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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedn.iJoy, April 19, 1972 _ THE IETHBRIDGE HERAIO 3 Too many whistles ruining basketball Rice GYMNASTIC PERFORMERS These ore Ihe members of the ConsoMcJcilcd High School gym team, coached by Palti Kunderl, who staged an exhibition be for" 500 sludenls al a recent afternoon performance and cltraclcd several hundred parents inlcrciled onlook- ers at an evening performance. Lefl lo righl are Miss Kan- el erl, Joanne Dobek, Debra Finn, Kim Earl, Mario Des- harnaii, Susan Spaluk, Linda Colwcll, Mcugart" AAcDonald, Trudy Hucik, Calhy Goodman and Belly Tekcte. Vcrn Dccoux Pholo NATAL fllNS) The recent PoUulirtn Control Branch in- quiry into jiollution in the min- ing industry lias reassured llic directors of the Regional Dis- trict of East Kootcnay in their pollution policies. AL its Marcli meeting the board unanimously agreed lo reaffirm its policy of hiring pollution consultants "whenever the board (eels U would he lo Urn best interest of the people of the EasL Kootc- nay region." It also unanimous- ly nfFirmed ils "utmost confi- dence in the firm of Rcirl, Crowthcr and Partners Limit- ed, who prepared the brief that was presented at Hie inquiry" mid (hat ''Peter (ol Crowthcr) be congratu- lated on Uic poise and dipiity he displayed when be was sub- jected to the unwarranted at- tack by the chairman of the in- quiry, W. N. Vcnables, and a member of the panel, Professor J. H. Evans." The resolutions were suggest- ed to the board by Cranbrook Alderman, Don Sherling who attended the inquiry and acted as an RDEK consultant dnrinfi the presentation of ils brief, but who was in hospital in Van- couver following the inquiry, lie U'orle his impressions of (lie in- quiry and the RDKK brief (o Ihc board in a letter, and the I wo resolutions were moved and passed. Director Lloyd Pliillips of l-'ovnie questioned Ihn use of the word "unwarranted'1 in the second resolution, hut chair- man Vincc Downey of Cran- brook, who attended part of the inquiry, aprcnd with tiic word and assured the board that the people (o whom he lalkerl folt that Mr. Vendibles' attack Mr. Lav.son was "unwarrant- ".Some added that it was un- said administrator Frank Berloia, who acted main spokesman. IIo suggested that directors who were not at the inquiry would have to trust Alderman judgment. In his loiter, Alderman Slier- ling questions the reason for the first part of the inquiry being held in Cranbrook. To Mr. Vonablcs' slalom enl I hat he wanted Lo "listen lo ideas ol llic Alderman Sherlinp said "ff this were the case, wh> were the guidelines set as of a Burns heads ball group PfNCilKR CHEEK (Special! The minor baseball associa lion's executive for llic ID72 season will sec Gary Burns as president. Other officers are Ho land Cole, vice-president; Mrs W, secretary-treasurer .lack Marcelhjs, ways an( also registration; Bean ie Schrcmp, equipment man atfcr; Bunny Oulellc a n Handy [lanfiinJ, directors fni niinnr's equipment; Dwayne Uond and IJrucc McKenzic grounds. for boys 7 to 0 years will be held Satur day. April ?'2 from 1 In r> p.m ni the Memorial Communil; Centre Arcnn. Girls over years who ar interested in playing ball ma> leave their names at tbc Aren on Saturday also. ecbni ca I nature only? Tcro not the people in the au- ience given an opportunity to akc part? "Why also did Mr. Venables How some of his members on he panel to badger the IlcgioEi- Dislrict consultant? did he himself make derogatory re- marks regarding the Regional District of Enst Koolenay and ils consuUants? "1 believe the reason (or the Inquiry being licld in Cran- brook was in the hope that the RDEIC would not put in a lech- Passwords Officers elected at Spanvood NATAL (HNS) The regu- ar monlhly meeting of Ihe Catholic Women's League of St. Michael's Parish was held in Si. Michael's Hall in Spanvood wilh a Rood turnout of 21 mem- itrs in aUcLniaiico. Husiness