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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta April WO THI WTHMIDOI HIULB 3 iranbrook Building Permits Leap CRANBBOOK (Special) Building permit issue by the city lor the first quarter of the vear, usually rKuvbuikSnj sea- son, tally a record of with March's total of estimated value for 12 permits issued. A 24-rait apartment on North Second Street near Victoria Av- enue is estimated at be corsturcted and operated hy a resident construction com- pany. This with single housing permits bring to 54 the how- ing unit starts for the three month period of the year, third highest tally of any city in the province. For the corresponding pertnd of 1969 tally of estimate on per- mits was and hous- ing 29. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC 5th SI. S. Ph. 32MOM Metropolitan BIGGEST OR BEST? "You don't have to be biggest to be FIsrur for her piano solo in the seven years and under class, receiving pre-schooler Paul Bollard as he eyes Miss Susan Snell, 15, yvho the W. E. Smith Memorial Trophy from festival chairman Fairlie Spark, ihared with him top honors in speech arts at the recent Taber Jfiusic A third top soloist was Miss Judy Briltner of Foremost, winning a score of Festival They jointly received 87 marks and the Dr. Enman Merjoriol 89 and the Taber Choral Society Trophy. Joe Krigan is making the pres- Trophy and the Ellington Trophy. Top marks of 88 went lo Miss ftona enlotion, for right photo.__________________ -Ross Gibb Pholo Taber Golf Course J On Target A Colleaux TABER (HNS) "On Tar- get" is a two word progress re- port on Taber's new golf course now under construction immed- iately wtst of the community recreation centre also in satis- factory development. Taber Golf Club president Ronald A. CoBeaux says that the work is going forward ac- cording to schedule, and the anticipated 'cost is within fire budget of set up a year ago. He said that fairways and greens will be grass seeded this spring and summer, and club members ari> looking to- ward an official opening nexi spring. Mr. Colleaux would not prf- ject the hope that the coarje might be used late this fan te; cause of the under devebp- Tjient of the newly grassed aeas A progress report to the club members prepared by James Oshiro fied that the nine-bole grass green course rates a par the yands, rang- ing 170 to 570 yards per hole. Kol: One tee and hole Nine grass wiU be greens. during June, i Agreements sown on the the month of completed with the Town of Taber and Taber Irrigation District provide for a 2> year lease on the property are adjacent to the club I ,ind tvatcr rights to insure adc- house in the end of the corimunity centre, a location [hit is admirably placed for dnible duty for both golfers in simmer and curlers in winter nonlhs. Contouring of the 53 acres of' former farm land, provid- ing sand traps acA water haz- ards, was completed last fall. A water pumping station and underground mains were install- ed in 1969, and two weeks work remains to com.plefe the lines. Some 750 trees now on order mil be planted by a work force early in April, fairways will be seeded in May, and special Magrath Chamber Elects Boucher quite water to keep the course in shape. Maintenance arrarCe- ments are also in the books. The course was designed by town superintendent Bent Mad- sen, and acting as consultants fcr the plantings are Jack Le Beau of the Lethbridge Re- search Station and Regional Agriculturist John C. Calpas formerly of Taber. The new putting playground was intentionally located on (own property "within walking distance" to afford the pleasure of golf to all of the people of Taber, and during all hours of daylight. Tree During Debate A BLAIRMORE Bureau) Following a.long diej of de- bates during three sessions of the Alberta legislators related to prices and farm markets, a MAGRATII (HNS) A re- organizational meeting of the Magrath and Estrict Chamber of Commerce was held recently in the Lion's Hall. The Lions Club, which held its regular extended the courtesy of forgoing its bus- iness and program acd invited tin speaker of the evening Rob- ert MacGreogr, to their dinner, after which the chamber of corn- rr.erce elected a slate of