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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, April 17, 1972 TH! LFTHBRIDGE HERALD 3 POOL PROGRESSES The new swimming poot being builr in west Blairmore is making good progress (his month despile Inclemenl Cement found- ation work for the dressfng ond shower rooms has been done. Work ore now preparing (he forms for pouring the walls and floor of (he fargc pool. It is expected the pool will bo complete and in operalion by early summer. Vern Decoux Pliolo Gym controversy could be cleared CARDSTON (llfv'S) Tli c Canlstou Chamber of Com- merce lias been reorganized to urge the school board lo recon- sider plans for Hie high school gymnasium. Dennis Burl is (lie new pres- ident. The first business of the new was lo call a pub- lic meeting for Tuesday, April 18, nl 8 p.m. in the E. .1. Wood Hifih School auditorium. The meeting will den! with the controversy in the town and Cnrilston MD concerning the size of the gymnasium lo Rapid rise in figures Booming building year TABER (HNS) A boom- ing building year is in sight lor Taber if present construc- tion approvals continue through the 12-montli period. During March the town is- sued permits for 1G building projects valued at bringing the three-month to- MD gran Is expected to climb TABER (HNS) With no firm information regarding the 1972 municipal assistance grant, the Taber MD council will budget for the same fig- ure as was received last year, though the overall provincial grant is reporlcd up 10 per cent. Reporting from Ilio spring convention of MDs and conn- lies held recently at FMmotiton, a commitlce headed by Reeve Clarence M. Jcsperscn (old Ihe council indications are Ihe MD grants will be up about live per cent onl of the total provincial increase. Beaver Mines Wl willidi-aMs from AW I PINCHER CKKKK fSpecial! The Women's Inslitutc of Beaver Mines has announced it will withdraw from the Alber- ta Women's Institute and its affiliations. The Heaver Mines institute was honored in by being asked lo host Ihe district con- ference. June 5, 1970, marked the 50lh anniversary of tlie Beaver Mines The women com- piled a history of the institute to commemorate its golden an- niversary. Requests tor Ihe history were receiver! frotn 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 o projects for a total of with other development pro- jects in Ihe offing. March permits included a bulk oil plant for Texaco Cannrla Ltd. in Ihe Industrial Park and a building addition for Millikcn Farm Supplies also in the park tor Oilier permits were for six residential improve ments and two residential garages. Permits approved by the commission included a 555 addition to SI. Mary's Separate elementary school. The planning commission Treasurer's posl created COALDALE (HNS) Town council recently made some decisions directly affecting of- fice procedures. The functions of the secre- tary and treasurer should kin separated, it was decided. Herb Fletcher was appointed .secretary. He had been the sec- relary-lreasurer. Mrs. Rac Ymiinsaki is now treasurer. Her old title was sec- rctary-lreasurer. Mrs. Yamasaki also was as- signed to be office work co- ordinator and have cheque signing authority. Mayor A. F. Rlakie also signs all cheques issued. was concerned over Hie lack of proper development, draw- ings being supplied by local firms, and will in future re- quire a belle r class of devel- opment plans if permit appli- cations are to he considered. Results awaited TABKH (IINS) Three Ta- ber air cadets recently appear- ed before Ihe select inn hoard at Canadian Forces Base Pen- hold in anticipation of receiv- ing air cadet awards this sum- mer. Ken Zclcnka applied [or the senior leader's course, Fred Zelenka the technical training course, and Jim Gillcspie Ihe European exchange trip. Results will he known in May, Child Clinics be built in the new addition to Die school. A petition is now being cir- culated requesting the division board to provide a gymnasium sufficiently large to serve the needs of a school the size of the Ciinlston higli school. COALDALE The Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing t h e following infant and pre-school clinicsi ENCHANT Tuesday, April 18, in the school from 1 to 3 p.m. TAISKH Tuesday, April 18, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from HI a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m, COALDAI.K Tli u r s day. April 20, ill the Health Unit Office (uuslairs in the Town Offire Building I from 10 a.m. lo 12 noon and lo -1 p.m. TABER Thursday, April 20, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and lo 4 p.m. 1IAIIDIEVILU-: Friday. April 21, ill the school from to p.m. Fluoride lablels are avail- able at all clinics free of charge. Meet teachers PINCHER CREEK (Special! Foster parents will meet in the Pinclior Creek MD Build- ing al p.m. Monday, April 17. A. Tl. Bocltcher, foster home program supervisor, will speak and a film perlaining lo the foster home program will be shown. Mr. Docttclier 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 are welcome. OPEN TONIGHT INCOME [ft easy lo spa! the wlio man who taVes his return lo H 8. R DLOCK, He's smiling, happy and jocurn. Smart iaxpapors From coaiMa-coasr know tha Value of qualified lax lijlanco. his own I _ _ We guaranlee accurate preparation o4 every tax return. I If ws make any errors that cost you any penalty or in- 1 teresr, wo will pay only thai penally of interest. __ __________________CO. Canada i largcil Jmice Wilii Over Ollicei in Hortfi imerlci 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Woclalnys, 9-5 Saturday Phone 327-371? ii..u i. NO ArraiNTwrNT NECESSARY MARK ANNIVERSARY Mr. ond Mrs. George Dau of Blairmore marked their 50lh wedding anniversary re- cenlly. They were married al Frank in 1922. Mr. Dau, 70, was born Oct. 17, 1901 in Ih province of Hainaul, Belgium. He came to Canada in 1907. Mrs. Dou was born in the Province of teige, Belgium, April 27, 1899. The couple has two children, a daughler, Mrs. Cliff (Georg- ette) Guay of Monlmogny, Que., and a son. Bob in Vic- lorie, B.C., and seven grandchildren. Decision reversed at Taber TABlill (HNS) Tuber Businessmen's Association has reversed a decision reached asL year, and hss voted to re- quest a town hyhivv amcntl- uenl providing for closing of msincss places here on VLc- oria Day, Monday, Miiy '1'i. In 1971, shops remained open luriiip Ihn rodeo para tie holi- day and closed (.he following Monday in compensation. Many did nol follow suiL Taber planning Air Cadet week TABER fllNS) Air cadet week will be observed here by Taller Squadron 225 from April 16 through 22. On Sunday, a non-dcnomiua- .ional service will be conduct- ed aL Ihe cenotaph at 2 p.m. Monday a number of select- ed cadets will parLicipale in tlic regular mecling of Ihe town council commencing at 8 p.m., and an open house will be held at the cadet hall on Tuesday. Saturday will be annual lag day, when residents will be, given the opportunity to give financial support to the move- ment. Uniform parley PINCIIEH CREEK (Special) District No. 1 of Region 12 of Uniterm will hold its annual meeting in the Anglican Hall Tuesday, April 18, with regis- tration at p.m. Nicol will speak on the machinery act. All Uniform members and interested per- sons are welcome lo attend. EASTER BONNET WINNERS Roberta Rces, left, Cheryl Markosky, principal Eric Price and Irene Rojek of the Crowsnest Pass Consolidated High School smile happily a her being p re Denied gifts for winning I ho school Easfer bonnet The evenl was sponsored by the Grade 9 Sludenl newipapivi Inspiration. Winning girls re- ceived (fee passes lo a school dance while Mr. Price, entered in 'he teacher's competition, received Ihe Easter bunny he is holding. Decoux Photo Bake sale held BELLLVUE (C N P Bureau) The UellecrcsL Senior Cit- izen's Association held a suc- cessful hake sale in Lane's Barber Shop, Proceeds will he used for the summer bus trip. Cancer drive starts Sunday COUTTS (HNS) The drive for funds for the Canadian Can- cer Society will yet under in Ihe Milk River and districts Sunday, April 1 Diver Is in charge of the can- vass for Ihe Milk River area and Mrs. Alice Hacke of Coutls will canvass in the Coulls area. Donations may be Eenl to Mrs. Alice Cody ol Milk I Box in Coulls. You 1 can take a WHITE HORSE anywhere Distilled, Blended and Bollled in Scotland by While Horse Distillers Ltd., Scotland Ro-Neet: best control in s KKKKKKKKKK IS OUR CONCERN SO KOME TO THE BIG LAUNDERETTE Where Kwality Kleaning Is Your Satisfaction FREE SOAP WHEN ATTENDED a.m. lo p.m. Monday thrj Friday FREE PARKING 1263 3rd Avc. S. Phone 7; K ?v 7i 7Z X 7Z 7; x n 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-Neetatplantingtime. With Ro-Neet right in the weed germinat- ing zone, you destroy weeds as they sprout. You don't gamble on rain or have to irrigate to make yourherbici Jework. Rain or shine, Ro-Neet works all the time. Liquid Ro-Neet 7.2E is easy to apply and controlsnutgrass, 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 I ;