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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta -Saturday, 13, 1971 THf tCTHBMDOI HtKAlD 3 250 employees gather firm honors four I Credit Union ThorstetlSOH HJifc 1CTIW Higa trophy at Pincher MR. SNOW, LEFT, AND MR. AND MRS. KING TAKER (HNS) Four re- tiring employees rec- ognized, and 10 additions to the permanent staff of Canadian Sugar Factories Ltd. were in- troduced at the company's an- nual staff party at Lethbrkige recently. Some 250 employees and partners were on hand. General manager Dwight W. Purdy expressed a note of op- timism over the now buoyant sugar prices. He said this "heady atmosphere" would be advantageous to the industry including growers and com- pany. Retiring were Arthur E. At- wood, lead mechanic at Ray- mond for 43 years, and Percy W. Poulsen, assistant superin- tendent at Tabcr following 401 years' service to the company. Taking early retirement! were Mrs. Vivian (Owen) King and Mrs. Mildred (Lincoln) Wood, both Lethbridge office employees, the latter now mov- ing to Vancouver where her husband is genera! purchasing manager for B.C. Sugar. Introducing the retirees and presenting appreciation cheques were Allen James, Jack Kenney, J. Gerald Snow and Richard S. O'Brien respec- tively. Mr. O'Brien also paid tribute to Mr. Wood who served as purchasing agent for Alberta for many years. Recognized for 20 years' ser- vice were Mrs. Gladys Liddle, Raymcnd, and I. Bernarr Har- ris, Peter Mszeree-.iw and lar. G. Waddle, all of the Ta- ber staff. They were intro- duced by Picture Butte plant superintendent Wilfred Hague. Now employees introduced iy -Mr. Purdy were Leone 'edrini, Beverley Linderman and Georgina Fredericks of he Lethbridge office, John V a 1 g a r d son, Wayne Smith, talo Zanolli, Monte Turner and John Tolhysen of the Ta- >er plant, Joe Szteina of Pic- ure Butte, and Gerald Fawns Raymond plant. Dancing concluded the eve- ning. MR. AND MRS. WOOD, LEFT, AND MR. O'BRIEN MR. AND MRS. ATWOOD, LEFT, AND MR. JAMES MR. AND MRS. PERCY POULSEN, MR. KENNEY Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Bloirmort Phone 562-2149 'OPEN SATURDAY1 DON'T LOOK FOR TROUBLE ON YOUR INCOME TAX To the foil toft COMPIETE of legal deductlonr look no furtherl Jutf lab RETURNS your tax return to H t BLOCK. There'j on office near you. Trained prcparert tamo your laxet. _____________________I CUAHANTIE 3____________ We gunranlee occurolB preparation of every lax relurn. If we rnaVe ony errori that toil you ony penalty or intcrcif, we will pay the penalty or ________________ Canada's largest Tax Service with over 5000 offices in North America, 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Weekdays, 9-5 Sal. Phone 327-3712 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY I Regional planners finance plan hit TABER (HNS) Taber's town council recently accepted the requisition for 1971 as its share of financing the Oldman River Regional Plan- ning Commission, but was un- animous in its opposition to a proposed "foundation plan" to finance regional planning.com- missions in the future. The foundation proposal, pre- sented at the last annual meet- ing of Alberta Urban Munici- palities Association by Munici- pal Affairs Minister Colborne, would provide for a provincial levy in much the same way as the school foundation, but on less than a uniform scale. Council agreed that the pro- posed charges were inequit- able in relation to services ren- dered, since centres at which regional planners operate ob- tain a greater proportionate use of the commission's ser- vices. The proposed rates, based on equalized assessments, are: cities with over popula- tion 0.02 nulls, since they have their own full staff planning departments; cities between and people 0.45 mills; from to 0.40 mills; from to 0.30 mills; and under 0.20 mills. Safety clinic held for riders of snow rigs PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Mountaineers Snowmo- bile Club of Pincher Creek and district held a safety clinic re- cently with some 50 people in attendance. Two local RCMP members AMA safety counsellor, an in- surance man and two local club members formed a panel. Safety was stressed. Com- plaints about people snow- mobUing on town roads and chasing wild game in the coun- try were heard. With the breaking of these laws there will be no other alternative but to make tougher laws. The club was approached by the Knights of Columbus to hold a "fun day" at Beauvais Lake Sunday. Feb. 14, for the purpose of giving rides to all children. The local Boy Scouts also approached the club for trans- portation to Camp Impeesa for the purpose of winter camping. Attend clinic TURIN (HNS) Mrs. Leon- ard (Vicky) Dunn and Mrs. Lawrence (Pat) Deimuth, re- cently apnointed conveners of women's sports for this area, attended a women's keep fit clinic at the YMCA, Leth- bridge, recently. A weekly exercise program will be starting here The new schedule would practically double the assess- ment on the town of Taber. The requisition for J971 is up above last year, but it is below the comparable figure for 1969. The AUMA executive sought the opinion of the council prior to Feb. 24, with an indication that Mr. Colborne would intro- duce legislation this year for implementation of the founda- tion plan. District doings Sees leak NOBLEFORD (Special) The village foreman, John Warmink, reported a leak in the east reservoir, after check- ing for 11 days. The leakage averaged six to seven inches. Despite this, there will be sufficient water. The west reservoir will be drained and dried so work can be done on it this summer. Harold TJrvold reported Mr. Christie of the water resources branch, Lethbridge, would have a report available for next council meeting about tests made on water seepage during the summer of 1970. Dogs need tags NOBLEFORD New licences are required for all dogs, effective Jan. 1, 1971. These can be purchased al the village office on Mondays and Fridays between the hours of 9 a.m. and 12 njon and Wed- nesdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m The fees are ?3 for males and spayed females and for female. It is desirable that al dogs be taken to a rabies clinic when it is brought to this area, Tax notices NOBLEFOHD (Speci all- Tax notices have been mailed to residents. A discount of sev- en per cent will be allowed on all taxes paid prior March 1 1971. A discount of five per cent on taxes paid prior to June 1 and a discount of three per cent on taxes paid prior to Sept. 1, after the frontage tax has been deducted. Attends course NOBLEFORD (Special) Mayor Jean D. Noble will at- tend the three day train ing course on industrial de velopment scheduled for the E Rancho at Lethbridge March 23, 24 and 25. This course is sponsored bj the department of industry and lourism. COUNTRY NEWS These Are Thcledtbtidge Herald Correspondents in Your Area GRANUM MRS. ED. CESAR................. Gnncrol Delivsry GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TURNBULL Gensral Delivery PICTURE BUTTE S. P. JOHNSON Gen. Del. RAYMOND MRS. DELIA WOOLf Gen. Del. TURIN Mrs. Paulin Juhor................ Phone 738.4394 Contact these people for your District or Classified Advertising. i BLAIRMORE Bureau) The Blaimore Saving? and j Credit Union will hold its an- Inual meeting in the Credit Union Hali at 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 2C. j A program is being planned for Ihe evening to include 10 I games of bingo. Lunch will be !served. PKCHER CREEK (Special) i Electric Trophy ir the fourth The Doris Thorstenson rink; event stayed in Pincher Creek of Claresholm oca top honors j with the Doreen Guerney rink in the Pincher Creek Women's winning. Curling Club bonspiel recently. A total if 22 rinks took part Esther Paulson, Aileen j three-day spiel. Amundsen and Babe played with the skip and took j the' Higa's Pharmacy Trophy Three appeals NOBLEFORD (Speci all- There mil be three appeals heard at thf court of revision set for the village office March 115 at p.m. the Higa's pharmacy jropiy _ in the first event. Second place] went to the Pearl Hochstein ICHUJ VL.I HIV rink of Pincher Creek. In the second event the Spic (f and Span Dry Cleaners' Tro- j IllWiUlfi phy went to the Clara Newlove ph.......... rink of Pincher Creek. The Betterwa'y Store Trophy in the third event was award- ed to Bertha Stewart of Fort CO 10 oeruia OLevmn w 1-vn.iuie vuiuiu nutiii.il Macleod; the Evelyn Lutz rink be held Feb. 17 and 18 at Fifth of Pincher Creek placed sec-! Ave. United Church, Medicine ond. Hat. The Plains Western Gas and Mre Audrey Higgs. confer- ence UCW president, will be in attendance. Speaker Wednesday evening will be Mrs. A. Erion from the Sudan Interior Mission, East Africa. Bert Smith Photo MOVING THE HERD Rio Alto Ranch cattle move across the frozen Highwood River at Longview, west of High River. Riding herd is Warren Zimmerman. NEW DAYTON (HNSJ-Tbe 9th annual meeting of the South Alberta Presbyterial of the United Church Women will More district on page 12 "International Has It" 500 C CRAWLER Powerful 44 H.P. Gas or Diesel Engine Hydraulic Fast Reverser V> Cu. 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