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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Irrigation schedu Monday, April 3, 1972 THE IETHBRIDOE HERAIO 3 GYMNASTS MEET Superb demonslrolions of gym- nosHc feats were held a! Ihe Consolidated High School recenMy when studenfs from south Albcrla look in the soulhwcsl zone me el. Above, Corby PanV- hurst of Lelhbridge shows good form when he copped first plnce in Ihe mens junior vaulliny. Other pholo, Debra Finn of Blair more displays excellent form in women's ifompoline ad ion. Decoux Photo medals won "OI.EMAN (CNP niircau) were from 111? Univcv- show of (ivranaslics jsily uf Cnlpniy unricr (lirec- CO I A siii-.. was held in Ihc Crousncsl Con- solidated High School recently when gymnnsls from the LCI, Lethbridpe, Willow Creek Com- posite lliph School, Clares- holm, Mathew Ilalton High School, Pincher Creek and the local school look part in the gyn7naslics soutluvcsL zone meet. Events began following a pa- raile of S4 young people into the gymnasium. School superintendent. Paul Zubick welcomed the young people and visitors and wished them .success in Ihe cvcnls. lion of A] Schn. Gold medals were presented to all first place winners and ribbons were presented lo the next five winners in each event. The first six in each event arc eligible to enter and attend the provincial com petitions to bo held al Edmonton A'iril 29, The local girls copped 2L out of a total of 3fi awards. Winners were: Novice women's balance team: Linda Colwell, Coleman, Sandra Christou, Lcthbridge and Dianne Janisewski of Pin- cher. Novice1, women uneven bars: J'atti Kundert of Blair mnri1 and Marianne 1. fish man and Cindy Jackson holh of Lelhbridge. Novice women's vaulting: Sandra Chrislou of LclhbritlRc; Margaret McDonald of Cole- man and Marianne Leishrnaa of Lethbridpc. Novice women's trampoline: Palli KiuicU'il of Blainn o j c, Shirley Y Margaret man. Novice lill of Pincher and McDonald of Cole- women's mat tum- bling: Margaret McDonald and Patti Kunrlort, Jan Logan of Lcthbridge. women's tree exer- cise: iMnrgnreL McDonald and Linda Cohvcll of Coleman and Laura-Lee Toney of J'uicher. Novice men's still Paul Morgan. Phillip Chrislou and bridge. TADEIl (IIXS1 MmistiT o[ i Wednesday a survey loam Transport cruw.s will lie in Ta- j will .stake out Ihe proposed nm- Bmu'licn, all of Lclh- r men's slill rings: Cor- by Panklun-sl and Dave Bnins, both of Ihc city. Novice men's horizontal bars: i Phillip Chrislou, Greg Houghcn TABKIl (ilNS) government participation in the costs involved in the rcbabilila- lion of irrigation systems will he discussed at a public meet- April 5, at the Tabor commu- nity ct-nlre. Hon. IL A. Bud Olson, minis- ter of agricullure and MP for Medicine Hat (includ i n e, T.iben constituency, will repre- sent the federal government. The meeting announced at Tabcr Irrigation District's annual ineeling of users this by Jake Tliicsscn, of SMJUD, and ;is the result of concerns fell by that irrigation district over rehabUi- tallun ftsi.s. Ihe TiLbar water users ex- pressed ihe .same concern. Dint the federal government should contribute Unvard rehabilitat- ing oihcr than major stfucluius as i.s the current policy. TID's hoard of directors re- ported lo the -10 present at Ihu meeting, on a rebuilding pro- rntn coaling ?6 millioti and which would lake GO years lo accomplish aL the present spending rate of per year of which the district pro- vides 14 per cent and the pro- vincial government the balance. meeting learned thai the allocation this year, based on water rate revenues, could in- crease to and to make local funds available for in- creased vork. ratified nn in- crease in water rates from S3 lo S3.2r> per acre on Hie and repairs to spillways, chutes, lakcshores (SHOO.000j. The district's financial report showed capital improvements over Ihe past '10 years at OOd, of which wa.s spent dining roeenl yours, ditures amounlwl to S11S.OOO. I costs. iier [or pur- In I 12 per c'uil fnr urlmlnl.s- tratidn of Ihu (iislr'Jcl, 12 per llu1 vuar'.s opd'almf" cent for cost slateinem, wain- rale revenu.