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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ttwrvfey, April THf UTMMOCt HttALD 3 Equalized Assessment Cut TABER (HNS) The WTO equalized assessment on which school taA hospital requisitions are to be paid by tte Taber MD amounts to n re- duction of from the 1969 assessment. The MD's live assessment on which taxes are collected is within one-tenth of oae per cent of the equalized assessment, be- ing about and subject to change at the court of revi EJOO set May 27, 23 and 29. Food Fair Features fwirlers The live assessment is up somewhat this year by the in- clusion for the first time, crown under grazing leases and permits.' The good word p[ "no requlsi- was received at a recent meeting of the municipal coun- cil from the Lethbridge Auxil- iary Hospital District, along with advice that the hospital's operating deficit for 1963 and 196S.would be cleared against the district's Kcumu- Uted reserves. The court at revision nounced for the last three busi ness days of May will hear ap- peals against adopted and new assessments'in the district, the outcome of which may influ- ence the total live assessment IRON SPRINGS (HNS) The annual food fair has ben ccbeduVed for the HunlsviUe School oo Friday, April 17, at p.m. and will feature the na- tional foods of- many lands. A program will also be pres- ented and will feature a baton twirling 'group under the direc- tion of Mrs. J. Vanden Broeke, by the music classes under the direction of Mrs. J. 1 andWte Springs Cubs.! by Iron Investors Syndkotc Ltd. Appointment Oldman River Monitoring Station Set TABER (HNS) By signin an.agreement with the depar ment of public works of Alber la, the Taber MD council ini tiatad program of quality con- trol of tbe waters in the Old man River. The agreement covered Ihe lease of some 23.acres of land north of Fincastle along the south, bank of tbe 'river, on which the department will erect monitoring facilities to measure flow and quality of the river water. Considerable attention to wa- ter pollution.and its prevention has been given by department cf health officials, municipali- tkc, and' Industrie! dispos- ing waste into tbe river. Tbe new monitoring staikm ill record water qualities indi- cating the presence of wastes which use'up free oxygen in the Trout Take To Water MAGRATH (HNS) Trout fingerlings are adapting >U right to the alkaline water of Tyrrell's Lake. Sample fish were taken from the lake Tuesday. Two wire mc-sh crates'were CHAZY HATS The latest stylet in hots ore modelled by Andrews High School students, left to righl, Alan Hoyono, Bryan Drewry and Mory Slemko, all of Coaldale. They won the recent crazy hat contest at the school. Wight Photos Bands Perform Friday TABER (HNS) A Joint concert at the Vauxhall High School Friday evening, April 17, will see the W. R. Myers High river, and will provide a cpo- tumous basis .for maintaining pressure on contributors to pol- lution. i .Okay Gravel TABER (HNS) Paving of the two mile access road from' Bighway 3 to the Taber Pro- vincial Park on the, 01 d man River came a step closer re- eenlly; when the Taber MD council authorized (be use of gravel for. paving the road. The road to'be paved is the former Vauxhall road, for. access to north of the Oldman prior to the building of Highway 36 two miles to the east' The Park access road was in- eroded in a five-year' program. Signals are not all "go" for the work. However, chances are good the work will be done this School Symphonic Band and its mixed chorus from Taber parti- dotting -with the ,Vauxhall school chorus and its three bands. Tbe program's concluding numbers will be presented by Vauxhall Viking band and the Taber school's Symphonic band. The three numbers played by the 150 players will be conduct- ed-try Miss.Ci Ann Walker arc N. MiHon Iverson of Taber, and bandmaster Robert W: Dick of rauxhaU. W. A. MU WHITE JoKn Gogo. Monoger of Ltrhbridge is pleased ID an- nouncft rhe_ appointment of Bill White as a" representative of the Company. Mr.; Wmre- to his new. position an extmilyi background in sales and service octivitief., Ht will offer .Investors financial services in serving 1he neerfs of -the people in the Crowsnest area. of Inveslon Syndicate offer a variety of per- investment plans which in- clude investors. Syndicate ttd., Investon Mutual' of Canada, Investors Growth Fund, Inves- International