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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 1, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta MMALD-11 The Herald- District Parks workshop will be built at Vulcan Herald Legislature EDMONTON The province will build a workshop to serve provincial parks in Southern Alberta at Vulcan. The shop will prefabricate picnic tables, sanitary facilities and other park utilities. It will handle carpentry, electrical and plumbing maintenance for the southern parks. From six to 10 people would be employed permanently with additional employees hired on a seasonal basis, Allan Warrack, minster of 'lands and forests, announced F.riday. He said the shop is part of a decentralization policy of the government. Shop operations are presently handled from Edmonton in a large central facility. Other shops will be announced later. The policy is part of a an expanded program for provincial parks announced by the government at the 1973 spring session of the legislature. Hog sale to Cuba worth Herald Legislature Bureau EDMONTON A sale of h'ogs to Cuba, the second announced within a week, will return more than to Alberta producers, Hugh Homer, minister of Coyote Flats book in works IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The Coyote Flats Historical Society is gathering material lor a second history of the area with pioneers south and west of Shaughnessy to be included. Family histories may be sent to Marie Sorgard, Box 5, Iron Springs before April 15. The book will have stories about pioneers, people who came with the irrigation era and Japanese and Dutch people who arrived during and after the Second World War. Cancer meeting today FORT MACLEOD (Special) The Fort Macleod branch of the Canadian Cancer Society will hold its spring meeting in the United Church Hall Monday. Present will be Cecil Gordon, campaign manager of the Lethbridge division; John Gogo, president; and Margarett Giinn, secretary. Pat Webber of Calgary Will speak on mastectomy. agriculture, announced Friday. Gainers Ltd. of Edmonton will ship pounds of pork, comprising to the island over the next few month. Gainers just closed a deal to ship hogs to Japan during the next two years. Canada Packers earlier this week said it made a substantial sale to Cuba but would not disclose the amount. School administrators plan seminar CRESTON The East Kbotenay School. Adminis- trators' Association will hold a seminar April 19 and 20 at the Fairmont Hot Springs Resort to consider the challenge of meeting the needs of children with behavioural and self' adjustment problems. Invitations are being extended to all school trustees, municipal government representatives and to members of several social agencies. "We. the teachers, wish to act but we cannot act purposefully in isolation from other says Frank Megale, vice-president of the East Kootenay -Adminis- trators' Association. "Hence our seminar." Prancing pronghorns DAVID BLY photo 'A herd of well-fed antelope trot, over the crest of a hill on the Melntyre Ranch, 15 miles south of Magrath. The large ranch is a game preserve and. abounds with large numbers of antelope and deer which often mix right in with the cattle when feeding time comes. Cardston music festival ends Top performer given 14 certificates CARDSTON (HNS) The tenth annual Cardston and District Music Festival came to a close recently with a grand concert featuring highlight performances of. the festival and the presentation of awards. The first prize for acquiring the most certificates was given to Tamara Tagg. She performed her way to 14 certificates. .The second prize was awarded to Lisa Matkin for 13 certificates. The third prize of was shared between two sisters, Teresa and Stacy Pitcher. Kach earned 10 certificates. The Cardston Rotary Club fjave a special annual festival iiward for outstanding service to Bill Laidlaw. Mr. Laidlaw lias been a merchant in Cardston for .more than 50 years. He has been active in sports and in music. He is supporter of all that is good in his community. In honor of Mr. Laidlaw an award to Tamara as "best -all-round performer" in the festival. Terry. Kennard was awarded the Rotary Club workshop award. The following received each: PIANO CLASSES Musi promising girl pianist: Shelley Burt: Most promising boy pianist: Jack Thomas. Best piano duet: Kathy Lowry and Shelley Hendry. Linda Lee Tliomas Musicianship Award for excellence in piano and vocal: Lisa Matkin. VOCAL CLASSES Most promising girl. 12 years and under: Margie Low. Julie Jensen Most promising boy. 12 years and under. Mark Pitcher. Most promising girl, 18 years and under. Cindy West. Most promising 18 years and under. Kendall Cameron. Musical Theatre award. 