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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 4, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 250 Jicar Stan Miixwell fit, Forctnosl. Hockey dinner is big success y, Apiil 1, 1972 THE IC1HRKIDGE 3 New Lap-A-Thon set -for A.psii 15 a. KORKMOST (Special) Former hockey professional Slan laxwell of delight-d a capacity of over 250 ockey cnlhusinsls with humor-us anecdotes about. Ills play-ng days at tho minor hockey ssocialion banquet held hero. The first ever banquet ol the ssociation proved to he an oul-tancling success, and Mr. Max-w c 1 1, accompanied by Iris ockcy Klar son Itandy, told Ihe rowd they could be proud ol heir association's achieve-nents. "There arc many cities 'vo lived in who could learn great deal from you c said. Recalling his professional areer in Seattle, Buffalo and vith the Montreal Canadien organization, the guest warned lie youngsters that, they must ipply themselves lo tlie Last is things don't come all that asily. Following; a superb banquet, nastcr of ceremonies, and as-oc ntion president Bob Kuhl the head tahlc mado ip of the guest speaker, and cpresentativcs of the sponsor-ng SlromsmiK, rcprcscnl-inj; tlic Sliidanls Union of l-'orc-mosL High Scliool, spoke of Iho Ediool's spoiusorsliip o[ Ihc Bantam Lcnm as a worlhwlii o effort is tlie overall develop-mcnt of young people. Exalted Kulcr Jake Slaklinc spoke on behalf of Ihc foremost Elks I-odgc, sponsors of the 1'cc Wee team. LM'akI Ziclke spoke as president of the Club who support tlic Tiny Mites. Mr. Kuhl presented of nppi -pcinlioii lo I He I'finchrs ;tntl assist ;niL of cadi tc'iim. .r'l'iink iincl Jolin loasls to L h c coacliM Bill Kogcrs ami Henry Juvgcns rcph-ing on their hchalf. Knch Jicad t'oacli presented (lie awards to liis teiim, For each o[ tlie four groups there were Irophio.s (or (lie most val liable and tlic most improved player, wilh a runner up ccrti-ticnle for Trckofski presented the Mity Mllc.s .Itjlin Tliom- f >.son Ihc Tiny Mites, lijll rtou- ers the 1'cc and Henry UK- Banlanis. Winners as follous: Mity Miles: Must Mark Kubayaina. Rnnnerup Kendall Dernston. Most Improved Gordon Run- ncnip Danny Ilarnmol. j Tiny Miles: Musi Dean Amokl. Itiinticrnp Kelly Bcrstou. Improved Garth VanGallcn. L'Won Britlner. Pee Wee: Mosl l Ciordon Ccjdos. Hiinncnip i Tim Karl. iMost Improved t Robert King. Runncrnp Ward -Gajdostik. Banlam: Most Valuable Brad Work. Runnerup Marty Jurgens. Most Improved Kenny Barrows. Ed Bourrct. Presentation of certificates to the referees was made by Joe Trekofski who poinled out that their services had been entirely voluntary. "The only tiling they ever received was he said. A gilt presented lo Henry Jurfiens hy Curtis N'ni-son on behalf of Lhis team-males. re costs me PIMCHEIl CREEK (Special) Tlio nruiual meeting of ratepayers of the Pinchcr Creek MD heard the surplus for the year was S21.330. expenditure.'! were and revenue was Complaints were heard noxious weeds gaining a foothold along the CP Rail right-of-way south of Brocket. A resolution was brought forth requesting that railways install reflectors on each side of box cars which caa be seen by motorists at night, or, failing this, that the railway install automatic signals at the crossing about eight miles east of Pinchcr Creek. A resolution was also that Uic MD press for an improvement of the intersection of Highways 3 and 6 at Pinchcr Station. This has long been a hone of contention as a result rif existing sub-standard faci i-tics which present a danger to motorists. DOING GOOD JOB Council was appreciative of the efforts of workmen, under Ihe direction of foreman John Oczkowski, in keeping roa be inevitable in the light of the continuing drop in enrolment in County schools. In Septemlwr, the enrol-mcnl was 1400, but a year laler (lie figure liad chopped tn 1-191. I5i ojcc-lfxl figures for September, indicate Die enrolment will around U3G, As revenue is based on llm numbor of pupils in the school system, the drop in enrolment represents a serious cut in the county's revenue. A corresponding reduction in expenditure was therefore considered nccps-saiy. Since instructional luced i [es are fl major portion of tho i budget, reduction in the teaching staff was termed "inevitable" by Superintendent of Cliff Ellc. The following were approved: Bow Island Elementary 1.2 teachers, Senator Ger-shaw High School, Bow Island 2, Burdclt 0.5, COKiuervilJe, 1, Etzikom 0.1, Foremost 2, Manyberric-s 1. The reductions at each school were based pro-porlionally on (he amount of enrolniect drop at that school. In line with the restrictive budget the School Committee decided to lake a serious look at luis transportation williin tbe County. It is huped that savings can be made by consolidating routes and using buses with Rrcater efficiency, without reducing Ihe sen-ice to Hie pupils or lengthening the lime spent in travelling to and from school. find jobs for youths COLEMAN Bureau} Coleman council has agreed to draw up plans for various summer projects to give work to Indents 18 years and over. The decision was made as a result of a letter from Premier Peter Ixiughced regarding availability of jobs for students from May 1 through the summer. A letter was read from the 'Pass Ambulance Company advising that services have begun. Anyone in need of the ambulance should telephone or 5G2-23.H. I-cttcrs were received from the councils of tlic villages of 1 rank and Bcllevue indicating their willingness to assist, Coleman got CFCX-TV for Uie area. Rlairmore council adviswl they had not changed their opinion on subsidizing the station. Engineers will have to postpone lesling lor a location for the satellite until some of the now disappears. K is hoped thai a site will he located in April. Ted Nicholson of the Oklman River Regional Planning Com- mission presented council with nlnns for tlie new subdivision. A few minor changes in lots and wa.