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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta NEW AUXILIARY Mrs. Morion Goddard, district commander, Ladies Auxiliary 1o the Royal Canadian Legion, installed officers of ihe Bellevjo auxiliary recently. Front row, from left: Shfrley Ctark, Edith Aebli, Phyllis Pagnucco, Hanson, Mrs. Gaddard of Fort Macleod, and Armonde McNeil. Bock row. from left; Vera Hanson, Augie Leishmeister, Eileen Thompson, Margaret Bazon and Freda Price. Missing: Helen Belik, Gloria Greqory and Margaret Decoux Photo n Roundup of News anagi Koy joius trio of volunteers Welcome Moora NOBLEFORD Hepresentatives of the United churches of Fort Macleod, Granum, Barons. Iron Springs, Picture Butte and Nobleford were on hand to welcome the moderator of the United Church of Canada, Rt.-Rev. A. B. B. Moore, at a coffee party recent- ly- Also present were Rev. John Moorman of the Monarch re- formed church ami Rev. J. S. Mantel of the Nobleford Chris- tian Reformed Church. Win event NOBLEFORD (SpeciaD- Duane McCurrach, Bryon Harbera, Vernon Smith and Di- ane Plomp curled their way to the top in the second event in tlie Fort Macleod High School bonspiel recently. To Vauxhall TABER (HNS) Enchant's Grades 8 and 9 students, and H a y s' Grade 9 students will continue to travel by bus to Vauxhall for industrial arts and home economics training. The school board's decision to continue busing students during the next school year was based on a survey of par- ents involved, even though time is at a premium in the Vauxhall high school. The Kays poll showed 20 in favor of continuing against five not in favor. At Enchant, tho voting was 10 to continue Uio program and II to discontinue. To parley TABER (HNS) Miss Kit Johnson, Grade 10 student at W. R. Myers High School here, has been nominated to be a par- ticipant in the Newtonbrook Conference in Canadian Studies to be held at Toronto April 24 to April 28. The department of education will select 21 students from the nominees from Alberta high schools to attend the confer- ence which will have represen- tation from all provinces and the territories. Cost of the trip and confer- ence is partially subsidized by department of education grants. The school divi- sion will pay toward Miss Johnson's expenses should she be selected to attend. OK counter TABER ULNS) Subject to provincial government licens- ing and specified regulations, council has approved a nine- stool coffee counter at How's IGA Food liner. Also approved was the sale of snow vehicles by Select Feeds Ltd. A third licence was approved for Casper II, Meyer to operate an ice cream parlor and fam- ily restaurant in the former Bank of Montreal building at 43th Ave. and 53rd St, which he now owns. Postponed BLAIRMORE (CNF Bureau Bla.irm.ore CWL, has an nounced the CWL, regtona meeting, scheduled to be hel< here March 10, has been post poned until further notice. The group has agreed to con duct the annual campaign for funds during March. Employ interns TABER (HNS) Ten certi- fied teachers completing uni versity education will be em- ployed by Ihe Taber school di- vision on an internship basis from April 24 to May 12 as parl of an on-the-job training pro- gram. Each will receive per day for services given The program was recom- site TABER (HNS) Alternate possible airport locations, both north and south of the Oldman River, were examined recently by officials of the ministry of transport in company with a five-man committee set up at a forenoon meeting in the council chambers. They met with members of council, the industrial develop- ment committee and local fly- ers. D. D. Brownridge of the cavil aviation branch, and W. C. K e h o e of the construction 20-3 record by Ron Fix NOBLEFOHD Ron Fix skipped his way to first place in the square draw of the Nobleford Curling Club with a 20 to 30 win-loss record over the season. Fix was supported in the wins by William Parker, third; Garrit Warmink, second; and Chris DeJong, Jr. In second place was the Gor- don Luchia rink with a 16-7 rec- ord. The annual banquet and dance is set for Friday, March 17, in the Nobleford Legion HaU. branch, Edmonton, advised that a site selected on the Man- nix coal property, now town- owned, is too restricted in area for a suitable airport for this community. It was hoped, said Brown- nidge, that foot runway aligned with the prevailing south-westerly winds could be constructed on the proposed site. However, the limited space would allow only feet with no possible future expansion, with a too-southerly angle, of runway. A number of other locations were proposed at the meeting, and several would meet the preferred