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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta PRESENT of ihe Crowsneif MUJIC Festival were presented wifh Irophio: by ASden Brososky, assisted by Vern Decoux, Irvg fhe recent grand concert in the Isabe'fe SeJIon School. From Jeff, Darren fontfn. Woody SullicrJand, Miss Alexandra (Sandra) Munn. Back row, Margar- Laurie Fumagalli, Robert Brososky, Mark Pack, MrchelJc Dobok, Sherry Karen et Edl, Tony Fumagallf, Barbara Dennis, iVlcry Lee Karen Pozzi, FoilTi Harms, Walter Gail Reimer, Bonnie Pnrk, Rodney Kefftes, Goyla Cost- Lynch, Peter Owen, Joan Rod ford. Way man Mah, Traversa no. anzo, Crafg Wilson, WoJlace and adjudicator Debra Finn, and Carmen MOUNTAIN .SOD UNDERGROUND WATER SERVICES SODDING LANDSCAPING UNDERGROUND SPRINKLING For more information contact LOGAN PORTER UTHBRIDGE, A1DERTA PHONE 325.0934 MUSICAL Pass Music Fe Club Scholars PROMISE Miss fival, presents M ip for being the Alexandra (Sandra) Munn, adjudicator of the Crowsnest ss Laurie Fumagalli of Bellevue with the Blairmore L3ons compelitor sliowmg the "greatest musical promise." Jesperson reveals paving plans Rithins rc.tnrii to Raymond RAYMOND (HNS) nolrins diivu returned to Unyinond ful- tliu long winter months. I-'tir years a family of robins have nested and raised the vonnd birds in tall trees on one of (lie older residential lots in No one knows how many generations ol birds are among them. I or tlic past Lwo years tliere li is tieen an albino robin with ilie birds. The white bird does not seem to be with the robins this spring. WELCOMED NATAL (1INS) In the 3rd U r o n i e Paek, Joyce-Anne Diibois ami lisa I'app were en- rolled and a new TwcCJiie, Kobin Hook wrs welcomed. T! a d g e s presented to Kelly Groclitt, Lana Cibulka, Kim Laurel Craft and Cheryl Sclicbcl. LENSES For everyone who Wears glasses In ALL tarts 04 nrs: Shatterproof and backed by a against injury, Hatf tho we'tght of ordinary glasses. Available in a variety :of atyNis, shapes, and tints- Protective lenses are in same countries advisable Specializing in the fitting of Eye Doctor's prescriptions Frflicriplion Magnifier! Sunglatsei 8 Repair! O Children'! 0 Reaionabla ftamtt Pricei TABEK (HNS) Outlining programs tx.i ihe books for 1972, Tabei- MB Reeve Clarence Jes- persen rioioci plans to pave the district highway west from Uighway towaixl Enchant, following a pattern two years ago on the road east from t Hays ami last year ni'h from Highway 3 at Grassy Lake. He was speaking at Elie an- nual mnei-ing. He advised a more effec- tive oil treatment of other which would ccst per mile as compared with for paving. concerned snow re- mo vn 1 to motlate school t iibes, and policy regarding the leasing of MB-controllccl farm lanci.s, The meeting was held at the Legion Hall. A total of peo- ple attended. Tlxj late March dale for the meeting was seen as reason for the poor attendance. The MD has participated in the T a h e r industrial commit- tee, Reeve Jespersen having been r ppointed by the town council as a member. Co-op- eration between the UMO bodies continues. The annual financial state- ment and the municipal inspec- to r Ts report presents ci by sec- retary-treasurer Douglas Frnn- CLS drew few conimenls. NOTICE OFFICE HOURS LETHBRIDGE CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 9 Effective Monday, March 27, 1972 Office hours in the Administration Centre will be: to a.m. and to p.m. Monday to Friday Invest eight and TO WARN how to avoid the traffic patterns that lead to accidents: TO EARN two merit points in the demerit point system. Next course commences 1HUKSDAY. APRIL 6 Community Collage. Four consecutive Thursdoy evenings. TAPER (IKS) Four hare of [ho swim pool in 1971. been named to Ule and In comparison, other centres district recTfxrtion Ijo'nl. in the south of the province Appointed: incumbents Jock were reported at from 30.5 per Kinniburgh I past d'rurniaii I, i cent to 52 per cent. Donald II. Fisher end (liiv Pas- soy, each for three years; ami: GIVE SCHOLARSHIPS Walter Kojanagi. In 1071, the I.O.D.E. gave Revenue amounted to fi j scholarslrips totalling more than per cent of costs of operation I Save g .teed way CFCN-TV's NEW SEASON" r t irr. 1 ft rf ,'f> 'JA, It's hard to save. And if your savings aren't making you the maximum return, you could actually be losing. Find out about Royal Trust's S Year Guaranteed Investment Receipts. They earn annual income. Guaranteed. Cnllorsceus. Guaranteed InvestrmentReceipts. A LOOK AT LOVE WARM, WILD, FUNNY AND YOUNGI TONIGHT P.M. Royal Trust 11 740 4th Ave. South, Lethbridge, Alberta Phone 328-5516 GOOD LOOKING TELEVISION tmbnftn t? 'missimissBm Until it Is lost, freedom of choice Is often taken (or granted. Producers have always valued and benefited from the right to choose not only the delivery point but the company with whom they dealt when marketing their grain. If they were not fully satisfied with the service they received, they always had the choice of taking their grain business elsewhere. Fair competition has always been and will continue to be a strong factor in assuring good service to producers. We Ask You: What henefits does a producer receive when competition is eliminated? Are boxcars provided to servo producers so they can deliver to the elevator of their choice? You Can: Preserve and extend the benefits of competition by delivering your grain to other than a single company delivery point. ITS UP TO YOU! PIONEER GRAIN COMPANY I LIMITED i ;