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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 17, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuesday, August 17, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 BUILDING BETTER WAY OF LIFE Members of Ihe Picture Bulte firefighters are truly civic minded. As well as being volunteer firefighters, bolh for the town and county area they contribute lo various community projects. Pic- tured above are some of the members with part of the playground equipment (hey have donated to the Memorial Park. Left to right in Ihe front are George Chronik, Cecil Somerset, Richard Casson and Gabriel Nagy. Back row are Chef Vogt, Ken Allen, Alllon Anderson and John Hein- onen. S. P. Johnson Photo Shopping complex for Coleman COLEMAN CCNP Bureau) Announcement was made here that a SI million shopping com- plex will be built in Coleman. In making the announce' ment, Norman Femer of Delos Developers Ltd, of Calgary said the complex will include Tuition agreement sought by board PINCHER CREEK (Special) The board of Pinchcr Creek School Division included the fol- lowing mailers and resolutions in ils business at Uie regular July meeting: A tuition agreement wilh Wa- tcrlon Park, based in the num- ber of students enrolled (ex- empting Indian sludcnls) and using the supplementary requi- sition as a guideline for cosls, is lo be sought. It is intended that such an agreement be on an annual basis, effective Sep- tember I. 1971. based on a Sep- tember 30 enrolment count. A letter was received rom AGT staling Mint the pay phone would have lo bo removed from Matlhcw Hallon Higli School. The department of education Zoning bylaw sought CLARESHOLM (HNS) Claresholm Town Council ha: asked Ihe Oldman River Re- gional Planning Commission lo draw up a zoning bylaw in con- junction with a five-year gen- eral plan now being finalized. Councillor Charles Thomas will work wilh Peter Tassie of the planning commission to work out final details to the bylaw which will establish the areas to be designated residen tial, commercial and industrial for public use. Council favored the plan which calls for the moving of the golf course from the east side to the southwest part of town. Only one councillor op- posed the move. VROM TRESTON IRON SPRINGS (UN'S) Mr. and Mrs. Jamc.s Cos. of Creston. B.C. wore recent visit- ors al the hmiic of and Mrs. G. A. Cox. nrrruiw IRON SPRINGS (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. John Koenen and family have returned home after veiling at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Koenen at Saskatoon. INTERIOR-EXTERIOR LATEX PAINT For Drywnll Slucco or Wood Wlii in and colors for v o u r qcnoral printing needs, Special, Q QO 2 Gallons O.WW Sovc 13.00 FREDDIE'S PAINT (WESTERN) LTD. H16 3rH Avc. S. Ph. 327-5540 has stationed consultants in six centres throughout the prov- ince. Two or three personnel from the Lethbridgc regional office will attend the Septem- ber meeting of the board to dis- cuss their role and the ways in which their services may be used in the division. The following teachers were appointed to staff: Mrs. Dale Sluckey to replace Miss Marr, Home EC., Mafhew Hallon High School; Miss J. Rigaux to re- place Miss Huculak, Grade 1. Central: Mrs. McPhce lo re- place Mrs. Wollman, Grade 1, Canyon; Mrs. Erickson, to re- place Mr. Weekcs at Simscl Colony. Information was received from the department of educa- tion that there will be depart- mental examinations during 1971-72 on dates that suit both revised and traditional school years. Specified schools may have students sit for first semester examinations in mid- December. Remaining students will write their examinations during the fourth week m Jan- uary. Similarly, there will be examinations during the second week and the fourth week of June. Supplemental examinations are scheduled for August 7-14 1372. A request for an easement of school land in the Canyon School area was received from the town of Pincher Creek. This request was deferred pending investigation into an easement which has previously been issued to Calgary Power on the same Jand. It was suggested that the recreation board be contacted regarding the proposed renova- tions at Malliew Hallon High School and an invilation ex- tended lo them to put forth any recommendations they may have regarding facilities they may wish (o incorporate inlo the school at Ihe same time. The recreation board would be responsible for the cost of any lacilitics incoiporaled in the building tor public convcni ence. square feet of retail floor space and will be located southeast of Highway 3 in Coleman, The complex will contain a major grocery chain food store, a department store, a motor hotel, a restaurant, pro- fessional offices, the Coleman Town office and a number of apartments. Construction is scheduled to