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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 - THE IHTHBRIDGE HERALD - Saturday, February 17, 1973 Fori Macleod sportsmen Heading the Fort Macleod Fish and Game Club during centermiaf Moltzahn, Boyd Loyst, Pat Wharton, Norma Van Tol, Bill Havinga, Dorothy year are, from left, Keith Orr, Joseph Tarness, Leo Bourassa, Jr., Julius Wharton, Walter Collar, Flowd Scott and Bert Kingston. r? is 48 fires n (3 ^ NEWS TABER (HNS) - A total of 48 frireis, caused damage amounting* to $311,092 within the Taber MD during 1972, says a report prepared by the office of the provincial fire commissioner, Edmonton. Nineteen fires were reported for the Taber MD' rural area for ;losses totalling $24,369; 19 in the town of Taber for losses ci i lie Beetles FOA AS' LITTLE AS $1.40* AN ACRE based,on>manuiacturer s siiagds^d� w of $248,623, nine in the town of Vauxhall with losses of $36,898, and one at Grassy. Lake costing $05. In addition, 11 vehicle and trailer fires occurred on the roads and highways counting up losses of $9,661. III!IT l - Fall fair dates HANNA -wHanna and District Agricultural Society has set the dates for the niirtH annual fall fair as Friday and Saturday. Aug. 24 and 25. Several new classes were decided upon, one of which is to be wine making. Development control sought by Taber MD TABER (HNS) - A, ministerial order that will' place the Taber MD .under development control is being requested by the MD council. Under the Municipal Planning Act, all municipal districts and counties in Alberta must come under develop-ment control by the end of 1973. The present action of coun-. cil was prompted by the Old-imam River Region Planning Commission. Council has requested the Minister of Municipal Affairs Dave Russell for a development control order. It will include the preparation of a general plan for the MD. It will become the district's zoning bylaw when complete. New developments in the. MD will then require permission from the council, a condition not required now. This will enable the council to control the areas where developments are anticipated. GUTHBON Spray Concentrate  Fast knockdown  Long-lasting control  Easy to use. Apply any time Colorado potato beetles hit, up to 7 days before harvest.  Saves money Order from '* your supplier now. H RESPONSEability toyqu and nature CHEMAGRO LIMITED 77 City Centre Drive Mississaugua, Ontario 73134C SMITH'S COLOR TV & APPLIANCE LTD. TELEVISION and APPLIANCE AUCTION SALE SCANDINAVIAN HALL 222 12th ST. 'C N., LETHBRIDGE MONDAY, FEB. 26th-7 p.m. Having been favored with Instructions from Smith's Cofor TV and Appliances, we will offer for sale the following line of stereo and television o� listed below subject to additions, deletions, errors or minor changes as you may find them the evening .of the sale. .TERMS; Cash the day of the sale, with settlement In full before removal from the premises. RCA clock radio (new); Zenith 23" black and white television, 1968 model; 1968 Zenith 23" black and white TV; 1968 RCA 23" television (B and W); 1968 Admiral 23" B and W television; 1968 RCA 25" color television; 1970 Panasonic 20" color television; 1967 Electrohome 23" B and W TV; 1967 Dumont 16" portable B and W Television; 1971 RCA 23" B and W television; 1969 RCA 23" B and W television; 1968 Admriat 19" portable B and W television; TV stand for 19" television; Viking 21" B and W television; 1968 3 way combination TV-radio-record changer; Westinghouse home made stereo; RCA 23" B and W television; 1966 Emerson 23" B and W television; Philco 21" blonde B and W television; RCA B and W 21" television; G.E. 23" B and W television with swivel base; Admiral 21" B and W television; Electrohome 21" B and W television; Dumont 21" B and W television; Admiral 21" B and W television; RCA stereo and record player; RCA stereo and record player; Fleetwood stereo and record player; Admiral 23" B anw W television; Admiral 23" B and W television; electric clothes dryer; Frigidaire (pink); Frigidaire 30" electric range; Zenith electric clothes dryer; Frigidaire refrigerator. Double wash tub; wringer washer; Westinghouse Laundermat washer (automatic); Spe/zd Queen washer (automatic); Findlay 33" gas range; Frigidaire electric range; Beatty wringer washer; Viking 30" electric range; Gurney 30" electric range; Frigidaire electric range; 19" Viking colour TV; 21" Emerson console B and W TV; 21" Philco TV; 23" Admiral TV, 30" McClary gas range;, Frigidaire electric clothes dryer; 30" Frigidaire electric range; Inglls gas clothes dryer. The management of the Scandinavian Hall request that all merchandise be removed the night of the sale. Your co-operation in' this matter will be greatly appreciated. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION & ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105 - CO AID ALE "Serving the South by word of mouth" AUCTIONEERS LES HANDLEY FRED BURTON ROGER HANDLEY Lie. 010120 Lie. 005615 Lie. 010121 Coaldole Sportplex arena could fit in with games COALDALE (HNS) - Coal-dale will get a big financial boost from the provincial and federal governments towards construction of the Coaldale Sportsplex pool and arena. A recent announcement from the provincial department of agriculture says a grant of $50,-000 has been approved toward a multi-purpose arena. The town will also receive a forgiveness for 100 per cent of the labor costs. It is estimated this could amount to about $40,-000. The town is now in the process of borrowing $100,000 which would mean it would only have to repay $60,000 out of the total $150,000 Sportsplex project. Town council and recreation officials have also been involved in the application for the 1975 Canada Winter Games for southern Alberta. They are jubilant this area was. chosen as the site for the games. RETURNS HOME IRON SPRINGS (HNS) - Howard B. Haney has returned home from Ottawa where he attended the ansual meeting of the Canadian Federation of Agriculture. While there he also witnessed Parliament. /^in^iand, ffl/eredith (J^niu-ranceJ INSURANCE IS JUST NOT PART OF OUR BUSINESS -IT IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS Phone 327-3009 CONN VAN HORNE JACK WARBURTON 507A 7th STREET SOUTH SAVE ON AUTO EXPENSES DURING 76s Beavers are coming! By ROSS GIBB Herald News Service TABER - Jack Gray, president of Flatlands District, Boy Scouts Association, has announced that "something wonderful is about to happen in Taber." The Beavers are coming! While it might be a shock to the naturalist, Beavers are all male, and they are also five, six or seven years of age. A Beaver of any other age is very rare. Beavering, explains scout- er Gray, is a program for young boys interested in seeing, doing, and enjoying. It's a activity program designed to prepare the lads for Cubbing and Scouting when they grow older. The program is designed around nature, animals, stories of the outdoors, and doing things in these fields. Once a week, the 60 to 90-minute meetings are balanced with just the right amount of fun, projects, and companionship. The first two "Beaver Ponds" (meeting places) complete with several "lodges" (groups of boys) are expected to be established here by September. Flatlands District Commissioner Ray P. Edwards recently said, "our biggest worry is whether we will be able to cope with the mushrooming of the program in the district." The Beaver motto is "I promise to love God and save the world." And we believe they will dp it. PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL FEB. 28 6 Cylinder Reg. 27.80 - NOW 8 Cylinder Reg. 35.25 - NOW 22 .95 SPECIAL INCLUDES POINTS, CONDENSOR, SPARK PLUGS AND ALL LABOR. RESISTOR PLUGS EXTRA ' ENGINE DIAGNOSIS ON OUR SUN RASTRONIC SCOPE OIL CHANGE SPECIAL Save S2.00 on Yom fi,fer Oil Filler Vi PRICE with oil change CLEAR OUT OF ALL OUR IN-STOCK WINTER and SUMMER TERES UNION 76 MAGRATH unicn MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE and 4th AVE. S. PHONE UtitOH OIL COMPAHT n n n <* CANADA UUIIEI 328-9766 STEVE SPISAK Owner Lessee A PUBLIC TAX FO ! Presented by The Lethbridge Herald in co-operation with the 1 institute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta. The Lethbridge Herald is privileged to join with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta in presenting a panel of Lethbridge and district chartered accountants in a discussion and explanation of the income tax laws as they pertain to the average taxpaper. Audience guestions on income tax points as they affect farmers, small businessmen, working mothers and wage earners will be answered by the panel. Your attendance is invited at this enlightening and constructive open forum. Wednesday, Mar. 7, 7.30 p< Ericksen's Family Restaurant Tickets Free - Admission by Ticket Only. Tickets available at The Lethbridge Herald business office and Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce office. It is suggested that those planning to attend should obtain their tickets as soon as possible. Attendance is limited. A PUBLIC SERVICE - OF - The Lethbridge Herald 'S LTD. :4ty�jjf^i;fy$, 3 Going East G R E A t E S T B U A, Of KNIGHT SCHMIDT and GENDALL MOBILE HOMES All Units On lot MUST BE SOLD. . . Special Discounts on All Spring Orders WE BELIEVE IN QUALITY, LONG TERM FINANCING - UNITS HEATED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE! , REMEMBER . {�-,. You Always BUY FOR LESS at JOE'S . . . Where Old Experience Pays Off For You! ;