Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
Taber ID rebuilding to cost millions Bull sale March 25 By HOSS GtBB Hcrahl News Service TABER Rebuilding pro- gram, estimated lo cost ?6 mil- lion, is indicated in the annual report of. tho Taber Irrigation District. Only one-sixth of the total program, extending over the next five years, and costing more than ?t million, can be predicted. The present input rale of per annum by tlio TID and Ihe provincial government into the rehabilitation fund was the basis of the five-year pro- jection involving tho following work: 1072 extend lining in Lateral G, Big Bend, relocate and extend lining lat- eral 3, enlarge lateral 15, Horsefly to Taber Lakes, Early slarl Cor Craiibrook 1972 United Appeal drive r CRANBROOK (Special) Annual meeting of Cranbrook United Appeal decided to name tts fall drive committee earlier Ibis year toward a quick fall camp'aign. Us third drive re- turned slightly over (or Us dozen member agencies, above the 1970 tally and highest tally yet. However, pre- liminary objective was Member agencies must sub- mit their budgets and UA re- quirements by spring for re- view by the board so that lotal needs can be determined. They are also required to volunteer team captains and canvassers. Decision was made for more Hrive concentration on small regularly pledged amounts eith- er through payroll deduction or voluntary bank account trans- fers. Though short of Its objec- tive, UA met all the approved amounts for its participating organizations. However, appli- cation lor affiliation by two additional organizations was de- dined. Excellent drive services by chairman Hugo Hess, Ben Tho- mas, Frank Neads, Dr. Frank Fergie, Mrs. James Webster, Mrs. John liayson. Mrs. P. B. Pullinger and Gordon Pascuzro returned them !.a the board, to which Wayne Hassel was also added. Mrs. Dusan Tadcy serv- ed as board chairman. E. D. Teeizel is secretary treasurer. The board will elect its officers at its April meeting. Hlar better with the ZenithSs ever made. If your hearing IDES Is mild, theZ-70 maybe exeetly what yoiiVe been looking for. If not, we carry other Zenith niodels and styles (o match afmost any loss a hearing aid can help. Prices start at And in tlie price of every Zenith Hearing Aid, we in- clude, st no additional cost a hearing testj the skill and experience in selecting the aid that will be most benefi- cial to you, as well as the personal after-purchase ad- justments ot setting and consultation so necessary to Insure your satisfaction. LEISTIR'S MUSIC LTD. Paramount Theatre Bldg. Phone 328-4080 doings KC bonspie! BLAinMORE (CNP Bureau' The Knights of Columbus an nual district bonspiel will be held in Uic Blairmore Ice Cen re this weekend and teams rom Fort Macleod, P i n c h e r Creek and the Crowsnest Past awns will take part, St. Joseph the Worker couB cil will host the event. Mass is set for 7 p.m. Sat urday at St. Alines Church and a community supper for in Jie Coleman Catholic Hall. Bottorf named CRANBROOK (Special) Absence through illness cit; administrator, treasurer am city clerk Bland Hoover sine early March has resulted in ap pointment by city council :ity deputy treasurer Dary Bottorf as acting administrator The administrator office take, precedence over all others. A A. Wray continues as deput city clerk. Oppose transfer CRANBROOK Tha Cranbrook Farmers Inst tute has gone on record as o; posing the transfer of the Ko lenay region Fish and Wildli: biologist to West Kootenay. President Mrs. Don Umvi was instructed to inform Hon Ken Keirnan, mmister of rec reation and conservation, tha Bast Kootenay rancliers con sider it essential this importai technological sendee be retair ed in East principa game area of the region wher an excellent practical unde standing has been establishec with regard to acceptab shared-range use by domesti and game animals. EXTINGUISHED STIRLING (HNS) Fir Chief Boyd Hirsche 6 ays fir extmguishers are on sale at th fire hall. He recommends thes for use in homes, garages trucks. They can be recharge with the dry chemical at tl hall. Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Verndn Dccoux, Resident Phone 562-2149 relocate and line (eral 1, total 1973 improve and line East rsefly main lateral. ncrete lining lateral G, F.ast irnwcll relocate and IB lateral 3, East Horsefly, concrete lining lateral total 1974 line Big Bend main nal concrete lining tcral 10, relocate and ne part lateral El, mcrete lining part lateral 5, ast Horsefly, total, 1975 Improve and line part incaslle NE canal, increto lining part lateral 2, est Barmvell, im- rove and line part lateral 2, incastle NE, concrete ning part lateral 13, tal 197S line part laterals 6 nd 7. Barnwell, line art lateral 7, concrete ning part lateral 20, iprove and concrete lining irl lateral E, Big Bend, 30; concrete lining part aterals A and B, Cranford, total Total projected fire year osls, The proposals will be consid red at (he water users annual leeting March 23 al Ihe Royal ;anadian Legion Hall here. These Are Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Yeyr Area 6RANUM MRS. to, KltKR Dsltwfy GRASSY LAKE MRS. MARY TURNBULl Sensral Dslrvory PICTURE BUTTE S. r. JOHNSON...................... Dsl. RAYMOND MRS. OEUA WOOLF................ Gun. Bel. TURIN Mn, Pjulin Itihar................phom 738.4374 Contact psophi for your Dlilrlet Hswj er Ctowlflod The I-'inc'ncr Creek bull sale committee will accept only rcg- slcrctl hulls born in 1970, (or .lie annual sale March 25. Tlic Pinchcr Creek Cattle Breeders Association made Ilia decision at a special meeting. All bulls entered in Ihe salo must be al the Community Auction Sales Yards by 10 a.m. for the start of Ihe sale set for 1 p.m. Jim Forsythe of Crossfield select bulls lor salt on tho sellers' ranch to assure top quality range bulls in proper condition. Mr. Forsythe is official selec- tor for the Alberta Aberdeen Angus and the Alberta Here- ford Associations. Mortli 21, 1572 TH! IfTHBRIOOB HFRAIO 3 Oldtimers to gather March 23 B LAI KM pin; (C'XP Bureau) A special meeting will bo held in UM Floman Catholic Parish Hal] here at 3 p.m. Thursday, March 23, to organ- ize a Blairmore senior citizens group. The preventive social servica organization recently dispatch- ed letters lo all senior citizens here to find out if there is in- terest in creating such a group. All Ecnior citizens living in Blairmere or Frank may at- tend the meeting and bring a friend. Information can be obtained by phoning the preventive so- cial service office at 562-2331. Complex set NATAL (HNS) DisWcl of Sparwood council will make an all-out effort to complete as much of the recreation com plea as possible prior to Maj 31, deadline for the local ini tiatives grants program. The maximum price ha been fixed al and i subject lo 11) e, acceptance o f Vanir Building Sales Ltd. of Calgary. .lean Swilrart Tholo. KECEIYES PLAQUE Fort Macleod Brown Owl Mrs. Isohcl Scliwimll re- ceives a plaqae engraved "to Brown Owl in appreciation for the many hours spent with Irom Brownie Dar- lene Collar. _ Breaks arm J5 DOGS STIRLING (HNS) At pres- ent there are 76 dogs in the village with only 40 being li- censed, fines are now being is- sued to owners contravening this law. Catholic women gather April 26 MAGKATH (HNS) St. Jo- seph's C a t h o 1 ic Women's League held its March meeting at the Mrs. Keith Sabcy res- idence. A Calgary Power blender demonstration will be held April 13. Red Cross kits were distrib- uted for Ihe March campaign. Mrs. Louis Triscli snd Mrs. Ray will be conveners for the mectmg April 26. May CWL convention pie.st be Mrs. Eugene Stanrk will accompany president Mrs. Dennis Arndt to Ctlgary. Women donated 60 cents each to the peace and develop-1 mcnt program of bay-1 ing lunch. i Mrs. Louis Triscli offered to; purchase Easter flowers. A film, tlie Four Basic Reli- W2S shown by Rev. sidy. MAGRATH (HNS) Water flooding over the highway three mites west of Magraih apparently contributed to a collision. Fern Selby of Cardston had her arm broken when her was obscured by splashing Khinakl Tlmr. also of Carrl- was the driver of the oth- er vehicle involved. Goodveur introduces the steel belted tire. Steel belts far entro strenpth. No doubt about makes the best belt. And now Goodysar makes a tire with two steel belts under Hie tread. The Custom Power Cushion Polysteel. It's another Goodyear "first" and it sets a new standard in tire reliability and valuo. Here's why steel is better. Of all belting material, steel has the highest modulus rating. Modulus is a measure of ths resistance to stretch of the higher the modulus the less it stretches for a given load. This is particularly important for the reinforcement used in belts. As a result, steel belted tires last longer, have minimum rolling resistance for greater fuel economy. Steel belts provide the highest cornering stiffness for maximum control and their mechanical fabric unaffected by moisture. In recent tests, steel has out-performed other belting materials by up to impact resistance and provided 20% more mile- age or better. Polyester card far smaath ride. Underneath the steel belts are four full plies of Polyester cord to soak up the shocks. Polyester can sustain the flexing, jolting and bumping of the hardest driving. So in addition to the strength of steel, you get a smooth, safe, comfortable Polyester ride, Goodyear Is always looking for belter ways to get you whars you're going. Fofysteel la one more reason why more people ride on Goodyear tires then on any other kind. WE 60ODVEAS TIBE RU8BEB COMPAJW OP CANADA, UMHEO, TORONTO 14, OMT.