start immediately with com- pletion expected early next year. Terms of reference, loca- tion and purchase of property were approved at a special meeting of town council. In other news from the Crowsnest Pass, A. Williams has been appointed licence in- spector for the Town of Blair- more. A new mobile home site, im- mediately north of the present R and R Supplies building, will soon be ready for occupancy. Service facilities for the new site are expected to be com- pleted within two weeks. The new site will accommo- date approximately 12 single unit trailers. Rev. Koops moving to Chatham ffiON SPRINGS (HNS) Rev. Ralph Koops will deliver his farewell message to the congregation of the Iron Springs Christian Refornred Church Aug. 22 at p.m. Mr. Koops has accepted a call to the Christian Reformed Church at Chatham, Ont. He came to Iron Springs as a stu- dent minister, serving for one year. After being ordained he again returned to Iron Springs and has served as minister to the Christian Reformed Con- gregation for the past four years. Croivsnest squad captures medals ELAIHMORE (CNP Bureau) Crowsnest Pass residents fared well at the recent Sum- mer Games in Claresholm. A track learn consisting of Debbie Duncan, Valli Peressini, Billie Stewart, Rose Man1 Pain ler, Herb Longworlh, Ross Pitt, Norman Ford, Buddy and Dennis Mercer brought back three gold medals, one silvei and one bronze. Norman Ford took a gold in the high jump, a silver for the 100-melres and a bronze in the 200-metres. Herb Longworth collected a gold in the juvenile javelin and Dennis Mercer a gold in the triple jump. Tn tennis, Mike Piilchany won bronze in the men's singles and teamed wilh Dean Pulitsis o take a silver in the men's doubles. iVanderlinden a gold in mixed tl o u b 1 c s. Vi Wavercan and Helen Juhlin a silver for the women's doubles and Bob and Vanderlinden a bronze in the boys' doubles. Absence of a local swimming pool eliminated the 'Pass from swimming and diving events. The horseshoe second in total members iking Casey gold team came points with Vanderlinden men's iinglcs, Eve Vanderlinden sold in the women's singles, 3ob Vanderlinden a gold for boys' under 13, Marilyn Liska a silver in the women's singles, Arthur Juhlin a silver in the ncn's singles, Joe Wavercan and Arthur Juhlin a silver ucdal in Ihe men's doubles, Vamlcrljnedn and Cascv Pincher Little Leaguers creep past Cliarlo, Mont. minister assumes duties CRANBROOK (Special) Rev. Gavin Rumsey, grandson of an early 1900s Tort Steele- Cranbrook couple, has taken over ministry of Clirist Church parish here. It has been with- out a rector since Rev. Donald Anderson left for Edmonton in May. Mr. Rumsey, who grew up in Creston. graduated in theology from UBC Anglican college, ami has recently completed additional studies at the Men- ninger Foundation dealing with mental health at Topeka, Kan- sr.s. With his wife and three small children he has now moved into Christ Church rec- tory. Also undertaking a new min- istry here is 7tev. Brian Wilh, J formerly of Gibson's, B.C., who: succeeds Rev. Frank Funk in j sen ing the congregation of the i Pentecostal Tabernacle. PINCHER CREEK (Special) The local Little League team travelled: lo Ronan, Mont., re- cently and returned wilh lop honors. After defeating Dixon 12-2 in the first game the locals shut out the hometown Honan (cam 10-0, and earned the right to meet Charlo, Mont., for the championship. If look an extra inning bcFnrr. fincher n 2-1 victory. Members of the team are Donald Bowersock, Barry Mor- Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING "crnon Dctoux, Rciiclcnl Rep., Eloirmore 562-2149 j Pipeline firm iffiveu extension r- OTTAWA (CP) Trans- Canada Pipe-Lines is lo file pipe-laying plans for 1972 wilh Ihe National Energy Board today, Ihe board announced. The company granted an extension of Ihe filing dale from July ;n. I liio 1S72 construction pro-1 i gram itself has already been I approved by the board. Included in the f 117-millinn 0'ITAWA (CPi Canada mil program are miles of -12-incli g.'in, Kelly Laalscli, Kemp, Tom Qninlan, Craig Cross, ttory Andibert, Ray- mond Corkey, Allan Dobbs, Itaymond Cole, J. C. Pcllclicr, Chum Forish, Marcel Iloch- slcin, .Inhnny Mareellcs and Cole INDIA WIIKAT supply India with ?IO million worth of wheat in a continuing aid program le that country, the Canadian International Develop- ment Agency announced today. A news release said India "can use the new food aid contribu- tion according lo ils diMribiilinn priorilies, including Ihe supply pipe in Saskatchewan and Mani- toba, miles of 30-inch pipe in Manitoba and Northern Ontario, and 10 miles of 21-inch pipe on the Toronto-Montreal lint. HOSTS UNCLK IRON SFKINT.S (HNS) of grain lo hast Pakistani rcfu- recentlv his uncle, Adolph Bali- lc-r, (if'Boise, Idaho. 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