on Ihe agenda in- cluded lliat of accepting the In- vitation In catering lo the an- nual school graduation banquet LI May. Delegates Lo attend the 3WL convention in May in Nel- will consist of Mrs. Mary Kowall, president, and Mrs, Mama Hrdlkka, past president. The following members were nominated and elected for the new lerm: Mrs. Mary Kowall, president.; first vice-nresidcnt, Mrs. SopliI second vice- president, Mrs. Y. "Duller; third vice-president, Mrs. V. House; treasurer, Mrs. Carol Letasy. nnd secretary, Mrs, Kalheriue Mary Chala. Pistol shoots planned again NATAL fJJXS) President of the Spurwood Pistol Club, Larry Dillon reports thai the club is abonl lo recommence shools following the building of n new pistol range in [he L'nion Hall in The regular shools of tbc club had to be cancelled when Ihe former range in Ihc basement of llic Municipal Hall was de- molished as part of Ihc urban renewal project. The new range is complete nnd only tlm inspection frou Ihc local is required ins- fore (fie sliools can begin again The club is also progressing with their plans for an range in Ihc recreation area of Spanvood, complete with clubhouse. licnl brief ami lhat after Ihc tandards (o come out of iquiry were sel, and if any ob- ections were raised, he would ie in a position lo say, well, he icld an inquiry right in Cran- irook and we Iieard no one ob- ectiny lo llic ilems contained n the mining industry's brief, "Numerous attacks" by Mr, 'enables on the RDEK anil ils onsultants were cited by Mr. her ling lo back up his belief hat Mr. Venablcs "harbors a oiisiderable amount of dislike or the RDEK, and he was per- aps hoping lo intimidate, us." those were his motives, Al- Icrman Sherling said, the al- cmpt backfired. "The message must Imve ont Joud and clear to any- me taking in the inquiry that, f the people in Hie East Koot- y want clean water and air, t would not be Mr. Venables nd the Pollution Control Branch they must look to to jrovide it for llicm. The re- gional district will have to act .s the watchdog if the job is ;oing to get done, And if we are going to do it In an intelli- gent way, we are going to need consultants, even it does rile Mr, Venables." My UUT1I llornld News Service STIRLING Wcs Rice of was guest speaker al he recent Southwest Confer- ence annual awards banquet here. Doug" Clat k of Lclhbridgc in- roduced Mr. Rice by saying, 'lie was one player on Ihc floor who could A (lending a coaching school it Hamilton, Onl., was one of vlr. Rice's biggest Ihrills. He said that what coaches ire looking for in young baskct- lal) players arc (.hose who are iggrcssivc, loyal, who altend all practises, do what llic coach tells them and also do mucli on tlieir own lo develop Diem- selves. Mr. Rice feels if n ['layer is good enough to be on a learn he should he good enough lo play every game. lie said: "I want my play- ers lo say, "I helped to win or helped to lose (be UK first gave a shot al coaches by staling he doesn't believe in all Ihc statistics many use today but in watching Ihe plajcr lo sec what he is doing. Next, Mr. Hire, nave a .shol Trophies awarded at game banauet PINCHEIl CHEKK (Special) i olhcr Trophies and awards were presented lo various winners at lie Pinclier Creek Fish and Jame Association banquet. In the sheep class, James 'rice was firsl ami Garry loore second while in Ihe mule (leer class the winner was Herb iirrell wilh Mrs. Louis Diron second. Dave Simpson was the winner in the whitclail section wilh Jake Smith second. Winner of the antelope class was Terry wilh Burns Thomas taking firel in the oik division, ond. Bob Lyons was AufrusUno de Jlelo was (he winner in Ihe lake trout secljon willi Elmer McN'ellis second. Pika winner was Henry Dyck. Whitefisb winner was Elmer McNcUis with Bill Crook second while Dolly Varclcn winner was John Milne. Alva Dair of Milk River showed slides ol two hunling sa- faris, one In Africa and Ihe in India and president Simpson informed the fathering that the club plans to stock a Hem-by dam with 12 inch trout. The dam would be for the use of children. 