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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Passwords Schools open to visitors BLAIRMORE (CMP Bureau) Education Week in the Crowsnest Pass will be marked with open houses at all schools. Students' work will he dis- played. Various sessions will Lutherans elect; chiefs at Gruniun Bridge to replace ferry TABIiH I HNS I Location II was nolcd that Hie amount of the grant received been establish- Commission to relocate railway crossings al Ihc en- choral and gymnastics pro- gram is planned. T h e Crowsnest Consolidated High School open house will be held Tuesday, March 7, from a.m. to 4 p.m. On Tuesday evening a pro- be held. Parents and interest-1 grain js planned for the cd persons will see what Hie j Jsabelle Sollon School, Blair- education program in this area includes. more, to start at p.m. The new reading program in Open house in the M. D. Me- j primary grades will be explain- Eachern School Bellevue ed with Mrs. Enid Giimar and will Ire held March B from Christina Pitt parlicipai- to p.m. j ing: social studies in junior Students will conduct the j high school with Tom Stanley tour and coffee will be served.! taking part: Science Fair di- Colcman Central School will I reeled by staffer Joris have open house March from Kcmners: French with Mrs a.m. to p.m. and the j Beverly Gregory: and sex cdu- Horace Allen School will hold j cation in school with a student its open house from 1 p.m. to 5 panel and staff Miss Eili p.m. Wednesday, March 8. A I James. Jcibloushi to perform Officers for the coming year arc: president, Agnar Johnson; vice president, LeRoy Fjord- Iwtten; secretary, Roy Fjord- bottcn; and treasurer, Art Fjordbotten. Preceding the meeting a pol- luck supper was served. Excellent junior tug for Mrs. Scheibner of a proposed bridge over Ihe Bow River, connecting the j was the same. County of Newell on the norlh I Council was given approval with ibe Tauer MD on Ihe! from the Canadian Transport GRANL'M (HNS) The an- nual meeting of the Granum ecl- Lutheran Church was held re-i ll built LODU feet up- I stream of the ferry which it, will replace at Holing north of the hamlet of Hays. Correspondence Iroin tlie de- partment of highways and i transport addressed to the: Taber MD confirmed a decision i reached at a meeting here Jan.' rnAinui? n 5 when DOH officials met with COALDALE (HlNb' JI''S- I MD council representatives. The municipal will be required to provide the t access right-of-ways and con- S1 slluct approaches, Is the department will stall the foundation and piers this year under a federal guv- eminent incentive grant. lei O Construction of Ihe bridge, C7 which will be built with steel sections from bridges disman- tled elsewhere, is expected to be completed in two years. In other highways deparl- trances of the Grantbam and Enchant communities. The re- location request was to con- form with district roadways and to convenience local travel- lers by removing numerous turns. Wadnoiday, February S3, 1972 THE tETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 Youth program forms ready Mary Scheibner was captain, requested full alien- recently dance for practice meetings Day of prayer BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) Crow-finest Pass residents will have an opportunity to hear renowned pianist March Jablonski. He will appear in concert al the Isabelle Scllon School, Blairmore, at 8 p.'n. March 6. The event is sponsored by the Crowsnest Pass High School Band under the direction of Bandmaster Arland A. Man- gold. Mr. Jablonski, a Canadian pi- anist, has presented concerts in Belgium, Russia and Italy. Tn Leningrad, his last con- cert of the tour, they would not permit him to leave the stage, because of requests for more encores. GRANUM (HNS) The World Day of Prayer service will be held in the Knox Pres- byterian Church of Jumbo Val- ley at March 3. All interested women are m- viled to attend. junior of the Feb. 16, 23 and March 13 at 8 aul.ionlies j Pvlhian sjsters Sun-'p.m. set Temple No. 6. Installing officer was Mrs. "j'p.1 Molly Burton. She was assisted s! hy Mrs. Frances Vasclenak and Mrs. Perry. The "re-obligation Mrs. Gladys Noble offered to bate the anniversary cake. Mrs. Gladys Gordon and Mrs. M'iry Scheibner were present- ed uitl, silver spoons in appre- ciation of their long service on was llic" ithe lar executive assisted by Mrs. voted to have a Joyce Owen, Mrs. Ardclle! Christmas gilt exchange in Brewn and Mrs. Evelyn Ken- PINCIIKK CREEK (Special) Application forms and infor- eoncerning the Federal Oppor- tunities For Youth Program are available at the Pincher Creek parks and recreation of- fice. Projects are to satisfy com- munity need or betlerment goals. There is no limit to the a mourn of projects from a community; all are judged on their merits. Salaries for approved proj- ects range between SCO to ?90 per- week. Ip !o -JO per cent administra- tive expenses arc reimbursed and remainder of the funds are Id be provided by the com- munitv. Organizations and individ- uals in the community are to cniorse the project before it is submitted Youths interested in applying for Opportunities for Youlh I Project funds are advised to contact the parks and recre- ation office. 