-H fund, ar.'l Hie jiei- bill- accounlwl tor :KI per cent of Ihc ance fur the of total revenue l tciuiumenl of the revenue vent for aster vacation: TABKJl (UXSi Under a modified school year adopted on a one.- year trial basis, sln- denls in Tahcr division schools tu a sliorl three- vac fit ion Ihis year. 50 cam psites Other modified gin: lust 1 l a closed Thursday af- ycro to re open y morning, April 5. return to the class- for a one-chiy i haracleristics of tlic -s- hool year, he- Aug. JO, are: slandard inslrliclional GO .CM acres under water in the district. The additional hinds would al- low the doubling of last year's expenditures if govern m e n L funds and. construction lime is available. IL was noted that only four or five weeks in spring and fall months f water nms from May 10 Lo Oct. 20) for construclion work Lo be done Ihe eight to 10 weeks being a limiting fac- tor iti Hie amount of work pos- sible in each season. ber mid %vor-k lo do prelimin- ary work relative lo the pro- posed municipal airport (or which application hus been fil- ed by the of Tnber. snubbed at Tabcr TABER (IINS) No poten- tial nurchnsers presented them- selves at a recent auction sale of tax recovery property offer- ed hy the town of Tabor. Nine unredeemed parcels, on which council established minimum bids, were offered lor sale. HcgisteiTrl notices, as requir- ed by the Tax Itecovcry Aet, 1970, have Vieen forwarded lo Ihe tlefmilsinr; ounc-rs. way location on department, of lands and foresls grazing lease .and comprising the north half of section 13, township 10, range 17 located north of the Oldman River on the old Vaux- liall roatl in. I ho provincial park. The following day, lest drill- ing will be undertaken by a special rig being brought, in. From data obtained from soil samples, engineers at Iho MOT Edmonton office will determine construction foulurw in making up a cost feasibility report. A sitn located south of the previously proposed, was found to inadequate in length for a suitable municipal land- ing field. The, new location now recommended is capable of ex- pansion of runway length should occasion require for future de- mands. Advice of Ihe arrival of ercws was given town officials by Don firownridgc of Ihe Edmonton office of MOT. aber T and Paul Morgan of the city men's Jiorizonttil bnr.s: Corhy and Dave Bains of the city. Novice men's vaulting: Greg Boughc-n, Phillip Christou and Paul Morgan of l.ethbridge. Junior men's vaulting: Corhy Pankhurst. Dave Bains and Malcolm Lowings of the city. Novice mtvi's paraJlc] bars: Phillip Chrislou, Greg Boughen, Paul Morgan. Junior men's parallel bars: Corby Pankhurst, Dave Bains and Malcolm Lowings. Novice men's pommel horse: Phillip Chrislou, Greg Boughcn and Blair Ruff of Lolhbridge. Junior men's pommel horse: Corhy Pankhursl, Mnlc o I m Lo wings and Dave Rains. Novice men's trampol i n e: Gerry Wright. Gary Wood and Frank Koch of Ihc city. Novice men's free exercise: Greg Boughcn, Phillip Chrislou atul Paul Morgan. (S3 half of tlic Junior men's free exercise: 07 miles of canal system lining Corby Pankhursl, Male o 1 m at S50fQOG com- Louings and Dave Bains. plelion of deep lilc and open eo. to be added nl Moyic Lake NATAL (HNS) Further de- velopment of recreational fa- cilities at Moyio and Norbnry Lakes will he included in work of Ihc B.C. parks