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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 16, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta July LETHBRIDGE HEHALD-13 Northern students visit Fort FORT MACLEOD Visitors at Fort Macleod recently were 25 Grade four and five students from the Saddle Lake Day School. The group received an Alberta RCMP Century Celebrations grant to tour. Maple in and Fort Macleod and Gleichen in Alberta. Indian culture teachers at the school Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Cardinal made native dress for the students and taught them native dances. Large crowds of tourists and local citizens turned out for the students' two perfor- mances on the east lawn of the Fort Museum. The Net-aid' District Kindergarten at Coalhurst not dead yet The South In short Barnwell's request rejected TABER The hamlet of Barnwell will not be covered by a development control order. An application by the Taber MD council for such an order was not approved by the provincial planning board. The board said that such an order would be in conflict with the regulations as there are no legally defined boundaries for the hamlet. The application for development control was made on the recommendation of the Barnwell Improvement and spelled out the area proposed for control. Iron Springs couple honored IRON SPRINGS Friends and relatives gathered at a par- ty in the Huntsville School recently to honor Janice Evans and Barry both of Hay to celebrate their forthcoming marriage. Fletcher Baskin was master of ceremonies for the evening. The program included musical numbers by the and Wesley a reading by Mrs. Lois and a biographical skit presented by the Baskin and Miller children. Gifts were presented to the couple. They were assisted in opening the gifts by Mr. and Mrs. Don Erno of Raymond and Diane Erno and Duane Casson. In attendance that evening were Janice's Mr. and Mrs. Jack Evans of and her brother Doug Evans of Calgary. Application deadline extended TABER The date for filing applications for assistance under the wild oat control program has been extend- ed from July 2 to Aug. 1974. The announcement was made following a recent meeting of the Taber MD council. The control program is a function of the local agricultural service board. The maximum benefit to each ratepayer is and is based on one-third of the purchase price of herbicide provided by the board. A minimum of five gallons will draw the maximum grant. Oldman Canoe Rally draws to a close These were the last two canoes to touch the bank as the weekend Oldman Canoe Rally finished up at Fort Macleod. Terry Barton and Larry of Medicine were the last ones to finish the two-day rally. Coming in with them were Barry Barton and Mike One Owl. The rally got its start Saturday when 13 canoes and a kayak were put in the water near Pincher Station. The rally flotilla spent the night at Brocket before continuing on Sunday. At Brocket the rally members were met by a native war party and entertained by native dancers. Sponsors of the 50-mile rally were the Napi Friendship Centre in Pincher the Pinch- er Creek Recreation Department and the Fort Macleod Recreation Department. Members of the Calgary Canoe Club helped stage the event. number of women in this community are determined that the Coalhurst kindergarten program will continue this fall. According to a report from Mrs. Jean a meeting was held recently in Mrs. Vi- vian Delude's attended by seven mothers of kindergarten age children. The women organized a local advisory committee with Mrs. Connie Mrs. Betty Mrs. Gloria and Mrs. Jean Lumley and Mrs. Vivian advertising. It was agreed that Mrs. Nicol and Mrs. Freda Leverick will try to arrange a meeting with County Coun- cillor Jim Nicol and the Coalhurst Canadian Legion Branch to draw up a contract for the term. Mrs. Watmough was delegated to get an estimate on the cost of renovating the Legion Hall in order to get a 1974-75 kindergarten licence. The committee agreed that the kindergarten will accept children who will be five years old before Feb. 1975. A monthly fee is estimated at There was also discussion of a program for four year olds. The committee's next meeting will be held July 23 at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Delude. COUncil High school progressing approves access B.C. Responding to an appeal from Cloverlawn Development city council has given approval in principle to a development firm's applica- tion for highway access to its 30 acre land assembly. council made it clear the approval does not yet cover a developer city land use contract prepared but not yet