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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 7, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Accreditation far Magrath, Cardston schools? Cardston school division trustees have applied to Education Minister Lou Hyndman for accreditation of Cardston and Magrath, above, high schools. Success will mean January examination results will be uinchanged. Next month students may take the teacher-mark or write a departmental examination! in one or all subjects. Stu- dents electing to write in June will accept the teacher- mark or ths combined teacher, examination mark whichever is the higher. All may apply to rewrite in August. Pam Heppler presides WI girls gather at Champion CHAMPION The District 4 Women's Institute Girls Clubs met here in a district conven- tion in the community hall. Four clubs were represented, Langdon Wild Roses, Strath- mare Country Pals, Lethbridge Northern Busy Bees, and Warn- er Jolly Janes. Sixtv six girh and supervisors registered. The Warner girls (ravelled by bus driven by Adrian McAn- drews. Registration started at II a.m. with a get aquainted hour and lunch. Lunch was sup- plied by the clubs but served by the Champion WI. District director Pamela Hep- pier of Warner presided. Each club gave a report of Its year's work. Public sneaking followed. Judges were Mrs. H. McHugh, Father O'Reilly and Mrs. B. Collins, all of Lethbridge. Win- ners were: junior, Karen Lar- 8211, Country Pals, Stathmore; intermediate Debbie Nilson, Warner Jolly Janes; and senior, Linda Konochuh, Strathmore Country Pals. Trophies were presented to the winners. Judges received tokens of ap- preciation. Each club was responsible for an item of entertiainment. The Country Pals gave a humorous Some of our biggest customers started out We've seen a lot of contractors start out with little more than a second-hand tractor and some youthful optimism. A few years went by, and they had a spread of our equipment that looked like the Normandy Invasion. The business is lika that. That's.why we roll out the red carpet for all our customers even if they're not listed on the financial page. At our dealership everyone gets first-class treatment across the board: Equipment Selection. Parts. Service. Financing. Even advice on how to bid that job. You're our invest- ment in the future. lern-leacher program valued CARDSTON (HNS) The board of trustees of the Card- ston school division has given approval to expand the intern- teacher program. This program, partially sup- ported by the provincial gov- ernment, allows future teach- ers an opportunity to become better acquainted with educa- tional programs. The intern teacher is as- signed to work with a regular teacher. They become involved in many of the tasks accom- plished by a teacher. This pro- gram has proved to be of value, both to students and to the school division. It is expected there will be about 30 intern teachers tak- ing part this year. The board expressed concern at the decreasing enrolment and the resulting effect on the pupil- teacher ratio in the division. If the present trend continues, some program changes may be reauircd. School will not close for Farmer's Day, June 8. This is in accordance with the school calendar adopted by the board at the commencement of the school year. The next meeting of the board has been set for May 9 at 10 a.m. Vulcan Machinery Equipment Ltd. CAIGARY 807 42nd S.E. '87.199f> Merchants, Rotarians build park FORT MACLEOD (Special) Dr. John Walker says the chamber of commerce will co- operate with the Fort Macleod Rotary Club in its centennial project of building Garrison Park, an overnight campground on the site of the old'NWMP brrracks. Work was begun last summer and was by govern- ment officials as the araa was declared a national historic site. The location vrill now be slightly south of the original parade square. Ecumenical event set by Trinity UCW FORT MACLEOD (Special Trinity United Church women are planning to hold an ecumenical evening June 4. They will host all women's church organizations here. Tliis will be the fourth event, each one hosted by a different church. All women are cordially in- viled, even though they may nnot have any church affilia- tion. Mayor Lubbers says sidewalks completed NOBLEFORD (Special) The annual meeting of the electors of the Village of Noble- ford heard Mayor Arnold Lub- bers report all curbs, gutters and sidewalks have been com- peted in the old section of the village. Four new homes com- pleted in the past year. The village had also found it ne- cessary to annex more land and one lot has been sold in this new subdivision. He also reported the street lights have been installed down Highway Ave. to the junction of Highway 519. The council had also approv- ed grants, in the amounts of to each, the tennis club and the ice centre for improve- ments. J. Warmink reported a new waterline has been installed on Cawdron Ave.. 300 more trees were planted, feet of side- walk were installed as well as feet of curb and gutter. Mrs. Mary Ann Goldade, school report, predicted that the Grade 1 enrolment v411 be down noticeably from the 29 en- rolled this term. A kindergar- ten is anticipated for the fall. Councillor Nieboer reported on the senior citizens home. He noted the council was receiv- ing per person but it was costing per person. He also noted that the rental units were producing profit to offset the deficit but requisi- tions may be the only way to cover these deficits. Councillor Lang reported on water and sewer and noted the bulk water meter brought in 522.071 in revenue. A new water meter has been installed. The cost of the one frozen water line amounted to This includes new manholes, to enable the town man to reach the trouble spots easier. The water works debentures will be paid off this year. Councillor Nieboer announc- ed an experimental project on road building will be carried on this year. It is hoped to be less costly than the current nriwrsm fashion show; piano duet. Lang- don Wild Lethbridge Northern Busy Bees, baton solo routine; and the Warner Jolly Janes, a vocal and in- strumental arrangement. All clubs joined in a singsong with Mrs. Mary Mercer at the piano. Handicraft judges were Miss Marilyn Tatem ar.d Phil Blakc- ly, both of Lethbridge. Miss Tatem gave a few comments and presented the handicraft trophy to the Warner Jolly Janes. This convention was a new venture for the girls. It proved very informative and the girls have decided to told future conventions. It will be held at Champion again next year be- csuss it is central. Strathmore Country Pals will be the tost club next year. More district on Page 13 District news Monday, May 7, 1973 THE IETHBRIDCE HERALD 3 PAUL ANDERSEN photo Tiny mite trophy tvinner Biff Redden, seout for the New England Whalers, presents a tiny mite trophy to Edward Vegtor of Claresholm. Vegtor shows "excellent promise" as a young hockey player. TOYOTA TRAVEL CENTRE b having a WELCOM FRED STORY 25 years experience NOTICE LES INGLE 35 years experience Fred, Let, Con and Gayle welcome Mr. Bob Barber to Toyota Travel Centre's tales staff. Bob In the automotive Industry for eight at Rocky Mountain House, where he hod a CM dealership. He also spent several years as District Manager for Mossey Ferguson, having worked out of Edmonton and Calgary. Ho moved to iethbridge in 1955. From 1955 to his present appointment at Toyota Travel, Bob was involved in the farm machinery and motel business. Bob welcomes his many friends and customers to v'sit him ot Toyota Travel Centre and to the fine display of Toyota and trucks, Skylark travel trailers, motor homes and campers. Check the many savings below! 1969 EMPRESS MOTOR HOM Self contained, still under warranty of milet. Immaculate 1971 VOLKSWAGEN WESTFAHLIA CAMPER with pop-up top Ifyou own a travel trailer or camper... NOW is the time to have your propane equipment and appliances thoroughly inspected and adjusted. Be sure of a fun-filled, carefree holiday with dependable propane cooking, cooling and lighting systems. All it takes is a phone call for an appointment. Complete service just s-j Q oo PLUS PARTS CALL BOB JACKLIN at 328-3336 S3295 1973 TOYOTA K! LUX PICKUP CON BARRETT 25 years experience A pleasure and work unit combination BRAND NEW 1973 TOYOTA COROLLA 2-DOOR GAYLE JOHNSON 21 years 4 speed. 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