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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _Wednoidciv, September 15, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 SAFECRACKER'S NIGHTMARE Frank Plowman, Bellevue welder smiles as lie welds a mesh of sleel bars lhat would give horrible nightmares to even the most proficient of safecrackers. The new vault is being constructed for the Royal Bonk of Canada at Blafrmore in (he now building lhal will house fhe bonk when completed. The one- mch steel bars are interwoven inlo each other and will be ihe skeleton that will hold together almost Iwo feel ihickness of concrele walls. The vault is to be fireproof and withoul a doubl burglar-proof. Kate Andrews holds awards dav Seek more pollution control NATAL, B.C (HNS) The Based on advice of ils con- Regional District of East Koo- sultants, the RDEK's objec- ten ay lias lodged an objection tions are lhal Hie lagoons are! wilh Ihe Pollution Control adequate only for (lie summer Board (o an application by months, but removal (of Fording Coal for stabilization offending material by bacterial I lagoons al the village of Elk- action) efficiency drops off sig-1 ford. nificanlly in (he winter months. B.C. Tel ii enounces organizational changes CRANBROOK f Special) James J. McGimpsey has been appointed district customer service manager in Cranbrook, for the Easl Kooleuay District, and will report to D. A. Smith, division customer service man- Report ng to Doug Smith will be Ross J. Mark, district cus- tomer service manager, Kam- loops. Mr. Mark was formerly district customer service man- ager in Nelson. Also reporting to Mr. Smith, will be Jinr J. ager in Kamloops. McGimpsey (as Mr. McGimpsey is b c i n g i D- s- Knight, district transferred to Cranbrook from I tomer service manager, Campbell River. Prior Lo Campbell River he was district commercial and traffic supervisor in Cranbrook. Mr. McGimpsey will be re- Nel- Reporting to Bill Walker, will be C. E. Parr, who has been appointed division construction manager, working from Kain- sponsible for scn'icc to (cle- Mr. Parr is being trans- phone customers in the East ferred lo Kamloops Nel- Kootenay District. Mr. Me- Gimpsoy's appoint in e n t be- came effective Sept. 1. In conjunction with Mr. Mc- Gimpsey's appointment, inter- ior division manager Gordon Strainer has announced a sc- ries of organizational changes. The reason for these changes is to enable public contact em- ployees in B.C. Tel to become more closely associated with customer service. son, and will be responsible for directing B C. Telephone's construction programs through- out the division. Also reporting to Mr. Walker will be UK dis. frict plant supervisors in Kam- loops, Nelson, and Cranbrook These supervisors will be sponsible for the maintenance operation of the B.C. Tele- phone equip in e n t offices throughout the division. Reporting to G. M. Bciiett The RDCK says only 30-50 per cent removal is effected in the lagoons m winter, not the 05-J15 per cent removal of the summer and ice on the river further prevents aeration. It suggests increasing the size or fhe numljer of the sla- j bilization lagoons, so thai sew-' age could be held ISO days of; ;hc year, ralher than fhe 127 days proposed. The HDEK also asks the Pol- lulinn Control Board to assure that the dike at the lagoons is strong enough to resist any pressure on it. as it is in the present flow channel of the Elk River. The RDEK board said it feels that new installaiions should be required to meet the highest standards under the Pollution Control Act. Tivo other applications have passed through the Regional District of East Kootenay of- fices and are being examined by the board's consultants. One is for an increase in amounts discharged into water by Crest- brook, and the other is for con- tinuous air emission from Fording Coal's washing plant near Elkford. COALDALE (HNS) Philip Malkas walked off with the major share of prizes and awards at this year's awards day presentation at Kate An- drews High School in Coaldale. Among Ihe awards lhat ho cap- tured were the following: 1. University of Chicago Scholarship; the scholarship is in excess of per year, and is renewable each year. The .scholarship was only one of several awarded to Cana- dian high school students. 2. The Malsumiya Malhemat- ics Prize for obtaining a grade of 37 in Mathematics 30. 3. The Coaldale Home and School Scholarship for earning an aggregate standing of 92.75 per cent on the Grade 12, de- partmental examinations. 4. The Canadian Sugar Fac- tories Scholarship for obtain- the highest average in fhe Grade 12, departmental. 5. The Klassen Coustiuction Mathematics and Science Prize for earning an average of 91.67 in three Grade 12 mathematics and science courses. 6 The Pythian Sisters of Coaldale Prize for obtaining a grade of 96 in English 30. 7. The Province of Alberia Scholarship for earning an hon- ors standing on fhe Grade 12 departmental examinations. Other awards and their re- cipients were: Karen Boulfon and Ed Dick- shared the Grade 10, Kate An- drews Memorial Award. Grade 11 recipients were Richard Low and Herb Sych. These awards are made on the ba- sis of character, personality, participation in school activi- ties and reasonable academic performance. Peter Martens' Square Deal Homes Character, Effort and Citizenship Awards recog- nized: Annette Herget. Bev Hrauac, Otto Lenz, Darryl Matsumiya, Ursula Pie- chowicz, Vivian White Quills, Mary Slemko, Craig Slen, Lin- da Unger, Magdalene Woclclte. Outstanding leadership in or- ganizing, promoting and direcl- ing student activities at Kate Andrews High School earned Pat Oshiro the Smith's Color TV Leadership Award. The Kinsmen Club of Coal- dale Scholarship offered to a student who attains a high level of academic achievement and who goes on to college, technical school, agricultural college or other non-university institution, was shared jointly by Monica Bodie and Doug Gossen. The annual Rotary Club of Coaldale Scholarship for high academic standing and partici- pation in school activities was Council seeks ambulance aid won tliis year by Ga.vle Tsu-1 doiils ainom! lire Grade 12 Award was won by Tcin jiura. graduating class were: I'hiliu j Gould-Hawke (or his uiilialhe, The C o a I d a 1 c Home And Malkas, Ernesl Janztn and interest and participation in School Scholarships, awarded j Monica Bodie. extra-curricular activities, lo the top three academic stu-1 The Low's Pharmacy Alhlct- Ben's Accounting Steno- graphic Award [or proficiency in Business Education u-as cap- i lured by Monika LiUau. Miss LJltaii also won liic Kinetic Diploma Award for ob- taining the highest aggregate standing among those students pursuing a program of studies other than a matriculation one. Students o[ the Grade 12, class who have made an im- portant and worthy contribu- tion lo the studcr.L life u[ Kate NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Mu- nicipal councils witliin the Re- gional District of East Koo- tenay have been asked for their opinion of a suggestion lhat ambulance societies be given grants from the RDEK. would be left, which could be distribuled to ambulance so- cieties in the five hospital areas: for Windcrmere, K i m- berley, Cranbrook, Fernie and Spanvood hospjfaJs. Andrews High School Ihe past three years were hon-1 I ored with Cosldale Meal Mar-'" F'7IiUP 5IAI.KAS Admimstralor Frank Bertoia The move was suggested af- ter the Windermei bulance Society wrote to the often scri'ic extra municipal RDEK asking it to back a loan areas, although support comes for the purchase of a new am-1 mainly from municipal sources, bulance. The RDEK has no Presumably municipal grants power to do so, hut ils finance be cut off. committee suggested thatj Two thousand dollars a year grants for such purposes could: would be adequate, he said, to be made as 'grants in aid.' for' cover financing of the Winder- which it can levy one-tenth of a i mere ambulance, and the fi- niil) in a year nance committee felt that the The board presently uses money could be used wisely by some nf that money for a! oilier ambulance associations, grant to a Koolenay tourist I so that they would have money promotion body. About SI new vehicles when needed. ket Service Awards. They out that ambulances I ATn to the often seme extra municipal Drpwcn', Bill Enge. Mai- 1 lalieu, Donna Matolsci, Donna Murray, Chris Pearson, Anna Relzlatf. Gaylc Tsiijiiira. Bolme named at Gieiiwood Cardston teachers CARD5TDN (HNS) Following is the leaching slaff for Ihe Cardston School Division for 1971-73. Cardslon Elementary Schools, Mel vin Collie, principal. Leeside School: Rulh Bennell, Annie Dawson, Eliza- beth Grant, Melvlna Jensen. Weslside School: Kaniille Nielson, K a I h leen Palmar, Nan Pills. Clara Sole, Lee Creek Educational Centre: Shir- j Hayn'es Don Bur- H( 7emp, Wanda Jensen Wickham, Re William Nelson. Magralh Elementary School: Jay Ha mil I on, principal; Doreen AM on, Beatrice Marker, Jehzell H a r k R r, Jeanelle Heninger, Margaret Leish- man, Shirley Neilson, Nada Pilling, Irene Ririe, Phyllis Stearns. Msgralh High School: Grant Wheel- ley Bascom, Delia Blumel bank, Janice Beaze ford, Neldon Hatch, Jackson, Lucille Leavitf, Pat Leavill, Fay Marsden, Florence Niclson, Ttumas Parhes, Cariyie Pilling. Mildred musscn, Keilh Russell. Arline Scott. Carol Sheen, Norman Sheen, Wayne Slronq, Irenn Trnxel, Lnura VadnaiS, Jay Whreler. Indian Kindergarten: Ada Black- more, Vfols Blackmoro, Eleene Quin- ton, Elizabeth Shields, Elizabeth Julia Vander Heide, Marie Zemp. man, I Done Ruby Fletcher, Shar ncs Doyd Hunlcr, Low- drick, David Lowry. Magralh Junior High School: Llovd Junior High School: Alma Bob Somrnerleldl. principal. Lynn Lillian Beswick, Leruae Cahooi Campbell, David Cooper, Russell French, Shirley Gibb, (vice Stan Hawkins, Verylc Leavill, Joan Aftuhleslcin- flpryl Nish, Elva Pilcher, Michael Shaw, Terrell Skinner, Elva Stewart, Gordon Tolleslrup. Cardston High School: Huberl West, principal; Brent Nielson. vice-princi- pal. Teresa Bowers, Maurice Bray- ley, Elaine Bunnagc. Max Hardy, Grant Jensen, Edward Kinn, Shirley Kopilzke, Blame Leavill, Kennelh Leavill, Delwyn Paulson, Paul Dec Payne, Martha Relchle, William Rich- ards, Keith Shaw, LeRov Wnlker, Granl Websler, Anita Weslon, Verna Wteldrum, vice-principal; Wai1 rie, Keilh Sabey, Ray Stevenson, George Taylor, Roberl West, Gear Wheeler. Glen wood School: Edwin LoiA-ry, principal; Keilh Tolman, vice-princi- pal; Brenda Archibald, Pnlricla Ca- hoon, Loila Fisher, Daryll LeavIM, Ls- dene Merrill, Rulh Olsen. Del Bonito School: Kenneth Chip- principal; Wilma Campbell, Ann Donovan, Rose Edgemond. Mounlaln View School; Noel Pilling, principal; Inei D a v I ds o n, Irpffa Thompson. Hutterlle Colonies: Easf Elm Col- ony, Magralh: Ray Pilling. Easl Cardslon Colony: Thora Daincs. Har- ris Ranch Colony, Cardslon; Glen Slokes. Hullerville Colony, Magralh: Lorna Wilde. NGW Elm Colony, Magralh: Floyd Larson Old Efm Colony, Ma- gralh: Julia Bondy. Ridge Colony, Maqrath: David Ras- mussei. Riverside Colony, Fort Mac- leod: Roberl Blackmore. Slsndoff Col- ony, Cardslon- Theron Olsen. W e s I Colony, Cardslon: VerDell sax- Roslyn BeswicK. c.AJJDSTON' fMNS) Two The annual Canadian Sugar Bishopric's were changed ifl Ihe Factories Scholarship awarded Alberia Slalie of the LDS lo the studenl of Kale Andrews, Church at Hie recent quarterly who obtains the highest stand-1 conference, ing on the Grade 12. examine-1 In Hie Glumvnod ward. Keith lions was won by Philip Olsen. Byron -Smith and Rex Ufalkas. Wood were released after serv- The Kate Andrews Grade 10 ing fir more than seyen years. Academic Prize for the highest aggregate standing in a mini- mum of 30 credits was gamed by Linda Oshiro, The Kate Andrews Grade 11 Academic Prize awarded lo the student earning the highest ag- gregate standing in a minimum of 30 credits was shared by Linda Unger and Darryl Mat- sumiya. For obtaining the highest standing on (lie French 30 ex- amination, Michael Luco won Harry's Auto Service French 30 Prize. The Kate Andrews German 30 Prize was captured by Er- nest Janzcn The County of Lethbridgc Agricultural Bursary of flOO was awarded Tony Bikke. The Bank of Montreal Home Economics Award was pre- sented lo Rhona Thompson The Kale Andrews Industrial Arts Award was won by Zolten Petrtk. The IGA Filling (he vacancy are: Win- ston Bohne as Bishop with Thomas LOWTT and Rudy Kuich as counsellors. In the Leavilt Ward, Ray Leavitt. Chester Walhurger, and Leavift were re- leased. The new bishop is Ches- ter Walburger, while his coun- sellors are Veryl and Mark Walhurger. Bishop Leavitt served in that capacity for nine years. Art Award was awarded lo Stephanie -S'awchuk Province of Alberta Scholar- ships, awarded to Grade 12 students who obtained honors standings on the Grade 12, de- partmental examinations were won by: Philip Malkas, Ernest Janzen, Monica BodJc, Doug Gossen, and Michael Luco. Pel show Bl.AIRMORE CCNT Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass SPCA is sponsoring a pet show to be hrld in Hie Blairmore town park. The evrnl is In be held at II a.m. Salurday. Sept. 25. and any type of pet will be admit- ted. Entry fee has been set at 25 cents per pet. Prizes for the best dressed pets in the various categories will be given. CARPET ond UNO (Complete InstollolionsJ) Free Eslimalesl No Obligation) PHONE 327-8578 CAPITOL FURNITURE "The Carpet House or 1he Soulh" Proceed ivilh exproprutlion NATAL, B.C. (11NS) Ex- propriations of private prop- erty in the NaLal urban re- newal area will proceed, and another demolition contract will be up for tender as soon as the information can be gath- ered, says Frank Bertoia, ad- ministrator of the Regional District of East Kootcnay. He reported to the RDEK board recently (Jiat he had pur- chased four properties that day, with two bought previous- ly and two settlements immi- nent. Some properties however, would be expropriated. The Regional District of Easl Koolenayi administrating body for the' Urban Renewal Scheme, has said it wanls work finished by the end of this vcar. and functions have been dcsie nntcd to give more efficient Mr. Slenner added (lint the be (lie chief operators in changes are being made so Kamloops, Williams Lake, Nel- thal the format of districts I S0r> ancl Cranbrook. would be retained, (o cncour-1 I" cacli case, the clianjws age as much decision making as possible, at local levels. B.C. Telephone's District Customer service to the eustonier. Service Managers will be the senior men in their r ff 11 Of I (f ft f I Thrpr fimrlional drprirlnicill beads have brnn npiminlwl BIjAinMnUli iCNl1 Bureau) will report dirccfly to Mr. Mr. ajid Mrs. Me Inn Cox, ner. son Charles anri daughters Doup A. Smith, has been Notlio and Carol accompanied pointed division customer scr- j hy Mrs. Josephine Mills, all of j vice manager; William M. Blah-more arc spending a five- Walker has been appointed div- week visit in Holland and other ision plajil mannpor; nnri Mr. parts of Europe. G. Mike Bennett has been ap- Also veiling in Holland from pointed division traffic super- Rlnirmore is Mrs. Hans Van visor. I Dclf. LOGGING CONTRACTOR Required Immediately In Crcston area of Easl Koolenayi to produce 6 loath per day. Contncl Croslbrook Forait Industrie! Lid., at Cran- brook 426-6241 or Creslon 428-2244, nflor offitt hours con- tact Mr. Sid Brtisi, tlivisiontil Forest Superintendent nl 428-4051. HELPS SMOKEY THE BEAR Calvin Tymburski, 8, of Coaldale is all dressed up lo go fire fighting. "I've got a shovel and I hope my panls slay says Calvin, add- ing. "Don't slarl fires, prcvcnl thorn." Young Tymburski travelled wifh dis dod through fl.C. forosls hit by firfis ond decided lo do something about it. Buy one of my Snak-Paks and get ne Free! Colonel Sanders Celebrates his 81st Birthday with a Cross-Canada Birthday Sale on Thurs. Sept. 16" Buy one at the regular Get one FREE! Sale quanlilies may be limited In some localities, check wilh Ihe Kentucky Fried Chicken Store in your area, AVAILABLE AT BOTH LOCATIONS: SVEN ERICKEN'S Fine Foods and Pastry Shop Cor, M.M. Drive, 3rd Avo. J. Pliono 328-8161 1705 Moyor Magralh Drivo Pliono 328-7752 ;