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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Passlwords Scliools open to visitors BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) I choral and gymnastics pru- Educalion Week in the gram is planned. Crow.snc.il Pass will be marked wilh open houses at all schools. Students' work will be dis- played. Various sessions will be held. Parents and interesl- T li c Crowsncsl Consolidated High School open house will be held Tuesday, March 7, from a.m. to 4 p.m. On Tuesday evening a pro- gram is planned for the cd persons will see what Ilie: jsabelle Scllon School. Blair- education program in this avca includes. move, to start al p.m The new reading program in Opcn house in the M. D. Me- j primary grades will be explain- Eachern School a! Bellcvue ed wilh Mrs. Enid Gihnar and will IK held March n from Christina Pill parlidpai- Lo p.m ing: social studies in junior Students will conduct Ihe J high school wilh Tom Stanley lour and coffee will be served. I taking parl; Science Fair di- Coleman Ccnlri'.l School will i reeled by s I a f f e r Joris have open house March it from 1 Kcmpers: French wilh Mrs a.m. lo p.m. and Ihe Beverly Gregory; ;md sex cclu- Korace Allen School will hold j cation in sthnnl wilh a student its ofin house from I p.m. lo 5 puncl and slalf Miss Eili p.m. Wednesday, March 8. A James. Jablonski to perform Bandmaster Arland A. Man- 1 gold- i Mr. ,Jablon.ski, a Canadian pi- aiiist. lias presented conccrLs in Belgium, Russia and Italy. j Tn Leningrad, his last con- j CCPL of tlie loin-, they would not permit him to leave the stage, because of requests for more encores. Lutherans elect chiefs at Gruuiini CillANL'M (UN'S) Tire an- nual meeting of the Gvanum Lutheran Church was held ccnlly. Officers fcr the coming year arc: president, Agnar .J'ohn.ion, vice president, LeRoy Fjord- boll en; secretary, Hoy Fjord- bollcn; and treasurer, Arl Fjordbollcn. Preceding the meeting a pot- luck supper was served. Bridge to replace ferry Youth program Wednoldoy, February S3, THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID 3 District doings BLAIRMORE 'CNP Bureau) Crowsnesl Pass residents will have an opportunity to hear renowned pianist Marek Jablonski. He will appear in concert al the Isabelle Sellon School, Blairmore, at a p.-n. March 5. The event is sponsored by the Crowsnest Pass High School Band under the direction of C.A. Weekes To all leaders. Venlurers, cr Chris Hodgrrs vJio has re- Scouts, Cubs and the multitude signed lo carry on will) Lhc of parents (plus Rangers, I Seoul group Hays. j Guides and Brownies) Ihc' Vulcan Scouls and Guides lengthening of the hours of licit! a toboggan parly and a daylight. Ihe exlra sunlighl and I family nigbl pol-luck supper, the moiling of snow is jusl a The supper will be Feb. 2fi al sign lhal Seoul-Guide Week is (In1 Videan C'ivic Ccnlre. This Day of prayer GRANUM (UN'S) The World Day of Prayer service will be held in the Kiiox Pres- byterian Church o[ Jumbo Val- ley at 2'30 March 3. All interested women are iii- viled to attend. To parley SUNDIAL (Special) R. W. (Dick) Papworth, reeve ot Lelhbridge County 26 is altend- ing the national conference of mayors and elected officials al the Canadian Emergency Mea- sures College, Amprior, Ont. The four-day conference ends Thursday. II will be attended by 40 ren- resentativcs trom provinces across Canada, Auction cattle CRAiYBfiOOK Community Auclion Sales Ltd. CiTTibrook .Sales Point at its opening 1972 auction recent- ly sold 172 head of mixed ani- mals for a lotal Buyer support was excellent wilh large shipments going to southern Alberta feeder lots, manager Bill Bradford reports. Change dates TARER (IKS) Annual elector's meetings in Tabcr School Dhision 6 have been moved ahead one day to accommodale Ihc principals concerned. TABliU I UN'S) location of a proposed bridge over the Bow River, connecting the County ot Newell on the north with the TaUer MD on Ihe south, has now been establish- ed. rf. i It will be buill feel up- stream of the lurry which it will replace at Holing Mills, north of the hamlet of Hays. Correspondence Iroin Ihe de- partment ot highways and transport addressed to the Taber MD confirmed a decision reached al a meeting here Jan. 5 when DOH officials met wilh I MD council representatives. The municioal authorities will lie required to provide the access right-of-ways and con- struct the bridge approaches, while Ihe department will in- stall Ihe foundation and piers this vear under a federal gov- ernment inccnlivc grani. Construction of Ihe bridge, which