negotiated. Cloverlawn's announced project for the land assembly east of provincial arterial Cranbrook Street and near North 12th Street involves an estimated million im- mediate development of a 40 to 45 store shopping centre initially. Future plans call for a similar class townhouse apartment complex southeastward to the corner of North 2nd Street and 20th better kjicvvr. as Vic- toria Avenue. First contingency for Cloverlawn's project is approval by the provincial highways department for ICentre Village Mall I I I LADIES' TERRY SLIPPERS Assorted colors 1.99' SPECIAL Ladies' Bras Broken Size Range I. 1.29 tO 1.89 SPECIAL......... i 50 e 89 Floral assorted colors and sizes I LADIES' PANTIES Reg. 1.29 pr. LADIES' SUMMER GLOVES Assorted sizes and fabrics 49 I I I Reg. 1.49 to 2.49 SPECIAL BOYS' SQUALL NYLON JACKETS Assorted colors and styles Rag. 2.99 1 00 Phone 329-0037 SAVE ON EACH OF THESE SPECIALS 20NLYI5H.P.ESKA OUTBOARD MOTORS With built-in tank j. SPECIAL 1 16 FT. V-STERN CANOE Fibreglass constructed Reg. SPECIAL 1 ONLYI16' FIBREGLASS CANOE Orange or Green Rig. SPECIAL I I I I 1 ONLY1 12' ALUMINUM BOAT by Thornes access from Cranbrook Street to its property. A mile long secondary road to the rash of shops and businesses flanking arterial Cranbrook Street strip has been allowed four access roads over the course of several years to its southern limit. This was the former north city developed prior to present emphasis on zoning and provincial regulation. Consequently its developed service stations and businesses already had in- dividual access without reference to a secondary as is now required. Cranbrook's Baker Street business centre people are without an elected represen- tative on council. Taber MD sets tax rate TABER Following acceptance of a number of re- quisitions from educational and other the Taber Municipal District Council has approved its 1974 budget calling for expen- ditures of up more than from last year. Council also approved a tax rate of 73.3 mills a decrease of 2.4 mills from last year. Depending on affiliation with separate school and fire protection mill rates in the MD will vary down to 71.3 mills. Taxes will bring into the dis- trict coffers some compared with last year. A substantial increase in government grants raises other income from to for 1974. Requisitions accepted school foundation Taber School Division supplemen- separate school Taber Foundation and Provin- cial Planning Board Respective mill rates School Foundation Program public school supplemen- separate school Taber Alberta planning municipal health un- agricultural service fire protection area No. and fire protection area No. 1.0. A balanced budget for 1974 was adopted. Last year a sur- plus of was reported. Tax notices are in prepara- tion and are expected to be in the mail to some ratepayers by the end of August. A discount of five per cent is allowed on current taxes paid MAGRATH Construction is well underway on the new Magrath High which replaces a high finished in 1929 when high school classes moved from the second storey of the old public school. The new high school is being built in front of the elemen- tary school and the industrial arts shop. A two-storey music room is planned between the gym- nasium and the arts building. An extension east to the gym entrance will accommodate locker facilities for the washrooms. Students and staff are hopeful the new building will be finished in time for use when the fall term begins. Labor assistance payments promised EDMONTON Agriculture Minister Hugh Horner announced Monday that applications for assistance under the labor assistance for livestock facilities program are being processed and Alberta farmers will receive their cheques soon. The minister said in a news release that reim- bursement claims amounting to million have been processed and an additional claims now are being dealt with. He said the claims have been averaging about each. 4 BIG DAYS JULY 17-20 SERVING NORTH and SOUTH LETHBRIDGE 7 DAYS A WEEK 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. From Two Locations Norbridge Shopping Centre 23rd Street North and 1016 9th Avenue South DAYS STRAWBERRY JAM SUGAR DUNCAN HINES CAKE MIXES MM SLICED BREAD LIQUID DETERGENT SUNLIGHT Z4II. oz. plastic CANADIAN BRANDS CIGARETTES REGULAR SIZE 200's carton KING SIZE 200's carton 59 CANADA DRY GINGER ALE PEPSI and COCA-COLA 4 59 LIBBYS TOMATO JUICE 2811. 01. bottlw for 44 OLD DUTCH POTATO CHIPS 8 oz. net Tri-PKk t- T f f KING SIZE TIDE 5-lb.niiwt. 2 QUEENS DONUTS 3 doz. 1 PRODUCE B.C. CHERRIES ik TOMATOES 14 ORANGES UN s i. 'NEW POTATOES BC 10i119 FROZEN FOODS BEL AIR LEMONADE on U CARNATION HASH BROWNS ;