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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 'Pass gymnasts classy on beam Bring ribbons home Three classy 'Pass gymnasts brought ribbons home to the Crowsnest Consolidated High School after a stiff workout at Sherwood Park recently in provincial com- petitions. "On the beam" in gym work are Moreen Olynyk, Debra Finn and Kim Earl. COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) students c! the Crtr.vs- nest Consolidated Hiph School, studying gymnastics under physical education in- structor R e n s o Castellarin, travelled to the Salisbury Composite High School at Sherwood 'Park recently to take part in the provincial gymnastics competitions. The 150 competitors taking part first had to win in their own zone levels to be eligible to enter provincial events. Besides the five entrants from the local school, there was one from Matthew Hal- ton High School, Pincher Creek, and three from the Lethbridge Collegiate Insti- tute. Ruth Weisse of LCI took first in the vault; third in matt exercise and third in the all around novice women's competition. Laura Toney of Matthew Halton took fifth place in free in the novice women's competition. The southwest zone novice women's team for the second year in succession took first and members include Laura Toney of Pincher Creek, Deb- ra Finn of Blairmore, Ruth Weisse and Terry Hadford of LCI, Noreen Olynyk of Belle- vue, Eleanor Swanson, of LCI and Kim Earl of Blairmore. Noresn Olynyk look fourth and Debra Finn took sixth on the bsam and in all-around and Kim Earl took sixth on the beam. Crowsnest Pass Consolidat- ed High School girls who took part in the events were Mar- garet MacDonald, Debra Finn, Noreen Olynyk, Kim Earl and Betty Fekete. Miss Fekete took sixth place on the beam in junior competitions. FANTASTIC VALUES FROM NATIONAL DEPT. STORES .v v L Chargex Welcome MEN7! Latest Styles and Colors SHOP EARLY Values to Easter Special MEN'S Oxfords Demi Boots Leather Patent SPECIAL PURCHASE FRESH WESTON COOKIES v Ginger Boy Camille Asst, sit Marie FRESH CHOCOLATE DROPS Approx. 1 Ib. bag Reg. 79c Ib. GIRLS' Sizes 7-11. Stripes and jacquard. Button fly front and pull on styles. Ass't. colors O Flare legs Lim- ited quantity. REG. 3-PIECE Fork Turner Tongs Wood Handles leather Thong Value SHOP EARIY LIMITED QUANTITIES Reg. Value Ass't. Colors Size 2V2 Ib. Woo! Bat Filling 100% Cotton Paisley Lining Great for Camping firm i I promotes Hierath MILK RIVER Dennis H. Hierath, native son of Milk River, recently was promoted to a position in the head office of the Imperial Oil Company Ltd. at Toronto. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hierath of Milk River and is married to the former Verna Gaits of Lethbridge. Mr. Hierath is a graduate of the University of Montana. Tuttday, April 17, THE LETHBRIDCE HttALD 19 Bellevue Bulldogs ivorft let go Whsn the Bellevue Bulldogs get their teelh into a trophy, they just won't let go. Winners of the Crowsnest Pass Tiny Mite league are, front row, from left, David Rees, Mark Wolovetz, Darrel Zeller, Gordon Hruby, Randy Houda, Gino Rosia, ana' Paul Ozar. Second row, Jackie Vanderlinden, John Perozak, Troy Brazzoni, Glen Strangquist and Ernie Kay. Coaches Bob Rees and Ken Pagnucco are at the rear. Craiibrook seeks engineer CRANBROOK f Special) City engineer position adver- tised a month ago has now been winnowed down to two appli- cants. Pending the decision on ap- jpointraent to this city office, council has appointed an act- ing qualified Associated En- gineering Services Ltd. mem- ber at Trail as consultant. Applications were screened in committee by council, with some interviews, then referred to Woods, Gordon Ltd., Calgary, business consultants, for furth- er advice. Meanwhile Murray Klaman, city staff works sup- erintendent, is engineering de- partment approving officer for subdivisions on an acting basis. City contract with CUPE as bargaining agent for its work employees has been ratified by both parties retroactive to con- tract expiry last Feb. 28. Its term is one year, and it adds 25 cents increase across the board from the starting date, with a further 25 cents increase Sept. 1. Negotiations this year were on a Kootenay-wide basis in- stead of city-by-city. Open house set for Wednesday RAYMOND (HNS) Princi- pal James Bhimell and staff will host an open house at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 18, at the junior and senior high schools. The theme is activity. The program will get under way at 8 p.m. The program hour -will feature school bands, drama, music and physical education. The remainder of the evening will be open for parents to meet with staff members and view displays. These will feature vis- ual education, industrial arts, science and equipment used at the two schools. Everyone is welcome. ro N; EATON'S EATON'S Has More For Easter In BOYS' CLOTHING Boys' Clothing, Main Floor fir 'U ;