, Elizabeth Grant, Annie Dawson, Melvina Jen- sen. WESTSIDE SCHOOL Nan Pitts, Clara Sole, Kamille Mel- on, Norma Woolf. NEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Mslvin Cottle, prin- cipal; Jutta Vander Heide, Shirley Bascomb, Lucille Lea- fitt, Sarah Low, Mildred Ras- mussen, Fay Marsden, Delia Jlumel, Don Burbank, Verena Crawford, Irene Traxel, Flor- ence Nielson, Thomas Parkes, Arlins Scott, Norman Sheen, Been Whitworth, Carol Sheen, Carlyle "Pllliiig, Jay Wheeler, feldon Hatch, Janice Camp- jell, Edythe Jackson, Beryl Bectel. CARDSTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Alma Sommerfeldt. principal; Lynn Bea2er, Lervae Cahoon, David Cooper, Shirley Gibb, Max Hardy, Stan Haw kins, Veryle Leavitt, Bob Camp- bell, Joan Muhlestein, Apry] Nish, Michael Shaw, Elva Pit- cher, Terrell Skinner, Elva Stewart. CARDSTON HIGH Hubert West, principal; Teresa Bowers, Maurice Brayley, Keith Shaw, Elaine Bunnage, Hussell French, Boyd Hunter, Grant Jensen, Edward King, Shirley Kopitzke, Elaine Lea- vitt, Kenneth Leavitt, Brent Nielson, Anita Weston, Paid Dee Payne, Martha Reichlc, Wilh'am Richards, D.elwynn Paulson, Orlan Strom, Wayne Strong, Verna Wickham, Leroy Walker, Heed Zemp. MAGRATII ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Loran Nelson, prin- cipal; Doreen Alston, Jay Ham- ilton, Beatrice Barker, Jehzell Harker, Jeanette Heninger, Margaret Leishman, Shu-ley Nfiilson, Nada Pilling, Lillian Sabey, Phyllis Stearns. MAGRATH JUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Grant Wheeler, principal; Carol Wocknitz, Ruby Fletcher, Sharon Haynes, Ted Haynes, Blanche Holman, Lowell Ken- diick, David Corbitt, David Lowry, Lloyd Meldrum, Watson Ririe, Keith Sabey, Ray Steven- son, Robert West, Gean Wheel- er. GLENWOOD SCHOOL Ed- win Lowry, principal; Grace Butler, Loila Fisher, Daryll Leavitt, Maralyn Atwood, La- dene Merrill, Ruth Olsen, Keith Tolman, Karen Wynder. DEL BONITA SCHOOL Georgs Taylor, principal; Rose Edgmond, Wilma Campbell Ann Donovan, David Living- ston. MOUNTAIN VIEW SCHOOL Grant Webster, principal; Inez Davidson, Noel Pilling, Ireta Thompson. EAST CARDSTON COLONY Thora Daines. EAST ELM COLONY Ray Pilling. HARRIS RANCH COLONY Glon Stokes. HUTTERVILLE COLONY Irene Ririe. NEW ELM COLONY Floyd Larson. OLD ELM COLONY Julia Bpndy. RIVERSIDE ert Blackmore. STANDOFF COLONY-Ther- on Olsen. WEST RALEY COLONY Jeanna Stanford, Ruth Bennett. INDIAN Elizabeth Spencer, Eleen Quin- ton, Viola Blackmore, Delta Laird, Ada Blackmora, Eliza- beth Shield's, Marie Zemp. KINDERGARTEN AIDS Mabel Fox, Delphine Good- striker, Sylvia LeDuke, Marion Heavysbields. CO OPERATIVE KINDER- GARTEN Arminta Hamilton. Tliuridoy, September 3, 1770 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 Summer Program Draws PICTURE BUTTE (Special) Tolal attendance at tho North County Summer Recrea- tion Program was chil- dren, aged between six and 12 years. Campbell Leaves BLAJIUIOHE (CNP Bureau) J. A. Campbell and family left Blairmore last week to take up residence in Vermilion. Mr. Campbell, administrator of the department of social de- velopment offices at Blair- more, has been here since last fall. A. Koslsanto of Edmonton will be arriving here this week to replace Mr. Campbell. Record Hop PICTURE BUTTE (Special) Teen Town will hold a record hop in the LDS Hall Friday, Sept. 5. Tile top will last from 9 p.m. to midnight. On Saturday a car wash will be hold from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Toyata's garage. There will also be a car-bash. The department considers tho program successful, and hopes to provide similar playgrounds and activities in additional areas next year. The department lias express- ed thanks to all who gave gen- erously of their time and tal- ents to the program. A final report has been pre- pared, and copies are available to anyone who will contact the recreation office in Picture Butle Honor Miss Ward FORT MACLEOD Miss Emily Ward has been honored by several friends prior to her departure for St. Laurent, Que. Miss Ward came west in 1943 to visit a sister in Montana and then on to Lstbbridge, where she worked for 10 years before coming to Fort 'Mac- leod to be ..ausekecper and companion for Mrs. Ida Me- Nab. Recently (lie McNab family honored her. They went on a trip to Pincher Creek, Water- ton, and home by Cardston. A dinner was held in the Prince of Wales Hotel. Growsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernoti Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore 562-214? COUNTRY NEWS These Are Herald Correspondents in Your Area GRANUM MRS. ED. CESAR General Delivery GRASSY LAKE MRS. WASY TURNBUIL General Delivery HILLSPRING MRS. BERTHA WYNDIR P.O. Box 174 PICTURE BUTTE S. t. JOHNSON Gen. Del. RAYMOND MRS. DEUA WOOLF Gen. Del. TURIN Mn Paulin Juhor 738-4394 Contact these people for your District Classified Advertising mach ff An attitude in Men's shins that dares to be dashing... MACH II is today's newest styling in sport and dress shirts and this is how Arrow has done it... Firsf, pick the latest in plain shades, then shape both the front end back in a shape that's slim. Then add three buttons to each cuff and lengthen the collar points. The Arrow look is now complete except for one step. Arrow adds contrasting stitching. Stitching that points out skill. 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