1- years and under. Winner of the lall [ales and liar contcsl, handled by MC Don VYalpcr, was John Jackson with his story of Ihe Unk. Cheque mailed NATAL (HNS) DOIII; Stew- ait. MI' (or Okanaga-Kootenay reports thai tlie Federal Gnv- eminent initial contribution lo the Kparwood Centennial hall park project, has been mailed. The cheque sent lo Ccn'.cnnial Committee Chairman. Norm Cole amounls lo All of the equipment for Ihe project has been completed and site preparation work is under- way. The project had lo bp halted when winter arrived. Map hearing is planned (JIN'S maps for imjiu areas ill till! IKIYC been at refciTC'.s saving, "rules arc for the game, not Income1 UIC llic I He (eels many are Ino Icclini- cal will] too many fouls ilil'l whislles. Jli.s conclusion was: 'Tlje Lord Rave us Iwn ends one for thinking and one for Your success depends on which one you use. Heads you win tails you lose." A lokcn of appreciation lo (lie (Tuest speaker was by principal Joseph Stevcn.scn. Irkt's C'jrn- and ready for public in June Tl-.c ;nap lii'J area Irn .'-ui tinrl Ji.-jrJiutn At present only Hie Im prfn-criicnl flishiel au'J tho I'p- per Valley within tin? Hc- District (if K'ii.st Koolc- nrc zonc'cl. Tiio l.'ylaw for (Jie former area passed with no difficulty in 1970, huL opposition In the ICIk Valley made of leagiro bylaw fccj't it from lie- championship trophies lo !nl" botli Milk River girls and boys volleyball teams as winners of the Southwest Conference Vnl- I e y b a I 1 Tournaments. In presenlinf! Uiese hvo Sliding High School Principal Joseph Stevensen stilted. "The quality of volleyball playing lialf. It vent lo public hearing in -lone of and finally pushed, aftci' revision, in 1 December of [071. A public meeJinr! to the Rridiuni zopinc plans has already lieW an'l Hie li'Tcs tlial the lhat has come ont of Ihe Slilk Iladiiun and Hie Cran- Hivcr liigb School is oulstand-! art1'' wlr "'ill moot wilh ing." far less resistance. Glen Alexander prcsonfeci the Cirls' Championship Basketball' Trophy to tlm Tabcr St. Mary's i The Stirling. Lakers were prc- i senlcd the firsl-place tro- phy as the Southwest Conler- cnce Champions wilh a record of 13-1, by Mr. Rill Pcvsley. Climax of the ci-cninR was a prcsenlalioi) of medalions (o Ilio i Alhorla fo (I site eleven all-star players chosen from all Ihe leagues. These are: Stirling Lakers Desmond McKee and Ferris Zaugg; Coal- dales katc Andrews Gaels Kich- aid Low and Kd Dick; Tabors W. n. Myers Trollers Robin Hansen and Bob Hansen, Winston Clnirch- ill Bulldogs Ken N'akama and Allan Harold; Milk Rivers Krla Rivers Comets Randy r-'avers and Barr.v Lodermeier; Fort Alacleod F. P. Walshe flyers Lcn Zoclman. Coach Jack llicken was mas- ter of ceremonies for the eve- ning. Prayer was by Mr. F. B. Zaugg. Entertainment was pro- vided by singers Cynlhia. Her- get anil Judy Hirsche. COAI.UALK (HNS) The, control board In provide a Ihi' site for a luiunr store. The [ormer Kconomy Storo location, which lown re- cently purchased with Ihe oul- let in mind, is nnt adequate ac- In iiT'nrnirilion from the! at A moctini: of council. The hoard surycsted a va- caled lumberyard sile which is just across the sirecl from the other ?itc parting and has nricquale IMore dislricl 150 iiiciidjcrs allcnd incctiiig BLAIRHOnE (CNP Burcanl More than ISO members of the Royal Purple Lodges; from Kimberley, Cranbrook. Fernic, Coleman, Blairmorc and Pin- eher Creek alleudcd District 0 B.C. district meeting held in the Blairmore Elks Hall. Honored Jloya! Lady Lill Kemp of Blairmorc OORP No. 153, who hosted (he event, wel- comed tile guests and intro- duced District Deputy Jean Le- (irandeur ol Cranbrook who presided over Ihc meeting. After concluding Ihe Hireling in Blairmore all retired to Ihe Hlks Hall in Colcnian where a banquet, supper was served. Past District Deputy