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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta POOL PROGRESSES The new swimming poot being built in west Bloirmore is making good progress this month despile TnclemenI Cement found- ation work for the dressing and shower rooms has been done. Work are now preparing the forms for pouring the walls and floor of the farge pool. It is expected the pool will be complete and in operation by early summer, Decoux Photo Rapid rise in figures Booming building year Gym controversy could be cleared CARDSTON (HNS) The Canlston Chamber of Com- merce has been reorganized to urge the school board to recon- sider plans for the high school gymnasium. Dennis Burl is (lie new pres- ident. The first business of the new organization was lo call a pub- lic meeting for Tuesday, April 18, at 8 p.m. in the E. .1. Wood High School auditorium. The meeting will deal with the controversy in the town and Cardslon MD concerning the size of the gymnasium to TABER (HNS) A boom- Ing building year is in sight for Tabcr if present construc- tion approvals continue through the 12-month period. During March the town is- sued permits for 1G building projects valued at bringing the three-month to- MD grants expected to climb TABER (HNS) With no f i r in information regarding the 1972 municipal assistance grant, the Taber MD council will budget (or the same fig- ure as was received last year, though the overall provincial grant is reporled up 10 per cent. Reporting from the spring convention of MDs and coun- ties hclci recently at Edmonton, a committee headed by Reeve Clarence M. Jcspersen fold (he council indications are the MD grants will be up about live per cent out of the total provincial increase. Beaver Mines Wl withdraws from AW I PINCI-IER CREEK (Special) The Women's Institute of Beaver Mines has announced it will withdraw from the Alber ta Women's Tnstilute and its affiliations. The Heaver Mines institute was honored in 1968 by being asked to host the district con ference. June 5, 1970, marked tlie 50tl) anniversary of the Beaver Mines The women com- piled a history of the institute to commemorate its golden an- niversary. Requests for the history were received from libraries, mu- seums and archives across Canada. tal to as compared with for the same pe- riod last year. The municipal planning commission approved t w o projects for a total of with other development pro- jects in Ihe offing. March permits included a bulk oil plant for Texaco Canada Ltd. in the Industrial Park and a building addition for MiUiken Farm Supplies also in the park for Other permits were for six residential improve ments and two residential garages. Permits approved by the crjinmission included a 555 addition to St. Mary's Separate elementary school. The planning commission Treasurer's post created COALDALE (HNS) Town council recently made some decisions directly affecting of- fice procedures. The functions of the secre- tary and treasurer should he separated, it was decided. Herb Fletcher was appointed secretary. He had been the sec- retary-treasurer. Mrs. Rae Yitmasaki is now treasurer. Her old title was sec- retary-treasurer. Mrs. Yamasaki also was as- signed to be office work co- ordinator and have cheque signing authority. Mayor A. F, Blakie also signs all cheques issvied. Meet teachers PINCHER CREEK (Special) Foster parents will meet in the Pinchcr Creek MD Build- ing at p.m. Monday, April 17. A. R. Boettcher, foster home program supervisor, will speak and a film pertaining lo the foster home program will be shown. Mr. floe t tclier will present awards to seven foster parents who have reached five years' service. Foster parents, families in- terested in caring for foster children, and all interested per- sons arc welcome. OPEN TONIGHT does his own NCOME Irs easy lo spoJ Ilia man fates his return fo H R BLOCK, He's smiling, happy and jceurrr. Smart taxpapors from coait-lo-coasf know tna value of qualified lax as- sistance. I _ _ We guarantee accurate preparation of every iven the opportunity to give inancial support to the move- ment. Uniform parley PINCHEU CREEK (Special) District No. 1 of Region 12 if TJnifarm will hold Hs annual meeting in the Anglican Hall, Tuesday, April 18, with regis- ration at p.m. W. Nicol will speak on the machinery act. All Unifarm members and interested per- sons are welcome to attend. KKKKKKKKKK IS OUR CONCERN SO KOME TO THE BIG LAUNDERETTE Where Kwalify Kleaning Is Your Satisfaction FREE SOAP WHEN ATTENDED a.m. to p.m. Monday thru Friday FREE PARKING 1263 Avo. S. Phono 328-8914 Monday, April 17, 1972 TH! LETHBRIDOI KERAIB 3 EASTER BONNET WINNERS Roberla Rees, left, Cheryl Markosky, principal Eric Price and Irene Rojek of ttie Crowsnesl Pass Consolidated High School smile happily after being presented with gifts for winning the school Easfer bonnet contest. The event was sponsored by the Grade 9 Sludenl newspaper Inspiration. Winning girls re- ceived free passes to o school dance while Mr. Price, entered in the teacher's competition, received the Easter bunny he is holding. Decoux Photo Bake sale held BELLIiVUE (C N P Bureau) The Bellecrcst Senior Cit- izen's Association held a suc- cessful hake sale in Lane's Barber Shop, Proceeds will be used for tlic summer bus trip. Cancer drive starts Sunday COUTTS (HNS) The drive for funds for the Canadian Can- cer Society will get under in the Milk River and Coutis districts Sunday, April Hi. Mrs. Alice Cody of Milk Diver is in charge of the can- vass for the Milk River area and Mrs. Alice Hacke of Coutts will canvass in the Coutts area. Donations may be Bent to Box in Coutis. You can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere Distilled, Blended and Bottled in Scoilnnd by White Horse Distillers Ltd, Scotland If- "f vw Ro-Neef: best control in su The best waylo get sure control of most grass and broacileaf weeds is to mix Ro-Meet herbicide in the soil before planting. Or inject Ro-Neet at planting time. With Ro-Neet right in the weed germinat- ing destroy weeds as they sprout. You don't gamble on rain or have to irrigate to make your herbicide work. Rain or shine, Ro-Neet works all the time. Liquid Ro-Neet7.2Eiseasytoapplyand controisnutgrass, nightshade, barnyardgrass, wild oats, redroot pig- weed, lambsquarlers, foxtails and many other weeds. Thinning and blocking cost less, are easier and more accurate, including electro-mechanical thinning. For bigger yields of sugar beets, get Ro-Neet now. Stauffer Chemical Company of Canada, Ltd., Montreal and Vancouver. Distributed in Canada by: Chipman Chemicals Limited Beloeil, P.O., Hamilton, Winnipeg Ro-Neet from ;