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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 27, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Soturdoy, Juno 37, 1970 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD 3 of Distri 38 Businesses COALDALE (HNS) There nre .'tU businesses here accord- ing to a brochure published by the provincial department of in- dustry and tourism. The brochure was circulated at a recent meeting of town council. It was noted there arc .18 es- tablishments named in the li- censing code section. Hits Discount COALDALE (HNS) Town council will not discontinue the tax discount policy for early taxpayers. At the annual meeting a con- cerned citizen wanted to see this discount removed. He said overall taxes had to be in- creased to allow for this dis- count. Council, at a recent meeting, said this was not the case. Arts, Crafts TABER (HNS) All local children and young people arc being offered the opportunity to by out all sods of arts and crafts, including ceramics, weaving, painting, copper work, copper enameling, kite making, photography and others. Recently a 52-foot trailer roll no registration program being cd into Tsber. preparatory to a two week program workshop which nms from a.m. to if p.m. Monday through Friday with a noon hour recess. There i charge, the sponsoed by the cultudal devel- opment branch, department ol the provincial secretary, and the Taber regional recreation council. Commended COALDALE (HNS) The Coaldale Volunteer Fire Bri- MARK ANNIVERSARY _ Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin G- Dunn of Picture Butfe celebrate their wedding anniversary with an open house and dance Saturday, July 11, in the Sundial Hall. The open house will be held in the afternoon, the dance that evening. They were married July 13, 1910, at Osakis, Minn. They farmed at Sundial until 1951 when they retired and moved to Turin. They have 51 grandchildren and 39 great-grandchildren. They request that no gifts be brought. Hospital Career AWARDS Applications are invited for the Annual Odd Gennes Hospital CAREER AWARDS 3 Awards In the amount of are available lo students living in and attending High School in the Taber General Hospital District who apply for and are accepted into a recognized school of training for Nurs- ing, Radiology, Laboratory, Physiotherapy Medical Records. The wards will be awarded to students who cur- rently graduate from High School with acceptable aca- demic standing. Application forms which must be completed and in the possession of the Hospital Administrator by August 1st of each year are available at the Taber General Hospital. Scholarships Awarded At Sparwood SPARWOOD ing of scholarships and bur- saries ceremony was held at the S'parwood Secondary School recently. Scholarships were awarded to the following: B.C. Bakery Scholarship. Lynn Thomson: St. Michael's CWl, Vocational Scholarship, Robert Eberts; Renal Antediluvian Order of Buffaloes Bursary, Nancy Ed- wards; Knights of Columbus, Father Anthony Council No. 4455, Doric Bevilacqua. George Sofko Memorial Awards were presented by Mrs. Sofko to Nancy Janco, Randy ieechj Grade ihak, John Cytko, Grade 9; i'andra Berdusco, Grade 10; Lori Woj- Sharon Holley, Grade 11; Thomson, Dorothy Wet- :stein, Grade 12. Honor roll awards presented m behalf of the bo-ird cf rzhool trustees, School District No. 1 were presented by B. Bevilac- qua to Dorothy Wettstein, Bar- bara Janco, Phylis Musil, San- Ira Pctovello, Joanne Gris, Anne Katriehak, Kathy Janco and Joanne Ross. Assessment Appeals Heard TABER (HNS) In a re- ent three day sitting of the Taber MD court of revision, n unusually large number of ssessment appeals were leard. Final property assessment eductions are not reported due the numbers involved, but ome general trends are noted. MD secretary treasu r e r Douglas Francis said there was slight reduction on all Crown 'azing leases and permits to with govern m e n t atings for grazing lands. Reductions were also granted 'here the court felt duplica- ions in assessments had" oc- urred, and a number of as- essments were confirmed as nitially posted. gadc was commended at a re- cent low., council meeting, A small fire in the hospital re- cently brought firemen to the scene in minutes flat. The fire was due to sonic overheating w-h e n plumbers were doing some work at Ilia hospilal. Swirn At City COALDALE (HNS) Chil- dren of school age in the south- ern county will have the opportunity to go swimming at the Henderson Lake Swimming Pool at Lethbridge again tliis summer. The southern county regional recreation beard is sponsoring the swim program Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fri- day commencing Wednesday, July 1 and continuing until schools reopen. A bus will leave the John Da- vidson School at Coaldale on those days of the week at 3.m. Children will be in the pool from about until 3 p.m. Extend Hours COALDALE (HNS) Hours at the Coaldale and District Centennial Library this su'm- ner will be extended on Satur- days. Instead of closing for the sup- >er hour, the library will re- nain open from 2 to 9 p.m. A summer program will be conducted at the library every Tuesday and Thursday from to 3 p.m. The library will be open Tues- days and Thursday from 3 to 5 p.m. Councillor Ben Hcimer said the library trees in front pruned. Decoux Photo. DEDICATION CEREMONY Jack L Ashby, chairman of the board, Kaiser Resources Ltd., at ceremonies held at the Elkview Kaiser mine site at Natal, unveils the plaque dedicating the new coal plant. Seated are, left to right, Ian D. Sinclair, president and chief executive officer of CP Rail and W. Douglas Stewart, MP for Okanagan-Kootcnay. Taber Air Landing Strip Proposal Revived By Industrial Development Bv ROSS GIBD ber Provincial Park access Home Marks Birthday August 17 C'n AN BROOK (Special) The Dr. Green Memorial Homo Society will mark its llth year of home operation with an ear- ly afternoon tea and bake sale there Monday, Aug. 17, tinder auspices o( the ways and means committee. In this llth year it continues at capacity occupation and with generous recent help basi- cally from the Auxiliary to the Royal Canadian Legion it has been possible to renew all worn cut linen at fCOO, and also dish- es. Costly Teeth' CLAHESHOLM Town of CViresholm believes in putting teeth in its dog bylaw. A recent appeal case cost town taxpayers It result- ed in a conviction s n d a ?25 fine. board requested of the library be Bears Win At Turin TURIN (HNS) The Turin School held its meet recently. Pupils were annual track divided into groups called Bears, Cougars and Tigers. Total points won by each group were Bears, 171; Cou- gars, 135; and Tigers, 120. Winners of various events were es follows: DASHES Boys, Class A: Billy SfronsH; B, Perry Mschacek; C, Terry Sauchuk; D, Kelly Haugnian; E, Keith warnock. Girls, Class A. Mona Dunn; B, Deb- bie Hormoth; C, Darla Bert 0: ARE YOU SURE YOUR CAR TIRES ARE SAFE FOR YOUR DOMINION DAY TRIP? BAD Shocks Brakes Balance Alignment ARE DANGEROUS TOOI -So don't take chances en becoming a statistic an appointment Monday for a FREE SAFETY CHECKI Better Let The TIRE EXPERTS AT KIRK'S Give 'em a FREE SAFETY INSPECTION TO BE SURE! 1 If you need new (ires j Get UNIROYAL FASTRAK 78 SERIES WIDE BELTED TIRES NOW SPECIALLY PRICEDI Size F7Bxl4, Blk. wall With Trade, AS LOW AS ONLY 29 .95 Spoils Car Enthusiasts! LOOKING FOR E.T, MAG WHEELS You can't go wrong by selecting from our Groovy slock of real winners All at reasonable prices too Come in See! KIRK'S Tiro Sales ltd. LETHBRIDGE-1621 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5985 TARER-6201 50th Avenuw Phone 273-34H1 FERNIE, B.C.-Phone 423-7746 Juhar; E, Lorraine Beaulieu. RUNNING HIGH JUMP Class A: Billy Stronskl; B, Perry Maehaeek; C, 'Barry Warnock and Ray Feenslra D, Kelly Haughian; E, Tony Woodcock. Girls: Class A: Mona Dunn; B, Deb- bie Hormoth; C, Michelle Bailey; D, Anita Juhar; E, Jo Anne Mehalko, Gail Trofanenko and Lorraine Beaulieu (all RUNNING BROAD JUMP ioys, Class C: Terry SauciiucVr D, Myron Maehaeek; E, Warnock. Girls, Class C: Michelle Bailey; D, Anita luhar; E, Jo Anne Mehalko. STANDING BROAD JUMP Boys, Class A: Roy Thomas; 5, Shawn Saddler. Girls, Class A: Lana Oseen; B, Ter- ry Juhar. THREE-LEGGED RACE Boys, Class A: Gerald Fspworth, Clancy Holthe. Girls, Class A: Cheryl Paskal, Lana Oseen; B, Lori Trofanenko, Connli Cook. SOFT-BALL THROW Boys, Class B: Darcy Beaulieu; C, Terry Sauchuk; D, Kelly Haughian; E, Jimmy Berenf. Girls, Class C: Darla Berent; D, Anita Juhar; E, Lorraine Beaulieu. TUG-OF-WAR Boys, Class A and B: Franklin Mc- Rae, Clancy Holthe, Michael Rfittie, Roy Thomas, Shawn Sadler, Eric Herald IS'ews Service TABER A long time proposal of an air landing strip for the Taber district was received at a recent meeting of the town's industrial development commission. Doubling as industrial co-or-dinator, town superintendent Bent Madsen was requested to present to the commission, plan proposals for locating a landing field on the Alberta Coal Company property purchased a year ago by the town. Mr. Madsen will also give rough cost estimates for doing the necessary earth work for such a project. Plans for locating an air field of minimum acceptable size north of Taber were developed some two years ago, but the procurement of privately owned property adjacent to land made available by the Taber MD shelved the project. The commission noted that the proposed location would be reasonably adjacent, to the to be pave d this year, making the location easily accessible from both highways 3 and 36. The meeting approved the format of a Taber Industrial Survey now nearing the publication stage, considered a crop production survey for interesting further agricultural industry to the district, and voted to submit to the town council a final report on the Nursing Home for Taber General Hospital and Taber School Division No. 6 to Pti crpc 1 1 ji nominate representatives to sit t) H m Sil cern are discussed. 1 NEWS These Are I Ttalethkidge Herald Correspondents In Your Expanding TABER (HNS) Two Taber businesses are being relocated to accommodate the expanding trades. The former Taber Auto Body Shop building on 50lh Ave. at 53rd St., recently purchased by Leavitt's Plumbing, is being remodelled for early occupancy. The firm will vacate its property on 48th Ave. Taber Plumbing Ltd. operated for many years. The Farmers' Market, tenant in the body shop building, was obliged to move to a new location east of 54th St. on 50th Ave., immediately east of the Tel-Star dry cleaning MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY PO Box NANCY MIIES (Special) 304 5th SI MRS. THEKIA EHNES OEM. Landscape Area MAGRATH (HNS) Ma-grath Civic Building grounds are being landscaped under the direction of Bon Ehlert of Edmonton. The new building will Je officially opened on birthday July GEOFF. TAGG Rot MRS THEKIA EHNF3 these people for your District Newt or Classified I AGRA MART LETHBRIDGE I 1 GIANT Voc BeaulJEi Class A and B: Lori Holt Debbie Hormpth, Roxanna Thomes, Barbara 5chmidlker Mary Eve Karazr Lori Mona. Dunn and Cindy Simmons. SHUTTLE RELAY Boys, Class B: Ferry Maehaeek, Patrick Quewecancs, Petsr T I m m, Darcy Beaulieu; C, Terry Saucrtuk, Conrad Vegter, Barry Warnock, Eric Vogel; D, Lawrenca Papworth, Gary Simmons, Gregory carver. Nor man Elaschuk; E, Myron Machacek, Gail Trofanenko, Sharon Stronskl, Kenny Shono. Girls, Class B: Debbie Hormoth, Judy Dunn, Susan McRae, Terry Juhar; C, Darla Berent, Karen Staufh, Tracy Oseen, Shiela Warnock; D, Ani- ta Juhar, Michelle Bailey, Donna Bil- cik, Lennca Oseen. I I I I Pictured is Dr. Mark GehmHch vho graduated from the Uni- of Alberto with a degree i medicine. He will intern for j 3 year at the Foothills Hospital I in Calgary. Mark Hie sen of Mrs. E-Jnn 'Gehmlich) Sfewori and the late 'rili R. Gehmlich. He received lis formal education in Picture lutle ,a radon lino, from the Pic- 'ure Butte Hiah School in 1953. j He attended the University of J'ah, Salt lake City year, ihen spent a two year mission n New Mexico for the IDS "hurch.' He took his rpre-med at I.Y.U., Provo, Utah and mar- led Jeonnie of Rcxbura, dnho. Or .and Mrs'. Gehmlich iovc one child, Heidi Joon, CLOSE OUT SALE WE ARE CLOSING OUR LETHBRIDGE OPERATION! VERSATILE PARTS I I I I I I I I WHILE THEY IAST 20% Off Regular Ibl Price Cash Pries Only SMALL WADER ENGINES 20% OFF! 7.25, 9 and 10 h.p. SWATHERS 2-10 ft. new Versatile propelled V.G. 4 merer. Regular J3067.QQ. Closing Out Special 103 self- Type Swother Regular S75. Closing Out Special transport. USED EQUIPMENT SPECIALS TRACTORS John Deera 830D Electric Starf Recent motor overhaul New paint. Regular 53500. 419000 Closing Out Special Allii Cholniers D21 791 Hrt. Duali Cab Turbo Charged Excellent. Regular Closing Oul Spetial Minneapolii Moline G1000 Factory change overs clone. Regular Closing Oul COOCfi Special COMBINES 1-Now 420 Versotila Self-Propelled Combine. 13 Tabls V-8_Chrysler Engine. Reduced lo t.. r. Case 600 Self Propelled Cab and Cutting Equipment. Regular Closing Out Special Massey Ferguion 410 Self Propelled. Cab 10 ft. McCoy Renii Pickup. Hesston Straw Chopper. Good, Regular Closing Out Special Massey Ferguson 300 Self Propelled. S ft. McCoy Ronn Pickup. Slraw Spreader. Good. Regular Closing Oul SWATHERS ft. l.H.C. Model 175 Self Pro- pelled. VG4 motor. Excellent unit. Regular Closing Out Special All EQUIPMENT AND PARTS NEW OR USED LISTED ON SPECIAL PRICES Will BE SOLD ON A CASH NO TRADE BASIS F.O.B. IETHBRIDGE. THESE PRICES ARE IN EFFECT UNTIL JUNE 30, 1970. Shop and Office Furniture will be sold at reduced prices May viewed at our store! I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Lbhop and Office Furniture will be sold at reduced prices May viewed at our store! _ _Ji ;