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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta April 19, 1972 THE IETHBR1DGE KERAIO 3 GYMNASTIC PERFORMERS These are Ihe members of the Consolidated High School gym team, coached by Paftl Kuncferl, who staged an exhibition be- 500 sludenls at a recent afternoon performance and cltraded several hundred parenls and interested onlook- ers at an evening performance. Lefl to right are Miss Kun- derl, Joanne Dobek, Debra Finn, Kim Earl, Maria Des- harnaii, Susan Spaluk, linda Colwcll, Margarol AAcDonald, Trudy Hucik, Calhy Goodman and Belly Fekete. Vern Dccoux Pholo icies su Too many ruining basketball Rice lly UUT1I 'MUCiR Herald Service STinLlNG Wcs Rice of Mugrath, was guest speaker at MIC recent Southwest Confer- ence annual awards ban cj u e t here. Doug Clark of Lclhbridge in- troduced Mr. Rice by saying, "He was one player on Ihe floor who could Attending a coaching school at Hamilton, Ont., was one of Mr. Ilicc's biggest thrills. He said that what coaches arc looking for in young basket- ball players arc those who are aggressive, loyal, who attend all practises, do what the coach tells them and also do much on their own to develop them- selves. Mr. Hice feels if a player is good enough to be on a team lie should be good enough to play every game. He said: "I want my play- ers to say, "I helped to win or helped to lose the game." He first gave a shot al coaches by stating he doesn't believe in all the statistics many use today but in watching the player lo see what he is doing. Next, Mr. Hire, gave a shot NATAL (HNS) The recent Pollution Control Branch in- quiry into pollution in tlie min- dicnce givei ing industry lias reassured Ilic lake part? directors of the Regional Dis- trict of East Koolenay in their pollution policies. At its March meeting the RDEK board unanimously agreed lo reaffirm its policy of hiring pollution consultants "whenever the board feels it would be lo the best interest of the people of the East Koote- nay region." It also unanimous- ly affirmed its "utmost confi- dence in the firm of Reid, Crowther and Partners Limit- ed, who prepared the brief that was presented at tlie inquiry" and (lint "Peter Lavvson (of Tleid, Crov.ther) be congratu- lated on the poise and dignity he displayed when he was sub- jected to the unwarranted at- tack by the chairman ot the in- quiry, N. Venables, and a member of tbe panel, Professor J. B. Evans." 7iie resolutions were suggest- ed to the board by Cranbrook Alderman, Don Slierling who attended the inquiry and acted as an RDEK consultant during the presentation of its brief, but who was in hospital in Van- couver following the inquiry. He worte bis impressions of Ihe in- quiry and the RDKK brief to Ilic board in a letter, and the resolutions were moved and passed. Director Lloyd Phillips of Fernie questioned the use of the word "unwarranted" in tbe second resolution, hut chair- man Vince Downey of Cran- brook, wrho attended part of the inquiry, agreed wilh tile word and assured the board that the people (o whom he talked felt that Mr. Venables' attack on Mr. Lawson was "unwarrant- "Some added that it was un- snid administrator Frank Bertoia, who acted as main spokesman. He suggested that directors who were not at the inquiry would have to trust Alderman Sterling's judgment. In his letter, Alderman Slier- ling questions the reason for Ihe first part of Ihe inquiry being held in Cranbrook. To Mr. Venables' statement lhat he wanted to "Hslen lo ideas of Ibc people." Alderman Sherling said "ff this were the case, why were Ihe guidelines set as of a technical nature only? Wliy were not Ihe people in the au- dience given an opportunity to also did Mr. Venables allow some of his members on the panel to badger the Rcgion- Dislrict consultant? Why did he himself make derogatory re- marks regarding the Regional District of East Koolenay and ils consultants? "I believe the reason (or the Inquiry being held in Cran- brook was in the hope that the RDEK would not put in a tech- Passiwords Officers elected at Sparwood NATAL (HNS) The regu- lar monthly meeting of the Catholic Women's League of St. Michael's Parish was held in St. Michael's Hall in Sparwood wilh a good turnout of 21 mem- bers in allendance. Business on Ihe agenda in- cluded Ihal ot accepling the in- vitation to catering to the an- nual school graduation banquet in May. Delegates to attend the CWL convention in May in Nel- son will consist of Mrs. Mary Kowall, president, and Mrs. Maine Hrdlkka, past president The following members were nominated and elected