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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueiday, May 52. 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HEKAlD 3 Bandmaster Art Dee thanked Frank Eden, left, president of the Fort Madeod Band, presents a farewell gift to Art Dee, bandmaster. Mr. Dee has served the organization for the past eight years, win- ning many friends and making a lot of wonderful music. Now the Willow Creek school division has incorporated band instruction into its curriculum and a full-time instructor has been hired. Pincher probed for posterity istoric structures listed 'Stand together' graduation theme WARNER (HNS) The theme was "stand together" for the recent annual com- mencement exercises of Grade 12 students from the Warner High School. Relatives and friends filled the auditorium to honor 25 graduands from Warner and New Dayton. The banquet was served by the Grade 11 students. Master of ceremonies was vice-principal Wayne Glass. Involved were: grace by Keith Anderson; toast to the queen, Randy Lomas; to the students, Ken Culler; reply, Hal Culler; to the parents, Rob- PINCHER CREEK (Special) With a view to cataloguing historic buildings in the Pinch- er Creek area, two men are currently engaged in surveying as many structures as possible which had their beginning be- fore 1915. Part of a nationwide pro- gram initiated by the national historic sites service of the de- partment of Indian affairs and northern development, the pro- ject is an endeavor to inven- tory the Canadian architecture and workmanship of an earlier era. This community contains nu- merous old structures, both of log and sawn lumber, which date back about 90 years. The two-man team will be hard- pressed to complete its studies within the next two weeks. Original owner and use are among the points recorded, as well as historic significance, if any, the construction of interior and exterior in detail, as well as measurements and pic- tures. Anyone who can help with lo- cation of old buildings of this nature may leave word at the town hall. 83-lot Krahii subdivision discussed by Coaldalc council COALDALE (HNS) Henry Krahn of Krahn Construction recently appeared before town council to discuss the second phase of development of t h e Krahn subdivision at the east end of town. A plan, prepared by the Old- man River Regional Planning Commission, was discussed. It calls for 83 lots compared to 91 proposed by the develop- ers. Another four lots will be given to the town for reserve park area. j Mr. Krahn said the buffer strips indicated in the new plan were a waste of good space. Planners say the buffer strips have safety and noise advant- ages. Mr. Krahn requested a block of sidewalks be installed in the area of the new homes. These will soon to be complet- ed and opened to the public. AT SUPSt! STEEL BEL? 50% DISCOUNT 4 PLIES POLYESTER and TWO STEEL BELTS ALL POPULAR SIZES IN WHITE WALLS AT 19 EACH RADIAL PLY TIRES AT SIMILAR SAVINGS BUY NOW AND SAVE Leonard Tire Mart Ltd. "WE KNOWINGLY UNDERSELL" 1902 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-3580 m council pay increase hit CLARESHOLM (HNS) ClareshoJm councillors have re- jected a bylaw that would have given them a substantial in- crease in their indemnities. Four councillors voted against and two for the measure. The rejected bylaw would have provided: That the mayor and each councillor attending a council meeting shall be paid S20 for each council meeting attended. That each councillor be paid dollars a month as an ex- pense account. That the mayor be paid a month as an expense account. That when any member of council spends one full day on town business they shall be paid for half-day Out-of-town conferences, per day, plus registration fees and 15 cents per mile for travel allowance. That "lileage shall be paid to a member of council attend- ing meetings outside Claresholm at the rate of 15 cents per mile and in addition shall be allow- ed for attending such meet- ings. However in the event that either of these fees are paid by another organization no reim- bursement shall be made by the town. Committee meeiings with respective town department heads and secretary, per meeting. More district ou page 11 ert Dannatt: reply. Russel Dan- natt; to the school, Sharon Stubbington; reply, John Moshurchak. Pianist for the evening was Miss Karen Lomas. Official welcome was by Jerry Korchinski. Introduction of students was by John Moschurchak. The class history was pre- sented by Janine Folkins and Janet Nilsson. A vocal solo, I'll Teach The World To Sing, was performed by Gwen Schoen. The class prophecy was by Paula Baron and Wendy Stroman. Tell It All, Brother was sung as the class song. Farley Kuehn and Ken Wong gave the last will and testament. Ken Tetzlaff was the vale- dictorian. Teresa Pittman gave the class appreciation. After the recessional to the cast auditorium, congratula- tions were extended to the graduands from their many relatives and friends. Coffee was served in the home economics room during the evening. to the Raymond Kings concluded the evening. Those receiving scrolls from the principal, John Moschur- chak, were: Keith Anderson Beltyann Biggers, Hal Culler, Nelson Doenz, Janine Folkins, Kim Hutchinson, Farley Keuhn, Janet Nilsson, Donna Ross, Gwen Schoen, Sandra Staples. Sharon Stubbington, Enid Werk, Paula Baron, Robert Dannatt, Jolene Fletcher, Mary Ann Fuller, Jerry Korchinski, Randy Lomas, Teresa Pitt- man, Sharon Selk, Wendy Stro- man, Ken Tetzlaff, Ken Wong I and Debbie Zuehlke. Maple Leafs bantam champs COALDALE (HNS) Coal- dale Maple Leafs are Bantam champions for the south Coun- ty of Lethbridge area. The Brian Ens Memorial trophy was presented to this team. It von the one-game final tournament, defeating ihc Bru- ins coached by Ron Chizmazia. Manford Schold, Derek Keenan, Garry Hmanac, Daren Fargo, Albert Rach, Bryce Tsu- kishima, Cam Fargo, Gary Fer- eg, Blair Frache. Johnny Ku- ais, Glen Lengycl Rodney Gary Klassen, coach, Ralph Bycr and Henry Voor- lorsl were involved in the final victory. by kinderg; PINCHER CREEK (Special) The annual meeting of the Pincher Creek Kindergarten was held recently at the MD Building. Thirty parents attended. Mrs. Ann Booker, president, spoke on last year's activities. Discussion followed on the government's recent proposal for the Early Childhood Educa- tio_n program and effects it might have on the Pincher 1 Creek Kindergarten. group New officers are: Mrs. Pam Goddard, president; Mrs. Elain Razcka, secretary; and Mrs. Adeline Dancek, treasurer. A film was shown explaining the multi-grading system that will be incorporated within the elementary school. Anyone wishing to enrol their child or requiring further infor- mation is asked to call Mrs. Dancek at 6274563 or Mrs. Razcka at 627-3062. The Herald Correspondent in Your Area GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TRUNBUU IRON SPRINGS MRS. E. G. SORGARD lOMOND MRS. LEONARD CHASE MAGRATH MRS. DOUG MARKER MEDICINE HAT MEDICINE HAT NEWS MILK RIVER GLENN LEE.......... Contact these people for your District or Classified Advertising 655-2332 738-4460 792-3646 758-6555 527-1101 647-3538 News c y Feed mill going up at Taber A new feed mill is going up at Taber, but this time not in flames. Good pro- gress is seen in the completion of the new Select Feeds Ltd. feed milling and mixing plant on 54th Ave. The structure replaces a plant which was destroyed by fire July 4, 1972. ENJOY SUMMER LIVING PATIO FURNITURE Sturdy redwood set includes toble. Dm- breila, two circular benches for leisure- livinq out of dcors. Patio Furniture Glider, choir, chaise, rock- (r with reversible vinyl- covered cushions, and many, many other items in outdoor furniture now at Capitol See our display early K> avoid disappointment. CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE! Open Till 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday Nights! 326-5th Street S. Phone 327-8578 ;