Mutual Fund, Provident Mutual Fund, Provident Stock Fund, Investors Group Trust Company, and the .services 'of Montreal Trust Company. Bill WMte Is the owner-mana- ger of Bllr White Insurance of Blqlrmore, Alberta. HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATOR 1 Applications are invited for position of Administrator of thh 61-bed, combined active treatment, and auxiliary hospital, located in .Southern Alberto, near Wbferton and Glacier Parks. This busy institvtion will provide many "challenging Duties responsibilities to the Board of Trustees for the day-to- day operation. Final accountTng procedures, and personnel manage- ment Applicants (hould be experienced and a recognized certificate in hospital administration. Apply not later than AprrI 22, 1970, giving a complete resume and Indicate anticipated salary R. C. W1UIAMS, Administrator Canteen Municipal HoipHal P.O. Bex 310, Cardtton, Alberta Sunday School Teachers Meet BOW ISLAND The Evin- ;dical Free Church of. Bow 1s- and was a beehive of activity recently when 100 Sunday School teachers from Alberta and Saskatchewan gathered for Sunday School worker's re- treat It was sporswed jointly by he board of Christian 'educa- tion of the Evangelical Free Church .of Canada; and Scrip- ure Press Foundation. Visiting eacheri were billeted. .'Alex- Fisher, of Thornhlll, OnL; vice'- preekjent of Steel Company of Canada, workshops were conducted, by Mr. and Mrs. Floyd regional 'representatives 'or Scripiure Press, Mf. and Mrs. Ray Groff, teachers' from Mountain View Bible Col- lege, Kdsbury, and district su- perintendent, Rev. James West- man of Calgary. Million Fire Loss In Taber MD .TABER (HNS) Fire losses during 1969 in the area encom- passed by the, Municipal Dis- trict of Taber amounted to 039 according to a report re- ceived from tlje Fire Commis- sioner's Office by the T a b e r MD 'administration office. For- ty.eight fires were covered. Eleven'fires in Taber chalked up losses of major of which the community- rec- reation complex. In the MD, there were 22 fires with loses of In Vaux- hall six Tires for toss, one in Grassy Lake for J267 and vehicles and trailers on the highway system counted eight Jrreses for property damage. Busy Bees Meet TRON, SPRINGS (HNS) The Lethbridge Northern Busy tion. COALDALE The Barons Eureka Health- Unit is sponsoring the following infant and preschool dimes: ENCHANT: Tuesday, April 11, in the school from 1 to S p.m. TABER: Tuesday, April H, in the Health Unit Office, in the Administration from 10 a.m." to 12 noon ana to 4 p.m. TURIN: Tuesday, April 21, in the school from .to p.m. NOBLEFORD: Wednesday, April 22, in the school from to p.m.- V.AUXHALL: Wednesday, April School from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to J p.nu V COALDALE: Thursday, April 23, in the Hearth Unit Office (upstairs-.in the Town1 Office irrom 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m.. TABER: Thursday, April 23, in the Health Unit Office in tbe Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. BARONS: Friday, April Mj in. the school from to p.m.. Dr. G. R. C. officer of health, urges parrats to ensure their children -are fully protected against conta- gious disease. Fluoride tablets, or the prevention of tooth decay are available free of charge on a doctor's or dentist's ptescrip- lowercd a veek ago to see if the trout fingerlings grown in soft water could adapt to tbe alka- line lake water. The first big load of arrive by tanker truck to- day. It will take five trips to sup- ply the Hi million trout ordered. F. F. Balderson, president of Tyrrell's Lake Fisherman's As- sociation, says funds are avail- able for fingerlings. Contributions ace needed for the other fish. Seagulls are posing a threat to tbe young fish. Members are trying to frighten the protected birds away and hope the fish will go deep enough for their1 own protection. E. A. Scully, llli-13 'St. S., Lethbridge, is accepting dona tiow. IDS Mothers Sing Friday TABER (HNS) "Songs Twilight" is the theme of a con- cert scheduled for presentation by the Taber stake singing mothers at tbe LDS Stake Cen- tre at p.m. Friday, April 17. A special narration continuinj through UK program of muska numbers will set the atmos- for each presentation. CHOSEN QUEEN' MlM Lyu D. keoerfd fwei Jofcs Daughters e{ Blaimere, wat Bethel Al- keita at tke laterutmal Order ft Jeei Grul SeuiM