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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta FricJoy, Februory I�, 1973 - THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD _ 3 Tuber MD in tight spot Junior achievers 'on the half Jaco Plastics is Taber's Junior Achievement company. plastic key chain holders, Cheryl D'Cuhna and Ceceila Young people are encouraged to use their initiative in Williams add rosettes and screw eyes to connect the ball Ithis movement and these Taber achievers are proving to the key holder, they cart make a small company work smootlhy. Making I District News In Brief Sewer, ivater plebiscite in offing for Coalhurst COALHURST (HNS) - Leth-bridge County 26 will hold a plebiscite here soon to discover Coalhurst citizens' consensus on a sewage and upgraded water system for the hamlet. The Coalhurst Taxpayers' Association petitioned the county to do a survey for a sewage and upgraded water system for the hamlet. It was completed by the firm of J. C. Neufeld Associates Ltd., Lethbridge. Attending a recent meeting were county councillor J. Nicol, county officials and J. McQuillan, health inspector. Jack Look of Coalhurst was -named chairman. Approximately 50 people attended the meeting. Soon a lively discussion was under way, with the result a request for a plebiscite in the near future. A date will be set by the county. With sewage in Coalhurst the property value will go up; it Host Mrs. Baines IRON SPRINGS (HNS) - Mrs. L. K. Hjaney and Mrs. D. (Gladys) Noble hosted Mrs. Alice Baines of Salmon Arm, B.C. '. She was an early resident of the Turin area. She has been living in B.C. for the past 35 years. RATES HIKED CLARESHOLM (IIN S) -Town council has passed a resolution to raise the rates for water and sewer services to householders by $1 a month. A report b'y the utility committee stated the extra 50 cents for water and 50 cents for sewer was needed due to a rise in costs. would mean growth for the hamlet. There are undeveloped lots available. Sewage would end over-saturated land from septic tanks. To purchase bed MAGRATH (HNS) - The Magrath Municipal H o s p i tal Women's Auxiliary will purchase a new Hi-Low bed with mattress for the hospital as the 1973 project. The bank balance is $399. Sewing and mending is up to date. The tuck cart project is working out fine. Members will raise funds this month to fight heart disease. The film, Psychohormonal Aspects of Menopause, was shown. Twelve attended. Attend funeral TURIN (HNS) - In Vancouver, B.C., recently to attend the funeral of their sister, Mrs. Verona (Rhona) Uridge, were Mrs. N. Stronski and Andrew Elaschuk, both of Turin, Mr. and Mrs. B. Elaschuk and Fred Elaschuk of Lethbridge, and Mrs. Daisy Pickering of Calgary. Agent dies CRANBROOK (S p e c i a D-Sudden death of government agent Bertram James Hirst Ryley following a heart seizure has resulted in his deputy agent, Thomas Knight, becoming Cranbrook agent in an acting capacity until the vacancy is posted and an appointment made. Mr. Ryley, 53, was born at Ainsworth, B.C. His father was a Kootenay early-day millwright whose work also extended into East Kootenay. Raymond taxpayers meet March 28 RAYMOND (HNS) - While it is no longer mandatory for civic governments to hold annual taxpayers meeting, Mayor Robert Graham and council feel it is a common courtesy to present a report once a year. March 28 is the date for a public meeting to be held in the town hall. The auditor's report, prepared by L. D. Watson, will be presented to ratepayers. The mayor and each councillor will report. Take Off Fat With Home Recipe Plan It's simple how quickly one may lose pounds of unsightly fat right in your own home. Make this home recipe yourself. It's easy, no trouble at all and costs little. Just go to your drugstore and ask for Naran. Pour this into a pint bottle and add enough grapefruit juice to fill the bottle. Take two tablespoonsful twice a day as needed and follow the Nnran Reducing Plan. If your first, purchase does not show you a simple easy way lo lose bulky fat and help regain slender more graceful curves; if reducible pounds and inches of excess fat don't disappear from neck, chin, arms, abdomen, hips, calves and ankles just return the empty bottle for your money back. Follow this easy way endorsed by many who have tried this plnn and help bring back alluring curves and grnceful slendcrncss. Note how quickly bloat disappears-how much better you feel. More alive, youthful appearing and