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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta CONCERT COMING The JO'J member Picture Ilutto High School Hand, under tbe balon of Ross will perform !ls annual spring con- cert at Picture Unite June It. The hand is "14 mouths old nntl Improving with every practice. Performance is held over at Foremost FOREMOST (Special) DUG lo an unprecedented d maud for tickets, Finian Rainbow has been held over fo a further performance al For most Community TIall. The extra performance b Foremost Theatrical Soclet wil] be on Monday, April 17, p.m. Well before opening nighL seats were sold out and tl cast decided to add a furthe performance. Reserved ticke are available from S u z a n n Curran, 8G7-3780, or throug members of Ihe cast. If Iher are any tickets left they wi sold at the door at norm prices. The show has a strong ca of almost 50 headed by B Buttenvick as Finian and D nise Larson as Sharon, h daughter. District doings Women meet IRON SPRINGS (ilNS) lie Iron Springs United hurch Women met recently at ic home of Mrs. T. C. Noble. The worship service and pro- rani were conducted by the resident, Mrs. J. E. Jorgen- ;n. Monthly reports were litteii. ft was decided to pur- base more kitchen ulensils [or lie church and to make posters or the UCAIR Rally to bo lield Lelhbridgc this month. The t meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. W. Yalowega Board praised COALDALE (HNS) Leth iridge county southorn re- gional recreation board and its director, W. D. Gelclerl, were praised recently by the south- ern Alberta Recreational Coim cil for service in promoting various recreation endeavors in Ihe south Alberta area. At a meeting of the southern Alberta recreation administra tors Miss Bonnie Porter, rec reation director for the s nest Pass, moved a vote o thanks to the board and Mr Geldcrt for "outstanding ser vice." First aid tests C QUITS (HNS) Th Coutls Girl Guides and Buy Scouls completed a course in St. Johns Ambulance First Aid. ISvorctt Kurd gave the In- structions and Glen llackc as- sisted in the testing. Group rates COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldalc Sportsplex manage- ment committee has set up group rates for rentals of the facilities. They are community non- commercial; community com- mercial; n o n-community non- comi.j Tcial; and non-commu- nity commercial. Friday, April 14, mil THE UTHBRIDGC HERALD 'J, WARNER (HNS) Warner itificial Ice Lap-A-Thon will ct under way at 10 a.m. Sal- with Mayor Jack Ash- norc as one of the first partici- ants. The response (o this fund- aiscr has been good, but here's room for more partici- lalion. Jack will be ar- iving (o take part in the mor- ling's festivities. Trackslers Bernice Thomp- son, Ann Bolokoski ara! Dot I'itlman will represent the Warner Order of [he Royal Christopher Krysak, three, is anxiously awaiting his turn. Another added highlight will be at p.m. when Ihe Milk River Kinsmen arrive. Two additional trophies have been added, for the buy or girl under 13 who: Runs the most laps; and raises the most mon- es >r i i XV i- i. 'S 922 5th Ave. North Phone 328-7366 OPENING SAL, APRIL 15 OPENING SPECIALS SHAMPOO SOT Regular OPERATORS Brenda McNeely 20.00 PERMS ..._ 7.00 12.00 17.00 Sheila Ito Big bin goes up at Fort Macleoci Grain elevator ready at Fort end of May FORT MACLEOD (Special) What will be the largest grain elevator in Fort Maclcod and the second largest in the province is under construction on 15th St, and 2nd Avc. here. The United Grain Growers' crew began constructing the building in November and ex- pects to have it completed by the end of May. The first of its kind In Al- berta, the elevator features twin legs, which allow for the unloading of grain trucks and the loading of boxcars at the same time. Dimensions arc 82 by 'SO feet. It will reach 111) (eet into the air, changing the town's sky- line. The elevator will have 42 grain bins and a capacity of bushels. ALBERTA ALL-RISK jjiiwjgvtRAGE OPTlOMJorTlI CHOICE OF INSURED VALUES for most crops. LEVELS DF COVERAGE now at 60% and 70% ef the long-term average for wheat, oats and barley, giving a wider choice of protection at low cost. NEW COVERAGE Farmers who do not claim become eligible for a Coverage "Bonus" that can build up to. in addition to "good experience" discounts. -------LOW You buy Alberta All-Risk Crop Insurance BELOW COST because i 1. OnR-quarler of the premium cost is paid by the government. 2. No administration costs are charged lo the policyliolder, 5. Discounts allowed for cash, good experience and size, A, Your premium is deductible from income tax. 1. All-Risk Crop Insurance protects your investment against all unavoid- able causes of loss: DROUGHT, EXCESS MOISTURE, FROST, SNOW, INSECTS, PLANT DISEASE, WIND, WILDLIFE HAIL. 2. Coverage from seeding time until crop is harvested, 3. Losses are paid on individual crops. j A. Quality as well as quantity is considered in event ol loss. 5. Crop insurance assures a GUARANTEED PAY-DAY. j -------POINTS TO REMEMBER------- 1. Election of Coverage and Insured Value forms must be filed by April 30th. 2. Insurable crops are Wheat, Oats, Barley, Rapeseed and Flax. DEADLINE FOR NEW APPLICATIONS IS APRIL 30TH AlBERTA HAIL AND CROP