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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Salurday, Novurnbcr 28, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 vision dedication Ily UOSS Gllili Ilcriilil News Service TABER Dr. George Young, in his Sunday niornii address as guest speaker f Knox United Church's 05th a nivcrsary, reflected on pr gress made by the church an the community during the pa 18 vears. He said that three words ke coining to his mind when and his wife were review their ministry in Taber. Tho. words were mud, vision, an dedication. Dr. Young said the t r e e (50th) in front of the mans was torn up and it was rainin when the Youngs moved to T rer in 1951, it was also rati- ng when tlie new peu arrived for the sanctuary, an it rained again on the day ,he dedicatior nsw san tuary. He wert on to say ifal visio and dedication wsre Je.v.on Geoff Tagg Photos1 TOP SCHOLARS AT FOREMOST Foremost School principal Yosh Kabayama presents the Geldreich Award io Miss Wanda Rumpel. It is for the highest scholastic achievement in Grade 9. Other photo, from left, Dene Hainsworth, Nyle Sfromsmoe and Susie Wilton. Miss Wilton and Mr. Hainsworth received the Senior High School Student Union Award for high achievement in Grade 7. Mr. Stromsmoe is -vice-president of the students union, Baker: pursue excellence FOREMOST (Special) An address by superintenden of schools P. J. Baker high lighted the recent Academi -Awards Day at Foremost School. In congratulating the winners, Mr. Baker spoke 01 the topic of the pursuit of ex cellence. He said all could no be winners, but that this shoult be no deterrent to others whc have talents which may yet no have been recognized. Mr. Baker spoke of the changing role of education anc the increasing difficulty of edu eating students to fit into a rapidly changing society. Many of the jobs students will even- tually hold have not even been invented yet, he said. He warned students and teachers alike not to sit idly by and let these changes over- take them. "We must prepare ourselves for a life of continuing educa- said Mr. Baker, "the 3 Rs are no longer enough." The Senior High School's Stu- dent Union award for high achievement in Grade 7 was awarded to Dene Hainsworth and Susie Wilton, and was pre- sented by Nyle Stromsmoe, vice-president of the Students Union. Edward Ivanics, president of the Students Union, presented the Student Union Award for high achievement in Grade 8 to L ex e Hainsworth and Rina Slovel. Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian Legion Scholastic Award for Grade 9 was pre- sented by the president of the Ladies Auxiliary Mrs. G. Haugen to Cherylanne Scherer. The Geldreich' Award for highest scholastic achievement in Grade 9 was presented by the school principal Yosh Kabayama to Wanda Rumpel. The- Royal Purple Award for outstanding contribution to the Students Union was awarded to yearbook editor Marilyn Kim- mitt and1 was presented by Mrs. H. Hansen, past honored royal lady. Foremost Elks Scholastic Award in the senior matricula- tion program for Grade 10 was presented by the .exalted ruler of Foremost Elks, Merle Co lins to Ross Hainsworth. Len Bosgra, president Foremost Home and Scho Association, presented tl Scholastic Award in tiie senic m a t r i c u 1 a tion program fc Grade 11 to Carolyn Kumpel. Awards in other categoric normally given at this tim were withheld due to the lac of sufficiently qualified candi dates. Calgary Power farm plan rejected at Coaldale COALDALE 1 Mint plan proposed by Calgar 3ower recently was turne down by the members of t Coaldale Rural Electrificati Association. D. V. Ober, chairman of U association, presided. Representatives from Ca ;ary Power explained the plar Farm electric is the brani if Calgary Power tliroug vhich farmers obtain eleclri ty. Calgary Power is ng all rural electrification a. Delations in its area to accep ae.plan. An effective voice, which ap 'arently brought about the di eat of the motion, was Ray wnd Hart of Claresholm, re ional director of the Rura Jlectrifieation Associations fo outhern Alberta. Mr. Hart spoke out as an ay Brace Milliken with Mal- colm Edwards accompanist, songs by the Melotones quartet with member John Rae motor- ng f r o m Swift Current, Sask. participate, selections from he United Church band1, and remarks by Dr. Young and Mrs. Young, and by Rev. Ken- nedy. More district cm page 10 Preventive social services reviewed for town council PICTURE liUTTIO (HNS) At the regular meeting of the Picture 13uttc town council, John Boone and Kay Evanson of the Barons Eureka Health Unit re- ported on tho preventive so- heads league TABER (HNS1) Peter 3 j o r d j e v i c (pro nounced Georgevik) of Taber was named presid: 3t o! the newly- formed Alberta-Montana Hock- ey League at its organization meeting held recently at Vaux- lall, along wj'.h Gary Arthur iccrctary treasurer and Doug itevenson vice-president. The four-team league corn- irises the Citcle Hill Coronas, 'aber Palace- Chefs, Brooks Black Hawks, and Great Falls. The league schedule provides or 22 games, for each team, the [ames hosted by Circle Hill to ie played in the Vauxhall Com- munity Ice Centre. Other ;ames will be held in Taber's i e w sports complex, the Jrooks Arena, and the Great Falls Civic Ice Arena. cial services program. Various members of council yskcd questions, mostly in re- gards to co-operation between the local health units and the provincial government. Earl Adderley, executive di- rector of the Oldman River Re- gional Planning Commission, met with council to discuss the commission's 1971 budget and other business. Council approved the 1971 requisition for the planning commission. Discussed was the report from the consulting engineers in regards to the methods of water filtration. It is suggested the method of filtering could be changed on one or two of the present filters, so the volume would be increased. This report was tabled for further in- formation. Mayor Chronik reported on plans regarding the upgrading of the eastern portion of Rogers Ave. in 1971. This program will jbe contingent upon assistance 'from the provincial govern- ment. Mayor Chronik, councillor Joe Juris and the secretary re- ported on the AUMA conven- tion which they attended in Calgary. The official census takon un- til Oct. 31, 1970, is now Councillors reported they have received many favorable comments on the town display advertisement, p u b 1 i s h cd in The Lethbridgc Herald. The secretary was instructed to contact the chamber of com- merce to seek its interest pub- licizing Picture Butte, There are 87 street signs ordered, as all streets in town were recently changed to num- bers. Council accepted with regret the resignation of Harpo Mori- yama, secretary treasurer of j the town. Fernie wins NATAL, B.C. (HNS) With Fernie council hosting the af- fair, tile annual Knights of Co- lumbus inter-council bonspicl drew 10 entries from Kimber- ley, Cranbrook, Fernie and Na- tal. Bas.ed on a point system on games won, Fernie Council was declared the winner and pre- sented with the Knights of Co- lumbus Inter-Council Bonspicl Trophy. ATTENTION FARMERS! FARM MANAGEMENT TRAINING COURSE COVERING ACCOUNTING FINANCING MARKETING CONSUMER EDUCATION BUSINESS MANAGEMENT ot LETHBRIDGE, TABER, BURDETT, CARDSTON DURATION 4 WEEKS Thew? courses tire designed to assist the Commercial Farmer in oping his "Business Management ond Decision Making" skills. Information and application forms are available) ot your nearest CANADA MANPOWER CENTRE or your local DISTRICT AGRICULTURIST'S OFFICE Deadline for Applications-December 15, 1970 There's Still Plenty of Winter to Come Winter Driving on Worn- Out Tires Is SUICIDE! Don't Take Unnecessary Chances See Kirk's and Install Uniroyal's Great SNOW TIRES AVAILABLE IN ALL SIZES AT MORE THAN COMPETITIVE LOW PRICES! This is the amazing Snow and Snowless Tire you can put on right now for snow or .bare pavement driving! WE'RE EXPERTS WHEN IT COMES TO SERVICING CARS SEE US FOR THS BEST SERVICE ON Brakes Shocks Alignment Balance TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT SPECIALS, TOO! CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE Looking for good Retreads at a Low Price? YOU CAN'T BEAT KIRK'S OWN BRAND SNOWPLOW RETREADS EXTRA SPECIAL, EACH Example: Siis 6.50 x 13 Wilh Tradi ONLY 14.95 (Available h all sizes) TIRE SALES LTD. IETHERIDGE 1621 3rd Ave. t. 327-5985 TABER 6201 JOfh Phone 223-3441 FERNIE, B.C. Phone "The Best Deal For Every Wheel" ;