Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 27, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
10 THE HTNBRIOGt tlERAlD Monifoy, Morcti 17. 1972 Tanner plan heard at Magrath terra PINCHKK CKKFK iSpi- Relative to ;i reivm sunvs report iii comicctijii with uii npproMtnnte surplus en- joyed by vSt. Vincent's in 1971, it has been revealed [his figure must fcc as "working capital." It cannot be used to ispcinto Crowsnest patient facilities through pnr 'fry hcspilal had ;i bank bal- chasc of additional equipment, auto cf at Dec. 31, 1971, The hospital ended the year sluiuld be added an with a surplus of from amounl of owed by the novcrntnnu ,Mch ,hen receiv-1 purchase of equipment. This' wi vmM lcave thc leaves tlie net capita! a working capital of surplus pf 1960. Fly M1I.UIIKD IIAllKF.il News Service MAGHATH Mayor Pin- ITC Tanner has oiillinMl a jioiicy to have closer relations will) (he Cardslon SID in mak- ing improvements that will benefit (tie whole area. At Ma- srath's iinmial tov.-n meeting 30 :cd with a surplus it wwtlil' citizens heard liis report, likely liave had to ;i.sk hr K. Brown, chairman, call- iLsition from the kmn. the; cd Mark Wood of Cardston to municipal district ami the- Vil-rRive the auditor's report. lie bge of Cou'ley in tlie cm tout' slated it v.as enjoyable to audit year. the books as there were no sig- Thc hospital is not errors. It is commend- August-December semester shopping probed by County 26 Z i CT' .ft. i- centre set COLEJIAN N. C. Ferrier, president of Delos Developers i made in the schcol year but not as recommended by Ihe com- mittee appointed by the county school committee. This was brought out at c meeting attended by peo- ple. It was held hi the Kate Andrews High School. COALDALE (HNS) Peo- Dec. 22 for the fall pie in tile south half of Ihc j rnd from Jan, 15 to June 15 for County of I.-ethbridge would I the sprim; semester. like to have some- changes Ltd., has announced his firm has obtained all tlie necessary clearances to commence con- struction of the Crowsnest Shopping Centre here. The complex will contain about 27.000 square feet of re- fail shopping space, profession- al and service offices anil a ser- vice stalion. General contractors will be BennetL and White Alberta (1963) Ltd. Dclose Developers Ltd., was formed last year to create de- velopment projects in the nu'al areas of Alberta. only and 31) per cent of (tlie other 50 pet cent being debited lo the hospital) per year to purchase end medical, surgical and C'fii-ee equipment, Iccol do- nations of money to acquire needed equipment allows the hospital lo progress ar.ci pro- it will be up to thc scliool I vide better services on behalf i -'-'of patients. committee to decide what cH if wil, YlK applrent- ,v gearcd o[ thc senior liiah school student High fclwnls in the now have th-> semester break at the end of January Library report by Mrs. Glen Ifolman showed a circulation of from last year. A total of 415 new books pur- chased. Mrs. Holman acknow- ledged gifts of hooks as a worth- while way to remember loved ones and help thc library grow. Councillor Ray Barker stated RCMP seivices are free to Ma- firath because the population Study committee members j od Ml minutes, are R. W. Pspwortli, farmer, According lo the school act the minimum number of teach- ing hi the fiscal year ended Dec. i is under A new 1mb sys- 31, 1071, the hospital's cc3l cfjtem of policing is advocated operation was 550D.1W. Of tliis: hut town council wants the pol- n mount, salaries for (13 full-; ice and barracks left at iMa- thne find nine pari-timc staff; grath as this is central for members accounted f o r j the district the RCMP serves. 1SQ- Fire insurance has increased I ijccausu fire1: equipment is dnss i four. I Couticil will cndcavur lo mist1 (lie ca t egory v; i t h a nc wer tmc.'k-piinipui'. Mr. IlarkcT ;tso reported ir- rigation tias improved since pumps v.crc installed on the main dit'Ji a few yem-s Covering the ditch has improv- ed rorul coniilions. John Moin'.s .sug- gested a ino'ion to luivo a com- mittee (if three ciiizens lo get letters and n petition sen! to the attorney general to keep thc police here rather than have the hub system from Lcth- bridgc. Kayniond citizens have en- dorsed this idea. Charles Mat- kin chairman of thc committee. II. Kceler called for a resoluiion in of keeping the IICMP barrat'ks here. Publie works outlined by councilman John Brunner. New sewage treatment is imminent as a lagoon-type will he .started this summer. Sower Jim's have licen ex- tended hut are owned by Ibe (own, not by private citizens. This point clarified so oth- ers could join Oiied roads will he continued close to Main St. Drainage will still be improved as this is a problem in maintaining roads. A trailer court is being consid- ered as (here have been several inqmVies. The ecology program carried out with an Opportunities for V o u t h gra.it last summer proved valuable in the clean-up and beautification of the swim- ming pool grounds and psirks. Recommendation