INSURANCE CORPORATION IW FIRST STREET S.W., CALGARY 3, ALBERTA The cement piling riven 30 feet into the ground he first 20 feet above groun evel was constructed from tu eights with the next 25 fei nade of two by sixes and th emainder of two by fours. It will be equipped with a 5C on scale and a 10 by 50 pla orro. There will be a 204on h raulic hoist for unloading It rucks. A cleaner will also uistalled. The office was constructed he yards at Calgary. It has vailing room, an office and ull-sized basement above ground level. The baseme louses all the controls. Herman Wimmcr. f o r enw las moved his family and the mobile home to lown for t iroject. Six regular crew met >ers also came from Calgary. extra 13 men were bircd locally. There are 370 In UGG elevators in the province. The company bas two other jrain elevators in Their 'ale is as yet undetermined but t is expected they will be dc molished. The company also has two homes, one occupied by the ele- vator manager and the other by a repair foreman. Harvey Holte wilt manage the new building. He and his wife moved here from Hanna recently. TAHEM. (IINS) Six conies- nts are in prospect for the bcr rodeo queen contest lich will culminate at a owning ceremony at the to- o grounds Monday, May 22. Committee chairman Mark rcli told the rodeo committee at inquiries have been made both St. Mary's and W. 11. yer.s High School stinlcnts .-is- olations, the Key and Kcyclte ibs. Taber Kinsmen, Tabor u! Club and the Moose Judging will be on a point slcm, with 50 points going for rsemanship (she's a rodeo uccn) to be judged at the av 20 horse slum, 20 points r ticket sales, anil 15 each foi rsonalily and deportment. Sponsors of each participant ill pay an entry fee of the competition. Vice-chairman Dr. Jim Clu'p- an reported that entries in e registered quarter horse low indicate that for the me il will be rated as Class A Inch requires a minimum of i entries. For the SI.000 bar of gold tickets are oti sale by the sponsors. Yabcr ICIks Lodge. Saturday evening's cabaret and dance is bi-ing handled bv the Club, with games entertainment taken over by the Moose Lodge. Tiie committee v.'as advised by concessions chairman Gor- don liall thnt one concession brtolh is still available tin ei (her a (lal rate nr percentage basis. fSroiuifls committee reported s jn U 01 mod- ifications lo the barns svherc tie stalls ;irc being replaced with box stalls. Other grounds K a en- cral painting program, im- provcments-in traffic flow bv 1 cnlrnnrr? and exit g n I mi] i unu I 11 the conce ion b nil No date yet COAI.DALK rHXSl An of- ficial opening ceremonv for the n i p line si tun i-. b mi, ir- i meed I It t, police c tnnus sion and town council Date has not been set vet. SOON THESE STRAWBERRIES WILL BE RIPE Yes, r Tmburski recentl found in bloom and Peter Tymburski recently found in bloom green ones on the vines while doing some spring raking in his strawberry palch in the garden al Cooldale. Remove large boiler valve rena lo be extended FORT MACLEOD be completed by that time. The addition now ur.der way is expected to be in use by early Leo Bourassa, .Jr., rccre- ntion director for the Town o[ Fort Macleod has been helping Lawrence Edgar, local con- tractor, remove a large valve from tlic boiler in the. arena. AM equipment for Ibc ice and filtration plants for the rink and swimming poo! is being re- moved for renovaticrjs The west wall of the arena will be moved out 20 feet and new dressing rooms will be added. The new addition will extend Uie building by eight feet. There will be two dressing rooms for swimmers and four regular hockey player dressing rooms. One wilt be used by lawn bowlers. Hie improvements to the sports complex continue the project started in 1967. The 1974 Summer Games will be held here and the complex HIGH PAYING OPPORTUNITIES Trafn to be a LEARN TO BUY CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP We prefer lo men with livestock experience. For local Interview, write age, phone, address 2nd back- ground lo: NATIONAL HEAT PACKERS THAWING Box 715 Donver, 602flf ATTN: Dept Kootemiy assessment: increases CRANBROOK (Speci all- Regional District of East Koo- lenay assessment, on which its mill rale will he determined, totals tip nearly million over 1971, when a mill returned approximately Expanding economy, particu- larly in the seven electoral areas separating municipal- ities, accounts for most of the surge. The big .jump was in Elk Valley in Electoral area A. where Fording Coal Ltd. went into production recently. Its as- sessment, exclusive of. Elkford village, rose from just over million lo million in 1972. The seven electoral areas, which pay no municipal tax but are taxed hy the provincial government for the TiDEK se-- vices, and schools and hospi- tals, account for over mil- lion of the whole assessment, substantially more than the combined six municipalities1 lotal of (58 million, though they increased by about ?fl million. With the mill return up the rate of taxation is bound to low- er, even though RDEK budget Is also up. MALT LIQUOR BREWING COMPANY LIMITED These are the extras discover even lime you open a bottle of O'Kcofc's Extra Old brewed much longer and nqcd to full maturuy to bring you extra strengih and unmatched L11IJU VUH I