offi- cers for the coming year. These were: Harold Boucher, president; John Moors, vice- president; C. W. Matkjrt, 2nd vice-president; Glen Leishman, secretary; and directors J. A Spencer, Glen Fletcher, Warren Sparks and George Fife: Others may be added to this ust later The speaker, Mr. MacGregor spoke on the while paper on taxation. There WM Bvely question period following the speech. The inclusion appeared to the tha Mr. Benson had made an ex tensive attempt to come up with a tax bringing in requiret Famous "f Outdoor fiSre with robber Ideal for rwmpii 4 colon only. MATERIAL ONLY I SO, YD. Revejstoke BUl'ipING MATflilAlS Cornvr itd and St. S. JJ7-5777. resolution hy Charles Dram, MLA for Pincher Creek-Crows-nest, and seconded by Roy Ells of Gurard, dealing with the serious situation facing Ihe lumber industry were unanimously' passed by the. Alberta fegisla-ure. The motion made sweeping recommendations In the Alberta [overnment regarding the de-erral of timer quotations cut-ing during the present marketing crisis. K also recommended that the Alberta government re-adjust timber dues and the removal of the 11 per cent sales :ax. Mr. Drain strengthened his debate by bringing in tree wntcn he unveiled uring his talk and stated the tree was one of the descendants of the Cedars of Lebannon that were used to 'build King Solomon's temple. During his talk Mr. D r a n received a note from one of the members of the house which Jlr. Drain read aloud. The nole advised that the cedar tree hac ;rown six inches during Mr. Drains talk. This comment almost brought the house distributing the burden more justly and plugging fte many and serious loopholes by which so many escape paying the taxes intended lor them. Accomplishing any one of the three conditions often inferferred with accomplishing the other two, this -being the case pa licularly with tax evasion, wtic will often merely take ne forms. Mr. McGregor stated that It is. enforce hit such eircu Mr. Bouc ing shortly iu'cs. NEW DA and Mrs. ily have n home, rec the Albert, Club Talent the servic members, auctioned work. A loca Coppieler. ure of the All mor will be u Mai RAYMOND (HNS) -Glen Marshal was awarded first place and the trophy in the instrumental class at the recent annual Raymond Lions Club Talent Night. He won for Hs guitar accompaniment and solo. Second place went lo Win Anne Trenker of CoutU for an accord! an solo. In the vocal solo section, Mel-eney Fortier, Kim Jensen anc Susan Dudley won honors. There was a single entry in 10 group singing, Martha Keel cr and Karancn Nielson. The sob dance i UCW Teal NEW DAYTON (HNS) r The United Church Women recently held a spring tea at the: home of Mrs. Otto Cronkhite with hos (esses Mrs. Joe Scroll, Mrs Alice Gorrill, Mrs. Don Duiica and Mrs. Bob Duncan. ery rich win actually pay ttle less while the middle in- ime bracket will b; nardes t. He advised Uat all interest people should have somethinf say and should say it, bu greed with Mr. Benson lha was not sufficient to say i did not like the act say hy and offer some suggestion, hat had been well thought out, r consideration. Mr. Hall Pculsen previously on the meeting for egional planning held recent- in Lethbridge. Other matters brought up in- luded support for" the Leth- ridge Cn amber of Commerce n the white paper and air ervice, support for the Ray- mond Chamber of Commerce have Kaymond and Magrath districts comprise one phone district, and obtaining erne form of public transporta- ion. As things stand now, a tourist arriving by air cannot easily visit most smaller com- rr.imities in Alberta, nor can elderly folks travel as they also not proper to m WISHING WELL SALE You Could Be One Of The Two Major Prize Winners Everyone's A MOVE INTO HOME What made Seagram's Five Star outsell all other brands of whisky in Canada? Your good taste! It's easy to understand why. Superb blend. Easy taste and easy to look at. Plus the Seagram name and quality. The proof? Trial's easy, too! The easy whisky. f-t, CANADIAN RYE WHISKY wards went lo Kiren Steven' son and Vickie Helgerson. Danna Galbraith and Bar- The attendance was the lowest since the lions introduced the iara Olsen won speech arts loners. 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