12 years and under. Stacy Pitcher. Musical Theatre award. 18 years and under. Trudy Pitcher. Musical Theatre duet, any combination: Paula Gallup and Lori Folk Singing: Lily Gay Steed. Best Choral Group. Cardston Motors award: Music Makers. SPEECH CLASSES Best in lyric poelry: Terry Pitts. Best in dramatic poetry: Melodee Marker. Best in classes other than above: Lori Hinman. BAND CLASSES Most, promising reed instrument: 1'am Hunter. Kathy Cahopn promising brass instrument: Corwyn Miller. Arnold Pitcher Musicianship Award, for excellence in band and piano: Teresa Pitcher. Most promising percussion instrument: Rob Rollingson. PERMANENT TROPHY WINNERS PIANO Juniors: Mark Pitcher. Intermediate: Jocelyn Van Orman Janisko Family Trophy. Sonatina classes: Julie Jensen. Kesri's- Western and.Sports, senior: Teresa Pitcher. VOCAL Junior: Uarrel Walburger. Intermediate: Lisa Matkin. Senior by June Kearl I: Cincy West. Musical Theatre Tagg Family trophy: Pitcher Family. SPEECH Junior: Joanne Ririe Intel-mediate: Carol Hartley. Senior: Terry Pitts: Mrs. Yvonne Hohm tropfcy for best scenes: Shari Hohm. Voyager Family Restaurant trophy for Canadian Poetry: Lori Hinman. BAND Junior: Rebecca Johnson. Intermediate: Karen Gaboon. Senior: Debbie Tolley. S S. Newton Memorial trophy, trumpet class: .Ted Haynes. REVOLVING TROPHIES Slylors Beauty Salon. Bach Piano classes. Cheryl Russell. Mrs. Margaret Memorial trophy, concert recital class: Shelley Burt. Mrs. Margaret Zang. most promis- ing in.speech: Zoe Thomas. SPECIAL ACCOMPANIST AWARD Shelly Malkin. GEORGEVANDENTOP Jirn Dickinson, Sales Manager of College Mercury Sales Ltd. Welcomes George Van- dentop back to their Sale force. We at College are, sure George's customers will be interested in knowing that they can look to him Again for their transportation needs. Bus: Phone 328-8335 Res. Phone 345-4338 Nobleford girls in finals NOBLEFORD girls volleyball team from Noble Central School will compete in the finals of.the mini-games at Milk River April 6. Noble Central school girls and boys curling rinks are Lethbridge County 26 regional 'champions in mini-games competition. The games are a practice run for the 1975 Canada Winter Games. KEEP 'EM ROLLING MR. FARMER The fast efficient Service you need is available at TRIMBLE'S TIRE SUPPLY LTD We have a good selection, of farm tire sizes and special orders are being accepted for 18.4 x 34 6 ply rear tractor 18.4x38 6 ply 18.4x38 8 ply 24.5 x 32 10 ply 20.8x38 8 ply rear tractor What ever your problem, see the FAR M Tl Rl SPECIALISTS AT TRIMBLES TIRE SUPPLY LTD. M2-I749 LtTHMIDOl VULCAN Speech therapy available COALDALE For social service appointments 'telephone here by phoning 345-4877 for Coaldale 345-3388 or Taoer, appointment. 223- ,11 Road restriction in Taber A 50 per cent load, the MD of Taber starting at V restriction will be effective on all paved and oiled, roads in a.m. today. Oddfellows plan dance FORT MACLEOD (HNS) the Oddfellows lodge, the Oddfellows and Rebekahs institution of the Rebekah will hold a dance April 19 It lodge here in April 16, 1912, will commemorate the 155th and the 100th anniversary of anniversary of the founding of the coming of police. REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY For Local Project General Superintendent Foremen Carpenters Backhoe Operators Laborers APPLY TO: WESTERN INDUSTRIAL CONTRACTORS LTD. 4Z7-M Aw. I. E. IMpftM Ill-Till YES... EVERYTHING IS IN GOOD SUPPLY AT YOUR PETROLEUM AGENCY Cardston-HARVEY WILLIAMS Nobleford-JOE KONYNENBELT Milk River-WCK SABEY Lethbridge-JACK WILLIAMS Hillspring-R. L LEISHAM Poti ruirvnogv uuiminrti Yes! Become UFA to a Hue every. flolon of petroleum you puy through your UFA agent wS US earn you a sub- ncmflal patonoge dMdend. MefestisdSeivtoo: wto mqUmum tegd ppducHoo the your UFA petroleum opjent lecoojnbev the frflportooce- of OMurtno, ycuof piodJoot. Tnte yea, you can count on hfc help-even ever. 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