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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 24, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Soturday, July 24, 1971 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Pass'words Picnic held at ranch COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) More than members, fam- ilies and guests of the Coleraan local of the United Mine Work- ers of America, gathered at the Knowles ranch for the an- nual picnic. They heard international board member Henry AUai of Kansas, U.S., speak on unity resentative on Michel local 729 executive and Mayor John Holyk of Coleman. The families enjoyed a day of sports and games and free pop, ice cream, hot dogs and coffee were supplied by the union. Prizes were provided for corn- shoe tournament were Jim CANDIS HASLETT and loyalty to and Casey (CNP Bureau) president W. A. rurmers-up were Mike Coleman teen-agers, Can- Welcomed to the picnic by Coleman Union president and Steve Liska. First prize in the Lyn Haslett, daughter of Skura were John Delaney, was won by and Mrs. Glen Haslett, and dent of District 18 from and Carol Yeliga, daughter of gary; Stanley Grocult, with rtmners-up being and Mrs. Rudy Yeliga, are ary-treasurer of District Liska Edna from then- homes. They Donald McDonald, district Wednesday, July 14, at p.m. Youth dance August girls were laat seen at the Fort Macleod Museum by an attendant who recognized BLATRMORE (CNP giant bingo night will Crowsnest Pass pool in the same arena is 13 years old, weighs ject committee has when a color television to 90 pounds, i? five foot, a youth dance will be held minibike will be offered inches tall, has blonde ear- the Coleman Skating prizes. Merchandize hair cut in bangs and Aug. 1 starting at valued at each eyes. She has pierced Three or four local bands be given and was wearing ear provide the music free Coleman arena is When last seen she was charge to aid the drive for funds for the for the three events as blue jeans, worn blue runners, white sweater, light The committee is also the only arena in the squall jacket and was pleting plans for a Pass that has a a tweed train case Beer Garden to be held in to accommodate a green sleeping bag. Coleman arena Aug. companion is 14 years Holiday juggling gets in the School year may TABER (HNS) A the board at its August for a total a school year, which will days of teacher employ- for a nine-day earlier the revised holiday, has been will report the existing schedule, approved by Taber school 30, for orientation would attend for 19! sion's tor school with an additional five The proposal, sanctioned will be registered on for teacher development. the department of in preparation for either case, the two-day will allow Grade 12 students of instruction convention is include! write departmental th e non-instructional cate- tions from June 12 to 19, usual holidays will be ali other grades to be during the balance Herman has indicate! June 16, except that Friday, early response of opinion To allow parents and will be declared a holiday guide the board's action LYNN YELIGA missing Id, five foot seven inches tall, weighs, 105-110 pounds, has >londe hair with bangs and blue eyes. She was wearing blue eans, new blue runners, white blouse, black squall jacket with hood and was carrying a light beige tote-bag. She is left hand- 1. Anyone knowing the where- abouts of, or having seen the are asked to phone the nearest RCMP station or yhone Mr. Haslett at 563-3414 Coie- man. the department is providing two sets of Grade 12 departmenals, one to be given as outlined, and the other, on option, at the usual end-of-month dates. The board's tentative approv- al is being publicized locally in order that principals and teach- ers, students and parents can relay their reactions to Jack Herman, acting superintendent of schools. Final decision will be made Honor couple CARDSTON (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rath of Card- ston will be honored on the oc- casion of then; golden wedding anniversary with a special ser- vice in the Faith Lutheran Church Sunday at 2 p.m. Open house will be held im mediately after the service unti 6 p.m.' in the United Church hall. In making up the eight days required for early closing, the Easter weekend holiday will be shortened to include only Good Friday and Easter Monday. Pupils remain at home on Tuesday while teachers have have an in-service session and interview parents. With professional develop- ment days for teachers scat- tered throughout the school year, the summary shows 191 instructional days and eight Joins army BELLEVUE