627-4322, or Raj Burgess at 2S4-I5G6 of "mys'X'ry 1' was reported 40 sick ar.d friendship calls wore made by members during January. To parley To all leaders, Venturers, cr Chris Rodgcrs who has re- Scouts, Cubs and the multitude signed to carry on with the of parents (plus Rangers, Scout group al Hays. Guides and Brownies) the Vulcan Scouts and Guides lengthening or the hours of held a toboggan party and a daylight, the extra sunlight and I family night pot-luck supper. the melting of snow is just a sign that Scout-Guide Week is here. Call it Thinking Day or Brotherhood Week, no time as short as ONE day or as long as a WEEK can do more Mian The supper will be Feb. at the Vulcan Civic Centre. This year's event will cover all the fl ''.g affair, j wil, now ho hck] SUNDIAL, (Special) R. W. (Dick) Papworth, reeve of Lethbridge County 26 is attend- ing the national conference of mayors and elected officials al the Canadian Emergency Mea- sures College, Aniprior, Out. The four-day conference ends Thursday. II will be af.lcndcd by 40 rep- resentatives from provinces across Canada. Auction cattle CRAN'BROOK Community Auction Sales Ltd. Crrnbrook Sales Point at its opening 1972 auction recent- ly sold 172 head of mixed ani- mals for a lotal Buyer support was excellent with large shipments going to southern Aiberta feeder lots, manager Bill Bradford reports. Change dates TABER (HNS) Annual elector's meetings in Tabcr School Division No. 6 have been moved ahead one day to accommodate the principals concerned. The meeting at Vauxhall ney. Plans were made for the !o- ment business, the ?.ID's' temple's 25th !univcr.sj.y minislrators met district' observance to he held Man'i engineer T. D. McGreer of 14. Charier members were re- Lelhbridge. He presented a'quested to wear white dresses! STIRLING (HNS) The summary of work completed in for the occasion. A banquet v ill i Mon Amc Ladies' Club is now 1971 which earned the MD a j precede the regular meeling. j canvassing for the Red Cross grant of S119.343, now received. I Mrs. Jessie Nolan, degree j in tlie community and district. A'ds Red Cross Drug seminar CLAKKSHOLM (HNSI There will be an open house al the Willow Creek Composite High fchi.nl here March K from 7 to 9 p.m. with displays and demonstrations. A drug seminar will he held in Ihc same school Feb. 25, and 27. Dogcatcher needed now at Pijicher PINt'HER CRKKK (Spec-all Thcrc will be a crackdown on dogs runnirg at large in the town. A letter from the school divi- sion office to council says dogs are riming in packs 'in lie school yard- Ii was reported at least three chi'dren have been bitten. K dijcatchei will be given permission to leave his regular work anv time the school division requests his dog. catching services. n's anii a Church Parade I'cb. a( _m March of Active part and clcctors Scout-Guide Good of olcjman Rjycr is to slart us off in the RIGHT going, et ,he w R High direction. i The moccasin telegraph School here at 8 p.m. Wednes- The Grizzly district chief, I Grassy Lake tells of past day, March 15. Mr. C. Groiuiilwater, is to he flln for the Wolf Cub Pack. complimented on the fine pro- Tnis involved the mothers who gram worked out with the wcrc invited to see a pack Guides and Brownies for Think- meeting with investiture and ing Day in Matthew Ballon an- j prescnlalion of badges. Then. ditorium to launch Scout-Guide I >ls a surprise, they received Week in Pinchcr Crrrk. special corsages and table can- Legion president Ilracl An- j fllc decorations made by Ihc Hoop tourney FORT MAC LEOD (Special! The F. P. Walslie Senior High School girls will sponsor a basketball tournament Satur- _ day at 9 a.m. dersnn was on band as were in handicraft teams participating will be the Color Parties of the Royal Three woofs to Akela Jennie from Coalbiirsl. Nobleford. Canadian Legion and the Kambpilz, George Kambeitz i i, e t h bridge Catholic Central' Ladies Auxiliary. and Lyle Willshirc! 