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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Solurdny, Mtmh 11, 1972-7HE IETHBRID.GE HERAID 13 CLAY MODELLING SPURS CULTURAL VIEW L _ WOOD-CARVING TAKES PATIENCE AND SKILL TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE ANNOUNCES m GAYLE JOHNSON Pele Alexander, Con Barrett, Les Ingle, Fred Slory and Hank Camp lake pleasure in wel- coming Mr. Gayle Johnson Io their sales team. Gay IB has been one of Lethbridgti's leading sales- men for the past 20 years. Mr. Johnson is a charter mem- ber of General Motors Sales Leaders Club and achieved his GM Senior Master Soles- men's Rank in 1955. During Goyle's career he has held position of Truck Sales Manager and wn fee that we're fortunate in ac quiring o man of Mr. John son's calibre and he wefeome all of his many customers ant friends to drop out and see him and the full line of Sky lark Campers, Trailers, Moto Homes, Mobile Homes am Toyota outomobilej. Parents tour school PICTUnii DUTTE A bunt 450 parents loured the Picture Bultc High School at the start of Education Week here. Principal George Haima was chairman. The band, conduct- ed by Ross Harvey, performed. Mrs. E. Enns' Grade 7 choral group sang. Mrs. Jean Ober and Ken MacKenzie directed a physical education demonstration with students performing on the bare, beam, springboard and in wrestling and gymnastics. Emphasis on the fine and practical arts provided the theme. Guests were taken on a con- ducted tour of the sclwol and visited the power mechanics shop; graphics lab; electronics lab; library; food lab; and tho art room, where ceramics, oil painting, tie dyeing and wood carving programs were out- lined. One of the most successful ventures of this nature, the eve- ning provided the parents with an opportunity to view the edu- cational programs offered to the school's 450 students. CERAMICS MADE BY STUDENTS SPOTTER HELPS PLUCKY GIRL LEAP FROG OVER THE BOX i- i i I I I I 1 I WOMEN AN EXCITING CAREER AWAITS YOU AS A Medical Receptionist LEARN! HOW YOU MAY BECOME A MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST THROUGH PROFESSIONAL TRAINING INSTITUTE HOME STUDY PROGRAM MAIl COMPtETED.COUPON.TODAY Nome Address Phone MAIL TO: Age Educ. W Rm. 4, 1609A Centre SI. N., Calgary 41, Alto Registered under Ilie Trade School Regulations Act in Sosk., Alia, and B.C. Ray Bridger elected at Spar wood NATAL (HN'Sl At (he re- cent membership meeting ol the Spar wood and District Chamber of Commerce, Kay Bridger was elected treasurer, replacing Ron Siuckert who re- signed. Mr. Bridger is manager ot the Royal Bank at Spanyood. The chamber agreed to spon- sor B group ot Grade 11 stu- dents who have applied for an Opportunities for Youth Grant to establish a campground and information centre in the dis- trict. The chamber also decided to ask the District of Sparwood council to provide street lights at all of the entrances to Spar- wood from Highway 3. A dinner meeting will held March 23. Liiterns to be paid a day By GEOFF TAGG Special Corespondent FOREMOST A recent meeting of the County ol ilile school committee ratified several important decisions. An internship program for the 1972-73 year was approved. I will pay interns a day {or six weeks and of this will be reimbursed through govern ment grants. The system will operate on a voluntary basis for the count teachers supervising such in terns. The school committee has ex pressed a strong interest in in lernsliip and is known to favo a longer period. A field trip was approved to Grade 8 and 9 students of Coi querville School to visit the vo cational wiiig of Medicine Ha High School. Mrs. Ray (Pat) Geldreieh o Senator Gershaw High Schor in Bow Island was granted prc fessional leave to continue he studies. Mrs. A. Wilson of Manybe ries was granted leave of a sence for April, May and Jun Schools will close for the Ea Icr break on [he afternoon Thursday, March 30, and w reopen Monday, April 10. COALDALIi (HNS) Fran- is Wright of the Surrnyside dis- rict was recently appointed lairman of the Lethbridge southern regional rccre- .ion board. E. P. (Sonny) Miller was the rcvions chairman. Francis Wright heads hoard Attending their first meeting as recreation board members were Mrs. Donna Neville, Town of Coal dale representative; Kuss Henderson, McNally dis- trict; and Douglas Campbell, Coaldale district. Special loans for homeowners at Associates If you're buying your house, you're eligible for i special Homeowner Loan al Associates any lime you need cash. Thai means we may be able io give you a better deal. Lower rates or longer terms or even both. The amount you can borrow is limited only by Ihe equity you have in your home. S10.000, m.wbe or more. So if you have high-interest debt; oulst.inclinp, or it you need cash lor a second car, a boat, or any other good reason, talk to Associates aboul a low-interest Homeowner Loan. 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