branch this year. Lloyd Brooks, acting dcpnlv minister of parks, has advised the board of the Regional Dis- trict of East Kootenuy, fin an- swer lo a number of requests for more parks facilities at Movie that development is planned Ihis summer. day of ,Tio minulc-S in elemen- lary grades and 320 minutes in junior and senior high schools, (2) a school year of 199 days, or are clcvnlcd lo classroom instruction and eight days for teacher planning or professional development adiv- ilies, including two days at the year-end for completing re- school dismissal on -Tune If- except pradp 12 stud en Us '.vlu> look depart menial during I he last week in Janu- ary and who will v-ritc apain during Die wetk of June 12 1 Ihmiigh The 1971-72 school year v ill he cvalualed hy the board Tin- centralization and rc- poritiliA'ilioi] of irrigalion ser- vices will not affect the Taher District, according to n ivport to tho meeting by A. Fungor of the dtpnrlinenL of I'ljL'iic'ollnj e, Lethbudfje. A recommendation that TID fish ;md 'ld- life in main' :iin- ing rcfu'.-c. arc.'js wildlife No action vas taken. tv'ilh K. I'rancu- TKLIUCC! chnirrnnii of Ihc luevliu-j vliit'h tnnvencd for two hours. TfD hoard di airman is Norm an .S. Anderson, and district nirmager is Kcnneih IV Anderson. i 'Ihe report shov.ed Jir.'I k'-rt uf riler flis- over of Ihe acres uncli'T watrr for an aveinge of rnoi c- tlian 20 tlie nine inche? of rainfall rocoued dur- ing the grov.-ing season. In annunl elections. P. W. (Bill! Kii'kvold returtied to the board by acclamation for a three year term, representing the Bnrnv.ell CraLiforci elec- toral divifion. Other directors arc D. ilc-ti. Kcitli I-'rancis, and Al Macbatek, alonp with board chairman [onnulafion of plans for [lie fol- Fifty campsites be leachcr advisory committee for built at Movie, willi Ihe o'.licr canipsiEes upprarled. Kenneth Kicrnan, minister "f recreation and conservation, answered the board's question, sent to him after its last meet- on ing, as lo how much been TAUKH (II.VS) Tobcr ro- wmk end, Mav 20, 21 and 22, prcpandions arc now in full K promises lo IIP tops in tors. Bill Holt will do tlic a nouncing for public interest. underway to the horse barns and rear- rangement of entrance and exit iniproranenls are i pates to convenience traffic af improvements the grounds. Go lo a nearby H R BLOCK office far a real picker-uppor. Competent COMPLETE lax preparen will torn- plclc your rolum prompl- ly and accurately. Yau'fl smifc ct Iho fow H R BLOCK-A goad place lo placa your eon- fidoncc. I------ CUABANIlf__________________ We EuaMnlec accurate prcparaliGn of every tax return. II we make- any errors Inat cosl you any penally or in. tergal, wfi will pay only thai penalty or Interest, Canada'] Largeil Tax Service Wjlh Over 6000 Olffcei In Horih Amerfci 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Weekdays, 9-5 Salurdny Phone 327-3712 NO APPOINTMENT MECESSARYa early season entertainment for and oldsters. Saturday. May 21, Taber Eight horse fanciers will (ire- sent the annual registered quar- ter tioi'-Sc show, approved na- tionally and provincially. The show is expanded this year lo improve classification. A prominent horseman has been eiitfaned lo judge the ex- hibits. Saturday evening, Taber Ki- wanis Club cooperates with the rodeo association in staging Ihe sucond inmual ca- _v clay rode o which commences Sunday af (eniooM. II will also fealnre pony rhariol and chuckwapon races and fl kids' wild pony race Team roping will be demon- strated to obtain crowd reac- tion. This event is becoming more popolar anrl may be in- cluded as a regular event in Tahcr in Ihc future. 