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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thursday, Moy IB, 1972 LEIHCKIDGE HERAtD 21 Child Clinics Pythiam honor member Tax rate; dips by one mill at Nobidonl 1 NOBLEFOHD council of the Village of Noble- 1 ford set the total tax levy for i 1972 at 71 mills. j It is a one-mill drop. j Distribution is as follows: 27.9 I 1 mills or to the founda-; club, the village will spend S3.-! B44. This amount also includes j Ihc repaying of the tennis courts, alt hough the exact j amount has not yet been deter-; mined. j Foreman, John Warmink re- COALDALE Tho Barons- Eureka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pre- school clinics: I'ICTUllE IIUTTE: Tuesday, May 23, in the Picture Butte lion program, down ?313; tho i ported 200 new trees have been COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) county of Lethbridge, SI planted along Railway Ave. Ho Mrs. Alma Roughead received up jggj lm a tolai ]evy Awards also reported the new cold wa- educalion, up ter coin operated meter has Other requisitions arc: i been installed. A quarter will towards hospital and down and municipal, SIC.. 891, up The fire department will re- ceive a budget of a bouquel of flowers as a Moll] er's Day gift from the Progres- sive Temple, Pythian Sisters. Each year they choose a member for this honor. They made plans for the an- nual tea and bake sale. It will GOLDEN WEDDING Mr. and Mrs. Wes Thomas of Plncher Creek were honored recently by friends and fam- ily on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary. Couple marks anniversary APPOINTMENT KARL WILDE has been appointed as Sales Representative for took Mo- bile Homes of Coalhurst. With extensive experience in the Mobile Home Industry, Karl is well known through- out Southern Alberto, and will be pleased to help you with your mobile home re- quirements. High School from 111 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABEK: Tuesday, May 23, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. i NOBLEFORD: Wednesday, May 24, in the school from to p.m. VAUXIIALL: a y, May 24, in the elementary school from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. COALDALE: Thursday, May 25, in the Health Unit Office (upstairs in the Town Office Building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, May 25, in the Health Unit Office in the Administration Building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 p.m. BARONS: Friday, May 26, in the school from to p.m. For social service appoint- PINCHER CREEK (Special) tdePhone -Coaidalc and Mrs. Wes Thomas recently celebrated their Gol- be held in t'te Coleman Miner's Union Hall from 2 to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 27. The event will feature a white elephant sale. The streets and roads budget is set at and sidewalks and gutters have a allot- ment. For parks, rinks and tennis purchase 150 gallons. The stand collected SIM in April. Mr. Warmink also reported Ihe amount of water used con- tinues to increase as gallons were used during April, up gallons from one year ago. The lab report specified Ihe quality of water used by local residents continue1-' tn be satis- factory. Lots li anl 7 in block 4, plan 330IJ JK have been sold. The homeowner's tax discount of will be allowed again in 1972 on current taxes and a fur- ther on behalf of ratepayers qualifying for tho federal guar- anteed income supplement. Council again discussed thi? possibility of buying a steel building adjacent to the offire on main street hut no decision was reached. Further land purchases will he made from Gerald Noble and Shirley Noble, lor annexa- tion ir.to the village, for resi- dential lots. A note to ratepayers is that five per cent is still available on current taxes. "CKi i dies man. cram i I STARWOOD (HNS) mil Hruhcs, 39, ol Ilillcrest, was killed when hi.s car went off ro: :1 Siarwood Bridge late Tuesday night. There was a passenger in hil ear, bill he was not injured. mtlVK SUCCEEDS MILK UIVEIt The Cancer Crusade was very successful this year. II passed the objec- live of 5350 and realized says Mrs. Alice Cody, chair- man. den Wedding Day in the Angli- can Hall here. Tile Thomas family took up homesteading in the Fishburn district in In 1922 Mr. Thomas married the former Dora Vance whose j parents homesteadcd in the Robert Kerr district in 1901. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas farmed 3388; and Taber 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medi- cal officer of health, urges par- ents to ensure their children are fully protected against conta- gious disease and tooth decay. Mrs. Harbers Mr and Mrs. Thomas farmed i j in the Utopia district until their I fj f QTOUD retirement to Pincher Creek in I parents 1964. They have six children, Mrs. Bob (Bessie) Halton, Mrs. Jean Cleland, Mrs. Shirley Mitchell, Mrs. Audrey Gross and Mrs. Grace Fitzpatrick, 34 grand- children and nine great grand- children. Seventy four relatives gath- ered for a banquet. It was fol- lowed by a program, dance and open ho'use with friends in the evening Special guests were Rev. and Mrs. K. Jordan; Hev. and Mrs. NOBLEFORD Nobleford Home and School As- socialion has elected Mrs. Hil- gonda Harbers president. Other officers: Mrs. Pat Ime- son, Mrs. Nellie Plomp and Mrs. Betly Stewart. Principal Paul Goldade pre- sided. The annual bake sale will be held May 19 during the track Hufchinson, Edmonton: sister Mrs. Ruth Stuckey. Van- couver, her daughter Alarjorie of San Francisco and her grand- daughter Y v e 11 e and hus- band Ted Swendson of Calgary: another sister Mrs. Hilda Bird and daughter Joan Chadwick of Lashhurn, Sask. a 1 meet. The bake sale will ba GET 2 MUGS REGULAR GET FREE COUPONS ON BOXTOPS OF SPECIALL-Y MARKED held in the art room of Noble Central from 2 to p.m. Mr. Goldade reported on the driver education course. The course has been over-subscrib- ed. He requested ideas from Ihe parents on how he should choose Ihose who will lake ths course. Ideas were presented, and those present decided to wait and see what actually de- velops in the coming school year. Mr. Goldade reported on the special projects and the work experience courses being initi- ated into the high school this coming year. This idea met with enthusiasm. A discussion on the Grade 9 graduation was held and it was decided to go ahead with the proposed ceremonies this year. Since Grade 9 tests will be phased out. completely this com- ing year and the issuing oi Grade 9 diploma will also be discontinued, so will the gradu ation as such. The annual school awards day will be held tentatively with the annual fashion show and drama presentations June 8. Coming school year dates are tentatively Aug. 28, 1972, to Jan. 26. 1873, with the Christ mas holiday season Dec. 23 to Jan. 2. The second semester wil commence Jan. 29, 1973, ending June 15. There will be a fii'e- day Easter holiday period in the second semester. A free treat courlesy of Nalley's and Aids tourists COliTTS (HNS) The Gov- ernment Travel Bureau, tourist infovmavion centre here, will 'open May 20 with four girls in charge. Six ones two times three (SlE 2T3) Make up your own way to remember your Thejl tend it to. your friends. You're milesAahead at ANNIVERSARY PLUS A BIG CHOICE OF DEALS Li DLC-1 00 RETREADS Blackwall with retreadable trade-ins NOWONLY for many models of INSTALLED 6-pSy Nylon TRANSPORT TRUCK TIRES MOUNTING BY THtt SPECIALISTS! 4-ply NYLON CHAMPION FALCON VALIANT CHEVY II VW INSTALLED Stores or participating Dealers Now at these Firestone Ask about our EASY BUDGET TERMS Corner 3rd Ave. and 8th St. S. Phone 327-8548 ;