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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 2, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, June 2, 1973 THI UTHMIDOI HBtAlO Village plan unfolds BELLEVTIE (C N P Bureau) Lawrence Smith, director, and Ted Nicholson, associate planner, of the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission were present at a public hear- ing here to discuss the pro- posed development control by- law for the village. Council gave first reading to the measure. The Pincher Creek Crows- nest Preventive Social Services is now divided into two sep- arate sections. Council authorized pay ment of April and May so the bud- get could be effected. Requisi- tions will remain the same and towns here will now pay only into the Crowsnest Pass divi- sion. No official word has been re- ceived from the department of environment on assistance it will provide on the proposed and water project for the Village of Bellevue. Swim pool hopes to draw over RAYMOND fHNSl Peter Hague, swimming pool direc- tor, has set a new goal for summer swimmers; one that will exceed last year's swimmers. The pool will reopen as soon as the necessary repair work and painting is finished. A windbreak of trees is being planted. The staff will operate with one less than last year. Those assisting Mr. Hague: Michael Taylor, Deanne Jen- sen, Linda Kamitomo, Louise Bridge and Penny Takahashi. Swimming lessons will be given by members of the pool, all trained lifeguards. Those with a family ticket will pay for 10 lessons those not holding a family tick- et will find the price is slightly higher. Swimming ticket rates are set by the Raymond and dis- trict recreation board and town council. DISTRICT Three legs better than two Debbie Warmink and Karen Klaus, right, sneak past racing action at the Noble Central School track meet. Brenda Felger and Patricia Hofman in recent three-legged Blairmore Lions near goal By VERN DECOUX Crownest Pass Bureau BLAIRMORE The Blair- more Lions Club is nearing its objective to raise funds to pur- chase a whirpool bath for the Crowsnest Pass Senior Citizens Home and Nursing Complex now under construction east of the hospital. The Lions, at their annual auction sale, raised which brings their whirpool bath kitty up to the ANNOUNCEMENT The Glenwood, Cowley and Pincher Creek 4-H Beef Clubs wish to invite everyone to the annual 4-H Achievement Day te be held en Monday, June llth at pm. in the Pincher Creek Arena. The lale will be held at p.m. the same day. No admission will be charged. Please come out and support these young people. Recreation meeting set BELLEVUE (CNP Bureau) The Bellevue village council has announced a recreation board meeting has been called for Thursday, June 7, at p.m. It will be held in the Maple- view Hall at Maple Leaf. H. Strong of Calgary SIMCO will discuss types and costs of laying a cement floor in the Bellevue artificial ice arena. SIMCO is the firm that in- stalled the artificial ice plant in the arena. Bellevue residents arc urged to attend. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING VemOn Decouz, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 Red, Yellow, White It makes no difference, we'll paint your house (or barn) inside and out in your favorite color. City or country, free estimates. Guarantee! work with only first quality materials used. Call today for your estimate and avoid long delays. PHONE 328-0363 The sale last year netted the club about Cost of the bath is about The Lions have expressed thanks to all who contributed goods and to those who pa- tronized the event. More district on page 22 Retires June 15 Charles S. Douglas, manager since I960 of the Bow River project of the Prairie Form Rehabilitation Act, retires June 15. At Vauxhall he is active in community affairs. He was the first president of the Vauxhall branch of the Alberta Institute cf Agrolo- gists and was a member of the advisory committee of the Olds Community College. Mrs, Douglas taught school at Vauxhall. T hey will be honored at a tea at 2 p.m. Sunday in the Parkview United Church. WEED INSPECTOR COALDALE (HNS) Jim Taylor, public works supervi- sor, is the weed inspector for 1973. The town is drafting a new weed and nuisance bylaw. NOTICE PROPERTY OWNERS TOWN of FORT MACLEOD A General Assessment ot ail lana, private homes, commercial properties, and businesses will 'be under- taken by members of the Assessment Staff, Depart- ment of Municipal Affairs, Province of Alberta, in the near future for taxation purposes in 1974. The Town Council of Fort Macleod asks for your co-operation in allowing the Assessors to obtain the information they require, and access to your homes as. well as outside improvements, as is necessary. You have the privilege of asking for identifica- tion cards should you so desire. D, L. WHITE SECRETARY-TREASURER TOWN OF FORT MACLEOD Stop our biggest weed proHem. W''d oats cost western Canada million last year in damage to yields, in dockage and in cleaning costs. Use Carbyrie u now and clean up your'own grain in the field. It works. Come in and tind out about Carbyne. Carbyne... the wild oat fighter. Available new at OLIVER INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. 236136th St. North Uthbridge Ph. 327-1571 803.46th Ave. S.E. Calgary Phone 243-5551 OR THE "OLIVER DEALER" NEAREST YOU Portsmouth School district has one school, nine students FOREMOST (Special) Hooper, administra- tive consultant at the Leth- bridge regional office, has in- formed the County of 40-Mile school committee that he has been appointed official trus- tee of the Portsmouth school district. This district contains one school with nine students. The school is situated at the Manyberries Research Sta- tion about 35 miles southeast of Manyberries. M and M MOBILE HOME PARK NOW RENTING IN MACRATH month PHONE 758-3572 EVENINGS PURE WATER AT THE TURN OF A TAP WITH A RESERVOIR FILTER SYSTEM Culligan Water Purification Filtration u! and Beatty Pressure Systems Completely installed.from Reservoir To House and Barn FREE ESTIMATES RESULTS GUARANTEED Pans and service always available PURIFY YOUR WATER FROM 1 O 9 ,50 AND UP Culligan Wafer Conditioning (Lethbridge) Ltd. Taber hikes taxes TABER (HNS) A two-mill hike in the taxation rate for 1973 has been approved by town council. The new rate is 87 mills. It is based on a total assess- ment value of For separate school support- ers, the rate went up three mills to 88. The estimate of revenue and expenditures calls for a small surplus of as compared with a surplus chalked up last year. Total revenue for the year will be of which 500 will come from direct prop- erty COMPARISONS The rale oreakdown, with comparisons with last year, is: school foundation 25.06 school supplementary, public 16.30 separate 17.30 hospital 0.0 health unit 0.46 home for the aged 0.90 and mu- nicipal 44.28 Combined with an increase in assessment, it will bring into the town coffers some which is offset in part by a reduction in municipal assistance grants from the pro- vincial government. A major increase is contribu- tion to capital which includes for the new municipal airport (land purchase and share of construction and machinery purchases up by some In addition to the million expenditures, the waterworks system separately accounted is expected to spend to be balanced by revenue, and show a surplus of Besides direct taxation, charges against property are: pavement frontage sew- er frontage business tax and sidewalk main- tenance tax Oil firm acquires site CRANBROOK Final three-acre land parcel in the original Cranbrook Indus- trial Park, formerly the city airport, has been sold. Indus- trial Commissioner Bruce Mc- Donald reports. It is on Industrial Road and purchaser is Imperial Oil Ltd. for a replacement site for its present one-acre bulk plant, warehouse and office location on arterial Cranbrook St. 500 block. NOW AVAILABLE! "PRArRIE FOOTPRINTS" (A book dealing with the his- tory of the Pendant D' Oreille areo) Price if mailed) Contact: MRS. I. PUDWELL Box 600 Foremoit, Alberta Educationist Ralph Ringdahl ends a 40-year career in education at the end of this month. A recipient of a Centennial Medal in 1967, he has been principal of the Vauxhall School since 1945. Born at he attended the Lutheran College at Camrose and Normal School at Edmonton. Mr. and Mrs. Ringdahl will continue to reside at Vauxhall. Fluids sought by teachers under Educational Opportunities FOREMOST (Special) The County of 40-Mile school committee has approved two projects in county schools un- der the Educational Opportuni- ties Fund. A project submitted by Bow Island Elementary School prin- cipal Garry Law is entitled "developing oral, aural and physical communica tions skills." The second project affecting students at Burdett, Conquer- ville, Etzikom and Manyber- ries schools will be under the direction of Allan Doig. Both projects are for three years. They will now be submitted to Edmonton to the department of education. School districts can qualify for an outright grant of up to per elementary school pu- pil, annually, for three years on the basis of written proposals approved by the department of education. BOB TRECHKA EXCAVATING Backhoe and Loader SERVICES PHONE 7324440 PICTURE BUTTE your The Lethkidge Herald Correspondent in Your Area CLARESHOLM (PAUL ANDERSEN 235-3581 M. M. GRIMSEN (SP) 235-3615 COALDALE MRS. PETER TYMBURSKI 345-3921 I COUTTS I MRS. HENRY HACKE 344-3782 t C. A. WEEKES 628-3801 COWLEY CRANBROOK, B.C. NANCY MILES ___.................... 426-3232 1 DEL BONITA j G. E. DALTON 653-2181 I' Contact these people for your District News I or Classified Advertising HEY GANG! THE COALDALE SWIMMING POOL'S Admission Children 20c Students 35c, Adults 50c 1201 N. Mayor Magrath Dr. WfouifurMwT Ph. 327-7867 l" HOURS OF OPERATION (UNTIL JUNE 22 INCLUSIVE) a.m. ADULTS WAKER-UPPER SWIM CLUB PUBLIC SWIMMING MONDAY FRIDAY Moms and Moms W Tots Swim p.m. MONDAY FRIDAY p.m. and p.m. SATURDAY p.m. and SUNDAY- p.m. and p.m. ADULTS ONLY (18 and over) TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS p.m. WADING POOL FREE PRIVATE RENTAL Pool is available for private rental Monday thru Friday p.m. COST: 65c per person per hour Minimum SEASON TICKETS Children (12 and under) 6 Students 8 Adult................... Family For further jnforamtion Phone Recreation Office 345-3746, Swimming Pool 345-3960 ;