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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 28, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ____________________.-----Monday, fcbrunry 58, 1972 THF lETHBHIDOt HERA1D 3 FIRST PLACE WINNER Bob Rogers of Nobleford accepts on from Milo Borfuss of tethbridge, regional 4-H supervisor. Mr. Rogers placed firsl in the provin- cial junior rod row plols. II took place at ihe annual awards mglil of the Barons- Noble Multi 4-H Club al the Nobleford Legion Hall. -Lucinda Luchia Photo 16.4 million construction authorized for rural RDEK NATAL (IINSl Residential building in the Regional Dis- trict of Easl Kootcnay extra- urban areas was up .substan- tially in 1371 from IflTO. The KDKK issued 551 build- ing, plumbing, moving and de- molition permits last year, up 12-5 from irtTO. Construction covered by these permits, however, was valued al about half Ihe 1970 value of which was a record. New dwelling permits totall- ed 110 in 1971 compared to 97 the previous year and 242 per- mits were issued for summer cottages and lourist accommo- dation units compared lo 50 in 1970. Residential building in 1971 accounted for 53 per cent of the total. In 1070, 16 per cent of the total was residential. A permit to NuWcst Develop- ment Corporation for 87 con- dominium unite near Winder- mere, valued al gave a large boost both to the num- ber and percentage score for residential buildings. Draw battle line CRAM3ROOK (Special) Cily council, further exploring plans and estimates for a SI.5 to ?1.7 million arena complex for Bclmoat Park, may have set off a ratepayer skirmish over city money bylaw needs. The ultimate confrontation Mill be bslwcen preferr- ing lo upgrade and secure an ample safe walcr supply and payer debt, mill rale heavily. The previous week in similar resolution form council au- lliorizcd Associated Engineer- ing Services, its long-time con- aullant, to ujxiate its walcr im- provement plans and estimates in a I9H) report which recom- mended start "as soon as pos- sible." In Stephan Alchi.son al- dislrihution system in a period clermcn then, piloted to third evlraordinary population growth, and those preferring recreation facilities. To ap- rcading a money bylaw for S2.23 million to carry out AES recommendations for this im- prove both would load Ihe rale-1 lial stage on the Joseph-Gold Child care centre being organized Creek plan which would insure volume and qualily of walcr for which is tliree.times as many as it was serving then. The department of muni- cipal affairs intervened at that point and refused to permit vote and final reading on Ilia grounds the city could not af- ford this indebtedness then. Education costs million CLAHES1IOLM (UN'S) Kd- uealioji in Alberta is .so imnor- liint Ihal last year we spent well over million lo edu- cate less than half a million children and young citizens. People, in spile of this, show a fantastic degree of careless- ness and indifference to Ihe whole subject, especially in the areas. Home and school associations are dying out and school Ixiard mcelmgs which re open lo Ihe public usually take place without any parent or taxpayer showing them- selves for months al a time. School trustees are usually re- elected Mine after lime with no one bothering lo nominate any- one until someone resigns. To try to stimulate some in- terest in this area which ulli- affocls onr very way of life and civilization the govern- ment has sel the week of March 6, as Education Week. There will be special displays and demonstrations at some ot the scliools in the division to stimulate more interest by citi- zens and show what improve- ments have been made and what improvements can be made in the fultue. At tin Composile High School at Claresholm, which serves the whole of the Willow Creek School Division, there will be Open House from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday, March. 6. There will be continuous displays in the departments of welding, auto- motives, electricity, drafting, and industrial arts. library will be open for inspection as well as the biology and mathe- matics rooms. There will be a display of physical education equipment and films in the gym room. Gwen Chambers, the beauty culture teacher, will present a special demonstra- tion methods used al. p.m. Neil Redding will demon' stralc physics and chemistry lessons in room 253 at 8 p.m. District rancher Sherm Swing will give a short talk and show a film he produced of the busi- ness education area at p.m., and in room No. Ed Meyerhoffer. will pre- sent a continuous disp lay of drafting in room 359. Wdo Bar- buto will be in charge of lan- guage lab demonstrations. Scout troops lo be formed BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) The Blairmorc Boy Scout Group Committee has decided on sale March 1 and Ihe draw lo be made March 30. A ladies' auxiliary group of CHAXBROOK (Special! Starling wilh practical service it already has operating, an Ea5[ Koolcnay Association is organizing toward a child care society, Involvement of the public in its operation is a se- rious objective of this group, temporarily headed by Dr. R. G. Buddciihagen Kimbcrley, who fielded Ihc idea initially Pending an acceptable con- sliliiLion and election of perma- nent officers, Ashley Oliver is chairman of Ihe Cranbrook committee already operating such a facility. This is a rural private home where socially disturbed children up to 12 years old, dislocated from their homes, in Cranbrook re- ceive home care. lo form