Violet Wavrecan of Coleman present- ed Mrs. LeGrandeur with her Pasl District Depuly pin. Pro i eels coiMmelioii NATAL (IINS1 The April meeting of the Spanvood Acli- vities Club was held al the home of Mrs. Sharon Symy- nuck in Sparsvood. The members prosonl al the meeting decided lo drop llieir bingo project lo avoid confiict wilh olher aclivilics taking place in the community. In place of this project two other aclivitics are under con- sideration by a committee. Funds from such activities will be donated by the club lo Ihc Spanvood rccrcalion complex. The welcoming service of the club continues al a sleady pncc and 18 new families are (o be welcomed inlo Spanvood (his month. Because of a lurnover of membership Ihe club decided lo bold an election of officers al their March mecling. Offi- cers eleclca were. Mrs. Ellen Daum president; Mrs, Pat Ironside, vice-president; Mrs. Sharon Kymynuck, .sccrelary; Mrs. Vicky Dashney, Ireasurer. ATTEND PAHLICV TVRREM.'S LAKE Rccent conference to Salt Lake City, Utah, were Bishop Howard and May Ham- ling and son Dennis nnd Diane Pittman and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rice also, Mr. atid Mrs, Reg Pclerson and (heir children. Medical group to carry on NATAL (HNS) A general mecling for members of Ihe Michel Medical Association Co- Insnranuc Fund was held re- cently in Natal. Business on the agenda con- sisted of presenting the finan- cial statement for a 12-month period ended March 1972, which was accepted as present- ed, showing an operating profit, and Ihe election of officers for another term. It was decided lhat the med- ical committee consisting of Tcny Podrashy, president; Ber- nard Keeling, secretary-trea- surer; and committee members Joe Kaliichak, Paul Chala and Alex Walker carry on for another term in the task of op- erating and keeping the medi- cal association functioning. In order lo continue the pay- ment o( hospital coinsurance charges to the paying nem- bcrs, the rncniberslrip will be informed that the membership dues will be necessary to be collected promptly. The mem- bers were also ad vised t hat membership dues become ef- fective May 1, 1572 for llic new fiscal year and only those pay- ing members as of May !H will be eligible for payment of hos- p i a I co-insurance charges, Members nre urged to mail or hand tbc membership due.1; of Sil per annum, based on a SO cents per month per member rcUing, before May :il [a Hie secretary or committee mem- bers. MeCuIloch impresses MILK Dcbnra McCuKoch was recently inter- viewed in Calgary a.s one of the four finalists for Ihc 1972 APPOINTMENT Mirfvcsi Mobila Hamtrs is to TinO'jnrq flnl h'orman BrcilL-reulf hoi tlinr Borr> and railed in Peace Rivr-r, Morm tins been in Iho relail idles for Irm pn-.l )0 ond is more lhan capabfe o( handling all your mobile homo pecdi. Norm and his wife Liz be losing up residence in Blnirmo'o ond aro looVinrj lor- "y J lo mrc-fing nnd rraklnq in Hie Crov.-sntLl ond cos! Kooicnay oica. Noim Brciikrculi Prnvincc nf Alherln U n i I e rl U'nrld Collcpe of the Atlantic Scholarship nf SS.niiO per year, for a period two ycnrs in Wales, flroiil Brilnm. Tlie Hon. Louis D. Ilynilmnn, minister of education, indicated thai Debbie "Ind been shaded by llic (iiilslamlnig lions" of the winner from Fort Mr-Murray. The fedcclion cnnimitlcc was "p-'n'icnlnrly imprcsscrl by (he wiiln raiiRr of crrativc talents a.i as academic bcickpi'onnrl." They considciT'l rn a smtable npplicani in a highly competitive group of candi- dates. Dobbip Is (lie oaijghlcr of Mr. and Mi s. Stan McCulloch of C n LI 11 s. and is now attending tbc Krle Tliyli Scliool in Milk Hivcr. see my Thursday, April 20 Cross-Canada 2-forl Ssle Frfed Chicken Cross-Canada 2 for 1 Sale Thursday April 20th Colonel Sanders and bis make ft Buy oneSnak-Pak at the regular price Get another one FREE! EVEN ERICK FINE F 2 LOCATIONS: Cor. MM Drive, 3rd Avo.r 5. Phona 328-8UT 1705 Mayor Mafjrnlh Drivn Thonc 328-7757 ;