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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta Tuetday, December 10, 1974 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 Raymond South In short plant bid Town official changes jobs tabled RAYMOND (Special) Town council has tabled an application by Brad and Collin Watson of Raymond to es- tablish a fibreglass manufac- turing plant here. Council will try to find a suitable industrial site here. They applied to establish the plant in a building at the south end of Main Street but the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission recommended that it be plac- ed in the industrial zone at the northeast corner of town. The planners told council they are against spot zoning. Your. Druggists in Lethbridge and Southern Alberta LETHBRIDGE Thriftway Drugs 70213th Street North Phone 327-0340 McCaffrey's Drug Store 418 13th Street North Phone 327-2205 BLAIRMORE Michael Finn Pharmacy Phone 562-2192 CARDSTON Temple City Drugs 271 Main Street Phone 653-3842 CLARESHOLM Clareshoim Pharmacy 4921 1st Street Phone 235-3050 COALDALE Coaldale Pharmacy 1721 20th Avenue Phone 345-3277 COLEMAN Coleman Pharmacy Coleman, AlberiB FORT MACLEOD Price's Rexaii Drug 206 24th Street Phone 234-3093 PICTURE BUTTE Price's Pharmacy 33S Highway Ave. N. Phone 732-4431 TABER Johnson's Taber Drug Store 531448th Avenue Phone 223-2233 VULCAN Mitchell's Pharmacy Phone 485-2012 CLARESHOLM (HNS) Town secretary treasurer Den- nis Pommen has resigned to take the same post for the Town of Hinton, beginning Jan. 13. His resignation is effective Jan. 8. The town has been advertising for an assistant secretary treasurer for some months and to date has been unsuccessful. Mr. Pommen began his duties as secretary treasurer about one year ago. Medicine Hat concert draws 200 MEDICINE HAT Some 200 persons attended a concert presented at Medicine Hat College Sunday by the Lethbridge Symphony Orchestra under the direction of Conductor Lucien Needham. The program was the same as the one presented by the Symphony last week at Yates Memorial Centre. ATV outlet opens at Natal NATAL (HNS) Ron Kozler of Sparwood has opened an all-terrain vehicle sales and service centre at Sparwood. This winter he will sell snow machines. Next spring he will sell trail bikes and all-terrain vehicles. Government contribution asked The Alberta Fresh Vegetable Commission is to ask the provincial government to back a payment of for each paid to labor by farmers as a contribution toward workman's compensation coverage of agricultural workers. According to Reuben Huber, Rosemary, secretary of the commission, if enough of Alberta's farmers participate, the province's contribution may be kept low enough to interest the province in contributing. If a compensation plan 'hat paid a portion of a wage to farm workers injured on the job were initiated, agriculture will become a more attractive vocation for workers, Mr. Huber said. He hoped that would solve some farm labor problems. Taber man appointed to post Officer Cadet K. R. Zelenka, Taber, presently studying at Royal Roads Military College in Victoria, B.C. has been ap- pointed to the position of Cadet Squadron Training Officer. Cadet Zelenka, the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Zelenka of Taber, Alberta, came to the college as a graduate of W. R. Myers High School' in 1973. Presently in his second year, he is working towards a Mechanical Engineering Degree and a commission in the Engineering element of the Canadian Armed Forces. High River fire chief retiring HIGH RIVER Bill House, who served this centre as fireman for 37 years, is retiring as fire chief and is to be replac- ed by Oliver Perry, formerly the deputy chief and a 22-year veteran of the department. Airport lights switched on TABER (HNS} Lighting the Taber municipal airport Fri- day brought to a conclusion the second phase of the airport pro- ject. The lights are activated by photo-electric switches. The installation will enable light aircraft to use the airport round the clock and make charter service possible from the landing field. The lighting project was done by Lethbridge contractor Dorren Electric at a cost of A rotating light beacon must be installed on the service building, now under construction by W. T. Aviation Services of Taber. The airport is now due for inspection by ministry of transport officials from Edmonton on December 19. RUMPUS ROOM Prefinished Mahogany (Plywoods 3HEET 4.49 Vo" Fir PlvGoodone8lde Q 1Q I II I Ij 4'x 8'factory grade...... SHEET WM I W PlvGoodoneside 11 AA Ml I 11 4' x8' factory grade. SHEET I int Foot UTILITY STUDS Prefinished Ceiling Tile EACH 48 x 48" (scored to 12" x GoitaGliitl.............. EACH 4.79 ADVANCE LUMBER CO. LTD. "Your Pioneer Lumber Dealer since 1925" Cor. 2nd Ave. 13th St. S. Lethbridge Phone 328-3301 CHARGEX MASTER CHARGE Banquet drew 800 TABER (HNS) Taber- Barnwell Sugar Beet Growers' 39th annual banquet and dance.drew an estimated 800 growers, partners and guests to the Taber Centre auditorium. Rudy Gregus was crowned Canadian sugar beet king for the second year in succession. The trophy and annual award presentation was made by growers' president Mike Putici who also paid honor to Joe Chomany who retired from the board of'directors after some 30 years with the association. A clock radio and corsage were presented to Mr. and Mrs. Chomany. Canadian Sugar Factories Company award presented by agriculture fieldman Dale E. Clifton went to novice 4-H member Miss Joyce Pavka who topped all growers with her 25.21 tons of beets grown on a one-acre plot. She is the daughter of former beet king Fritz (Frank) Pavka of Cran- ford. The top ten growers an- nounced by Mr. Putici in mak- ing the presentation to Mr. Gregus are: Rudy Gregus, 23.93 tons per acre on 19 acres; Canadian Sugar com- mercial plot, 23.50 tons on 22 acres; Henry and John Kurina, 23.21 tons on 43 acres; Hugo and Herbert Wagner, 23.20 tons on 49 acres, Paul Gregus, 23.19 tons on 22 acres; Jerry Bartosek, 23.10 tons on 60 acres; Fritz and Laddie Pavka, 22.78 tons on 145 acres; Ronald and William Kirkvold, 22.73 tons on 39 acres; John Tamtam, 22.11 tons on 23 acres; and John and Joe Milder, 21.93 tons on 50 acres. Van Home residents fight law CRANBROOK (Special) The 107 property owners of the South Van Home Watt- sville Road area are standing firm against a city move to enact a bylaw to improve their water and sewer ser- vices at a cost the owners say they can't afford. An average bill of payable over 20 years would result. The formula estimate 01 city area payments on the capital costs as a local im- provement appears to vary from day to day to residents. Cranbrook 'leading' in equality CRANBROOK Women seem to have gained better equality in the Cranbrook school district than in other districts in British Columbia, according to a committee report to the school board. The only problem in women's status may be biased textbooks, ex- plained Gordon Jewitt, vice chairman of the committee, during a board meeting. However, the com- mittee has not discuss- ed the matter as yet. The committee's concern is that everyone be judged on merit, rather than on the basis of sex, he ex- plained. The committee does not want a woman principal unless a female applicant should be superior to other applicants, he noted. The group found no evidence of biased hiring, although the dis- trict does not employ a female principal, he said. Liberal recruitment termed 'enthusiastic' CRANBROOK (HNS) Open defection by older members of Liberal ranks in Cranbrook to any party that will oust the incumbent provincial government has had a reaction in enthusiastic Pensioners elect NATAL (HNS) Emily Rollinson has been elected president of the Sparwood branch of tne Old Age Pen- sioners' Association Also elected to take office Jan. 1 were: Jock Mitchell, first vice president: Edith Petrie, second vice president, Charles Kozler, secretary, and Jack Petrie, treasurer. The executives include Lelah Leach, Euphemia Kozler, Jerry Beranek, Fred Rybachuk and Dick Hughes. new recruitment in the city Liberal association, President Mrs. Robert Butler reports. Her meeting Thursday evening drew more recent Cranbrook residents, though the absence of the old guard was conspicuous. The recruits solidly sup- ported a Liberal fund raising campaign through memberships and a January dance, and even more heartily a late spring provincial association workshop open to all the Liberals in the Kootenay constituency. Present Kootenay MLA L. T Nimsick is rumoured to be considering retiring from his long East Kootenay political career which represents some 30 years service. 27 of them in opposition. DOG BEATS HORSE A dog is ranked higher than a horse on the intelligence scale 11 11 Crowsnest Pass Bureau VERNON DECOUX. Rep.. BtairmOre-Phone 562-214S 'Well Worth Looking For! SUNBEAM MIST-STICK" S1Q39 It's the mist that makes the difference! 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