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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Passiwords Trudeau top student COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) Top students at tile Crowsriesl Consolidated High School were honored at an awards night held in Hie school gymnasium recently. It was attended by more than 200 people. Leah Trudeau of Blairmore was the major scholarship winner this term and won the award for Grade 12 achieve- ment, the Col. Sanders charity fund award, the Horace Allen chemistry 30 prize and the Coover Estate prize for high achievement in mathematics 31. Miss Janice Lencucha of Blairmore, another senior stu- dent, won prizes for over-all achievement in Grade 12 for mathematics 30, and for biology 30, and the Isabelle SeUon prize for English 30. Both Miss Tru- deau and Miss Lencucha also received Ilotelmen's Associa- tion scholarslu'p awards valued at each. Neal Finn of Blairmore won awards for Grade 12 achieve- ment and for his excellent marks in mathematics 31. James Proc took first prize for outstanding work in social studies 30; Anne Ulrich won a prize for her work in "art; and Elaine Radulski received a prize for liigh standing in French 30. Seniors Rita Cupric and Dar- lenc Olitch won the business ed- ucation prizes; Jane Lindholm won the Crowsnest Pass Gen- eral Hospital Women's Auxil- iary award; and Bonnie Schil- ling and Karen Krystoff were awarded the Alberta Teachers' Association scholarships. The Best School Citizen Awards, provided by the Blair- more Catholic Women's League, was awarded to Herb Longworth and Marianne On- drus. Other winners were Robyn Petrone, Cheryl Markosky, Ma- vis Walmsley, Karen Pozzi, Laurie Fumagalli, Wayman Mah, Richard Proc, Lorraine Beigun, John Kulig, Ted. Wery- shko, Rudy Szymanek, Terry McNeil, Sonya Juraloff, Shan- non Krish, Reg Joliansen, Pa- tricia Kundert, Ruth Ash, Terry Kryczka, Sherri Bennett, Ken Skryzala, Adrian Fabro, Irene Rojkowski and Steve Bacovsky. Fewer Fernie pupils seen NATAL t HNS) Student population in School District No. 1 (Fernie) appears to be levelling off, at least at the ele- mentary level, according to fig- ures presented to the school board by Distrid Superinten- dent D. L. Hartwig. In the period from the end of the last term in June to com- mencement of the new term in September, the elementary pop- ulation dropped by only three, from to but this was a departure from the experi- ence of .the past several years when increases were noted. However, there were in- creases at the secondary level, bearing out previou s projec- tions by school authorities which forecast neect of a new secondary school in Fernie, Since June, there has been an Increase of 141 secondary stud- ents in the district, with coin- para tive totals ing 854 in June ami 998 in September. At tbe elementary level, all schools except those in Elkford and Jaffray showed decreases in population. At Elkford, student numbers jumped from J4-1 to 197 and the trend is expected to con- tinue as a new housing project is Hearing completion. Jaffray school gained 11. Reductions at other schools were, B ay nes Lake, three, Elko, two, Grasmere, four, Isa- bella one, Ridgemont, 10 and Sparwood 47. Femie Secondary gained 72 extra students as did Sparwood Secondary. Jaf f r ay rem ained the same at 89. However, it has been the experience of the board that school popul ations change week by week all year around and trustees, involved for years in building programs, did not appear to road anytiiing significant in the report. Nez Perce bank CMVCS in COLEMAN (CKP Bureau) Reports of bank caving in along the Nez Pcrce Creek, passing through central Cole- man, were brought to the atten- tion of council by some of (lie residents property is be- ing damaged. Council has notified the water resources department about In world golf TORT MACLEOD (HNS) David Ban- of Kelowna, B.C., was one of a team of four chos- en to compete in the World Amateur Golf event, Oct. 18-21, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. David is a grandson of Mrs. Stanley Barr, Fort Macleod. DAY Kate Andrews High School stu- dents at Coaldale are all smiles. It's awards day and they have the awards in hand. Back row, from lefl: Ron Duda, Herb Dyck, Henry Suyker, Brian King, Leo Mochr, Brenda Boulton and Gerda Liftau. Middle row: Wendy Charlene Ontkean, Linda Oshiro, Debbie Boullon, Mary Slemko and Loretta Slemko. Front row: left to right, Linda Unger, five Magdalene Woeloke, Bertha Reimer, Irene John, Charlotte Ktassen, Rosanna Slemko and Valerie Takeda. Linda Vn COALDALE (HNS) Linda' Unger and Otto Lcnz captured' a large share of the prizes at .he recent Kate Andrews High School annual awards day presentations. Miss Unger attained an ag- gregate standing of 92 per cent on the Grade 12 department of education examinations. She re- ceived the following awards: Canadian Sugar Factories scho- arship, Coaldale Home and School scholarship, Province of Albe-ta Scholarship, Klassen lonstruclion mathematics and science prize and the Robin- son Stores German 30 prize. Otto Lenz earned an average of 91 per cent on Grade 12 ex- aminations and won the follow- ing: Alberta Hotel Association scholarship, Province of Alber- ta scholarship, Coaldale Home School scholarship, Matsumiya mathematics prize and Coal- ciie Pytliian Sisters English Prize. Miss Magdalene Woelcke, this matter and it is expected remedial action will be taken. A brief from Coleman Col- lieries Ltd, was presented to council regarding the mobile home park development the Collieries is building in the Carbondale area of Coleman. The brief suggested the town co-operate in construction and servicing of the site. Council will provide as much support as passible. Reports indicated the arena roof has been repaired. Some repair work has to be done to the pavement of town streets. Reports of an increase of speeders in and around town is to be turned over to the RCMP for action. NTER Ail Pojiuhr Sizes of 14" or 15" ON SPECIAL en. INCLUDES MOUNTING WHITEWALLS -50 ONARD TIRE MART LTD. "We Knowingly Undersell" 102 2nd Ave. S. Phone 327-3580 District doings CGIT leaders CLARESHOLM (Special) Claresholm CGIT dr-ew girls and leaders to an organization- al meeting in Ihe Claresholm United Church. Department superintendent L Mrs. G. Goslin and leaders are Mrs. L. Hoogeveen, Mrs. M. Slovak, Mrs. D. Bauer, Miss Cheryl Norby and Miss Beverly Merchant. The department presi d e n I Loma Slovak, welcomed new members. ATA school CLARESHOLM (Special) A unit development school was held recently in Claresholm Elementary School. The course was conducted by Wendell Mills and Henry Krau; Lethbridge. The course was organized by the Willow Creek ATA. Loca and altendcd by 48 teachers from Willow Creek school divi sion, St. Mary's Blood Indian Reserve, Foothills and Pincher Creek. 12 graduate in June, was warded the Coaldale Kinsmen Club scholarship. Dairy! Matsumiya won Ihe Coaldale Rotary Club scholar- hip. The following Grade 12 grad- uates received province of Al- icrta scholarships: Linda lin- ger, 92 per cent; Otto Lenz, 1.3; Magdalene Woelcke, 84.8; )arryl Matsumiya, 83.8; Bertha Reimer, 83; Werner Jaazen, 0.8; Richard Low, 80.3; and Alvina Thiessen, 80. Wendy Miller captured the Alberta wheat board surplus money trust scholarship. Wendy las done outstanding work in he 4H Club. Her efforts cul- minated in her being chosen Scuthern Alberta Hereford Queen this past summer. Miss tliller is enrolled in the Gait School of Nursing in Leth- jridge. The Coaldale Kinette Diploma Award was presented to Irene farm who is employed with the Lethbridge Family Court. Helen Harms received the ilarry's Auto Service French 30 prize. Richard Low won the LeRon Low athletic achievement award. Miss Mary Slemko was awarded the Smith's Color TV leadership award. Brenda Holmes shared the Pythian Sisters English 30 prize with Otto Lcnz. Pavan Dairy Service awards were presented to Ron Duda Herb Sych, Frank Schimmel Nonna Neufeldt and Debbie Fujita. Bertha Reimer was the re cipient of the Kate Andrews academic achievement prize. Charlene Onlkean received the Astro Realty and Krahn Homes Business Education Award. The Bank of Montreal home economics award was present ed to Alvina Thiessen. The annual Kate Andrews Foresters reorganize in 'Pass BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Independant Order of Foresters has reorganized in Ihe Crowsnest Pass with the name of the local group being Ihe Foothills Foresters. The group has 50 members. Chairman is Alan Wakaluk of Hillcrest. Other officers: Vice-chair- man, Adolf Hanson of Bellevue; secretary, Lorraine Baker of Blairmore; treasurer, Mildred Cenerini of Blairmore; report- er, Aase Hamarsnes of Blair- more; distress chairman, Phyl- lis Hanson of Bcllevue; and promoter of social work, H. Rasmtisscn, Bellovue. The group has members from Cowlcy west through the Crows- nest Pass towns to the Alberta- British Columbia border. Meetings have been set for [he second Monday of each month. Persons interested in join- ing should contact an officer. An initiation dance and ban- quest, sponsored by the Fcsco, Grecnhills and Foothills Fores- ters will te held in the Blair- more Elks Hall Oct. 14. Home owners Why not use the Equity in Your Home? What is Equity? How much is your home worth? Deduct Equity Equity is the Cash You have invested in your home! Equity is good for Cash at FARMERS MERCHANTS TRUST CO LTD. 309711] Sired Smith UTHBIMGE lemorial Awards were pre- enled to Grade 10 students 3rian King and Rosanna Stem- o; and to Grade 11 students jjretta Slemko and Valerie 'akeda. The Square Deal Home character, effort and citizen- hip" awards were given to inda Oshiro, Arno Dyck and Linda Oshiro ana ueraa ut- ai: b..ai-eu tr.e Knights of Columbus Grade 11 academic irize. Debbie Boulton with an aver- ige of 93.8 per cent captured he Knights of Columbus Grade 0 academic prize. The IGA art award was pre- ented to Henry Suyker this rear. Herb Sych received Ihe Kale Andrews industrial art award. Miss Emily Stringham, retir- ng home economics teacher at Kate Andrews offered two prizes, in food service, and clothing and textiles. Recipients were Brenda Boulton and Char- ode Klassen. Karen Boulton, Grade 12, was commended for being selected as Alberta Dairy Princess fo 1972. She will represent Albert: in the finals at the Canadia National Exhibition in Toronto in 1973. Monday, Septomber S3, I97J tHt IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 Sudo Edgar returns wins wallet RAYMOND (HNS) An 01- awa visitor to western Canada, !ue Galvin, will long remember he honesty of the people after details of the trip have been for- gotten. Miss Galvin lost her wallet and a fair sum of money while spending a day in Raymond. The wallet was found by Cestton Sudo. He immediately look steps to locale the owner. When offered a -eward, Mr. Sudo stated: "One does not need an award to he honest." SUBMIT PLANS NATAL (HNS) School Dis- trict No. 1 (Fernie) trustees recently approved a recommen- dation from the board's building committee that sketch plans of the proposed renovations I Sparwood Secondary School be submitted to the department of education in Victoria on the basis of industrial education and home economics as plan- ned and with deletion of the administration area renovations and additions. post NATAL (HNS) Election of Gordon M. Edgar as a vice- president of Westshore Term in- ils Ltd. was announced reccnt- y by Stephen A. Girard, presi- dent and chief executive officer of Kaiser Resources Ltd. Mr, Edgar, born and educat- ed in Winnipeg, Man., has been manager of Kaiser Re- sources, since May, 1969. "In his new position as vice- president, he will continue re- to Edgar F. Kaiser, Jr., Kaiser Resources' execu- Jve vice-president, said Mr. Girard. Westshorc Terminals operates bulk loading facilities near hero at Roberts Bank. During 1971 the facilities load- ed nearly long tons ot Canadian coal aboard vessels bound for Japan and Europe. Its facilities recently were ex- panded for handling coal and coke under contracts with oth- er Canadian producers. Before joining Westshore Ter- minals, Mr. Edgar had been supervising bulk loading ports on the Great Lakes and the Gulf of St. Lawrence for 17 years. X RambliriRose Sparkling Rose from 1973 PLYMOUTH FURY ON DISPLAY TOMORROW See The Great New 1973's Chrysler Plymouth Satellite Valiant After viewing the 1973 Chrysler Products ask yourself Duster Dodge Trucks Imperial Does your car measure up "Extra Care In Engineering-It Makes The Difference" Open 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Tuesday Ihru Friday mOTORS SHOWROOM CORNER 7th ST. 1st AVE. S. PHONE 327-1591 LETHBRIDGE ;