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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta WINS TOYOKI MORIYAMA TROPHY Randy Chrupka of Picture Butte receives fine Toyoki Moriyama Trophy from Kiyo Moriyoma for his achievements in the Picture Bulls Japane5e Judo Club. Donated by Harpo and Kiyo Moriyama in honor of their late fcilher, the trophy has been up -for co mpelilion since 1960. P. Johnson pholo Here we are lion again. The I'orciipinc Hills loom up greener every day though the nearby Livingstone Range seem to wear a per- petual white covering. This is ideal country for Scouting and wide games can be very wide indeed. What a wonderful sit- uation for signalling with flags or Aldous lamps Our friend and former Scout Commissioner Kurt Seel is busy indeed with courses and other scouting activities in Calgary. He sends greetings to all his friends of the South Alhcrla Region. Another old Scout- er. now retired, is II. II. Chap- sponsibihty initial training rests with the districts. Oh yes! How about being with the "In" Group on either of the two weekends May 5-G-7 or May 19-20-21-22 at Cam p Impcesa. Work parties come self-contained. Camp, work and eat: If as many groups do these years you plan a tour, be sure lo have a tour permit. Like- wise if you go travelling it is ivell worthwhile to carry a spe- cial introductory letter which is even better than the regular registration card. Conlacl The Regional Oflicc in Lclhbridgc for one of these. man whom friends i" Scouting j jnfo [rom Q ,clls of a South Alberta Jambomlc at t'anip Jimicrsa in the sum- mer of 197X Remember the last il over again! Good hunting, all! and cooking. You won't be sorry. All Ilirec Ic-icls of Ilic Explorer and Physical Fitness badges will he included in pro- gram events. The wonderful news nf a Wood Badge course at Tmpersa is cheering lo all. The pre-reqnsile is rather impor- tant. Ask your commissioner about flic hvo options, the re- Will continue youth program TABKH (HNS) The an- nual youth employment pro- gram will begin here Monday, iMny 15, with SI even Lucas in of co-ordinaline. Ihe pro- gram under Urn of Canada Manpower. A secret ;i rv is to lie hired In- rally. council npprnvcd pay- ment of .SliOu I o w ;i r d llu1 salary In bo raised. The will he paid by Hie depart- ment of youih SUHI by the Chamber of Commerce and the remainder is to be, subscribed by service clubs and nlbers in- terested. The excellent service pro- vided for employment of .youth last year prompted the con-! l.innalion of Ihe program. may remember from his bank- ing diiys around Alborla, Will, pnriiig a-comiiiR on all f the Cubs. Scouts and Yen- (mc al, run, LcL.s pul! stone School, hirers will be as restless and 5 itchy-Footed jis a ynunp musk- rat. You have already been made aware of Ihe New Brunswick Jamhorcc July Some of our youth will pre- fer the I rip lo places no Scout or Venturer has seen. May 15 i.s the dead- line here. Get thai lightweight equipment and enle.r enlry fee only S4.no. Remember, too. for your group's ramp apply for your permit al the Region- al Office. The Li'lhbnrJgc areas noilh, south, cast and west arc hosling the. IVlioop-l'p ranip- orcr on Mav 20. 27 find 2H. Gul those ideas in camping i Graduation exercises tonight COWLEY (UN'S) Prepara- tions are going forward for the Livingstone High School Grad- uation exercises tonight in Lundbreck. The 1972 Class of Graduates numbers eleven this year six girls and five boys. The graduates include Susan J a c queline Buries, Gene Cervo, Thomas Crayford, Ronald Davis, John Gray, Rob- ert Mazur, Corinne Noble, W e n d y Nystrom, Jacqueline Porter and Janet Warriner. Peter Iwasiuk, principal of Livingstone High School will he master of ceremonies for the 18th time. Friends and relatives are urged to attend this occasion. rritloy, Muy 5, 1973 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAtD 3 Modified vear recommended TABER (HNS) A modified modified" school year for 1972-73 has been recommended by public school superintendent James L. George of Tabcr. "With some minor