Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 13, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta
18-THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, March 13, 1974 Lower mill rate likely, w FURNITURE I Magrath council told CIAL MAGRATH Town council here is forecasting a lower mill rate because of increased last assessment. At a regular meeting Monday night, council was told the present mill rate of 80 may be reduced because a demand for property in the town has df iven up land prices and therefore assessment. Assessment on improvements Missionary heads Merchandise on Sale Thursday, Friday and Saturday March 14, IS and 16. limited Quantities guest speakers for weekend rally ELECTROPHONIC STEREO iSradio g RADIO radio A f% tuning 1 11 _1only Illil PCE. TRADITIONAL CHESTERFIELD SUITE -2 only Jl 4 A -1 Melon Ml 11 Bronze 1 Reg. MULTI-LOUNGER velvet position swivel rf J% rocker recliner 9 I and Green j Reg. ww BRADFORD CASSETTE RECORDER radio C 1 -2 only Raa BBi A RADIO radio el 41 4t player il li -3 only lifji Reg. PCE. 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STEREO -attack Jfl radio CHAM ROCKER -crushed velvet 4 A A ROCKER or tweed-built-in tft fl A 7 only J III Jl gold, blue Reg. nuiD RECORD CHANGER AQfi record changer SUITE BEDS -iomy WIMI vinyl or Iweed SvC -Sold, coral, black Reg. WV fcl SANY0 10" BUOUWHTTETV x S A A easy moving ?l Reg. one -2 only 5 iC and OoW. lr BRADFORD MUM -solid sitte S 11 radio ltog.SM.M I cnx4h0d veAntfl A Reg, RECLMER natThead A OB position J r only (1 Green, W iGoia. -Portable Zellers County Fair Located in ZMtora Shopping Centre on Mayor Magratti Taiopbono 32S-8171 Opan Dally J-.30 am to p.nu, and Friday am to t.OO p.m. PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) A returned missionary on extended homeland furlough will be one of the two guest speakers at the 21st Annual Missionary Rally to' be held Thursday to Saturday this week in the Iron Springs School. Gordon Creighton, who with his wife Norma and three children came to live in Picture Butte last summer, has been busy in recent days with deputation work, showing slides and telling of the work being accomplished on the farm which he managed in Shashamane, 150 miles south of Addis Ababa in troubled Ethiopia. The Creightons hope to return to this same mission station, which also houses a leprosy hospital, and plans are being made for their departure in mid-May. The other guest speaker for the four nights of meetings will be Rev. Ralph Jacobson, the Western Representative for the Soudan Interior Mission, the same organization under which the Mr. Creighton family served in Ethiopia. Slides and films of various mission stations operated by the SIM in Africa will be shown, and special music will be featured. Mr. and Mrs. Norm Hebner of Lethbridge will sing Wednesday, followed by the Mennonite Brethren Quartet of Coaldale, the Lethbridge Evangelical Free Church's mixed choral group, and the Christian Reformed Church Choir from Iron Springs on the three succeeding evenings. Archie Warren of Iron Springs, under whose direction the annual missionary rallies began in 1953, has again been assured of the interest and support of the churches in the area, extending as far as Enchant, Nobleford and Coaldale. District calendar The Coalhurst Legion ladies auxiliary will hold its annual meeting today at 8 p.m. in the Coalhurst Legion Hall... the Coaldale Roman Catholic Separate School district will hold its annual meeting Monday at p.m. at St. Joseph School. The public is invited to attend Canada Pension Plan officer Louis La Place will be in the East Kootenays next week to answer questions on the plan and the old age security and guaranteed income supplement. He will be in the Sparwood town hall Monday from to a.m., Femie city hall, Monday from 1 to 3 p.m., Cranbrook Federal Building, Tuesday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The South In short Unifarm meeting Thursday The region 14 convention for Unifarm will be held Thursday in the Taber Legion Hall. In the morning session, Rudy Susko, local officer for the Alberta Agricultural Development Corporation, will be available to answer questions about credit. Inga Marr, an executive member of Women of Unifarm, will address the convention. In the afternoon, Code Clements, a planner with the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission, will discuss the changes in municipal and rural planning. Helmut Enthrup, Alberta Farmers Advocate, will answer questions about farmers rights. Unifarm vice president Howard Falkenburg will close out the list of speakers. Plant manager honored Fern Paquette, plant manager of Phillips Cables Ltd. at Sentinel, was recently honored for his 25 years with the company. Mr. Paquette started his carer with Phillips Cables at Montreal in 1949. He spent a brief period at the Brockville plant in 1956 and returned to Montreal where he remained until coining to Sentinel in 1965 where he was promoted to plant manager in 1970. He began his career as a laborer and during his years with the firm held such positions as technician supervisor and production superintendant. He was presented with his 25 year pin in Eastern Canada in January. Mr. Paquette, his wife Therese and daughter Chantile reside at Hillcrest. A son Claude is in Edmonton. Area grad gets fellowship PICTURE BUTTE (HNS) Wesley Sorgard. a 1972 Picture Butte High School graduate, was recently awarded a Fellowship under the Federal Provincial Bilingual Program. The Fellowship consists of a travel grant and a university study grant. Wesley is currently attending McGill University, Montreal, majoring in modern languages and music. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Sorgard of Iron Springs. First aid course complete NATAL, B.C. (HNS) Sponsored by the St. John Ambulance Association of Sparwood, a public course in first aid was recently concluded. The course, consisting of 12 lectures of two hours each was held in the Sparwood High School. Instructor for the first aid course was Bernard Keeling of Sparwood. Examiner was Dr. E. R. Luzod, also of Sparwood. Ladies to operate tuck shop BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) A tuck shop, which will be operated by the Ladies Auxiliary to the Crowsnest Pass General hospital, will be opened in the hospital next week. The shop will be operated every afternoon and evening by volunteer help from the ladies auxiliary. The shop will carry cigarettes, candy, knitted woolens and other baby goods as well as magazines. has remained constant. H. C. Poulson, town secretary, is also expecting the provincial government's new program to relieve property owners of school taxation will further reduce the mill rate. But, Mr. Poulson said, the Town has received no official word of the government's intentions and the new mill rate will not be set until details of the plan are announced. In other business: housing survey will be sent to Magrath senior citizens to determine need for a .senior citizen's apartment building. heard a report from the Rodeo Club on preparations for the Magfath 75th Jubilee celebrations July 26 and 27. John Moors was appointed co-ordinator for anti-litter week May 6 to 12. Citizens will be encouraged to clean up yards, paint buildings and plant trees. Residents will be advised to remove obstructions from boulevards and streets and council may sponsor a program to pick up abandoned cars. are being negotiated for renovations to the Magrath Elementary School gymnasium in preparation for the Canada Winter Games. Basketball events will be held here. RCMP office up in air PINCHER CREEK (HNS) Future accommodation for Pincher Creek's RCMP detachment was up in the air Monday as town council rejected tenders for a new police building. The lowest tender was more than compared with an earlier estimate of about Pincher Creek town and rural RCMP detachments are currently housed in separate buildings, and the force had suggested putting both units under one roof. But the RCMP did not want to pay more than a month rent, and the cost of a new building would mean it could not rent for less than a month. It is expected that council will investigate invitational bids for a police building. Bull sale, show set next month The annual Lethbridge Spring Bull Show and Sale is set for April 3 and 4 in the Exhibition Pavilion. Aberdeen Angus lead off the activities with a show at 10 a.m. April 3. A total of 40 Angus bulls will be sold starting at 1 p.m. following the show. Three shorthorn bulls will be sold immediately following the Angus ale. The Hereford show will start at 7 p.m. April 3. The sale of Herefords will start at 1 p.m. April 4 with 175 horned bulls and 43 polled (hornless) bulls offered. The sale is sponsored by the Southern Alberta Cattle Breeders Association with member organizations including the Southern Alberta Hereford Club and the Southern Alberta Aberdeen Angus Club. Private school is approved The Canadian Christian Reform Church was given approval Monday to establish a private school for Grades 1 to 9 in Coaldale. Coaldale town council granted the approval on the condition that the church complies with town building regulations when it establishes the school in the basement of the church building. A definite starting date was not established but it is expected to begin classes this fall. The church is projecting an enrollment of about 50 students. The department of education has granted the church permission to operate the private school in Coaldale.