for the new term: Mrs. Mary Kowall president; first vice-nresident Mrs. Sophi second vice president. Mrs. Y. Butler; third vice-president, Mrs. V. House treasurer, Mrs. Carol Letasy and secretary, Mrs. Katlieriu Mary Chala. Pistol shoots planned again NATAL (HNS) President of the Sparwood Pistol Club, Larry Dillon reports lhat (tie club is about to recommence shoots following the building of a new pistol range in the Union Hall in The regular shoots of the club had to be cancelled when the former range in Ihe basement of the Municipal Hall was de- molished as part of the urba renewal project. The new range is complete and only the inspection froi the local RCMP is required fore the shoots can begin again The club is also progressin with their plans for an range in the recreation area o Sparwood, complete with clubhouse. cal brief and that after (he andards to come out of the qniry were set, and if any ob- clions were raised, he would e in a position to say, well, he eld an inquiry right in Cran- rook and we heard no one ob- iding lo the items contained (he mining industry's brief. "Numerous attacks" by Mr. enables on the RDEK and its onsnltants were cited by Mr. nerling lo back up his belief lat Mr. Venables "harbors a ousiderahle amount of dislike ir the RDEK, and lie was per- aps hoping to intimidate us." those were his motives, Al- erman Sherling said, the at- empt backfired. 'Tbe message must nave ung out loud and clear to any- ne taking in the inquiry (hat, the people in the East Koot- nay want clean water and air, I would not be Mr. Venables nd the Pollution Control Branch they must look to to it for them. The re- ;ional district will have to act as the watchdog if tbe job is joing to get done. And if we are going to do it in an intelli- gent way, we are going to need :onsultants, even if. it does rile Mr, Venables." Trophies awarded at game banauet at refcrrcs by saying, "rules are for tlie game, not Ibe game Ibc rules." He feels many arc too lecltni- oal with too many fouls and whistles. Jli.s conclusion was: "The Lord gave us two ends one for thinking and one for sitting, your success depends on which one you use. Heads you win tails you lose." A foken of appreciation to the guest speaker was given by principal Joseph Stevcmen. Presentations made of league championship (rophies wenl Map hearing is 'planned NATAL (HNS'i X.omiitf maps (or two imjru jtrcys in tho Kiisl K note 11; iv iuivc referred lo tlie rofsioiuil dis- minion couM Ix1 rcifly [or public in June. The miip finx1] .s liic resenting these two trophies, Stirling High School Principal Joseph Stevensen stated. "The liiahty of volleyball playing bat has come out of the Milk iiver High School is oulstand- Glcn Alexander presented the Championship Basketball Trophy to the Tabor St. Mary's .ea m. The Stirling Lakers were pre- sented with the first-place tro- phy as the Southwest Confer- ence Champions wilh a record of 13-1, by Mr. Bill Pcrsley. Climax of the evening was a presentation of medalions (o Ihe eleven ail-star players chosen 1 !LV from all Hie leagues. These sltc for a ht'u arc: Stirling Lakers Desmond McKee and Ferris Zaugg; Coal- dales katc Andrews Gaels Rich- ard Low and Ed Dick; Tabors W. H. Myers Trolters Robin Hanson ami Bob Hansen; Lelhbridges Winston Church- ill Bulldogs Ken N'akama and Allan Harolci; Milk Kivers Erla Rivers Comets Randy Eavers and Barry Lodermoier; Fort Macleod F. P. Wnlshc Flyers Len Zoctman. Coach Jack Hicken was mas- ter of ceremonies for the eve- ning. Prayer was by Mr. F. B. Zaugg. Entertainment was pro- vided by singers Cynthia Her- get and Judy Hirsche. A public mealing lo discus the Radium zoning jjlans has already been held and (he RDFK board hopes thai the Radium hyhiw and the Cran- brook area one meoi. with far less resistance. (I sik1 store COALDAI.K (HNS) Tho Alberta liquor control board (o provide a lor store. The former Economy Storo location, which the town re- cently purchased witli the out- let in miml, is not adequate ac- lo infnrm-ltion from the board TT.rl at a meeting of council. The board suggested a va- cated lumberyard site which h just across the street from the otiier site and has ndequate parking space More district news (i 150 members attend meeting Burns heads ball group Pf.N'CHER CREEK (Special) The minor baseball associa- tion's executive for the 1972 season will see Gary Burns as president. Other officers are Ro- land Cole, vice-president; Mrs. Ellioll, secretary-treasurer; Jack Marcellus, ways and means, also registration; Bean- ie Schrcmp, equipment man- ager; Bunny Oulelle and Kanily Hanford, directors for minor's equipment; Dwayne fSoncl and Bruce McKenzie, grounds. Registrations for boys 7 to 9 years will be held again, Satur- day. April 22 from 1 to o p.m. at the Memorial Community Centre Arena. Girls over 12 years who are interested in playing ball may leave their names at the Arena on Saturday also. BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) More than 150 members of the Royal Purple Lodges from Kimberley, Cranbrook, Fernie, Btairmore and Pin- cher Creek attended District No. a B.C. district meeting held in the Blairmore Elks Hall. Honored Royal Lady Lill Kemp of Blairmore OORP No. 159, who hosted the event, wet- in I corned the guests and intro- dnced District Deputy Jean Lc- Grandeur ol Cranbrook wtio presided over the meeting. After concluding Ihe meeting in Btairmore all retired to the Elks Hall in Colemon where a banquet supper was served. Past District Deputy Violet Wavrecan of Coleman present- ed Mrs. LeGrandcur with her Past District Deputy pin. Pro ice Is under cou'slruclioii NATAL (HNS) The April meeting of the Sparwood Acti- vities Club was held al the home of Mrs. Sharon Symy- nuck in Sparwood. The members presenl al the meeting decided lo drop their bingo project to avoid conflict with other activities taking place in Ihe community. In place of this project two other activities are under con- sideration by a committee. Funds from such activities will he donated by the club to the Sparwood rccrealion complex. The welcoming service of Ihe club continues al a steady puce and IS new families arc (o be welcomed into Sparwood this month. Because of a lurnover of membership Ihe club decided to hold an election of officers at their March meeting. Offi. cers electee: were. Mrs. Ellen Daum president; Mrs, Pat Ironside, vice-president; Mrs. Sharon Symynuck, secretary; Mrs. Vicky Dashney, treasurer. ATTEND PARLEY TYRRELL'S LAKE Hccent conference visitors to Salt Lake City, Utah, were Bishop Howard and May Ham- ling and son Dennis and Diane Pittman and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rice also, Mr. and Mrs, Iteg Peterson and (heir children. Medical group to carry on j NATAL (HNS) A general meeting for members of the Michel Medical Association Co- insurance 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 al, 1972, which was accepted as present- ed, showing an operating profit, and the election of officers for nother term. It was decided lhat the med- ical committee consisting of Tcny Potlrasky, president; Ber- nard Keeling, secrclary-trea- surer; and committee members Joe Katrichak, Paul Chala and Alex Walker carry on for nother term in the task of op- erating and keeping the medi- cal association functioning. In order lo continue the pay- ment ot hospital co-insurance charges to the paying mem- bers, the membership will be informed that the membership dues will be necessary lo be collected promptly. The mem- bers were also advised ttiat membership dues become ef- fective May 1, 1972 for the new fiscal year and only Ihose pay ing members as of May IH will be eligible for paymenl of bos. p i I a 1 co-insurance charges. Members are urged to mail or hand the membership dues of sr> per annum, based on a 50 cents per month per member rating, before May :H to the secretary or committee mem- Uohbie McCuiloch impresses MILK RIVEI! Dehora McCul'.och was recently inter- viewed in Calgary as one of the four finalists for the 1D72 APPOINTMENT lii Rroilkreuli J Norm and his wife Lir will be losing up residence in Blnirmoro and oro looVintj for- 2 j word lo m pet ing ond making friends in Hie Crov.-sncil POM aid eas1 Koolenay Norm BrDJlkrcuIz see Thursday, April 20 Cross-Canada 2-forl Sale Province nf A Iberia U 11 i t e r World College of the Atlantic Scholarship of per year for a period nf two years Wales. Great Britain. The Hon. Louis D. Hyndman minister of education, indicatef lhat Debbie "had been shade by Hie outstanding qualifica lions" of the winner from For MrMurray. Ihe selection committee wa "p-'u ticularly impressed by the wide range of creative talents as well as academic background." They considered 'n suitable applicani in a highly competitive group of candi- dates. Debbie is Ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Slan McCuiloch of C null s. and is now attending the Erie Hivers High School in Milk Kivcr. Fried Chicken Cross-Canada 2 for 1 Sale Thursday April 20th and his boys make ft EVEN ERICK BuyoneSnak-Pak at the regular price Get another one FREE! LOCATIONS: Cor. MM Drive, 3rd Avo.r 5. Phone 328-81M 1705 Mayor Magroth Drivn Phone 328-7757 ;