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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta tt Wednesday, April in, inc LBinomuwe _ DISTRICT Becalmed at Taber This 40-foot sailboat draws admiring glances at Taber. En route to built at Niagara Falls, Ont., Seattle, Wash., it was held up for truck repairs. The sleek beauty was ______________________ Special areas grants plan ruled out EDMONTON (CP) The Alberta government does not want to sign any more agree- ments with the federal govern- ment that designate parts of the province as "special areas" for grants, Don Getty, Minister of federal anl inter- governmental affairs, said Monday night. The government will accept federal grants for special pro- jects, provided the whole prov- ince is considered a potential site for use of the grants. "And then those projects would be funded based on their individual merit and not be- cause they happen to be in any special part of the province." The trouble with grants in special areas, he said, is that people just outside the area find it impossible to compete %yith those inside who are get- ting special funds. The funds in some cases might not be based on need, but on geo- graphical location. PROVO VISITORS STIRLING (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Elden Zaugg have been visited by daughter Carolyn and her husband Tim Perkins of Provo, Utah. Bonnie Evans recital at Milk River Thursday WARNER (HNS) Miss Boonie Evans, daughter of Gor- don Evans of Warner, will pwv sent a trumpet recital in St Paul's United Churdh at Milk River at 4 p.m. Thursday, April 19. affm_ Assisting her will be the Erie Rivers High School Brass Choir. Miss Evans has been study- ing trumpet for six years and is a member of the Erie Rivers High School Band. She has attended the Sas- katchewan Summer School ol the Arts two summers, being assigned principal chair posi- tion of the trumpet section last season. Recently Miss Evans was awarded a scholarship by the school's director, enabling her to attend the school again this coming July and August. Last November she was one of two ERHS Band students chosen as a member of the Provincial Honor Band. It per- formed at the annual Canadian Band Director's Association Convention held at Banff. Evans is a pupil of E. Staples of Milk River, and she will be accompanied by Miss Edith' Sheffield. Included on the program will be: Concert Etude, Opus 4 by Zeller's] Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday ond Saturday April 19 and 21 8 xlO Living Color d Hillsview WI backs agri group in effort to obtain swim pool COUTTS (HNS) The regu- lar meeting of the Hillsview Women's Institute was held at BONNIE EVANS A. Geodicke; and Concerto for Trumpet by Joseph Haydn. The recital and reception will be held open to the public at no cost. Everyone is welcome. Granum Elks idn life honors GRANUM (HNS) Willard Henker of Claresholm, Vern Parker of Lethbridge and Ras Anderson of Fort Macleod were presented with life mem- berships to the Granum Elks at a recent supper and social evening. Those receiving pins were: 15-year, Eugene Bobmer; 20- year, Norman Gustman and L. 0. (Ted) Hansen; and 30- year, Melvin Baird. The presentations were made by Charley Wesley. the home of Mrs. Keith' Danger- field with 16 members and three visitors. The WI helped with the can- vas for pledges for the blood donor's clinic and 25 pledges were received. The WI will send a letter supporting the Milk River Agri- culture Society in its efforts to receive a government grant for a swimming pool. Mrs. H. Hacke asked for vol- unteers on the cancer canvas and Mrs. Dorthy Ramsey vol- unteered to help with phone calls. A small float is to be made for the Writing-on-Stone rodeo parade. Members of the WI who are eligible will receive 25-year pins. Mrs. Kath Barrows led a question and answer discussion on gardening. Tentative schedule i for school TABER (HNS) A consen- sus of teacher opinion in Ta- ber School Division 6 has dic- tated a tentative schedule for school commencement, holi- days sad season closing. Results of the incomplete survey were presented at a re- cent meeSng cf the school board, and likely dates are as follows: School opening Aug. 27, high- ly favored above Sept. 4. Christmas holidays Dec. 22 to Jan. 6 inclusive, and Easter va- cation April 12 to 16, as most teachers favoring longer time off at Christmas and shorter time at Easter. School closing date June 20 was favored above June 27. Parents, students or other j persons are invited to express j an opinion so that a final deci- sion can be made by the trus- tees at an early date. A RECITAL of SACRED MUSIC NORA'ROSE SOLOIST EASTER SUNDAY, APRIL 22nd p.m. First Baptist Church 1614 Fifth Avenue South PORTRAIT "Plus Film Fee 1 Special of each person singly only plus film fee. Groups 1.00 per person, plus one film fee. Select finished pictures in radiant black end white and firing color. Bonus qualify Satisfaction." Special per child. Fast service, Senior Citizens Welcome ShnKo Horn: 10 A.M. to 1 F.M., 3 FM. 6 tM. Appeals date set TABER (HNS) Wednes- day, May 16, has been set for hearing appeals against new and adopted assessments in the Taber MD. by the MD court cf revision comprising Reeve' Clarence M. Jespersen chair- man and councillors Ronald S. Johnson, Lynn Wenboume. Y. M. (Mike) Ohashi and Cecil! R. Wiest. I The court of revision will con-' sider appeals on assessments on 27 parcels of land being pro- tested by J7 land owners. BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. BICYCLE AUCTION SALE MONDAY, APRIL 23rd at 7.00 p.m. TERMS CASH _ NO RESERVE AT THE WAREHOUSE-! 920 2nd AVE. S. 6-NEW BOYS' AND GIRLS' BICYCLES Including 2 10-Speed Models 1 Tandem Bicycle 10 TRICYCLES (New and Used) 50 TO 70 USED BICYCLES All Sizes-All Shapes All Conditions SALE CONDUCTED BY HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. Phone 328-4705 T920 2nd Ave. S. AUCTIONEERS NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN No. 41 lie. No. 458 TED lie TO LSANCE SERVICES LTD. FOR THESE MODEL U-4025 Specially Purchased for this Event 4 POSITION PILE ADJUSTMENT OUTER VINYL BAG WASHABLE TRIPLE ACTION CLEANING REMOVES ALL DIRT IT BEATS AS IT SWEEPS AS IT CLEANS Our Regular Value to SPECIAL EASTER PRICE 6 ONLY- DESIGNED to do the fob... not an accessory.1 ZcHeri Shopping Centre on Mayor Mogratn Open Doily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday ond Fndoy 9 o.m. lo 9 p.m. Telephone 328-8171 NORTH PLAZA FLORIST EASTER SPECIALS POSY BOUQUET The finest, Freshes? Flowers Beautifully arranged ond Delivered 8.00 EASTER PLANTS HYDRANGEAS AZAUEAS POT MUMS LILIES from 5-w 618 13th St. N., Idhbridge NORTH PLAZA FLORIST Phone 327-1212 Reg. Valus lo SPECIAL EASTER PRICE RUG SHAMPOOERS Your take on that fresh, clean look again. Soft bristles gently but ef- fectively whirl suds into your rug loosening all the grease and dirt that discolors carpeting. SAFE AND EASY TO USE Applies only suds no danger of over, your rug. No more bing or scrubbing rTis Hoover does the work. REMOVABLE TANK Holds 64 ounces of cleaning solution. Has large top opening for easy filling. ...a FLOOR POLISHER, too! Scrubs, waxes, polishes floors and furniture. 1244 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 327-6684 PRICES EFFECTIVE APRIL 19, 21 ONLY ;