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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 313 THE lETHBRIDC-C HERALD Sciluitlcty, Mny 2, 1970 r Hockey Players 1970 Trophies ENCHANT (ItfiS) A ban- quet was held for the Enchant teams in the minor hockey league. Turkey supper ana all the trimmings was served by Uie mothers of (lie players along with several other interested people and more than 280 ate. Bob Stem was master of cere- monies and passed on some valuable iniormation to the young players. A short but most enjoyable program was held. The big trophy bought by the Enchant Chamber of Com- merce and won by (he Vaux- hall team was shown. The Memorial Trophy, don- ated by Mr. and Mrs. Sam Vir- ostek went to Teddy. Wiest, also one for tho most valuable play- er, and these were presented by George Viroslek. Kendcl Mickelson won on for the most-improved player. The Bantam Team Troplv for the most valuable playe went to Dennis Severtson was presented by his fathe Harry Severtson. lie also presented a trophj to Bandy Dickmib for bein, the most-improved player. The Mighty Mites did not re- 3 Granted Early Leave TABEH (HNS) A. year was granted Mrs High Vera Wiest of Enchant who wil Schneider of W. R. Myers School will take summer cours- es at Brigham Young Univer- sity, Provo, Utah; Seigfried Jabs of Vauxnall High will at- tend the University of Oregon at Eugene, Oregon: and Allen M. Andres cf Chamberlain (Grassy Lake) School will study at the University of North Dak- ota. study at the University of Leth bridge. Miss Helen Skidmore, was taken on staff tor the nex school year as a teacher at the Vauxhall High School. Mrs. Wilma Bullock was tak en on staff at the divisional office, and Mrs. Carolyn Zaugg was engaged as stenographer Sabbatical leave for the next at W. H. Myers High School. THANK COACH Belie- vue minor hockey coach Mra. Evelyn Kees accepts a gift of appreciation from players Gordon Hrnby and Darren Nastasi for the fine coaching ami team spirit she provided during the year. Sirs. Rues commended Kenney Pagnuc- co. He helped with the coach- ing and had perfect atten- dance at games and prac- tises. ceive trophies as their coaches, Steve Dorchak and Bryan Oscen, felt they all played the best they could at all limes and sooner than hurt anyone they rejected the idea. D. Steen thanked the cham- ber of commerce for its part in the hockel league. Keven Haley thanked all the coaches and everyone that help- ed in any way to make this success. Door prizes donated by Steve Dorchak were won by Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Peterson. Three-Mill Tax Increase Recorded CRANBROOK lowing acceptance without ref- erendum of Cranbrook district school board budget of 882 for 1970 and with cc-'ple- tion of assessment rolls the school tax rate in city mill structure has been set. It increases through the en- tire school district to 37.82 mills, compared with 35.04 mills for 1969. This is highest in the city's hiitory. City share of Uie whole bud- jet is and the rural share is Under requirement of striking he mill rate by May 15 coun- cil is in final budget stage for city operations. The 1909 rate allied 69.61 mills including its W 04 for school purposes. PINCHER CREEK (Special) Chinook Health Unit will conduct the following well- baby clinics: FORT MACLEOD: Tuesday. May 5, health unit office to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- day, May 6, health unit office to a.m. and to p.m. CLARESHOLM: Thursday, May 7, elementary school to p.m. LUNDBRECK: Thur s d a y May, 7, Anglican parish hal to p.m. HILLCREST: Friday, May Dr. Brewerton. Wias Award TORONTO Dr. S. C. Brew- irton of Magrath has been iwarded the 1970 Upjohn Post- graduate Study Award, the Col- ege of Family Physicians has nnounced. The award of is one of 20 given by The Upjohn Company f Canada annually and is used o defray expenses for a two- eek postgraduate course of the rimer's choosing anywhere in Canada or the United States. Dr. Brewerton is a 1948 Uni- ersity of Alberta graduate. 8, Credit Union office to a.m. BELLEVUE: Friday, May 8 town hall to p.m. STAVELY: Monday, May 11 lome economics room to p.m. COLEMAN: Tuesday, May 12, Miner's Hall to a.m. and to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- day, May 13, health unit office, to a.m. and to p.m. BLAIRMORE: Thursd a y, May 14, health unit office a.m. and to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Friday. May unit office, to and to p.m. FORT MACLEOD: Tuesday, May 19, health unit office to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- day, May 20, health unit office to a.m. and to p.m. CLARES1IOLM: Thurs day, May 21, elementary school to p.m. GRANUM: Friday, May 22, high school lunchroom, to p.m. Seven Mill Reduction Promised TABER (HNS) A reduc- tion of seven miUs in the sup- plementary requisition of Taber School Division No. 6 was prom- ised at a recent meeting of tho divisional board following con- sideration of the year's budget. The possibility of the reduc- tion is contingent upon the method of distribution of pro- vincial school author- ities. The budget must await infor- mation as to the amount of money available from the de- partment of education. Calculated from information on hand, increased financing from the provincial coffers and reduced expenditures in the di- vision, the budget is expected to show the anticipated tax re- duction. The 1969 supplementary re- quisition was mills based on the equalized this was a. 2.5 mills increase over the year previous. It was noted that the seven mill reduction in supplementary requisition is offset in part by an increase in school founda- t i o n program requirements which have increased this year from 28 to 30 mills, also based on equalization of assessments. To Taber ratepayers, support- ing public schools, the reduc- tion could be as high as six mills since the equalized assess- ment is some 86 per cent of Ihe live assessment on which taxes are collected. In Taber MD 14, the equal- ized and live assessments are nearly equal, so that the five mills reduction will be reflect- ed in the tax levy for school supposes. A number of factors influ- enced the school division's re- duction in expenditures, includ- ing reduction of teaching staff, distribution of bused students 'or more economical use of school facilities, and greater at- .ention to economies in the entire budget. TINY TOT AREA CLARESHOLM (HNS) Council has accepted an offer from Gary Pedersen of Clares- lolm. to' establish and equip a Tiny-Tot-Playground at an un- used bowling green at the park west of the tennis court. Freedom Singers MAGRATH (HNS) The freedom Singers from Brigliam Young University Prove, Utah, entertained Magrath School stu- dents recently. Their theme of love, friend- ship and the brotherhood of man was musically conveyed in chorus, solo, duet and quartet. As a fitting conclusion the young men and women in the chorus went into the audience to become acquainted. EVERYTHING! KIRK'S i E: Offers These Specials! EL1EVE IT OR NOT HE LOWEST PRICES EVER OFFERED WHILE STOCKS LAST Of Famous Uniroyol Laredo (Rain Tires) and Uniroyal Master Tires And best news of all We're passing on the saving lo you, our cus- tomers! Mow's the lime to get those new tires os it's the lowest price on these Tires ever offered in Southern Alberta and south eastern B.C. Ifs Kirk's way of saying thank you to our customers! EXTRA! EXTRA! SPECIAL! NEVER BEFORE OR AGAIN AT THESE LOW PRICES! LAREDO THE RAIN TIRt 3 On a wet, slippery road shorter stops on wet curve 30% more [jskid resistance 20% better Imagine what are like on a dry road. ;j Features nylon construction Original equipment on new '69 model cars. Size .7.75x14 Rayon EACH..... With Trade Reg. Price 37.35 each SIMILAR GREAT SAVINGS ON ALL SIZESI THE FAMOUS MASTERS if it oniy saves your life once, it's a bargain. Full 4 ply ny- lon construction, steel rein- forced tread, steel protects nylon cord against impacts and penetration, Seal-Right Liner fc smother punctures, dual traction bars wipes slip- pery surfaces dry ant! stops skids. WHILE STOCK LASTS! SIZE 7.75x14 OR 7.75x15 95 RED AND WHSTEWALt. JMJiOM EACH With Trade Reg. 70.20 each SIMILAR SAVINGS ON AIL SIZESI UNROYAL 7.75x14 Uniroyal Guard, Whitewall Nylon EACH WITH TRADE The Best Deal For Every Wheel! 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