a Seoul Troop as soon i Cub and Scout mothers is lo as possible for outgoing cubs J Ire formed to support "scout- and for other lads interested in j ing" in bate sales, banquets, scouting. i camping and oilier aclivilic-s. A draw for three !'JO food i Cub and Seoul mothers arc to hampers is organized lo be contacted in regard to sup- raise funds and tickets will be porting this puipose. OPEN TONIGHT HAVE THAT SINKING FEELING about your ETAX Sail on down lo your near- by H R BLOCK office- ond say "Con Voyage" lo your tox troubles. We'll RETURNS prepare, double check, end guarantee ilia occur- ocy of your rolurn. Our tniirp is ot your service. wo Ruannlen accuraln preparation of tax relurnTj II we makp any mws that cost ycu any penally or in- wn will pay only Inal penally or Interim. (anada'i Largcil Taj Service Wilh Over Office! In North Amerlcl 815 THIRD AVE. SOUTH 9-9 Wccktlnyi, 9-5 Saturday Phono 327-3712 NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY ALL-ROUND TROPHY WINNERS Coaldale and Dis- trict Fish and Game Association honored top sportsmen recently. From Icfl, Edwin (Tex) Wiebe, Kimura's Sporting Centre Trophy for most fishing points; Gerald Molnar, Canada Packers Lid. Trophy for most big game points; and Ed Owen, Marlens Pro Hardware Trophy for mosl bird points. They are all from Coaldalc. Mary Tymburski Photo Tlic open house program will IJG c[ parliculur interest lo Die Grade 1J, students who will want to know what various programs arc available in ihc academic and vocational areas. In a IclLcr lo (he Grade 9, studcnls (lie principal. Dan J. LcGrandeur, sajs we think Icrimin'g can be fun, if one is gvcn the rifihl place and the right people with the right attitude. Tic Invites Ihc students of Grade 9, to "please come and meet the staff, some of our student body, sonic of our alumni and take a pood look at our school." "We think you will like what you sec." Also included in the open house- will be demonstrations on how to make "five muiulo fudge" in room 355 and how to make a lined skirt. There will even be a telecommunication demonstration in Room ]55. Students taking the vccalion- il programs can shorten I heir future training period at tech- nical institutions as much as one year in a numljcr of trades. CLARE5HOLM IS PROUD OF ITS FIREFIGHTERS Members of Claresholm's volun- Icer fire brigade pose with the scrapbaok which formed pad of Iheir enlry in winning firsl place in Alberla and Ihird in Ihe nation far fire prevention work. From lefl, Dick Komakiwaji, scrapbook chairman; Ron Charlrand, public relations; Bill Opp, depuly chief; and, foreground. Fire Chief Don Bush. Paul Andersen Photo MAYOR FOR A DAY Scout Robert Price, First Taber Troop, learns the intricacies of being chief administrator of the Town of Taber os he receives instructions on con- ducting a town council meeting from Mayor Arthur H. Avery. The. Court of revision at council today PINCHER CHEEK (Special) i Appointed to the court src A courl of revision for the j Qlvslager, J. _ _ B' J' Burns and Major A. Ames. town for 1972 will be held Mon- day, Feb. at the regular council meeting. Is On the Way! Start using the Government's own rules to save a bundle on income tax. MRS. NOBLE REMEMBERED Thn Nobleford United Cliurch was Ihc scene of o dedication ceremony rerjard- inc] n pulpit lamp cind communion table candles placed in Ilio church in mumory of Iho lalo Mri. Jean D. Noble. Hcic's, n perfectly legal way in use the Government's own rules In save on income tax. The Government has a law lliat in eflect tllf yon for your retirement, we'll let you pjy as much as into a icgisicrcd retirement plan, and we'll let you knock it oil your income'1. So you merely lower la.viblc income by pulling up lo in our registered retirement sav- ings plan and don't pay Ilk- mi it. Say you ic niaincd. iun i hildrcn. and earned lificcn s.iml in Depending en I lie pioviiu'c you Inc. in >OIH' i.ix could amounl In winch is a bundle in any man's language. 'lo !op il all thcmonc) save can make more money.., Ls.sculinlly there are four you can do this. us hues! it'in Mocks. You have us invest it Tor a guaranicod talc of micrcsl. Yon can h.-m- us invest il ill income IvmK and mpilcagex youi moii'-y up n ,ih: viy combination of these three ihcnialn I he bcaulv ol it ou can .'K luallv control ihe, combination a-. need'- thaiigc the >ear-. I'c't Voulcl'invent in slocks- Tor for long-tcrni.crow ill. And then as you-get closer lo iciircmcnt joii might want 10 swiich lo a guaranlecd interest rale. can change voiii' combnia- again and again. This mcam >0111 plan is llcxible al all tunes ,MI L an rcl IMII '.ini u .ml il. n Canada Trust Jrd AMT. ai St. When you eventually choose to withdraw it, you have to pay taxes on il at that lime, of course. But this is what's most important. You pay tax on your money when you decide to pay Tins means later, when jou'ic likely in a lower lax bracket. Tin's has led sonic lo tall urn plan a tax shelter. One fellow we know plans in pay into il for years, wateh it grow, then take il out lo replace, normal income while he lazes in Majorca. lint lei's face il. the real bcneln .'onies from leaving it'in Til vpii ulirr. It's especially valuable K-i.ur.r wv don't have a lol of salesmen out making calls, Ihcicloic don't lo pay sales commis- sions. JiM call us lo gel slaned. But donT put it oil'. You can't deducl anv deposits Horn 1971 income after I ncsday. I'ebinary ?vlili. So light fire with Inc. Make Ihc inles voil, to; i.-i. S.n e a bundle on in..omc I r.. I'honc us now ;