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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Mmch 1, THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD -11 PERFECT FIGURES Barbara Brown, senior club champion of Ihe Foothills Figure Skating Club, perform; in the recent Claresholm Ice Carnival. Eighty young skat- ers performed in the packed Claresholm Arena. Peter Hohn, electronics specialist, kept Ihe sound system opera- ling at perfection. Lone Mortin won the Snoopy contest. Paul Andersen Photo Canucks win COALDAI.E (HNS) Coal- dale Canucks oulscorcd the Me- Sally-Sunnyside Rangers IJ-0 n a recent pee wee hockey jame here. Eddie Braun scored four joals for the Canucks; Paul Bryant scored three; Eric Goertz came up with two and Robert Janzcn, Don Kasner and Terry Shendnik each scored once. Ranger goals were scored by Clair Handsaemc, three; and Barry Graham, Bryan Bond ajid Derrick Kennan, two each, Day of prayer COALDALE (HNS) The annual World Day of Prayer will he held in the Coaldale Mennonite Brethren Church at 4 p.m. Friday, March 3. Theme is All Joy Be Yours. Rev. D. J. Pankratz will pre- sent the welcome and lead in the invocation. Mrs. John Reimer will serve as chairman. Miss Nettie Berg, returned missionary from Ihe Congo (now known as the Zaire) will speak. Special music is to be pre- sented by women's trio. 12 pass test NATAL (HNS) Completing a public course and first aid classes undertaken in the Spar- Take a good look at the styling tint! price of these casual or dress From one of Canada's largest makers of quality shirts! Whot do you see? Great value and a great shirt at an incredibly low price! Buy a couple today! You'll only pay as much for two as you normally wouftl for one shirt of the same design and workmanship! wood Secondary School, 12 members recently passed tho examination and were present- ed with first aid certificates. Examiner for tile first aid class was Dr. Ernest Luzod o! Sparwood, First aid certificates went to Robert Kicks, Uoniild Linhert, Herbert Forsyth, E (I in o n t! Lowe, Bela I'oncsak, Glenn Roedcr, Douglas Valin, Linlcy Sehaffcr, Kirsten flunscn, Har- old Pennover, John Tcgart and Bernard Keeling, Exhibit hcill PINCH Eli. CREEK Tho federal government's Local Inh tiatives Program spurs erect- ing of an historical cxhiliii building at Fincher Creek The Pincher Creek and Dis- trict Historical Society will ro- ccive about Seven workers will be hired through the Canada Manpower Centre in Blairmore. Industry talk TABER (HNS) A program I which communities do any things for themselves, than asking government 3 do it for Ibem, was outlined number of Taber business- len recently by James W. Jim) Wright, senior industrial evelopment officer for Alber- i. Mr. Wright spoke of the Lo- al Develop ment Company, ased on a concept borrowed rom the United Stales, by people in a community .ibscribe capital to establish idustry in the. community thus ending stability to the town, MP to speak CRANBROOK )oug Stewart, Okanagan-Koo- enay MP, has accepted the Cranbrook Savings Credit Union invitation to speak at its mual meeting and dinner at the Bluebird Inn March 18, Credit Union Chairman W. J. fielding reports. or 5.57 Four populor patterns including dobbic lone on tones cmrj vivid shades of Novy, Red, Chocolale, Bone, Peach. Two-piece bandod coHor, cuff, Pcrmci Press finisli. S.M.I.XL. Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.) Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Initiative grant aids Sparwood, NATAL (HNS) District of Sparwood council heard Mayor jams Ungaro announce the ederal government has made available a local initiative jrant of up to S3! ,473 for the employment of 25 people on the Spanvood recreation complex. The amount of Ihe grant is determined by the amount new employment created hy he project prior to the end of ,'Iay deadline for the program. If the entire grant can he ililized prior to the deadline he amount of money remain- ing In be raised within the com- munity for the first phase of :lie complex will be reduced to Plans of East Kootenay Steel r extension of its building on Elk Valley Tioad were ap- woved subject to approval hy :he licalth and building inspec- ors. D. Bodie of Kaiser Resources Umited was appointed to the commission to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Phil Morris of Underwood Mc- Lcllan and Associates. Council also requested the commission to consider zoning of the urban reserve area at the bottom side of Pine Ave. A pro- posal for a drive-in restaurant prompted the request, Boundaries for the Sparwnod fire department's activity were defined as the municipal boundaries and the Kaiser Re- sources Limiled plant. Aid. Reg Taylor brought to council a complaint about coal trucks using Highway .1 through Natal. The person making the complaint felt that the trucks should not be allow- ed to use Ihe. highway but rath- er the private haul road which runs through Natal. Council it has no jurisdiction over Ihe use of the highway. Fashion show set for on Thursda SPRINGS (HNS) A fashion show featuring cloth- ing made in Ihe strelch and sew class was recently comj 'eterl under the direction of Mrs. M. Paskal will be held in the Hunlsville Selioo] Audi- torium March 2, al p.m. Tiie clothing' made hy the group, will tie modelled by memliers of the Iron Spvitips TOPs Cluh. A lea will lie held in conjunction with the show. j Comfortable, Stretchy Polyester is Always Neat and Natural Pnce Too Good To Open Peiify 9 n.m. Po 6 p.m. Thursday and Fndny 9 a.m. to 9 p.m ;