changes, the school schedule remains much the same as last year. The new plan provides for school starting Aug. 211, (Mon- a week earlier Ilian nor- mal, and a two-day longer Easter holiday to include the Monday and Tuesday Good Friday. School will be out I'ollowiiiR the Grade 12 exmniiialions which conclude June 15. Year- end reports will be completed by the teachers on June 18. Stevenson wins fellowship The program calls for 191 in- structional days and seven non- iiislniclioniil for teachers' con- vcnlion and professional devel- opment, and lhe like. Air. George based his modifi- cations on results of a survey of teachers and parents. Of the J.'Jl teachers reporting, 81 pro- ferret! the system used last year with some modifications. Parent.s were more emphatic in llieir opinions. Some G9Q ap- proved the modified year. A to- la! of 78 were opposed, The ma- jority vole was 90 per cent. The new proposals, geared to suit the majority of objectors j t'j last year's calendar, will I now receive official approval before adoption. Grand view Nursing Home to be opened Wednesday CABDSTON The new 40- bed Grandview Nursing Home here will be opened by an offi- cial of the Alberta Hospital Ser- vices Commission aL 1 p.m. Wednesday, May ]0. It is located on the south hill here and has been under con- struction for about one year. Mrs. Ruby Lacey, RN. Js the matron. She comes to CardsLon after six years in the field al Her] Deer. Mrs. Lacey says about half the beds have been filled and there will be no difficulty filling the remaining beds after the home is opened. Grade 9 students tops when Barons marks heard BARONS In their lasl year with the Barons School, the Grade 9 students can look back with pleasure on a suc- cessful school term. Their scores from the de- partmentals were well above provincial averages with an outstanding overall average percenfile in mathematics of 80. In sports the boys, with help from the rest of the Junior High, won their league volley- ball tournament, captured con- solation in the final basketball tourney. They are planning a success- ful track and field effort be- fore school closes on June 16. Next year these students will be attending LCI. STIRLINCi Joseph A. Stevenson, chemislry teacher and principal at Stirling Sec- ondary School, has been awarded a Shell Canada merit fellowship in cliemi-stry f o r study at McMasler University in Hamilton. Ont., this summer. Mr. Slcvcinson, who lives at Raymond, is one of 20 fellows chosen from high school teach- ers across Canada to attend a foul' week institute commen- cing July A graduate of the University of Alberta, he received Ji i s master of education in mathe- matics in 1967. He also obtained a Shell merit fellowship in mathema- tics and science in In addition to his teaching and principal duties, he is now involved in teaching a teacher- development course for acting and prospective teachers in the Raymond Third Ward of the LDS Church. The Shell fellowship pro- gram, now in its third year, is designed to bring science teachers up to date on rapidly- expanding knowledge in the chemical field and its implica-1 Uons iur high school leaching. TCinpliasi.s is placed on the interchange of ideas between teachers and university faculty. Each Shell fellowship pro- Mil. STEVENSON' vides payment of tuition fees, a stipend of 5300, travel allow- ance and accommodation en. the campus. it also covers any required material for laboratory work- shops. Shell's total expcndituie for tile program is in excess of 520.000 annually. The McMasler summer insti- tute is one example of Shell's continuing aid to education which includes sponsorship of several fellowship and scholar- ship programs. Community meet ENCHANT (HNS) The April meeting of the Ladies Community Association was held recently in the hall kitch- en. Esther Gillesjiie called tlio meeting to order and roll call was answered by 18 members and (here was two visitors. Committee reports worn heard and plans to make a quilt for the fall supper and sale were made. Mrs. Jessie McLeod showed many finished