active. PiPPiilllllll TABER (HNS) - Reduced government grants and the Alberta property tax reduction plan were among matters of concern  at the recent MD council meeting. Council learned the municipal assistance grant, including the new incentives grant, would be $81,730 lower than last year. The municipal assistance grant last year was $429,15G, with no strings attached. Under the new formula, the 1973 grant is reduced to $268,-409. A municipal incentives grant of $78,917 will be.added to the assistance grant provided the MD does not increase its municipal millrate by more than 7.5 per,cent, or about one mill. The reduction in grants amounts to about six mills. It 2is offset by the provincial government picking up hospital and health unit costs. However, these costs have been collected as a separate millrate not included in the municipal levy. Unless consideration is given to a request by the Association of Municipal Districts and Counties that such costs become available to the local administration, the Taber MD will be short more than $80,-000 this year. This will result in a financial bind contrary to the publicity given the new program. Crossing control wanted by MD TABER (HNS) - Concerned over the safety of 40 school children residing north of Highway 3 and the railway tracks, the Tabcr MD council has requested the department of highways and transport to provide a pedestrian crossing control at the main intersection at Barnwell. Sugar Makers' officers Officers of the Picture Butte Sugar Makers' labor Union 117 are, seated. Ken Allen, left, recording secretary, and Zolten Sabo, president; standing, Ed Wojtowicz, vice-president, and Wayne Gibb, secretary-treasurer. Western Moulded Pulp Products wins $229,000 Ottawa DREE grant KIMBERLEY (Special)- Department of Regional Economic Expansion-approval has been given Western Moulded Pulp Products Ltd. of Toronto for $229,000 assistance in establishing a $1,031,000 plant in the Kimberley Industrial Park. Feasibility study prior to ap- Vocalist thrills 200 STIRLING (HNS) - Bishop and Mrs. William Hogenson attended a vocal recital by their daughter, Mrs. Coleen Hogenson Eads, required for her degree of master of music at the Brigham Youn'g University. Dr. Jolin R. Halliday, professor of music, conducted an orchestra and Mrs. Eads' performance of Johann Sebastian Bach's contata number 51, "Jauchzet Gott in alien Lan-den." After entertaining an audience of 200 for VA hours, Mrs. Eads sang two encores and received a standing ovation. Dr. Halliday said he has never before seen this at recitals of this kind. Others from this district attending were Dr. and Airs. David Steed and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Oler, the wives being sisters of Mrs. Eads. She is a graduate of the Stirling High School. MEET FEB. 28 NOBLEFORD (S p e c i a D- The annual ratepayers' meeting, to discuss Noble Central School, will be held Wednesday, Feb. 28, at 8 p.m. in the school. plication showed sufficient salvage resource of discarded newsprint, cartons and corrugated material available from points as far away as Edmon ton, Calgary, Vancouver and the province interior. Product would be moulded trays for eggs, fruit and otUer perishables in both western Canada and the United States, Kirnber 1 e y industrial commis sioner Ken McTeer reports. Basis of the DREE offer Is 15 per cent of approved capital costs and establishment of 30 new jobs. Details of the proposed plant are now being worked out. Site in the industrial park lias been approved. The 60-acre industrial park is at the southeast corner of the city. Homeowners refund forms available TABER (HNS) - The Taber MD council recently reviewed correspondence regarding the Alberta Properly Tax Reduction Plan. It will allow education tax refunds to home-owners up to a maximum of $216 and renters benefits up to $100 for the year. To obtain the homeowner refund, the owner must make application at the MD office on approved forms following payment of the current, taxes. For renters the refund is obtainable only through filing proper claim on the annual income tax return. Croivsnest Pass Bureau NEWS -:- CIRCULATION -:- JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore - Phone 562-2149 ORANGES 202S MAYOR MAGRATH DUN* "COLLEGE MALL" 324 MAYOR MAGRATH DR. 420 6th STREET SOUTH "DOWNTOWN" 3 doz. 93 SUNKIST, SWEET, JUICY ........... Medium size Values effective 'til Closing Saturday, Feb. 17, 1973 Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ;