Pages from the Past – May 1967


High School News
collegiateFive teachers would not be returning to their classes in the fall. Mrs. Alberta Hess would be moving to the Board Office in a new position, John Danesi would be taking a new position at Korah Collegiate, Morris Wernick will return to England, John Milliken would be taking on a new position as mathematics inspector for mid-northern Ontario, and Tom Tipton would become vice-principle of Korah Collegiate.
Along with that news, Wendy Arthur was named top female athlete and David Warner-Smith, choir and orchestra director received an armful of gifts from the choir and orchestra as a token of their appreciation.
St. Mary’s College
St Mary’s held their awards night and gave their highest award, the Spiritus Award, to Jim Suffel. Most outstanding athlete went to Ed Fortino, and Bob Paciocco took away the Student Council Award.

Gord Kostenuik led the Gasmen to a 2-1 victory over the Wheelers. HE hit two triples, drove in one run and scored the winner. Bob Miller pitched a two hitter for the win.
!967 was the year of expansion for the NHL and Boom Boom Geoffrion, playing fro the Rangers at the time, announced that he would retire if he was drafted by a new team.

Two aluminum doors – $45.00
Triumph T100C – $695.00
Krezik’s Motors selling Ramblers as low as $2272.00