requirements. Following inspection on site, and study of topographical sur- veys, Mr. Brownridgc will make recommendations to the Ministry of Transport, Ottawa, where Taber's application now is on file. Expectations are that, once a suitable site is assured, the ap- plication for financial assis- tance mil be processed for in- clusion in the 1972-73 budget for airport construction, now in- creased to S3 million. Following a detailed discus- sion on nsed and possible use of the municipal airport anrl conditional on procurement of site, Mr. Browriridge said that ho would definitely recommend These Are The Uthbtidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area CLARESHOLM PALI ANDERSEN P.O. 148 courts MRS. AllCE HACKE D.llvery COAIDALE MRS. PETIR TYMBUKSKI........... Box 1005 BARONS MRS. JUNE COWIE ..................P.O Box Ml CROWSNEST PASS VMN DECOUX Contact peopta for your Dlitrlel Newt or Classified Advertising to the ministry of transport full participation of the department in the construction of the air- port here. Taber's application covered the regulation runway for VFP operation, complete with pavec surface and lighting for niglil usage. WISHING THE MAJOR APPLIANCE OF .YOUR CHOICE (KOTHIMO TO DETAILS AT SMITH'S WESTINGHOUSE WASHER and DRYER LARGE CAPACITY NO UNBALANCED BUILT-IN IINT LOAD PROBLEMS COLLECTOR WASHER DRYER COMPARE YOU'LL BUY WESTINGHOUSE SMITH'S mended by school superinlcn- TABER Respond- dent J. L. George and reading consult ant Jack Herm an. In- fcerns will be assigned to assist grou ps of students hav in g learning difficulties, particular- ly in the areas of reading mathematics. ing to an advertisement seek- ing volunteers to serve on Ta- ber's recreation board, four people offered to give time: in- cumbents Jock Kinniburgh, Don Fisher and Guy Passey, whose terms expired at the year-end, and Walter Koyanagi. March 14, 1972 LETHBRJDG? HERALD 3 Schools need parents' help By MARGARET LU.N'N Special Correspondent PITs'CIIER CREEK The education committee of tho PirHier Creek school division met recently at Matthew Hal- Ion High S'cliool and turned to the theme: "Should formal ed- ucation be continuous, age sev- en years through high Ideas that were mentioned in- cluded: "There, should be alterna- tives available for students who are not progressing in school. "To keep them at school through several years of com- pulsory attendance means they are likely to return to com- plete (heir education when mature enough or in need of further (raining. A future prospect of includ- ing more adult students, in a broader range of subjects, was noted. This broad range could well Involve outdoor education. PAIiE.VTS The presence of parents and other adults in the schools was discussed. The present practice of hav- ing few visitors was criticized by educationists present and a general invitation was extend- ed. One way to break with tra- dition would be for parents to assist in the schools. Anyone interested in helping j was asked to contact a school 1 principal so that the extent of j community interest could be assessed. As well as providing help, such a move would assist in communications, as many members of the public are nol aware of what is happening in their schools. A parent asked about the report that the division is seeking a pupil teacher ra- tion of 20 (o one. It was explain- ed that this represents an aver- age, counting pit the teaching staff. The present ration is 18.4 to one so the change would mean (bat there would be fewer teachers, with some coursas be- ing dropped and remaining teachers being asked to take a heavier workload. The next meeting will be held Thursday, April 13, at Matthew Halton at p.m. Everyone is welcome. Warner WI hears UN story from member Mrs. Cress WARNER (HNS) Tile March meeting of the Warnsr Women's Institute was held at the home of Mrs. Mary Mor- ton, with Mrs. Fat Hutchinson as co-liostess, Eleven members attended. M r s. Thelma Cress, United Nations chairman, spoke on the history of the United Nations, its origin, and the progress of the work of the UN and what it constitutes. The April meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Cath- erine Drake with Mrs. Theima Cress as co-hostess. Carol Gray introduced Deb- bie Nilsson, who gave the Joily .lane's gills' for the February meeting. The Warner Memorial Li- brary will hold a pancake sup- per Saturday, March 11. They will also feature the annual Va- Night Friday, the school au- riety Talent March 24, diforium. Miss Pauline Troidl was cho- sen delegate to tne District 4 conference, to be held at Med- icine Hat March 21 and 22. 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