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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 11, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, September 11, LETHBRIDGE HERALD Suffield range sees archeology, defence research of horror this lead-lined vault was designed to store deadly mustard gas and radioactive materials Herald District r Packed with history Al Scarth photos Tank scars Major Hank Barrett illustrates a "tank battle run" to Alberta Environment Conservation Authority Vice-Chairman Phil Dowlmg. Incinerator destroys DDT and poison gas This pit is years deep. It is an archeolo- gy dig on the giant military reserve at Suffield and every spoonful of earth removed from the site has been carefully sifted. The layers of silt aeposted by successive floods of the South Saskatchewan can be clearly distinguished and have preserved artifacts from Indian settlements as old as years The pit is 21 feet deep and project supervisor John Brum- ley says he has received excellent co-operation from the military m co-ordinating research at this dig and others with their exercices (see below) Other ac- tivities on the reserve are carried out by the defence research establishment and are also illustrated Homecoming Scheduled Okanagan South Socred FORT MACLEOD (Special) Leighton Buckwell, presi- dent ol the Fort Macleod Centennial Societv has arrangements in hand lor the homecoming weekend of 5 6 and 7 1974 Two days prior there will be 200 members oi the Agricultural Service Board in town and a piogram will be arranged for them July 5 the Little Royal cat- tle sale and a beer garden will be held Events slated lor July 6 are a horse show, parade, civic supper, beer garden and dance July 7 will be the day of the Stampede and school class reunions will be held The civic reception foi homecomers will be held at Midnight Stadium victor by votes 3 new teachers hired Cranbrook curling rink under way CLARESHOLM (Special The Willow Creek School Divi- Grants set up NOBLEFORD continuing memorial to the Clayton family, early pioneers in the Nobleford district, has been set up in the form of a perpetual scholarship for graduates of Noble Central High School It is for students entering the first year of a diploma or certificate course, in a technical school, college or apprenticeship In other news at Noble Central School, it is signifi- cant that there are only 11 pupils in Grade 1, down from 29 last year This year's Grade 12 class has 19 pupils, down from the 26 of last year si on sponsors kindergaiten in the area Kindergarten will be taught Miss Marilyn Baldwin Carmangav and Mrs Bar- bara Dakin, Hired for the primary department here is Mrs Maureen Allen, Calgarv An addition to the high school staff is Miss Mavis Mallabone who taught at Wm- field last She will teach home economics Mrs Lawrence, vice- principal of the elementary school has been granted leave of absence for a year Rev 0 C Seward was appointed to fill the position for a year ORANGE VITAMIN il unin is .1 n.ituicil con I IK MI I nl in. 111 yes ,ind ni JMHO I ii i i r KELOWNA. BC (CP) The official result of s Okanagan South provincial bv election released chief electoral officer Bert Manson gives Social Crediter Bill Bennett a margin of victory over runner-up Bryan Mclver of the NDP Mr Bennett polled 9.726 votes compared with 6 390 for Mr Mclver British Columbia Preschool set TABER REGIONAL RECREATION COMMISSION Requires Assistant Recreation Director Duties A ,sisl Supprintrndoiit ol Roc .'on in mfltU'is of UN! proqi immiiiq ol rccn ilion (or tin Mumrip il Dislnrl ol Tnbr" Training and Experience. AppiiriDI should ho n from n recognised Golleqp Oi Uni- versity with rr-njor LOUI