'r0 (hi Northland Shows be al Ihc rodeo grounds for Die tin it but not control if C'OALDALIC (IINS) !W cent of is by Hie town is retained. ''The remaining goes lo pay education, hospital and health We pivo it but do A. F. payers attending (he animal meeting. Coiilrlale had a surplus ot Ofi2 liisl H somewhat j Uian expected because a rofniisil.iw from the Municipal Iftwpilal Ilislrk-l ovcccrtwl con.sideiably arnmml bnd- gclcd for. Tlic (own now has an overall accrued surplus of The mill rale for 1071 70 while for the currcnl >ear it i.s Only i just a dormjlrtry town) we evied have to Rive more variety di- versification." Lam! has been acquired by Ihe town for a Irailer site. Much lime and ninny hours in deliberations have -cen spent by I lie town council on ninfi particularly pertaining to new" subdivisions. The aim is lo a Neighborhood 0110 of days, ami Imolhs uill average homeouTiCr SJ.O.ld .issossmonl this fill Hie needs land .stomachs) ot tlic hungry. Rotfco parade will he held at If a.m. Monday, Ihc Victoria Day holiday, and up lo Ld.nfW people are rxpcHcd, weallicr man prnmisinc I" Tho pararlr, nmler the join I di- rrc'linn of Ihe Tnher Hnsiiirss- men's Assivifilion and I h r chamber of commerce, will marsball on Avc. we.s! of yiic ,own IKK! to nnder- .sr-veral major projects. Those- arc costly. Completed in 1071 was a raw slnragn. .vewrr d SOth and parade routing be announced, Monday afternoon the mnin rodeo show, complete grand entry, of the rodeo queen, and a complete. run-off of with recogni- tion ol the successful pn nn by water Just rnmplelcd is Ihr i lier> liifler way i1- i-opslnit the tjn the clear well s'l.rago facilities. Costs are estimalwl Construction of the Sportsplcx swimming pool will commence shortly. "The pool is a Ihc mayor staled, "but we as coun- cil feel to ninko Conldalc a bcL- i.e-r placfi to livfl ftnora than It was also noted thai unless Spenv jn the last year on parks additional woi'k can be accoim- iI3 tins area, plished each year, depreciation i Kiernan reported that of the system and inflation might more than offset the im- provements made. The rehabilitation pro pram here is based on IDCQ studies made by the PFRA which indi- cated that half of the miles of lateral requires lining at wa.s spent, mainly for work at For L .Steele. Was a. Mount Fcrnie, Diy Gulch and Yahk. TOWN of CARDSTON GARBAGE COLLECTION BIDS The Town of Carchton will accept bids for the purchase of the Town Garbage equip in en I, cind For I he co 11 eel ion of the garbage. Bids lo be in the hands of the Municipal Sncre- lary, K. D. Bovans by the 18rh day of April, 1972. In selling the mill vale and Ihe hud gc I for council r-penl considerable time. preliminary Inidpel u as pared alxjul or to B-5 from 100 mills. C'oaldalc's dehl is limited lo water and1 sewer projects. one exception. The town has a Sis.000 Lcrim loan tor the Spoitsplex. Mayor Blakie said: "There i.s no disgrace to be in dc-bl. 11 is rlone liy (lie individual and liy higlier levels of governmrnl.'' It is Ilie intent of council as soon as borrowing power per- after some water and few- rr dolionlures are paid In har- row nn by debenture for tltc Spovlsplev alvml a l.brec-mill to rcpav I towi> will l-.e reimbiif-rrl per cent of I he la br.r s in constnu'lion of the Clearwell facililie.s bping built Ihronph tlie local initiatives ptogram of Ihe federal government. Council meetings are lo the public. Council members mav he convicted by phone if citizens have a nuttier tiny wish lo discuss, l he. ma> Our Corsair Knits Are Casually Elegant nnd olncL Hishnflivrly llylpH willl C'ossir, K k -in-bplicily of line. Tailored o[ wool worsted, polyeitnr 011107- ly nnd eminently pnckablo from fhe Man's World af BLACK S. LETHBRIDGE'S FINEST FASHION STORf TOR MEN! ON FOURTH AVfNUE SOUTH ;