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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Passwords Jasper Jones home best COLEMAN" (CNT The fourJi prize was split by The JSSHT Jones residence VavTecsn. Roy White-1 i J. KJSS and Nick Oly- was chosen by a panel 01 .u-nges. from the Coleman cour.d! as "cottr.ctl made honorable rr.en- Lhc b-est decorated home Lion of mary nthcr homes Lhat Prizes were also awarded to v.ere eicentionally well de- W. Kozai for second aii-d corat-cd over the Chri5tms5 John Russell, third place. holiday. Spanrood couple honored SPABWOOD (HNSi Mr. Mrs. Doris. Pasce. bridesmaid and Mrs. Robert Wilson of 3-_ the wedding, travelled from Sparwood were horo-ed by family and friends recently to mark their silver wedding anni- versary. Thev were married pec. :o. ai Holy Trirlty Church. Yorkton. Saskatoon to be present. Mrs. Pascoe proposed a toast '.o '.he couple. llr. is a member o.r lie Kr.iser Resources security They carnc to the Spar- Tueidoy, January 9, 1973 THE LETHBP.IDGE 3 Bride wears cast RAYMOND 'HNSi The ttah. and no1. the LIJS Imde wore a cast but th-. vred- P'f, v.eni on as dauchier of Mrr. k'irvira ?'S- Tiicre was one major change. of L-Jircd Weddirs VCH---S were exchanged -in- a t T-- .r-- vS LD5 Temple at Soil City. on Miss Buries wins They have four chiir.-r- ard area tl'rc-c .cars- one crandsoii. SuO. "Pass board scans policy WE WERE THERE, CHARLIE! Fc-rleen -ncuscnd fons end cs rriiiicn rt-n: The Ta- rrcs holidays end wos a guest c: !'i- Los Angeles Kings, i A specie! we.'coms was ex'encsd the certre-ice end 'He public odiGr.s of Green Ee-, by I'liltOT.TiOnj. BLAIH.MORE CCNT Trustees of the Cro'.vs.-est Pass school division have re- vised the policy hsadixvs. Tne board has extended an in- vitsdon lo a n y o n e to become submit w-riScr. fugjes-tior.s and The board discussed results of a series of rreetincs in- GiMdual school stuifs It v.-ll! re- lease iis conclusions to the di'rl- The bon-d will rovv undertake the- second phase of evaluation of individual staff sessions by attempting to react to specific points raised. Eniil SapinsXy of High River his duties 55 nest Pass school division. He re- places John Albirzati. Barbara Kutcher was appointed o.i a temporary ba- sis :o Ihe division sraff ard has h-.-en assip-ed ;o the Horace .Allen School a; Coietnaa, Proiighorn Sunrise to shed lisht _________k__________________________________________i_____ Society extends 7iwtorv? Safe electricians NAT.U (KN51 Bob P.eiten-' ihree years wi'-hout a Icet-tirae bach arc his electrical ere-'. tr'_ury comprL-ln-: Bill Kerr.r. Dick .he period frorr. Sept. 1. !M9. FOREMOST 'Spedal1 Tne rc-n'rulariy in the F, ?oe-> S.v'- gion. are ir.vi'.eti to the R irg the KTundaries for its forth- Corresponded may be ad- b: c-.-cnrg history boo.t to cc.ude His- farailies to the north of Bcwk Society-.'BO'S :tl. Foremost, or camaci Ger.r: TNork on the boot. Pronghom Alvc3 5ur.rise. is weH advanced." o'i" It is scneculed for L- trese areas should sent to Mrs. Enuma Dixso-. n1r-.ricl frais almost awirced the B.C. Cou'r. cil brcrre and u--j to their dedicatjon to working h a b i t s. they Coal production leaps NATAL o: Acrjal val'je o; coei produced coal production ir. tr.f 545.S01.93o. p; ir. 15 C5rjn3tes fcr this :o a i5sTjed Vy B.C. Mi-Tss Leo 7. Irxiicsus. s possiriie value damage TAEEK Fire -v-ro-.ly Significsr.: Increased values r.'.ro in the cjrw- with the total rf-jre to hi; an increase of aJ- SS5 million from the values cf 5130.07.2.336. values were noted !r. I lesd. inc. ".o'.jNr.er.uni. 5'uJphur, cemer.: ar.c sard and cravel production. As a v-ho'.e. the value c: prwfuction m B.C.. fossa fuels ?uch crude oil 5rd natural C35. i-onned from an actua] 1971 ro an 1972 value o: S631.400.MO. Ninisick's report .1 :Sa: for firs: time in ihere are no mines ir. LTC prov- rroc'jrjp-. f-" :o tipclirie in Mary ncv. notably cop- per coal. be in full pro- ;he of EC? i? inipend- Hr.i valu. -.re. TrTere ETSSS. Tn? eili-g :-ei_-r.s. Bureau severs; more school civisio-'s. c: pars of CouJee Bari, I No vrlll be made to everv- family who resir'ed lu ;rese areas prior to 1933. the for farrlv b w.5h LO be cluced are urcec 10 cor.iaci ihe delay. IE i> ihzt al- thourh "o faniily hlsiories. i: TKX s> r.y to peoercl o: the area, vvliich v-ill go rich: up to Tr-e riesdlirjc f-r: family Mfto.-ies Feb. 20. Tm? on'y :he ex- are-a. i-J'. also ;o n prd 11 ch Anyone havir.c irJormsiior. recardir.j: ihe o: faz-jiift? who have oved away. Tumbling set to begin ft PTXCKT.R CREEK Jpscia'. A tor chii- drw aced five to o: 2jle wiil J---. -.0 p.: Fcvs sre R por p.-.y.ib'.e 7 S iiaiser trains its >V ater tiiru T o n co'jr.-cil recently azged biiur.g of water and v--er charges. ro'urjcui agree-d the idea a amourit for lor and pnn E -.uiiy rather thzn trf'erirr a cour.t. liy C. A. Heraid Strvice a" arui B-ian CO'iM-EY Livingstone Higr. Prograrri Nigh: Casl'- to rine entert-airrr.ent and ar: rrjad--1 b'-' '-1- astonishing Jong list 01 awards. John rorish was master of S-ie-. e o- ceremoaies Ercnoa Phans ;he Lions Club v.as -je SIJGSTUS A girls' duet by Lys Basis-- fror. dins and Mildred Jem- B Christinas and Sii'.er Bells, ac- C-av-rV. Ca-- corapaiuea oy Tompitiiis. men Hoi." and gave t-ie progratr. a fine Ciaire Ellis-ir.. Tne high psychology Mai-'ff i-c G-ad? peons George 5a-.ec LsuE'r.ier r-rsi-i'nt nf the _' rrtxiticcr nacfii-? :n- 117-. ni? Pric? as George. 'oi the Grade JC1 F-ench class. II 5. N'a.imG anr-runced the rendered 2 g-otrp of four French hicih hono-s of the Sabres and traditional carols. BeauriruZ! ihe Sabr-rtt-t--. basketball Preseniati'Or. of a-vards was under the ciire-rjon of prirjcipal To cor-cline Ihe "Ra-. TODE b'ursary was pre- iiar as acrcmr'ar.is: sant: sented to Miss Jacqueline Per- scl'os. it's Senzri.-- by Mrs. J. Wollman of Pirj- L.i? 0 Ko'v T-ijJscque'.Lie Eurjs a a _ er.e Ciuh. by Mi'- S. h r- zn_-'--' for pa-- o" '-T'- -Jcipauor. L- student ar-d com- r> i'f-- __ cber Creelt Kinsmen to an.c Have a i-ic'lh" Chris.- -mi finite Jaccueliie Porte-. jEocueline -as. tOcrl? Eurfe. Gene Ce--e. Lbd. Tne -as the-. Marl: Buries. Cathy Jo-asor.. a_--i students. Barents Present rates are to remain John Forish. Luiba Verlir.. srjd fnerris reli.te-rl ir. rariim- be sarr.e. Michael arra of the I-'crjtr's rer'i'ruiertiT: charg? of Francis. Creati-n. presented v-lth Tosses. Bartiara lion ton? c: coal --ill psii Grade's arid Dotina M-ur- Lnrougr. B.C. por.s a year. was i-i-tinc-rl .0 E bv- NATAL scope of employed at Harrr.er Rir.ge anci shorta.ee oj train- en" men which exists irj the mirung induscry today. ?r-urred Kaiser Resources Litn- i'.ei to rain peopis to fill the year Eric Jolr- c-rl Kaiser Resources Ltd. as tir_ln'ing supervisor and train- ing u brvTjght ir.to 'ull swing to the c-ompary's need fcr triir.ec men. Course outlines, lessor, plans arc visual aids v.ere prepared by B'ake .Anderson. Ed Plessis ard Bil! Savilow. ecuir-nent b- Assistance was solicited SHOE STORE 326 6th Street Downtown Lethbridge c- cineer. onereo irva.ii-be :o the concerted e.'- fcrts of all these workmen, ilo c the rirl? who did txo no ir. rec- 7o !M employees have exposed :o hours in- o't cltrer the M-'.W STARTS JANUARY WEDNE EVERYTHING MUST GO NEWS CiRCUlATIQN JOB PRINTING -iv-n Decpuz KesJdp-t 5r3. E'r'--cfp Phon? COUNTRY NEWS These Are The Uthbridgc Herald Correspondents in Your Area CLARESHOIM TAUl ANDECSFN TO. pfv COUTTS MRS AUCE MACKE Ointrol Dflivfr) COAIDAIE MRS. PETER TYMBURSkl ENCHANT MARGARET DORCMAK .....PO 1652 BARONS MRS. JUNE CCHVIE P.O. Box 331 CROWSNEST PASS VE5N DECCUX Gfnrrol Dflivtfy prcn> frr vcur News or Classified Advertising Mm. Marcellus heads OES PINCHER CREEK i o r .c 2 r. i f Kcksrd. M-J. Jscs Marco'.hs was ft1- Adah: Elior. Itvtio ccn'.ly Ln5t.iliod u-orrhy m.Tti'on o: tho C.if.ioi-ioM' Chapter c: the Mirthi: A'-ve Shen'.on. Elects: Order of Ilv Eastern Stir. The oorvi-iorv UAS by Vrs II UT-- She "MS .issij'iv' b'. v'-i K rvis.v r.-- 1 s-v. M-.v i' T II-VTP- Mvs K M.ii-. T ..rvi I.-l.t.v.i- O'.cs Grieve. W.irder; arid Ritoluo CsrUni-. Bus starts today ccl'iii.-. Msr- 1'ii'iovo. H.iro'd Kemp. f Marc.irot Cr.iwford, BARGAINS BARGAINS For the whole family Acincw-Surpass has been ci fomilv stfip in riawnlewn Lrtlibridge for 20 Thp ioss rf ou lease is rcgrelnblp hut don't forpet c can slill iprvp our mony friends and cuslpmcrs oi'r fc-rni' Horo located in COLLEGE MALL. We would falte ffiis to f'inrl. C-LT ffirnJs fysfonicrj for fftfir lovnl .-v 1953. ,r' peri ;