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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, April 18, Best junior speakers at Etzikom Nimble Needles 4H Club oratorical contest winners are Sheila Scratch, alternative winner Maureen Collin and runner-up Diane Karl. Who pays hospital costs? TABER (HNS) Clarifica- tion aoid added confusion over the provincial governments tax assistance programs were con- tained in correspondence be- fore a recent meeting of the Ta- ber MD council. Council was advised by Min- ister of Municipal Affairs Rus- sell that the 7.5 per cent eligibil- ity factor for receiving the mu- nicipal incentive grant would stand. He said thst this percentage could be based on the millrate or the total dollars expended during 19Z2 including the mu- nicipal assistance grant, but ex- ecuting costs of education. The council chose to accept the grant on the basis of dollars exrcnded, considering the pres- ent trends upward in the equal- ized assessment. The confusion came in a let- ter from the Taber General Hospital advis ing there would be no requisition for operating funds for hospitals but there might be equipment costs in the amount of one mill. The letter was at variance with previous information re- ceived from the municipal af- fairs department which indi- cated that all hospital costs in- cluding capital costs would be lifted from municipal govern- ments. The MD's equalized assess- ment at is up 530 from last year. For pay- ment of school requisitions, the figures are for Ta- ber School Division 6 and 360 for Separate School District 54. Apply for six TABER (HNS) Applica- tion has been made by the Ta- ber MD on beha'f of preventive social services for the employ- ment of six students for three months under the STEP pro- gram. The students will conduct a survey throughout the MD on the needs of elderly people, so- cial, economic and recreation- al, to aid in the social preven- tive program being conducted by director Ray B. Evanson. Road bans awaited by Taber MD TABER (HNS) Maximum load allowances for municipal roads in the Taber MD have been set, should bans be re- quired at any time during the spring months. Taber's MD council set a 50 per cent gross vehicle weight on all paved and oiled roads X excepting provincial Highways 3 and 30) and 75 per cent gross vehicle weight on all other roads in the municipality. Should occasion require the reduction in load limits, neces- sary publicity will be given by the Lethbridge office of the de- partment of highways and transport. District engineer-for the de- partment, Tom D. McGreer, mat with the council- to discuss the road program for 1973, par- ticularly the work which will qualify for grants from the de- partment. Ratepayers mwst apply under tax cut TABER (HNS) Ratepayers in the Taber MD and in other municipal admMstraticns are required to make application for relief under the provincial government's tax reduction p.'an in the same manner as fcr tVe former home owner tax dis- counts. Municipal authorities have been advised that property own- ram ers will have to pay the full tax assessment incl uding Efhcol foundation costs, and re- imbursement will be made on application filed at the munici- pal office. __ While not clearly specified, Tt is expected that ratepayers will be allowed to deduct the amount of the rebate from the tax bill as was the case under tha homeowner grant system. HUCKVAIE WILDE KRUSHEL BARRISTERS SOLICITORS are pleased to announce that MR. WHOM! A. GOREWICH BA., is now associated with our firm in the practice of law at 612-3 Avenue S. un Bldg.) Phone 328-8856 District News In Brief Croicsnest 3 meeting set FERNIE Ferule is hosting the annual Kcctenay Boundary Chamber of Commerce meet- ing this year. The CROWSNEST 3 was go- ing to be held at the same time. However, the meeting will take place Friday. April 27, some time in the afternoon. The annual mseting takes place on April 28 and 29. Bellevue Legion installs chiefs BELLEVUE (CNP Bureau Royal Canadian Legion officers installed here recently were vice president, Tyce Vasten- hout: second vice president, Harry Thompson; president, Ron Cole; secretary, Godfrey Hungar; and J. OlecM, V. Pet- rik, Ed Cruickshanks, Lloyd Scotton, R. Leishmeister, Ted Pierzchala and Bill Makin, ex- ecutive members. Hill climbing test Friday COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Motorcycle Club will hold a hill climbing contest at 1 p.m. Friday, April 20, near the Nolan Bridge north cf here on the Picture Butte road. All entries must be in by p.m. There will be a admission fee. Prize money will depend on the number of entries and the gate receipts. Competitiors in all classes are welcome. CGIT spring tea draws 75 GRANUM (HNS) More than 75 were in attendance at the CGIT and Explorer spring tea and sale held recently in the United Church Hall. Spring flowers. Easter bon- nets and butterflies decorated the hall while each tea table was centred with an Easter basket. Other features were bake, crafts and "new to you" tables. Those pouring tea and coffee were Mrs. Henry (Nellie) Lang, Mrs. Eva Sherman, Mrs. Fedelia Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Fen- otn (Mattie) Blair, Mrs. Leola Calderwood and Mrs. Henry (Margaret) Schlossberger. CGIT leaders are Mrs. Har- vey (Marilyn) Dimm, Mrs. Walter (Karen) Genesis and Airs. Paul (Wendy) Graveland. Mrs. Gordon (Kathy) Wesley is Explorer leader. Golden Hour Society nieeu to plan May 5 rummage sale GRANUM The Gol-j held at the church on May 5 den Hour Society of the from 2 to 5 p.m. Christian R e I o r m ed Church Proceeds will go to Dr. and met recerily at the church. Final plans were made for the tea and rummage sale to be Mrs. Martin Reedyk who are serving in the mission field in Nigeria. Easter services set NOBLEFORD 3 p.m. Friday a Good Friday service will be held in the Xo- Moiite Foreman riding clinic scheduled TABER (HNS) A Monte Foreman rider training clinic vriH be held here during the Easter holiday weekend. April 20 to 23. under the sponsorship of the SugartowTi Saddle Club of Taber. It will trail riders to be bet- ter abV: to train and ride mounts. Pat Wyse of Conrad. Mont, be the instructor. Registra- tions must be filed by April 15 with secretary Heather Fergu- son. A trail ride held recently at- tracted 25 riders and a cwd turjwurt of parents and friends. The ride was made IJiroufjh 1hc old strip mine property and along the Oldman River, an ideal riding bleford Christian Refer m e d Church for all in the Noble- ford and Monarch areas who jwish to worship this Easter. I At a.m. Easter morn- j ing. April 22. there will be an Easter Sunrise Service in the Christian Reformed Church. Pastor Bii! Calderwood of United Church will bring the massage and there will be special music realized COLEMAN Bureau) The sum vojuntccr firefighters anvwered a rail to the A Hohn residence where an outdoor fire got out of control. 5 to 5.5 oz. I lor 12 oz. YOUR CHOICE YOUR CHOICE 5% oz. "Flower Shoppe" from Dominion Candy CHOCOLATE ANIMALS 12 oz. ROOSTER 12 oz. SITTING RABBIT 11 oz. "TOM TOM TOMMY" 11 oz. "SYMPHONY RABBIT" 11 oz. "SYMPHONY ROOSTER 5 oz. "Art Gallery'' Allan Candy 5.5 oz. "Wishingwell or White Allan Candy EASTER PALS ON PARADE "OBJIVJ Total of 6 oz. of choc. Ass't. of 3 figurines. Made with Neilson's choc by Dominion Candy. PECTIN JELLY EGGS FROM McCORNUCK Exclusive to Wool worth! Jelly filled eggs made xvith pectin and true fruit flavour. THIS WEEK OUR BAKERY FEATURES 1LB. SOLID CHOC BUNNY A Woolworth exclusive! One full pound of chocolate in the shape of an adorable sit- ting bunny. A solid sweet treat for any girl or boy. 95 EA. Special Delicious Easter Novelty Bunny Shaped Cakes, Nests, Hot Cross Buns! "Name Egg" made from Neilson's Choc, by Dominion Candy or "Sunny Lane" Egg from Allan Candy Personalize your Easter gift this year with a delicious 3 oz. chocoJale "Name Writing" Easier Egg. Place your orders early for best selection ;