Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
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Buckna Pholos. ings Bcmquet held NATAL Sparuodd Secoiulary School held its com- mencement banquet, recently in St. Michael's JlEill, catered to by Ihc C a L h o 1 i c Women's League. The commenccmcnl class 1972 consisted ol 25 sLudcnUs. Toa.sl lo the Queen pro- po-sod by John Cylho ivhile Ih0 loa.sL to Ihc board was pro- jjosecl by Miss Karen .Muxham and replied to bv school trustee LE. Stafford. Tnasl lo the was by Hobcit Pan-y and re- plied to by Mrs. Miile Corny. Cla.ss liislorian was Pam Cci'ny. Douse fire STIHLINt; Vulun- leer f i r c figlilcrs called lo a fire al IliWay 52 feeders nl noon recently. A feeder I nick igni led and burned. Sale succeeds ciirrrs MINSI The chi f; (iuide licid a Molh- cr's Day tea and bake sale at the Civic Centre. It, suc- cessful. lion Ihi.s at Toronto of the 1 Canadian Labor Conpress. This is the Cl.C conven- tion in rcci'iil years thai Ihc lo- al union has attended. Bake sale set BLA1I1MORK (CNP Bureau) Crn Pass Certified Nursing Aides will liolrl a bake (iravi Salwday, jMay 27. The hnkc sale will be held at Michael Finn's Pharmacy here at 10 a.m. Soflball imminent NOBLEFOTID M'Dinei] inlej-eslcd in playing soflball an; asked to come out lo Ihc Little League ball dia- mond Mondays a n d Wed- nesdays al p m Miss Chris Fazio is Lhu coLJch. Plauirs are required. To parley Zoning bylaw on its way to council SPARWOOD (HNS) ,lim Caldwell and Ezner DeAnna, memlwrs of United Minework- crs of America, local 7292, arc attending the biennial conven- Minor ball organized FOREMOST (Special) A recent meeting of the Foremost and District Minor Haseball As- sociation elected Yosli Kaba- as president. Three Learns will operate. Mnsquitns will be couched by Mr. Kabavamn; Beavers Reinliold Karl; and IJanlams by Jerome Slromsinoi1. and Bantam teams uill compete in Ibr Ccnlennial League against, learns f r o m Bow Island, Tabcr, BurdeH, Hays, Coaldalc and Lelhbridge, playmp double licaders on SuiuhivK. Heavors vill be rx- liihilion fiamcs with the Ccn- lennial League teams. Henry Iluisman was named vico-prasidenl and Hap Bales secretary treasurer. Bob Knhl, iVcllie and Frank Ilcuk as di- rectors. The a.ssocialion is seeking the insist nncc of adull.s al [irac- litL-s ;ind games, particularly v.illi regard In tin' ouL-of-lnu n games. Aiu'one willing In donaic (lifir services is invited to contact, the execu- tive. CRANBROOK (Special! Regional District of East Koole- nay bylaw for clnclorol area around Cranbrook may be ready for first reading this month. Preparation by RDEK staff planner Alfred Miller is near completion. Almost nil the four-lo five mile Cranbrook extra munici- pal bell will affected with most of this acreage privately- owncd. Already developed and on sale, with some home building i activity, are parcels in Bald Hill, New Lake road, Hospital Crock on Ihe former Wycliffo road, Koolenay Orchard, Gold Creek road, and the eastern foothill. llouever. land speculators holding lillc hnl not yet dnvelop- will be affected by the by- law. Sue of parcels in a subdivt sion v. ill be geared toward preventing liich residence con- cenlralion in ratio lo amenities such as water and sewer. As prepared three residential zone classes are defined. Non-urban residential would set minimum residence area at 20 a c r e s. mral residential xumld be minimum five acres, and general residential (with its own commmnly amcntlirsj at. sliglitly under a half-acre. Since financial slakes are al risk in Kasl KoolcKiy real c-lale operalionp, coni'se of inc bylav lo enactment may require some lime. Honor rx.'K m.XSi I.iv- inifsloiie Iliyli School .uriulua- ion excici.scs went (urwan! wiih sniouMi pr< as l uf liie ol '71! wore lionoix-d. Peter Iwasiuk, principal, pro- sided for Ins Illlh year. .J.'niico Dny MVIS m.'t.sler of and Miss Bronda 1'hari.s accompanied the .senior girls' choir The liool band innlor Di'lan Si i om was .superb. (Iradualcs inchnli'd 1 he. fol- Su.saii lii'orkui'll, -lac- llurlcs, (ieiii; n, TJiomas Da- vis, John dray, Itohcrt Cnnniii' Noble, Ny.strom, and Jacqueline I'orlrr. A solo ni Miss Sheila Kucka of Hlair- more. Miss Hucka a hi-an- 1 1 1'nl rend.'t-ini', of duly j llepm, HIJ-, Ihciue Cla.'-s' binjii JJIMMI Miss J a n i r c I 'iiv and I'cltcrsrn, iiijj an in dicalion of uhal each "lirad" ihad in mind for Ihc future. li. I' r a n k c o in I) e, suporin- lenrlciil oi for Hie I'incli- t-r Creek SI-IMHI! division. a imml-cr ni jioinls ol .sound ad- vice. Home anil School prt'.-iilent C. A. Wcrkcs read a pncm, Tho Will 'J'o Don each :M arluati1 a The Stuilciils1 1'imm piTM-nla- lion io cadi by (iccnlio 1'r'm1, limioi' sliulenl lor iltc Jackie I'urti'r was dicloi ian L. JilaciJiuiirnr nf rmi-he.r ('reck made Ihc Special Award lo Miss Toiler for highest sl.imlini; in (he rla.'-s, an en- graved alch. S. ,iKo prc'.cnlcd her uilli tin- llonnr Award, on bvliall Kradn s1 Diir.M V ;i r i c I Men, urclic'.lra for (In1 iicci'Mon. into a anil tin- ulmlo audirnce vas rapped up in I he i ihimi of a nf dancing.