% With regard In Ihe new cei'fre In he built Ibc end of rnloman, Mr. Nicholson advised the developers will have to provide more information for proper planning of this project. Council is considcrinR acceptance of several homes to be moved into Coleman from the Vest Crai-t property at Sentinel. Council vns informed that a cm'.- of men from the department of highways is in the area surveying Ihe route for the new proposed Highway II. Vn-f t tr.i.; Om cjafn tw Ihe rolirl of flnrf a comimfir'e of councillors will b." to sit wilh UIP, and local residents who regLslered complaints. Council complimented the RCMP for it.? assistance in having cars removed from streets in tovm lo faeiiitate snow removal. charlcrecl accoim-Innl. WDS rained auditor for the Town of Coleman and for the roloovin rv'sliiral G.T? i 4 T 1 1 A J 1 i IIAJ1D TO STAY Allnn Miller or Ihc MaR-ralli Dccf Ctlih rals caiuly "It) sta.v awake" during tlic IT-crnl rluli rt he'tl in tlip I'nitrrt Church h.ill. hnys and 3rt girls stayed .nwalie hours. They hipp to rnllrrt sfinn from sponsors, .'iin TelRcr. ]J. slajcd awahr. nntil 5 a.m. Strnnp arms carried liim to the family car. He said "I can slay but was asleep Mir. next instant. Money raiser! will aid the club. llartirr Photo. 40 attend a TKrpulttiw of 2.7DX JO ponplo Lhr refcnl amnwl There sr? nlxitit. rliciblr vnlers. Ben ne.uncr vsr, chairman. Herb Fletcher was secretary. In his annual report llerh Fletcher, secretary treasurer of the town told Iho gathering tlie council had met for 23 regular meetings, seven special ami numerous committee 'SHI "r Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Verndn Dccoux, ResidenT Rap., Phona These Are The lethbtidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area PINCHER CREEK MRS. IUHN (Spaiia Correjpondsnl) tit 213 CARAUNCAY MRS, JOHN IETA1 P S BBI FORT MACLEOD-MRS. TED SWIHART 534-361? DEL BONITA ERNIE DALTON rt.n NOBLEFORD MRS. EDITH BORGCARD Speciol-MRS. I. LUCHi; Contact IhciB peopra er Clan Boy 86, 874-3269 Phons your Diiiricl d WAIINEK lire artificial loc project is expected to bo under way hern by April Of Ilic estimated cost of 000, tlic majority of (hose arc available In order to come oven closer to paying cash for tills project, a Lap-A-Thon Is being sponsor- ed Salurday, April 15, in tlic Warner gymnasium. Each participant will be given 15 minutes to msko as many laps around the gymnasi- um as he can, running, jogginp, walking, crawling. Six partici- pants will be running at a time. Trophies will be awarded for the following: The individual making the most laps in 15 min- utes, the individual raising the most money; the organization I raising the most money; and Ilia organization with tho en'ry forms I'fii-licipmus will them parbcipanLs Involved in picked up conl.icUnR n I i nio to run in Office, Warner, Pai'tk'irMfil.s v. ill or r.ikc, cnffro Mjft forms ;iro In br llfiiMl .Ijiniri A will at the- Vilkmr (.1 11 of (ft HIP p'tici ;il public, ficr? liy noon Wrrliic.-dnv, I'Ycd CaM'le development lo CKAMMUKiK Special j farm well oulsitle rcgula- Two years of negotiations which nine tV nviM. pay the cily liy Fred Cawtc, il. and o'.lvr 1hu wl.ich of HI' developed liind enst now surround tri rii-twcrl by nth Avc. nncl south of lOlh approval have cmlttl in a long pcricx] "because of I li. I., ir; partner As pulxbviilcr, Mr. Cawte low manner the cun'.r.i cling deposited with llin city services extension, firm vrbich opened for extension o[ city water by Big Country office in sciver to his Development Ltd .Mart l.i four lots, from existing scrvico nt. con- This originally a smalll Ave. and South lOtii Continues Until Sot., April 8th On Locution on Our Lot featuring On Display First Time Ever Offered! THE ALL MEW 1972 Sfandcjrcl equipment includes iiowrsr ifocring, power brakes, 050 Cbcvrolcl rnginc and 3 spend auloninlie. Beautifully linishct] confninnrj. THE AIL NEW 1972 EMPRESS, EMPEROR, AQUARIUS Featuring sizes 18' lo 27' First Time Ever THE All NEW 1972 AQUARIUS ECONOMY PRICED Slandard equipment includes V-8 engine, eiulomatic, power ilcering, power brakes, ice box, liot pltjtcr porti-pctry antl 2 plant la clioosn from. THE ALL NEW 1972 10 versatile models to choose from. The compact T6 foot model cind n vtiriety of luxury models up (o 28 fflct lo meet your individual needs. THE ALL NEW 1972 reliability, slylr-, coiivcniGncc, nil nf n practical price. Thp ideal rccrcotiontil vehicle civail- nble in 3, 9Vi find foot or wilh- "Division Of Haico Manufacturing" Coutts Highway Phone 327-3165 Lethbridge ;