articles done with Artex paint. You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere CONTENTS 25 OUNCES DtniUTD. HIKKD 1KD UTTUD IK HOIIUD Distilled, Blended and Bottled in Scotland by White Horse Distillers Ltd., Scotland The program begins at 8 o'clock tonight in the Living- De Jager wins post as principal COALDALE William Da Japrr of Coaldale has accept- ed a position an principal at Terra Ceia Christian School, Terra Ceia, North Carolina, for the 1972-73 school year. In his new position, Mr, De Jager will also lie teaching Grades (i, 7 and 3. lie will lie married to Miss Sena Ilerringa June 2. She be teaching Grades 3, 4, and 5 in the same school. iUr. DC .lager is the son of Sir. and Mrs. Teake De Jager of Coaldale. COALDALE The Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing Ihe following infant and pre-school clinics: HAYS: Tuesday, May 9, in Ihe school from 1 to 3 p.m. PICTUHF, HUTTE: Tuesday, May 9. in the Picture Bullc High School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 lo 3 p.m. TAriP.H: Tuesday. May in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. lo 12 lioon and I 4 p in NOHLKFDItD: W e d nesday. May 111, in Iho school from lo p.m. V A V X Wednesday. May 10. in the elementary school from 10 a.m. lo 12 noon and 1 lo 3 p.m. Thursday, May 11. in Ihe Health Unit' Office flipslairs in Ihe Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. lo 12 noon and to -I p.m. TAHF.II: Thursday. May II, in Ihe llcallh linil Office in Ihe Adniudslralion Building from ,hc in. In 12 noon and I.-.10 lo o To attend leader course TABEK (IlfVS) Guy R. Pnssey. vice-principal 'at Dr. j Hamman Elementary School here, has been selected by (lie public school board to attend a principal's leadership course in i Edmonton during .July. The leadership course will bo i held in Ihe Alberta School for j the Deaf from July Hi to 21, i and will have a total of 70 par- Hi p.m. For social service appoint- mcnks telephone: CoaJdale 3-15- 31188; Tabcr 22-1-3311. Dr. (i. R, C. Palmer, medical officer of health, urges parents to ensure their fully protected children arc against con- di.sea.sc nnrl tooth rh- cay. Rule s of cleanliness .should lie impressed on tbcm. nice. Tlic tuition fee including accommodation is being paid by Lho, division. The course theme is The Principal and the Wider Com- munity a n d consultants with simulation materials, video tapes and ease studies will con- duel group sessions. reporls FaJJs painting to lour AJborla centres TAMKK (HNS) An stract oil paint in.C titled Cam- eron Falls, I on, entered in an amalnir 1 i I inn by Taber ;irl isl rs. Alice Towlo be on display in tin: major centres of Alber- ta for I hi1 nexl nimilbs. is one ol f.o eulliirn, youth and recreation from Ibc 277 entries in the com- petition. Mrs. an nclivc mem- ber of the T ,n b c r Brush ami Club, was advised nf the selection of her painlinp for disphiy by d. Morion, exposure head for Ihe. depart.- drive proceeds The Rotary Club recently roiiort.ec! the mnil in canvass for the Canadian Red Cross is two thirds over. Any persons still wishing (o contribute may send the dona- tion in my mail to Hox (Ml, Coaldale, or eonlacl Alton Knapp or Henry Krneker, Ko- la ry conveners [or Hie canvass. RDANS ARENA HENDERSON ICE CENTRE MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE -LETHBRIDGE (and tonight 'ti! 10) IS YOUR LAST et the CARPET BARGAIN of a LIFETIME! Selection so great, prices so low only this huge arena is large enough to hold this sale Super savings from someone you can trust SATISFACTION ASSURED. Jordans reputation, built on 43 years of QUALITY, VALUE and SERVICE. HNAL DAY SPECIAL SAVINGS REMNANTS Hundreds of room size rugs MANY AT PRSCE EMBOSSED NYLON CMHC acceptance Green only ONLY 1.00 sq. yd. STAMPEDE Popular Harding Nylon Tweed- Gold only 5 .00 yd. Nylon Shag Hardy hcnl scl yarn, tightly woven. Green only .00 sq. yd. COMMERCIAL TYPE RUBBER-BACK Nylon Tweed S colors 7 .00 yd. "CALIFORNIA" Style super heavy nylon shag, AvJcado only 8 .00 sq. yd- Jbniahs HENDERSON ICE CENTRE-LETHBRIDGE ;