will be built with steel sections from bridges disman- tled elsewhere, is expected lo be completed in two years In olher highways deparl- mcnl business, Ihc MD's ad- ministrators met district engineer T. D. McGreer ol Lelhhridgc. He presented a summary of work complclcd in 1971 which earned the MD a grant of now received. I II was nolcd thai Ihc amount I of (he grant received in 1971) I was Ihe same. I Council was given approval from the Canadian Transport Commission lo relocale two railway crossings at the en- trances of the Grantham and Knchanl communities. The re- localion request was lo con- form wilh district roadways and to convenience local travel- lers by removing numerous turns. forms ready Excellent junior tag for Mrs, Sclieibner Good of oldmnn Rilcr is se( for w. R. Myers High liero. year's event will cover all the The at Vau.xball Call il Thinking Day or family al Ihe one big affair. School now he held Rrnlhrrliiind Week, no lime as I This and a Church Parade Feb. pm M.lrcll 14 short as ONE day or as long 27 will make an effedive parl and ,hc nieetjng' lor electors' as a can do more Mian "r .Seoul-Guide to slart us oil in (he IUGIIT; Vulcan: dircclion. The moccasin lelegraph School here al 8 p.m" Wcclncs- The Grizzly dislricl chief, Grassy Lake lells of past day, March 15. Mr. C. Grmmdwalcr, is lo be flm fo1' lhe V.'olf Cub Pack. complimented on Ihc fine pro- involved Ihe mothers who gram worked out wilh Ihe mvilcd lo see a pack Guides and Brownies for Think-. meeting with invcslilure and ing Day in Mallhew Nation au-; prescnlalion of badges. Then, dilorium (o launch Seoul-Guide >ls a surprise, (bey received Week in rinclirr n-rk. special corsages and lalilc can- Lcgmn president llracl An- die decorations made by Ihc derson was hand Hoop tourney FORT MA CLEOD (Special) The F. P. Walshe Senior High School girls will sponsor a basketball tournament Satur- day al 9 a.m Ihe Color Parlies of Ihe Ho.v-.ir'''hreo woofs lo Akrla Jennie f r 0 m Coalhursl. Canadian Lrcion and Ihc Georgo Kambrilz I, e I h bridge Catholic Central. Ladies Auxiliary. and Lylr jjillj River, and Pincher E. Staples gave a rendition i A special salute goes out to I Creek. of Last Post and Reveille on former Seoul Don MacCrim-: Belscon 6 and 7 p.m. there his Irumpel. j ninn of Pinclirr Crcrk. This will be a cheerleading competi- Guides, Brownies, Venlurers. young man has achieved honors j lion. Seoul Wolf Cubs all in uniform i in physical education and in Basketball semi-finals are al paraded in wilh Ihe Color I zoology. He wil conclude bis 7 and Ihe finals will be at Parly. I courses al Ihe University of i Master of ceremonies was Calgary in early April. Chris Grounclwaler. Ihe pianist, Mrs. Jackie Thnria Guide I.cc Ann Filzpalrick new dislricl in A welcome lo the great world of Scouling is extended to newly-formed Alhcna, Handbills the dis- tricl. This includes Uruinhrll- led off wilh (he opening pray- er. Krv. V. Munshaw gave llic nr. Mm-rin. Miinson. Drlin, senp'.iire rending with Ilillmi nnnsry anil llnnini The ehair- IMiai-is. reeve of Mil n. lighting i mm Ibe symbolic candle In mark limna The'.lislricl commissioner is Broun scores COAI.DALE (HNS) Tn a recc.nl pee wee game. Coaldalc 1 Canucks ouLscored Ihe Coal- dale Black Hawks 13-7. Eddie Braun scored eighl goals for [he winners. Paul Rryanl came in with two and Don Kasncr. Ricky Trabcr and Drnnis Trailer made one each The 1972 theme was 'respon- Manlrv of lirmidirller k s stilly 1 Thcre action wilh Lcslie oacl1 scorctl Tlie following repealed llicir scoiiin- Bill irounrl Wi. knnw "hilc Robert group promise. Venturer Donald A'andrzande: Seoul from [hi- Alberla Jam-hori'c. The lisl of aclivilies Sieberl and D a n n y 'iVilehcn (allied one each. Azzara; Ciiiidc I.ee Ann Filz-palrick; IVolf Cub Paul limlely leaves Hie impression of "never a dull moment" animals lhc (UN'S) The Epar- assembly in The Lord's lo help wanledl litld Glln C1llb Vrnliirrr Diniald Vandozanile ended Ihe program with Ibe Closing Prayer. Pinnisl llrs. Tlierrianll played Ibe Recessional as Color Parlies and Ibe various groups departed. March 15 in Ihc Dieppe Lounge of the I'incher Creek L e g i n n Llic Grizzly Dislricl Council will hold :i prominciil Canadian Inilian connecled wilh brotherhood groups across Canada is Ihe well known C'hicf Dan (irnrgr. The teachers mecling al Ihe coming Icachers' convention in Lolhlinilgc will have Ihe privilege of hearing him speak at their banqucl. Mow apl an occasion as Seoul-Guide Week is also Hrolherhood purchased a quantity ol i pellelized food and wilh the 1 help nf local snowmohilors and conscrvnlion officer inilialed a game-frcding program lo tide Ibe wildlife over until snow conditions pcrmil nalural fced-Thc feeding program consists of cnll.ing down small cedar and aspen trees and placing a Evening. !n eonjuiiclion wilh Ibis will hc> a poster competition for Cubs. Scouts and Venlurers, with lhc judging al Ihe nc.vl council mecling. Mosl will be Ihc showing of Mr. Illair's color slides of mil lisi.s of Scouls and Leaders who have passed on lo higher service we sorrowfullv add Ihc name of Ihc laic llan-v Itnhbins. He has ''Gone Home." Gond Scouling, of pellets where Ihey will nnl sink nut of sile or be coveird by fresh snowfalls. Hello Dolly! World Jamboree at Japan Dolly! will be presented Ihe Erin Rivers High School Tenlnlivn plans for the March 25, X and 57. mer barbecue have been show was previously .Inne 17 being Ihe (IINS) Six lo run for only Iwo L i m iled bill because of lhc fa- The Grizzly Cipuuril passed response tickets will be Ihe departure of ils received cerlifiealos in beginning Feb. 27 for Cel Sinir, lo Calgary, Seoulcr J. Dypr rcporlod lhc mine rescue March 27 performance. Tickets for lira show, which mcnt of a (raining course men, instvuclcd by lit R n.ni. in lhl> hioh leaders because of I.illler of Fernie. worn 1 school, mav'bc nurehnsed wcallior. W. S. Iliu" S.'nn- in DiMncI 1 Tajc. Kcilh limvwell, llaro'd Itivcr. i-'.r'li ksi-n's Ir.suranre r. I'.clw arils has been John Kelby ;ind and from Ken' Thics- al Unrnwcll. He replaces m Cnutts, COALDALE (HNS) Mrs. I Mary Scheibner was recently installed excellent junior of the' Coaldale Pylbian Sislers Sun- set Temple No. 6. Installing officer Mrs. Moiiy Burion. Slio assislcd by Frances Vaselcnak and Mrs. Violet Perry. The 'Te-obligalion service" Ihe regu- lar executive assisled by Mrs. Joyce Owen, Mrs. Ardelle i and Mrs. Evelyn Ken-' nt-y. Plans were made for Ihe lo- cal lemple's 25th iLlnivcrs.i.y observance to be Mart'i j H. Charier members were re- quested to wear while dresses for Ihc occasion. A banq'.iel v ill: precede the regular j Mrs. Jessie A'olan, degree i captain, requested full alien- dance for practice meetings Feb. 16, 23 and March 13 al a p.m. Mrs. Gladys Noble offered lo bake anniversary cake. Mrs. Gladys Gordon and Mrs. were present- ed uill, silver spoons in appr> t-ialion ot Ihcir long service on Ihe decree (cam. Mcnrjcrs volcd lo have a Chrislmas gill exchange in place of "ims.en pnls. I1 40 sick and friendship calls were made by members during January. 1 I'INCIIEK CHEEK (Special i Application forms and intor- concerning the Oppor- i lunities For Youth Program are available at the Pinclier Creek parks and recreation of- fice. Projects arc to satisfy corn- munily need or betterment 1 goals. Tlierc k no limit to the I n mount of projects from a cfimninnily; all are judged on their merits Salaries for approved proj- ects range between SCO lo sao per week. Up -Jl) per ccnl adminislra- are reimbursed and (he remainder of Ihe funds are In be provided by Ihe com- munity. I Organizations and indmd- uals in the community arc to cnloise Ihe project before il is subnijllcd Youths interested in applying for Opportunities for Youlh Project fund.-, are advised In contact the parks and recre- ation office, 027-4322, or liaj Burgess al 2W-I506 Drug seminar Red Cross STIRLING (HNS I The lion Anic Club is now canvassing for Ibe Red in th.e community and dislricl. CLARKSIIOLM (HNSI There will be an open house al Willow Creek Compile High Echc.nl here Monday. March (5 from 7 lo 9 p.m. wilh c.h.'-liljMs and demonslralions. A drug seminar will be held in Ihe same school Feb. 25, 26 and 27. Dogcatcher needed now 'at Pinclier PINl'lirJ! iSpccall- Tk'erc be a crackciov.n on dogs runnirg nl large in the A loiter frnm Ihe school divi- sion office lo council dogs are riming in packs in Hie school I[ was a! least three chi'drcn lave been billen. K Enes. dcgcalcher, will be given permission lo leave his regular work any lime the school division requests his dog. catching services. SALE FEBRUARY 23-24 ATHLETIC SPORTS BAG db Plastic Garbage Bags _ vrFcr.r mrp ANEMALS KRESGE PRICE ViiJi-ii is animals. Eleplianl, Tlyer Koala Bear, elc. tfc_______ j ALPHA LIGHT BULBS KRESGE PRICE ASSORTED GLASSWARE PRICE 4 days only Q, SO, 10J Mil bulbs avaclabl ti.v Cfir.il LADY PATRICIA SPRAY KRESGE PRICE GILLETTE STAINLESS STEEL BLADES TEFLON FRY PAN BARGAIN CRIMPKNIT Crepe Stitch and Jacquared Patterns New Spring Shades..............yd. 2.97 OPEN DAILY 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. THURS. und FRI. 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ;