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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, March 13, 1973 THE IETHBR1DGE HERALD 3 Growsnest Pass News Bellevue makes comeback BELLEVUE (CNF Bureau) village council has been advised by Alex Wells, the town's auditor, that the village is in a greatly-improv- ed financial position from last year. George Gelfe, district man- ager, and G. Slinn of Under- wood McLeHan and Associ- ates Limited, offered their services on the proposed sewer and waler project for the village. Secretary treasurer Mrs. Florence Hannem was instructed to write to Munici- pal Affairs Minister Russell with regard to mobile home licences. Council hopes the provincial government will make some changes in taxa- tion for the present tax year. Nine residents appealed taxes at a court of appeal. Four were dismissed oiler the assessor visited the pre- mises; two received small re- ductions; and three remained unchanged. Town foreman Fred Jones h attending a surveyor course at Uie South Alberta Institute of Technology at Calgary. The firm of Orysuik and Associates, land management consultants, will be uivlted to speak to the village council at a special meeting in April. Council accepted a propos- al by Harry Bccber, on be- half of Hie United Church board, for some property on which the town's firehall is located. A special meeting to draw up a budget and strike the mill rate will be held this week. Raggedy Doll of 1973 District News In Brief FOH MUSEUM BLATRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass school board has authorized the com- mittee, wishing to preserve cer- tain articles and pieces of fur- niture for tlie proposed mu- seum, to set these aside for such a purpose. Those articles which can still be used in the schools will go to the commit- tee on the loan basis. FINANCIAL AID BLAIIIMORE (CNP Bureau) The Crowsnest Pass school board has agreed to give fi- nancial assistance to Miss Debra Lee Ritchie who was recommended by Eric Price and nominated by P. K. Zubick to attend the Canadian Studies Forum, Calgary. ZUBICK REPORTS BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau The Crowsnesl Pass schoo board heard a brief report by P. K. Zubiek, superintendent o schools, on the recent ATA con vcntion held at Lethbridge. Mr Zubick found the convention ty Goldadc NOBLEFORD The annual meeting of the elec- crs at Noble Central School District -decided the local ad- board must use every ef- 'ort to keep Noble Central School at its present academic standard and every effort must be made to improve fa- cilities. The meeting fnvovcd improv- ing school recreational iacili- lies. Principal Paul Goldade re- ported the school population is up by 20 students. He noted 15 of the 16 grad- uates received their high school diploma arid 13 of these had se- nior matriculation. Eight are enrolled in univer sity or college. Two are employed and one has returned to high school Five are involved in various other projects. Mr. Goldade commended the student body for "excellent co- operation, hart] work and en thusiasm." A vote of thanks was extend ed to tile sports coaches for th< fine job they are doing. to... lunnoge Correspondent in Your Area CLARESHOLM PAUL ANDERSEN..................... 235.3581 M. M. GRIMSEN (SP) 235-3615 COALDALE MRS. PETER TYMBURSKI................ 345-3921 COUTT5 MRS. HENRY HACKE COALHURST MRS. JOHN (MARGA) OKKEN 34-1-3782 328-0061 CRANBROOK, B.C. NANCY MltES 426-3232 1 DEL BONITA I 0. E. DALTON........................ 653-2181 5 Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising 3 'FARMING FRONTIERS' THURSDAY, MARCH p.m. if DOOR PRIZES HIS and HERS SNOWMOBILE SWEATERS 1 SET JOHN DEERE HAND TOOLS NUMEROUS OTH5R EXTRA SPECIAL DOOR PRIZES FOR THOSE IN ATTENDANCE A GOOD SELECTION OF USED UNITS ALL SPECIALLY PRICED AND ON DISPVAYI SPECIAL FILM PROGRAM DEVOTED TO THE LATEST DEVELOPMENTS AND RESEARCH IN AGRICULTURE! FREE COFFEE FREE DONUTS DOOR PRIZES BRING THC ENTIRE FAMILY DON'T MISS THIS GREAT SHOW! Home of fine Brazier TONIGHT! WEDNESDAY! THURSDAY! (NORTH STORE ONLY) Regular 75c SUPER SPECIAL PHONE 327-4855 Eat, drink and be merry! NORTH STORE ONLY 516 13th Street North ;