1 Milk R j v e r, and Pincher E. Staples gave n rendition A special salute goes out to Creek. of Last Post and Reveille on former Seoul Don MacCrim-! Between 6 and 7 p.m. there his trumpet. j nmn of Pincher Creek. This will be a cheerleading compcti- Guides, Brownies, Venturers, j young man has achieved honors j lion. Scout Wolf Cubs all in uniform j in physical education and in Basketball semi-finals are al paraded in with the Color I zoology. He wil conclude his 7 and the finals will be at Party. I courses at the University of i Master of ceremonies was Calgary in early April. f Chris Groundwnter. the pianist, Mrs. Jackie ThciriauK. Guide Lee Ann led off with the opening pray- A welcome to the great world of Scouting is extended to a Fitzpatrick new district in Alberta, Ihc Kev. V. Munshaw gave the scripture reading with Hiltmi IMiaris. reeve of ML) 3. lighting the symbolic candle lo mark j llann.i. newly-formed Handbills dis- trict. This includes Druinhdl- .Mm-riii. Munson. Delia, Braun scores COALDALE (HNS) In a recent pee wee game. Coaldaie j Canucks ouLscored Ihe Coal- dale Black Hawks 13-7. Eddie Braun scored eight Rinjisry and H.inna. The chair- j goals for the winners. Paul Dave Hedge w e I I of Bryant came in with two and Don Kasnor. Ricky Trailer and Tlf i 4 K Tl'c commissioner is made one eac theme was rospon- Manlrv of Drmnhrller. Black H a w k s Curtis 1 There should he action with am' Leslie Enns each scored The following repeated their Scmllrl.- Ril, Wr, tnml, twice while Robert group promise: Donald Scout Mauni Azzara; Guide Lee Ann Fitz-Jialrick; Wolf Cub Paul Brnwnip Sharon Miss Linda .McGarva led the assembly in The Lord's from the Alberla Jamboree. The list of activities definitely leaves the impression ol ''never a dull moment" each and every month. Hanna alone has 7.' Cubs and !fl Scouts. Volunteers to help wanted Siehert and D a n n y Twitchen tallied one each. Feed animals NATAL (HNS) The Spar-wood Rod and Gun Club recent- er. Venturer Donald Vancli-zande ended the program with Ihc Closing Prayer. Pianist sirs. Tlierriaiill played (lie as Color Parties and the various groups departed. March IS in the Dieppe Lounge of the Pincher Creek Legion the Grizzly District Council will hold a Lew Blair Evening. !n conjunction prominent Canadian Indian connected with brotherhood groups across Canada is the well-known Chief Dan George. The teachers meeling al the coming teachers' convention in Lolliliridgc will have the privilege of hearing him speak at their banquet. How apt. an occasion as Scout-Guide Week is also Brotherhood Week. To out lists of Scouts purchased a quantity ot pellelizcd food and with the help of local .snowmobilers and conservalion officer initiated a game-feeding program to tide j the wildlife over until snow conditions permit natural feeding. The feeding program consists of culling down small cedar and aspen trees and placing a quantity of pellets where they this will he a poster compeli-tion for Cubs. Scouts and Venturers, with the judging al Ihe next council meeling. Most important will be the showing of Mr. Blair's color slides of who have passed on lo higher service we sorrowfully add the name of the Inlc Barrv Bobbins. He has "Gone Home." Good Scouting, all! not. sink out of site or be coveird by fresh snowfalls. Hello Dolly! MILK RIVER The musical World .Jamboree al Japan Dolly! will be presented the Erin Rivers High School Tentative plans for the Mine March 25, X and 27. mer barbecue have been made, June 17 being the (HNS) Six slwiw was previouslv scheduled lo run for only two L i m iled bul because of the fa- The Grizzly t'minril regrets the departure of its secretary, Cel Sinir, lo Calgary, .Seoiiler Dyer reported Ihe passed examinations and received certificates in underground mine rescue response tickets will be available beginning Feb. 27 for tlio March 27 performance. Tickets for tho show, which ment of a training course for leaders because of men, instructed by Albert I.illler of Feriu'e. at R p.m. in (.lie high school, mav he nurchiised at Hon.-dd W. Cluster S. S.nro Mi'k DiMilcl liiiiiMmMmirr liny laje. Kriih Hramvcll. Harold River ttri, r. I'.mvanls has been appoinled al Barnwcll. He replaces John Kelhy and lieza and from Kerv Thies-flon in Coutls. IE FEBRUARY 23-24 ATHLETIC SPORTS Piastic Garbage Bags SGf. rKICE c AN5MALS KRESGE PRICE ALPHA LIGHT BULBS KRESGE PRICE ASSORTED GLASSWARE KRESGE PRICE LADY PATRICIA HAIR SPRAY GILLETTE STAINLESS STEEL BLADES CRIMPKNIT Crepe Stitch and Jacquared Patterns New Spring Shades..............yd. OPEN DAILY 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. TIMS, and FRI. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ;