Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
-Tliimdciy, May 13, 197? THE IETHBRIDOE HERAID 3 ami home for Ihc aged .68 total 85.00 The new millratc is expected to return to civic: coffers a total of including from real property, from business tax, from front- age taxes, and mainte- nance tax. nil of adopted along with the 1972 esti- mates of revenue and expendi- ture by town council. The laxaliop rate on real properly advanced from fj-l to mills on a divided vole, while the business tax rale re- mained a I 23 mills. Council had tentatively ap- proved a budget a week ago based on retaining the 84 mill- ratc and an estimated surplus of just under However, a number of possible expendi- tures were brought to light Which prompted the councillors I I to vote "for a litllc ci'shion lo improve the town's cash posi- tion." Dong Stewart sod Mayor Arthur H. Avcry was the sole opponent lo the in- CRANBROOK (Special) -t Okanagan Koolenay federal onstituency Liberal association has nominated Douglas Stewart. Kimberley lawyer and sitting crease, suggesting that Ihc town membcr foi. 're-election. His can gel by on Ihc 84 mills_with j IlominaUon was unopposed. 700 some careful planning of the This vast 700 mile horse- Tom An- islloc shaped "ding runs from ton told the council that the one mill increase would result in a in taxes on the Oowsnesi, and FlaUiead through Fcrnic, Cranhrook, Kimberley, Upper Columbia to Golden and Utl-lC Jll Ull UJC i TT TI 1 J I, n basis that the average rcsiden- i 'hc B'S tial assessment is about Sicamous and Vernon. As expressed by one member In I960 Mr. Stewart's initial of council, "It is'belter to raise nomination required five bal- the rate by one mill this year, rather than run into trouble and Guest at the convention was have to add three or four mills David Anderson, at present member of Parliament but can- didate for British Columbia Lib- eral leadership at a convention at Fenlicton later tills month. Okanagan Koolenay NDP has already nominated Peter Maksylewich, Vernon contract- or, in a unique ineUiod, progres- sive meetings at key points in the massive constituency where secret ballot of delegates, was taken, and then tallied on com- pletion of the circuit. In 1973, home owners face an added increase in taxation when the general assessment (to he made this year) goes into ef- fect. On the pattern set by council for evaluation of resi- dential properly, of adding per front foot to the present assessment, the average GO foot properly win be taxed an addi- tional M. The distribution of the 85 neat Having a great time? Celebrate with a great wine. Like Mauna Kai. It's an inspired blending of light grape wine with exciting tropical fruit flavours. Serve well chilled. It's so versatile that anytime's a great time for... 'Family living' session tackles money management COALDALE (HNS) "Fam- ily sponsored by Ih2 Coaldale Home ami School and the extension service of the Al- berta department of agricul- ture, will discuss money man-1 agement May 23. i It is held at p.m. in i the KaU; Andrews High School i each Monday. i The final session is slated for June 5. The topic will be After i Fifty, A Good Slice of Life. Guest speakers will be Mr. and .Mrs. A. E. Palmer of Lclh- bridge. The film, Where Mrs. Whal- ley Lives, will be shown. Mrs. Edna Clarke, regional home specialist, Caigary gives the introductory remarks at each session. Band concert Friday COALDALE (HNS) The Picurc Butte High School Band will present a concert for stu- dents in the R. I. Baker School at a.m. Friday. The Baker Brass will join the visiting band in several selec- tions. The Picture Butlc band has 100 musicians while the Baker group has 40. Ross Harvey will conduct Ihe Picture Butte Band and his fa- ther, Clifford Harvey, will di- rect the Baker Brass. Landslide kills 20 BOGOTA (Itcuter) At least 20 persons have died in land- slides and floods caused by riv- ers bursting their banks in northern Colombia, reports reaching here said Tuesday. The floods flattened numerous rural dwellings in the Muzo re- gion some 00 miles north ot Bo- gota. ill ore district pages 21. W, :J1 and THE THRILL THAT COMES ONCE IN A LIFETIME John Korthuis, 14, of Picture Butte, is a happy boy. His parents, tloyd and Grace Korthuis, bought him this 19-year-old mare, Revel Maureen, a registered Welsh Mountain Pony. She presented the boy with this nifty little colt, discovered lying in the grass on a fine sunny morning recently at the farm at Picture Bulte. School days approaching fast for little fellows Croivsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Decoux, Resident Rep., Blairmore Phone 562-2149 PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING O z X FOCUS POINTS "WE CAN'T THINK OF A BETTER TIME" Than holiday lime and thai means this weekend, whether you plan a jaunt to Water-ton to participate drive. Take your camera along. STOCK UP ON Avoid disappoint menf. You don I1 need 1o misj any pictures for any reosonl LET US TEST YOUR AND WHEN THE HOtlDAY IS OVER, BRING US YOUR FILM FOR PROCESSING REPIACEMENT FILM OR 20% DISCOUNT ON B and W OR COLOR PRINT PROCES- SING. J 1224 3rd Avc. S., 327-2673, 327-256S PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING PHOTO FINISHING COALDALE (HNS) James Parks, principal of R. I. Baker School, reported recently a number of interesting and im- portant events are upcoming at his school and other schools here. The kindergarten for the 1972- 3 term beginners will be held at the .John Davidson and R. I. Baker School May 24, 25 and 26. It is (or all public school cliil- drcn who will be six before Feb. 28, 1973, the age limit rcgula- ion in the County of L e t h- bridge. The purpose of (hose classes s to help the youngsters look 'orward to coming hack this 'all inslcad of being afraid of what it will be like. The cross country races have been run by the junior high boys and girls at Baker. For the boys it was 2Vz miles and the girls distance was V? miles. The County of Lethbritlge track meet for all students. Grades 5 to 12, will be held Saurday, May 27, at the Kate Andrews High School. A spring concert wirl be pre- sented at p.m. Tuesday, May 30. in the H. I. Baker j School for the public. Choral groups and the Baker Brass, from the school, will be per- i forming a variety of sclec- (ions. The evenings of Jims 7 and I 3 there will be a drama presen- tation by Murray Robison's McGrath at the Baker scliool. It will be for parents and in- terested public. i Friday, June 16, the Baker Brass will travel to present con- certs at the Readymade, Sunny- side, and Hardieville schools. Friday, June 16 is the date for the final R. I. Baker Junior High Student Union dance. It will take place at the school. The Grades 4 swim program for students in Baker, J o h n j Davidson and St. Joseph's and all other county schools is now in operation. 't The Grade 4 students from j the soulh half are bused to the; Fritz Sick Pool, Lcthbrirlgc, while those in (he north portion of the county go to the Picture Butte swimming pool. A number of social studies and science field trips are planned, reports Mr. Parks. Join in the Fun did the Savings during our CROWN Eight attend NOBLEFORD (HNS) The i monthly meeting of the Noble- ford United Church Women was held in the church basement with eight members attending. Mrs. Isobella Stoller was in! charge of the devotions for the evening. j A report was given on the re. I suits of the rummage sale held in April. A report was made that the mission parcel had been sent to Angola, Africa. Tiio decision lo have a horti- This car is in immaculate condition. Don't miss this chance to save.NOW ONLY drama students and an art dis-1 culture show this summer was play by the students of William I tabled until the next meeting. Castle Wines Limited. These Are The lethitickje Herald COUNTRY MEWS Correspondents in Your Area P.O. Box General Delivery VAUXHAll MRS. PAT POWERS STIRLING RUTH ZAUGG TABER ROSS GIBB P.O. Box 5187 TYRRELL'S LAKE MRS. MARY HAMLING P.O. Box 97, Wrsniham WARNER MRS. PEARl LIEBELT General Delivery Conlncl these tor your District Nowt or Clcmifiod Advertiilng COUTTS HIGHWAY 327-3165 LETKBRIDGE See The Groat Line-Up For Travel '72 Chooso from four models. The distinctively styl- ed and beautifully appointed 25 foot and 22 Fool motor economical to drive Mini- Home or the attractive compact van conversion unit. 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