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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 10, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Hn�llll!lll!!l!!lllllllll!lll�liUII!lll�n!l!!ll!l 'Pass tourist committee sponsors public parley COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) - It is being called to discuss A meeting of interest to all in a historical society for the this area, sponsored by the Crowsnest Pass; a provincial Crowsnest Pass Citizens Tour- park for the area; RCMP Cen- ist Committee, will be held in tennial celebration; and fqrma- the Crowsnest Pass Consolidate tion of a tourist association, ed High School at 7:30 p.m. Fred Bradley of Blairmore Sunday, Feb. 18. will preside. LQQK WHAT WE'VE ADDED! wmMMmmmmmmmmmzmwmmmm THE EMPRESS The EMPRESS is a sectional home that looks custom-built EMPRESS is CMHC and AHC Approved!  Comes in sizes up to 1320 sq. ft.  Can be installed on a basement, foundation or blocked and skirted LARGE INTRODUCTORY DISCOUNTS Available at Both Lots LOOK MOBILE HOMES COALHURST - Phone 327-3744 BLAIRMORE - Phone 562-2363 Saturday, February 10, 1973 - THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD - 1ft Six aides okay but ... not 16 TABER (TINS) - Sometimes you win and sometimes you lose.  An application for fluids to employ 16 school aides in the Tatoer school division under the Local Initiatives Program -has been rejected by the department of manpower and immigration. A similar application by the Tafoer separate school district to employ six aides under the same program was approved. In the separate school district, the approved grant of $9,894 will be used tx> place two teacher aides and a library clerk in St. Mary's High School, one aide and a library clerk in St. Patrick's Elementary School and an office clerk in the district's office "in the administration building. The grant covers 102 weeks of employment beginning Jan. 31 for full - time employees hired through Canada Manpower's Lethbridge office. The less fortunate Taber school division was advised by T. Dent, regional eo-ordinator for LIP, that a selection had to be made from among many worthwhile proposals because there were insufficient funds to approve all of the applications. 3TBSr1? NEWS Mountain of rock moved by Kaiser SPARWOOD (HNS) - During the past year Kaiser Resources operations here have moved a lot of rock to get to the coal. At Harmer Ridge, pit crews moved almost 35 million cubic yards of rock and sent better than five million tons of raw coal to the Elkview plant. All units contributed to a record day in December with the removal of 149,682 cubic yards of rock. Orion (Shorty) Walmsley's crew contributed a record shift of 52,790 cubic yards. Shovels, drills, trucks dozers and other equipment was kept repaired and moving. At Harmer Ridge, where ail-most all of the new supervisory staff were promoted from the hourly ranks, many improved mechanic staff procedures were suggested and adopted, including the PM system, filter checks and spectographic analysis. The Michel Colliery had what  LAS VEGAS PALM SPRINGS TOUR......$255 MARCH 3-14 DAYS (Transportation and accommodation) * DISNEYLAND TOUR......$220 APRIL-EASTER - 11 DAYS Book now - Limited number of tickets available! NORTHERN BUS TOURS PHONE 327-3536 THBRIDGE, ALTA. may well be a record year for underground coal mining in British Columbia, with production from both Balmer North and the Hydraulic Mine exceeding one million tons. The underground crews broke several other records: A total of 2,775 tons of raw coal produced by a single face in one shift: 6,258 tons produced by six men in one day: and a total output of 8,174 tons in a single day. At the Elkview plant more than five million short tons of metalurgical coal were prepared for shipment t o Westshore. A record 510,000 tons was produced, for a daily average of 17.838. The Michel plant continued its usual fine production during the year, included were 131.000 tons of coke and 675,000 gallons of tar. Opinion poll PINCHER CREEK (Special) - The Town of Pincher Creek is conducting a public opinion poll and council invites residents to express opinions with respect to renaming one of Pincher Creek's public institutions or streets in memory of the late Lester B. Pearson, a former Nobel Peace Prize winner and former prime minister. Shower held NATAL (HNS) - A shower was held in St. Michael's Hall at Sparwood recently to honor Miss Mirella Bellina, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elio Bellina of Natal. She was escorted into the hall by Miss Rosalie Bonin of Hosmer and Miss Patsy Whiting of Sparwood. Both mothers, Mrs. E. Bellina of Natal and Mrs. Irene Ten-ace of Calgary, attended the shower. Miss Bellina will exchange marriage vows with John Terrace of Calgary. Building fund SPARWOOD (HNS) - The building fund at St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church will receive a boost in the near future. Tickets will be sold on a portable television set that has been donated for the purpose of raising money. It will ease the debt on the new church buildings. DANCE FEB. 17 PINCHER CREEK (Special) - The hall board of the new Community Hall is sponsoring a dance Saturday, Feb. 17, at 9 p.m. Music for the evening will be by the Linemen. r SAND ^ GRAVEL ASPHALT T0LLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Consfruetion Co. ltd. PHONE 328-2702-327-3610 4 4 4 1 Boys' home plan dropped TABER (HNS) - Town council has approved membership in the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association at a fee of $436. Council refused requests for membership in the local branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association as a matter of policy. Council turned down a request by George Groft for an exchange of residential property. A report received from the Brothers of Our Lady of Lourdes said their proposal for a boys' home, in the former convent building, has been dropped because supporting funds from the provincial government were denied. You'd better hurry Feb. 28th 4Kk is the last day.,% The last day J to save onyour 1972 income tax. You can save on income tax now while you save for your retirement. Up to $4,000 can be deducted Irom your taxable income when deposited in any of our Registered Retirement Savinqs Plans. Stop by and see us for complete information. Registered Retirement Savings Plans. Royal Trust S 740 4th Ave. South Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 328-5516 1.49 DAYS �?TUESDAY Shop these Specials at THESE SPECIALS IN EFFECT ONLY AT  CENTRE VILLAGE IGA-LETHBRIDGE MONDAY and TUESDAY, Feb. 12th and 13th WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL CLOSING TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13th CASHMERE VINE RIPE CANADA NO. 1 NESCAFE INSTANT BATHROOM ground TOMATOES tissue BEEF lO-oz. jar 6 roll pack Fresh ;