was made tluit weed control Saws be en- forced and mowing done where spraying is not desirable. Plans for tree planting on the east side of the cemetery were given by John Moors. Citizens have requested some method of watering shrubs and flowers as council feels it not feasible to have a sprinkler system. The old tank has been the target of vandalism. Investigation was suggested. Civic Building grounds were, landscaped and shrubs and trees planted on boulevards. Thc Arts and Crafts Building was maintained and new storm doors installed. Turin; Jim Nicol, farme.r. Coal burst; and Mrs. Paul Goktade, ing days must be 180 and thc Xobleford. maximum 2CO. Now it is close Tlie five teacher represents- to 200 and in the proposed N7. G. Terrier stated the rural j lives are Herman Com, princi-1 year it would be about 180. and farming areas of Alberta j pal _High_ School; The county school committee have been left to stagnate too long. Unfortunately, he says, most development companies and mortgage or financial institu- tions balk at any form of in- vestment in other than a "safe" area. The Crowsnest Shopping Cen- tre will cost in excess of 000. Paul Goldade, principal of Xo- policy is for a five-credit sub- ble Central School; George Hanna, principal Picture hieh school stu- dents shall receive J20 hours of truction. Elementary school dfiys are to be 300 minutes and junior and senior high, 320 min- Butte High School; Aldo Bi- anchini, principal of Dorothy Daglicsh Elementary School and Harold Hnntrods, princi- pal of Kate Andrews High Mr. Hanna said the modifies- lions would hsve the semester The proposed modified' break coincide so school year is from Aug. 16 to lals could be written before i y I Christmas and graduates could go on to post-secondary schrols of learning in January'. The farmers in the audience wanted their voice to be heard. They said the presentation was geared for vacation times, the teachers and the Grade 12 graduates supposedly all going to university or college. 402 5th St. South PHONE 328-7503 AFTER HOURS 328-2855 OUT OF CAU COllECT 1 ROLL ONLY 100% NYLON SHAG Blue Green KITCHEN KARPET MULTI-COLOURED IOW LEVEL LOOP FREE HOME SERVICE NO OBLIGATION GUARANTEED WORKMANSHIP Use Your Chanjex Card Import lires not included in Ihis FIRST TIRE IIST PRICE SECOND TIRE ALL PASSENGER, TRUCK and TRACTOR TIRES ON SALE! DROP IN AND COMPARE FREE MOUNTING -EXAMPIE- F7SxI< PLY FIEETWOOD TUSELESS NYLON PASSENGER TIRE TIRE MART LTD. 1902 2nd S. PHONE 327-3580 "WE KNOWINGLY UNDERSELL" Farmers said this was not the case. Farm children assisted on farms. Farmers were not all ?blc [o take holidays in De- cember and Jamiarv. "very few are able to do this." The responsibility of chores is year- round. One main reason was to al- j low teachers wishing to enter i colleges in the northern U.S. states for thc summer months without hainng to be released from teaching here two weeks early. ff school closing here would coincide with the I, eth bridge schools the students here would have the same job opportuni- ties, it was stated. Some thoutrhl it was bslter lo attend school to thc end of June rather than mid-August, weath- er-wise, at leas'. Division 6 loses out TABER (HNS) _ Equalized assessments as reported by the Assessment Equalization Board have aided the Taher Roman Catholic separate school dis- trict by S-W.liO, hurt the Taber school division by as compared with the previous 5'car. S-parato school district as- sessments are last year) for the Town of Taber, and 590) for Ihc Taber MD fo- a total of Assessments for the Taller school division arc for (he town and for MD for a total of HO Tito town's total asscFf-ment !s 53.623.410 for 1972 3S com- parer! with last year, and the MD's figures are Total assessments on which school foundation and supple- mental requisitions are based arc for 1972. a de- crease of SIS.450 from last i year. i 'Hunger thon' XATAI, rirxsi _ At the r" cent meeting of thc hoard of the Fcrnio school district a delega- tion of Grade 2 pupils from the i .Vparwocd Secondary School ap-; pcared before trustees to re- I quest the use of school facili- i tics April 28 to 30 for a "hungerthon." The group hopes to hold a "hungcrthon" to raise funds for future p.ctivi-' tics and for the Spar wood rcc-1 rcatioa complex. 12 VOLT 50 AMPS. 24 Monlh Wortoiity 6 VOIT 115 AMPS. 36 Monlh Warrunly 12 VOIT 70 AMPS. 36 Monlh Wmronty 12 VOLT 110 AMPS. 60 Month Warranty "NO SALES TAX" IN THE PRICES FARM SPECIAL IETHBRIDGE BATTERY CO. 217 12 SI. -B South Distributor of HART GLOEELITE DEICO Phone 327-5587 That WASHER -You didn't trade-in Those FANS -Your Air Conditioner displaced The BICYCLE -the boy outgrew Those STORM WINDOWS -You replaced with new ones The BASSINET -You won't need anymore Look Around! List any in-the-way items you have and turn them into cash With a Lethbridge Herald AD! IALL 328-4411 ANYTIME Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday 8 a.m. to p.m. te Letkbrtdge Herald CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT.